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The Florida cattleman and livestock journal

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Title:
The Florida cattleman and livestock journal
Abbreviated Title:
Fla. cattlem. livest.
Creator:
Florida State Cattlemen's Association
Florida Cattlemen's Association
Place of Publication:
Kissimmee, Fla
Publisher:
Cody Publications
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Monthly
regular
Language:
English
Edition:
Volume 24, no.4 January 1960
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 30 cm.

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Subjects / Keywords:
Cattle trade -- Periodicals -- Florida ( lcsh )
Cattle -- Periodicals ( lcsh )
Dairying -- Periodicals ( lcsh )
Cattle ( fast )
Cattle trade ( fast )
Dairying ( fast )
Florida ( fast )
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serial ( sobekcm )
periodical ( marc )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began with vol. 8, no. 7 (Apr. 1944).
Numbering Peculiarities:
Vol. 8, nos. 7-11 (Apr.-Aug. 1944) are misprinted v. 7, nos. 7 -11. Vol. 9, no. 2 (Nov. 1944) misprinted as v. 8, no. 2.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Vol. 11, no. 5 (Feb. 1947) misprinted as v. 11, no. 4, but then from v. 11, no. 6 through v. 12, no. 1 the misprint is 2 issues off until it was corrected with v. 12, no. 3 (Dec. 1947), for instance, v. 12, no. 2 is misprinted as v. 11, no. 12.
Numbering Peculiarities:
In January 1974, two issues were published: v. 38, no. 4, and a "progress edition" numbered v. 38, no. 5. That issue throws off the numbering of the issues for the rest of the volume, so v. 38, no. 12 is August instead of September. They fix it by having both the September and October 1974 issues called v. 39, no. 1.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Vol. 52, no. 10 (July 1988) was misprinted as v. 52, no. 11.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Vol. 53, no. 12 to v. 54 no. 8 were misprinted one issue off as v. 53, no. 11 to v. 54, no. 7. This was corrected with v. 54, no. 9 (June 1990).
Issuing Body:
Official publication of: Florida State Cattlemen's Association, <Mar. 1945->; of: Florida Cattlemen's Association, <Oct. 1960->
Funding:
Funded by Project Ceres, a collaboration between the United States Agricultural Information Network (USAIN), the Agriculture Network Information Collaborative (AgNIC) and the Center for Research Libraries (CRL).

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ECA Reports. FLORIDA
THE BIG NEWS from the Florida Cattlemen's Association is CATTLEMEN'S
the effort being made by the Executive Committee to find a suitable full-time executive worker to serve both the ASSOCIATION
Florida Beef Council and the Association. President
J. 0. Pearce, Jr., Okeechobee
[OTHING CAN BE ANNOUNCED, however, at this time, except First Vice President
that several applicants have been interviewed, and every Louis Gilbreath, Ocala
effort is being made to secure a good man as soon as possi- Second Vice Presidents
Lat Turner, Sarasota
ble. After the Executive Committee has agreed on an indi- A. G. Cayson, Blountstown
vidual, and that individual has agreed to accept the job, Secretary
the name will be presented to the Board of Directors for June Gunn, Kissimmee
their approval. Treasurer
R. Elmo Griffin, Kissimmee
COMPANION MATTER-the combining of the Florida Beef Council Honorary Directors
J. F. Sumner, Wimauma
and Florida Cattlemen's Association budgets-will also come J.A. Landrm, Brooksville
before the Board of Directors at the same meeting. This A. C. Wright, Arcadia
Wright Carlton, Fort Pierce
was voted at the Ocala Convention, as a means of simpli- Columbuslfor, keechoee
fying the work of the new executive employee (see editor- S. A Snydert Augustine
ial on page 122). This does not actually change anything W. F. Tilton, San Mateo
J. R. Hendry, Tampa
except the mechanics of bookkeeping, as the beef promotion w. Henry Folks, Dunnellon
money (secured from the 10 cent per head contributions) will Past Presidents
all be spent on beef promotion, though expended through the G. H. Rather, Kissimmee
P. E. Williams, Davenport
FCA treasurer rather than out of a separate account. Irlo Bronson, Kissimmee
Cushman S. Radebaugh, Orlando
Ben Hill Griffin, Jr., Frostproof
ASSOCIATION OFFICERS have spent much time at meetings of Jay B. Starkey, St. Petersburg
B. J. Alderman, Grandin
the Executive Committee. But President J. 0. Pearce, Jr., J.O. Pearce, Jr., Okeechobee
has found time to attend a meeting in Sarasota, one in Alto Adame, Jr., Fort Pierce
Moore Havenand one in his home county of Okeechobee. A Local Associations
three-way conflict (with prior commitment at Moore Haven) Alachua
Baker
on December 5th made it impossible for him to attend the Bradford
Highlands meeting at Sebring, or the Cracker Day at Bunnell, Brevard
both on the same day. Broward
Central Florida
BEEF COUNCIL-Glenn Woodward has been added to the Beef (Lake and Orange)
Charlotte
Council representing the retail meat outlets. He works for Citrus
Winn-Dixie. Elliott Whitehurst, Jr., Ned Folks and Marvin Clay
Kahn have all been appointed as members of the Council, Collier
representing the cattle industry. Ledley Wear of Lakeland Columbia
remains as chairman, and George Young of Belle Glade as DeSoto
vice chairman. Flagler
Gilchrist
CLOSER RELATIONS with the dairymen is expected through the Glades
appointment of a joint committee by the Association and the Hardee
~Hendry Florida Dairy Farmers Federation. Marvin Kahn of Sebring Hernando
and L. H. "Buck" Hawkins of Sarasota will represent FCA, Highlands
while Bill Graham of Hialeah and John Johnston of Kissimmee Hillsborough
will be the FDFF representatives. Many mutual problems in- Indian River
Lafayette
volve both industries and can be handled by this joint Lee
committee. Leon
Manatee
NEW COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS have been made by President Marion
Pearce, in addition to those named above, and can be found Martin
Nassau
elsewhere in this issue. Okeechobee
Osceola
NATIONALLY, work progresses on the effort to secure an Palm Beach
"averaging" of income taxes for agricultural folks. Fluc- Pasco
tuating incomes put ranchers and other farmers at a disad- Pinellas
Polk
vantage, as they may pay a high rate one year, have no in- Putnam
come at all, or a loss, the next year. Due to cyclic fea- Saint Johns
tures, the National Livestock Tax Committee (see article Saint Lucie
on page 22) is seeking a nine-year averaging provision. Sarasota
Seminole
ODDS AND ENDS-Quarterly "cattle on feed' report for south- Sumter
easten sttesVolusia eastern states, including Florida, will start January 1 . Washington
Present price slump is attributed to holidays, end of West Florida
stocker market, primarily. . Imports of "manufacturing (Bay, Calhoun,
Franklin,
meat," mostly lower gradep, is also hurting Florida market Gulf, Liberty)
for these grades . BEST WISHES FROM FCA FOR A PROSPEROUS 1960 .i. .
for January, 1960 3




The Florida
Jan. 8-Fla. Angus Bull Sale ........ Belle Glade
Jan. 7-Pleasant Point Sale ...... Beaufort, S. C.
Jan. 9-Santa Fe Sunshine P.H. Sale.....Alachua
Jan. 11-Todiway Here. Sale... Montgomery, Ala.
Jan. 12-Dixie P. Here. Sale......Valdosta, Ga.
Jan. 14-Millarden Bull Sale.. .. Woodbury, Ga.
Jan. 16-Cock 0O' Walk Dispersal ....McI ntosh VOL. XXIV, NO. 4 Jan. 16-17-SE Quarter Horse Show ........ Ocala
Jan. 19-All-Breed Bull Sale.............. Ocala
Jan. 20-25-SE Fat Stock Show ............. Ocala ROBERT S. ConY Jy 1960 ILLIAM A. GEPHART
Jan. 22-30-South Fla. Fair .... West Palm Beach Editor nuar Executive Editor
Jan. 23-Polk QH Show............... Lakeland
Jan. 25-26-Gr. Atlantic Bull Sale..Richmond, Va. Publisher-Aldus M. Cody. Field Representative-Gary N. Brown. Advertising Manager-Joe Brown.
Jan. 25-30-Manatee County Fair.. .Bradenton Advertising Office-Mrs. Jane Stanko, Mrs. Ruth H. Beers. Circulation-Mrs. Kathryn Eldridge.
Jan. 28-30-Am. National Meet......Dallas, Tex. Address Correspondence to: Box 891, Kissimmee, Florida. Phone TIl Iden 6-7401.
FEBRUARY
Feb. 1-6-SW Fla. Fair ............. Fort Myers
Feb. 2-13-Florida State Fair............T. ampa
Feb. 2-State Fair Youth Dairy Judging .Tampa
Feb. 2-State Fair Barrow Judging ..... Tampa
Feb. 3-State Fair Ayrshire Judging ...... Tampa
Feb. 3-State Fair Swine Judging ....... Tampa General News Reports Regular Departments
Feb. 3-State Fair Holstein Judging. Tampa eral Nws Reports ... Regular partm es . *
Feb. 4-State Fair Jersey Judging ........ Tampa FCA Committees Announced ..... 48B FCA Reports ................... 3
Feb. 4-State Fair Fat Stock Show ........ Tampa Corkscrew Forest Dedicated. 52 Editor's Desk.................. 6
Feb. 4-5-State Fair Guernsey Judging. ....Tamp ...........
Feb. 5-State Fair Barrow Judging .... Tampa Feed Mill Designed for Future.. 90 Latest Statistics ................. 6
Feb. 5-State Fair Fat Stock Sale ....... Tampa Screwworm Regulations Told ..... 94 Now It's History................ 20
Feb. 5-Annual Ayrshire Sale ........... Tampa Production Test Award Offered.. 100 October Milk Production......... 110
Feb. 8-State Fair Youth Beef Judging ...Tampa
Feb. 8-State Fair Shorthorn Judging ... Tampa Shows and Sales... Dairy Newsletter..-. ... ...... .11
Feb. 9-State Fair Angus Judging. .... Tampa .. Livestock Notebook-Cunha .... 114
Feb. 9-State Fair Swine Judging..........Tampa Upcoming Events Listed ......... 24 Kowbelles-Ethel Hales Stancil ... 116
Feb. 9-State Fair Hereford Judging Tampa Shorthorn Winners Listed ........ 30 Veterinary Briefs...............120
Feb. 10-State Fair Charotais Judging.... Tampa Vtrnr res........ 2
Feb. 10-State Fair SG Judging ........ Tampa Competition Keen at Shows...... 32 Diagnostic Lab Report-Sippel .... 121
Feb. 10-Southern Classic ..... Thomasville, Ga. Ocala Bull Sale Slated ........... 34 Editorials .............. 122
Feb. 11-State Fair Brahman Judging ...Tampa Brahman Winners Listed .......48D
Feb. 12-21-San Antonio Show.. San Antonio, Tex. B .... D
Feb. 13-Southern Classic ... Thomasville, Ga. Brooksville to Have Bull Sale ... 73 Dairy Features . .
Feb. 13-14-Circle T Ranch Rodeo .... Indiantown January Hereford Sales Set ...... 74 Dutch Belted Group Meets ....... 110
Feb. 17-21-Kissimmee Show .......... Kissimmee Hereford Winners Listed ......... 76 Military Milk is Topic .......... 112
Feb. 19-21-Silver Spurs Rodeo. ....... Kissimmee
Feb. -20-Torch Here. Salpues ...Rodeo.. hitmire, S. C. Charolais Winners Told......... 84 Distributors Get New Hearing... 113
Feb. 22-27-Central Fla. Fair ........... Orlando Angus to Sell at Belle Glade ...... 92 Jax Dairy Results Listed......... 115
Feb. 24-Johnson Angus Sale ....... Sardis, Miss. Angus Winners Listed .......... 97A
Feb. 24-Ala. P. Here. Sale .... Birmingham, Ala. Live Oak Has Swine Show.......103 Breed Information...
Feb. 24-Am. Int. Charolais Sale. Houston, Tex. He Oak Has Swine Show ........ 15
Feb. 24-27-Pasco County Fair ........ Dade City Hereford Directors Meet ......... 50
Feb. 25-28-Orange Bowl Rodeo........... Miami Horse Activities..
Feb. 26-Askew Charolais Sale... Richmond, Tex. Cracker Day Draws Crowd ....... 104 Special Articles ...
Carter Is Champ Cowboy ......105 Tax Inequities Discussed ........ 22
MARCH TV Star to Boost Rodeo ......... 106 Cow Shows-M. Koger, J. Hentges. 27A
March-Fla. Here. Sale ................. Webster Ponce de Leon Opens ............ 107 Brangus Story -Jesse Dowdy ..... 28
Mar. 5-Circle A Here. Sale .. Sandersville, Ga. QH Shows Are Scheduled........ 108 Livestock Outlook-T. J. Cunha .48A
Mar. 11-14-Nat'l Brah. Show Baton Rouge, La. H.
Mar. 14-18-Sarasota County Fair ....... Sarasota Santa Gertrudis Features... Charolais.Charbray Features...
APRIL SG Breeders Listed ............. 39 Breeders Are Listed ............. 79
Apr. 4-6-Sundown Dispersal .Gaithersburg, Md. Hopson Is Elected President......40 Florida Ranks High-McIntyre.... 81
Apr. 11-Holly Spring Dispersal...Covington, Ga. SE Growing-Jim Compton ....... 43 Charolais to Sell in Houston...... 83
April 21-23-UF Beef Short Course.... Gainesville Lackey Explains SG Species ..... 45 Charbray Fast Gainers-Arrigo .... 85
Apr. 30-Treasure Acres Angus.... Blairsburg, Ia. Herd Locations Are Listed ....... 46 Herd Locations Are Listed ...... 86
MAY
May 11-13-Angus Confer... College Station, Tex. The Cover for January 1960
May 23-Mountain Laurel Sale .... Cleveland, Ga. T
May 28-Sugar Loaf Cow Sale......Staunton, Va. RANEY NUNEZ interprets what Emil Maurice has just described about this K Bar
Ranch Charolais bull to Eastern Charolais Association members during their meeting
at Rainbow Springs in October. Maurice is president of the French Charolais Herd
Service Issues of Book, official Charolais association in that country.
The Florida Cattleman
for 1960-61 O F F I C I A L PUBLICATION
Florida Cattlemen's Association, J. O. Pearce, Jr., President, Okeechobee Florida Swine Producers February .......... Florida Horses Association, George E. Dryden, President, Marianna Florida Dairy Farmers' Federation, Elbert CamMarch Brahmans mack, President, Geneva Eastern Brahman Association, G. T. Stack, President, Tampa
a a.nsEastern States Brangus Association, Frank Smith Secretary, Sarasota Florida Hereford AssoclaMay ................... Forestry tion, Inc., John R. Culbreath, President, Brooksville Florida Aberdeen-Angus Association, Walter R.
June ............. Better Pastures Williams, President, Lakeland Florida Quarter Horse Association, Drew Massee, President, Polk CitY
July ... Better Bulls Florida Santa Gertrudis Association, H. C. Hopson, President, Leesburg Florida Shorthorn Breed............... ers' Association, Mark Saunders, President. Lloyd Florida Meat Packers Association, Ralph Gee,
August ............... Marketing President, Orlando e Eastern Charolais & Charbray Association, H. C. Douglas, President, Zephyrhills
September ............. Shorthorn Florida Beef Council, Ledley Wear, President, Lakeland.
October ................ Herefords Published monthly by Cody Publications, Inc., at 10 Verona Street, Kissimmee, Florida. Subscription prit
November ....... Aberdeen-Angus $2.00, 1 year; $3.00, 2 years; $4.00, 3 years; $5.00, 4 years. Entered as second class matter March 15, 19417,
December............Equipment at the postoffice at Kissimmee under the Act of March 3, 1879. Aldus M. Cody, President, Robert S. Cody,
December ............ Equipment Vice President, Dorothy G. Cody, Secretary-Treasurer. Cody Publications, Inc., operates The Cattleman
January ........ American Breeds Press, and the Florida Livestock News Service. Advertising rates covered in Rate Card No. 23, based
on the open rate of $189 per page per month, with certain discounts for consistency. Rate Card mailed THE FLORIDA DAIRYon request. Closi ng date 10th of preceding month; in circulation ED
THE FLORIDA DAIRY FARMIER 25th .of preceding month. Member Florida Press Association,
will appear in The Cattleman for American Agricultural Editors' Association, Florida Printers & /
APRIL, JUNE, SEPTEMBER, Associates, Printing Industry of America, Florida Association of q/r lL
DEC EMBE B Magazine Publishers, Audit Bureau of Circulations. Advertising !11/
DECEMBER J Representatives: East-Walter C. Elly, 70 E. 45th St., New York
"__ __ _ _., 17; Midwest-Frank W. Finn & Associates, 139 N. Clark St., C aI
4 0T d Chicago. Catlei
The Florida Cattlemall




Selling 15 Bulls at the Ocala Bull
Sale January 19!
Selling 17 Bulls at the Florida Angus
Bull Sale in Belle Glade
January 8!
AllAcc/mated, Semen estecl &ofSevice Age
Meanwhile, back at the ranch...
We Have 50 Cows For Sale
All are registered Angus, safe in calf or with calf at side, some will be rebred
R. W. & E. B. MATLACK, OWNERS Loxahatchee, Florida
Scott L. French, General Manager, Phone West Palm Beach OVerland 3-2944
Wallace A. Griffey, Cattle Superintendent Raleigh E. Pickels, Show Herdsman




For Harvesting Work withMinor Elements,
"Frits", Progressing
Gainesville
and Conditioning ... I am entirely agreeable to (allowing
Ferro Corporation to make reprints of my article on frits and minor elements).
Hay! We are getting some good data on
minors and clover varieties at the Suwannee Valley Experiment Station. Although L NE L we have last year's yields worked up, we
L U NL do wish to confirm the boron response by
some chemical data now in progress.
PIONEERED THE HARVESTING Since we had regarded this as one of
OF HEAVY FLORIDA GRASS the poorest soils in the state, it was
AND FORAGE surprising to be getting excellent yields.
Also, Ladino, White Dutch and Nolin's TALL ... in the saddle (at age 74) is FOR MAKING HAY! Improved persisted over the summer des- R. D. Keene of Winter Garden, shown
pite the absence of any rain over a four- here in a professional photo astride his week period from late July to late August. TennesseeWalker.
. I believe we will eventually be able to
keep clover 12 months a year on nearly interested in copies of this article about all of our pastures should we wish to do minor elements "frits" can obtain them so. It may take some doing from a through Cummer Lime and Manufacturmanagement standpoint, but I do think ing Company, Ocala. the fertilization program with Louisiana S-1 can be recommended for such survival. Feeding Possibilities in
John G. A. Fiskell Florida Asked by Indianan
Asso. Biochemist, U. of F. Middlebury, Indiana
Reprints mentioned are of an article by PLEASE SEND a one year subscription Dr. Fiskell which appeared in THE We are investigating possibilities in
CATTLEMAN a year and a half ago. Anyone Florida for cattle feeding, so any other
A LUNDELL cuts millet at T. G. Lee Dairy, Orlando. Latest Statistics
The Lundell Slaughter and Average Weight (USDA) ...
Cattle Calves Swine Sheep
HEAVY-DUTY OFFSET CHOPPER M Head Lbs. M Head Lbs. M Head Lbs. M Head Lbs.
SELLS FULLY ASSEMBLED AND October 1959 (Fla.) 23.4 843 13.4 242 50.5 209 .9 75
DELIVERED ANYWHERE IN FLORIDA October 1958 (Fla.) 31.5 819 15.7 270 50.5 242 1.3 60
October 1959 (U.S.) 2088.6 1002 746.4 216 7845.9 233 1373.8 97 Complete with grass head and used tires. October 1958 (U. S.) 2182.0 995 875.7 209 6978.5 231 1302.2 96
ALSO: All-Star Wagon Hoist, 10,000-pound Slaughter Under State Inspection, Head (FLB) capacity, $85 including freight; Model B-20 StH Wagon Hoist, H. D., 11,000-pound capacity, Cattle Calves Swine
$125 including freight. November 1959 12,899 7,557 52,378
November 1958 13,519 5,398 42,536
Remember Slaughter and [eat Production by Classes (USDA) ...
Thousands Millions Thousands Millions Thousands Millions The Heavy-Duty Year Cattle Lbs. Beef Calves Lbs. Veal Swine Lbs. Pork
1900 5,628 397 6,329
LUNDELL Offset Chopper 1910 6,647 667 6,087
1920 6,306 842 7,648
Was Made Especially for Florida 1930 5,917 792 8,482
1940 14,958 7,175 9,089 981 77,610 10,044
Forage Conditions! 1950 18,614 9,534 10,501 1,230 79,263 10,714
1958 24,396 13,600 9,752 1,150 77,339 11,700
Livestock Prices Per Hundred (USDA) ...
Cattle Calves Swine
Florida, November 15, 1959 $17.40 $18.90 $13.00
DISTRIBUTING COMPANY Florida, October 15, 1959 17.80 21.70 12.00
Florida, November 15, 1958 19.00 23.10 18.80
R. Lee Graves, Owner, Box 708, Ph. TI 7-2123 U. S., November 15, 1959 20.00 23.90 12.20
KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA Cattle and Calves on Feed by Weight (USDA) ...
Under 500 500-699 700-899 Over 900
We Stock a Full Line of Parts October 1, 1958 223,000 551,000 1,395,000 1,817,000
At Our Kissimmee Warehouse July 1, 1959 155,000 906,000 2,346,000 1,720,000
October 1, 1959 309,000 803,000 1,600,000 2,054,000
6 The Florida Cattlean




SFR LARRYETTA 19. A top heifer by CMR Larryleer 2 SFR MISCHIEF LADY 43. A choice CMR Misch. Dom.
and out of a Victor Domino dam. Bred to CMR 96 daughter out of a Vagabond Woodford dam that
has been a great producer for us. Bred June 22, 1959. Superol 20, July 12, 1959. to CMR SUPEROL 20.
FINAL CALL TO ATTEND
Santa Fe River Ranch's
JANUARY 9 ALACHUA, FLA.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Davis, Owners W. F. Snead, Manager-Phone HOward 2-2453
RANCH LOCATED 9 MILES NORTH OF ALACHUA, FLA., OFF U.S. 441 Sale Starts at 1:00 P. M
Auctioneers: JEWETT FULKERSON AND A. W. HAMILTON
Presenting Our Best Offering In History!
10 BULLS 40 FEMALES
Write
For
Sale
Catalogs
AAk4
SFR MISCHIEF DOMINO 42. A deep, thick rear ended SFR DOMINO MISCHIEF. A great bull individually,
andby CMR Mischief Dom. 96, with a world of herd with a pedigree that is incomparable. He is double
quality and a great pedigree bred CMR Rollo Dom. 12 and CM u Larry Domino 21.




No danger of killing your cattle! No costly set-backs due K< <
to shock! Not a systemic! Rotenox kills cold-blooded stock-pests with amazing "paralytic action". Non-toxic to warm-blooded humans and animals. It's the "Safety
First" livestock spray!1
'KILLS CATTLE GRUB,
Lice, Ticks, and Mange!
Nothing else like it I Rotenox penetrates tiny T grub breathing holes to kill cattle grub before they mature, before they do their great FLIPPER . on end of baler sends er*** damage. Literally disintegrates them! Knocks hay through the air into wagon, in this
'sprer, model by New Holland.
" lice, ticks and mange mites in the same effi- model by New Holland.
cient way. Apply as a spray, dip or wash. High pressure not necessary, publications you could suggest would be
. welcomed (and suggestions also). Als
-R.SPRAY the best locations. At present we use a
.,.. Dilution Harvestore (sealed silo) as feed storage
Could sugar cane or other Florida forage OILER be a suitable feed for such a program?
Dilution Ernest G. Lehman
Ito 20 We've advised Mr. Lehman: (1) that the
feedlot industry is growing in Florida,
O M YOUR CATTLE and that this is partially due to use of
WORM home-grown feeds, such as pulp and
/=Eb p citrus and cane molasses, partly to th
price differential; (2) that Gadsden, Jack T H IWS son, Alachua, Marion, Levy, Hillsbor
No more drenching, osguns Sprinkle ough Counties, and the Glades area, are
flavorized Pheno-Sweet Granules on top of the the main fattening areas now; (3) that
favorized Pl e wit hout hesitation. Readily F. S. Baker at the North Florida Exfe.Aials eat ti dosge. Money-back
cofeed. Anima e a tte tc dosage Money-back periment Station, Quincy, should have
consume a u teapu experimental information on drylot feedguarantee! ing.
Development Commission Writer Liked the December Issue
VITA-IOTI*Tallahasse I TheDrin ITHng WateOuR cor~ of THE CATTLEMAN camil
. i4For The Drinking Water yesterday, and I thought the Decembe
Health builder Stress stopper! Specic treaissue was unusually fine-with or without
-d, for bacterial calf scour stop, enter Specif ic treatment the feedlot story from W. M. Inman,
Sn i ysentershi. s in swi ne (Necro), which I was very proud to have helpe
[ v~~~Bue Comb. Broad" t,,. eCRD ncik)
ci ombn B oderpectrum co RD n ch cken, with ... Please send me two extra copies
cln + Streptomycin Vitamins nation of Peni- if convenient.
Paul Smith, Ag Writer
Florida State News Bureau
TMr. Smith attended the Florida Cattle men's Association convention at Silver S U EP E R D I VESprings, getting background material for
e i A miated I Highest ) .articles on the industry which the Deve
hl Palatable! Readily assimilated Highest o-i lopment Commission is providing under
Hinge clyontent ofe. yh eeu ullirg the new state advertising program.
eidd" orcts IodieDfcinis n ietc
iodde resutn Gter (Big Neck). Treatment for atnd desu rtGoit ( i gue). Widely used, Bryant Pearce Reports on
Actinomycosis (Wooden Ton t South American Trip
highly effective Foot Rot treatment.QutaGog Quitman, Georgia
IT WAS Mrs. Pearce's and my pleasure an At Your Veterinary Supply Deaer privilege to be members of the group 0
At Your Veterinar y Supp y DeaerI Georgia cattlemen making a tripthroui
eight of the South American countries For Complete Catalog of Farnam Products Write- At each of the capitals, we were enter FARNAM tained by the local cattlemen's associ
SCI O A tion, and met many of the members a
8 The Florida Cattlen"




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Franklin Penicillin in Oil
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For use in infections of the uterus associated with retained Solution
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afterbirth Infectious Scour Boluses
Mixed Bacterin Bovine
For Systemic Infections! Very useful for facilitating MidBFo cterin Bovine
delivery in positioning feet and C-D-M Solution
Your best combination treatment is Franklin Tri-Sulfa and head,often sufficient for normal delivery (for Milk Fever)
Franklin Penicillin-Dihydrostreptomycin Solution, giving max- without force. $3.50, postage extra. Tri-Sulfa Solution and Boluses
-Dihdrotretomcin oluion giing(for treatment of metritis) imum antibacterial action against a wide range of infections Treatment for
including those that follow difficult calving. CALF SCOURS
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infection from bacteria commonly involved in calf diseases. diarrhea.
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were well received in each instance.
They were very interested in our breed
(Charolais and Charbray) of cattle. In a
number of countries, they had already
AD Lhad a few of the Charolais bulls and as DOESN'T LIKE GRAIN OR GRASS? usual the same report: well pleased with
the result from this breed.
The trip was very interesting to all 46
It's Called Common Stock And It Thrives On American persons, and we feel sure will be profiBusiness! table to Georgia purebred breeders.
Bryant E. Pearce
Millions of people throughout the country and from all Mr. Pearce moved his PX brand
walks of life have been putting their brands on American Charolais and Charbray from Fort Myers
Business through the purchase of good common stocks. to Quitman several years ago.
Of course, there are many breeds of common stock and Cowgirl Wants to Know:
some may be a little better than the rest of the herd. There How Do I Get in the Business?
are also different groups of specially selected, profession- St. Petersburg
FIvE MINUTES after I first saw your
ally managed stocks. These are called Mutual Funds. magazine, my request for a subscription
was on its way. Shortly after that.
An experienced investment broker can help you, sort, select through my friend, Mr. Rausch of The
and evaluate any corporation stock or Mutual Fund you Quality Shop, you sent me some wonder
ful pictures of cattle...
may be interested in. I am 18, freshman in college, and
(despite what my friends say) sound of
For over 94 years A. M. KIDDER & CO., Inc., has been mind. You see, few of my friends at
serving the public in investment matters. They've provided college would know a Charolais from a
hole in the ground, and they consider
experience-founded advice for the cattleman... the butcher me stark raving made because I do ,
...the baker... and the banker alike. They'll be glad to ex- The experience I have gained with
plain more about common stocks-their risks, costs and animals was usually fought for, not thrust
upon me. (Though) I have heard many
advantages, and the important part they play in your people around me say: "I used to live
financial future. All it takes is the coupon below to find out. on the farm when I was a kid," somehow,
And of course, there is no obligation. I have to make it turn out just the
opposite for me (and get from the city
to the country).
If you have any information on opportunities available to women in this
field (working with, around or about
animals) I would appreciate hearing
____ _. __ about it . By the way, if you know of
BUSINESS ESTABLISHED 1865-MEANS 95 YEARS OF EXPERIENCEI any young people interested in cattle who
MEMBER NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE AND OTHER LEADING DOMESTIC AND CANADIAN EXCHANGES would write to me, or of any groups I
ONE WALL STREET, NEW YORK 5 DI 4-2525 could join, I would be eternally grateful
to hear about them...
FLORIDA OFFICES Betsy McNeely
BRADENTON
436 12t h Street West MIAMI BEACH Sorry, no junior cattlemen's group now
CLEARWATERPOMPANO BEACH functioning. But we'll be glad to for300 South Garden Avenue 2451 Atlantic Boulevard ward any letters from "juniors" who'd
CORAL GABLES
380 Miracle Mile ST. PETERSBURG like to write to Betsy, and we've suggested
DELAND400 Beach Drive North
DELANS 400RBaG Dri H that she visit Boot Ranch at Odessa
114 West Indiana Avenue 1 ST. PETERSBURG BEACH
FORT LAUDERDALE SAAS-7th Avenue (which isn't far from St. Pete) and talk
207 East Las Olas Blvd. SARASOTA to Miss Lois Oxnam, the only girl we
HOLLYWOOD 16 South Palm Avenue know of who is a ranch foreman!
1901 Tyler Street SOUTH MIAMI
57SI Sunset Drive
INDIALANTIC ..TLLHASE
137 Sth Avenue TALLAHASSEE ,
JACKSONVILLE Floridan Hotel Horse, Cow Worker
122 West Forsyth Street 5 TAMPA Writesfor Job Prospects
LAELNDI 506 Florida AvenuePrset
LAKELAND ...
131 South Tennessee Ave. WINTER PARK Miami peach
MIM 221 West Fairbanks Ave.
MIAMI 22le Stree I would appreciate information oX
139 East Flagler Street I
any cattle ranches that might be hiring
.... help for working with horses and cattle
One Wall Street, New York 5 DI 4-2525 C. . I have been working with horses
Gentlemen: I'd like to find out more about Common Stocks. since I was 13 years old. (I am now t
I'm particularly interested in stocks which stress: ) And I Would like to learn catle
0 Current Income 0I Long-Term Growth El Please send me further in- ranching from the ground up...
[l Conservative Income and Growth formation on Mutual Funds Francis J. Melodia
Name Queries like this come in from time to
Address Phone time. The Cattleman is happy to refer
City State _workers to prospective employers (withI understand information is for guidance only and does not assure out endorsement), and vice versa.
achievement of objective.
- -.--------. ---------------.---------.---- J- 10 The Florida Cattleman




MORE PROOF.... IT PAYS TO FEED PURINA
Beewood Hereford Farms feed Purina for
.. ast growth on sale bulls
..cheap gains on commercial steers
Beewood Hereford Farms, owned and when they approach the sale age of operated by George Wood of Sara- approximately two years. sota, used to be covered with "pines, Cmeca te edn sas
palmettos, and rattlesnakes." Now it maomrcat ofther eeodin operation. boasts 460 acres of improved pastures Seal hunred ter efed oneraon and one of Florida's leading registered aeverall hundredreted aefer aorts Hereford herds. Beewood breeding anully ang perod aine cort
stock is in great demand, especially dyo edn eid Aanw on
the fast-growing, high-quality bulls. on Purina supplements to get the job done cheaply," George said. "It
The Beewood Hereford Farms herd of cost only 9.8 to put a pound of gain over 100 brood cows is presently headed a s
by PHF-R Silver Domino 30th, senior o m enrcia l steers e fen reherd sire. "He consistently sires a uni- recetly. topcalea Gore Woodllentse form group of top, growth calves for wte teo happoan tene ageti us," George Wood stated. "We select woeaa reede s
the best bull calves each year and grow Prn edr them out for sale, both to purebred Whether you have reged or comand commeial operators." mercial cattle, whether you sell your
The calves receive special attention calves off-the-teat or finish them for and are given every chance to develop market, there's a Purina Cattle Feedinto leading herd sires. Mr. Wood has ing Program to fit your operation. Visit found that a grain rationsupplemented your Purina Dealer... at the Store URINA
with Purina Steer Fatena is tly heaed on a g oeckerboard Sign... ask STEER
cheapest way of bringing them along- him to tell you more about research IATENA
The bulls are in excellent condition and field-tested Purina Cattle Chows.
FEED PURINA ... You CAN DEPEND ON THE CHECKERBOARD FOR the ou fo sae bot to puebe Whte yo hav reitee or con N -- N N0E




ighly Successful
Energy Feed" k 4 %4Wf
ULP
,l - ail
ANGUS . strike symmetrical pose at Holton Angus Ranch near St. Petersburg.
use of our classified columns may be preferred. Classified ads cost 15 cents per word, minimum $3.00.
P&S Act Information Available from USDA
How DOES the packers and stockyards act affect livestock producers? Since P&S will extend its jurisdiction to Florida livestock buyers in the not-too-distant future, it may be important to producers to know just how the law affects them. Questions about the act are answered in an illustrated folder now available free of charge from USDA, titled "Questions Mrs. E. B. Hudspeth has raised six grand champion steers-all fed and Answers on the Packers and Stockon Florida Citrus Pulp. Among laurels won are Grand Champion yards Act for Livestock Producers,"
Awards at Tampa in 1955, 1956, and 1959, plus Southeast Grand AMS-348, which can be obtained by
Champion at Ocala in March, 1955. writing Marketing Information Service,
AMS, USDA, Washington 25, D. C. When Mrs. Hudspeth's Grand Champion Bradmar Angus (shown above with son Tommy) weighed in at the Florida State Fair, Tampa, "Ole Sol" Can Damage Stock, in February, 1959, the scales showed a whopping 762 pounds! Says Reynolds Aluminum
Said Mrs. Hudspeth: "We find Florida Citrus Pulp essential to "You MUST keep that roof from getting our feeding program. It not only stimulates appetite to insure the de- hot and radiating heat down on the sired weight gain, but is also an excellent conditioner. We heartily cattle underneath. Just shutting off the recommend Florida Citrus Pulp as a feed for champions." Beef up your sun is not enough." breed with the high-energy feed FLORIDA CITRUS PULP. a new booklet stressing the advantages
of aluminum roofing on livestock shelters. Booklet contains experimental data, is 16 pages in length, and can be obtained by writing for "Cold Spots in the Sky," from Bradmar Angus Reynolds at Richmond, Virginia.
FwtoNew Side-Arm Mower Being FREE 0 how to feed the BEST of BREED Handled by Superior Equipment
FLORIDA AND all of the eastern and midWrite today for your FREE copy of the western states will secure the new
booklet about FLORIDA CITRUS PULP 7 Superior-Parmel Double Sickle Mower
-gives complete analysis and feeding through a company called Superior
instructions. F R E E Equipment Company of Wheeling, Illinois.
* The mower has been tested for a year
IROC 41 and a half, and was made available for
la g II00 W1 10.111 sale this fall. It's a side-mounted mower,
Driven by V-belts from the PTO shaft, through a patented double eccentric 1459 WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA DEPT. B drive of special heat-treated alloy steel.
SUNSHINE FEED FOR CATTLE Sickles of the mower move opposite to
12 The Florida Cattleman




BIG STICK MAKES YOU THE BOSS
Earmers who've tried other tractors can speak with authority. We asked 553 new owners, among the thousands who switched to Allis-Chalmers tractors the past year, what features they liked best.
Their answers tell you what's really new in tractors today. No. I feature: Allis-Chalmers Power Director-the 'Big Stick." One easyshift lever controls 8 smoothly graduated speeds ahead in 2 ranges. Rugged oil clutch eases through tough spots with live PTO-or gives an instant surge of power when it's needed. Makes you the master-whatever the crop or soil.
Power Director teamed with TRACTION BOOSTER system (now with new wider range) matches power, speeds and automatic traction to every load. Take a Dynamic D into the field. Test new Power Steering*... solidcomfort seat... step-on platform... SNAP-COUPLER hitch. Begin a new decade of productive farming-easier too-for you!
*Optional on D-14 and D-17 Models.
'60's-new
dynamic
D's
have it Iv!TRACTION BOOSTER and SNAP-COUPLER are All,,-Chamern. trademarke.
ALLIS-CHALMERS, FARM EQUIPMENT DIVISION, MILWAUKEE 1,WISCONSIN
ALLIS-CHALMERS 4
Ask Your dealer about the Allis-Chalmers plan to finance your time purchase of farm equipment.




EXPERIENCED FIELD MEN
FLORIDA TESTED ANALYSES
SCISSOR-ACTION on this doublesickle mower (see story) gives it faster cutting action, allows it to cover more acres faster.
THIS IS WHY the best ranchersacefstr
each other, knives closing on each other use GULF Fertilizere like scissors. Since the stroke is half
that of conventional sickles, speed has
Gulf Fertilizer pasture representative, Ed Green, right, is shown here paying one of been greatly increased, and Superior his regular visits to J. F. "Uncle Jewel" Sumner and Mrs. Sumner at the Sumner claims it can be driven 30 to 40 percent Ranch in Balm, Florida. "Uncle Jewel" is a long-time cattleman and honorary faster than a conventional mower. director of the Florida Cattleman's Association, and is a strong advocate of the No reports of experimentation with improved pasture program. Like Mr. Sumner, growers and farmers throughout Florida grasses were given in the news
Florida depend on Ed's know-how in their problems concerning soil conditioning, release. fertilization and pest control. And for best yield, they depend on Gulf Fertilizerformulated for Florida soils. Beef, Dairy Industries
Hike Usage of Feed
THME WILL be 4.122 million bushels of corn available for feed during 1959-60, compared to the 2.870 million bushels actually fed to livestock during 1958-59. So reports the American Feed Manu COMPANY Rfacturer's Association in its latest booklet
on estimated feed use and supplies for the Tampa Florida year beginning October 1.
Reductions of 24 percent in the oat
SERVING FLORIDA AGRICULTURE FOR 56 YEARS crop, 13 percent in the barley crop, and
seven percent in the sorghum grain cr0P are more than offset by the 19 percent increase in the corn for grain crop, reports AFMA, leaving production of the
COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE four major feed grains up seven perIncluding o- cent from the previous year. In addiIcntion, the carryover on October 1 of con, FARM, RANCH, FARM MACHINERY q and grain sorghums was a record high.
AND CATTLE LOANS WE ARE Of total 1959-60 supplies of 137.012
INTERESTEDINmillion tons of concentrate feeds, beef cattle will use 19.717 million tons, dairy Your Financial Requirements Will Have cattle 24.413 million tons, and swi e,
Our Prompt Attention. poultry, horses and other livestock wi
use the remainder (with swine using about half the total supply).
menofJustin Boot Founder THERD orI Dies at Fort Worth
BOOT PRODUCTION rose from 15 pa LOCALLY OWNED weekly to 1000 pairs a day at Justin Boo
AND ANAED& Trust Companq Company during the 58 years since Jo
OCALA- FLORIDA S. Justin, Sr., who recently died, started
Member Federal Deposit Insuance Corpe'tielk
Me.b., Fedeol Rest-. System
_________________________-T'he Flo-ida Cattlea




Even Prize Cattle On Supplements
Make Big Extrua Gains With PERMACO'
Bar D Ranch Amazed As Top-Condition Animals Gain 66 Lbs. Each In 30 Days
"We dosed 18 head of our show cattle in preparation for the show circuit, mainly to give the animals a good, slick coat and to sustain them during traveling. The average weight gain per animal In only 30 days was 66 lbs., truly amazing in view of their already excellent condition. These gains were achieved, despite the fact the herd had been fed a regular ration of cobalt in their feed."
W. E. Campbell, Manager, BAR-D Ranch, Orlando, Florida
W. E. CAMPBELL REPORTS
H3.5 LBS. GAIN i PER DAY WITH
Complete Without TPERMC' Co* ,Bullets! 'PERMACO'
Right now-while your cattle are on scrub pasture "'d winter. feed-they need Cobalt more than any other time of year! The experience of the BAR-D Ranch is powerful proof that the 'PERMACO' Cobalt Bullet is the ONLY sure, practical way to provide ALL the essential Cobalt that your entire herd MUST have! If there is the slightest lack of Cobalt, eve the
* beat feed and supplements in the world cannot produce vnaximiumg s
Winter feed and supplements contain little or no C I......n p ie the FULL supply that cattle need. Salt licks and mineralboxes can't provide the REGULAR supply that cattle need-in fact, 105% ofihe
herd NEVER use them! But a single dose with 'PEMAC& Cobalt Btets
provides your cattle with a continuous, daily supply do' cobalt f*4 12
full months. "Bullet" them now-while they're on winter feed %.nd~
pasture-then forget about Cobalt problems all year long!
Remember that calves make the most econonmical
--S gains BEFORE weaning, so get them off to a good
start by "bulleting" you ,breeding cows. A single "bullet" keeps cows in tp condition-helps them drop healthier, heavier, tster-gaining calves-and makes sure calves get plenty of the vital growth- W. E. Campbell, Manager of vitamin B-12 in the milk! the Bar-D Ranch, is shown here With
Protect your profits ALL YEAR LONG! Get another of his prize animals that actually
'PERMACO'I Cobalt Bullets from your veterinarian gained 66 lbs. in only 19 days! or regular supplier TODAY!
A Nihoa Product
Nicholas of America Limited, 200 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago 4, Illinois




lov pound ot t'
pecialze rop ae s s
.s..rg
OLD-TIMERS .. at the Silver Springs convention included Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rose of Ocala (top), Mr. and Mrs. SaHenry O. Partin of Kissimmee (center), and Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Williams of Davenport. (Photos by Mozert)
for extra yields of Pangola Grass
Pastures take on new life with Pasturgro, Swift's Specialized Crop Maker for Pangola Grass. Improved Pasturgro builds mineral-rich pastures that livestock go for.. lets you increase yields and your herd without adding acres... gives you more pounds of meat or milk for every dollar invested.
Pasturgro is made right here in Florida especially for our soils and
weather conditions. It is formulated to take advantage of the nutrients already in our soils.., and it contains extra growth elements for higher
yields and quality.
This year, grow hardier, thicker stands of Pangola Grass with Pasturgro,
Swift's Specialized Crop Maker. See your authorized Swift Plant Food
Advisor.
Cattle on Pangola Grass-White Dutch Clover pasture.
wworking in his father's boot factory at the age of 12.
.. One story reported about Justin related to the time three cattle thieves were WF-u. ows ,, hanged from one tree limb near Wichita
a gd 7P r4 RlM Falls. Justin recalled later: "The three
rustlers died with their boots on, and all FREE GROWERS' of them had on our boots." From shortlY
AVRE R E after its founding in 1879, the company
ADVISORY SERVICE was located in Nocona, Texas, moving to
Swift's trained Growers' Fort Worth in 1925. I Advisory Representative
will analyze your soil and Lysine Supplementation help you work out your Of Feed Praised by Pfizer
production problems. There ..1
is no charge for this extra USE OF lysine-one of the essentiala service, amino acids-to increase growth rate of
beef steers by mle than 12 percent SWIFT & COMPANY Agricultural Chemical Division utilizing eight percent less feed per pound
Winter Haven and Pompano Beach of gain, has been reported by Dr. William
H. Hale, animal ntritionist with Charles C D A Pfizer and Company.
MAC DOLLAR says: S YOUR FINEST BUY Although results were important, Hale
SMAK ONE attaches far more importance to findings
WHEN YOU'RE FARMING TO that cattle can profit by use of a~ino
,1 1 acids, since it has been previouslY
a sM lieved they were manufactured in
16 The Florida Cattlen1




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,v"
",We put MoorMan 's Mintrate Cattle Blocks
to the test..., saved 55%7 on supplement"
says H. S. Massey, Stagecoach Ranch, Pasco County, Florida
"Our friend, Bill Barfield, told us Mr. Massey proved to himself that too-simply put blocks out onlce about MoorMan's Mintrate* Cattle self-feeding MoorMan's Mintrate every week to ten days.
Blocks. So, we decided to put them Cattle Blocks give him low-cost gains Your MoorMan Man can tell you to the test," says Mr. Massey. Three for extra profits. You will get the which block, or combination of blocks groups of 70 brood cows were put on same "Good Results." fits your condition best. He has speadjoining grass pastures. Two groups ,Here's why-Mintrate Cattle cial prices on 50 to 200 ton orders 0r
received our regular supplements, Blocks are a powerful concentration contracts for future feeding. If he the third, Mintrate Cattle Blocks, of proteins and minerals, plus urea doesn't call soon, write Moorma,"
"After 120 days, cows on Mintrate and Vitamin D. (Also available with Manufacturing Company, Dept, Blocks had better finish .., weighed Vitamin A.) They stimulate rumen X01, Quincy, Illinois. more. Then we figured costs. Regular activity, aid digestion and promote supplements were costing 110 per efficient, profitable conversion of head per day .. MoorMan's, only your pasture and roughage. 4 .
50. A saving of 55%. Now, we feed Because pastures differ in quality, OOIL1onfils
our entire herd of 400 cows, includ- self-feeding Mintrate Blocks are Since 1885-74 Years of Friendly Service ing the pure bred Santa Gertrudis, made in 3 different formulas. These on Mintrate Blocks. Also, use Moor- supply nutrient requirements for .Mintrate Cattle BlOcks
Man's Minerals free choice, Cattle greatest gains or production from mineralized protein blocks with ureat for ,If Mintrate for creep feeding and Blocks good, average and sparse pastures. feeding help cattle make faster, low-cost gains for our bulls." Self-feeding saves time and labor, *Trademark Reg. U. $, Pot. Off.




As Always
During 1960
You'll Find
Your Auction
~~~~Mairket r', -Manager e- .',
In Your
Corner!
4-H'ER . Lester Bell, state swine 0
winner, is congratulated by James Glass, Yes, 1960 will be
sales manager for Moorman's feeds. no different in
this A
rumen in sufficient quantities. respect from
1959 and every
Lowe Represents Hector other year. s
Feed Mills in Okeechobee Our help is yours
for the asking ... .... ii:
ELTON LOWE is the new face dairymen and best wishes
and cattlemen around Okeechobee will for 1960!
be seeing from Hector Feed Mills.
Lowe, who went to school at Okeechobee High and has lived in the area all his For market information, contact any of these solid-substantial markets-members of both life, is Hector's new representative. He Florida and National associations, and subscribers to the National "Code of Ethics" for will work from the company's Okeechobee auction markets: warehouse.
Rhett Harrell, manager of Hector Feed Arcadia State Livestock Market Columbia Livestock Market
Mills at Deerfield Beach, said it was Auctions Every Wednesday LAKE CITY, FLA.
necessary to open the branch warehouse Pat Kelley, Mgr., Ph. WA 8-3151, 8-6901 because of the heavy buildup of dairies ARCADIA, FLORIDA Suwannee Valley Livestock Market
around the Okeechobee area. Some 40-45 Auctions Every Wednesday
Chipley Livestock Company O'Neal Boatright, Mgr. e Ph FO 2-1702
dairies plan to be operating there in the Auctions Every Tuesday LIVE OAK, FLA.
near future. Buddy Neel, Mgr. @ Ph. ME 8-0267, 8-0689
CHIPLEY, FLORIDA West Florida Livestock Market
Auctions Every Tuesday
Toxaphene Dip Approved Glades Livestock Market Bill Fite, Mgr. Phone HU 2-2229
For Scabies by USDA Auctions Every Monday MARIANNA, FLA.
A TOXAPHENE emulsion has now been George Young, Mgr. Ph WY 6-3028 Monticello Stockyards
okayed by USDA's Animal Disease BELLE GLADE, FLA. Auctions Every Monday
Eradication Division for dipping cattle Walton County Livestock Market John Hawkins, Mgr. Phone WY 7-1711
and sheep for scabies, says William Auctions Every Thursday MONTICELLO, FLA.
Cooper and Nephews of Chicago, whose Sam Rachels, Mgr. Phone TW 4-7781 Mills Auction Market
product "Livestock Cooper-tox" is the DEFUNIAK SPRINGS, FLA. Auctions Every Thursday
only brand known to meet the field and C. E. Mills, Mgr. 0 Ph. MA 2-4454, 9-3662
laboratory test requirements of the gov- Gainesville Livestock Market OCALA, FLA.
eminr ient.sThe Co oper-toh allows Auctions Every Monday
.rnment. The "Cooper-fox" allows L. H. Thompson, Mgr. e Phone FR 6-3211 Mid-Florida Livestock Market
slaughter within 28 days after treat- GAINESVILLE, FLA. Auctions Every Monday
ment, while the lindane dip commonly Gilbert Tucker, Mgr. Ph GA 5-0432
used must be applied 60 days or more Tindel Livestock Market ORLANDO, FLA.
prior to slaughter. Auctions Every Monday Okeechobee Livestock Market
Claud Tindel, Mgr. Phone AN 3-3001 Auctions Every Tuesday
our o Latin Ameria Tom Kirby, Mgr. Phone RO 2-5521
Planned by Georgian Kissimmee Livestock Market OKEECHOBEE, FLA.
Auctions Every Wednesday Gadsden County Livestock Market
A LATIN American tour from January Kenneth Caldwell, Mgr. e Ph TI 6-2521 Auctions Every Wednesday
7 through January 30, with government KISSIMMEE, FLA. Wayne Henry, Mgr. e Phone MA 7-8627
cooperation both in this country and Cattlemen's Livestock Markets QUINCY, FLA.
in the countries to be visited, is being Monday Sales Tuesday Sarasota Cattle and Commission Sales
organized by Gene Ragan of Donalson- Harry McCollum, Mgr. Auctions Every Tuesday
ville, Georgia, who writes: Ph 4-1145 Ph MU 2-0117 Jerry Coleman, Mgr. Phone RI 6-3016
"This is not a tourism trip. It is an TAMPA and LAKELAND SARASOTA, FLA.
informative, educational journey dedicated to improving relations and understanding our Latin-American farm neigh- For Further Information about Florida Livestock Markets, Contact
hors." $1322 includes all expenses from FLORIDA ASSOCIATION OF LIVESTOCK MARKETS
Miami. The group is being made up in
Georgia, Alabama and Florida. Livestock Exchange Building, Kissimmee, Florida
for January, 1960 19




U' 14*4! NOW IT'S HISTORY
Dundee Ranch at Lutz has one of the most promising young Angus sires in Florida. Imported in dam, this bull, Perthonian 3rd, is less than two years of age, has seen No Flood Control in 1940... heavy service, and still crowds 1,500 pounds, with tremendous ARMY ENGINEERS turned down a flood control project for the Kissimmee quality, scale and breed character. Valley, reported the January 1940 FLORIDA CATTLEMAN . Reason: it Keep your eye on this one. would help only cowmen!... THE CATTLEMAN protested that farmers also
Great credit is due the FCA for
its uphill fight for practical Bru- profited by other flood projects in other parts of the country . FCA cellosis control. Calfhood vaccina- held its convention in Panama City . R. E. Lambert and Sons advertion, properly programmed, has tised Carpet seed.
long since proven its ability to bring about a satisfactory condition of control. One added thought: Cuting Stumps Flush Was Mode in 1945., data conclusively establishes a C S
gradual loss of immunity in vaccinated females, with protection of- "LET 'EM ROT" was the principle behind "flush cutting" of stumps in land ten non-existent after the sixth improvement, described in the January 1945 CATTLEMAN .. The cattlecalving. Revaccination of such .......
females, despite the disadvantage men's association was to meet in Plant City on January 10... Wartime of continuing titers, needs more molasses controls were relaxed, and it could again be fed. study.
Millarden Farms, Georgia Angus nl The Cattl man"ad10
breeders, are producing unusually Ina195 The Cattleman Had 1 Pages...
growth, large framed, quality bulls, particularly well adapted to "100 PAGES makes this the largest CATTLEMAN ever printed," we noted in Florida needs. Florida cattlemen the January 1950 issue ... Included was a 48-page section on Brahmans, will do well to attend this farm's and 10 pages of editorial index, covering the years 1936 through 1949
Woodbury, Ga. The Kowbelles column became a permanent feature ... And the AmenThe many great Hereford can National was coming to Miami.
foundation cattle I see around the state from Cock 0' Walk Ranch indicates that this ranch's January In 1955, ICC Studied Dressed Meat Rates.. 16th Dispersal Sale spells opportunity for all Hereford breeders, FLORIDA CATTLEMEN'S Association's J. 0. Pearce, Jr., appeared at Intercommercial or purebred.
The recent Kermac Angus Bull state Commerce Commission hearing in behalf of lower rates (later
Sale in the Southwest sure put the granted) sought for shipping dressed meat by truck into the North and handwriting on the wall. Sons of East, according to the January 1955 CATTLEMAN ... Walter Bronson of Hyland Marshall, who is owned with McGregor-Vantress, averaged Orlando received a saddle at the FCA convention in recognition of past over $1,800, with practically all go- association activity . Range station field day stressed White Dutch, ing to hard-headed commercial cowmen. Who will do a similar warned of over-grazing.
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National Livestock Tax
Committee Seeks End to
Tax Inequities
Due to Cowmen's Varying Incomei
Cattlemen pay an added tax burden through the cyclic nature of their incomes. For sion. several years the National Livestock Tax Committee (which is strongly backed by the A significant percentage of the nation American National *Cattlemen's Association and the Florida Cattlemen's Association) taxpayers work in areas or operate enter has been seeking legislation to remedy this tax inequity. Below are brief excerpts prises in which large annual fluctuation from the testimony given November 23 in Washington by Stephen H. Hart, attorney in income are characteristic. Typical for the Tax Committee, before the House of Representatives', Ways and Means Com- these are farming, livestock raising, cr mittee which is looking into possibilities of establishing a broader income tax base tive writing, hete, an m y to meet revenue needs with lower rates of tax. tive writing, the theatre, and many s
businesses. The overall impact of thedig
THis'REPRESENTS the viewpoint of an year variations. Taxpayer B represents criminatory tax treatment on these p
attorney whose federal income tax prac- a hypothetical married taxpayer who If they constituted only a very si tice includes a significant number of tax- receives an equal total income over the s f the outon, on payers who pay a severe tax penalty period chosen but who receives it in wide- segment of the population, one simply because they have fluctuating an- ly fluctuating annual installments, argue that it is not justifiable on prn
nual incomes. Specifically, I am re- Hence, the table shows that taxpayer relieve them of their extra burden, herring to farmers, and more particularly, B paid $880 more on the same amount of though this argument would offend a ranchers, whom I have represented many income over the same five-year period sense of justice of many. However, times in tax proceedings ... than did taxpayer A. These figures for are faced with a situation where literal
In expressing this viewpoint, my inten- Taxpayer A are surely reasonable as rep- millions of fluctuating income taxpayer tion is to focus on the practical problem sentative of millions of taxpayers engaged are penalized. This penalty may ran of utilizing a general averaging technique in independent businesses, professions from only a few dollars for many to mitigate this tax penalty, not to dis- and occupations, although they have not payers to several hundred or even tho cuss averaging in terms of general eco- been derived from the returns of any sand dollars for many others over a giv nomic theory. In this connection I will particular taxpayers. Were the figures period of time. cite examples of actual taxpayers. By this used which are shown for Taxpayer B But whatever its amount, it represent approach, I hope to make a useful contri- as representative of actual returns of a financially measurable discrimination button to the Committee's deliberations livestock producers, the fluctuations against those who pay it on the subject of averaging of income, would be even greater, and the discrimi- a t e y
since I believe that the penalty borne by nation more dramatic. The differential the taxpayers to whom I refer typifies would be greater also were A and B un- New Directors Name that imposed on numerous taxpayers married and therefore unable to file joint By Polk Ass'n
throughout the country. returns.
Although it is often difficult to deter- ELECTED TO the board of directors oft The Problem ... mine when an inequity exists in the op- Polk County Cattlemen's Association ata
eration or administration of our federal meeting recently held in Bartow OuR PRESENT federal income tax laws tax laws, the situation which has been Arthur M. Bissett, president, Eugen embody two general features which com- posed reveals one manifestly. Simply Griffin and C. 0. Ferber. Other director bine to cause persons with fluctuating stated, the inequity is that one individual include W. Paul Hayman and Verno annual incomes to pay more taxes than is required to pay substantially more Whedden of Brewster; Max Hamnion do persons with relatively stable annual taxes on a given amount of multi-annual and Edwin J. Sanders of Lakeland; P., incomes. taxable income than another taxpayer Wilson, Frostproof; R. E. Stokes, Lae
The first feature is that, for reasons of pays on the same amount.... Wales; A. C. Wright, Jr., Ft. Mead
administrative expediency and regular Aside from the individual inequity of P. M. Fussell and Donald McLean, Pa collection of revenues, the 12-month cal- one taxpayer having to pay more taxes City. endar or fiscal year is utilized as the on the same amount of multi-annual intime unit for levying taxes.., come than another, there are broad pub- THE 1959 Hardee County Fair drew
The second feature is that the income lic policy reasons for not tolerating the paid attendance of over 8000 people in i for a given year is taxed at rates which differential tax treatment under discus- six-day run, setting a new record. progressively increase with the amount of
such income.
The result of this inter-action of an
annual tax accounting period and a pro- These tax computations are based on assumptions that A and B had filed jai gressive rate structure is that persons returns for the years involved and utilized present rates. with significantly fluctuating annual incomes pay a higher total tax over a given Taxpayer A Taxpayer B
period of years than do those receiving Taxable Tax Taxable Tax
the same total income over the period, Year Income Paid Year Income Pai
but in substantially equal annual install- 1955 $ 9,500 $ 2,070 1955 $ 9,000 $ 1,9
ments... 1956 9,700 2,122 1956 2,000 400
The table reveals the nature of this 1957 10,000 2,200 1957 18,000 4,60
differential tax treatment. In it, taxpayer 1958 10,200 2,252 1958 5,000 1,0:
A represents a hypothetical married tax- 1959 10,600 2,356 1959 16,000 3,92
payer who receives a more or less stable Totals 50,000 11,000 50,000 11,
annual income with only minor year to
22 The Florida Cattler




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In the southern part of the state, it is time to begin fertilization of pasures for early spring growth.
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The SOUTHEASTERN, Bull Sale
Southeastern Are Next Florida Events
OCALA New dates for S' eastern at Ocala will
"split" a weekend; Show includes all
WEDNESDAY breeds of cattle, plus fat steer show
THURSDAY
FRIDAY FLORIDA'S WINTER show season will be County Fair at Palmetto, and the Sout
SATURDAY well underway by the time you receive Florida Exposition at West Palm Bea
your next issue of THE FLORIDA CATTLE- Both are scheduled for the week MAN. January 25-30.
SUNDAY Scheduled to begin during the next And dairy week of the Florida Sta
MONDAY month or thereabouts are several of Fair at Tampa will begin on Febr
Florida's largest cattle events: 2, with the entire fair slated to 1
5 Southeastern Fat Stock Show at until Febraury 13.
January 2 "0-2 Ocala will begin on Wednesday, January Good cattle shows will be featured
20, and continue through Monday, Jan- all four events, with the Southeastern ex uary 25-but before it officially opens pected to have the largest number Schedule of Events there will be a series of activities be- cattle of all on display. (See Horse Se
TUESDAY, JANUARY 19 ginning on Saturday, January 16! In- tion for information on Quarter Ho
12 noon..................Ocala Bull Sale cluded are the Florida Quarter Horse shows).
(Bring your show cattle for the Rideeo on the 16th and 17th, the 4-H
Southeastern with you when you Sorh-Lno na...
come to the Ocala Bull Sa!e. We've and FFA Meat Judging and Identifica- Southeaste r...
got plenty of room) tion Contest on the 16th, and the Ocala ALL BREEDS are welcome at the Sout
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20 Bull Sale, with 184 head catalogued on eastern-which makes the boast
9:00 a.m ............ Deadline for Breeding
Cattle Entries. January 19th. can back it up) that it is the largest
10:00 a.m .......... Judging Brahman Cattle Starting immediately after the South- Florida's cattle events from standpoint
2:00 p ......... Judging Shorthorn Cattle eastern Fat Stock Show will be two of of numbers and variety!
THURSDAY, JANUARY 21
9:00 .m ............ Deadline for Receiving Florida's larger fairs: The Manatee It is offering premiums for Angus
Steer Entries. Sifting and Weighing
Steers.
10:00 a.m ............. Judging Angus Cattle
2:00 p.m ......... Judging Hereford Cattle
FRIDAY, JANUARY 22 UF Judges Have Good Season
9:00 a.m ........... Judging Steers. Adult,
4-H, FFA and Carlot Entries.
1:00 p.m ....... Judging Charolois Cattle 3:00 p.m ......... Judging Charbray Cattle
SATURDAY, JANUARY 23
10:00 a.m......... 4-H and FFA Livestock
Judging Contest in Rodeo Arena.
MONDAY, JANUARY 25
10:00 a.m ............... Sale of Fat Steers
SATURDAY, JANUARY 16
4-H and FFA Judging and Identification Contest to be held at Swift and Company.
SOUTHEASTERN QUARTER HORSE SHOW
SATURDAY, JANUARY 16
2:00 p.m ........... Judging Halter Classes
8:00 p.m .............. Performance Classes
SUNDAY, JANUARY 17
2:00 p.m ............ Performance Classes
Florida's Largest
Cattle Event THE UNIVERSITY of Florida's livestock judging team has completed a successful
season, placing seventh (of 15) at the Mid-South Fair in Memphis, second (of seve at the Southeastern Fair in Atlanta, fifteenth (of 40) at the International in Chic At Chicago, Buddy Frazee of Reddick placed fifth high individual in judging INFORMATION? classes-highest ranking a student from the University has ever earned there. He
RESERVATIONS? also ninth high at Memphis, while, at Atlanta, Glen Barden of Monticello was ti
high individual.
Contact Louis Gilbreath, Gen. Mgr. The Florida judges placed third in swine at Memphis, first in Hereford, Ang'
P. 0. Box 404, Ocala, Fla. Shorthorn and Duroc classes at Atlanta (and also had the second through sixth P1
individual winners in cattle classes at Atlanta). ALSO: Team is coached by Don Wakeman. Team members (with Wakeman stan
at left and Dean M. A. Brooker of the College of Agriculture standing at right)0 Ocala Bull Sale, January 19 pictured above, from left: Seated, Dick Ingerman, Orlando; Dallas Townsend, Fel
Ocala Quarter Horse Rideeo, Jan. 16-17 Vladimir Cruz, Havana, Cuba; Frazee; Standing, Enrique Sosa, Camaguey, Dewey Burnsed, Macclenny; John Stitt, Clewiston; Barden.
24 The Florida Cattle




Great Show Window of the Sunshine Stafe
Can you imagine a show window more than tw missles 1ong? Well if
all the exhibits at the Florida State Fair were place n s sigle line, they E
would be 22 times as long as the Washington month ent is ig!
For more than 50 years, the Fair has presented this annual painrama
of Florida's progress and productivity. As you stroll leisurely through the 22
permanent exhibit buildings you will be amaazed at the wide diversification in SPECIAL LIVESTOCK EVENTS
Florida's economy. You'll see elaborate displays of fresh fruits, vegetables and Feb. 2-9:00 A.M. Youth Doiry Cattle
tobaco nd safods.Show judging. 9:00 A.M. Barrow judgOrnamentals; minerals and forest products, honey, tbcoadsaosing. 9,30 A.M. Certified Meat Hog Contest.
Florida's growing importance ini livestock raising is emphasized by Feb. 3-8:30 A.M. Ayrshire judging. 9:00
Dairy and Beef Shows, Fat Stock Show and Sale, Table Beef and Certified A.M. Swine -Breed classes -Landlrace,
Meat Hog contests. Swine, poultry and rabbit shows further accentuate this Tmworth. 7,00 P.M. Holstein judging.
a eoh t's agFrilturadevFeb. 4-8:30 A.M. Jersey judging. 2:00
phas ofthe tat's gricltual evelpmets.P.M. Fat Stock judging. 3,00 P.M. GuernSecld ev ens eature t atie fhsey-Bulk and Get of Sire classes.
For oehan 5ears, t f u FFeb. 5-830 A.M. Guernsey-Cow classes.
and Florida's 4-H Clubs. 11:00 AM. Borrow-Carcass sudglng.
1:00 P.M. Florida Fat Stock So e. 7;30
A juried Art Exhibit and Crafts competition, women's exhibits, Inter- P.M. Ayrshire SOle.
national Orchid Show, H-ibiscus Show and other features underline Florida's Feb. 6-9:00 A.M. FFA Team judgingcultralactvites. nd van tosee he 4thAnnal Foria E tilDairy, Beef and Swine. Fltrda's eci y. You'll see te 4th ful vegealesral Feb. 8-9:00 A.M. Youth Beef Cattle judgExposition--.the finest its the nation, ing. 2,00 P.M. Shorthorn judging.
Feb. 9- 9d00 A.M. Aberdeen-Angus judgAnd of course, fun and festivity happily highlight your every visit to ing. 9:00 A.M. Swine-Breed classes-Duroc, Ham.,shire. 2:00 P.M. Hereford
the Fair. Have fun ott the giant midway . Watch exciting auto races, thrill judging.
shows, grandstand attractions, and top professional entertainment . Enjoy Feb. 10-900 A.M. Charolais judging. 1:00
all four big parades from a reserved seat in the grandstand. P.M. Santa GerPrudis judging.
Feb. 11-9:00 A.M. Brahman judging. 5:00
This year, spend several days and ights at the Fair! See it often-See it all! P.M. Parade of Beef Chamoions.
Feb. 12-9:00 A.M. 4-H Club Team judging
-Beef.
cutua atviis.An ou wn t o see the 1t Annua Frid Elctia e.B9:0AM ouhB!atlug




Brahman, Charbray, Charolais, Hereford and Shorthorn classes, and may have Brangus and Santa Gertrudis on exhibition should breeders wish to show them. It will also have a larger steer show, with individual entries from 4-H, FFA and Adult exhibitors, and car-lots from some of Florida's commercial feedlots.
Since this year's dates "straddle" a weekend, January 20-25-designed to allow the steer buyers to make their purchases on Monday and the public to see the cattle on Saturday and Sundaythe show will not start until Wednesday morning. (It will immediately follow the Ocala Bull Sale, also at the Southeastern Pavilion, which will be held on Tuesday, January 19).
Breeding cattle must be entered on An example of worm infected cattle that endangers the industry. Wednesday morning, prior to 9 a.m.,
says Louis Gilbreath, general manager
-but some may come in earlier by special arrangement. The steers, however, will not be received until Thursday morning, with a similar 9 a.m. deadline.
Schedule for the Southeastern follows: Wednesday, January 20, judging of New drench proves more effective Brahman cattle slated for 10 a.m., and
Shorthorn judging to begin at 2 p.m.; in killing intestinal worms Thursday, steer entries both individual
and carlots to be received up till 9 a.m., MANY LIVESTOCK producers are beginning suits, with the sifting and weighing of steers
to realize the great losses occurring from Research indicates there are no im- to follow immediately; 10 a.m. Angus internal parasites in animals. Several portant parasites in the system until the judging and at 2 p.m. Herefords; Frimillion dollars of livestock income are fourth stomach is reached. In ordinary day, steer judging at 9 a.m., with Charlost annually through weight losses, in- drenches a great portion of the dose is olais judging at 1 p.m., followed by ability pf cattle to get proper nourish- lost or absorbed before it reaches the Charbray judging at 3 p.m.; Junior meat from feed and a decrease in calv- fourth stomach. The small amount of judging contest beginning at 10 a.m. on ing-all traceable to worms, ordinary drench that goes into the fourth Saturday, January 23, with the cattle
Tapeworms, wire worms, bankrupt stomach lacks sufficient quantity to kill on display all Saturday afternoon and
worms and other common stomach resistant worms. Sunday for those wishing to see them,
worms which have been resistant to re- This improved cattle wormer is helping and the sale of fat steers to begin at gular treatments can now be safely and livestock men meet an increasing need 10 a.m., Monday, January 25. economically controlled. An easily ad- for combatting worm infections. There ministered drench which has resulted is no interference with normal chemical Palmetto... from extensive research is proving more and bacterial actions of the digestive highly effective in killing these intestinal processes when using Tena-Bov. It is THE MANATEE County Fair January 25worms. This new formula was inspired given on a full stomach. There is no 30 is probably Florida's largest county and developed when it became evident in weight loss as compared with drugs fair. Facilities are first class, and this many cases the cattle did not respond to which upset digestion by requiring a fast- year the largest cattle show in the hisusual treatments. The improved formula ing period, tory of the fair is expected (and good
is known as Tena-Bov. Dr. Rogers' Tena-Bov was developed ones have been held each year), with the
Numerous tests regarding the effective- and is manufactured by Texas Phenothia- Quarter Horse show added in for good ness of phenothiazine drench have proved zine Company, Fort Worth, Texas, one measure. that worm killing depends on getting a of the foremost researchers and manu- Judging will be in a tent, and the area great enough concentration of the dose factures of animal health products. The previously occupied by the show ring into the fourth stomach in sufficient distributor in this area is Cairo Livestock will be occupied by cattle. In additition quantity to produce the necessary re- Supplies, Box 334, Cairo, Georgia-ADV. to good beef shows, which have been traditional, the dairy show will feature spirited competition, particularly for the IBMA APPROVED Guernsey breed in which four herds are
entered. Another addition is the building of new wash racks for the cattle. A steer show and sale for juniors will again be held, reports W. H. Kendrick, county agent and fair manager. Feature of the cattle judging (both beef and dairy) Wednesday evening, January 27,
will be the presentation of the county distinguished service award to the perDPENnALe Agison (yet to be selected) who served Manatee agriculture best during 1959.
Schedule follows:
ASK YOUR DEALER OR JOBBER YOCAM BATTERIES, INC Youth beef cattle show, starting at
10 a.m., Tuesday, January 26, with WE OUTSELL... BECAUSE TAMPA MIAMI JACKSONVILLE youth dairy cattle show to begin
PENSACOLA ORLANDO, FLA. (Continued on page 48C)
WE OUT SERVE MOBILE, ALA. COLUMBUS, GA.
26 The Florida Cattleman







Koger Is Against... Hentges Is For...
by MARVIN KOGER by JAMES F. HENTGES, JR.
Dept. of Animal Husbandry, U. of F. Dept. of Animal Husbandry, U. of F.
To EXHIBITORS and show herdsmen, many of whom I count LIVESTOCK SHOWS have no substitute for their objectives, re
among my best friends, it is pointed out that I did not request gardless of whether they are one-day intra-county youth shows the job but was given the assignment of setting forth the "cons" for fat steers, week-long International breeding cattle shows of beef cattle shows as related to the needs of the commercial three-hour field-day events to compare bulls on performance beef producer. tests, or auctions where commercial sale bulls are graded bya
The prosecutor is paid to convict, not to laud, the accused. committee.
No apology should be offered, however, for the views stated; Before these objectives are listed which are intended to since many commercial producers and exhibitors alike have justify the future of shows, it should be pointed out that change expressed to me similar views on the matter. in most present-day shows are vital. Livestock shows, special
It is regretted that, because of the nature of the assignment, at county fairs, may be as good or as bad as the knowledge mostly negative views are expressed, without setting forth a and intentions of those conducting the shows. Livestock show constructive alternative. The latter was not the assignment, in the future should not be envisioned as the convention however, and space would not permit. So, with trembling and glamorous showring but as an event embracing many realistic fear of the wrath to come, we submit the following as to what and progressive contests, many of which may deal with such is wrong with beef cattle shows as they are now being con- inanimate objects as records, books and carcasses. ducted. Likewise, judges should change their standards of measureThe conditions which prevailed when shows were initiated meant in accordance with scientific progress. What heights o and were helpful no longer generally exist. Most of the breeds accomplishment can be reached, particularly in the eyes of t have been established. Both purebred and commercial pro- non-agrarian public, if the short-sighted critics of livestock ducers are well acquainted with breed characteristics, market shows will extend equal energy to showing for better beef rather demands, and the latest scientific developments in breeding, than beefing for better shows? marketing, and production The objectives of livesto
methods. Thus, cattle shows shows, as described in the follow
no longer have much educa- C O1 O ing paragraphs, are those whi
tional value. In many in- can be realized under proper
stances they serve as an ad- management and intention
junct for a carnival or a hence, they should not be acce
pleasure horse show. ed as accomplishments of pr
Advertising mediums have sentday shows.
changed until other methods Shows give the public, espe
are just as effective and much ally youth, a clearer picture
more economical than main- the ideal conformation and
gaining a show herd. To perpetuate cattle shows as they have dividuality of breeding cattle. Although production and p been conducted in the past is just as illogical as sponsoring formance records are of primary consideration, this serves stunt fliers as the major means of promoting the aviation guide them in their selection of breeding stock where it industry during the atomic age. important to avoid such uneconomic traits as faulty legs, sma
Shows perpetuate some type standards which have little or size for age, bad temperament, poor spring of ribs, features no relationship to the utility of the animal, and in some cases, the head associated with dwarfism, abnormal skeletal structure a negative relationship. At best, this distracts breeders from muscular peculiarities in the round that are thought to beu placing emphasis on economic merit. Frequently it leads the desirable inherent characteristics, and so on. purebred breeder to select for traits which are detrimental to Shows give commercial cattlemen an opportunity to coi the commercial producer, pare the excellence of the production of all registered breeder
It is not uncommon to hear breeders who maintain show within as large an area as possible. Local adult breeding cat herds, also judging team coaches, admit that because of showing shows which attract only a few exhibitors are a dead issue. A standards they have to show one kind but know that another limited number of regional shows, such as tri-county or larg! kind is more practical. Any good cowman knows that showring fairs, witAi entries open to the world offer real educational an winnings are not an indication of the utility of an animal for advertising value. producing beef under commercial conditions. This is especially true when cattle are tied, not as he
Shows encourage unsound and wasteful practices, such as groups, but by classes in the order of their placing with ea use of nurse cows and over-fitting of animals, with resultant animal clearly identified by a sign. This creates multiple detrimental effects. Also, the more desirable animals may be problems for the show management and the exhibitors butch withheld from the breeding herd so that they will make a better be done, at least for a limited time, immediately after t show record. Not only is this time lost, but frequently the judging is completed. animals are injured by over-fitting, and are not satisfactory The educational possibilities of such a system are tree' breeders after completing the show circuit. dous. Another objective of shows is to stimulate competitiC
Shows encourage unethical practices such as the widely among registered breeders for production of superior animal admitted "fudging" on birth dates, cutting and filling, and Such competition often results in a desire to learn wha showing animals in such a manner as to deliberately mask scientists can contribute toward improved breeding, feeding an faults. Emphasis on showring winnings results in some calves management practices. being recorded falsely as having sired by show winners. Shows present to feeder, breeder and packer a better under
Shows are a haven for many who are fanciers, promoters, standing of the most desirable carcass. Carcass contests *r and investors of funds which would otherwise be taxable. Many rapidly being established along with live competition off! of these know little and care less about the needs of the com- steers in adult shows. In the very near future the most covet mercial producer. By advertising their show winnings they sell awards may be for best carcass and best sire-group-of-carcss many, animals that should never enter into commercial herds. Shows can stimulate interest in newer, proved selecti' This has resulted in serious consequences, as evidenced by the methods by stating requirements for entry and standards f fact that few purebred cattle in some breeds will give enough judging to include minimum weight for age (the basis milk to raise a calf under commercial conditions. This situa- performance testing of bulls) and by emphasizing record tion cannot help but have a detrimental effect on commercial production classes like produce-of-dam, get-of-sire and sireproducers, since they rely on purebred breeders for most of best-group of carcasses. To prevent dishonesty, age can their bulls. determined by observing teeth, and parentage can be deterrn"'
It is a sad commentary but true that many commercial pro- by blood tests or registration certificates.
(Continued on page 89) (Continued on page 76B)
27A The Florida Cattle1




BRANGUS = Beef Profit!
'SS
ABERDEEN-ANGUS blood for Type, Longevity, and Premium Beef.
BRA14MAN blood for Size and Quick growth.
For Further Information About This Breed, Contact
EASTERN STATES BRANGUS ASSOCIATION
Frank Smith, Secretary, 2045 Siesta, Sarasota, Florida
INTERNATIONAL BRANGUS BREEDERS ASS'N
Livestock Exchange Building, Kansas City, Missouri




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4 Stilbosol is Eli Lilly and Company's trademark for diehyl
A few flipped switches put grain and roughage A circular feed bunk, serviced by a traveling auger mounted stilbestrol premix which Is manufactured and sold under exclusive license granted by Iowa Stale College Reseurdh
on a series of moving belts, which then deliver the in a 9" U-shaped trough, allows Ted Hebert of Pana, Illinois, Foundation, Inc., under its U.S. Paten No. 2751303. final ration to 300 head on the Harold Alfredson to push-button feed 100 cattle In 5 minutes. "I think a fellow farm near Big Rock, Illinois. Mechanization cuts an would be foolish to try and make money feeding cattle with- ELI LILLY AND COMPANY AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL hour or more hand operation to 15-20 minutes. out Stilbosol," this efficiency-minded feeder volunteered. PRODUCTS DIVISION INDIANAPOLIS 6, INDIA!A




The Brangus
Breed Story LOOK TO BRANGUS
Is Told
Dowdy outlines FOR MORE
breed rules AND BETTER
by JESSE L. DOWDY
Executive Secretary, International BEEF!
Brangus Breeders Association
THE BREED was officially recognized by the United States Department of Agri- Some of our brood cows.
culture, and the name Brangus, meaning an animal, black, polled and 3/8Brahman and 5/8-Angus, was patented to Clear Creek Ranch, Welch, Okla- We're Building for the Future...
homa City, Oklahoma.
American cattle history was made July 29, 1949, when cattlemen from 16 states We are in the process of building our Brangus herd for the future by breedand Canada met and organized the American Brangus breeders Association. Today ing our excellent foundation cows to the best available bulls. We plan to we have 845 members in 40 states, Can- enlarge our herd by saving nothing but the best heifers as replacement
ada, Mexico, Cuba, Australia, Central stock. We will only have a limited number of bulls for sale under our proAm~erica and most South American countries gressive management program because they really have to be good to
The Association-no w International be sold as a bull at Flying S Ranch.
Brangus Breeders Association, since February, 1958-has set up certain regula- Even though we won't have any breeding Brangus stock to sell for
tions pertaining to the breeding of Bran- some time to come, we'd like to take this opportunity to invite you to stop gus. These rules must be followed, if by the ranch at any time to look over our operation. You're always
the animals are to be enrolled, certified or registered. welcome!
Enrolled animals a r e (foundation stock) Brahman cows or bulls-Angus cows or bulls, used in crossing to produce Brangus (3/8-5/8).
Certified animals (intermediate crosses necessary to produce Brangus) are or Brangus animals which are produced
in multiple-sired herds. Frank Smith, Owner, Phone Rlngling 7-1176
Registered Brangus (3/8-5/8) are those animals which are 3/8 Brahman, 5/8 Angus, solid black, no horns and P. 0. Box 557,,arasota, Florida
have passed inspection by the Association inspector as to conformation, color RANCH LOCATED 20 MILES EAST OF SARASOTA ON STATE HIGHWAY 780
(Continued on page 76D)
__ .. Advertise Consistently!
BRANGUS COWS . present a com- W r i t e f o r Best on the market for winter feed lot programs.
bination of 3/8 Brahman-5/8 Angus FREE bulletin Prepares animals for fast, maximum gains.
breeding. Shown here are a group of on internal NON-TOXIC-MINERALIZED TONIC ADDED
Brangus brood cows as they survey the onaiternb- TH E RIRE Co.
photographer. parasite prob- THE PARITROPE CO.
photographer. lems. Box 5665 Stockyards Station Dept. Kansas City, Mo.
for January, 1960 29 ___________________




THESE TWO GO TOGETHERI SHORTHORN and
thes HLLN! POLLED SHORTHORN
BULLS
Red-White-and Roans
to be sold at auction
SMITH RANCH . had the grand F
Portable leads the way again with a chute for every village, shown here with Frank Smith. ir t A tlantic
need. Four sizes-14 models.
Shorthorn Show All Bull Sale
Winners Named Winchester, Va.-Farmers Live
SHORTHORN WINNERS at Putnam County stock Exchange pavilion
Fair, Palatka, Hernando County Fair, SAT., FEB., 13, 10:30 a.m.
Brooksville, and the Greater Jacksonville Fair-listed in order by classes, with Never before in history has there been as man number of entries in parentheses-were Shorthorn & tPolled Shorthorn bulls offered in thi
as follows: area for both the purebred breeder and the com
Palatka mecial cattleman.
All Shorthorn entries were by Smith Ranch, All registered. Consigned from the leading breeder Winter Haven-Junior yearling bulls (Oakwood from 10 states and Canada. Many from TB A Watchman was champion); Summer yearling credited and Bangs Certified herds. Several cal
Portable Truwate Livestock Scales-just the Sca!es bulls; Junior bull calves (White Plains champion o v you waited for. was reserve); Senior and junior grand and hood vaccinated.
reserve champions; Three bulls; Two-year-old Before You Buy, Write: heifers (Leader's Red Lady was champion); For your free catalog and additional i
Junior yearling heifers; Summer yearling heifers; MOGFORD INDUSTRIES Senior heifer calves; junior heifer calves; Senior formation write: H. W. Walker, Sale Ma
and junior grand and reserve champions; Two ager, 3906 East 71st Street, Indianapoli Crystal City, Texas females; Pair of yearlings; Get of sire: get of
Lynnwod Headline; Jr. get: (same as above). Indiana. Phone TI 9-2248.
Brooksville
Two-year-old bulls-(1): Ferongra Gold Star Florida's Top Livestock Show Place (grand champion), Ferongra Acres, Leesburg; SH O R T H O R N S
Senior yearling bulls-(l): Ferongra Rosewood Dates: 1960 All-Breed Bull Sale, Jan. 19; (reserve grand champion), Ferongra; Junior including our senior herd sire
1960 SE Fat Stock Show & Sale, Jan. 20-25. yearling bulls-(1): Ferongra Lustre, Ferongra;
Three bulls-(l): Ferongra; Two bulls-(l): Fer- LOUADA CHALLENGER,
ongra; aebs t
go t or nSeranior yearling heifers-(1): Creekland Red are best at:
Rose (grand champion), Ferongra; Junior year- Loch Leve Farm
Fat Stock Show & Sale, Inc. ling heifers-(l): Ferongra Candy Bess (reserve
Phone: MA 9-1255-MA 2-7730 grand champion), Ferongra; Get of sire-(1): Howard Simpson, Owner
OCALA FLORIDA Get of Creekland Golden Star, Ferongra; Mount Dora Ph. EV 2-4224
Jacksonville
Two-year-old bulls-(1): Jacklen Bank Standard (senior champion), Jacklen Farms, Plant A dt+ City; Junior yearling bulls-(3): Oakwood Watchman (junior champion and grand champion), H. L. & P. N. Smith, Winter Haven; Allardice e as
Lieutenant, Boll Weevil Plantation, Waynesboro, Ar Georgia; Calrossie Outlook 2nd, Boll Weevil; Senior yearling bulls-(2): Matador (reserve ZSI E junior champion and reserve grand champion), .
Boll Weevil; Aberfeldy Ambassador, Smith; Senior bull calves-(3): Typhoon, Boll Weevil; THAT FLORIDA NEEDS Upson's Ocean Wave 2nd, Boll Weevil; Supreme,
Jacklen; Junior bull calves-(5): Calrossie Ocean
SCALE
THAT FLORIDA NEEDS M
QUALITY
THAT FLORIDA NEEDS
YOU FIND ALL THREE ONLY IN *
SHORTHORNS Add P0UNq to your
S calf cropFor further information, contact
Florida Shorthorn 'to our
cBreeders' Ass'n rossbreeding
Breeders' Ass'n JACKLEN. . Farms showed the grand program
Mrs. H. L. Smith, Secretary champion Shorthorn female at Jackson- Write
300 Lake Elbert Drive ville, shown with G. W. Ruis at the AMERICAN
WINTER HAVEN, FLA. halter.SHORTHORN ASS'N
30 The Florida Cattleman OMAHA 7, NEBRASKA




Free Information
Yes, we'll give you free
information on how to set up
equipment for
RESERVE . champion bull at Jack- supplementary molasses feeding.
sonville was this Boll Weevil entry,
shown with H. E. Lyons. And, we guarantee expert
Wave 4th, Boll Weevil; Jacklen Facination, Jack- advice on what NOT to do in setting
len; Jacklen Express Mercury, Jacklen; Group winners were: Get of sire-(3): Get of Calrossie Ocean Wave, Boll Weevil; WL Bank Up such equipment.
Standard, Jacklen; Lynnwood Headline Smith; Junior get of sire- (3): Get of WL Bank Standard 8th, Jacklen; Calrossie Ocean Wave, Boll Weevil; Lynnwood Headline, Smith; Three buls Our years of experience in the
-(4): Boll Weevil; Boll Weevil; Jacklen; Smith; years
Two bulls-(4): Boll Weevil; Boll Weevil; Jack- molasses business has
len; Jacklen; molasses business has
Two-year-old heifers-(2): Lo Mar Clipper 12th (senior champion), Boll Weevil; Leaders Red taught us all the "don'ts."
Lady (reserve senior champion), Smith; Senior yearling heifers-(1): Grove Ridge Secret lIM, Smith; Junior yearling heifers-(3): Susanna's Lady Ramsden, Boll Weevil; S.R. Red Clara, Smith; Jacklen Romo Beauty 2nd, Jacklen; Sorry molasses can't be free too!
Summer yearling heifers-(3): Susanna's Secret 2nd (reserve junior champion and reserve grand But we are at least
champion), Boll Weevil; Brownth Betsy 2nd, Boll Weevil; SR Cherry Maid, Smith; Senior heifer calves-(3): Jacklen Queen Beauty (junior competitive
champion and grand champion), Jacklen; SR Broadhooks, Smith; SR Red Beauty, Smith; in that department.
Junior heifer calves-(4): Pauline's Juliet, Boll Weevil; Jacklen Rose Princess, Jacklen; SR Golden Secret, Smith;
Female group winners were: Two females- And it doesn't cost
(4): Jacklen; Boll Weevil; Smith Ranch; One pair of yearlings and one heifer-(4): Boll Weev- f d
11; Smith: Pair of calves-(4): Boll Weevil; Jack- to ee moasses,
len; Jacklen; Smith. it Pays!
Burgner Molasses Company
821 North Canal Street
Jacksonville, Florida
P. O. Box 2277 Phone ELgin 4-0109
BOLL WEEVIL . also had the reserve champion female at Jacksonville, EM
posed by Lyons.
FERONGRA ACRES
L SHORTHORNS For
*ufl POLLED SHORTHORNS
QUARTER HORSES SHORTHORNS
. .. ADAMS, A ABWNER R BREEDING STOCK AVAILABLE
BOX 890 Dr. H. D. Young, Owner
DOTHAN, ALABAMA Ph. STate 7-4324, LEESBURG, FLA.
Farm located 3 miles so. of Webster off Hwy 50
Polled Shorthorn Bulls Registered Polled Shorthorns
"Breeders Since 1947" 'A IL FARM
Cross your cows with bulls that will make OAK H ILL FARM
heavier calves and won't drain your pocketbook. Write Mark A. Saunders, Manager, Rt.
FERONGRA ACRES . exhibited the Orangewood Stock Farm 1, Box 77, Lloyd, Fla. Farm in Leon
top Shorthorn bull at Brooksville, shown C. B. Rodenberg, Rt. 2, Box 158, Orlando, Fla. County 18 miles east of Tallahassee and
with D. A. Story at the halter, 5 mi. north of Orlando on Hwy. 441, at the Ri-Mar 4 miles south of Miccosukee on Rt. 59.
Show turn west and look for my sign. It I s only Rt. 1, Box 77, LLOYD, FLORIDA for January, 1960 31 500 feet off 441 west of the show. Ph. GA 5-6152. Rt.-1, Box 77, LLOYD FLORIDA




Competition
Four Times Champion Is Keen at
Is Keen at
Beef Shows
THREE OPEN beef cattle shows held i AN the state during November featured fiv
breeds from Florida and out-of-sta ranches.
The three shows were: Putnam Count) Fair, held at Palatka, November 9-14 Hernando County Fair, at Brooksville November 10-14; and the Greater Jack sonville Fair, November 12-21. Breed champions-listed in order b events-were as follows: Palatka Angus-Caroland Bandoli Lad 100, grand champion bull, Caroland Farms, Landrum, South Carolina; Bala. bandella E2, grand champion female Lookout Plantation, Bonifay; Caroland Bandolier Lad 302, reserve grand char pion bull, Caroland Farms; Glen-rWitch 5th, reserve grand champion f male, M & M Ranch, Loxahatchee; OAKWOOD WATCHMAN Palatka Brahmans-ADSAmmonde
Emperor, grand champion bull, A. Dud & Sons, Oviedo; WHS Miss Rex, grand Grand Champion Shorthorn bull at North Florida Fair, champion female, W. H. Stuart Ranch
Bartow; WHS Esto Imperator, reser Tallahassee, Sumter All Florida Breeders Show, Web- grand champion bull, Stuart; WHS Lady
ster, Putnam County Fair, Palatka, and Greater Jack- Esto Imperator, reserve grand champion
female, Stuart;
sonville Fair, Jacksonville. Palatka Herefords-LL Larry Domino
93, grand champion bull, L. T. Langford Plant City; Miss Larry Domino 131 At the recent International Livestock Show at Chicago we purchased five grand champion female, Langford; Cree top animals: Kickapoo Highland Laird, Kickapoo Orange Blossom, Glen Heir 7th, reserve grand champion bu
Cove Maid, Glen Cove Mindy, and Sandoon Princess Norma. B. N. Kirkland & Sons, Lakeland; M
Larry Domino 144, reserve grand charn Why don't you stop by and inspect our entire herd? pion female, Langford;
Why don't you stop by and inspect our entire herd? Palatka Shorthorns-A ll Shortho entries were from Smith Ranch, Winte CTH RANCHHaven: Oakwood Watchman, grand (Continued on page 98)
H. L. & P. N. Smith, Owners Phone CY 3-2930 300 Lake Elbert Drive Garland Snyder and Frank Smith, Herdsmen Here's Your Guid
WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA
RANCH FIVE MILES NORTHEAST ON LAKE HAMILTON PICTURES OF champions and comp
show results of Putnam County Fa Palatka; Hernando County FTa Brooksville; and the Greater Ja sonville Fair may be found in t individual breed sections of t SHORTHORNS SHORTHORNS & POLLED SHORTHORNS magazine.
MYou will not find pictures of Matured Acclimated for sale at reasonable prices. Florida bred and winners at Palatka since the fi
Rugged Commercial Bulls raised bulls. Open and bred heifers by InternaSemen-Tested tional Congress Champion, W L Bank Standard 8th. along with camera and all equipma
-were stolen from THE CATTI BEARDSLEY FARMS Jacklen Farms car during the night after pictr
were taken. The break-in and .h P. O. Box 848, Phone YUkon 2-7501 Phones: Business 2-4151, Home 3-8091, Farm 3-6588 was committed in Kissimmee ho CLEWISTON FLORIDA Keen & Sam Allen Roads, Plant City, Florida ever-not Palatka.
Your guide for complete resu and pictures in this issue is follows:
Florida-type Shorthorns PRINTING! rAngus-pages 97A and 97B;
See Us for Good Breeding Stock Brahman-pages 48D, 49 and 5
ASHBOURNE RANCH Rely on The Cattleman Charolais-page 84;
ASHBOURNE RANCH Press for all your Shorthorn-pages 30 and 31.
Owned by Ashbourne Realty & Land Develop- p Shorthorn-pages 30 and 31.
ment Corp. Paul Knowles, Mgr., Phone printing needs.
CR 6-4680 (day) or CR 6-4808 (night).
341 SE 2D AVE., DELRAY BEACH, FLORIDA BOX 891 KISSIMMEE, FLA.
Located 3 mi. S. of Delray Road on State Road 7 32 The Florida Cattle




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Any way you look at it...
Minerals are a Must for Florida Cattle
AND, Hector's years of experience in formulating minerals for
soils of South Florida is valuable to your mineral feeding program.
MINERAL MIXTURES TO MEET YOUR NEEDS
Hector's South Florida Sand Range Mineral,
Hector's Hi-Pro Mineral Supplement rofi
Hector's Muck Range Mineral
All of these mineral mixtures are highly palatable and phenothiazine can be included in any of them.
Phones:
Boca Raton
4190 A DIVISION OF HECTOR SUPPLY CO.
4187 DEERFIELD BEACH, FLORIDA
BRANCH WAREHOUSE at OKEECHOBEE Phone RO 6-1181-




Ocala Bull
NOW AVAILABLE! SiStated F ida's
All in one Bag ... the Benefits of al S a e F h.i. '
PELLETED FEED For Jan. 19
FLAKED CORN
STEAM CRIMPED OATS IT'LL BE the largest all-bull sale-184 are
catalogued in all-in the history of Flor- G e t s
When You Feed ida-the best opportunity ever presented
to Florida cowmen to satisfy a big share
X-TRA-GOOD of their bull needs at one event.
That's the word from Sale Manager
Pelleted-Flaked Doug Oswald of Ocala on the 1960 edi- Sl
tion of the Ocala Bull Sale on January 16%, 18% or 20% Protein 19, an event which is sponsored for commercial cattlemen by the Marion County DAIRY FEEDS Cattlemen's Association.
As usual, all bulls will be graded, this
time by a committee composed of: Jay
B. Starkey, St. Petersburg; Lat Turner, Sarasota; P. E. Williams, Davenport; Ralph Cellon, Alachua; and Jim Pace, the extension animal husbandman from Gainesville. Purebred
The 184 bulls entered are consigned by
herds from throughout the South. 64 Hereford bulls are in the catalog, 71 Angus, 27 Shorthorns, 15 Brahmans, one Charolais, two Charbray, and one Santa Bl
Gertrudis.
Bulls will be graded and sifted on
Monday, January 18, the day before the sale, and each grade will be stamped on 84 the bull before selling. Grades will be, as in the past, "A," "B," "C" and "D," with the "D" bulls being rejected. H ead
Sale time is 12 noon, Tuesday, Janu- C a GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: ary 19, and the bulls will be on display
CRUDE PROTEIN, not less than. .20.00% all morning. talogued
CRUDE FAT, not less than ...... 3.00% Consignors to the auction include: CRUDE FIBER, not more than.... 8.00% Herefords-Houston Hereford Farm, Perry, Georgia; Jo-Su-Li Farms, Col- HUNDREDS
quitt, Georgia; Haisten Hereford Ranch, Of Florida
Brundidge, Alabama; Cock 0' Walk INGREDIENTS: Flaked Corn, Crimped Ranch, McIntosh; R. W. Shuman, Plant Commercial
Oats, Soybean Oil Meal, Linseed Oil City; E. R. Woodbury, Summerfield; Meal, Corn Gluten Feed, Wheat Bran, Caw Caw Plantation, Orangeburg, South Cowmen
Peanut Meal, Cottonseed Meal, D-Acti- Carolina; Santa Fe River Ranch, Alavated Plant Sterol, (Source of Vitamin chua; Circle T Ranch, Clermont; Fin- Have Bought
D2), Cane Molasses, and 3% X-Tra- Crest Hereford Farm, Raleigh, North Bulls
Good Mineral, (Steamed Bone Meal, Carolina; A. S. Garber, Summerfield;
Calcium Carbonate, Iron Oxide, Salt, Still House Hollow Farm, Hume, Vir- Af These
Manganese Sulphate, Copper Sulphate, North 96 Hereford Ranch, Ninety-Six, Cobalt Carbonate, Potassium Iodide). Angus-Zetrouer's Stock Farm, Micanopy; M and M Ranch, Loxahatchee; Modeled
FOR BIGGER PROFITS, USE 0. D. Huff, McIntosh; Circle R Ranch,
Lake City; University of Florida, Gaines- After
ville; West Central Florida Experiment The Famed
Station, Brooksville; Shorthorns-Howard Simpson, Mount Red Bluff
DEPENDABLE QUALITY FEEDS Dora; Dr. H. D. Young, Leesburg; Jacklen Farms, Plant City; CF Ranch, Win- Sale in
ter Garden; Paul Ragans, Madison; Rowe and Company, Fort Lauderdale; California
Brahmans-W. H. Stuart, Bartow; "Whre
FLO R ID A Raymon Tucker, Bunnell; Clyde J. "Wher
F E E D M I L L S, I N C Keys, St. Petersburg; Bar D Ranch, Or- Quality
lando; West Central Florida station; 2762 West Beaver Street Charolais and Charbray-K Bar Ranch, Is Plainly
P. 0. Box 2331 Zephyrhills;
Telephone: EVergreen 8-2608 Santa Gertrudis-West Central Florida Marked"
Jacksonville, Fla. station.
_ _ 34 The Florida Cattleman /.-




OFFERING 184 REGISTERED BULLS!
'Where Quality Is Plainly Marked'
12 NOON, TUESDAY, JANUARY 19,1960
SOUTHEASTERN LIVESTOCK PAVILION
OCALA, FLORIDA
All Breeds of Bulls Sell!
Herefords Brahmans
Angus Charbray
Shorthorns Charolais
Santa Gertrudis
All Bulls Will Be Graded and Sifted the Day Before the Sale and Grades Will Be Stamped on Each of the Bulls Selling
Grading Committee This Year Is Composed of: Jay B. Starkey, St. Petersburg; Lat Turner, Sarasota; P. E.
Williams, Davenport; Ralph Cellon, Alachua; Jim Pace, Extension Animal Husbandman, Gainesville
SPONSORED BY MARION COUNTY CATTLEMEN'S ASSOCIATION
For Information Contact D. H. Oswald, Box 603, Ocala, Florida




BLACKSTRAP MOLASSES
We are happy to announce the registration and availability of two more blackstrap molasses mixtures. This gives us a total of four blackstrap molasses mixtures, in addition to our USSC'S HEAVY BLACKSTRAP MOLASSES, namely; "USSC'S UREAFORTIFIED BLACKSTRAP MOLASSES"; "USSC'S PHENOTHIAZINE IN UREA-MINERAL-BLACKSTRAP-MIX NO. 2"; "USSC'S PHENOTHIAZINE IN MINERAL-BLACKSTRAP-MIX NO. 3"; and "USSC'S MINERAL-BLACKSTRAP-MIX No. 4". The following is to assist you in properly evaluating our heavy blackstrap and blackstrap mixes.
ENERGY: The Nitrogen-free Extract content in our blackstrap molasses is *64.0%, as compared to 65.3% for ground snapped corn.
TOTAL DIGESTIBLE NUTRIENTS (T.D.N.): Based on the values in Table 1 of the Appendix of the 22nd Edition of Morrison's "Feeds and Feeding," 5 pounds of USSC'S HEAVY BLACKSTRAP MOLASSES has an equivalent T.D.N. value of 4.33 pounds of a feed mixture consisting of: 1 pound of 41% cottonseed meal and 3.33 pounds of ground snapped corn. 5 pounds of either of our blackstrap molasses mixes, containing urea, has the equivalent T.D.N. value of 4.75 pounds of a feed mixture consisting of: 1 pound of 41% cottonseed meal and 3.75 pounds of ground snapped corn. PROTEIN: We guarantee a minimum of 7.0% crude protein in our heavy blackstrap molasses which has a Total Digestible Protein of *4.7%. In the blackstrap mixtures containing urea, we guarantee a crude protein, or protein equivalent, of 15.0% and the estimated Total Digestible Protein is in excess of 11%.
*Reference: Table No. 1 of Appendix in the 22nd Edition of Morrison's "Feeds and Feeding"
MINERALS AND VITAMINS: Minerals have been added to each of the blackstrap-mineral mixes referred to above (Mixes No. 2, 3 and 4), to the extent that one can reasonably assume that cattle, consuming 4 or 5 pounds of either of these mixtures per day, as a supplement to grass, will be re-. ceiving their minimum daily requirements of each of the essential minerals known to be deficient. in our Florida grasses. However, in the case of cobalt, 4 or 5 pounds of either of the three mixtures would deliver the equivalent of approximately double the daily minimum requirements. In the case of vitamins, blackstrap molasses is the richest natural source. Set out in table form below, are the guaranteed minimum content of minerals and vitamins for Blackstrap Mixes No. 2, 3 and 4.
GUARANTEED MINIMUMS REGISTERED WITH THE STATE OF FLORIDA MINERALS: Percent VITAMINS: Per Pound
Iron (Fe), not less than ........................ 0.02 Thiamine (B1) .......................... 0.226 Mg
Calcium (Ca), not less than .................... 0.85 Riboflavin (B2) ........................... 1.02 Mg
Phosphorus (P), not less than .................. 0.34 Biotin ................................. 0.907 Mg
Copper (Cu), not less than .................... 0.005 Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (B6) ............. 2.44 Mg
Cobalt (Co), not less than ...................... 0.00002 Pantothenic Acid ........................ 10.0 Mg.
Magnesium (Mg), not less than ................ 0.50 Niacin .. ................................ 7.7 Mg
Manganese (Mn), not less than ................ 0.001 Vitamin B12 ........................... 0.0035 Mg
Aluminum (Al), not less than .................. 0.02 Vitamin C ............................. 13.6 Mg
Vitamin K ............................. 0.028 Mg
Vitamin E ................ ............ 16.3 Int. Units.
PARASITE CONTROL: Low-level phenothiazine has been added to both Blackstrap-Mixes No. 2 and 3!. at the rate of two grams for each 5 pounds of mix, as an aid in the control of internal parasites. According to researchers, the continuous low-level feeding of from 1-1/2 to 2 grams of phenothiazine: per day, prevents the development of eggs and larvae of internal parasites. For the best results, or control of internal parasites, one should drench his cattle with therapeutic doses of phenothiazine, before the inauguration of the continuous low-level feeding. OTHER FEATURES: Blackstrap molasses is recognized as the best appetizer for livestock, causing cattle to eat more and make more efficient use of the available grass. The heavy concentrated form of our blackstrap makes it possible to provide several day's, or, as much as a week's supply, at one time, in unsheltered troughs and, due to its heavy viscous nature, under normal conditions, cattle will self. restrict themselves to reasonable daily consumption. COST ADVANTAGE: The national market price relationship of blackstrap molasses with other supplements of comparable feed value, is most favorable. Cattlemen of South and Central Florida, have the added advantage of being close to the source of production. The cost of sufficient molasses, to supply 4 pounds per day, per animal, for a period of 120 days, on an f.o.b. Clewiston basis, would be approxii mately $7.00 at today's market price, depending, of course, on the particular mixture selected. During the greater part of the year, and certainly during the winter months, energy, minerals, and, under most conditions, protein, are limiting factors and, during such periods, supplementary feeding is a must for maximum efficiency in a cattle operation. Our Sales Department will be pleased to quotO you our current prices or arrange for transport-truck deliveries at your request, or to supply you an' additional information.
United States Sugar Corporation
CLEWISTON Telephone: YUkon 2-1501




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AT YOUR SERVICE:
Complete Production Records!
7i
We have complete production records available We'd be most happy to have you visit the for your inspection on all Santa Gertrudis born into ranch and see these cattle and inspect our records. our herd. Through these records we can give you Let us hear from you! information about our older animals.
R. D. KEENE
LAZY R BAR RANCH
Kirby Hancock, Foreman, Phone TI Iden 7-2400 Ranch Located on Boggy Creek Road, Three Miles East of Kissimmee
Kissimmee, Florida
MEMBER: SANTA GERTRUDIS BREEDERS INTERNATIONAL, FLORIDA SANTA GERTRUDIS ASSOCIATION




Directory
Lists SG Interested in 5;ata qjertrudi4?
Breeders
(*) marks Florida
Ass'n members
ADAMS, JOHN T., Route 1, Box 355, Sarasota
BENDIGO, MRS. IRMA L., Route 2, Ft. Myers
BLOUNT & HYDE, 637 NE 7th Street, Pompano
Beach, phone WEbster 3-7558, Bruce B. Blount and Dr. A. Q. Hyde, owners, Bruce B. Blount, manager Ranch located 2 miles west of State Road 7 at Deerfield Intersection. Herd was established in 1951 and consists of 50 brood
cows, with herd sires Titanic and two sons of "PICNIC BOY"-our No. 252
Tornado. ()
BLUEFIELDS RANCH, Box 1536, Delray Beach,
Stewart andPhlpIgeatowrsRnc
located near PhiliPOkeecInglehart, wasnestablishedRanch This is the Florida bred bull you have been hearing about-the one that has been getk941. (*s ting such wide publicity. In the official, government feed trials at Brooksville, as a
BOWEN, DR. LOUIS R., P.O. Box 905, Eustis. yearling, he gained 487 pounds in 140 days-32 pounds per day-and was the top CANNON'S C-BAR RANCH, R.F.D. San An- bull out of 75 in the test. He was awarded Santa Gertrudis Breeeders International
tonio. Ranch located one mile east of San Gain Record certificate Number One. He now heads one of our single sire herds.
Antonio. D. E. Cannon & Son, owners. () CHRISTIAN, RAYMOND, Rocking C Ranch,
Clewiston. (*)
CLASS, JACK G., 4290 Fifth Avenue, St. Petersburg (*)For Saile
COX, NORMAN (See Gulf Coast Farms)
CREWS, HARRISON & PAULINE, 117 Dee
Boulevard, Auburndale. We have about 40 young bulls-yearlings-from single sire herds that are now-or soon
CROWLEY FARMS, Myakka City, J. E. Crow- will be-ready to deliver to your ranch. This is an opportunity for purebred breeders,
lay, owner. (*) and commercial cattlemen alike, to select and acquire promising future herd sires.
DANIELS, RUSSELL, Oakland Park. (4) Come see our good SANTA GERTRUDIS CATTLE.
DANNY FARMS, Lake City. W. E. Bishop,
manager.
DIAMOND H RANCH, Leesburg, H. C. Hopson & Son, owners. Phones AT 7-4123 or ST 7-1824. Ranch located on State Road 44, seven miles east of Leesburg. Herd established in 1950. Herd sire is El Toro, bred by Gerald S. E. Thatcher
Harrison, Lake Village, Arkansas. (*) EATMON AND SMITH, 800 N.E. 18th Street,Fort Lauderdale. ( PICNIC GROVE AND RANCH, INC.
ELTROSE FARMS, 209 South Olive Avenue, WestOffice: 3002 NE First Court Phone: FRanklin 4-1794
FERNSELL, CHARLES C., 150 Seminole Avenue, West Palm Beach. Miami, Florida
FLYING J RANCH, Stuart. Jack A. James, owner.
FLYING R RANCH, 7500 S.W. 53rd Place, Mi- RANCH AT PICNIC, 18 MILES SOUTH OF PLANT CITY IN HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY ami, Phone MOhawk 1-7752. Fred S. Robbins, owner. Ranch located 1/4 mile south of Belle L. P. KEEN, MANAGER, Phone Tampa 49-5547
Glade on State Road 80. (*) (Continued on page 46) CHARTER MEMBER: Santa Gertrudis Breeders International
CHARTER MEMBER: Florida Santa Gertrudis Association* Recorded Herd No. 55
Advertise! YOU'LL NET MORE by selling
direct to us, due to less shrinkage and less bruising. Let us bid on your cattle. Contact
Dr. Roy A. Bair, Ph. D.
AGRICULTURAL JONES-CHAMBLISS
CONSULTANT COMPANY
2135 Forest St., Phone ELgin 5-5534
Ensilage Production 0 Pasture JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
Problems 0 Ranch Capabilities SOUTH AND CENTRAL FLORIDA
BEEFY HEIFER... is this Santa Ger- Advice 0 Soil Fertility 0 Chemical Phone Dick Howell, Bartow 2-6551
rudis female owned by Velbertan Lake Treatments Research 9 NIGHTS OR SUNDAYS
Ranch of Odessa. WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA Phone A. H. (Fred) Goedert, Jr.,
256 Alhambra Place, Phone JUstice 2-2933 Jax FL 9-7001
or January, 1960 39 _




Hopson Elected by
We're in a Santa Gertrudis Group
New location Alto Adams, Jr., serves as guest speaker
BUT at annual meet; Brooksville bull sale
We still have is subject of discussion
the same fine THE ECTION of H. C. Hopson as presi- of testing was brought up and discussed.
dent and approval of a bull sale-to be Members agreed to have a committee held after the Brooksville feed trials- meet with Experiment Station personnel ood brood cows were the two main items of business at and try to work out arrangements for a
the annual meeting of Florida Santa sale. (See story about sale elsewhere in
Gertrudis Association at Delray Beach, this issue.) and herd sires December 2. The breeders were interested in a sale
Florida Cattlemen's Association's im- following the test since the majority of mediate past president, Alto Adams, Jr., bulls on test are Santa Gertrudis. that produced such was a guest at the meeting, which was A poll was taken of members at the
held at Panuleta Farms, and spoke briefly meeting to determine how many bulls to the group on the importance of the would be available for such a sale. It ood calf crops FCA to all cattlemen and the importance was decided that about 35 bulls could
of purebred breeders to commercial cow- be sold. men. Charles Dempsey was elected to refor us in the The slate of officers submitted by the present the Florida association on the
nominating committee was elected un- nominating committee of Santa Gertrudis
animously. Along with Hopson,the follow- Breeders International. Perseverance ing officers were elected: W. W. Leavine, Dempsey reported that he would attend
vice president; and S. E. Thatcher, trea- a committee meeting in Texas the followsurer. J. Arthur Pancoast was appointed ing week and planned to recommend that Ranch operation. as secretary, by directors. SGBI pay 25 percent of the cost-not to
Six directors were also elected. These exceed $500-for sending 8-12 Santa Gerincluded Charles Dempsey, Fred S. Rob- trudis cattle to shows at Chicago, Denver, Come and see bins, Harold McLeod, Bruce Blount, Z. Kansas City and San Francisco. The
H. Patterson and Dick McPherson. cattle would be part of a Santa Gertrudis
these fine cattle During committee reports, the com- exhibit at these shows.
mittee in charge of Santa Gertrudis Adams, in discussing the importance
entries in the Brooksville feed trials an- of FCA, asked members to take a more nounced that 48 bulls were on test. Then active part in the cattlemen's association: the idea of having a sale at the conclusion "The FCA deals with problems which
Ranch is located
1/4 mile South of
Belle Glade on
State Road 80.
FLYING R
RANCH
Fred S. Robbins, Owner Phone MOhawk 1-7752
7500 SW 53rd Place
Miami, Florida
HARLEY WATSON .. is the proud owner of these fine Santa Gertrudis brood W. S. "Buster" Ingram, Herdsman cows. This Arcadia breeder also has a commercial cattle operation located near
Canal Point.
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Beef Cattle Offer
MAXIMUM EFFICIENCY A
OVERALL FLESHING QUALITY RESISTANCE TO HEAT AND PESTS EASY AND GENTLE HANDLING
PREPOTENCY
RUGGEDNESS AND HARDINESS OUTSTANDING MILK PRODUCTION FAST GAINS ON GRASS ALONE INCREASED DRESSING PERCENTAGES TANGIBLE RETURNS TO THE CATTLEMAN SOUND BEEF-PRODUCING PROGRAM




GULF COAST FARMS, INC.
The Home of Titanic
YEARLING ... Santa Gertrudis bulls shown here are owned by S. E. Thatch.
er's Picnic Grove and Ranch.
are common to all cattlemen-commercial or purebred. Problems which now fa the cattlemen of the state include tax ation and disease control. The pres capital gain setup on breeding stock I due to past efforts of FCA. Now we need the help of everyone on Ban' eradication.
"We appreciate the assistance given by King Ranch and other Santa Ger trudis breeders on the calfhood vaccine tion program. On this subject, I thi that anyone who wants test and slaughter A Sire You'll Remember! should have it but it should not be en.
forced on everyone as USDA wants it." "Another problem is selling your pro duct," Adams said. "Bull prices tie in with the price of beef, so commercial and purebred cattlemen can't get too close together," he added.
BULLS FOR SALE He stated also that money spent for
bulls is the most important money a commercial cowman spends. A vote of appreciation for Dempsey and Pancoast was unanimous. Both wer Sorry, we're out of 3-year- old bulls lauded for thir hospitality-Dempsey for
the Santa Gertrudis field day held at Palmer Ranch in June and Pancoast fo hosting the annual meeting. Incomin President Hopson said he would like add a vote of thanks to Pancoast for G ul C o st Far s, unsuccessful past year as president of ti
association. Everyone agreed. General Offices: Norman Cox, Pres., Phone EDison 4-4521 Members decided to wait until ths
directors meet at the State Fair for dis Ranch: Harold McLeod, Mgr., Phone OWens 8-2665 cussion and selection of a summer mee
Fort Myers, Florida ing site.
The meeting was held at Pancoast' Panuleta Farms near Delray Beach pn members had a chance to look over a-neP type barn and some fine Santa Gertrud' January 10th-February Copy Deadline cattle while there.
You can help us get in the mails on time.. .on the 25th of the month. All news items and all advertising copy should be in our office by the ioth Pond W after Purified of the month. Advertisers desiring preferred location in the magazine Vile t
can help their situation, and ours, by sending copy on in advance of By Ultra Violet Ray
this date. ULTRA VIOLET energy provides a simple
trouble-free means of purifying poll water for household use, according preliminary tests at the Oklahoma Agri Visitors Welcome- Nothing for Sale as Yet cultural Experiment Station. Studies in
dicate that a 15-watt germicidal lamp wi purify 1-1/2 to two gallons of water Pe
BLOUNT & HYDE, Santa Gertrudis Breeders minute.
Bruce B. Blount and Dr. A. Q. Hyde PART-TIME FARMERS may now obt
loans from the PHA if they meet ot 637 NE 7th Street, Pompano Beach, Florida eligibility requirements, USDA announ
ed in December.
42 The Florida Cattleni




Production
Of Beef in SANTA GERTRUDIS are
SE Increases building a bigger and better future for the cattle inSanta Gertrudis dustry by producing more
growth good beef at less cost.
by JIM COMPTON
Public Relations, Santa Gertrudis
Breeders International
THE LAST decade has seen a large increase in beef cattle population in the These are the type Santa GerSoutheastern United States.
Some of the settings have been strange. trudis that are doing the job. Grown-over cotton land, worn-out peanut The bull (above) is one of fields, scanty timber land and many one- our sons of Duke No. 11. He horse farms have been turned into ranching operations, practical methods are be- was reserve grand champion ing used, improvements are being added at Tampa last year and he and beef production in the Southeast is also had the top get of sire. on the move.
Though the beef cattle population The heifer (right) was first in from Virginia to Florida to Louisiana her class at Tampa and showgained only slightly or none at all in ed well at Orlando and Kis1958, the years prior since 1948 saw a great trend in movement from the West simmee. See our show herd to the East, particularly during the bad at Tampa, Orlando and Kisdrouth years in the West. It is apparent simmee this year. that quantity beef production is permanent in the southeastern area of the United States.
Much of the interest in beef produclion in the states of the Southeast can WE HAVE FOR SALE
be attributed to the introduction of purebred Santa Gertrudis herds there. Rec- 10 two-year-o u ready for service
words of Santa Gertrudis Breeders Inter-
national reveal a membership of more 35 oM h efer
than 130 in this area. This is an impressive number when it is noted that a decade ago there was probably less than 15 purebred herds. Also, this membership figure does not include breeders in these states who are not members of the association, but have small purebred MR. & MRS. W. W. LEAVINE
herds or are using purebred Santa Ger- Box I78, Odessa, Fla.
trudis bulls in commercial herds. Phone Tampa WEbster 0-2881 Leonard Godwin, Herdsman
Santa Gertrudis growth in the South- RANCH LOCATED ON BOY SCOUT RD., 3 MILES FROM ODESSA P. .
east has been excellent. Florida, for example, is second only to Texas in num- MEMBER: Santa Gertrudis Breeders International and Florida Santa Gertrudis Association
bers of Santa Gertrudis. The SGBI membership in Florida is at a high and breeders there report a continuing de- REGISTERED QUARTER HORSES mand, both domestic and foreign, for SANTA GERTRUDIS +
their cattle.
Contrary to some belief, the cattle in M C rm s
the Southeast today, particularly Santa i d Farms
Gertrudis, display quality and size com- Fred McDavid, Owner Phone 2780 LANDRETH FARMS
parable to that in the West. This is at- BOX 25 BROOKER, FLORIDA BREEDERS OF HIGH QUALITY
tributed to the renovation and improve- A EE
mnent of pastures, improved fertilization, SANTA GERTRUDIS CATTLE
an abundance of new and improved grasses, wise breeding programs and the Santa Gertrudis Cattle Cows and Heifers
introduction of cattle adapted to a wideSIC 9 owanHefr
variety of conditions. VISITORS WELCOME
A tour of Santa Gertrudis ranches in E.A. Landreth Henry Lovell
the Southeast is convincing concerning Owner H er
quality of cattle there. The term "weak LITTLE Route 1, Box 392-Ph. DU 3-3496
grass and small bone" as applied to pas- W. M. LARK A T IDA
for January, 1960 43 1




tures and cattle respectively, does hold true. It is often said that mn cattlemen from a number of the Lai Here is one of our Herd Sires: RED SOX Ill. His Calves appeal American countries prefer Southeast
both to the Commercial Cattleman and to the Pure Bred cattle because they are adapted to ser tropical conditions of heavy rainfall a
Breeder for heir INHERITED rate of gain. high temperatures.
In addition to a satisfying demand f purebred bulls and females, the dema for purebred bulls in the Southeast fo use in commercial herds is increasing, ac
RED SOX Ill's Official Rate of Gain cording to breeder reports. One Sant
Gertrudis producer in Alabama report at Brooksville 1955-56 test was the sale of more thain 100 purebred bu
3.3 per dfor use in commercial herds in his gen
Ibs. pr day. eral area. Other reports are comparable
Another reason for the interest shom
RED SOX Ill's Calves are true chips in the Southeast is that Southeaster
breeders themselves are making notable off the old block; for instance, marks in beef cattle circles. Many 0
in 1 958-59 one of his Sons was the these breeders fit and show cattle in liv&
stock expositions each year, and a nu highest gaining bull of all Breeds. her of champions have been produced i
past years from Florida, Louisiana, M sissippi and Tennessee. In states wh there are no competitive Santa Gertrud shows at this time, breeders exhibit qual
Now offering ity Santa Gertrudis animals.
Southeastern cattle are making the Yearling Bulls and Heifers mark in performance testing as well
Come see us as customers or friends in the show ring. At official tests
Fl o r i d a, Alabama, Mississippi The gate is open Georgia in 1958, the top gaining bu
were Santa Gertrudis. In Louisiana' 1959, when Santa Gertrudis entered an official test for the first time, the bo at gaining bull of the test was a Santa
trudis. Many Southeastern breeders a ARTHUR PANCOAST, Owner, Miami Phone Wilson 7-4662 DELRAY BEACH, conducting "on the ranch" tests.
CHARLES WOLF, Herdsman, Delray Beach Ph. CRestwood 6-5760 FLORIDA As a means of aiding interested cattl
men and others in becoming better a Office located 10 mi. north of Miami, 2 mi. west of U. S. 1 at 751 N.E. 168 St., Uleta quainted with the breed, many Sou
Ranch located west of Delray Beach, 1 mi. South, on Military Trail eastern cattlemen also hold annual fiel
days at their ranches. Such field day CHARTER MEMBER; SANTA GERTRUDIS BREEDERS INTERNAL; FLORIDA SANTA GERTRUDIS ASSOCIATION were held in Alabama and Georgia i 1958 and in Florida and North Carol in 1959.
SUPPORT THE The affiliated associations of Santa
Gertrudis Breeders International arer
sponsible for much of the interest i
- crease in the Southeast. These regional
. state or local organizations are active
the Carolinas, Georgia, Florida, M' sippi, Louisiana, and Tenessee. The beef cattle future, especially of the Santa Gertrudis, by all indication' appears to be stable and bright. Wi improved cattle, pastures and meth the Southeast will continue to contribu QUALITY a sizable segment of quality beef ne
Dto the cattle industry.
SANTA A FARMER with 30 or so feeder calves
increase the number to 40 or 50 h without having to spend much 3O1
GERTRUDIS time caring for them, according to
study by the University of Minnes' Institute of Agriculture on 59 ca CATTLE farms.
SOME 40 PERCENT of all the jobs in U.S. are in agriculture, True D. Mo, C o C P ET ER S acting secretary of the National Juui3
RANCHO GRAN TOROS Vegetable Growers Association told !
Route I Lake Wales, Florida group at a convention held in Wash
ton last month.
LOCATED THREE MILES WEST OF KISSIMMEE RIVER BRIDGE ON STATE ROAD NUMBER 60
44 The Florida Cattle




Lackey
Explains
SG Species
IN THE recently published herd book of Santa Gertrudis Breeders International, the Santa Gertrudis is referred to as a breed within the Species Bos taurus, subspecies B. primigenius, according to SGBI.
This reference and accompanying explanatory data was made a part of this A
permanent publication as information concerning the proper zoological classifi- FUTURE
cation of Stana Gertrudis beef cattle, SGBI President Vachel W. Lackey of San Antonio, Texas, points out. He says that the Santa Gertrudis was officially AT A
recognized as a pure breed by USDA in SANTA GERTRUDIS
1940.
"Compiled by A. 0. Rhoad, King Ranch geneticist and a foremost authority on the breed, the data incorporated into the herd book points out that the Santa Gertrudis had its origin in a Boas taurus Yes, more and more cattlemen are turning to
X Bos indicus cross," Lackey said. He Santa Gertrudis. America's first beef breed
quoted from the book in pointing outSat erui.A rc'sfstbfbed
that "In a discussion on domestication In The is firmly established in 44 states of the union
at "in a ds of cattle in a re- and in 39 other countries. There are quality
cent publication, Chapter 1 of Dairy Cat- SOUTHEAST breeding herds in all of the Southern and
tle Breeding, by Gilmore, J. B. Lippin- Southeastern states. Florida is second only to
cott and Company, 1952, the Santa Ger- As Throughout Texas in numbers of Santa Gertrudis.
trudis breed is classified as belonging to the species B. taurus, subspecies primi- The Whole World, Cattlemen are finding that with Santa Gergenius.
"This authentic zoological classification trudis they get more pounds of juicy, tender
confirms what breeders have long con- More and More beef, the kind that the housewife wants. They
tended, that the Santa Gertrudis is not a are finding that they can get more pounds
'red strain of improved Zebu'. It belongs Cattlemen Are from grass alone, that Santa Gertrudis do not
within the Bos taurus, with inherent need pampering and that they thrive in a
qualities of high tolerance to tropical Turning To variety of environments. In the most recently
climatic conditions." completed rate of gain test for bulls at a
He said that Bos taurus refers to cattle Florid rie Sa in whic 85
of temperate climate, notably European, Florida Experiment Station, in which 85
origin, while Bos indicus refers to the Santa bulls of six breeds were entered the seven top
hump cattle of tropical climate, notably gaining bulls of the test were Santa GerIndia, origin. Bos taurus has two major trudis, eight of the top gaining ten bulls were
subspecies, Bos primigenius and Bos S Santa Gertrudis and 14 of the top 20 were
longifrons. The former refers to the pri- Santa Gertrudis.
mitive large ox of Europe and the latter to the smaller somewhat dished face, For Greater
original cattle of England. It is generally You too can have your own purebred Santa
considered that the modern European breeds are the result of various degrees of Production Gertrudis herd. Write us today for free
brees ae th reultof vrios deree literature and color photographs. crossing between these two subspecies. Within Bos indicus there are many breeds and some authorities have recognized Dept. 7
several subspecies, primarily within the African humped cattle.
Meat Schools Set For March 21-25
A sEams of meat information schools will be held in Florida in March, in cooperation with the National Livestock and Meat Board. The first school is scheduled for Tallahassee on March 21. On four succeeding days schools will beINGSVILLE held in Leesburg, Cocoa, Bartow and Sarasota.
for January, 1960 45




How to Find SG Herds
SANTA GERTRUDIS .. bull shown
here is a member of Velbertan Lake
Ranch's show string.
SG Directory 0 J.
(Continued from page 39)
GARRISON, R. L. (See Sababo Ranch) Each dot on the map indicates the
approximate location of the adver- *10
GRIFFIN, C. V., Griffin Groves, Inc., Howey- tiser's farm or ranch. The number
in-the-Hills. (;) next to the dot identifies the adGULF COAST FARMS, P.O. Box 952, Fort My- vertiser.
ers. Gulf Coast Farms, Inc., owners. Manager. Harold McLeod. Phones EDison 4-4521 Map number Advertising
(office) and OWens 8-2665 (ranch). Ranch and breeder is on page
located on Pine Island Road near Fort Myers. 101 B!ount & Hyde ........... 42 12
Herd established in 1950. Herd sire is Ti- F a"
tanic, bred by Hayden Rucker, while five bulls 102 Flying R Ranch............40
bred by Gulf Coast are being used in the herd. 103 Gulf Coast Forms ........... 42
(C 04 R. D. Keene ...............38*38
HOPSON, H. C. (See Diamond H Ranch) 105 Little Everglades Ranch ...... 43
HUFFSTETTLER, L. R., Inc., Eustis. 106 McDavid Forms .............. 43 si.(
JORDAN & JORDAN, Box 415, Dade City. 107 Palmer Ranch .............. 48
KEENE, R. D. (See Lazy R Bar Ranch) 108 Panuleta Farms ............. 44
KENNARD, HAROLD C., 813 Hibiscus, Sebring. 109 Rancho Gran Toros .......... 44
LARKIN, W. M. (See Little Everglades Ranch) 110 S. E. Thatcher .............. 39
LAZY R BAR RANCH, Kissimmee, R. D. Keene, 111 Velbertan Lake Ranch ........ 43 L1 RA '
owner. Dick McPherson. manager. Kirby Hancock, foreman. Ranch located on Boggy Creek 112 Harley Watson .............. 47
Road, three miles east of Kissimmee. Phone
TIlden 7-2400. (9
LEAVINE, W. W. (See Velbertan Lake Ranch)
LITTLE EVERGLADES RANCH, P.O. Box 576,
Dade City. W. M. Larkin, owner. Ranch located just north of Dade City and herd was
established in 1941. (*)
MASSEY, H. S. (See Stage Coach Ranch)
MATLACHA CATTLE COMPANY, 1750 Purdy
Avenue, Miami Beach, M. F. Pafford, owner.
McDAVID FARMS. P.O. Box 25, Brooker.
phone 2780. Fred McDavid. owner. Ranch
oated one mile south of Brooker on State
Road 235. PETERS, C. C. (See Rancho Gran Toros) Miami Springs.
Roa 23. PICNIC GROVES AND RANCH, INC., 3002 SNIVELY, JOHN & PATE, JR., Winter Haven
McPEAKE AND BOWEN, P.O. Box 1373, Fort NE First Court, Miami, phone FRanklin 4- SOWELL, L. B., Rock Hill Drive, Temple TerPierce. 1794. S. E. Thatcher, owner, L. P. Keen, race. (C)
MONTGOMERY RANCH, P.O. Box 127, Ar- ranch manager, ranch located at Picnic, 18 STAGE COACH RANCH, Fifth and Florida Avecadia, T. C. Montgomery, owner. () miles south of Plant City on State Road 39. nue, Dade City, H. S. Massey, owner. (Ml
MULBERRY FARMS, Lake Worth, Mr. and Herd was established in 1949 and is now com- TAUCHEN, FRANK B. (See Triangle T Renc)
Mrs. Thomas O'Connor, owners. posed of about 180 certified purebred cows THATCHER, S. E. (See Picnic Groves and
NORRIS CATTLE COMPANY, Ocala. with stock being obtained from J. T. (Jack) Ranch)
Island Ranch) Maltsberger, Jr., Robert H. Shipp, Bill Larkin. TILTON & TUCKER RANCH, Bunnell. (M)
ONEIL, ROSCOE T. (See Pine W S. Parks, Dick Vesper, Richard King and TOBLER, AUGUST, Triangle T. Ranch, Like
ORLANDO LIVESTOCK COMPANY, Star Arthur Pancoast. () Placid. (*)
Route. Melbourne. () PIEL, R. A. (See Rocking R Ranch) TOMLIN, LOY W., Mountain Lake Park, Lake
PALMER RANCH, Box 1480, Sarasota, phone PINE ISLAND RANCH, 62 SW Third Street, Wales.
RIngling 6-1106 or WAbash 7-3226. Ranch Miami 32. Roscoe T. O'Neil, owner. (*) TRIANGLE T RANCH, Route 1, Sebring, Frank
located just south of Sarasota. Honore and POWELL BROTHERS RANCH, Box 281, Fort Tauchen, owner.
Grace Brown Palmer, owners, Charl-s Dpmw- Lauderdale. () TWO V RANCH, Placida, William H., and A. G.
sey, manager. The herd was established in RANCHO GRAN TOROS, R.F.D. 1, Lake Wales, Vanderbilt, owners, Owen A. Keene, manager,
1950 and now includes approximately 700 certi- C. C. Peters, owner. Ranch located two miles phone Punta Gorda NEptune 2-2257. Ranch
fied purebred and accredited females of breeding east of the Kissimmee River on State Road 60, located on State Road 776 west of McCall. Herd
age. Females were acquired from some of the herd was established in 1944 and now includes was established in 1951. Old Poll 04 bred by
oldest and most outstanding breeders of Santa 150 females of breeding age. Chief sire is Worth Wright, and JPH 303, bred by Pan
Gertnidis. Chief herd sires are Llave Maestro Capitan. lets. are the herd sires. (")
and El. () ROBBINS, FRED S. (See Flying R Ranch) VANDERBILT, ALFRED (See Two V Ranch)
PANCOAST, J. ARTHUR (See Panuleta Farms) ROBERTS, JAMES F., P.O. Box 1110, Fort VANDERBILT, WILLIAM H. (See Two V
PANCOAST, JOHN & PETER, Uleta. (C) Myers. Ranch)
ROCK POINT RANCH, P.O. Box 1177, Mel- VELBERTAN LAKE RANCH, Box 178, Odessa.
PANULETA FARMS, J. Arthur Ppncoast, owner, bourne, Bill Nelson, owner and manager. Ranch Phone Tampa WEbster 0-2881. Mr. and Mrs
Box 86, Uleta, phones Miami WIlson 7-4662 located eight miles south of Melbourne on U.S. W. W. Leavine, owners, Leonard Godwin. herds
(office) or CRestwood 6-5760 (ranch). Ranch 1. Herd was established in 1953. () man. Ranch located on Boy Scout Road, three
located west of Delray Beach on Military Trail. ROCKING R RANCH, Route 3, Box 467, Dade miles from Odessa post office. (*)
Herd was established in 1943 and now includes City, R. A. Piel, owner and manager. Ranch WATSON. HARLEY. P.O. Box 69. Arcadi,
200 certified purebred or accredited females of located on U.S. 301, one and one-half miles phone WAlnut 8-4591 or WAlnut 8-5241. Mars'
breeding age. Herd sires include Georgie Par- south of Dade City, phone LOgan 7-3732. Herd den Wallis, manager. The ranch, located two
gie, Busy Boy and El Cap Jr. (*) was established in 1950. () miles east of Arcadia on State Road 70, waS
PATTERSON. Z. H.. Box 447. Bradenton. phone SABABO RANCH, P.O. Box 1599, Sarasota, established in 1952 and now contains 300 f82-8771 (day) or 4-8142 (night). ranch located R. L. Garrison, owner. Phone Rlngling 6- males of breeding age. El Torazo, Jr., is child
on Cortez Road. Sires were bred by Palmer 3959 (day) or RIngling 6-3550 (night). Herd herd sire. (*)
Ranch, Goldstone Ranch and Harrison Ranch. was established in 1951. () WHEATON, FRANK, Route 1, Box 233, Haina
(C) __ SAUNDERS, JOHN R., 480 Palmetto Drive, City.
46 The Florida CattlemaP




Classifers
Are Tested Here are some of the outstanding
Periodically Santa Gertrudis
Meet withSGRI brood cows you'll see in our herds
committee
HAVE YOU ever wondered how the classification level of Santa Gertrudis cattle is maintained by Santa Gertrudis Breeders International?
Jim Compton, in charge of SGBI's public relations, tells us that the association has met the challenge of this problem by the establishment of a breed improvement committee, with committee members including persons who were active in the drafting and establishment 7 7
of SGBI's original classification program.
He says that this committee periodically meets with SGBI classfiers at a Santa Gertrudis breeder's ranch. During these meetings the classifiers actually inspect a number of cattle of all categories under the observation of the committee.
Where there is a difference of opinion
between classifiers, the animal or animals in question are discussed at length between the committee members and the classifiers until all are in agreement on I four-year-old "S" bull
the proper classification, Compton explains. I two.year-old "S" bull
At these conferences, classifiers present
problems which they have experienced 6 eommercilbulls
in their field work and each is logically wo-year-o c
discussed by the committee and classifiers until a definite solution is agreed upon. 8 yearling bull calves
Compton says that it is by these means that the desired level of classification for the Santa Gertrudis breed is established and is maintained until the committee and classifiers meet again to analyze the classification program.
"We feel that these conferences assure
breeders of Santa Gertrudis that their Phone W Alnut 8-4591, Box 69, Arcadia
cattle will be inspected by classifiers who are thoroughly grounded in all phases of G. Madsen W alhs, manager
the classification program," Compton pointed out. "This presents classifiers who will make a fair, impartial inspection, and accurately record the results of classification, whether the breeder has has only one animal or a thousand."
He pointed with pride to the fact that the Santa Gertrudis classification program has proven over an eight-year period that it is a most satisfactory dividualns Ofarecognizing and accepting in- Gain Tested Service Age Bulls and Heifers
"Through this program, any Santa Avaiable at Reasonable Prices.
Gertrudis animal must stand on its own merits, not on the pedigree or perfor- Write or pay us a visit soo.
mance of its ancestors," Compton said. "When Santa Gertrudis cattle have been RANCH
classified, the owner has the assurance that his animals have met the requirements outlined in SGBI's standard of Mr. and Mrs. Walter T. Forbes, Owners
excellence outlined for the breed." Joe A. Gayle, Manager, P. 0. Box 19, Phone GA 9-1494 GEORGIA
PERRY GEORGIA
for January, 1960 __________________7_________________




Whether It's
HEADS i
or
TAILS!
... We're firm believers in
CAREFUL SELECTION OF TOP QUALITY BREEDING STOCK
Progeny testing, mating proven sires to top qual- We're proud of the excellent results that w ity females, and carefully selecting the outstand- have obtained through years of exacting selection ing individuals produced from this breeding pro- and progeny testing our cattle and our man gram for herd replacements is the nucleus of our satisfied customers are evidence of our success Santa Gertrudis breeding program here at Palmer ful approach to the business of supplying th' Ranch. best in beef breeding stock.
Certified and Accredited Santa Gertrudis
Palmer Ranch, Sarasota, Florida
P. 0. Box 1480 Phone Rlngling 6-1106 or WAbash 7-322
CHARTER MEMBER: SANTA GERTRUDIS BREEDERS INTERNATIONAL AND FLORIDA SANTA GERTRUDIS ASSOCIATION ............ ..........w...........................................




Livestock-Outlook for
1960 Given
Industry reflects
much interest
by T. J. CUNHA NEW OFFICERS ... were elected by the Lee County Cattlemen's Association at
Head, U. of F. Dep't. of Animal Hus- a recent meeting of that group. Shown in the first row, left to right, are: Delbert
bandry and Nutrition Osborne, director; Nat Hunter, Jr., state director-, Harold McLeod, president; J. L.
Carter, vice president; and J. F. Barco, secretary. Shown in the back row are: Brown DuUMG THE past few years the beef cat- Austin, treasurer; George Mann, director; Dr. Ben Plummer, Jr., director and imtie industry in Florida has continued to mediate past president; and David D. Ireland, a past president and charter member. grow in numbers and in quality. During 1956 and 1957, Florida beef cattle
numbers increased six percent each year decline in 1960 although they will still crease their returns and income. in spite of the fact that beef cattle num- continue at a relatively high level. !The production of hogs has increased bers were decreasing in the United States Cattle fattening in Florida is continu- ior the past two years. In 1957 the hog as a whole. ing to develop in various areas of the population was 88 million head. It inThis is indicative of the great interest state. There is a big demand for high creased to 94.7 million in 1958 and it is in the growth of the beef cattle industry quality feeder cattle to go into fattening estimated that it increased to 104 milin Florida. At the present time, Florida pastures and for feed lots. This demand lion in 1959. The 1959 spring pig crop ranks 13th in beef cattle numbers in the should encourage the production of more Was up 12 percent over 1958. The 1959 United States, high quality feeder cattle. in Florida in fall pig crop is estimated to have been
It is the second ranking state east of the future, six percent larger than it was a year
the Mississippi River with Illinois being At the present, Florida is still produc- earlier. The outlook for the 1960 spring the only state in this area with more beef ing only about 20 percent of the beef pig crop is for it to be about the same or cattle than Florida. Thus, we can say which it consumes, which grades com- even one or two percent lower than it that Florida is already an important beef mercial, standard, good, choice anad was in 1959. If this occurs it indicates cattle state and all indications are that prime. The other 80 percent has to be that the swine producer has stopped init will continue to grow in importance shipped in from other states. This fact creasing hog numbers and that the downas a beef producing area, indicates the excellent opportunity which turn in hog numbers will begin in 1960.
In the United States, beef cattle num- exists for -increased cattle fattening in Hog prices will continue lower this bers have been increasing for the past Florida. Much opportunity exists for winter than they were last year. They two years and most likely will increase also developing fattening programs which may advance slightly next spring or early for a few more years. Eventually this make use of grass as a large part of the summer, especially if the spring pig crop increase will result in an increase ration used. is as low as now predicted. If the 1960
in slaughter and a consequent decrease The increasing land values in Florida spring pig crop is down slightly as now in prices. About 3.5 million head of cat- are causing some problems for the cat- seems probable, hog prices in the last half tle were added to 1958 herd inventories tlemen. The present trend in land values of 1960 will be close to or a little higher and it is expected that over five million and taxation rates indicates that cattle- than in 1959. For 1960 as a whole, howhead- were added in 1959. men will not be ahle to raise cattle in ever, the prices of hogs will probably avThus, it is expected that the numbers certain areas of the state and still make erage a4 little lower than in 1959.
of cattle slaughtered in 1960 will increase a profit. This trend also means that those Florida swine producers need to place slightly over that in 1959. However, it who raise cattle will need to produce bet- considerable emphasis on improving the is also expected that average slaughter ter quality animals as well as produce quality of their animals and the efficiweights will be slightly lower. Cattlemen more beef per acre in order to stay in ency of their operations. Improved pracwill be tempted to sell earlier at lighter business. This means that better and tices will include using higher quality weights due to the outlook for slightly more efficient production practices such meat-type boars, strict culling of low prolower cattle prices in 1960. Thus, cattle as feeding, breeding, management, mar- ducing sows, selection of herd replaceprices in 1960 will depend to a large ex- keting, as well as parasite and disease meat gilts based on large and heavy littent on how much increase in beef slaugh- control, will need to be used. tars, improved feed supply including
ter Occurs. The long range outlook for the beef proper vitamin, mineral, protein and
In the past, prices of finished cattle cattle industry is good, since the Amen- antibiotic supplementation, and improved have usually turned sometime during can consumer likes beef and the popula- anagement as well as disease and parathe summer or fall. With the expansion tion of this country is steadily increasing site control. The use of these practices which has Occurred in year-round feed- Florida and the southeast are also will result in more profitable enterprises. lag, this seasonal advance in prices has areas which should increase considerably IConsid~fably more attention will also decreased to the point where it is now in beef production in the future, since '~eed to be paid to producing a meat type very small. Thus, feeders should not de- many millions of acres are available for ho since excess fat is not wanted by the pend on this seasonal increase in prices, pastures and expansion of beef herds. consumer. The problem of too much Imports of live animals and meat have Florida cattle production could also be fat in pork is still one of the most serious risen to the point where in 1959 they increased two or three times just by the faced by the swine industry in this counamounted to about nine percent of our use of better production practices. In try. Because of the waste involved in meat supply. With the upward trend in preparing for the future, Florida cattle- trimming off the excess fat by the housebeef Production in the United States, and men should make every -effort to increase wife and the fact that people are becomthe outlook for slightly lower prices, im- the quality of their cattle and the effici- ing more 4diet and weight conscious, Ports of cattle and beef will most likely ency of their operation in order to in- 1 (Continued on page 96)
for January, 196048




Latest List Shows New State
Committees, Officers of FCA
PRESIDENT-J. O. Pearce, Jr., Okeechobee; mee; P. T. (Pat) Wilson, Box 65, Frostprof
Doyle E. Conner, Box 631, Starke; Charles Mar
First Vice President-Louis Gilbreath, gan, Wewahitchka.
Ocala; Second Vice Presidents-Lat LIVESTOCK BOARD-Ralph Cellon, chairman
Turner, Sarasota; A. G. Cayson, Blounts- Rt. 3, Gainesville; Ned Brock, Vernon; R. L
M. .. town; Secretary-June Gunn, Kissim- Bradock, Box 245, Belle Glade; W. D. Robe
Immokalee; Raymon F. Tucker, Rt. 1, Bunne1
mee; Treasurer-R. Elmo Griffin, Kis- Clyde Hart, Rt. 1, New Smyrna Beach; L. B
PRESSURE simmee; Honorary Directors-J. F. Sum- Nicholson, Trenton.
nCREOSOTED er, Wimauma; J. A. Landrum, Brooks- MARKETING-Gilbert Tucker, chairman, R
1, Cocoa; Robert L. Griffin, Box 753, Ft. Pierce
ville; A. C. Wright, Arcadia; Wright Elvin Daugharty, Rt. 1, DeLand; Ray Raulerson
Carlton, Fort Pierce; Columbus Fulford, Pahokee; Tommy Clay, Box 305, Palatka; W. I
Fe "Billy" Peeples, Moore Haven; Nat unter, Rt
Okeechobee; R. Roberts, Immokalee; S. 1, Ft. Myers; Robert W. Maxwell, P.O. Box 693
FenAce Post A. Snyder, St. Augustine; W. F. Tilton, Umatilla; Ferdinand Duda, Oviedo; L. H. Thom son, S. Main, Gainesville; V. E. Whitehurst, Sr San Mateo; J. R. Hendry, Tampa; W. Wi Ciston; Clarence Mills, Box 811, Ocala.
P lHenry Folks, Dunnellon. NEW COUNTY UNITS-J. W. Lowrey, chair
Past Presidents-G. H. Prather, Kis- man, 447 Sudduth Ave., Panama City; Elbe
Zetrouer, Rt. 1, Micanopy; Pat A. Miller, Rt. 1
simmee; P. E. Williams, Davenport; Irlo Box 180, Starke; George Rogers, Rt. 3, Lake
LBronson, Kissimmee; Cushman S. Rade- City; Cletus Andrews, Bonifay.
L u m b e r bauhg, Orlando; Ben Hill Griffin, Jr., PUBLIC RELATIONS-O. W. Dixon, chair
Frostproof; Jay B. Starkey, St. Peters- man, Box 11266, Tampa 10; S. L. Crochet, Clew Frostproof; Jay B. Starkey, St. Peters- iston; C. S. Radebaugh, Jr., Rt. 3, Ft. Pierce
burg; B. J. Alderman, Grandin; J. O. Louis Gilbreath, Box 608, Ocala; Gilbert Bark
koskie, Rt. 2, Vero Beach; George H. Cross,
Many years of hard usage by railroads and Pearce, Jr., Okeechobee; Alto Adams, rie; JoRthn 2Culbr eath, Rt. 4, Bo ros,
utility companies have proven that pressure- Jr., Fort Pierce. ville; L. K. Edwards, Irvine.
utility companies have proven that pressure- TAX-Latimer H. Turner, chairman, Rt. 1,
creosoting prolongs the life of wood three to Chairmen and Members Box 333, Sarasota; C. S. Radebaugh, P. O. Bo
1928, Orlando; Irlo Bronson, 1304 W. Vine, Ki
six times that of untreated wood. Yes, you'll Of State Committees simmee; George Oliver, Box 693, Stuart; W. B.
Barron, LaBelle; R. P. Lamont, Oviedo; B
be dollars ahead by replacing with LANCO AGRICULTURAL COUNCIL-Ralph Cellon, Hill Griffin, Jr., Box 368, Frostproof; Robert W
Rt. 3, Gainesville; George Kempfer, Alt., Star Hall, Rt. 1, Box 299, Miami 11; Dallas Drt pressure-creosoted posts. Route, Melbourne. 3466 Gulfmead Dr., Siesta Key, Sarasota; James
BEEF COUNCIL-Ledley Wear, chairman, 1021 E. Connor, Brooksville; Alto Adams, Jr., Rt. 3
Success Ave., Lakeland; George Young, vice Box 492A, Ft. Pierce.
Re LANCO chairman, P.O. Box 848, Belle Glade; J. R. Gunn, LIAISON COMMI'TTEE-Dairymen & Cattle
place with A CO posts- secretary, Box 646, Kissimmee; R. Elmo Griffin, men-Marvin Kahn, Sebring; L. H. "Buck"
Your Best Guarantee of treasurer, Box 646, Kissimmee; Brown Austin, Hawkins Rt. 1, Box 76, Sarasota.
P.O. Box 711, Ft. Myers; Ned Folks, Box 566,
Longest Life! Dunnellon; Erwin Bryan, Jr., Box 37, Center
Hill; V. Elliott Whitehurst, Jr., Williston; Dr. W s* h 1
A. Z. Palmer, University of Florida, Gainesville; F ig I
Dr. R. L. Reddish, Alt., University of Florida,
The Langdale Company Gainesville; Glenn Woodward, Drawer B, W. Bay
Sta., Jacksonville 3; J. 0. Pearce, Jr., Box 251, B ack at f aw C ree
P. O. Box 980, Phone CHerry 2-7450 Okeechobee; Marvin Kahn, Sebring; Lacy G.
Thomas, Box 326, Groveland.
VALDOSTA, GEORGIA BRUCELLOSIS-Louis Gilbreath, chairman, THE FIRST Quarter Horse stallion to be
Box 608, Ocala; A. M. Bissett, Box 66 Winter
Haven; R. P. Lamont, Oviedo; L. H. Hawkins, exported from Florida and return-Flash Rt. 1, Box 76, Sarasota; H. D. Ryals, Ft. Ogden; Knight-formerly owned by Raymon Joe Hilliard, Box 678, Clewiston; Dick Kelly, BoxKnight-formerly owned by Raymon 1020, Stuart; Gerald Cayson, Blountstown; L. B. Tucker of Bunnell, and sold to his
Nicholson, Rt 1, Trenton. present owner Dr. Carlos Menendez of
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE-J. 0. Pearce, Jr., Havana and Trenton, New Jersey,
chairman, Box 251, Okeechobee; Louis Gilbreath,
Box 608, Ocala; Latimer H. Turner, Rt. 1, Box year ago-will be again at Tucker's Haw 333, Sarasota; Gerald Cayson, Blountstown, J. R. Creek Ranch standing at stud this winGunn, Box 646, Kissimmee; R. Elmo Griffin, Box
646, Kissimmee; Alto Adams, Jr., Rt. 3, Box ter. 492A, Ft. Pierce; Irlo Bronson, 1304 W. Vine, He brings back new honors with him, Kissimmee. reports Tucker.
FINANCE & BUDGET-Thomas L. Sloan, "Flash" was grand champion at our
chairman, 1033 Orange Ave., Ft. Pierce; Horace Flash" was grand champion at ou
Miley, Lithna; Lyman L. Gage, Rt. 1, Box 168, Palatka show before we sold him to Dr.
St. Augustine; Ralph W. Cellon, Jr., Rt. 3, Menendez. While in Cuba, he was
Gainesville; George Kempfer, Star Route, Mel- Menendez. While in Cuba, he was bourne; B. J. Alderman, Grandin; J. W. Lowrey, grand champion at the Havana show. 447 Suddeth Ave., Panama City; P. T. "Pat" Jim Culwell, the Quarter Horse inspect Wilson, Box 65, Frostproof;
FLOOD-W. B. Barron, chairman, LaBelle; Lat or, called him one of the top Quarter
Maxcy, Frostproof; Gilbert Tucker, Rt. 1, Cocoa; Horse studs in the Southeast. He's a Jerry Ross, 1601 Hackney St., Orlando; J. E. very fine horse and we're delighted to (Jack) Price, Immokalee; William H. Boyd, Rt.
1, Box 299, Miami 44; Charles P. Lykes, P.O. have him back at Haw Creek," says
Box 2879, Tampa; George H. Cross, Lorida; J. M. Tucker. Russell, Jr., Wabasso; Nat Hunter, Rt. 1, Ft. a
Myers; Jack H. Williamson, Box 72, Indiantown; Flash" is a grandson of Flying Bob. J. 0. Pearce, Sr., Okeechobee; O. L. Partin, Rt. Tucker believes, however, that he shows
1 Kissimmee; Ray Raulerson, Pahokee; Thad
darlton, Box 348, Ft. Pierce; Charles Lee, Oviedo; a good potential as a sire of using horses Elvin Daugharty, Rt. 1, DeLand. as well as short-distance racers.
FUTURE FINANCE PLANNING-Latimer H.
AL Turner, chairman, Rt. 1, Box 333, Sarasota; Gerald Cayson, Blountstown; W. D. Roberts, Immok- IMPROVED AERIAL application of herbicides Nalee; Ralph Cellon, Rt. 3, Gainesville; Charles P. to control scrub oak and brush is claimed
Lykes, P.O. Box 2879, Tampa; Ben Hill Griffin,
Jr., P.O. Box 368, Frost proof; Irlo Bronson, 1304 by researchers at the Oklahoma ExperiW. Vine, Kissimmee; Gilbert Tucker, Rt. 1, Co- ment Station. A new type of spray and coa; Dr. C. W. Kidder, 316 N.W. Ave. I, Belle meat atio A ne T e of spray
Glade. spray applicator is used. The new spray
LEGISLATIVE-Murray Harrison, chairman, is a viscous material. It is applied
314-15th Ave., Palmetto; Charles P. Lykes, P.O. through a centrifugal spinning disk Box 2879, Tampa; Louis Gilbreath, Box 608,
Ocala; Irlo Bronson, 1304 W. Vine St., Kissim- applicator attached to the airplane.
48B The Florida Cattleman




Upcoming Fairs
(Continued from page 26)
about 1:45 p.m., and junior judging for Manatee County youngsters to follow at 7 p.m.; Adult dairy judging to start at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, January 27, with adult beef judging to follow immediately, probably beginning about 8 p.m.
South Florida Fair...
THE CATTLE show will be bigger this year than last at the South Florida Fair, which is rapidly developing into one of Florida's major winter expositions, reports Lamar Allen, fair manager. Weight for Age
Dates are January 22-30, with dairy
cattle to be judged on Saturday, January eveop en
23, by T. W. Sparks, the state's assistant Bon evelomen
extension dairyman, and beef cattle on Thursday, January 28, by Jim Pace, extension animal husbandman.
The judging dates and times are tenta- Norris-bred Yearling Bull
tive, and may be changed by Kent Price, the cattle superintendent and assistant county agent for Palm Beach County. 4-H dairy judging is set-as of press time- Offering Purebred Brahmans with
for 9:30 a.m., with adult classes at 1 p.m., A Combination of the Best Blood Lines
January 23, and 4-H beef judging is slated for 10 a.m., on January 28, with adult beef classes to follow at 1 p.m.
Price says that a selection of both beef and dairy cattle will be on display.
The fairgrounds are located on the
north side of U.S. 98 (State Road 80), MPANY
between the turnpike and the junction '
with U.S. 441, west of West Palm Beach. P. 0. BOX 1051 OCALA, FLORIDA PHONE MA 2-7151
"Wetproof" walkways and raised areas for tents will make for visitor comfort this year, Allen reports.
State Fair... BRAHMANS Registered Brahman Cattle
Tat e THE CThe Foundation
THE NExT issue of THE CATTLEMAN may For Florida's Beef Industry
not be in your hands prior to the beginn- information about Bramans and J STUART
ing of dairy week at Tampa, which will Forhman b B .
seeno buBirahmn Hybrids Contact: K. Lyons,
see not Only dairy judging, but also Secretary Livestock Exchange Building, BARTOW FLORIDA
breeding swine and barrow judging, and Kissimmee, Fla.
the fat steer show, prior to beef week. Dairy week starts February 2 (a Tuesday) continuing through February 6, BRAHMANS
with Beef Week scheduled February 8- REGISTERED BRAHMANS For Sale At All Times
13 inclusive. OXLEY FARMS
Schedule for the first week of the fair
is as follows (see the February CATTLE- W.E. Oxley, Owner
MAN for the second week's schedule): Rt. 1, Box 116, Phone 3477 I
At Tampa (first week) -Youth dairy BROOKSVILLE FLORIDA K.SoIMM.....LORIDA 'f 6-8221
KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
show, 9 a.m. Tuesday, February 2, with barrow judging starting at the same time, and the certified meat hog contest to start at 9:30 a.m.; Wednesday, BEEFY BRAHMANS Ayrshire judging starting at 8:30, with B r s o A i o
swine breeding classes to be judged start- We're proud that our registered Brahmans represent some. of America's best blooding at 9 a.m., and Holsteins at 7 p.m.; lines and we invite you to come by to see our herd. Offering purebred animals for Thursday, February 4, Jersey judging sale at all times. starting at 8:30 a.m., with fat steer judg- -DA-P. ~.
ing slated to begin at 2 p.m., and judging of Guernsey bull and get classes at ;~1LCLENC
3 P.m.; Friday morning, February 5, 8:30 a.m., Guernsey cow class judging followed at 1p.m. by the Florida Fat Stock Sale, and at 7:30 p.m. by an Ayrshire sale. Saturday, February 6, will
see FFA team judging, starting at 9 40
a.n. The second week will be devoted to beef cattle, and schedule will be an- 0*
bounced next issue. Ranch at Samsula Phone GArden 8-2892 New Smyrna Beach, Florida
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Breeding Age
Charbra Bulls
CHAMPION . Brahman bull at Jack.
sonville is posed by Clyde Goudeau,
3/4 Charolais by 1/4 Brahman bulls for sale, the owned by A. Duda and Sons.
majority of which are the sons and also grandsons of Brahman Show
two of the outstanding bulls of the Charolais breed. Champs Picked
BRAHMAN WINNERS at Putnam County
If you are interested in heavier weaning weights, Fair, Palatka, Hernando County Fair,
heavier bone, superior gaining and feed converson Brooksville, and the Greater Jacksonville
Fair-listed in order by classes, with ability, then you should be interested in these bulls, number of entries in parentheses-were
as follows:
Palatka
Aged bulls-(2): ADS Ammon de Emperor (senior champion and grand champion), A. Dudb & Sons; WHS Esto Imperator (reserve champUNITED STATES SUGARion), W. H. Stuart; Two-year-old bulls-(5}: UNITED STATES SUGAR CORPORATION WHS Esto (reserve senior champion), Stuart
ADS Hampton de Imeprator, Duda; Bar D Antonio Manso, T. M. Deal, Orlando; Senior yearling bulls- (2): Bar D Emperor Manse, CLEWISTON, FLORIDA TELEPHONE YUKON 2-1501 leal; ADS Martin de Emperor, Duda; Junior
yearling bulls-(5): LS Van Dorn Manso (reserve junior champion), Deal; ADS Spear Dunson, Duda; WHS Osceola, Stuart; Summer yearling bulls-(5): Keys Bano Manso Jr. (junior champion), Clyde J. Keys, St. Petersburg; ADS Sherburne de Emperor, Duda; WHS Ulfilas Irperator, Stuart; Senior bull calves-(1): Bar D Dunning Emperor, Deal; Junior bull calvesfor BEEF-TYPE BRAHMANS (5): EOR Lavaco King, Deal; unregistered, Dads
Registered BRAHMAN CATTLE unregistered, Duda; Two bulls bred and owned
by exhibitor-(5): Stuart; Duda; Duda; Iey ~Aged cows-(4): WHS Lady Esto Imperator
~ eg (reserve senior champion and reserve champion),
__.H. STUART Stuart; ADS Queen de Manso, Duda; Georgia
.BRAHMAN Manso, Deal; Two-year-olds-(6): WHS Miss Rex
BRAMANRANCH
hP CAANCH .(senior champion and grand champion), Stuart; Phone 7-5119 20-11th Street South Phone CApital 3-4727 ADS Empress de Manso 972, Duda; Keys Miss
Bano Manso, Keys; Senior yearlings- (1): EOR ST. PETERSBURG FLORIDA BARTOW FLORIDA Princess Faynette, Deal; Junior yearlings-(7):
ADS Empress de Manso 93/1 (junior champion), Duda; WHS Rexie Imperator (reserve junior champion), Stuart; Keys Miss Bano Manso 823, Keys; Summer yearlings-(2): Keys Miss Resoto PUREBRED BRAHMANS HYBRID BRAHMANS BRANGUS Manso Jr. 870, Keys; WHS Lady Esto Imperator
602, Stuart; Senior heifer calves- (1): Bar D Lady featuring more flesh, stronger bone, BEEFMASTER CATTLE D Empress 172, Deal; Junior heifer calves-(1): Bar Lady
larger size, with gentle dispositions Roping and Riding Horses EOR Lady Rex Aber 264, Deal; unregistered.
YDuda; unregistered, Duda; Group winners were: Two females bred and A. Dud So owned by exhibitor-(5): Stuart; Duda; Keys;
Pair of yearlings-(6): Duda; Stuart; Keys; Pair Harvey "Red" Martin, Manager of calves-(4): Deal; Duda; Duda; Get of sirePhone Boca Raton 9559 or 9519 (3): get of Esto Imperator 270, Stuart; JDI
Phone: NE Route 1, Box 1654, Pompano Beach, Fla. Bano Manso 577/5, Keys: ADS Pampa de EmBrooksville
________________________________________ _________________peror___668,___Duda; perrr66,uDus:oPoduc aof am: yeys
Subscribe to the Florida Cattleman Aged cows-(4): WHS Lady Esto Im=eratr
268/1 (grand champion), W. H. Stuart Ranch,
Thank You...
for your overwhelming acceptance of
Nolin's Improved
Louisiana White Clover
More of this Superior Clover was sold in Florida this Fall than any other strain of White clover. Still there was not enough seed to meet the terrific demand. PLACE YOUR ORDER with your seed dealer EARLY next fallI
FLORIDA SEED & FEED COMPANY RESERVE . champion female at
O Jacksonville was exhibited by W. 11H
Ocala, Florida Stuart, shown here with W. B. Hayes.
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PLAN NOW TO ATTEND...
NATIONAL BRAHMAN SHOW
AND
INTERNATIONAL SALE
DUDA... also had the reserve cham- M arch 11-15, 1960 LSU Pavilion
pion bull at Jacksonville, shown here
with Goudeau at the halter.
BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA
$6,440 Total Premiums!
No where in America will you see so much ROYAL Brahman blood assembled under one roof. It's the Opportunity of the year. See the cream of the
Brahman breed from the leading herds in the U.S. at the 1960 National Brahman Show.
JUDGING: Monday, Mar. 14, 9 A.M.
GOUDEAU . poses Duda's grand
champion female at Jacksonville, also
grand champion at Tallahassee. 50 Brahmans To Sell!
Bartow; Two-year-old bulls-(1): WHS Cornelius Bulls and Females-From some of the most soughtImperator 309/1 (reserve grand champion), Stuart; Junior yearling bulls-(1): WHS Abco after families in America today. Its the Brahman
Imperator 484/1, Stuart; Summer yearling bulls Sale with Universal Appeal. This offering has been
-(1): WHS Cornelius Imperator 447/1, Stuart; Junior bull calves-(1): WHS Chunko Manso, carefully selected for breeding and individuality.
Lucious Carter, Bushnell; Two bulls-(1): Stuart; Two-year-old heifers-(1): Lady Cornelius Im- You canbuy TOP cattle from TOP herds in the U.S.
operator 444/1 (grans:d champion), Stuart; Junior at this ONE Sale. For catalog, write Lock Paret, Jr.,
yearling beifers- (1): Lady Cornelius Imperator 457/1 (reserve grand champion), Stuart; Sum- Box 531, Lake Charles, La.
mer yearling heifers-(1): Lady Ulfilas Imperator 603/1, Stuart; LOUISIANA
Group winners were: Get of sire-(1): Get of SALE: Monday, Mar. 14, 4:00 P.M.
Billy's Imperator 5th, Stuart; Pair of yearlings(2): Stuart; Stuart;
Jacksonville
Aged bulls-(3): ADS Ammon de Emperor, (semor champion and grand champion), A. Duda Sponsored By
& Sons, Cocoa; WHS Cornelius 268/1, W. H. PY
Stuart, Bartow; WHS Esto Imperator 122/1, Stuart; Two-year-old bulls-(6): ADS Hampton de Imperator (reserve senior champion and reserve grand champion), Duda; WHS Esto Louisiana Brahman Association
340/1, Stuart; Keys Bano Manso 709, Clyde J. Keys, St. Petersburg; Senior yearling bulls- and
(3): Bar D Emperor Manso 151, T. M. Deal, BRAHMAN ASSOCIATION an
Orlando; WHS Cornelius Imperator 447/1, Stuart; ADS Martin de Emperor, Duda; Junior American Brahman
yearling bulls-(6): LS Van Dorn Manso 306 (junior champion), Deal; ADS Spere Duson (reserve Breeders Association
junior champion), Duda; WHS Osceola Imperator 471/1 Stuart; Summer yearling bulls- (4): Keys Bano Manso Jr. 829, Keys; ADS Sherburne de Emperor Duda; WHS Infilas Imperator 607 / 1, Stuart; Senior bull calves: Bar D Dunning EmImperat or and Manso BreedingTom Chaires & Son
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for January, 1960 49 Kissimmee, Florida




peror 172, Deal; Junior calves-(3): EOR La. We Topped The Georgia Hereford Assn Bull Sale! noro King 4Deal; EOR Loroco King 47,
Deal; EOR Loroco King 474, Deal; Group winners were: Two bulls-(5): Dud One of our bulls topped the recent Georgia Hereford Associ- Stuart; Duda; Get of sire-(4): get of Esto
Imp. 970, Stuart; Billy's Imp. 5th, Stuart; JDII Barra Manso, Keys; ation Bull Sale at Albany on a bid of $850. We had an over- Aged cows-(4): ADS Queen de Manso 804/0
Duda; WHS Lady Esto Imperator 256/1, Stuart all average of $628 on four bulls, while the sale averaged Georgia Manso 992, Deal; Two-year-old heifen
WHS Lady Abeo 4445a-. $330 on 74 lots. -(7): ADS Empress de Manso 975/0 (senior
champion and grand champion), Duda; WHS TLady Abeo 444/1 (reserve senior champion and reserve grand champion), Stuart; WHS iN an Rex 439/1, Stuart; Junior yearling heifers-(1)
EOR Princess Faynette 222, Deal; Junior year We would like to extend our thanks to the following cattlemen who have ling heifers born after December31, 1957-(7)
ADS Empress de Manso 93/1 (junior champion),' recently purchased Jo-Su-Li bulls: Tommy Sloan, Ft. Pierce; A. Duda and Duda; ADS Duson's Lady Ahnlma, Duda; WE
Sons, Cocoa; Ross' Rolling Acres Ranch, Clermont; Henry Bernard, Lutz. Rexie Imperator 48 5/1 uadrt; Stummer yeatr SosCco;ling heifers-(3): WHS Lady Esto Imperao 602/1, Stuart; Keys Miss Resoto Manso Jr. 870, Keys; WHS Lady Ulfilas 603/1, Stuart; SEE OUR 3 PRODUCTION TESTED HEREFORD BULLS CON- Senior heifer calves-(1): Bar D Lady DEm
press 172, Deal; Junior calves-(3): EOR Lady Rex Aber 264 (reserve junior champion, Deal; SIGNED TO THE OCALA BULL SALE JANUARY 19. (RAF) be, Dud4 (RAF) Dudor champion, De;;
Two females-(5): Duda- Stuart; Stuart; Pair of yearlingJ(6): Duda; Duda; Keys; Pair of calves- (4) Deal; Duda; Deal; Produce of dam
-(1): Keys.
Hereford Ass'n
7Directors Meet
A DISCUSSION of association sales was the main item of business during the recent meeting of directors of the Florida Hereford Association at President John Cul. breath's Bar-Bet Farms in Brooksville. Directors discussed plans for a bigger A and better annual Hereford bull sale to
be held at Webster next year and decided C Calp T p that a grading committee will grade next
Clarence Cross Ralph Thompson John Wolf year's consignment and will also set the
Owner Show Herd Breeding Herd sale order, instead of consignors drawing
lots for their sale order. RE ISERD ERFO DSp n ammlock ~ It was also decided the association's REGISTERED HEREFORDS pring Hammock annual spring show and sale will be held
Polled and Horned H ER EFOR D S at Ocala during the first part of March
Culbreath said that the definite date will Breeding Stock for Sale F. M. PEMBLE be announced in the near future.
R. A. W dall Directors present at the meeting in.
Do Be J Ranch 410 26th St. West Phone STate 7-4993 cluded: F. A. Cockrill, McIntosh; Frank
Do Be Ja Ranch 4910 26th St. West
Bradenton, Fla. Phone 6-7005 LEESBURG, FLORIDA Pemble, Leesburg; T. Noble Brown, Web
ster; L. T. Langford, Plant City; George Zellner, Floral City; C. W. Quinn, Jack Featuring Top Polled Herefords L s PoSnville; E. D. Gregory, Dinsmore; and
HERD SIRES: Windsweep Victor (Zit), E Culbreat.
WS Vivtor Perfect, GPH Don Perfect
30th, WS Beau Perfect 1st, RH Victor n
Mischief Ranch DESPITE A growing threat from agriculBen and Jane Smith. Owners ,Weight for Age tural pests due to increasing world and
WINDSWEEP FARM E. D. Gregory, Owner domestic travel, crops and livestock in
Phone POplar 5-4260 the U.S. continued in 1959 to benefit Thomaston Route 1, Box 1390
Thomaston Georgia Dinmore, Fla. from the best plant and animal quaran'tine services available in the world, ac cording to USDA. Federal and state regulatory agencies, supported by re) search findings and improved farm man.-- agement, intensified their efforts to keep
EE WARDout foreign pests.
ONE OF the strongest Hereford breeding shows in recent years highlighted the ..,--American Royal Livestock Show. Chain pionships in the Register of Merit event
were divided among four breeders front Oklahoma and Texas.
FARMS
PUREBRED HEREFORD breeders across the Boyd Williams, Manager nation bolstered their position as Amer
ica's leading beef breed by recording Phone MArion 2-8639, Rt. 2, Box 40, OCALA, FLORIDA 487,883 calves during the past fiscal year
Located six miles southwest of Ocala on Highway 200 The Florida Cattlema
50 The Florida Cattleman




............... ..... -- j ,Featuring the Get of our Senior Sires
EER VICTOR DOMINO 15th
by EER Victor Domino 22nd
.. .CA BEAU PRINCE by EER Prince Mischief
Featuring the Service of
..... DOMESTIC VICTOR
1958 Southeastern Fair Champion
CA VICTOR ANXIETY 34th
1959 Southeastern Fair Champion
tt~icleat 1f4 lence-1 'ate.
S10 BULLS & 50 FEMALES
POLLED HEREFORDS CARRYING PREFERRED PEDIGREES AND QUAUTY!
Be sure to note cir 12 entries in the Georgia Hereford Association Bull Sale at Albany on December 11 th! All carry good pedigrees, not too much fat, but plenty of ruggedness and age that make them all ready now for heavy service.
Sandersville,( Georgid'
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Archer B
Owners B yJimmy Van Meter, Herdsman
h Manager Amos Swafford, Asst. Herdsman
h221 Sandersville, Go. Ph 372-arteG.




HOW GREEN MY PASTURES
Most Florida Cattleman know greener
pastures reap golden profits. And you'll find that most successful cattleman depend on Florida's favorite-F.F.F. Brand, to enrich and re-vitalize their pastures to a profitable, new
high!
Instant-spreading FLORIDA FAVORITE FERTILIZER does the job beter-yet, costs no morel It actually pays for itself in enriched soil-even
helps successive crops get a better start! CONGRESSMAN ... Paul G. Rogerb
(standing) addresses group at dedication Start reaping golden rewards from greener of Corkscrew Experimental Forest.
pastures! Get on-the-spot delivery of economical
FLORIDA FAVORITE FERTILIZER! Corkscrew Forest
" CITRUS GROVES
* FIELD CROPS Is Dedicated
" PASTURE GRASS A
" TRUCK FARMS THE CoiscRnw Experimental Form
a 4000-acre tract in Collier County on Highway 82 between Fort Myers and Immokalee, was dedicated recently an made available for research to the U.A Forest Service by the Atlantic Land an flori a 4 P4" .Improvement Company, a subsidiary
the ACL Railroad.
fav r t rThe tract contains more than 2
I N 0 ? Aacres of planted slash pine ranging to I Ph 13P.Bx1,Lkeland, Fyears old, and the remainder is cutov"
flatwoods. It will serve as a field labor tory for forest, range, wildlife and wa problems under cooperative agreement with the Southeastern Forest Experi meant Station, USDA.
Karl Wenger of Lake City, leader o + Athe Forest Service Research Center, tol a large crowd attending the dedicaion that the research to be conducted at th forest will include planting proble costs and returns from raising trees, ho C H U TES and to harvest timber, and the effects of
on tree growth; which will be helpful' solving the many problems faced by ca tlemen and other landowners who gr0e TRUCK BODIES both trees and beef on their land.
Representing the Florida Cattlemen Association was W. D. Roberts of Imr kalee. Many landowners and represent
natives of companies concerned with lan The E-Z squeeze chute management in south Florida attended
has these major features: with officials from a number of state a
federal agencies. Congressman Paul
(1) It can be used for all size animals, with both sides squeezing, and the sides easily movable to provide Rogers, of the Sixth Congressional D more or less space; trict of Florida, was one of the principle
(2) All side bars drop down-but are secured so they can't get lost;
(3) Floor is cleated to prevent slipping, and there's a blind at the front end so cattle won't attempt speakers at the experimental forest d to jump out; cation services.
(4) There are several special features: a drenching pulley, leg catching hook, and a rocking tail gate with off-center spring which holds it both open and shut, but requires no latches.
On special order we also make left-handed chutes. Winners Announced We also build standard size cow bodies-1, 16, IS's. For easy loading and unloading, the complete In Soil Saving T ea~~~8s. Inovn Soil tprvnnos.ODAWN Svin Th etnl
tailgate is removable. Rack is bolted to flatbed for easy removing and to prevent noise.
FLORIDA WINNEIRS of the 12th annual sod conservation contest sponsored by TRIANGLE IRON Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company
B. J. Sweat of Balm, chosen as SW O0 RKS presentative of Hillsborough Soil Con
servation District, and Robert F. Der Phone: EV 6-3291 of Tampa. The prize for both was a fol
Owners, Jim Haynes and L. E. Selph, Jr. day vacation in Arizona's Valley of fi
Box 525, Sebring, Florida Sun.
__52 The Florida Cattlern




COCK 0' WALK'S
Cream e Crop
DISPERSAL
220 Head, 165 Lots
A DOUBLE-REGISTERED
Fully
Certified
er. Polled Hereford Cattle
Selling: 'NONE BETTER'
90 ........
Young CMR BREEDNG
Brood intmmwBR E I
Cows 140 LOTS CARRY CMR BREEDING!
(2to 6
Years
Old)th
) at the new, modern, sanitary 20 quarter-million dollar
Bred
Heifers. GAINESVILLE LIVESTOCK MKT.
30 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
Open
Heifers. 10:30 A.M., SATURDAY, JANUARY 16TH, 1960
25 For PLAN TO ATTEND
Bulls. Catalogue, Santa Fe River Ranch "Sunshine Sale,"
Alachua, Florida, January 9th
Write Todiway Acres "First Annual Sale"
55alves. to Montgomery, Alabama, January 11th
2otal COCK 0' WALK RANCH
Head. Office Phone: Residence Phone:
LYnwood T-3281 McINTOSH, FLORIDA LYnwood 1-2281




COCK O WALK'S
'Cream o' cropDIS PE RSAL
GAINESVILLE LIVESTOCK MARKET, 10:30 A.M., SAT., JANUARY 16TH
SALE INFORMATION
CERTIFIED HERD
Cock o' Walk Ranch is state and USDA Accredited. T. B. Certificate No. 21-58, Brucellosis No. 421.
All Animals in this sale are permitted to go into ( 6.' t
any state and any herd. 220 Head 6
All animals will be retested within 30 days prior
to the sale. Young Brood Cows (2-6 years old) ........ 90
Bred Heifers .......................... 20
Open Heifers ........................ 30
Bulls .......................... ..... 25
REGISTRATION CERTIFICATES Calves .............................55
All animals over six months of age are registered in Total Heal Selling ................ 220
both the American Polled Hereford Association and the American Hereford Association.
Certificates of both associations will be transferred by us to the purchaser at no additional cost.
GUESTS AND REPRESENTATIVES
Mr. Don Chittenden, Secretary .American Polled Hereford Association
INSURANCE Mr. Paul Aycock ...... American Polled Hereford Association
Representatives of insurance companies will be avail- Mr. John Culbreath, President .... Florida Hereford Association able to take care of your insurance needs. Mr. M. P. Moore, Past President .American Polled Hereford
Association
Mr. Dave Wainer, Director .American Polled Hereford Ass' Mr. Bill Miller .............. American Hereford Association
TRANSPORTATION Mr. A. D. Davis, Director ...... E. Polled Hereford Associatio
Dr. T. J. Cunha ...................... University of Florid
Reliable truckers will be available for making de- Mr. E. D. Gregory, Vice President .... Florida Hereford Ass'
liveries. Mr. W. E. Aycock ......................Moultrie, Gebrg
Mr. Gary N. Brown ................ The Florida Cattlem
Mr. B. L. "Bo" Swilley .............. Polled Hereford Wor
FOOD Mr. Milton Plumb .........................Tampa Tribu
There will be food available all during the sale. Mr. Frazier Biggs .............. American Hereford Journ
Mr. Phil Sanders ................Livestock Breeder Journa
Mr. Ray Brockinton ...................... Macon, Georg
Mr. Win. A. McGregor .... Ranch and Livestock Div., Atlan AUCTIONEERS Insurance Underwrite
Col. Jewett Fulkerson
Col. A. W. "Ham" Hamilton VETERINARIAN
Col. B. L. "Bo" Swilley Dr. W. C. Holland, Gainesville, Florida




Cock o' Walk's 'Cream o' Crop' Dispersal
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, JANUARY 16th, 1960
CMR REAL LARRY 1ST
CATALOGUED AS REFERENCE SIRE "A"
CMR Real Larry 1st won more top awards than any other in CMR's 1956-57 show string: Grand champion Arkansas, 1st Mid-South at Memphis, 1st Tennessee, 3d American Royal. His dam's grandsire and granddam were both National Champions. 24 of his daughters and nine sons are offered in this sale. 28 cows in this sale carry his service.
RCR ADVANCED LARRY 19TH
CATALOGUED AS REFERENCE SIRE "B"
His sire, RCR Advance Larry, sold to T. Alpin, Santa Rosa, California, for $18,500 in the RCR Dispersal where four of his half-brothers averaged $6850 each and four half-sisters $2100 each. 29 of his daughters and seven sons are being offered in this sale.
MISCHIEF DOMINO R 21ST
CATALOGUED AS REFERENCE SIRE "C" Grand Champion at Knoxville in 1954, this bull sold as a yearling for $3000. He has proven to be an excellent herd sire for us. Now he's doing a top
herd sire job for Mr. and Mrs. D. Kromhout, White Face Acres, Vero Beach, Florida. 41 daughters and nine sons are being offered in this sale.
The Reason for This Part of the Cock o' Walk Ranch has been sold, necessitating the reduction of our herd. Rather than have a reduction sale, we are offering a "Cream a' Crop" Dispersal Auction Sale of all our females six years of age and younger, along with 25 bulls.
FOR CATALOGUE, WRITE: COCK 0' WALK RANCH, McINTOSH, FLORIDA




COCK O' WALK'S 'CREAM O' CROP' DISPERSAL, JAN. 16, 1960
LOT 5 BULL
CWR Domino Bell P-10099411-1030159
Calved August 9, 1957 Tattoo RE 760 LE 760
Avdv Anxiety Dom (CMR Anx Domino 34 P
CWR Anx Domino 7 7249675-592177 Ora Mae P
P8450783-715458 Miss R Anxiety 1 Junior Anxiety P
S4794041-272518 IMiss R Domino 35 P
(C Rollo Domino 2 ICMR Rollo Dom 13 P
Belle Rolline 2 1 4851796-281933 Perfection Belle H
P8535644-752236 Belle Domino 40 Real Plato Domino P
I 3842656-206780 Belle Domino 36 P
CMR breeding both top and bottom. Now ready for heavy service. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Dam selling as Lot 100.
LOT 6 BULL
CWR Misc Domino 23 P-10099409-1046778
Calved July 13, 1957 Tatoo RE 755 LE 755
(CMR Misclif Dom 34 (CMR Rollo Dom 12 P
Mischief Domino R 21 6357144-316111 lRollo's Bluebonnet P
P7547.034-577711 CMR Dominette 43 Circle M Adv Dom P
S3998688-2(Y07253 Celia Domino P
fGJ Plato Aster 4 Plato Aster 35 P
Miss Aster A 35 5880932-374123 Mississippi Lassie H
A-P8614721-712116 Miss Royal M Domino Royal Beau D P
< 5503142-333870 T Mellow Donna 2 P
Has size, scale and substance. Could be just the bull to improve your herd. CVH Duchess Mischief 2d (dam of Lot 1) CMR and Plato Astor Cross. All 14 ancestors Polled. Officially calfhood
vaccinated. Dam selling as Lot 99.
LOT 1I BULL LOT 7 BULL
Calve CWR Misc Domino 41 P-10243091 T-10744 58 LE 815 CWR Advd Larry 50 P-10129851-1044208
Calved Jan. 16, 1958 Tattoo RE 815 LB 815 CavdN em r26197ato RE 75L 77
(CMR Mischf Dom 34 CMR Rollo Dom 12 P Calved November 26, 1957 Tattoo RE 775 LE 77
Mischief Domino R 21 5357144-316111 Rollo'sBluebonnet P IRCR Advanced Larry CMR Adv Domino 61 P
P7547034-577711 CMR Dominette 43 Circle M Adv Dom P RCR Advd Larry 19 5952953-414751 'Bama L Domino 32 P
S3998688-207253 Celia Domino P P7514200-566134 Miss R Anxiety 1 Junior Anxiety P
(CVH Domestic Misch 1 Domino Mischief P 4794041-272518 Miss R Domino 35 P
CVH Duchess Misch 2 4952947-286320 Real Duchess 24 P 1HSF Beau Victor 55 JEER Victor Domino 2 P
6121168-401432 ALF Rosalie 4 Battle Domino 37 H KBF Gerry 7 I 6537242-447884 1Henrietta 299 P
4387162-245167 Miss Domino 111 P 8317652-682243 Gerry 2 JCap Domino P
An outstanding son of Mischief Domino R 21st out of CVH Duchess Misch | 4818245-287836 Gerry P
2nd, Champion Female Atlanta 1951 and sold as a heifer for $2,675. This A fine son of RCR Advanced Larry 19th whose sire sold for $18,500. Comyoung bull is truly a Herd Sire pros ect. Should be an excellent dehorner bined CMR and Double E breeding. Note outstanding head and other
as 13 of 14 ancestors are Polled. Officially calfhood vaccinated, good qualities. All 14 ancestors Polled. Officially calfhood vaccinated.
LOT 2 BULL LOT 8 BULL
CWR Larry Domino 2 P-10294855-1082926 CWR Advd Larry 52 P-10199108-1064971
Calved Jan. 27, 1958 Tatto RE 825 LE 825 Calved December 28, 1957 Tattoo RE 788 LE 788
CMIR Larry Domino 118 CMR Larry Domino P RCR Advanced Larry CMR Adv Domino 61 P
CMR Real Larry 1 7719551-600122 CMR Donna Mschf 17 P RCR Advd Larry 19 5952953-414751 Bama L Domino 32 P
P8705171-769692 Bonnie Real Pawnee Real 6 P P7514200-566134 Miss R Anxiety 1 Junior Anxiety P
S7055152-521758 iBonnie Heiress 3 P 1 4794041-272518 Miss R Domino 35 P
(Battle Mixer 24 !Battle Mixer P 1HSF Victor Domino fVictor Dom 126 P
CR Lulu Domino 5576567-349761 JLeota A Mixer P DHF V Dominette 47 I' 4783362-264777 Miss Anxiety8 H
P7565172-570547 CR Robin Domino Gay Domino P 7810692-614869 (DHF Jean Bullion fSchreiner Dom F 19 P
S6018602-380222 Belle Woodford P [ 5763754-364409 [Jean Bullion P
Sired by CMR Real Larry 1st Reference Sire A, out of a Battle Mixer Also by RCR Advd Larry 19th, a good headed, mellow bull, out of one Of
cow that was one of our best brood matrons. Combining the outstanding our best brood matrons. A good prospect, look him over carefully. 14 anpedigrees of CMR and ALF breeding. All 14 ancestors polled. Officially cestors Polled. Officially calfhood vaccinated.
calfhood vaccinated.
LOT 9 BULL
LOT 3 BULL LOT9 BULL
CWR Larry Domino P-10200705-1067107
CWR Advd Larry 48 P-10062584-1021612 Calved January 7, 1958 Tatoo RE 808 LE 88
Calved June 4, 1957 Tattoo RE 743 LE 743 CMR Larry Domino 118 CMR Larry Domino P
RCR Advanced Larry CMR Adv Domino 61 P CMR Real Larry 1 7719551-600122 CMR Donna Mschf 17 P
RCR Advd Larry 19 5952953-414751 Bama L Domino 32 P P8705171-769692 Bonnie Real JPawnee Real 6 P
P7514200-566134 Miss R Anxiety 1 Junior Anxiety P 7055152-521758 IBonnie Heiress 3 P
4794041-272518 IMiss R. Domno 35 P Adv Anxiety Dom (CMR Anxiety Dom 34 P
GHR Anx Mischf 372 fAnxiety Woodrow P CWR Anx Dominette 5 7249675-592177 1Ora Mae P
HDH Mischief Belle 5092665-296905 Texas Rose 1 P P8202330-684553 Rollie Ruby 2 (CMR Rollo Advance 2 P
7308521-573267 MHF Scioto Belle lHazeford Beau 3 P 1 6961270-516587 iRuby H
5683157-355968 1Isabel 41 P A real top son of CMR Real Larry 1st. Excellent qualities and outstanding
A real top son of RCR Advd Larry 19th, Reference Sire B, with all of the breeding. This CMR breeding with Anxiety outcross has proven most su
excellent qualities of his sire. Notice the good head and general make-up cessful. Prospective Herd Sire. Intensely Polled. Officially calfhood vacca
of this young bull. All 14 ancestors Polled. Officially calfhood vaccinated. nated. Dam selling as Lot 29.
LOT 4 BULL LOT 10 BULL
CWR Misc Domino 43 P-10294853-1082914
CWR Misch Domino 15 P-9746809-968357 Calved January 25, 1958 Tatto RE 823 LE 823
Calved April 3, 1957 Tattoo RE 728 LE 728 (CMR Michief Dom 34 [CMR Rollo Dom 12 P
(CMR Mischf Domino 34 (CMR Rollo Dom 12 P Mischief Domino R 21 I 5357144-316111 lRollo's Bluebonnet P
Mischief Domino R 21 5357144-316111 1Rollo's Bluebonnet P P7547034-577711 4CMR Dominette 43 [Circle M Adv Dom P
P-7547034-577711 CMR Dominette 43 fCircle M Adv Dom P I 3998688-207253 1Celia Domino P
3998688-207253 iCelia Domino P CMR Silver Elation JWHR Elation 52 H
GHR Rollo Dom 3 fCMR Rollo Dom 15 P CM Belle Elation 5306524 Miss Reelfoot S 9 H
BCF Rollo Queen 2 4714962-267533 1 Superior Ann 3 P 6151506-434487 T Mellow Bell 4 Mellow Mischief P
6539535-458036 Sprr Prncss Domino 620 fSprr Pr Domino 25 P 4633529-258828 IBell Domino P
S3293997-152726 iPrida Paladin 5 P An excellent young herd sire prospect. Look at his many good qualities. BE
One of Misch Domino R 21st to sons. CMR breeding both top and bot- Mischief Domino R 21, Reference Sire C. Out of GHS Princess 1st the
tom. A real herdsire prospect. All 14 ancestors polled. Officially calfhood we paid $1,475 at RCR Dispersal, and she has had six top calves in vaccinated. years. A real producer of quality. Officially calfhood vaccinated.
56 The Florida Cattlemra




COCK O' WALK'S 'CREAM O' CROP' DISPERSAL, JAN. 16, 1960
LOT 11 BULL LOT 17 BULL
CWR Advd Larry 54 P-10294851-1082913 CWR Advd Larry 53 P-10199109-1064972
Calved January 22, 1958 Tattoo RE 820 LE 820 Calved Dec. 31, 1957 Tattoo RE 789 LE 789
(RCR Advanced Larry fCMR Adv Domino 61 P RCR Advanced Larry CMR Adv Domino 61 P
RCR Advd Larry 19 I 5952953-414751 Bama L Domino 32 P RCR Advd Larry 19 5952953-414751 Bama L Domino 32 P
P7514200-566134 Miss R Anxiety 1 Junior Anxiety P P7514200-566134 Miss R Anxiety 1 Junior Anxiety P
I 4794041-272518 Miss R Domino 35 P 4794041-272518 Miss R Domino 35 P
fDHF R Plato Dom 21 lReal Plato Domino 8 P (Modest C Lamp 5 [Pld Modest Lamp 2 P
DHF Miss Plato D I 5381362-327870 IMiss Adv Domino 263 P Doranna Lamp 6031862-379197 Lady Gold P
6257918-412361 Mary Plato [Marvel Domino P P8924090-808397 Doranna Domino The Challenger P
( 4466498-246911 Miss DV Plato P [ 6155101-404350 Dora Domino 2 P
This Advd Larry bull can be just the right herd sire to add size, scale bone Here is size, scale, substance and quality by RCR Advd Larry 19th, Refand top quality beef to your herd. His sire was everything we could ask from erence Sire B, whose sire sold to Mr. T. Alpin, Santa Rosa, California for
a bull. All 14 ancestors Polled. Officially calfhood vaccinated. $18,500. His sire had everything we could ask for of a bull. Prospective top
herd improver. All 14 ancestors Polled. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Dam
LOT 12 BULL selling as Lot 106.
CWR Larry Domino 1 P-10294854-1082923 LOT 18 BULL
Calved Jaunary 25, 1958 Tattoo RE 824 LE 824 CWR Adv Larry 41A P-10581245-1148089
(CMR Larry Dom 118 [CMR Larry Domino P Calved December 31, 1958 Tattoo RE 891 LE 891
CMR Real Larry 1 1 7719551-600122 1CMR Donna Mschf 17 P
P8705171-769692 4 Bonnie Real Pawnee Real 6 P RCR Advd Larry 19 [RCR Advanced Larry P
7055152-521758 1Bonnie Heiress 3 P CWR Advd Larry 41 P7514200-566134 Miss R Anxiety 1 P
[Diamond Mischief [Domestic Mischief 51 P P9684331-944415 Miss Super Dom 335 SVR Super Domino 10 P
Miss Diamond B 281 I 4421000-237792 ]Lady Diamond 2 H | 6338674-419239 IMiss Super Domino 17 P
6308195-413774 1 Bonny 82 Bonny Blanchard 99 P (Mischief Domino R 21 fCMR Misch Dom 34 P
I 3324122-236047 (Ida 6 P CWR Misch Dominess 4 I 7547034-577711 ICMR Dominette 43 P
Here is a young bull by CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A." He has P8983522-799089 4 Miss Diamond B 281 Diamond Mischief P
depth of quarteZ and many other desirable features. A real prospect. Offic- I 6308195-413774 1Bonny 82 P
ially calfhood vaccinated. A top Advanced Larry bull calf out of a Mischief Domino cow. Could be 100
per cent dehorner. All 14 ancestors Polled. Officially calfhood vaccinated.
LOT 13 BULL Dam selling as Lot 44.
CWR Larry Domino 19 P-10559886-1132140 LOT 19 BULL
Calved December 15, 1958 Tattoo RE 883 LE 883
(CMR Larry Dom 118 fCMR Larry Domino P CWR Advd Larry 51 P-10129853-1044205
CMR Real Larry 1 7719551-600122 CMR Donna Mschf 17 P Calved December 10, 1957 Tattoo RE 779 LE 779
P-8705171-769692 4Bonnie Real Pawnee Real 6 P (RCR Advanced Larry CMR Adv Domino 61 P
I 7055152-521758 }Bonnie Heiress 3 P RCR Advd Larry 19 5952953-414751 Bama L Domino 32 P
(Prince Rollo 109 Prince Rollo 54 P P7514200-566134 IMiss R Anxiety 1 Junior Anxiety P
WHF Miss Bonnie Beau 5755969-368072 Sprr Prncss Dom 918 P I 4794041-272518 Miss R Domino 35 P
P 8112166-671761 Beau Beauty 8 Beau Bonnie 123 P (SF Larry Misch 66 [SFL Domino Mischief P
S4047081-204268 IDes Sexta Septa P CWR Mona Mischief 6575687-467047 IMary Rose H
This youngster by CMR Real Larry 1st, Refenence Sire "A," is intensely P8450784-707121 Mona Plato 6 [Euchre Domino 58 P
Polled with all 14 ancestors Polled. Could easily develop into an outstand- I 6612894-455952 Mona Plato C P
ing herd sire equally as good as his illustrious father. Officially calfhood An Advanced Larry bull that is now ready for service. The kind that will
vaccinated. Dam selling as Lot 90. improve your herd. Look at his many desirable qualities. Intensely Polled.
LOT 14 BULL Offically calfhood vaccinated. Dam selling as Lot 30.
CWR Larry Domino 29 P-10763608-1185130 LOT BULL
Calved February 5, 1959 Tattoo RE 935 LE 935 T 20 B
(CMR Larry Dom 118 fCMR Larry Domino P CWR Misc Domino 22 P-10099408-1046779
CMR Real Larry 1 I 7719551-600122 1CMR Donna Mschf 17 P Calved July 3, 1957 Tattoo RE 752 LE 752
8705171-769692 nnie Real [Pawnee Real 6 P
I 7055152-521758 IBonnie Heiress 3 P (CMR Mishchief Dom 34 fCMR Rollo Dom 12 P
Mischief Domino R 21 I 5357144-316111 1Roo's Bluebonnet P
CRR Bell 2 i Domino 2 Victor Domino 126 P P7547034-577711 CMR Dominette 43 [Circle M Adv Domino P
CRBl21*5201095-313996 Fay Domino 3 P I 3998688-207253 [Celia Domino P
6931716-494340 Circle R Bell Capain Tom P
4988105-282937 ot Domino P (Domino Mischief (Domestic Mischief 6 P
Miss Lee Domino 112 ( 4057351-204062 (Lena Domino P
Atop prospective herd sire that should be a most valuable addition to any P8135677-645529 Miss Anxiety Lee 24 [Soy Bo P
herd. By MR Real Larry 1st, reference sire "A," and carrying many of [ 5889723 Lady Lee 2 P
hs excellent qualities. Out of one of our best prd carood manyrofs.731LayLe All exacestors polled for three generations. Officslly calf hood vaccinatedon. A top son of Mischief Domino R 21, Reference Sire "C." CMR on top
side, Domestic Mischief on bottom. Now ready for immediate service. InLOT 15 BULL tensely Polled. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Dam selling as Lot 86
CWR Larry Domino 27 P-10760640-1185133 LOT 21 BULL
Calved January 27, 1959 Tattoo RE 930 LE 930
(CMR Larry Dom 118 [CMR Larry Domino P CWR Misc Domino 24 P-10122181-1039372
CMR Real Larry 1 7719551-600122 ICMR Donna Mschf 17 P Calved October 24, 1957 Tattoo RE 763 LE 763
P8705171-769692 Bonnie Real [Pawnee Real 6 P (CMR Mischief Dom 34 [CMR Rollo Dom 12
S7055152-521758 IBonnie Heiress 3 P Mischief Domino R 21 I 5357144-316111 (Rollo's Bluebonnet P
(RCR Advanced Larry [CMR Adv Domino 61 P P7547034-577711 CMR Dominette 43 fCircle M Adv Domino P
Adv Larrys Princess I 5952953-414751 1Bama L Domino 32 P 1 3998688-207253 ICelia Domino P
P7764890-603350 4GHC Princess 1 [CMR Adv Domino 8 P (GHF Rollo Domino 3 fCMR Rollo Domino 15 P
1 5825478-883455 (DHF Princess 27 P MVF Miss Rollo D16 4714962-267533 Superior Ann 3 P
Bull Calf by Reference Sire "A." You have probably seen his sire. This 7151635-523930 Big Cove Lass 31 Big Cove Domino 5 P
calf could easily become as good. Excellent breeding, from an outstanding I 5685238 (Big Cove Lass 5 P
producing cow. All 14 ancestors Polled. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Bulls of this type and serviceable age are very much in demand. CMR breeding top and bottom. He carries many desirable qualities. Officially calfhood
LOT 16 BULL vaccinated.
CWR Larry Domino 24 P-10760635-1185139 LOT 22 BULL
Calved January 15, 1959 Tattoo RE 922 LE 922 CWR Misc Domino 28 P-10122186-1039377
RCMR Larry Dom 118 fCMR Larry Domino P
CMR Real Larry 1 7719551-600122 1CMR Donna Mschf 17 P Calved November 17, 1957 Tattoo RE 770 LE 770
98705171-769692 Bonnie Real [Pawnee Real 6 P (CMR Mischief Dom 34 fCMR Rollo Dom 12 P
1 7055152-521758 (Bonnie Heiress 3 P Mischief Domino R 21 1 5357144-316111 (Rollo's Bluebonnet P
C(RCR Advd Larry 19 RCR Advanced Larry P P7547034-577711 1CMR Dominette 43 [Circle M Adv Domino P
R Adv Larryetta 25 P7514200-566134 (Miss R Anxiety 1 P I 3998688-207253 (Celia Domino P
49597104-914385 HDH Mischief Belle 1 GHR Anx Mschf 372 P (Lee Larry Misch 1 [Domino Mischief P
B7308521-573267 (MHF Scioto Belle P CWR Mischief Girl 7487752-555385 ILazy Hill Donna H
ull calf with outstanding breeding. He is by CMR Real Larry 1st, Refer- P8450786-715455 Miss Lee D Michf 8 [Domino Mischief P
SSire "A," out of an Advanced Larry matron by RCR Adv. Larry 19th, 7150080-528105 1Miss Anxiety 21 H
"B." h is cross is excellentdbrood matrenc Sire e"B." This cross is equal to any breeding offered in this sale. One of the most popular pedigrees available. Out of an excellent brood mat4 ancestors Polled. A real Herd Bull prospect. Officially calfhood vacci- ron. Ready for immediate service. Could be just the bull you need for herd nated. Dam selling as Lot 64. improvement. Officially calfhood vaccinated.
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COCK O' WALK'S 'CREAM O' CROP' DISPERSAL, JAN. 16, 1960
LOT 27 COW
. CWR Victoria Domino P-8202325-658550
Calved July 21, 1953 Tattoo: RE 306 LE 306
fVictor Dom Return fVictor Domino 126 P
RHR V Dom Return 15 4754175-260149 Choice Roselle 4 P
5665516-357113 no Tone 10 [Reed Rupert H
3604859 IDixie Inotone H
(Relsons Domino 20 [CMR Adv Dom 63 P
Rita Domino 1 I 4993994-287697 [Bama L Domino 33 P
6889839-481734 lGrace Pawnee 7 fPawnee Prince 20 P
L 4664129-257095 lGrace Pawnee P
An excellent producing brood matron. Dam of Lots 24 and 67. Examined by veterinarian and found safe in calf by CWR Don Mischief 2nd. Officially calfhood vaccinated from an accredited herd.
LOT 28 cow
CWR Anx. Dominette P-8202326-658549
Calved Sept. 12, 1953 Tattoo: RE 308 LE 30
rCMR Anxiety Dom 34 [CMR Adv Domino 50 P
Adv Anxiety Dom TW 1 5648968-346035 1Bonnie Blanche 81 P
7249675-592177 Ora Mae [Bonnie 14 P
I 4192078-234803 lOna M Domino 2 P
[Junior Anxiety fPld Anxiety 4 P
'-Miss R Anxiety 1 1 3491204-169900 1 SalineH
4794041-272518 Miss R Domino 35 JRoyal Choice Dom 27 P
I 3455566-168645 Miss Bonnie 142 P
Rita Domino 1st (dam of Lots 27 and 32) One of our best brood matrons having produced us show calves. CMR
breeding top side, out of Miss R Anxiety 1st, dam of RCR Advanced Larry OT 23 ULL 19th Reference Sire "B." Safe in calf to Mischief Domino R 21st. Officiall
LOT 23 BULL calfhood vaccinated from an accredited herd.
CWR Misc Domino 33 P-10199106-1064975
Calved December 25, 1957 Tattoo RE 786 LE 786 LOT 29 COW
FCMR Mischief Dom 34 (CMR Rollo Dom 12 P
Mischief Domino R 21 I 5357144-316111 lRollo's Bluebonnet P CWR Anx. Dominette 5" P-8202330-684553
P7547034-577711 ACMR Dominette 43 [Circle M Adv Domino P Calved Nov. 7, 1953 Tattoo: RE 317 LE 317
I 3998688-207253 [Celia Domino P CMR Anxiety Do 34
fAdv Anxiety Dom fCMR Anx Domino 34 P 34 CMR Adv Domino 50 P
CWR Anx Dominette 8 (Ad24 ie 2Dom [MRAnxDomino 34 P Adv Anxiety Dom TW 1' 5648968-346035 Bonnie Blanche 81 P
P8442179-715460 4BCF Rollo Queen 2 [GHF Rollo Domino 3 P 7249675-592177 Ora Mae Bonnie 14 P
1 6539535-458036 [Sprr Prncss Dom 620 P 4192078-234803 Ona M Domino 2 P
This Mischief Domino-Anxiety cross is tops. Ready for work. Improve your Rollie Ruby 2 C Roo ae 2 [CMR Rol Domino 1P
calf crop with this rugged bull. All 14 ancerstors Polled. Officially calf- 6961270-516587 IRuby Plato Domino 70 P
hood vaccinated. Dam selling as Lot 33. I 5292065 ]Princess Domino 2 P
Double bred CMR. A good proven brood matron. Dam of Lot 9 Bull,
LOT 24 BULL Safe in calf to CWR Super Rollo. Officially calfhood vaccinated from
CWR Larry Domino 3 P-10294857-1082927 accredited herd.
Calved February 5, 1958 Tattoo RE 832 LE 832
(CMR Larry Dom 118 CMR Larry Domino P LOT 30 CO
CMR Real Larry 1 1 7719551-600122 CMR Donna Mschf 17 PCWR Mona Mischief P-8450784-707121
P8705171-769692 dBonnie Real Pawnee Real 6 P CWR Mona Mischief P-8450784-707121
I 7055152-521758 Bonnie Heiress 3 P Calved April 7, 1954 Tattoo: RE 428 LE 4
IRHR V Dom Return 15 [Victor Dom Return P (SFL Domino Mischief fMW Domino 38 H
CWR Victoria Domino I 5665516-357113 Ino Tone 10 H SF Larry Misch 66 5053258-292891 1Bama L Domino 11 P
P8202325-658550 Rita Domino 1 JRelsons Domino 20 P 6575687-467047 1Mary Rose [Hank Domino H
I 6889839-481734 }Grace Pawnee 7 P 1 2934671 1 Rose 2 H
Another good son of CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A," look at the (Euchre Domino 58 fEuchre Domino P
many desirable features inherited from his outstanding sire. A real pros- Mona Plato 6 I 5361076-322698 1 Fern 1 P
pective herd improver. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Dam selling at Lot 27. 6612894-455952 Mona Plato C fThe Advanxiety H
1 3424686-167023 [Mona Plato A P
Consistently a good producer. Dam of bull selling as Lot 19. Safe in LOT 25 BULL to Mischief Domino R 21, Reference Sire "C." Officially calfhood vaccinated
CWR Larry Domino 21 P-10695298-1178948
Calved January 6, 1959 Tattoo RE 910 LE 910
(CMR Larry Domino 118 [CMR Larry Domino P LOT 31 COW
CMR Real Larry 1 7719551-600122 1 CMR Donna Mschf 17 P CWR Rollo Duchess P-8206110-658551
P8705171-769692 Bonnie Real [Pawnee Real 6 P C RRloDcesP8010 685
i 7055152-521758 [Bonnie Heiress 3 P Calvey July 6, 1953 Tattoo: RE 304 LE
(CMR Silver Elation (WHR Elation 52 H [Domes Misch 97 [Domes Misch 32 P
CM Belle Elation ( 5306524 fMiss Reelfoot S 9 H JFG Domestic Misch 53 I 4286119-228114 1Kate W 38 P
6151506-434487 iT Mellow Bell 4 [Mellow Mischief P 5838766-379709 RMerry Misch 2 [Domes Misch 32 P
1 4633529-258828 ] Bell Domino P I 4650080-258605 I Miss B Woodrow P
We think this bull calf has the qualifications of developing into the kind of (GHF Rollo Domino 3 [CMR Rollo Domino 15
herd sire that would be most desirable in any herd. By reference sire "A," BCF Rollo Queen 2 ] 4714962-267533 [Superior Ann 3 P
out of a good producing cow. CMR breeding both top and bottom. Offic- 6539535-458036 4Sprr Prncss Dom 620 [Sprr Pr Domino 25 P
ially calfhood vaccinated. [ 3293997-152726 1 Prida Paladin 5 P
Has produced three calves in less than 3 years. Dam of Lots 67 and 14
LOT 26 COW Safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2. Officially calfhood vaccinated.
CWR Adv. Larrys Lady P-8450785-699800
Calved April 8, 1954 Tattoo RE 429 LE 429
RCR Advanced Larry CMR Adv Dom 61 P LOT 3 CO
RCR Advanced Larry 11 5952953-414751 Bama L Domino 32 P CWR Anx. Dominette 7" P-8442178-715462
7100684-519680 CMR Blanche Dom 10 CMR Rollo Domino 12 P C
7 4825577-272985 [Velda 5 H Calved July 5, 1954 Tattoo: RE 437 RE
fCVH Domes Mischief 1 [Domino Misch. P (CMR Anxiety Dom 34 fCMR Adv Domino 50 P
CVH Duchess Mischief 2 ( 4952947-286320 ]Real Duchess 24 P Adv Anxiety Dom TW I 5648968-346035 [Bonnie Blanche 8 P
6121168-401432 |ALF Rosalie 4 [Battle Domino 37 H 7249675-592177 lOra Mae [Bonnie 14 P
[ 4387162-245167 [Miss Domino 111 P I 4192078-234803 1Ona M Domino 2 P
By RCR Advance Larry 11th whose sire sold to T. Alpine, Santa Rosa, Calif. (Relsons Domino 20 [.CMR Adv Domino 63 F
for $18,500. Out of CVH Duchess Mischief 2nd that was Grand Champion Rita Domino 1 I 4993994-287697 Bama L Domino 33 P
female at Atlanta and sold to M. G. Lee, Cuthbert, Ga. for $2,700. This 6889839-481734 4 Grace Pawnee 7 [Pawnee Prince 20 P
is a proven top brood matron. Dam of Lot 75. Officially calfhood vacci- I 4664129-257095 [Grace Pawnee P
nated from an Accredited Herd. Examined by veterinarian and found safe CMR breeding top and bottom. Dam of Lot 78. Safe in calf to C
in calf by Mischief Domino R 21. Super Rollo. Offiically calfhood vaccinated.
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LOT 33 COW LOT 39 COW
CWR Anx. Dominette 8" P-8442179-715460 CWR Adv. Larryetta 7" P-8785522-757982
Calved July 11, 1954 Tattoo: RE 438 LE 438 Calved March 11, 1955 Tattoo: RE 510 LE 510
fCMR Anxiety Domino 34 (CMR Adv Domino 50 P (RCR Advanced Larry [CMR Adv Dom 61 P
Adv Anxiety Dom TW I 5648968-346035 ] Bonnie Blanche 81 P RCR Advd Larry 19 I 5952953-414751 Bama L Domino 32 P
7249675-592177 Ora Mae fBonnie 14 P 7514200-566134 IMiss R Anxiety 1 [Junior Anxiety P
1 4192078-234803 IOna M Domino 2 P [ 4794041-272518 1Miss R Domino 35 P
(GHF Rollo Domino 3 (CMR Hollo Dom 15 P [Euchre Domino 48 [Euchre Domino P
BCF Rollo Queen 2 4714962-267533 )Superior Ann 3 P Gay Stanway 39 5002891-291210 lAdvandona 58 P
6539535-458036 Sprr Prness Dom 620 [Sprr Pr. Domino 25 P 6612905-455946 Gay Stanway 5 [Advanxiety MH 6 P
1 3293997-152726 1 Prida Paladin 5 P 3811580-198598 fGay Stanway 2 H
Double bred CMR. A good producer. Dam of good bull Lot 23. Safe in A top daughter of RCR Advance Larry, Reference Sire "B." Dam of Lot
calf to CMR Real Larry 1st. Reference Sire "A." Officially calfhood 118. Safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2. Officially calfhood vaccinated.
vaccinated.
LOT 34 COW LOT 40 COW
CWR Adv. Larryetta 10" P-8851658-778416
CWR Anx. Dominette 9" P-8450787-715461 Calved Apr. Ad. Larryetta 10" P-8851658-7784Tattoo: RE 515 LE 515
Calved July 12, 1954 Tattoo: RE 439 LE 439 fRCR Advanced Larry fCMR Adv Donino 61 P
(CMR Anxiety Dom 34 [CMR Adv Domino 50 P RCR Advd Larry 19 (5952953-414751 Bama L Domino 32 P
Adv Anxiety Dom TW 5648968-346035 lBonnie Blanche 81 P 7514200-566134 Miss R Anxiety 1 Junior Anxiety P
7249675-592177 Ora Mae Bonnie 14 P P 4794041-272518 1 Miss R Domino 35 P
1 4192078-234803 Ona M Domino 2 P rPB Advance Domino 5 fNF Advance Dom 4 P
(GHF Rollo Domino 3 RCMR Rollo Dom 15 P PB Miss Orville 1 I 6079102-401004 Lucy Bonnie H
BCF Rollo Lass I I 4714962-267533 1Superior Ann 3 P 7394008-572505 GP Princess Orville 8 Orville Domino 32 H
6539534-465047 Big Cove Lass 31 [Big Cove Dom 5 P i 4469477 Dom Leodie 16 H
I 5685238 Big Cove Lass 5 P Another good brood matron by RCR Advance Larry 19th. Reference Sire
CMR Breeding top and bottom. All of her calves have been excellent. Safe "B." Safe in calf to Mischief Domino R 21st, Reference Sire "C." Offiin calf to CWR Advance Larry 36th. Officially calfhood vaccinated. cially calfhood vaccinated.
LOT 41 COW
LOT 35 COW CWR Anx. Dominette 11" P-8851659-778417
CWR Adv. Larryetta P-8693288-729612 Calved May 2, 1955 Tattoo: RE 516 LE 516
Calved Oct. 21, 1954 Tattoo: RE 445 LE 445 [CMR Anxiety Dom 34 [CMR Adv Domino 50 P
(RCR Advd Larry fCMR Adv Domino 61 P Adv Anviety Dom 5648968-346035 Bonnie Blanche 81 P
RCR Advd Larry 19 I 5952953-414751 1 Bamna L Domino 32 P 7249675-592177 Ora Mae 2Bo3nnie 14 P
7514200-566134 4Miss R Anxiety 1 [Jr. Anxiety P 1 4192078-234803 lOne M Domino 2 P
S4794041-272518 Miss R Domino 35 P [Domino Mischief Domestic Mischief 6 P
C Rollo Advance 2 JCMR Rollo Dom 13 P Miss Lee D Mischief 31 I 4057351-204062 Lena Domino P
Miss Silver Rollo 2 5628876-351706 CMR Dominette 100 P 7859783-645530 Mischief Margan Woodrow Mischief 46 P
6884080-508020 Miss CSF Silver 8 HHF Silver Mischief H [ 6039022 IMischief 88 P
[ 5077911 lMiss Orville H A proven producer that is intensely polled, all 14 ancestors polled. Dam of
Dam of Lot 162. A top daughter of RCR Advanced Larry 19th. Reference Lot 131. Safe in calf to Mischief Domino R 21. Officially calfhood vaccinated
Sire "B." Double bred CMR. Safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd.
Officially calfhood vaccinated.
LOT 42 COW
LOT 36 COW CWR Misch Dominess 2" P-8961174-788501
CWR Anx. Dominette 10" P-8595427-707304 Calved July 3, 1955 Tattoo: RE 522 LE 522
(CMR Misch Doma 34 [OMR Rollo Doma 12 P
Calved Oct. 10, 1954 Tattoo: RE 442 LE 442 Mischief Domino R 21 I 5357144-316111 1Rollo's Bluebonnet P
(CMR Anx Domino 34 [CMR Adv Doamino 50 P 7547034-577711 4 CMR Dominette 43 fCircle M Adv Dom P
Adv Anxiety Dom 5648968-346035 1 Bonnie Blanche 81 P [ 3998688-207253 ICelia Domino P
7249675-592177 Ora Mae [Bonnie 14 P (GHF Rollo Domino 3 [CMR Rollo Dom 15 P
S4192078-234803 1Ona M Domino 2 P BCF Rollo Lass 1 I 4714962-267533 1 Superior Ann 3 P
(HSF Victor Doimno 2 [Victor Domino 126 P 6539534-465047 dBig Cove Lass 31 (Big Cove Domino 5 P
CRR Bell 2 I' 5201095-313996 1Fay Domino 3 P t 5685238 )Big Cove Lass 5 P
6931716-494340 4Circle R Bell [Captain Tom P A top producing daughter of Mischief Domino R 21st. Double bred CMR.
1 4988105-282937 Nona M Domino P Safe in calf to CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A." Officially calfHas produced us show calves all well marked and smooth headed. All 14 hood vaccinated.
ancestors polled. A proven brood matron. Will be bred by sale date.
Officially calfhood vaccinated.
LOT 43 COW
LOT 37 COW CWR Misch Dominess P-8961173-799090
LOT 37 COW Calved July 3, 1955 Tattoo: RE 521 LE 521
CWR ADV Larryetta 2" P-8728823-738232 (CMR Misch Dom 34 [CMR Rollo Dom 12 P
Calved January 3, 1955 Tattoo: RE 501 LE 501 Mischief Domino R 21 I 5357144-316111 Rollo's Bluebonnet P
7547034-577711 4 CMR Dominette 43 (Circle M Adv Dom P
CRCR Advanced Larry [CMR Adv Domino 61 P I 3998688-207253 iCelia Domino P
RCR Advd Larry 19 I 5952953-414751 1Bama L Domino 32 P
7514200-566134 ~ Miss R Anxiety 1 [Junior Anxiety P GHF Rollo Domino 3 [CMR Rollo Dom 15 P
1 4794041-272518 1 Miss R Domino 35 P MVF Miss Rollo D 16 I 4714962-267533 1Superior Ann 3 P
(Battle Mixer 24 [Battle Mixer P 7151635-523930 1 Big Cove Lass 31 [Big Cove Domino 5 P
CR Princess Domino 3 I 5576567-349761 lLeota A Mixer P I 5685238 1Big Cove Lass 5 P
7636965-583266 Prncss Dom 2 fWoodford Bullion P Intensely polled brood matron with 13 of 14 ancestors polled. Circle M
1 5388698-311814 \Lucy Dom P breeding both sides. Has dropped two excellent bull calves. Safe in calf
A top proven brood matron by RCR Advance Larry 19th Reference Sire "B." to CWR Advance Larry 36th. Officially calfhood vaccinated.
This Advance Larry, Battle Mixer cross has proven must successful. Dam of Lot 143. Safe in calf to CWR Super Rollo. Officially calfhood vaccinated.
LOT 44 COW
CWR Misch Dominess 4" P-8983522-799089
LOT 38 COW Calved July 26, 1955 Tattoo: RE 526 LE 526
(CMR Misch Dom 34 (CMR Rollo Dom 12 P
CWR Adv. Larryetta 4" P-8785519-757987 Mischief Domino R 21 1 5357144-316111 I Rollo's Bluebonnet P
Calved February 21, 1955 Tattoo: RE 505 LE 505 7547034-577711 4 CMR Dominette 43 [Circle M Adv Dom P
(RCR Advanced Larry [CMR Adv Dom 61 P I 3998688-207253 1 Celia Domino P
RCR Advd Larry 19 5952953-414751 1Bama L Domino 32 P fDiamond Mischief [Domestic Misch 51 P
7514200-566134 (Miss R Anxiety 1 fJunior Anxiety P Miss Diamond B 281 I( 4421000-237792 1 Lady Diamond 2 H
[ 4794041-272518 )Miss R Domino 35 P 6308195-413774 4Bonny 82 [Bonny Blanchard 99 P
(GHR Anx Mischief 372 [Anxiety Woodrow P I 3324122-236047 1Ida 6 P
H}[ Mischief Belle I 5092665-296905 1 Texas Rose 1 P Top daughter of Misch Domino R 21st. Dam of a good bull Lot 18. A
7308521-573267 4MHF Scioto Belle (Hazford Beau 3 P proven brood matron. Safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd. Officially
[ 5683157-355968 lIsabel 41 P calfhood vaccinated.
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COCK O' WALK'S 'CREAM 0' CROP' DISPERSAL, JAN. 16, 1960
LOT 49 COW
CWR Adv. Larryetta 19" P-9264438-853844
SCalved Jan. 31, 1956 Tattoo: RE 613 LE 613
RCR Advanced Larry fCMR Adv Domino 61 P
RCR Advd Larry 19 5952953-414751 fBama L Domino 32 P
P-7514200-566134 Miss R Anxiety 1 Junior Anxiety P
S4794041-272518 Miss R Domino 35 P
SVR Super Domino 10 HAF Super Domino 9611
Miss Super Domino 335 4399887-242277 Miss Bonnie Dom 33 P
6338674-419239 Miss Super Domino 17 [HAF Super Domino 96 H
S4413162-239356 1Miss W Mischief 2 P
Sired by RCR Adv. Larry 19th, Reference Sire "B" whose sire sold for
$18,500. A proven brood matron, safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd.
Officially calfhood vaccinated.
LOT 50 COW
SCWR Super Rollette P-9264430-853856
Calved Jan. 1, 1956 Tattoo: RE 600 LE 600
(GHR Super Rollo [CMR Rollo Dom 28 P
CWR Super Rollo ( 5983266-377924 1Ella Rollo P
P-8206107-658547 BCF Rollo Lass 1 fGHF Rollo Domino 3 P
S6539534-465047 IBig Cove Lass 31 H
Prince Rollo 109 Prince Rollo 54 P
WHF Princess Rollina 38 5755969-368072 Sprr Prncess Dom 918 P
P-8112163-675177 SR Prncss Dom 11 CMR Adv Domino 57 P
S5292298-318905 lBertha Belle P
Bama Larryanna 98 (dam of Lot 46) Dam of lot 156. CMR breeding top and bottom. A proven good bred
matron. Safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd. Officially calfhood vaccinated.
LOT 45 COW
CWR Adv. Larryetta 11" P-8956871-788498 LOT 51 COW
Calved May 16, 1955 Tattoo: RE 517 LE 517
Calved May 16, 195 ed Larry TMt Ad E Dom 61 P CWR Anxiety Rollette P-9264432-853855
RCR Advd Larry 19 5952953-414751 {Bama L Domino 32 P Calved Jan. 7, 1956 Tattoo: RE 604 LE 604
7514200-566134 Miss R Anxiety 1 JJunior Anxiety P (GHR Super Rollo fCMR Rollo Dom 28 P
4794041-272518 1Miss R Domino 35 P CWR Super Rollo I 5983266-377924 1Ella Rollo P
IDiamond Mischief Domestic Misch 51 P P-8206107-658547 BCF Rollo Lass 1 fGHF Rollo Domino 3 P
Miss Diamond B 295 4421000-237792 Lady Diamond 2 H 1 6539534-465047 1Big Cove Lass 31 H
6308202-413776 Miss Bonnie 83 Bonny Blnchd 99 P rAdv Anxiety Dom fCMR Anxiety Dom 34 P
S3324121-236051 IMiss Bonnie 49 P CWR Anx Dominette 2 7249675-592177 1 Ora Mae P
A proven brood matron by RCR Advance Larry 19th whose sire sold for P-8202327-666353 J Essie Anxiety fDomestic Domino 3 P
$18,500 to T. Alpin, Santa Rosa, Calif. Safe in calf to CMR Real Larry 1st, 6652792-548870 1Essie Anxiety H
Reference Sire "A." Officially calfhood vaccinated. Dam of Lot 138. A proven brood matron. CMR breeding top and bottom.
Safe in calf to Mischief Domino R 21st, Reference Sire "C." Officially calfhood vaccinated.
LOT 46 COW LOT 52 COW
CWR Misch Dominess 3" P-8961175-788502
Calved July 4, 1955 Tattoo: RE 524 LE 524 CWR Adv. Larryetta 18" P-9264436-853845
CMR Misch Dom 34 fCMR Rollo Dom 12 P Calved Jan. 25, 1956 Tattoo: RE 610 LE 610
Mischief Domino R 21 5357144-316111 1Rollo's Bluebonnet P (RCR Advanced Larry JCMR Adv Domino 61 P
7547034-577711 CMR Dominette 43 Circle M Adv Dom P RCR Advd Larry 19 I 5952953-414751 1Bama L Domino 32 P
3998688-207253 lCelia Domino P P-7514200-566134 Miss R Anxiety 1 [Junior Anxiety P
REL S Perfection 168 fS Perfection 52 P 4794041-272518 1Miss R Domino 35 P
Bama Larryanna 98 4565383-255116 1 Bama L Domino 34 P Euchre Domino 48 [Euchre Domino P
6758044-489544 Miss Glory 45 fTT Triumphant H Gay Stanway 39 5002891-291210 [Advandona 58 P
S5266236 [TT Patricia 1 H 6612905-455946 Gay Stanway 5 fAdvanxiety MH 6 P
Dam of Lot 141. By Mischief Domino R 21st, Reference Sire "C" out of a I 3811580-198598 [Gay Stanway 2 H
good milking "Bama" cow. Safe in calf to CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference Another top daughter and proven brood matron by RCR Adv Larry 19th
sire "A." Officially calfhood vaccinated, whose sire sold for $18,500. Bred to CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference sie
"A" 6/13/59. Officially calfhood vaccinated.
LOT 47 COW LOT 53 COW
CWR Adv. Larryetta 12" P-9205988-840657 CWR Adv. Larryetta 20" P-9264439-853846
Calved Oct. 27, 1955 Tattoo: RE 538 LE 538 Calved Jan. 31, 1956 Tattoo: RE 614 LE 614
(RCR Advanced Larry CMR Adv Domino 61 P (RCR Advanced Larry [CMR Adv Domino 61 P
RCR Advd Larry 19 5952953-414751 {Bama L Domino 32 P RCR Advd Larry 19 f 5952953-414751 1 Bama L Domino 32 P
7514200-566134 Miss R Anxiety 1 Junior Anxiety P P7514200-566134 Miss R Anxiety 1 Junior Anxiety P
4794041-272518 Miss R Domino 35 P P 4794041-272518 1)Miss R Domino 35 P
KDomestic Domino Jr. 2 fDomestic Domino 2 P M(Euchre Domino 58 fEuchre Domino P
K Princess 4948204-291018 Plato's Girlie 13 H Mona Plato 6 I 5361076-322698 Fern 1 P
6658635-548867 Prncess 8 fDomes Dom Jr. 2 P 6612894-455952 Mona Plato C The Advanxiety H
5689381-357644 [Mischief Princess P [ 3424686-167023 IMona Plato A P
Another good daughter of RCR Advanced Larry 19th whose sire sold or Dropped an excellent bull calf Jan. 12, 1959. Grandsire sold for $18.
$18,500. Safe in calf to CWR Super Rollo. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Also resold at the advance age of 10 years for over $7,000. Safe in calf
Mischief Domino R 21st, reference sire "C." Officially calfhood vaccinated
LOT 48 COW LOT 54 COw
CWR Adv. Larryetta 16" P-9205991-840658
Calved Dec. 23, 1955 Tattoo: RE 546 LE 546 CWR Adv. Larryetta 17" P-9264435-853848
(RCR Advanced Larry CMR Adv Domino 61 P Calved Jan. 18, 1956 Tattoo: RE 609 LE
RCR Advd Larry 19 5952953-414751 lBama L Domino 32 P (RCR Advanced Larry [CMR Adv Domino 61 P
7514200-566134 Miss R Anxiety 1 Junior Anxiety P RCR Advd Larry 19 I 5952953-414751 fBama L Domino 32 P
I 4794041-272518 1Miss R Domino 35 P P-7514200-566134 4Miss R Anxiety 1 [Junior Anxiety P
(Rollo Minor Domino fPawnee Prince 20 P I 4794041-272518 )Miss R Domino 35 P
Miss Rollo Domino 23 ( 4272716-215370 1 Miss Minor Domino P (Edd Domino (Minor Domino 2 P
7667447-578921 Lady Battle D 3 fBattle Domino 31 P Miss Domino Mixer 1' 6339880-418903 1 J Bonnie Plato 2 P
I 4334344-236033 1Mischief's Ring P P-7607528-570615 JV Merit Mixer 1 [Merit Mixer 22 H
This top daughter of RCR Advanced Larry 19th is intensely polled with all [ 4852391 .[Miss Merit Mixer 1 B
14 ancestors polled. A proven brood matron. Safe in calf to CWR Don Another proven brood matron by RCR Adv. Larry 19th. Safe in calf
Mischief 2nd. Officially calfhood vaccinated Mischief Domino R 21st, reference sire "C." Offically calfhood vaccinated
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LOT 55 COW LOT 61 COW
CWR Beau Rollette P-9264433-853852 CWR Adv. Larryetta 24" P-9594967-914386
Calved Jan. 9, 1956 Tattoo: RE 605 LE 605 Calved May 1, 1956 Tattoo: RE 634 LE 634
GHR Super Rollo CMR Rollo Dom 28 P RCR Advanced Larry CMR Adv Domino 61 P
CWR Super Rollo 5983266-377924 Ella Rollo P RCR Advd Larry 19 5952953-414751 Bama L Domino 32 P
p-8206107-658547 BCF Rollo Lass 1 GHF Rollo Domino 3 P P-7514200-566134 Miss R Anxiety 1 Junior Anxiety P
6539534-465047 fBig Cove Lass 31 H 4794041-272518 Miss R Domino 35 P
HSF Beau Victor 55 EER Victor Domino 2 P Prince Rollo 109 Prince Rollo 54 P
KBF Beau Victor 8 6537242-447884 Henrietta 299 P WHF Debbie Belle 1 5755969--368(Y072 Sprr Prncss Dom 918 P
P-8162073-656179 Callie Cap Domino P P-7869102-609666 SR Blue Belle 6 JClinton Domino 9 P
S3809779-192155 [Catherline P 5007618-294978 [SR Blue Belle H
CMR and Double E breeding, which is among the best in America. Dam of Another intensely polled brood matron by RCR Advanced Larry 19th. Safe
Lot 140.. All 14 ancestors polled. Pasture exposed to Mischief Domino R in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd. Officially calfhood vaccinated.
21st reference sire "C" from 2/20/59 to 5/20/59. Offically calfhood vaccinated.
LOT 56 COW LOT 62 COW
CWR Miss Lucky Beau P-9594968-914387
CWR Larietta Domino P-9264441-853847 Calved May 2, 1956 Tattoo: RE 635 LE 635
Calved Feb. 2, 1956 Tattoo: RE 618 LE 618 fMB Perfection [Perfection Domino 5 P
[Adv Anxiety Dom TW JCMR Anxiety Dom 34 P CWR Beau Perfect 2 6323313-438217 Ila Bullion P
CWR Anx Domino 4 7249675-592177 Ora Mae P P-8237351-684601 Gay Stanway 37 Euchre Domino 48 P
P-8202322-684550 Miriam Domino Marvel K Domino 5 P 6612902-544947 fGay Stanway 3 P
6766939-497256 [Mildred P GAR Lucky Prince Happy Prince C P
SF Larry Mischief 2 MW Domino 38 H GFB Lucky Girl 1 5950633-389694 1Daisy Domino P
SF Larrietta 13 5725469-362515 Bama L Domino 11 P P-8262892-8-682458 Gar Kate Mischief 3 fJFG Domes Misch 44 P
7092362-523291 Canadian Lady Royal Canadian H 6866562 GAR Rollette 1 P
4807651 Came's Lady Love H A good brood matron from one of best milking cows. Intensely polled. Safe
Dam of Lot 161. A top brood matron having dropped two excellent calves, in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd. Dam sells as Lot 94. Officially calfSafe in calf to Mischief Domino R 21st. Officially calfhood vaccinated, hood vaccinated.
LOT 57 COW LOT 63 COW
LCWR Rollo Dominess P-9597105-917561 Duchess Domino P-9264440-853854 Calved May 14, 1956 Tattoo: RE 638 LE 638
Calved Feb. 1, 1956 Tattoo: RE 616 LE 616 DT Rollo Domino DM Rollo Domino 1 P
Adv Anxiety Dom TW [CMR Anxiety Dom 34 P DT Rollo Domino 3 6654273-481507 GF Princess Gwen 1 H
CWR Anx Domino 7249675-592177 1 Ora Mae P 7040867-524154 HHF Adv Dominette Circle M Adv Dom P
P-8202319-666352 Domestic Lassie Domestic Domino Jr 2 P 3913167-204550 Ella 155 P
S6616596-548868 Lassie Caldo P rModest C Lamp 5 Pld Modest Lamp 2 P
fJFG Domes Misch 53 fDomes Misch 97 P Mar Lamplighter 6031862-379197 ILady Gold P
CWR Rollo Duchess 5838766-379709 IMerry Misch 2 P P-8389556-721518 Mar Perfection 10 [Sir 1ama Perf 83 P
P-8206110-658551 BCF Rollo Queen 2 1 GHF Rollo Domino 3 P t 3838631-194111 1 Miss Marvel 25 P
1 6539535-458036 1Sprr Prncss Dom 620 P All 14 ancestors polled. Dropped good bull calf 2/7/59. Safe in calf to
Dam of Lot 160. Also the dam of two outstanding calves. Bred to CWR CWR Don Mischief 2nd. Officially calfhood vaccinated.
Mischief Domino 13th 8/14/59. Her dam sells as Lot 31.
LOT 58 COW LOT 64 COW
CWR Adv. Larryetta 25" P-9597104-914385
CWR Adv. Larryetta 21" P-9264442-853849 Calved May Ad. Larryetta 25" 1956 Tattoo: RE 637 LE 637
Calved Feb. 19, 1956 Tattoo: RE 625 LE 625 RCR Advanced Larry CMR Adv Domino 61 P
JRCR Advanced Larry fCMR Adv Domino 61 P
RCR Advanced Larry fCMR Adv Domino 61 P RCR Advd Larry 19 5952953-414751 Bama L Domino 32 P
RCR Advd Larry 19 5952953-414751 1Bama L Domino 32 P P-7514200-566134 Miss R Anxiety 1 Junior Anxiety P
P-7514200-566134 Miss R Anxiety 1 Junior Anxiety P I 4794041-272518 Miss R Domino 35 P
S4794041-272518 lfs RDmno3
4794041-272518 Miss Dono 35 P GHR Anx Mischief 372 Anxiety Woodrow P
rBattle Mixer 24 (Battle Mixer P HDH Mischief Belle 5092665-296905 ITexas Rose 1 P
CR Rosy Domino 3 1 5576567-349761 1 Leota A Mixer P 7308521-573267 MHF Scioto Belle Hazeford Beau 3 P
P-7617932-583267 (Rosy Domino 2 fStanway Domino 2 P 5683157-355968 Isabel 41 P
P-71732582S7 j~syDoin 2333-355 [Stany Domino 2P '173568 Isbl4
r 5313033-315550 ILady Domino P Dam of good bull calf selling as Lot 16 by CMR Real Larry 1st, reference
Another proven brood matron by RCR Adv Larry 19th. Intensely polled as sire "A." Safe in calf to the same sire. The calf from this mating could
all 14 ancestors polled. Safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd. Officially easily be worth more than the price of this brood matron. Officially calfcalfhood vaccinated, hood vaccinated.
LOT 59 COW LOT 65 COW
CWR Domino Princess P-9281486-858067 CWR Adv. Larryetta 26" P-9597106-914383
Calved Feb. 16, 1956 Tattoo: RE 624 LE 624 Calved May 21, 1956 Tattoo: RE 639 LE 639
CWR (Adv Anxiety Dom TW fCMR Anxiety Dom 34 P RCR Advanced Larry CMR Adv Domino 61 P
CW 2 Anx Domino 4 /'7249675-592177 1 Ora Mae P19 ER25t4 1B LDoio3P
-8202322-6845 Miriam Domino M arvel K Domino 5 P RCR Advd Larry 19 5952953-414751 Bama L Domino 32 P
6766939-n497256 a Mildred P P-7514200-566134 Miss R Anxiety 1 Junior Anxiety P
6766939-497256 Mldred P 4794041-272518 iMiss R Domino 35 P
AGAR Lucky Prince {Happy Prince C P fGHF Rollo Domino 3 {CMR Roo Domino 15 P
GAR Lady Luck 19 | 5950633-389694 ]Daisy Domino P BCF Rollo Queen 2 4714962-267533 Superior Ann 3 P
P8163345-676510 Larryetta 41 fMW Larry Domino 7 H 6C395 511 u n 24 Domno3620
5395871 1Dainty Lucy 2 H SpiO Domino 25 P
| 13293997-152726 lrld Paladin
Safe min calf to Mischief Domino R 21st since 3/14/59. Dam sells as Lot All 14 ancestors polled. By RCR Adv. Larry 19th whose sire sold for $18,500.
92. Officially calfhood vaccinated. This young brood matron droped an excellent bull calf by CMR Real Larry
1st, Reference sire "A." Safe in calf to same sire.
LOT 60 COW
CWR Adv. Larryetta 23" P-9299226-863169 LOT 66 COW
Calved Apr. 5, 1956 Tattoo: RE 631 LE 631 CWR Adv. Larryetta 27" P-9604419-917268
[RCR Advanced Larry [CMR Adv Domino 61 P
RCR Advd Larry 19 5952953-414751 Bama L Domino 32 P Calved June 22, 1956 Tattoo: RE 642 LE 642
P-7514200-566134 Miss R Anxiety 1 [Junior Anxiety P (RCR Advanced Larry fCMR Adv. Domino 61 P
S4794041-272518 [Miss R Domino 35 P RCR Advd Larry 19 5952953-414751 Bama L Domino 32 P
fDiamond Mischief fDomestic Mischief 51 P P-7514200-566134 IMiss R Anxiety 1 Junior Anxiety P
Miss Diamond B 295 4421000-237792 1 Lady Diamond 2 H 1 4794041-272518 IMiss R Domino 35 P
6308202-413776 Miss Bonnie 83 f Bonny Blanchard 99 P Pete Domino (P Bullion 18 P
3324121-236051 1 Miss Bonnie 49 P Rose Domino 2 I 4303865-257192 ] Joy Domino H
Sired by RCR Adv. Larry 19th, whose sire sold for $18,500. She dropped 6210905-601321 Peggy Gir Buddy Boy P
an Outstanding calf by CMR Real Larry 1st, reference sire "A" on 4/2/59 I 2932063-132593 1Princess Pride P
selling as Lot 158. Now safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd. Officially Another top daughter of RCR Adv. Larry 19th whose sire sold for $18,500.
calfhood vaccinated. Safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd. Officially calfhood vaccinated.
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COCK O' WALK'S 'CREAM O' CROP' DISPERSAL, JAN. 16, 1960
LOT 67 COW LOT 73 COW
CWR Vicky Beau P-9604421-917270 CWR Misc Dominess 12 P-9717005-961772
Calved July 19. 1956 Tattoo: RE 646 LE 646 Calved Jan. 17, 1957 Tattoo: RE 708 LE 708
[MB Perfection [Perfection Domino 5 P CMR Mischief Dom. 34 [CMR Rollo Domino 12 P
CWR Beau Perfect 2 I 6323313-438217 lIla Bullion P Mischief Domino R 21 1 5357144-316111 lRollo's Bluebonnet P
P-8237351-684601 Gav Stanway 37 [Euchre Domino 48 P P-7547034-577711 CMR Dominette 43 Circle M Adm Domino p
[ 6612902-455947 1Gay Stanway 3 P 3998688-207253 Celia Domino P
[RHR V Dom Return 15 [Victor Dom Return P (SF Larry Mischief 2 [MW Domino 38 H
CWR Victoria Domino ( 5665516-357113 lIno Tone 10 H SF Larrietta 13 5725469-362515 1Bama L Domino 11 P
P-8202325-658550 Rita Domino 1 [Relsons Domino 20 P 7092326-523291 Canadian Lady (Royal Canadian H
6889839-481734 1Grace Pawnee 7 P 4807651 Caine's Lady Love H
Dam of Lot 165. A good proven young brood matron. Safe in calf to CWR By Mischief Domino R 21st, Grand Champion at Knoxville, Tenn. 1954
Don Mischief 2nd. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Her dam sells as Lot 27. Safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd. Officially calfhood vaccinated.
LOT 68 COW LOT 74 COW
CWR Adv. Larryetta 29" P-9604422-917269 CWR Plato Dominess 1 P-9723568-957747
Calved July 22, 1956 Tattoo: RE 647 LE 647 Calved Jan. 30, 1957 Tattoo: RE 715 LE 715
[Captain Plato [Real Plato Dom P
[RCR Advanced Larry fCMR Adv Domino 61 P Captain Plato 45 | 4068235-232978 Victoria Dom 7 H
RCR Advd Larry 19 I 5952953-414751 1Barna L Domino 32 P 5591807-352308 Lady Princeton 1 Prince Dom H
P-7514200-566134 Miss R Anxiety 1 fJunior Anxiety P 2735175 Donna Lass H
I 4794041-272518 1 Miss R Domino 35 P fDHF R P Do 21 R a Plato Do 8 P
DHSF Beau Domino 7 [Colonel Domino P DHF Miss Claudette 4 5381362-27870 Miss Adv Dom 268 P
DHF Miss Col Dom 29 1 5750754-360762 1 Gaviota Domino P 6648019-458819 Claudette 3 Polled Anxiety 4 P
7724885-604084 Jean Bullion fP Bullion 18 P [ 3145862-139996 Claudette H
I 3987312-202371 1 Jean Ito's 60 P t 3145862-139996 audette H
An intensely polled proven young brood matron, with all 14 ancestors being Safe in calf to Mischief Domino R 21st. Officially calfhood vaccinated.
polled. Dam of Lot 157 by CMR Real Larry 1st. reference sire "A." Safe
in calf to the same sire. A bull calf by this mating could be very valuable.
LOT 75 COW
CWR Misc Dominess 16 P-9723571-968360
LOT 69 COW Calved Feb. 15, 1957 Tattoo: RE 720 LE 720
CWR Adv. Larryetta 30" P-9631239-920790 MfCMR Mischief Dom. 34 fCMR Rollo Domino 12 P
CWRMischief Domino R 21 5357144-316111 1Rollo's Bluebonnett P
Calved Aug. 12, 1956 Tattoo: RE 650 LE 650 P-7547034-577711 CMR Dominette 43 [Circle M Adv Domino
fRCR Advanced Larry (CMR Adv Domino 81 P I 3998688-207253 iCelia Domino P
RCR Advd Larry 19 5952953-414751 IBama L Domino 32 P [RCR Advanced Larry 11 RCR Advanced Larry P
P-7514200-566134 4Miss R Anxiety 1 [Junior Anxiety P CWR Adv Larrys Lady I 7100684-519680 1 CMR Blanche Dom 10 P
I 4794041-272518 1Miss R Domino 35 P P-8450785-699800 CVH Duchess Mischief 2 [CVH Domes Misch 1 P
fCVH Domestic Misch 1 [Domino Mischief P I 6121168-401432 1 ALF Rosalie 4 P
CVH Duchess Misch. 106 4952947-286320 1 Real Duchess 24 P Another good heifer by Mischief Domino R 21st, reference sirre"C." Safe
P-7931138-624093 EG Lady Royal 2139 [HG Proud Mixer 579 H in calf to CWR Super Rollo. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Her dam
1 5701155 1Miss Blanchard 364 H sells as Lot 26.
Selling with heifer calf at side by CMR Real Larry 1st, reference sire "A" 6/1/59. Safe in calf to same sire. The calf by this mating could be an outstanding show animal. LOT 76 COW
CWR Adv Larryetta 35" P-9684337-944421
LOT 70 COW Calved Dec. 23, 1956 Tattoo: RE 681 LE 681
[RCR Advanced Larry fCMR Adv Domino 61 P
CWR Misch Dominess 7" P-9651230-927564 RCR Advd Larry 19 I 5952953-414751 Bama L Domino 32 P
Calved Nov. 12, 1956 Tattoo: RE 671 LE 671 P-7514200-566134 Miss R Anxiety 1 [Junior Anxiety P
[CMR Mischief.Dom. 34 (CMR Rollo Domino 12 P I 4794041-272518 1Miss R Domino 35 P
Mischief Domino R 21 1 5357144-316111 1Rollo's Bluebonnet P fHSF Vivtor Domino [Victor Domino 126 P
P-7547034-577711 ACMR Dominette 43 [Circle M adv Domino P DHF V Dominette 47 I 4783362-264777 1 Miss Anxiety 8 S H
1 3998688-207253 Celia Domino P 7810692-614869 4DHF Jean Bullion (Schreiner Dom F 19 P
fDiamond Mischief [Domestic Mischief 51 P t 5763754-364409 1 Jean Bullion P
Miss Diamond B 281 4421000-237792 1Lady Diamond 2 H By RCR Advance Larry 19th whose sire sold for $18,500. This young
6308195-413774 Bonn, 82 [Bonny Blanchard 99 P matron has had one good bull calf and is now safe in calf to CWR Real
I 3324122-236047 1 Ida 6 P Larry 1st, reference sire "A.' Thi niating could easily produce an out
By Mischief Domino R 21st, reference sire "C." Safe in calf to CWR standing calf.
Super Rollo. Officially calfhood vaccinated.
LOT 77 COW
LOT 71 COW CWR Adv. Larryetta 41 P-9723572-957753
CWR Misc Dominess 11 P-9717004-961771 Calved Feb. 17, 1957 Tattoo: RE 721 LE 721
Calved Jan. 8, 1957 Tattoo: RE 705 LE 705 RCR Advanced Larry fCMR Adv Domino 61
C R ihoiCalved Jan. 8, 1957 no 12 P RCR Advd Larry 19 5952953-414751 1iBama L Domino 32 P
MCMR Mischief Dom. 34 fCMR Rollo Domino 12 P P-7514200-566134 Miss R Anxiety 1 [Junior Anxiety P
Mischief Domino R 21 5357144-316111 1Rollo's Bluebonnet P
P-7547034-577711 CMR Dominette 43 Circle M Adv Domino P I 4794041-272518 IMiss R Domino 35 P
3998688-207253 Celia Domino P TPH Rollo Domino 23 [C Rollo Domino 2 P
2Celia Domino Ann Rolline 4 | 6655682-463916 1 Constance 5 P
[Euchre Domino 58 [Euchre Domino P P-8535638-749857 Superior Ann 6 Mischief Plus P
Mona Plato 6 ] 5361076-322698 1 Fern 1 P 43470178--4985 {Superior Ann 60 P
6612894-455952 Mona Plato C fThe Advanxiety H 4347017-231518 ISuperior Ann 60 P
1 3424686-167023 )Mona Plato A P Intensely polled, all 14 ancestors polled. Safe in calf to CMR Real Larry
1st, reference sire A." This mating has proven to nick and should Pro. This intensely polled heifer is a real prospective brood matron. Safe in duce1st, reference sire "A." This mating has proven to nick and should prcalf.
calf to CWR Super Rollo. Officially calfhood vaccinated. duce an excellent calf.
LOT 78 COW
LOT 72 COW CWR Misc Dominess 17 P-9746811-968361
CWR Plato Dominess P-9723567-957748 Calved March 29, 1957 Tattoo: RE 726 LE 726
[CMR Mischief Doma. 34 [CMR 1Rollo Domino 12P
Calved Jan. 29, 1957 Tattoo: RE 714 LE 714 Mischief Domino R 21 53R44-316111 RolloDom. 34 (R 's Bluebonnet P
[Captain Plato [Real Plato Dom 8 P P-7547034-577711 CMR Dominette 43 [Circle M Adv Domino
Captain Plato 45 [ 4068235-232978 1Victoria Dom 7 H I 3998688-207253 1 Celia Domino P
5591807-352308 Ladv Princeton 1 [Princeton Dom H [Adv Anxiety Dom [CMR Anxiety Dom 34P
2735175 1Donna Lass H CWR Anx Dominette 7 1 7249675-592177 1 Ora Mae P
(DHF R Plato Dom 31 [Real Plato Dom P P-8442178-715462 Rita Domino 1 fRelsons Domino 20 P
DHF Belle Plato 70 I 5763767-356397 1DHF Belle Mischief P [ 6889839-481734 1Grace Pawnee 7 P
P-7289181-534467 Belle Domino 57 [Plato Domino 1 P Another good intensely polled daughter of Reference Sire "C." All 14
1 3294278-159056 iSeminola Aster 47 H ancestors polled. Safe in calf to CMR Real Larry 1st. Reference Sire "A.
Coultdd have calf at side by sales date. Pasture exposed to Mischief Domino This mating should produce a top calf. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Her
R 21st 2/20/59-5/20/59. Officially calfhood vaccinated, dam sells as Lot 32.
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LOT 79 COW LOT 85 COW
CWR Beau Dominette 2 P-9799265-976821 Miss Lee D Mchf 36" P-7859781-645526
Calved May 3, 1957 Tattoo: RE 739 LE 739 Calved Apr. 16, 1953 Tattoo: RE 266 LE 266
[MB Perfection (Perfection Domino 5 P rDomestic Mischief 6 [Domestic Mischief H
CWR Beau Perfection 6323313-438217 lIla Bullion P Domino Mischief 2738042-120541 1Beauty 3 P
P.8237350-684602 Gay Stanway 35 [Euchre Domino 58 P 4057351-204062 Lena Domino [Mousel Domino 56 H
S6612899-455949 1Gay Stanway 19 P 2738100-120540 1Helena M P
fAdv Anxiety Dom [CMR Anxiety Dom 34 P [Sonny Boy fP Boullion 18 P
CWR Anx Dominette 6 7249675-592177 1 Ora Mae P Miss Anxiety Lee 14 I' 4303866-224059 1 Pretty Donna P
P-8202331-684552 GS Mixer Girl 8 PB Mixer Lad H 5643513-337522 Lady Anxiety 5 [Beau Bedford 4 H
1 7097683-511199 fLinda Adv Domino 3 P 3577311 1Miss Anxiety 38 H
13 of 14 ancestors polled. Safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd. Officially A proven brood matron that is consistently a producer of good calves. Will calihood vaccinated. be re-bred by sales date.
LOT 80 COW LOT 86 COW
CWR Adv. Larryetta 46 P-10062588-1021611 Miss Lee Domino 112" P-8135677-645529
Calved June 12, 1957 Tattoo: RE 748 LE 748 Calved May 7, 1953 Tattoo: RE 281 LE 281
[RCR Advanced Larry fCMR Adv Domino 61 P [Domestic Mischief 6 [Domestic Mischief H
RCR Advd Larry 19 5952953-414751 1 nBama L Domino 32 P Domino Mischief [ 2738042-120541 1 Beauty 3 P
P.7514200-566134 Miss R Anxiety 1 Junior Anxiety P 4057351-204062 Lena Domino [Mousel Domino 56 H
4794041-272518 Miss R Domino 35 P 2738100-120540 1 Helena M P
(Domestic Domino Jr 2 [Domestic Domino 2 P (Sonny Boy [P Bullion 18 P
Domestic Lassie 4948204-291018 1Platos Girlie 13 H Miss Anxiety Lee 24 4303866-224059 1Pretty Donna P
6616596-548868 tLassie Caldo [Beau Caldo P 5889723 Lady Lee 2 [S Adv Domino 6 P
S4987119-287816 lLetston Lassie 620 H 5452969-323194 ILady Anxiety 3 H
Another top daughter of RCR Advance Larry 19th, Reference sire "B." Dam of good bull selling as Lot 20. A proven brood matron that has
Safe in calf to CMR Real Larry 1st. This cross has proven most successful produced four good bull calve in four ears. Safe i calf to CWR Super Rollo.
and this first calf could be of outstanding value.
LOT 81 COW LOT 87 COW
CWR Misc Dominess 19 P-10092101-1026917 Miss Lee D. Mchf. 38" P-7859779-645528
Calved June 29, 1957 Tattoo: RE 750 LE 750 Calved May 4, 1953 Tattoo: RE 261 LE 261
Mischief Domino 21 fCMR Mischief Dom. 34 [CMR Rollo Domino 12 P [Domestic Mischief 6 [Domestic Mischief H
Mischief Domino R 21 1' 5357144-316111 fRollo's Bluebonnet P Domino Mischief I 2738042-120541 Beauty 3 P
P-7547034-577711 A CMR Dominette 43 rCircle M Adv Domino P 1iMi4c0iell2n300 nO2004H 1 oemino 5 H
3998688-207253 iCelia Domino P 4057351-204062 Lena Domino [Mousel Domino 56 H
(G Larry Dom 4 G Larry Dom Jr P 2738100-120540 1Helena M P
Eureka Larrytta9 s Larry3 4ne [ l D J P [Royal Domino 4 C Domino 8 P
5457919-336859 Princess Bardon [Baron Dom 13 H Lee Royal Dom Lady 3 J 3750475 fDos Diez Sieta P
5 3786186 1 Princess Blueblood H 5911830-468456 Beauty Rose rGeorgia Grove P
By Mischief Domino R 21st, Reference Sire "C." Out of one of our best 32941DoiH
fe;mdation brood matrons, Eureka Larryetta that we paid $1475 at the RCR Another good proven brood matron, having dropped one heifer calf and
wisher 1 eR 1 R e R aet lo i C R three bull calves in four years. Bred to CMR Real Larry 1est, Reference
vDispersal Sale. Safe in calf to CWR Super Rollo. Officially calfhoodd. Sire "A" 9/8/59. This mating should produce a very valuable offspring.
vaccinated.
LOT 82 COW LOT 88 COW
WHF Lady Rollina 34" P-7869103-611195 DHF Miss Carlos 56" P-9372527-896936
Calved Feb. 26, 1953 Tattoo: LE W41 Calved May 3. 1956 Tattoo: RE 879 LE 879
(Prince Rollo 54 [Prince Rollo 38 P [DT Rollo Domino 2 [DM Rollo Domino 1 P
Prince Rollo 3846295-196772 1Miss Adv Domino 3 P DT Rollo Domino G 4 td L oH
5755969-368072 S Prncss Dom 918 [Sprr Pr Dom 13 P 6654499-481506 1Moder Lasse H
3042355-137451 lBullione Domino 11 P 7785099-600246 GF Gwen Dominette 1 fGraceland Domino H
Man H 5283094-313134 1CMR Dominette 50 P
SKing's Lady 2 ( 2 3 M Domin OBest Pub 13 [Best C rDHF R Plato Dom 21 [Real Plato Dom 8 P
4 6I 3260420 1Miss S Domino 10 H DHF Miss Carlos 22 1 5381362-327870 1Miss Adv Dom 263 P
King's Lady 238 Beau Stanway 9 H 6648026-464168 (Miss Carlos 20 [Polled Anxiety 4 P
1 2619496 lKing's Lady 123 H t 3015448-139149 IMiss Carlos 14 H
A proven brood matron. Her last three calves have all been bulls and all Aproven young brood matron. Now safe in calf to CWR Super Rollo.
g0od. Bred to CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A." A bull calf by proven young brood matron. Now safe in calf to CWR Super Rollo.
this mating could be most valuable.
LOT 83 COW LOT 89 COW
Miss Lee D Mchf 34" P-7859777-645525 Miss Rolline 45" P-8212858-752227
Calved Mar. 31, 1953 Tattoo: RE 257 LE 257 Calved July 10, 1953 Tattoo: RE 249
rDomestic Mischief 6 [Domestic Mischief H [C Rollo Domino 2 rCMR Rollo Domino 13 P
Domino Mischief I 2738042-120541 1 Beauty 3 P TPH Rollo Domino 23 4851796-281933 1Perfection Belle H
4057351-204062 Lena Domino fMousel Doimno 56 H 6655682-463916 Constance 5 JMischief Domino 7 P
i 2738100-120540 1 Helena MP I 4742084-460090 IConstance P
fSVR Super Domino 12 fHAF Super Domino 96 H [Mischief Domino 7 [Mischief Domino P
GHR Miss Anxiety 506 I 4404274-241573 1 Miss C Dom Lad 5 P Miss Perfection 30 1 3029456-140517 lLady Col Plato 2 P
5450708-328668 Miss Anxiety 1 [Anxiety Woodrow P 3806595-19490 4 Miss Perfection 13 [Beau Perfection 109 P
t 4375717-237967 1 Miss Mary G P 1 2711165-120121 lMildred P
Pam of Lot 128. Has produced four calves in less than four years, averag- Proven brood matron that is intensely polled, all 14 ancestors polled. Safe Ing a calf every 11 months. A top producer. Safe in calf to CWR Don in calf to CWR Super Rollo.
Mischief 2nd.
LOT 84 COW LOT 90 COW
WHF Miss Bonnie Beau P-8112166-671761
Patricia Rollo 39 P-7915061-621016 Calved Sept. 15, 1953 Tattoo: LE W82
Calved March 20, 1953 Tattoo: LE 433 [Prince Rollo 54 [Prince Rollo 38 P
ICMR Rollo Dom Jr. [CMR Rollo Dom P Prince Rollo 109 f 3846295-196772 1 Miss Adv Domino 3 P
DIIF King Rollo f 3517331-170606 1VV Bonnie Burton 3 H 5755969-368072 Sprr Prncss Dom 918 [Sprr Pr Dom 13 P
4658266-261541 4Eva Domino 2 [Disturber Domino P 1 3042355-137451 1Bullione Domino 11 P
1 3992375-204072 1Eva Domino P [Beau Bonnie 123 [Bonnie Domino P
rPlato Dom 41 [Plato Domino 1 P Beau Beauty 8 2850131-126903 IMiss Rollo 8 P
Patricia Plato 56 I 3080816-141507 1 Seminola Dom 44 H 4047081-204268 Dos Sexta Septa [Lucky Bullion P
5788725-377109 !Rose Marie 2 (Plato Dom 68 P I 2600919-161307 )Miss Oriana P
[ 4416662-241084 1Princess Plato P A real top brood matron. Dam of good bull calf selling as Lot 13 and
am of Lot 142. Another proven brood matron. Four calves in three years. heifer selling as Lot 125. Safe in calf to CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference
Dropped twin heifers in 1957. Safe in calf to CWR Super Rollo. Sire "A." May have calf at side by sales date.
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COCK O' WALK'S 'CREAM O' CROP' DISPERSAL, JAN. 16, 1960
LOT 91 COW LOT 97 COW
WHF Princess Rollina 38" P-8112163-675177 Lady Larryanna 4" P-8664812-798065
Calved Sept. 15, 1953 Tattoo: LE W-6 Calved March 12, 1954 Tattoo: LE
Prince Rollo 54 JPrince Rollo 38 P CR Advd Larry CMR Adv Domino 61 P
Prince Rollo 109 3846295-196772 Miss Adv Domino 3 P RCR Advanced Larry 2 I 5952953-414751 Bama L Domino 32 P
5755969-368072 Sprr Prncss Dom 918 [Sprr Pr Dom 13 P 6703941-481543 Noes Baca Duchess 101 lBaca R Domino 33 H
1 3042355-137451 iBullione Domino 11 P L 5677469 Capitola Rupert 3 H
fCMR Adv Domino 57 JCircle M Adv Domra P fPlato Domino 66 Plato Domino 1 P
SR Prncss Dom 11 4087766-207247 Princess Domino 5 P Lady Plato Dom 6 3574442-179823 Hazbelle Seminole 118 H
5292298-318905 Bertha Belle Circle M Adv Domino P 4801285-275227 Ima Mischief 2 Woodrow Mischief P
4460099-242934 1Bertha 57 P [ 3773939-190 965 Ima 4 P
An intensely polled proven brood matron. Dam of Lot 50. CMR breeding A proven brood metron by RCR Advanced Larry 2nd, whose sire sold fot
with all 14 ancestors polled. Selling with heifer calf at side by CMR $18,500. Bred to Mischief Domino R 21st, Reference Sire "C" 9/6/59
Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A." Will be rebred by sales date.
LOT 92 COW LOT 98 COW
Miss Aster A 24" P-8614726-712113
GAR Lady Luck 19" P-8163345-676510 Calved March 16, 1954 Tattoo: RE C 307 LE C 20
Calved Sept. 2, 1953 Tattoo: LE 140 (Plato Aster 35 (Victor Plato 2 P
rHappy Prince C Prince D Charming P GJ Plato Aster 4 j 3566153-172076 iMiss Nina 2 P
GAR Lucky Prince 1 5393501-324355 1Charming Lassie P 5880932-374123 Mississippi Lassie jBob Domino F 15 H
5950633-389694 Daisy Domino fS Rollo Domino P [ 3817747 Daisy Domino 32 H
[ 4496661-245120 IDaisy Mae P (Mellow Mischief (Polled Don Carlos P
fMW Larry Domino 7 [Larry Domino 50 H T Mellow Alma 3 3114615-139154 Hattie Mischief 4 P
Larryette 41 I 3535020 1 MW Miss Anxiety 65 H 4737241-281526 T Alma Pres 2 T Domino Pres 1 P
5395871 Dainty Lucy 2 [Dainty's Mischief H [ 3807447-192168 T Alma Domino P
1 2624722 ILucy P Another proven brood matron that has been a good producer. Safe i
Bull calf at side by CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A." Also dam calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd.
of Lots 59 and 124. Safe in calf to Mischief Domino R 21st, Reference Sire "C."
LOT 99 COW
LOT 93 COW Miss Aster A 35" P-8614721-712116
LOT 93 COW Clved April 27, 1954 Tattoo: RE C 301 LE C 30
FZ Miss Anx. Dom. 11" 8196926-660694 fPlato Aster 35 Victor Plato 2 P
Calved Aug. 30, 1953 Tattoo: RE Z 39 GJ Plato Aster 4 3566153-172076 1 Miss Nina 2 P
5880932-374123 (Mississippi Lassie [Bob Domino F 15 H
CMR Anxiety Dom 34 4020950-204462 1JunCirle 15M Adv Dom P I 3817747 )Daisy Domino 32 H
5648968-346035 { Bonnie Blanche 81 fKendale 24 P (Royal Beau D [Beau Domino 283 P
I 2532482-105553 IMiss Amarillo H Miss Royal M Donna 1 4310395-233310 lRoyal Ann P
Advanety P 12 Advanxiety M 2 P 5503142-333870 T Mellow Donna 2 fMellow Mischief P
fAdvan~iety PH 12 [Advanxiety MH 2 P 14633535-258834 1 Donna Plato P
Miss Tennie Flo | 4058530-220760 1Donna Anna 27 H 433535-258834 Donna Plato P
5228419-307191 Tennie C's Miss 10 (The Advanxiety H A good matron that has dropped three good calves in past three yea
S3772725-198587 ITennie C's Miss 2 P Dam of good bull selling as Lot 6. Re-bred to CMR Real Larry lit,
A proven good matron with the desirable CMR and Anxiety cross. Safe in Reference Sire "A" 3/31/59.
calf to Mischief Domino R 21, reference sire "C" since 6/5/59.
LOT 100 COW
Belle Rolline 2" P-8535644-752236
LOT 94 COW Calved May 7, 1954 Tattoo: RE 2
GFB Lucky Girl 1" P-8262892-682458 frCMR Rollo Domino 13 (CMR Rollo Domino P
C Rollo Domino 2 3804164-190325 fPawnee Bell P
Calved Oct. 9, 1953 Tattoo: LE 2 4851796-281933 Perfection Belle Perfection Lad 5 P
fHappy Prince C (Prince D Charming P I 4134472 Belle Domino 38 H
GAR Lucky Prince 5393501-324355 1 Charming Lassie P (Real Plato Domino [Plato Domino 1 P
5950633-389694 )Daisy Domino (S Rollo Domino P Belle Domino 40 1 2839351-123565 1Real's Lass 8 H
I 4496661-245120 iDaisy Mae P 3842656-206780 Belle Domino 36 [Plato Domino 1 P
FJFG Domes Misch 44 [Domestic Mischief 97 P I 3013122-174464 [Belle Domino 6 P
Gar Kate Mischief 3 1 5723050-366855 )Mischief Maker 33 H Dam of Lot 5 bull, and Lot 137 heifer. A good brood matron. Sells with
6866562 4 GAR Rollette 1 ALF Beau Rollo 36 P heifer calf at side CWR Bonnio Domino 37th by CMR Real Larry it,
[ 5082297-306046 1ALF Prairie Queen 4 H reference Sire "A." Will be re-bred by sales date.
A very good producer. Dam of Lot 62. Safe in calf to CMR Real Larry 1st,
Reference Sire "A." This mating should produce a very valuable calf.
LOT 101 COW
LOT 95 COW DHF Miss Choice P P-8390617-749814
Lydia Mischief 1" P-8294290-818806 Calved June 26, 1954 Tattoo: RE 0404 LE 04
Calved:Nov.247,DF195PlatooReal Plato Domino 8 Real Plato Domino P
Calved Nov. 15, 453 Tattoo: RE 247 DHF R Plato Dom 21 3333433-153844 Belle Domino 3 H
(Domestic Domino 3 1Domestic Domino P 5381362-327870 Miss Adv Domino 263 Advd Domino 79 P
J Aster I4662652-256748 [Mischief Maker 14 P 14562197-248511 1 Miss Adv Domi 86 P
6152389-434880 Mischievious Aster (Domestic Mischief 82 P 4562197-248511 Miss Adv Do 86 P
I4869201-280195 Seinole Aster 69 H fHSF Beau Domino Colonel Domino P
LydiaMischie461-251 B le eter 9JFL Typist 3 j 5494510-330787 JKaren 207 P
[J Domes Domino [Domestic Domino 3 P 6418928-449674 Lady Christine 2 Armistice P
Lydia Mischief J5334631-325577 1 Blue Bonnet 4 P 529393183.... hisin
6433818-434884 Choice Lydia fAdv Domino 50 P I 5229329-318836 Lady Christine P
I 4087163-222302 1 Lydia P Another proven producer and provider. Three calves in less than thre
A top producer selling with bull calf at side by CMR Real Larry 1st, ref- years. Safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd.
erence sire "A." Will be re-bred by sales date.
LOT96 COW LOT 102 COW
LOT96COW LT 102Lady Adv. Dora. P-8731274-800850 CO
Clara Rolline 60" P-8535640-752253 Calved Oct. 13,L Adv. Dm. P-Tattoo: LE
Calved Dec. 20, 1953 Tattoo: RE 272 le Challenge Advanced Domino 30 P
(C Rollo Domino 2 fCMR Rollo Domino 13 P Challenger Domino 33 1' 367777-185153 Ella 86 P
TPH Rollo Domino 10 I 4851796-281933 1 Perfection Belle H 5716923-361395 GHR Lady M Rupert (GHR Monk's Domino
6187255-460092 (Constance 5 (Mischief Domino 7 P [ 3542585 1Lady H Rupert 3 H
1 4742084-460090 1Constance P fSV Doam Lamplighter [Domestic Lamplighter H
Mischief Domino 7 [Mischief Domino P SV Lady Domino 51 I 4076137-243103 Queen Domino 22 P
Clara Domino 4 1 3029456-140517 1Lady Col Plato 2 P 4971560-289058 dR Lady Domino 27 [Choice Domino 39 P
5469998-463932 Clara Domino (Mischief Domino 7 P I 3778381-186003 [Isabel 72 P
I 3806589-194905 [Clara P A proven brood matron with many good qualities. Safe in calf to Mischil
All 14 ancestors polled. CMR breeding top side. Excellent producer. Dam Domino R 21st Champion at Knoxville, Tenn. 1954 that sold for $3,000
of heifer selling as Lot 159. Safe in calf to CWR Super Rollo. a yearling.
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LOT 103 COW LOT 109 COW
Duchess Domino 9" P-8924076-808398 DHF Bonnie Pride P-9372507-896913
Calved January 11, 1955 Tattoo: LE 779 Calved January 11, 1956 Tattoo: RE 828 LE 828
Pld Modest Lamp 2 Modest Lamplighter H [Real Plato Dom 8 fReal Plato Domino P
Modest C Lamp 5 5043239-321966 Spangle P DHF R Plato Dom 21 3333433-153844 )Belle Dom 3 H
6031862-379197 Lady Gold Pld Adv Dom 2 P 5381362-327870 Miss Adv Dom 263 IAdvanced Domino 79 P
S4799697-277509 lMiss Goldie P i 4562197-248511 1Miss Adv Dom 86 P
fThe Challenger fAdvanced Dom 30 P fRollo Pride Misch 1 fRollo Mischief P
Duchess Domino 3 3677777-185153 Ella 86 P L Bonnie Pride 5001793-299571 Donna Mischief P
5004171-292746 Duchess Woodrow 3 Beau Disturber Jr P 6116837-406322 Lorretta Bonnie [Bonnie 303 P
S3517133-174552 1Duchess Woodrow 2 P 3993162-271753 1Loretta's Dandy H
Sells with bull calf at side, CWR Larry Domino 40th, by CMR Real Larry Has had one calf. Now safe in calf to CWR Super Rollo.
1st, Reference Sire "A." Will be re-bred by sales date.
LOT 104 COW LOT 110 COW
DHF Bonnie Plato 4" P-9372517-896928
Helen Lamplighter P-8924080-808393 Calved February 25, 1956 Tattoo: RE 858 LE 858
Calved January 13, 1955 Tattoo: LE 787 [Captain Plato Real Plato Dom P
[Pld Modest Lamp 2 Modest Lamplighter H Captain Plato 45 4068235-232978 Victoria Dom 7 H
Modest C Lamp 5 I 5043239-321966 Spangle P 5591807-352308 Lady Princeton 1 Princeton Dom H
6031862-379197 Lady Gold [Pld Adv Dom 2 P 1 2735175 Donna Lass H
I 4799697-277509 IMiss Goldie P [DHF R Plato Dom 21 [Real Plato Dom 8 P
rBert Domino fAdvd Dom 30 P DHF Bonnie Plato 5381362-327870 1 Miss Adv Dom 263 P
Helen Domino 2 I 3699286-185145 1Bertha Domino H 7649561-578393 Miss Larry Domino 74 [G Larry Dom 2 P
5004175-297378 Helen Domino !Pr Dom Gem 3 P 6262396-406165 1 Miss Druid P
[ 3683476-184299 lMardel Dom P Dam of Lot 163 CWR Bonnie Domino 30th by CMR Real Larry 1st, RefA proven producer with many excellent qualities. Safe in calf to CWR erence Sire "A." Rebred to same sire 7/30/59.
Don Mischief 2nd.
LOT 105 COW LOT 111 COW
DHF Belle Rollo 58" P-9372521-896950
DHF Agnes Rolloette P-8915949-784082 Calved February 7, 1956 Tattoo: RE 870 LE 870
Calved April 20, 1955 Tattoo: RE 812 LE 812 [DT Rollo Domino 2 (DM Rollo Domino 1 P
(DT Rollo Domino 2 (DM Rollo Domino 1 P DT Rollo Domino G 6654499-481506 1 Modem Lassie H
DT Rollo Domino G I 6654499-481506 1Modern Lassie H 7785099-600246 4GF Gwen Dominette 1 fGraceland Domino H
7785099-600246 GF Gwen Dominette 1 [Graceland Domino H t 5283094-313134 1 CMR Dominette 50 P
1 5283094-313134 1CMR Dominette 50 P [Captain Plato 45 fCantain Plato P
fDHF R Plato Dom 31 (Real Plato Dom 8 P DHF Belle Dandy I 5591807-352308 jLady Princeton 1 H
DHF Agnes Plato 3 I 5763767-356397 1DHF Belle Misch P P-7869731-623986 DHF Belle Domino 11 1Real Plato Dom 8 P
7714088-591227 4DHF Agnes Rollo [DHF King Rollo P 1 5875356-366510 1DHF Belle Mischief P
I 5570995-341798 lAgnes 2 P Dropped good bull calf 5/3/59. Now safe in calf to CMR Real Larry
Dam of heifer selling as Lot 145. Safe in calf to Mischief Domino R 21st, 1st Reference Sire "A." Officially calfhood vaccinated.
Reference Sire "C" Knoxville, Tenn. Champion that sold for $3,000 as a yearling.
LOT 112 COW
LOT 106 COW DHF Bonnie Real 5" P-9372518-896940
Doranna Lamp P-8924090-808397 Calved March 9, 1956 Tattoo: RE 863 LE 863
Calved May 12, 1955 Tattoo: LE 834 [DT Rollo Domino 2 1DM Rollo Domino 1 P
[Pld Modest Lamp 2 [Modest Lamplighter H DT Rollo Domino G I 6654499-481506 Modern Lassie H
Modest C Lamp 5 5043239-321966 Spangle P 7785099-600246 GF Gwen Dominette 1 [Graceland Domino H
6031862-379197 nLadv Gold fPld Adv Dom 2 P [ 5283094-313134 ICMR Dominette 50 P
4799697-277509 1 Miss Goldie P [DHF R Plato Dom 21 fReal Plato Dom 8 P
[The Challenger rAdvanced Domino 30 P DHF Bonnie Plato 2 ( 5381362-327870 IMiss Adv Domino 263 P
Doranna Domino f 3677777-185153 1Ella 86 P P-7773325-606281 4Annamae Domino fMossy Domino 199 P
6155101-404350 Dora Domino 2 (Bullion 10 P [ 4942768-271759 lInnocence's Pride H
I 4008780-207751 1Dora Domino P Dam of open heifer selling as Lot 164. Safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief
Dam of good bull selling as Lot 17. Intensely polled 13 of 14 ancestors 2nd. Officially calfhood vaccinated.
polled. A proven good matron safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd.
LOT 113 COW
LOT 107 COW DHF Miss Blchd 10" P-9372525-896951
Calved March 31, 1956 Tattoo: RE 877 LE 877
Lady C Lamp 47" P-9170528-818516 (Captain Plato 45 JCaptain Plato P
Calved June 9, 1955 Tattoo: LE 847 DHF Larry Blanchard I 5591807-352308 1 Lady Princeton 1 H
[Pld Modest Lamp 2 [Modest Lamplighter H P-8245468-685298 Miss Larry Dom 80 fG Larry Domino 2 P
Modest C Lamp 5 I 5043239-321966 ISpangle P | 6262398-406160 1 Joan P
6031862-379197 Lady Gold fPld Adv Dom 2 P (DHF R Plato Dom 31 JReal Plato Dom 8 P
[ 4799697-277509 Miss Goldie P DHF Belle Plato 15 | 5763767-356397 1DHF Belle Mischf P
rThe Challenger (Adv Dom 30 P 6648022-458825 )DHF Plato Lassie [Real Plato Domino 8 P
Lady Choice Domino 3677777-185153 1 Ella 86 P [ 4823580-268723 IDown's Lassie 3 P
5786457--366143 Nancy Domino (Bert Domino P Dam of open heifer selling at Lot 146. 13 of 14 ancestors polled. Safe in
[ 5004174-297377 lNancy Bullion P calf to CWR Super Rollo. Officially calfhood vaccinated.
A proven good brood matron that has produced two top bull calves. Safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd.
LOT 108 COW LOT 114 COW
DHF Agnes Plato 6" P-9372524-896939
DHF Lady Belle 45" P-9372513-896923 Calved April 3, 1956 Tattoo: RE 874 LE 874
Calved January 31, 1956 Tattoo: RE 843 LE 843 [DT Rollo Domino 2 [DM Rollo Domino 1 P
Captain Plat 45 Captain Plato [Real Plato Dom P DT Rollo Domino G 1' 6654499-481506 iModern Lassie H
Captain Plato 45 I1 4068235-232978 1Victoria Dom 7 H 7785099-600246 GF Gwen Dominette 1 [Graceland Domino H
5591807-352308 Ladv Princeton 1 [Princeton Dom H I 5283094-313134 CMR Dominette 50 P
I 2735175 1 Donna Lass H rDHF R Plato Dom 31 [Real Plato Dom 8 P
fDHF R Plato Dom 21 [Real Plato Dom 8 P DHF Agnes Plato 3 I 5763767-356397 1DHF Belle Mischf P
DHF Domino Belle I 5381362-327870 1 Miss Adv Dom 263 P P-7714088-591227 4DHF Agnes Rollo fDHF King Rollo P
6879897-481159 4DHF Belle Domino 11 fReal Plato Dom 8 P 1 5570995-341798 1 Agnes 2 P
I 5875356-366510 1 DHF Belle Mischief P Selling with heifer calf at side by CMR Real Larry 1st,. reference sire "A."
Has had one calf. Now safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd. Rebred to same sire 9/6/59. Officially calfhood vaccinated.
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COCK O' WALK'S 'CREAM O' CROP' DISPERSAL, JAN. 16, 1960
LOT 115 COW LOT 121 COW
DHF Lady Banner P-9372528-896934 CWR Misc Dominess 27 P-10122192-1039378
Calved April 7, 1956 Tattoo: RE 882 LE 882 Calved November 17, 1957 Tattoo RE 771 LE 77t
IDT Rollo Domino 2 [DM Rollo Domino 1 P fCMR Mischief Dom 34 [CMR Rollo Domino 12I
DT Rollo Domino G 1 6654499-481506 IModern Lassie H Mischief Domino R 21 5357144-316111 lRollo's Bluebonnet P
7785099-600246 IGF Gwen Dominette 1 [Graceland Domino H P-7547034-577711 (CMR Dominette 43 [Circle M Adv DominoP
[ 5283094-313134 1 CMR Dominette 50 P 1 3998688-207253 [Celia Domino P
fHSF Beau Domino [Colonel Dom P [RCA Advd Larry 19 [RCR Advanced Larry P
JFL Typist 3 5494510-330787 1 Karen 207 P CWR Adv Larryetta 4 7514200-566134 1Miss R Anxiety 1 P
6418928-449674 Lady Christine 2 (Armistice P P-8785519-757987 HDH Mischief Belle fGHR Anx Misch 372 P
1 5229320-318836 1Lady Christine P 7308521-573267 1 MHF Scioto Bell P
Dam of open heifer selling as Lot 155 by CMR Real Larry 1st, reference Another CMR, Advance Larry cross that should prove to be a valuable
sire "A." Safe in calf to Mischief Domino R 21st, Reference Sire "C." asset to any herd. All 14 ancestors polled. Will be bred by sales date. 0O.
Officially calfhood vaccinated. ficially calfhood vaccinated.
LOT 116 COW LOT 122 COW
CWR Misc Dominess 21 P-10099413-1046776 CWR Misc Dominess 28 P-10199114-1064974
Calved July 16, 1957 Tattoo RE 756 LE 756 Calved December 23, 1957 Tattoo RE 784 LE 784
fCMR Mischief Dom 34 [CMR Rollo Domino 12 P [CMR Mischief Dom 34 [CMR Rollo Domino 12
Mischief Domino R 21 5357144-316111 1Rollo's Bluebonnet P Mischief Domino R 21 4 5357144-316111 Rollo's Bluebonnet P
P-7547034-577711 [CMR Dominette 43 (Circle M Adv Domino P P-7547034-577711 I CMR Dominette 43 Circle M Adv Domino P
I 3998688-207253 1Celia Domino P [ 3998688-207253 1 Celia Domino P
fC Rollo Advance 2 fCMR Rollo Dom 13 P (Euchre Domino 58 Euchre Domino P
Rollie Ruby 2 j 5628876-351706 1CMR Dominette 100 P Mona Plato 6 1 5361076-322698 {Fern 1 P
6961270-516587 IRuby [Plato Domino 70 P 6612894-455952 IMona Plato C [The Advanxiety H
1 5292065 [Princess Domino 2 P t 3424686-167023 1 Mona Plato A P
Double bred CMR both top and bottom, intensly polled, 13 of 14 ancestors Sired by Mischief Domino R 21st, Reference sire "C." She is intensely
polled. Sired by Mischief Domino R 21st, Reference Sire "C." Will be polled with CMR breeding. Will be bred by sales date. Officially calfhood
bred by sales date. Officially calfhood vaccinated. vaccinated.
LOT 117 COW LOT 123 COW
CWR Misc Dominess 22 P-10099414-1046780 CWR Misc Dominess 29 P-10199115-1064977
Calved August 8, 1957 Tattoo RE 759 LE 759 CalvedCMR Mischief Dom 34 CMR Rollo Domino 1LP
fCMR Mischief Dom 34 fCMR Rollo Domino 12 F Mischief Domino R 21 C5357144-316111 Rollo's Bluebonnet P
Mischief Domino R 21 5357144-316111 1Rollo's Bluebonnet P P-7547034-577711 CMR Dominette 43 [Circle M Adv DominoP
P.7547034-577711 CMR Dominette 43 [Circle M Adv Domino P 3998688-207253 ICelia Domino P
3998688-207253 f Celia Domsino P TPH Rollo Domino 23 (C Rollo Domino 2 P
[Domino Mischief JDomestic Mischief 6 P Perfection Rolline 1 6655682-463916 1Constance 5 P
Miss Lee D Mchf 36 4057351-204062 1Lena Domino P P-7809925-752225 iMiss Perfection 13 [Beau Perfection 109 P
P-7859781-645526 I Miss Anxiety Lee 14 fSonny Boy P t 2711165-120121 1Mildred P
1 5643513-337522 [Lady Anxiety 5 P CMR breeding, all 14 ancestors polled. An excellent prospect. Will be bred
Another good prospective brood matron that is intensely polled and sired byCMR breed ales date. Officially calfhood vaexelcinatosed. Will be bred
by Mischief Domino R 21st. Will be bred by sales date. Officially calfhood vaccinated.
LOT 124 COW
LOT 118 COW CWR Anx Princess P-10199116-1064980
CWR Misc Dominess 23 P-10099415-1046777 Calved January 4, 1958 Tattoo RE 802 LE 802
Calved August 30, 1957 Tattoo RE 761 LE 761 (Adv Anxiety Dom fCMR Anxiety Dom 34 P
CWR Anx Domino 7 1 7249675-592177 )Ora Mae P
[CMR Mischief Dom 34 fCMR Rollo Domino 12 1P P-8450783-715458 IMiss R Anxiety 1 fJunior Anxiety P
Mischief Domino R 21 5357144-316111 1Rollo's Bluebonnet P 4794041-272518 Miss R Domino 35 P
P-7547034-577711 [CMR Dominette 43 [Circle M Adv Domino P
|3998688-207253 1 Celia Domino P fGAR Lucky Prince [Happy Prince C P
GAR Lady Luck 19 5950633-389694 )Daisy Domino P
fRCR Advd Larry 19 [RCR Advanced Larry P P-8163345-676510 I Larryetta 41 MW Larry Domino H
CWR Adv Larryetta 7 1 7514200-566134 1 Miss R Anxiety 1 P 1 5395871 IDainty Lucy 2 H
P-8785522-757982 I Gay Stanway 39 [Euchre Domino 48 P 15981ianyLc
P-8785522-757982 6612905-455946 [Gay Stanway 5 P Her dam sells as Lot 92. A CMR bred heifer that should make an excelSired by Mischief Domino R 21st, reference Sire "C," out of an Advance lent brood matron. Will be bred by sales date. Officially calfhood vaccinated
Larry cow. All 14 ancestors polled. Will be bred by sales date. Officially
calfhood vaccinated. Her dam sells as Lot 39.
LOT 125 COW
LOT 119 COW CWR Misc Dominess 30 P-10200706-1067105
CWR Misc Dominess 24 P-10122189-1039371 Calved January 7, 1958 Tattoo RE 805 LE 805
Calved September 29, 1957 Tattoo RE 762 LE 762 FCMR Mischief Dom 34 [CMR Rollo Domino 12
CMR Mischief Dom 34 fCMR Rollo Domino 12 1 Mischief Domino R 21 1 5357144-316111 IRollo's Bluebonnet P
Mischief Domino R 21 5357144-316111 IRollo's Bluebonnet P P-7547034-577711 [CMR Dominette 43 [Circle M Adv Domino P
P-7547034-577711 CMR Dominette 43 [Circle M Adv Domino P I 3998688-207253 [Celia Domino P
3998688-207253 )Celia Domino P (Prince Rollo 109 (Prince Rollo 54 P
(Advance Misch PH 5 fAdvance Misch PH 1 P WHF Miss Bonnie Beau 1 5755969-368072 [Sprr Prness Dom 918 P
Gay Girl 9 1 5371463-327771 1 Mona Plato K P P-8112166-671761 Beau Beauty 8 [Beau Bonnie 123 P
6612896-455943 IGay Girl 2 [The Advanxiety H 4047081-204268 1Dos Sexta Sept P
[ 3424685-167025 1Gay Girl P Dam selling as Lot 90. Many of her half brothers and half sisters being
Should develop into an excellent brod matron. Half sister to Lots 116, 117, offered in this sale. All 14 ancestors polled. Will be bred by sales date.
118. Will be bred by sales date. Officially calfhod vaccinated. Officially calfhood vaccinated.
LOT 120 cow LOT 126 COW
LOT I 20 cow
CWR Bonnie Domino 2 P-10243094-1074466
CWR Misc Dominess 25 P-10122190-1039375 Calved January 16, 1958 Tattoo RE 813 LE 811
Calved November 1, 1957 Tattoo RE 765 LE 765 [CMR Larry Domino 118 fCMR Larry Domino P
[CMR Mischief Dom 34 [CMR Rollo Domino 12 F CMR Real Larry 1 1 7719551-600122 1CMR Donna Misch 17 F
Mischief Domino R 21 1 5357144-316111 1Rollo's Bluebonnet P P-8705171-769692 [Bonnie Real (Pawnee Real 6 P
P-7547034-577711 I CMR Dominette 43 [Circle M Adv Domino P I 7055152-521758 [Bonnie Heiress 3 P
I 3998688-207253 Celia Domino P (CVH Domestic Misch 1 [Domino Mischief P
(RCR Advanced Larry (CMR Adv Domino 61 P CVH Duchess Misc 106 4952947-286320 [Real Duchess 24 P
Adv Larry Princess 5952953-414751 1Bama L Domino 32 P P-7931138-624093 lEG Lady Royal 2139 [HG Proud Mixer 579 1
P-7764890-603350 GHC Princess 1 [CMR Adv Domino 8 P I 5701155 1Miss Blanchard 364 H
5825478-383455 1DHF Princess 27 P Sired by CMR Real Larry 1st, Grand Champion of Arkansas 1956, out iof
Should develop into an excellent brood matron. Half sister to Lots 116, 117, CVH Duchess 106 whose half sister was Grand Champion female at Atlanl out of an Advance Larry cow. This cross has proven excellent. All 14 an- 1952. With this breeding she should produce outstanding show animalscestors polled. Will be bred by sales date. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Will be bred by sales date. Officially calfhood vaccinated.
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LOT 127 cow
CWR Misc Dominess 33 P-10243096-1074459
Calved January 17, 1958 Tattoo RE 816 LE 816
[CMR Mischief Dom 34 [CMR Rollo Domino 12 F
Mischief Domino R 21 | 5357144-316111 lRollo's Bluebonnet P
P-7547034-577711 ICMR Dominette 43 (Circle M Adv Domino P >.
1 3998688-207253 I Celia Domino P
HSF Victor Domino 2 [Victor Domino 126 P
CRR Ethel 2 5201095-313996 [Fay Domino 3 P
6931715-494337 Ethel fT Suratt President P
1 4228454-252766 )Sapphire P
All 14 ancestors polled. Sired by Mischief Domino 21st, Reference Sire "C." An excellent prospective brood matron. Will be bred by sales date. Officially calfhood vaccinated.
LOT 128 COW
CWR Anx Dominette 17 P-10243098-1074463
Calved January 19, 1958 Tattoo RE 818 LE 818
[Adv Anxiety Dom fCMR Anxiety Dom 34 P
CWR Anx Domino 7 [ 7249675-592177 10Ora Mae P
P-8450783-715458 I Miss R Anxiety 1 fJunior Anxiety P
1 4794041-272518 1Miss R Domino 35 P
[Domino Mischief [Domestic Mischief 6 P
Miss Lee D Mchf 34 1 4057351-204062 1 Lena Domino P
P-7859777-645525 IGHR Miss Anxiety 506 fSVR Super Domino 12 P
P 5450708-328668 [Miss Anxiety 1 P
This CMR, Anxiety cross has proven excellent. All 14 ancestors polled. BCF Rollo Queen (dam of Lot 130)
Dam sells as Lot 83. Will be bred by sales date. Officially calhood vaccinated.
LOT 129 cow LOT 133 COW
CWR Bonnie Domino 7 P-10316793-1087940
CWR Misc Dominess 36 P-10294866-1082916 Calved May 14, 1958 Tattoo RE 846 LE 846
Calved February 9, 1958 Tattoo RE 836 LE 836 fCMR Larry Domino 118 [CMR Larry Domino P
(CMR Mischief Domino fCMR Rollo Domino 12 F CMR Real Larry 1 7719551-600122 1CMR Donna Misch 17 P
Mischief Domino R 211 34 5357144-316111 1Rollo's Bluebonnet P P8705171-769692 Bonnie Real [Pawnee Real 6 P
P7547034 577711 ACMR Dominette 43 fCircle M Adv Domino P 7055152-521758 1 Bonnie Heiress 3 P
I 3998688-207253 1 Celia Domino P [Domino Mischief Domestic Mischief 6 P
fJFG Domestic Mischf 53 [Doemstic Mischief 97 P Miss Lee D Misch 23 I 4057351-204062 Lena Domino P
MVF Ann Mischief 1 1' 5838766-379709 1Merry Mischief 2 P P7481108-632416 Miss Anxiety Lee 11 Sonny Boy P
7151623 537529 Big Cove Lass 8 fT Domino 14 P [ 5643520-337520 Miss Anxiety 41 H
S4677103-270405 [Lowe's Sprr Prn D3 P Sired by CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A." She carries many of
Another good prospective brood matron with all 14 ancestors polled. Will his excellent qualities and is intensely polled. Officially calfhood vaccinated.
be bred by sales date. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open.
LOT 130 COW LOT 134 COW
CWR Misc Dominess 37 P-10306662-1083413 CWR Bonnie Domino 8 P-10316794-1087938
Calved February 17, 1958 Tattoo RE 837 LE 837 Calved May 14, 1958 Tattoo RE 847 LE 847
Mischief Domno R 21 CMR Misch Dom 34 CMR Rollo Do 12 P CMR Larry Domino 118 [CMR Larry Domino P
7isch7e034-57771 21 5357144-316111 [Rollos Bluebonnet P CMR Real Larry 1 7719551-6W122 1CMR Donna Misch 17 P
7547034-577711 CMR Dominette 43 [Circle M Adv Dom P P8705171-769692 1 Bonnie Real [Pawnee Real 6 P
S3998688-207253 ICelia Domino P 7055152-521758 ]Bonnie Heiress 3 P
GHF Rollo Domino 3 CMR Rollo Dom 15 P Domestic Domino Jr 2 Domestic Domino 2 P
BCF Rollo Queen 4714962-267533 1Superior Ann 3 P
6539533-52-267Avn [Supe Ann P Domestic Lassie f 4948204-291018 1 Plato's Girlie 13 H
-458040 4Pr3c2s Advance Dom 31 [Advanced Domino 43 P 6616596-548868 Lassie Caldo [Beau Caldo P
S4334555-252350 Lowes Prnss Rollo10 P 4987119-287816 1 Letston Lassie 620 H
Excellent CMR breeding, 14 ancestors polled. Sired by Mischief Doino R By CMR Real Larry 1st, Grand Champion Arkansas 1956, out of one our best 21st, out of a Rollo Domino cow. Will be bred by sales date. Officially milking brood matrons. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open.
calfhood vaccinated.
LOT 131 COW LOT 135 COW
Calved CWR Misc r Dominess 39 P-10306664-10834160 LE 840 CWR Bonnie Domino 9 P-10316795-1087941
Calved March Calved TatJune:E6,4019584
(CMR Misch Dom 34 CMR Rollo Dom 12 P Calved June 6, 1958 Tattoo RE 852 LE 852
Mischief Domino R 21 | 5357144-316111 Rollos Bluebomnnet P fCMR Larry Domino 118 (CMR Larry Domino P
7547034-577711 CMR Dominette 43 [Circle M Adv Dom P CMR Real Larry 1 1 7719551-600122 1 CMR Donna Misch 17 P
[ 3998688-207253 ICelia Domino P P8705171-769692 Bonnie Real [Pawnee Real 6 P
(Adv Anxiety Dom ICMR Anxiety Dom 34 P 7055152-521758 lBonnie Heiress 3 P
CWR Anx Dominette 11 1' 7249675-592177 Ora Mae P fRCR Advd Larry 19 (RCR Advanced Larry P
P8851659-778417 Miss Lee D Mischief 31 (Domino Mischief P CWR Adv Larryetta 5 I 7514200-566134 Miss R Anxiety 1 P
[ 7859783-645530 1Mischief Margan H P8785520-757983 Gay Stanway 37 fEuchre Domino 48 P
Circle M Breeding top and bottom. With anxiety outcross that has proven / 6612902-455947 Gay Stanway 3 P
most successful. A top replacement heifer. Will be bred by sales date. Of- By CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A" out of an Advance Larry
ficially calfhood vaccinated. Dam sells as Lot 41. cow. All 14 ancestors polled. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open.
LOT 132 COW LOT 136 COW
CWR Misc Dominess 40 P-10306665-1083414 CWR Bonnie Domino 10 P-10316796-1087935
Calved April 3, 1958 Tattoo RE 841 LE 841 Calved June 19, 1958 Tattoo RE 853 LE 853
fCMR Mischief Dom 34 [CMR Rollo Domino 12P [CMR Larry Domino 118 (CMR Larry Domino P
Mischief Domino R 21 1 5357144-316111 iRollo's Bluebonnet P CMR Real Larry 1 f 7719551-600122 1CMR Donna Misch 17 P
P7547034-577711 CMR Dominette 43 [Circle M Adv Domino P P8705171-769692 Bonnie Real (Pawnee Real 6 P
I 3998688-207253 JCelia Domino P I 7055152-521758 1 Bonnie Heiress 3 P
fDomino Mischief [Domestic Mischief 6 P (GHF Rollo Domino 3 [CMR Rollo Dom 15 P
Miss Lee D Mchf 35 I 4057351-204062 1Lena Domino P BCF Rollo Lass 1 I 4714962-267533 1 Superior Ann 3 P
7859780-645527 (Miss Anxiety Lee 26 ISonny Boy P 6539534-465047 Big Cove Lass 31 [Big Cove Domino 5 P
1 5927129-462739 lMiss Anxiety 31 P 1 5685238 [Big Cove Lass 5 P
100 per cent polled, with many good qualities including CMR breeding. An Sired by CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A." CMR breeding top
excellent prospective brood matron. Officially calfhood vaccinated, and bottom. A real prospect. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open.
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LOT 137 COW LOT 143 COW
CWR Misc Dominess 42 P-10316797-1087930 CWR Bonnie Domino 17 P-10581247-1138760
Calved June 20, 1958 Tattoo RE 855 LE 855 Calved December 26, 1958 Tatto RE 886 LE 88
CMR Mischief Dom 34 ICMR Rollo Dom 12 P CMR Larry Domino 118 CMR Larry Domino p
Mischief Domino R 21 5357144-316111 Rollos Bluebonnet P CMR Real Larry 1 7719551-600122 CMR Donna Msch 17P
P57547034-577711 CMR Dominette 43 Circle M Adv Dom P P8705171-769692 1Bonnie Real Pawnee Real 6 P
i 3998688-207253 Celia Domino P 7055152-521758 Bonnie Heiress 3 P
IC Rollo Domino 2 fCMR Rollo Dom 13 P (RCR Advd Larry 19 RCR Advd Larry P
Belle Rolline 2 I 4851796-281933 1 Perfection Belle H CWR Adv Larryetta 2 7514200-566134 Miss R Anxiety 1 P
P8535644-752236 Belle Domino 40 [Real Plato Domino P P8728823-738232 CR Princess Domino 3 [Battle Mixer 24 P
[ 3842656-206780 Belle Domino 36 P [ 7636965-583266 lPrncss Dom 2 P
Circle M Breeding top and bottom. Intensely polled. A good replacement Sired by CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A," out of an Advane
individual. Dam sells as Lot 100. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open. Larry Dam. This breeding is most desirable. All 14 ancestors polled. Da
sells as Lot 37. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open.
LOT 138 COW LOT 144 COW
CWR Misc Dominess 43 P-10316799-1087934 CWR Bonnie Domino 18 P-10581248-1138759
Calved July 11, 1958 Tattoo RE 858 LE 858 Calved December 28, 1958 Tattoo RE 887 LE 88
CMR Mischief Dom 34 JCMR Rollo Dom 12 P CMR Larry Domino 118 CMR Larry Domino P
Mischief Domino R 21 5357144-316111 1Rollo's Bluebonnet P CMR Real Larry 1 [ 7719551-600122 CMR Donna Mschf 17 P
P7547034-577711 CMR Dominette 43 [Circle M Adv Dom P P8705171-769692 Bonnie Real [Pawnee Real 6 P
S3998688-207253 1Celia Domino P 7055152-521758 IBonnie Heiress 3 P
CWR Super Rollo fGHR Super Rollo P FHSF Victor Domino 2 [Vitor Dom 126 P
CWR Anxiety Rollette P8206107-658547 BCF Rollo Lass P CRR Ethel 2 | 5201095-313996 I Fav Domino 3 P
P9264432-853855 CWR Anx Dominette 2 Adv Anxiety Dom P 6931715-494337 Ethel fT Suratt President P
SP8202327-666353 [JEssie Anxiety P I 4228454-252766 1Sapphire P
All 14 ancestors polled. Sired by Mischief Domino R 21st, Reference Sire This young intensely polled heifer is the type and kind that top breeders
'C" out of an Anxiety cow. This cross has proven most successful. Dam wish for replacement. She carries many excellent qualities of her sire CMR
sells as Lot 51. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open. Real Lary 1st, Reference Sire "A." Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open.
LOT 139 COW LOT 145 COW
CWR Mis Dominess 44 P-10316800-1087933 CWR Misc Dominess 51 P-10695300-1178947
CWR Misc Dominess 44 P-10316800-1087933 Calved January 1, 1959 Tattoo RE 900 LE 9(00
Calved July 17, 1958 Tattoo RE 860 LE 860 Calved January 1, 1959 Tattoo RE 900 LB
[CMR Misch Dom 34 [CMR Rollo Dom 12P
CMR Mischief Dom 34 [CMR Rollo Dom 12 P Mischief Domino R 21 5357144-316111 Rollos Bluebonnet P
Mischief Domino R 21 5357144-316111 IRollo's Bluebonnet P P7547034-577711 CMR Dominette 43 Circle M Adv Dom P
P7547034-577711 CMR Dominette 43 Circle M Adv Dom P 3998688-207253 ]Celia Domino P
13998688-207253 Celia Domino P T Rollo Domino G fDT Rollo Domino 2 P
[CWR Anx Domino 4 JAdv Anxiety Dom P DHF Agnes Rolloette I 7785099-600246 1 GF Gwen Dominette 1 P
CWR Rollo Dominette P8202322-684550 Miriam Domino P P8915949-784082 DHF Agnes Plato 3 fDHF R Plato Dom 31 P
P9264437-853851 1Patricia Rollo 39 {DHF King Rollo P I 7714088-591227 iDHF Agnes Rollo P
P7915061-621016 Patricia Plato 56 P All 14 ancestors polled. Sired by Mischief Domino R 21t, Grand Champion
All 14 ancestors polled. CMR, Anxiety breeding, a proven successful cross. at Knoxville, Tenen. 1954. Dam sells as Lot 105. 1ily calfhood vaciOfficially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open. nated. Sells Open.
nated. Sells Open ...
LOT 140 COW LOT 146 COW
CWR Misc Dominess 47 P-10368468-1095069 CWR Beau Dominess P-10695301-1178955
CWR Misc Dominess 47 P-10368468-1095069 Calved January 2, 1959 Tattoo RE 902 LE, 902
Calved August 14, 1958 Tattoo RE 871 LE 871 Calved January 2, 1959 Tattoo RE 902 L 9
fMV Baca Prince 1 [CMR Baca Duke
fCMR Mischief Dom 34 fCMR Rollo Dom 12 P CWR Baca Prince 2 7922914-623341 Miss SA Rollo 9 P
Mischief Domino R 21 W 5357144-316111 1Rollo's Bluebonnet P P9188079--840659 DHF Miss Col Dom 29 [HSF Beau Dom 7 P
P7547034-577711 jCMR Dominette 43 [Circle M Adv Dom P 1 7724885-604084 IJean Bullion P
[ 3998688-207253 ICelia Domino P [7285648 Ja ulo
3998688-207253 ICelia Domino P (DHF Larry Blanchard Captain Plato 45 P
[CWR Super Rollo [GHR Super Rollo P DHF Miss Blchd 10 P8245468-685298 r Miss Larry Dom 80 P
CW Beu 081 ette C8060 pe o ei* clD 2 s 10ELRA 1 a om 31 P
CWR2Beau Rollette oP8206107-65547 1 BCF Rol oLass 1 P P9372525-96951 DHF BELL PLATO 15 DHF R Plato Dor 31 P
P9264483-853852 1KBF Beau Victor 8 HSF Beau 6648022-458825 IDHF Plato Lassie P
P8162073-656179 Callie P' Every ancestor polled for three generations. CMR breeding out of a BlanIntensely polled, all 14 ancestors polled. Dam sells as Lot 55. Officially chard cow. Dam sells as Lot 113. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open.
LOT 141 COW LOT 147 COW
CWR Misc Dominess 53 P-10695305-1178946
CWR Baca Dominess P-10559887-1132143 Calved Jaunary 6, 1959 Tattoo RE 909 LB
Calved December 6, 1958 Tattoo RE 878 LE 878 eR Misch Dom 34 [CMR Rollo Dom 12 P
CP1RB P e Fe~m 9 7P 7345 M11R mic Dr 4 fCR IRol o
fMV Baca Prince 1 fCMR Baca Duke P Misch Domino R 21 |5357144-316111 iRollos Bluebonnet P
CWR Baca Prince 2 7922914-623341 1Miss SA Rollo 9 P P7547034-577711 {CMR Dominette 43 JCircle M Adv Domino P
P9188079-840659 DHF Miss Col. Dom 29 fHSF Beau Domino 7 P | 3998688-207253 1Celia Domino P
7724885--604084 IJean Bullion P An Dom 34 P
[Misch Domino R 21 [fCMR Misch Dom 34 P CWR Anx Dominette 6 7249675-e 59217 7 ra Mae P
CWR Misch Dominess 3 7547034-577711 CMR Dominette 43 P P8202331-684552 IGS Mixer Girl 8 PB Mixer Lad H
P8961175-788502 Barna Larryanna 98 REL S Perfection 168 P 7097683-511199 Linda Adv Domino 3
1 6758044-489544 Miss Glory 45 H Circle M breeding top and bottom, with Anxiety outcross that has proven
Intensely polled. Double bred CMR. Dam sells as Lot 46. Officially calf- toCircle be most success ful.d Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells aths proven.
hood vaccinated. Sells Open.
LOT 142 COW LOT 148 COW
CWR Mis Dominess 50 P- 581246--1143490 CWR Bonnie Domino 19 P-10695307-1178949
CWR Misc Dominess 50 P-10581246-1143490 Calved January 7, 1959 Tattoo RE 913 LE 913
Calved December 26, 1958 Tattoo RE 885 LE 885 Larry Domino 118 R La r Dmno P
M Lar oio18CMR Larry DomIoP
[CMR Misch Dom 34 fCMR Rollo Dom 12 P CMR Real Lay 1 1 7719551-600122 CMR Donna Mchf 17
Mischief Domino R 21 5357144-316111 lRollos Bluebonnet P P8705171-769692 1Bonnie Real iPawnee Real 6 P
P7547034-577711 CMR Dominette 43 [Circle M Adv Domino P | 7055152-521758 1flonnie Heiress 3 P
3998688-207253 ICelia Domino P r
Moa lto6EhreDomaino 58 nEuhre Domino
FDHF King Rollo JCMR Rollo Dom Jr. P Mona Plato 6 5361 076-322698 Fer n 1 P
Patricia Rollo 39 I 4658266-261541 1Eva Domino 2 P 6612894-455952 Mona Plato C [The Advanxiety H
P7915061-621016 1Patricia Plato 56 [Plato Dom 41 P 1 3424686-167023 lMona Plato A P
5768725-377109 1Rose Marie 2 P The kind of replacement heifer that the most discriminating breeders are
Another top daughter of Mischief Domino R 21st. CMR breeding to and seeking. Sired by CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A," Grand Chaw
bottom. 100 per cent polled. Dam sells as Lot 84. Officially calfhood vac- ion of Arkansas 1956. Intensely polled. Officially calfhoodvaccinated. Sells cinated. Sells Open. Open.
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LOT 149 COW LOT 155 COW
CWR Bonnie Domino 21 P-10749749-1184377 CWR Bonnie Domino 24 P-10763617-1195137
Calved January 11, 1959 Tattoo RE 917 LE 917 Calved February 17, 1959 Tattoo RE 941 LE 941
(CMR Larry Domino 118 [CMR Larry Domino P CMR Larry Dom 118 [CMR Larry Domino P
CMR Real Larry 1 1 7719551-600122 ICMR Donna Mschf 17 P CMR Real Larry 1 7719551-600122 1 CMR Donna Mschf 17 P
P8705171-769692 Bonnie Real [Pawnee Real 6 P P8705171-769692 Bonnie Real fPawnee Real 6 P
I 7055152-521758 lBonnie Heiress 3 P 1 7055152-521758 1Bonnie Heiress 3 P
(JFG Dom Misch 53 fDomes Misch 97 P (DT Rollo Domino G [DT Rollo Domino 2 P
CWR Rollo Duchess 1 5838766-379709 Merry Mischf 2 P DHF Lady Banner 7785099-600246 1 GF Gwen Dominette 1 P
P8206110-658551 .BCF Rollo Queen 2 GHF Rollo Dom 3 P P9372528-896934 JFL Typist 3 [HSF Beau Domino P
I 6539535-458036 fSprr Prin Dom 620 P 6418928-449674 lLady Christine 2 P
An outstanding heifer that should be a valuable asset to any herd, by Sired by CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A." She carries many of
CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A" from a Domestic Mischief cow. his excellent qualities. All ancesteors polled for three generations. Dam
Dam sells as lot 31. Officially calfhood vaccinated. All 14 ancestors polled. sells as Lot 115. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open.
Sells Open.
LOT 150 COW LOT 156 COW
CWR Misc Dominess 54 P-10749751-1184373 CWR Bonnie Domino 25 P-10763618-1185135
Calved January 11, 1959 Tattoo RE 919 LE 919 Calved February 17, 1959 Tattoo RE 942 LE 942
Calved January 11, 1959 Tattoo RE 919 LE 919 M LarDo 18 jMR ary omnP
7719551ry-6 oa122 CMR LyDomino 17P
MCMR Mischf Domino 34 fCMR Rolo Dom 12 P CMR Real Larry 1 CMR 7719551-600122 CMR Donna Mischf 17
Mischief Domino RI 21 1 5357144-316111 1Rollos Bluebonnet P P8705171-769692 Bonnie Real Pawnee Real 6 P
P7547034-577711 1CMR Dominette 43 [Circle M Adv Domino P 7055152-521758 iBonnie Heiress 3 P
S3998688-207253 ICelia Domino P CVR Super Rollo [GHR Super Rollo P
CCMR Silver Ela i tion [WHR Elation 52 H CWR Super Rolette P8206107-658547 CF Rollo Lass 1 P
C:M Cassie Elation f 5306524 1Miss Reelfoot S 9 H P9264430--853856 WHF Prin Rollina 38 Prince Rollo 109 P
6151508--434488 jT Mellow Cassie 3 )Mello Mischief P I P8112163-675177 ISR Prncss Dom 11 P
,4633532-258831 ICassandra Domino P
Circle M s t ana tf oneDof o e podcing Another top daughter of CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A," out
Crcle M Breeding top and bottom. Out of one of our best milk producing of a Super Rollo dam that sells as Lot 50. All 14 ancestors polled. Officially
brood matrons. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open. calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open.
LOT 157 COW
LOT 151 COW CWR Bonnie Domino 26 P-10763619-1185140
CWR Misc Dominess 55 P-10760641-1185125 Calved March 17, 1959 Tattoo RE 944 LE 944
Calved January 17, 1959 Tattoo RE 923 LE 923 (CMR Larry Dom 118 fCMR Larry Domino P
CMR Mischf Domino 34 fCMR Rollo Dom 12 P CMR Real Larry 1 I' 7719551-600122 CMR Donna Mscf 17 P
Mischief Domino R 21 5357144-316111 Rollos Bluebonnet P P8705171-769692 Bonnie Real IPawnee Real 6 P
P7547034-577711 CMR Dominette 43 [Circle M Adv Domino P L 7055152-521758 iBonnie Heiress 3 P
S3998688-207253 ICelia Domino P (RCR Odvd Larry 19 fRCR Advanced Larry P
C Rollo Advance 2 fCMR Rollo Dom 13 P CWR Adv Larryetta 29 P7514200-566134 Miss R Anxiety 1 P
Miss Silver Rollo 2 5628876-351706 1CMR Dominette 100 P P9604422-917269 DHF Miss Col Dom 29 [HSF Beau Dom 7 P
6884080-508020 Miss CSF Silver 8 HHF Silver Mschf H 7724885-604084 iJean Bullion P
S5077911 1Miss Orville H By CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A," out of an Advance Larry cow,
Circle M breeding both top and bottom. Sired by Mischief Domino R 21st. selling as Lot 68, whose grandsire RCR Advance Larry sold for $18,500. All
Reference Sire "C." A good replacement prospect. Officially calfhood vac- 14 ancestors polled. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open.
cinated. Sells Open.
LOT 152 COW LOT 158 COW
CWR Beau Domness 5 P-10760643-1185141 CWR Bonnie Domino 27 P-10763620-1185136
CWR Beau Dominess 5 P-10760643-1185141 Calved April 2, 1959 Tattoo RE 946 LE 946
Calved February 2, 1959 Tattoo RE 931 LE 931 Calved April 2, 1959 Tattoo RE 946 iE 946
CMII Larry Domino 118 [CMR Larry DominoP
aa Prince 2 MV Baca Prince 1 [CMR Baca Duke P CMR Real Larry 1 7719551-600122 CMR Donna Mshf 17 P
CWR laca Prince 2 | 7922914-623341 1 Miss SA Rollo 9 P P8705171-769692 fBonnie Real [Pawnee Real 6 P
P9188079-840659 DHF Miss Col Dom 29 fHSF Beau Dom 7 P [ 7055152-521758 JBonnie Heiress 3 P
- 7724885-604084 1Jean Bullion P RCR Advd Larry 19 [RCR Advd Larry P
fJFG Domes Mischf 53 fDomes Mischf 97 P CWR Adv Larryetta 23 7514200-566134 1Miss R Anxiety 1 P
MVF Ann Mischief 1 1 5838766- 37970 Merry Mischf 2 P P9299226-863169 Miss Diamond B 295 Diamo nd Mischief P
7151623-537529 jBig Cove Lass 8 fT Domino 14 P 1 6308202-413776 iMiss Bonnie 83 P
1 4677103-270405 ILowe's Sprr Prn D3 P
Intensely polled with all 4677103-270405 l Lowe's S rnOfally Another top prospect by CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A." From
14 ancestors polled. CMR breeding. Officially an Advance Larry cow, selling as Lot 60, whose Grandaire sold for $18,500. calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open. All 14 ancestors polled. Officially calfhood vaccinated.
LOT 153 COW LOT 159 COW
Calved CWR Beau Dominess 6 P-10763614-1185143 CWR Misc Dominess 57 P-10796852-1190319
Calved February 6, 1959 Tattoo RE 936 LE 936 Calved May 6, 1959 Tattoo RE 951 IE 951
MV Baca Prince 1 [CMR Baca Duke P Calved May 6, 1959 Tattoo RE 951 LE 951
CWR Baca Prince 2 J7922914-623341 Miss SA Rollo 9 P CMR Mischf Dom 34 CMR Rollo Dom 12 P
P9188079-840659 DHF Miss Col Dom 29 fHSF Beau Dom 7 P Mischief Domino R 21 5357144-316111 }Rollos Bluebonnet P
S7724885-604084 *Jean Bullion P P7547034-577711 CMR Dominette 43 Circle M Adv Dom P
(Battle Mixer 24 [Battle Mixer P 3998688-207253 Celia Domino P
CR Princess Domino 3 5576567-349761 1Leola A Mixer P FTPH Rollo Domino 10 [C Rollo Domino 2 P
P7636965-583266 Prncss Dom 2 W [Woodford Bullion P Clara Rolline 60 I 6187255-460092 )Constance 5 P
[ 5288698-311814 1 Lucy Dom P P8535640-752253 Clara Domino 4 fMischief Domino 7 P
All 14 ancestors polled. This Circle M, Battle Mixer cross has proven A 5469998-463932 Clara Domino P
most successful. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open. All ancestors polled for three generations. By Mischief Domino R 21st,
Grand Champion at Knoxville, Tenn. 1954. Dam selling as Lot 96. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open.
LOT 154 COW LOT 160 COW
CWR Misc Dominess 56 P-10763616-1185126 CWR Misc Dominess 58 P-10796848-1190320
Calved February 10, 1959 Tattoo RE 939 LE 939 Calved May 15, 1959 Tattoo RE 953 LE 953
M (CMR Mischf Dom 34 CMR Rollo Dom 12 P CMR Michf Domino 34 fCMR Rollo Dom 12 P
Mischief Domino R 21 5357144-316111 Rollos Bluebonnet P Mischief Domino R 21 5357144-316111 IRollos Bluebonnet P
P7547034-577711 CMR Dominette 43 Circle M Adv Domino P P 7547034-577711 CMR Dominette 43 [Circle M Adv Dom P
( 399688-207253 [Celia Domino P 3998688-207253 Celia Domino P
(GHR Anx Mischf 372 Anxiety Woodrow P fCWR Anx Domino [Adv Anx Dom TW P
RD1 Mischief Belle I 5092665-296905 Texas Rose 1 P Duchess Domino I P8202319-666352 1Domestic Lassie P
7308521-573267 4 MHF Scioto Belle [Hazford Beau 3 P P9264440-853854 CWR Rollo Duchess JJFG Domes Mschf 53 P
I [ 5683157-355968 lIsabel 41 P I P8206110-658551 1BCF Rollo Queen 2 P
ensely polled, all 14 ancestors polled. Sired by Mischief Domino R 21st, All 14 ancestors polled. By Mischief Domino R 21st Reference Sire "C," ference Sire "C," out of an Anxiety bred cow. Officially calfhood vacci- out of an Anxiety bred cow. Dam sells as Lot 57. Officially calfhood vacnated. Sells Open. cinated. Sells Open.
for January, 1960 69




COCK O' WALK'S 'CREAM O' CROP' DISPERSAL, JAN. 16, 1960
LOT 161 COW LOT 164 COW
CWR Bonnie Domino 29 P-10796853-1191208 CWR Bonnie Domino 31 P-10799177-1191758
Calved May 17, 1959 Tattoo RE 954 LE 954 Calved May 29, 1959 Tattoo RE 962 LE 9o
(CMR Larry Domino 118 [CMR Larry Domino P (CMR Larry Domino 118 fCMR Larry Domino P
CMR Real Larry 1 1 7719551-600122 ICMR Donna Mschf 17 P CMR Real Larry 1 ( 7719551-600122 1CMR Donna Mschf 17
P8705171-769692 Bonnie Real IfPawnee Real 6 P P8705171-769692 Bonnie Real JPawnee Real 6 P
I 7055152-521758 IBonnie Heireess 3 P I 7055152-521758 |Bonnie Heiress 3 P
(CWR Anx Domino 4 [Adv Anxiety Dom P IDT Rollo Domino G [DT Rollo Domino 2 P
CWR Larietta Domino I P8202322-684550 1Miriam Domino P DHF Bonnie Real 5 I 7785099-600246 IGF Gwen Dominette 1 P
P9264441-853847 SF Larrietta 13 fSF Larry Mschf 2 P P9372518-896940 DHF Bonnie Plato 2 [DHF R Plato Dom 21 P
1 7092326-523291 1 Canadian Lady H t 7773325-606281 lAnnamae Domino P
A top prospect by CMR Real Larry 1st, Grand Champion Arkansas 1956, A good replacement heifer by CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A, out of an Anxiety bred cow. Dam sells as Lot 56. Officially calfhood vacci- Dam sells as Lot 112. All ancestors polled for three generations. Officially nated. Sells Open. calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open.
LOT 162 COW
CWR Misc Dominess 59 P-10799175-1191744 LOT 165 COW
Calved May 26, 1959 Tattoo RE 960 LE 960 CWR Super Rollette 2 P-10799178-1191745
(CMR Mischf Domino 34 fCMR Rollo Dom 12 P Calved May 29, 1959 Tattoo RE 963 LE co
Mischief Domino R 21 | 5357144-316111 lRollos Bluebonnet P (GHR Super Rollo fCMR Rollo Dom 28 P
P7547034-577711 CMR Dominette 43 (Circle M Adv Dom P CWR Super Rollo I 5983266-377924 JElla Rollo P
I 3998688-207253 ICelia Domino P8206107-658547 IBCF Rollo Lass 1 (SHF Rollo Dom 3 P
(RCR Advd Larry 19 [RCR Advd Larry P 1 6539534-465047 )Big Cove Lass 31 H
CWR Adv Larryetta i 7514200-566134 }Miss R Anxiety 1 P (CWR Beau Perfect 2 fMB Perfection P
P8693288-729612 Miss Silver Follo 2 C Rollo Advance 2 P CWR Vicky Beau I' P8237351-684601 1Gay Stanway 37 P
I 6884080-508020 iMiss CSF Silver 8 H P9604421-917270 1CWR Victoria Domino [fRHR V Dom Ret 15 P
By Mischief Domino R 21st, Grand Champion at Knoxville, Tenn. 1954, I P8202325-658550 IRita Domino 1 P
out of an Advance Larry dam, whose Grandsire RCR Advance Larry sold Nice open heifer by CWR Super Rollo out of a Beau Perfect cow that selk for $18,500. Dam sells as Lot 35. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open. as Lot 67. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open.
LOT 163 COW LOT 166 cow
CWR Bonnie Domino 30 P-10799176-1191756 LOT 166 CO
Calved May 27, 1959 Tattoo RE 961 LE 961 Mar Lamplighter P-8389556-721518
CMR Larry Domino 118 (CMR Larry Domino P Calved January 14, 1954 Tattoo LE 676
CMR Real Larry 1 7719551-600122 1CMR Donna Mschf 17 P MPld. Modest Lamp. 2" fModest Lamplighter H
P8705171-769692 Bonnie Real IPawnee Real 6 P Modest C. Lamp. 5" I 5043239-321966 ]Spangle P
[ 7055152-521758 IBonnie Heiress 3 P 6031862-379197 Lady Gold fPld. Adv Domino 2 P
Captain Plato 45 Captain Plato P [ 4799697-277509 IMiss Goldie P
DHF Bonnie Plato 4 / 5591807-352308 1Lady Princeeton 1 H (Sir Bama Perf. 83" [Beau Perfection 164" P.
P9372517-896928 DHF Bonnie Plato IDHF R Plato Dom 21 P Mar. Perfection 10" I 3025888-141441 Miss Bana Gem 100" P
1 7649561-578393 1 Miss Larry Dom 74 P 3838631-194111 1 Miss Marvel 25" Beau Belair P
A top daughter of CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A." A good I 3224868-149991 Miss Woodford 2" H
prospective brood matron. Dam sells, as Lot 110. Officially calfhood vacci- A proven brood matron. Dam of Lot 63. Should be a valuable asset to mas nated. Sells Open. any herd. Will be bred by sales date.
A Message from "Bo" Swilley
The "Cream 0' Crop" Polled Hereford Dispersal Sale of Cock 0' Walk Ranch, Mcintosh,
Fla., January 16 at Gainesville, Florida, will give the breeder public the opportunity of obtaining the top cattle of this prominent herd. This noted firm that is well known throughout
the state and the Southeast has long been recognized as a source of herd improving seedstock with many of their herd's offspring being in strong demand from points far and near.
One of its outstanding achievements in the way of making Polled Hereford history was that
of breeding and selling the first Polled Herefords ever to be exported into Guatemala.
The herd is composed of useful, regular producing, quality cattle, featuring some of
the most successful bloodlines of the breed.
Ranch owners, Mr. & Mrs. F. A. Cockrill, have long been ardent Polled Hereford enthusiasts, and have been strong contributors to the progress that the breed has made. Their
aim has constantly been to advocate and produce Polled Herefords of breed improving caliber that meet the demand of progressive cattlemen, and they have advanced far in achieving these ideals as evidenced in the cattle that will sell in this "Cream 0' Crop" Dispersal.
Quality bulls and females of popular breeding may be found in this sale.
BYRON "BO" SWILLEY,
The Polled Hereford World Magazine
70 The Florida Cattleman




COCK 0' WALK'S 'CREAM 0' CROP' DISPERSAL, JAN. 16, 1960
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Each animal will be sold to the highest bidder to breed after a trial or six months, animal may be and the auctioneer will settle any disputes as to bids. returned to Cock 0' Walk Ranch in good condition.
Terms: Cash. (Checks and drafts accepted from The seller reserves the right to try said animal for
six months. If proven a breeder, it may be returned partes roprly denifid.)to the purchaser at the purchaser's expense. If
Each animal will be at purchaser's risk as soon as proven barren, purchase price will be refunded or like sold, but will be taken care of a reasonable time until value animal substituted if the seller desires. shipped. Transportation at buyer's expense.
All persons attending the sale do so at their ownSaiton ThFlrdLveocBadhsap
risk, and the owners of the sale pavilion or cattle proved this sale and agreed to disinfect wherever assume no liability, legal or otherwise, for any acci- nesaraoudtealpvionopoecth dents which may occur. hat falaias
Any corrections or announcements from the Sale Pavilion: The Gainesville Livestock Market
auction box on sale day will take precedent over cata- is modern in every respect, constructed of concrete logue or previous statements. Any known defects will and steel, recently completed at a cost exceeding a be pointed out from the auction box. quarter-million dollars. Circulating heat and theaterRegulations of sale and guarantee of animals: The type seats for buyers provide the finest in comfort customary rules recommended by the American for those attending.
Hereford Association. Necessary health papers: All necessary health
In this "Cream 0' Crop" Dispersal Sale, every un- papers will be prepared in advance for each inditried animal is guaranteed to be a breeder. Failing vidual animal.
RESERVATIONS IN GAINESVILLE MAY BE MADE AT:
Hotel Thomas, 615 NE 2d Street Gator Court US 441 S
Holiday Inn, 1900 SW 12th Street (US 441 S) Tom Sawyer Motor Inn, US 441 S
Manor Motel, 2325 NW 13th Street (US 441 N) Francisco Motor Court, US 441 S
Casa Loma Lodge, 21205SW 13th Street (US 441 5) Motel Tabor, US 441 S
Florida Motor Court, US 441 S Hill Top Motor Court, US 441 N
Bambi Motel, US 441 S Rich land Heights Motor Court, US 441 N




COCK 0' WALK'S
'Cream o Crop
DISPERSAL
220 Head, 165 Lots
POLLED
Full
Certified
HEREFORDS
'NONE BETTER' Selling
90
Young
at the new, modern, sanitary Brood
.aCows quarter-milion dollar (2 to 6
GAINESVILLE LIVESTOCK MKT. Yeo
Gainesville, Florida
20
Bred
Heifers.
10:30 A.M. featuring
CMR BREEDING open
SATURDAY Heifers
140 LOTS CARRY CMR JAN. 16, 1960 BREEDING! Bulls,
55
Calves.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Cockrill, Owners J. W. Mixson, Manager
Total:
COCK O' WALK RANCH H220
Head,
Mcintosh, Florida
TELEPHONES: Office, LYnwood 1-3281. Residence, LYnwood 1-2281




Fritz Stein Is
Elected By Palm MEINCKE ANNOUNCES
leach Cattlemen NEW 1960"SPRED-MRSTER"
ELECTION OF officers and directors for .. ATTACHES TO
the coming year was the main order of business at a meeting of the Palm Beach ANY TRACTOR
County Cattlemen's Association held re- TRUCK
cently.
Fritz Stein, Jr., of Belle Glade was elected president, to succeed Ray Raul- BED
erson of Pahokee, who was named to the board of directors. Raulerson and his wife were lauded for thir work in the association, and it was pointed out that membership doubled during his term of office.
Elected to the board with Raulerson were Russell E. Kiser of Lake Worth; L. E. Larson, Jr., of Delray Beach; and FEATURING: 1. Hydraulically Driven Twin Fans.
P. C. Kirchman, George H. Wedgworth, 2. New Improved High Capacity Unloading Chain.
PCris Figeroand Hrold -.Wedgwoh, l3. Improved Accurate Poundage Control System With All Chris Figueroa and Harold Brough, all Controls Operated In Front By Tractor Driver.
of Belle Glade. 4. Hydraulically Controlled Ground Drive With Overrunning
Other officers elected were J. W. Rep- Clutch.
per of Canal Point, vice president, and 5. Heavy Duty Fan Guard.
Kent Price of West Palm Beach, secre- 6. Will Hold 31/ Tons.
tary-treasurer. Dr. C. W. Kidder was 7. Removable Sides For Easy Cleaning.
tarytreaure. Dr C. Kdderwas8. Improved, Even Speed. selected as state director, with Roscoe 9. Easy Maneuverability.
L. Braddock as alternate.
Braddock reminded the group of the FCA mid-year convention, to be held in M EIN C K E
West Palm Beach, with George Wash- SLI
ington Hotel as headquarters. SPREADER WORKS, IN.
Dr. Howard C. Johns, extension live- Dept. B-ASTATULA, FLORIDA PHONE: TAV. DIAMOND 3-7601
stock specialist at the University of Florida, spoke to the group outlining the advantages and disadvantages of different methods of selling livestock. IP nP
Dull Sale Slated Penta J-esure Treated Posts
For Brooksville POSTS and BARN POLES
Fence Posts 6-1/2' to 10O'-Poles 12' to 25' AN AUCTION sale of bulls of several breeds Lumbe and T b -Al es
that have completed a performance feed- Lumber and Timber-All Sizes
ing test will be held at the West Central Florida Experiment Station at Brooksville U. S. Department of Agriculture estimates the
on March 24, according to a report from Cal Burns, who is in charge of the life of Penta Pressure Treated Posts at
station. 30 YEARS
He estimates that about 40 bulls will be in the sale, including Santa Gertrudis, W rite for Our Prices-Truck Delivery
Hereford, Brahman, Angus, and possibly Charolais and Charbray animals. It would appear that the majority of the Brooksville sale offering will be Santa WRITE Gertrudis bulls.
All of the animals selling will have just COLEMAN-EVANS completed the sixth annual record of per- WOOD PRESERVING
finance bull feeding test which is now being conducted at the station. The 140- COMPANY
day test will end on March 15, Burns said. "We'll cut out the bottom 25 percent of P.0. Box 3646
the bulls that complete the test," Burns Pointed out, "and will sell the top 75 Phones: ELgin 6-6453
percent of the group with the exception of EVergreen 7-4383
those animals that the owners do not care to enter in the sale." Plant Located At
He said that starting time for the sale, auctioneer and further information will WHITEHOUSE, FLORIDA be announced in the near future.
for January, 1960 Jacksonville, Florida Over 100,000 of our posts on the new Florida Turnpike




saHEREFORD Sales Are Slated
YFor Month of January
con Purebred auction events scheduled by
and
Santa Fe River Ranch, Cock 0' Walk
S Ranch and Todiway Acres
Two WELL-KNOWN Polled Hereford Cock O Wal...
breeders will stage auction sales during
the month of January with Santa Fe A WHOPPING 220 head of Polled HereRiver Ranch's seventh annual Sunshine fords will sell as 165 lots in Cock O' Walk Sale set for January 9 at the ranch near Ranch's "Cream o' Crop" Dispersal at Alachua and Cock 0' Walk Ranch's the Gainesville Livestock market. SalIE "Cream o' Crop" Dispersal to be held will start at 10:30 a.m.
at the Gainesville Livestock Market on "Part of the Cock 0' Walk Ranch bas
January 16. And in neighboring Alabama, been sold, necessitating the reduction o Todiway Acres will hold its "Pattern- our Polled Hereford herd," F. A. Cock Maker" Production sale of Polled Here- rill, Cock 0' Walk owner points out fords at Montgomery on January 11. "Rather than have a reduction sale, w
are offering a Cream o' Crop' Disperl
*Snta e of all of our females six years of age and
, t FR younger, along with 25 bulls."
Yard lighting BETR SANTA FE RIVER Ranch, owned by Mr. Included in the offering will be 9
pays in FRM BETTER and Mrs. A. D. Davis, will offer 10 bulls young brood cows from two to six years
11 and 40 females in its seventh annual Sun- old, 20 bred heifers, 30 open heifers, 2 convenience, TRIt shine Sale which Manager W. F. Snead bulls, and 55 calves. Cockrill said
protection and blsa tebs feigi hi itr. ulad5 avs okilsi h
extra hours of productive bills as "the best offering in their history." 140 lots will carry CMR breeding.
work. Place fixtures on the But last year's record average of $1935 The entire Cock 0' Walk herd is certi.
corners of buildings to light on 50 head will be mighty hard to beat! fied brucellosis free and animals fro
both sides atop poles to The sale last year also saw the top bull this sale are permitted to go into any
avoid shadows, sell to Dixie Lily Ranch of Williston for state, he explained.
$20,000 while the top-selling female 24 daughters and nine sons by CMR
There's NO MATCH for Electric Living brought $6200 from R. D. Keene of Real Larry 1st will sell and 28 cows is
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY Orlando. the sale will carry his service, while 29
"The Super Rollos have done an ex- daughters and seven sons of RCR AdHelping Build Florida cellent job for us," Snead said, "and we vanced Larry 19th are also being offered
have a heavy concentration of this most- Another feature will be 41 daughters and sought-after bloodline in our herd." nine sons of Mischief Domino R 21st.
Santa Fe herd sires include CMR SuH EREFORDS per Rollo 12th, CMR Mischief Domino 96,
CMR Larryleer 2nd, FLF Battle Mixer Hurst Elected Head
Featuring the services of 27, CMR Superol 20, and CMR Super
,F ZNTO ER 2 Of Suwannee Group
CL ZENTO RUPERT 36 Rollo 76.
TH ZATO HEIR 467 Jewett Fulkerson and A. W. "Ham" W. 0. "SONNY" HURST was elected presiW G. HULL Hamilton will serve as auctioneers for dent of the Suwannee County Cattlethe event which is slated to start at 1:00 men's Association at a recent meeting. Phone 7251, Box 37, PAHOKEE, FLA. p.m. Other officers elected for 1960 are J. D
Odom, vice-president and Paul Crews,
Todiway Acres... secretary-treasurer. Directors are 0. C.
Lanier, Bob Holmes, Lamar Hancock
HEREFORDS THE SERVICE of the $56,000 CEK Pawnee and V. V. Brown.
See us for outstanding bulls and females. Mixer will feature Todiway Acres' "PatFeaturing Flat Top Rupert 39th as chief tern-Maker" Production Sale with the herd sire. first animal slated to enter the ring in FLORDA DROPPED one notch in National
Payne & Son Montgomery, Alabama at 12 noon. Hereford ranks in 1959. Florida is now
C. M. & Kelsey F. Payne, Owners, Phone 64399 Sale offering will be made up of 35 ranked 37th in number of Herefords re
SEBRING, FLORIDA females and 15 bulls, according to Tine corded. In 1958 it held the 36th spot,
W. Davis, Todiway Acres owner. Other The same number of Herefords were rethan the service of CEK Pawnee Mixer, ported as recorded in the state for both the service and progeny of SFR Advance years-2237. HEREFORD o mio, 4th ollbo in Two N o
FS Super Domino 4th will be featured in Two PFNS of blocky Hereford feede
the sale offering, calves swept both grand and reserve
The bloodlines champions Auctioneers Fulkerson and Hamilton champion honors over all breeds in the
CONNELL STOCK FARM will also handle the auctioneering chores stocker and feeder division of the AmerPhones: Office PA 6-4041, Res. PA 6-4432 at this event. ican Royal Livestock Show.
INVERNESS FLORIDA 74 The Florida Cattlema




Looking For Clean Pedigrees
Plus Quality Herefords?
hen iee Our Coaighnent ot 7 & to the
Ocala &U 1a/e jamuaq 19
We would like to extend a special invitation for you to see have clear pedigrees and will fit into either a purebred or our selection of 7 horned Hereford bulls consigned to the commercial operation. We think these bulls are what many Ocala Bull Sale, January 19, 1960. These are all extremely of you cattlemen have been looking for, but have been hard big, rugged bulls with plenty of quality. Six of these bulls to locate. See you at Ocala.
FC Silver Anxiety 91 FC Vag Blanchard 147
Calved April 20, 1957 Calved June 23, 1958
Real Silver Dam 155 fHCR Silver Dam 12 B Vagabond Larry 92 fVagabond PR 103
fAnna Belle ILarry Lady 168
Lady Anxiety 2 fBar L Anxiety Dominette HL f Bar L Domino 1
"IMy Lady 11HL Dominette 2
FC Colorado Real 134 FC Vag Rupert 146
Calved March 22, 1958 Calved June 25, 1958
JB Colorado Real fMill Iron C 182 Vagabond Larry 92 fVagabond PR 103
" Miss Mill Iron C 938 |arrys Lady 168
Larrys Lady 207 1Larry Domino Dominette Rupert fT Royal Rupert 62
1Miss Superior 1 *Dominette F 3
FC Silver Donald 135 FC Silver Rupert 100
Calved March 20, 1958 Calved June 14, 1957
Real Silver Dom 155 fHCR Silver Dam 12 B Real Silver Dom 155 f HCR Silver Dom 12 B
lAnna Belle lAnna Belle
Belle Donald 4 fBar L Domino 1 Donna Rupert FT Royal Rupert 54
lBelle Donald 3 1Donna Domino 4
FIN-CREST HEREFORD FARMS
Dick Thompson, General Manager Phone Temple 4-7752 Justin McBride, General Manager
Raleigh North Carolina




Hereford Winner
Are Given for
Stock Shows
HEREFORD WINNERS at Putnam County Fair, Palatka, Hernando County Fair Brooksville, and the Greater Jackson. ville Fair-listed in order by classes, with the number of entries in parentheseswere as follows:
Palatka
Two-year-old bulls-(2): LL Larry Domino M (grand champion), L. T. Langford, Plant City; Creek Heir 7th (reserve champion), B. N. Kirk. land & Sons, Lakeland;
Langford had all winners in all other classesSenior bull calves; Junior bull calves; Spring bull calves; three bulls; two bulls; senior year ling heifers (Miss Larry Domino 131 was chainmp ion); Summer yearling heifers (Miss Larry Dom no 144 was reserve champion); Senior heifer calves; Winter heifer calves; Junior heifer calves; Group winners were: Get of sire, VH Larry Creek Heir 7 Domino 11th; pair of calves; two females; produ
of dam; Brooksville
Aged bulls-(1): Mischief Domino 2 (reserve grand champion), Circle Z Ranch, Floral City; GRAND CHAMPION HEREFORD BULL AT SUMTER ALL Junior yearling bulls-(1): CZR Prince Rollo 18,
Circle Z; Summer yearling bulls-(i): CZR Monarch 4, Circle Z; Junior bull calves-(5): BBF FLORIDA BREEDERS SHOW IN WEBSTER Zato Heir 159 (grand champion), Bar Bet Farms,
Brooksville; BBF Royal Mischief 162, Bar Bet; CZR Mischief Domino 10, Circle Z; Three blis
-(1): Circle Z; Two bulls-(2): Bar Bet; Circle Aged cows- (2): Silver Lady 2 CC (reserve Kirkland Hereford Ranch grand champion), Bar Bet; B. Mischief 4, Circle
Z; Senior yearling heifers-(2): BBF Silver Heiress (grand champion), Bar Bet; CZR Princess Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Kirkland, Owners Dom 8, Circle Z; Junior yearling heifers-):
Rt. 4 Box 109 Phone MU 6-0049 CZR Princess Dom 11, Circle Z; Junior heifer
R. 4 Box 1109 Phone MU 6-0049 calves-(2): BBF Miss Royal, Bar Bet; BBF Zato
LAKELAND FLORIDA Heiress 156, Bar et; Pair of calves-(2): Bar Bet;
Bar Bet;
Jacksonville
Two-year-old bulls-(2): LL Larry Domino 93rd, L. T. Langford, Plant City; Creek Heir 7, Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Kirkland, Lakeland; Junior yearling bulls-(1): Windsweep Victor 101, WindREGISTERED POLLED HEREFORDS HEREFORDS sweep Farms, Thomaston, Georgia; Junior yearIril. ling bulls born after January 1, 1958-(3): JF
Billy H Ranch Breeding age animals always available. Zato Heir 101 (reserve champion), Jo-Su-Li
Earl Higginbotham, Phones FA 2-2141, 2-1633
SANFORD, FLORIDA R. W. Shuman .
See Our Sires Phone 2-4311, Box 447
Both Sons of RCR Advanced Larry PLANT CITY, FLORIDA
REAL SILV RUPERT 1 CALLAWAY
Produces Fine CALLAWAY
HEREFORDS HEREFORD FARMS
At HAMILTON, GEORGIA
Corrigan Ranch HERD SIRES: Silver Return 3rd, CHF Real
VerBacSilver Ist, CHF Zato Return 4th, CHF Silver Vero Beach, Fla. Zato 616th, Cason L. Calloway, Jr., Owner
Pat Corrigan, Owner JO 7-2442 Jesse Mitchell, Manager Phone Main 8-4474 WINDSWEEP . Farms had the grand
champion Hereford bull at Jacksonville, shown here with Lucian Welty.
QUALITY POLLED HEREFORDS Don Blanchards shown here with Lucian Welty.
"One or a Carload" Sorrell Herefords
A. E. CAYSON & SONS w. J. Sorrell, Owner %
Houston Floyd, Manager tLj
P. O. BOX 235 PHONE 66W Phone Montgomery AMherst 4-2653
Blountstown Florida MATHEWS, ALABAMA
MEMBER: FLORIDA HEREFORD ASSOCIATION Located 20 mi. E. of Montgomery at Mathews
Registered
Herefords .- -* ., *"*s**
JOE OVERSTREET ... ..... JO-SU-LI . Farms showed the grand
Phone TIlden 6-4084 State Rd. 72, Turn So. on Sawyer Rd. champion female at Jacksonville, posed
KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA Phones: Office 4-4030, Farm 2-7896 by L. C. Green.
Located one mile south on U. S. 17-92 4637 Sawyer Rd., Sarasota, Fla. 76 The Florida Cattlema
i 76 The Florida Cattleman




FOR SALE
12 to 15 Service Age Bulls See Them Now
BAR-BET FARMS . exhibited the champion bull at Brooksville, shown with Harold Griffin.
chmponbul~, DOUBLE L RANCH
L. T. Langford, Owner
Phones: (Ranch) 49-3234, Tampa; (Office) 2-7141, Plant City; (Home) 2-6271, Plant City
Plant City Florida
CHAMPION . female at Brooksville REGISTERED For Sale
was this Bar-Bet heifer, shown with
was this Bar-B eiffin.er, shown with POLLED HEREFORDS 4 five-year-old sons of J F Zato Heir 2.
15 two-year-old sons of J F Zato Heir 2.
Fanrms, Colquitt, Georgia; Windsweep Victor 104, Circle Z Ranch 50 one-year-old registered bulls.
Windsweep; Misch Duke 6th Quinn Farm, Geo. A. Zellner, Owner ALBERT HAISTEN
Jacksonville; Summer yearling bulis -(2): Wind- ALBERT HAISTEN
sweep Victor 106, Windsweep; JF Zato Heir FLORAL CITY, FLA. Phone 2-3401 (day) or 2-3871 (night)
461M, Jo-Su-Li; Senior bull calves- (1): LL Larry Domino 118th, Langford; Winter bull MEMBER: FLORIDA HEREFORD ASS'N. Brundidge Alabama
calves-(2): Windsweep Victor 108 (grand chapion), Windsweep; JF Zato Heir 525, Jo-Su-Li; Junior bull calves-(5): BBF Zato Heir 159, Bar Bet Farms, Brooksville; Windsweep Victor 112, Windsweep; LL Larry Domino 122 Langford; Registered Polled Herefords HEREFORDS that
Spring bull calves-(3): Windsweep Victor 111, Milk Weigh Pay
Windsweep; BBF Royal Mischief 162, Bar Bet Farms; EMR Rollomold 7-908, E & M Ranch, SO C on grass
Dinsmore; T Farm
Group winners were: Get of sire-(4): Get of: The Creek Farm
MP Zato Heir 201, Jo-Su-Li; Windsweep Victor, Pat Wilson, Owner Phone 4571, 4511 Minor S. Jones III, Owner
Windsweep; VH Larry Domino 11, Langford; Minor S. Jones Ill, Owner
Three bulls-(3): Windsweep; Jo-Su-Li; Lang- FROSTPROOF, FLORIDA Phone ATwater 4-6151
ford; Two bull-(5): Jo-Su-Li; Windsweep, Lang- Ft. Meade Florida
ford;
Senior yearling heifers-(3): LL Miss Larry
Domino 131, Langford; BBF Silver Heiress, Bar Bet Farms; QF Misch Dutchess 3rd, Quinn; Juniorai heifers-(2) JF Zato Heiress 9 DIXIE HILLS Registered and commercial herds of Herefords
,o-Su-Li; Windsweep Venus 2, Windsweep; Sum- Rised raised sthe practical way since 1910-on a lot
ner yearling heifers-(2):LL Ms La o- HEREFORD FARMS of grass and little grain.
no 144, Langford; Windsweep Venus 3, Windsweep; Senior heifer calves-3): Windsweep Don- See us in 1959 for your Hereford Bulls na, Windsweep" LL Miss Larry Domino 150th, Langford; QF Misch Dutchess 7th, Quinn; Win- *A C SO
ter heifer calves-(3): JF Miss Anxiety 531 Fairburn & Ben Hill, Ga. HEREFORD FARM
(agrd; QFaminch D-uches 7tQinn;ee Wn-sHlHEEODFR (grand champion), Jo-Su-id; Windsweep Venus Bob Nash, Mgr. Phone 6426 Lovette Jackson, Owner, Phone Franklin 2-8612
reserve champion Windweep; LL Mss Larry Headquarters
Domin unior heifer calves 4 Miles east o au n Highway 92 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
-(6): Windsweep Venus 6, Windsweep; JF Zato 4 Miles east of Fairburn on Highway 92 Heiress 557, Jo-Su-Li; LL Miss Larry Domino 154th, Langford; Spring heifer calves-(1): WindLi; Windsweep. Acclimated REGISTERED HEREFORDS
FLORIDA BRED FOR FLORIDA NEEDS a m t ar
Bar-Bet F~arms
PUTNAM Mr. & Mrs. John Culbreath, Owners
HEREFORD RANCH Phone 3175, Rt. 4. Box 547
' Box 523, Phone CA 3-6242 BROOKSVILLE, FLORIDA
BARTOW FLORIDA Member Florida Hereford Association
THERE'S NOT MUCH DOUBT that the best kind of "dual-purpose" cow you can own is the cow which does well on pasture, then does equally well for the housewife. We invite you to write this association for a list of members-or contact our members directly.
RESERVE . bull at Jacksonville was FLORIDA HEREFORD ASSOCIATION
also shown by Jo-Su-Li, posed by Green. John Culbreath, President, Rt. 4, Box 547, Brooksville, Florida
for January, 1960 76A ,_




Shows perform the sadly neglected task
PRACTICAL POLLED lentges for Shows of showing and telling the public of the
HEREFORDS (Continued from page 27A) all-important role that agriculture, espe
Some shows also have interesting and ally animal agriculture, plays in
practical classes for groups of commercial welfare, economy and health of our nation. Adverse legislation, local an
sale bulls, loads f fer c ead o national, many often be due to the lac
of fat cattle. It is within the realm of of such efforts. possibility that future shows may re- Lastly, a livestock show is a common
quire that every sire which is represented meeting ground for the breeder, feeder
in the breeding show also have at least packer, researcher, teacher and industry
one offspring in the carcass show. Also, representative. The breeder would like the classes may be restricted to cattle to produce the big-framed, large-boned,
under 24 months of age, the degree of heavy-milking kind that wean off at
fatness decreased and the emphasis in- heavy-weights. On the other hand, the
creased on ability to walk with a free, packer knows he has to supply a con.
easy stride. Nurse cows are already as- sumer who wants small, lean, marbled,
sociated with the unprofitable kind and juicy, tender cuts.
are banned at many shows. The feeder is caught between two ideals
If it is ever possible to honestly use which conflict to some degree yet has the Thanks and appreciation to buyers of one or more performance records and production re- further task of profitably feeding out animals in 1959, as followsUSDA and Florida Exp. Station, Brooksville, Fla. cords to supplement what we can see in cattle to produce lean cuts free of exEverglades Experiment Station, Belle Glade, Fla. the show ring, the usefulness of the show excessive fat without lessening the marbling Dr. T. W. Gilmore, Jr., Sandersville, Ga. will be further enhanced. Henry Graddick, Headland, Ala. will be further enhanced. flavor and juiciness desired by the con.
Meadows & Son, Cochran, Ga. The most important function of live- flavr and juciesb
Wedgworth Farms, Belle Glade, Fla. stockSumer and packer.
Bermuda Plantation, Leary, Ga. shows, in my opinion, is to give Won't you agree that we need to exert
J. S. Carter, Vienna, Ga. youth of a locality (perhaps tri-county)
Brandt Cunningham, Headland, Ala. an more effort toward fewer but better
B. F. Giles & Son, Moultrie, Ga. an opportunity to compete for awards. shows where all segments of animal
J. Y. Greene, Perry, Ga. Such awards should be based on economic industry iron out their problems by workW.Herman. &HudsnR. T. Unadilla thleen, Ga. criteria associated with the steer entry, ing together with the real thing-animals, A. Ren, Andersonville, Ga. such as carcass grade, project record meat, feed, records and dollars?
Marbury and Wright, Albany, Ga. book of all business transactions and onA. A. May, Leesburg, Ga.
Putney Estates, Albany, Ga. foot placing. The on-foot placing will
P. L. Smith, Rocky Ford, Ga. go to the boy or girl who did the best job Fla. Phosphates Fil
Dan Palmer, Camilla, Ga.
J. L. Evans, South Bay, Fla. of grooming, training and showing; thus,
We are always glad to show our cattle and also it is a measure of their ability. Livestock i Needs
appreciate the interest of visitors who come to
see them. Each steer entry is slaughtered and
Principal Herd Sires are: MRF VIC DOM No. judged on carcass value, which is the A NUMBER of sources supply the suppleA14, wt. 2310 lbs,, 763 Performance Registry best measure of the animal's worth. The mental phosphorus needed by most FlorPoints earned; ACH Mischief Dom 45, wt. 1910 da livetoc fo ein proucton wiT
lbs., coming 4 year old, 304 Performance Registry record book award emphasizes the very da livestock for efficient production. DiPoints earned; RWJ DOMINO 821, two years old, important features of agribusiness and calcium phosphate is a manufactured Performance Registered as to weaning weight.
weight at 12 months, & feed lot gain for 140 days the efficiency of performance of the product containing about 18 to 20 percent
-has earned 33 points in P.R.I. animal. Such events not only initiate phosphorus. Defluourinated phosphate, a
We are trying to raise and develop our cattle youth to thenatural rock product which has been pr along the lines of practical and economical beef ceased to make it suitable for animals, is
production. We realize that good cattle can be also develop responsibility of ownership, made better. THIS IS OUR GOAL FOR 1960. business management and an inspiration largely produced in Florida. Another
In 1959 we produced calves that weighed 700 lbs. mt
or more at weaning. One of our bull calves at- to remain in the field of agriculture and material for the Purpose, produced in gained a weight of 1010 lbs. at 365 days of age, to make the best better. Florida, is soft phosphate, or colloidal
and we have good prospects for several others to phosphate.
equal this record. Shows provide an excellent opportunity
We have young bulls for sale and for informa- for industry, civic groups, bankers, polition about our cattle we refer you to the records ticians and others interested in agricul- HEREFORD STEERS swept the interbreed of Georgia State Extension Department, our County Agent at Americus, Ga., and the Supervisors ture to contribute to rural youth programs championships and reserve championof the Official Bull Performance Tests in Georgia ships in the 4-H and FFA divisions and
and Florida. We do not own a nurse cow and bydonating premium money and other pn the a ii n
have never had a dwarf calf. Attend the Sale of assistance for which public recognition the open class at the Pacific InternaPerformance Tested Bulls at Tifton, Ga. in is given by all news sources as well as tional Livestock Exposition at Portland,
March, 1960. agricultural organizations. Oregon. From these victories Herefords
R. W JO NES, Jr. For example, all steers in fat stock went on to win the grand and reserve
Box 157, Rt. 1 L GA. Ph. TR 4-4467 shows may be required to be entered in championships of the show.
a carcass contest, slaughtered and the
exhibitor paid on the basis of carcass
grade and prevailing price. To reward
excellence, sizeable pre-determined pre-
WAA miums may be awarded the champions
and lesser premiums may be awarded to
others on a per pound and carcass grade
basis.
Thus, all unfairness and criticism associated with fat steer auctions is avoided.
r '-L The competitive spirit will not be seriously lessened among exhibitors if premiums are awarded the champions in
an on-foot show. The competitive spirit
R oeo,~ iock of support will not be lessened between
delivered anywhere in Florida those who have been auction bidders
Call, Write or Wire: provided they receive adequate publicity
and recognition of their contributions by WELTY ... poses Windsweep's reserve Pat Hansel banquets, radio, TV, newspapers and champion Hereford female at JacksonRt. 3, Box 341 WA 8-7041 magazines. vile.
Arcadia, Fla.
I 76B The Florida Cattleman




Dixie
Polled
, ~. Hereford
Oak Association
Tuesday, JANUARY 12
1:00 P.M. Livestock Auditorium
VALDOSTA, GEORGIA
76
Polled 28 Herd Bull Prospects
Herefords
Selling 48 Foundation Females
All Polled Herefords selling in this January 12th sale are "officially gain evaluation tested and from nationally known blood lines." Official record will be announced at the sale ... your assurance is in each animal's performance test-proven assurance. This feeding program is carried out under the management of Jim Tom Day and all cattle will be officially weighed by County Agent George Kessler.
These
Polled Quality Consigned
Herefords
Havethe by GEORGE EAGER FARM ............ Valdosta, Ga.
Prove LONGVIEW FARM ................ Quitman, Ga.
r nThese ,. L. SHIVER FARM ................ Albany, Ga.
Ability to SINGLETARY FARM ................ Blakely, Ga.
Good YOUNG ACRES RANCH ...........Valdosta, Ga.
Gain JWet FULKERSO"DOUBLE TT" TURNER RANCH ..... Nashville, Ga.
COL. JEWETT FULKERSON Herds WAINER'S RIVER BOTTOM RANCH. .. Valdosta, Ga.
Liberty, Misouri AUCTIONEER
For Informantion or Catalog Write to
DIXIE POLLED HEREFORD ASS'N
H. Young Tillman, President
211 E. Force St., VALDOSTA, GA.
off 4 4 O,, t




REVOLUTIONARY 1rangus Breed compete more advantageously, cost-wja
REVOLUTONARYras Brwith other foods, which are continuall" DEVELOPMENT (Continued from page 29) shaving their production and proessihr
for RANCHERS and and breeding. Both sire and dam must costs.
be recorded in the Brangus Association. A parting thought: Some of our gah CATTLEMEN! All animals mustiberan the BranusAtested Brangus bulls are produc1
All animals must be branded on the calves which are gaining two pounds p,
body with a holding brand, and a herd head per day more on the same feed tan number. calves from other bulls. These same fa
All animals in the Association are in- calves r b e e saed spected before being recorded. A record- gaining calves are being slaughtered ans ing fee of $3.00 per head is charged, their carcasses thoroughly evaluated. ($6.00 to non-members). Can you afford to own a bull who pro.
duces calves which only gain 1.5 pound
~Yearly membership dues of $10.00 are
charged, per day in the feedlot, or would yw
Possibly it would be well to point out rather own a bull whose offspring ga that 1/2-blood is produced by Brahman 3.5 pounds per day in the feedlot? X Angus, 1/4-blood is produced by 1/2- Both types are available, but how d( blood X Angus, 3/4-blood is produced by you know which you are getting, if tle 1/2-blood X Brahman, Brangus is pro- bull you buy has not been gain tested? duced by 1/2-blood X 1/4-blood, and
Brangus is also produced by 3/4-blood X New Markets Sought Angus. ....
Therefore in sections of the country For Animal Tallow where there are already large numbers
of Angus cows, the easiest way to get THE VALUE of a well finished beef ani started breeding Brangus is by purchas- mal has declined about two dollars ove ing a 3/4-blood bull and breeding the the past few months because of a decline Angus cows. Bear in mind, regardless in the price of inedible tallow, R. J. Flea of which route you use to produce Bran- ing, President of the National Renderer VINCENT DEWATERING gus, once you have reached Brangus, Association, declared recently. It wa
PRESS FOR GREEN from that time on, use Brangus bulls on pointed out that a beef animal yields ap
Brangus heifers. proximately 100 pounds of tallow anr
FORAGE AND SILAGE Some of the big advantages of Bran- that the market decline of two cents Z
Cut handling & storage costs by 50% gus cattle are: pound for tallow indicates the loss. Mr
Write For Particulars Today (1) Anyone can get started on the Fleming stated that although $2 a head
DAN B. VINCENT, INC. ground floor of a rapidly expanding, new is small in proportion to the total valu
P. 0. Box 1521 D Tampa, Florida breed of cattle, of a beef animal, in aggregate it do
Manufacturers of Dehydrators and all types o (2) Brangus cattle have no horns, and represent a considerable loss to the cat
Evaporation Equipment are solid black. tle industry.
(3) Have great resistance to pink-eye. A number of projects were reported a
(4) Are extremely hardy, successful in promoting new uses for in
+ A d vertise + (5) Make fast gains on poor grades edible tallow, in addition to the develop
of feed. ment of foreign markets. New produ
(6) Extremely high dressing ability, using tallow include a type of plastic
(7) Have proven their ability to be that will bend without breaking at ten extremely adapted to both cold climates peratures as low as 50 degrees below LIVESTOCK SUPPLIES of North Canada and warm climates of zero. The new Plastic is derived froa
The Most Complete Stock in the South the Tropics. adding 35 percent animal fats to the plans.
(9) The mothers give plenty of rich tic base. ASTOCK PEST milk which makes rapid growth for the Other experiments in this field include
calves, animal feeding research. The Nationd
i v (10) Calves are 100-150 pounds heav- Renderers Association reports that the
lier at weaning than most other breeds, addition of fat to pig rations increase
"PAVIE 200 pounds heavier at maturity, the digestibility of the proteins in the
O 1O EST (11) Respond quickly to kind treat- feed as well as supplying essential energY,
*COST meant. Advantages were also seen in adding fat
ly$25.5 (12) Extremely hardy two-way breed to the rations of steers.
Ony with calves that will market as milk fat
calves at heavy weight and can be held Bar D Ranch Sold
The ALLEN GRAIN BUSTER over and fed out as steers at early age,
but a heavy weight. In Highlands County
* CRIMPS OATS (13) The Brangus Association is the
CRACKS CORN fastest growing cattle breeders association J. NEVILLE McARTHUR, Miami dairyman,
Every Breeder in the world today, has bought the 10,000 acre Bar D Ranch
Should Have One The Association office is: located in the in Highlands County. He plans to run
We have sold these Livestock Exchange Bldg., Kansas City, cattle on the land, which has three mild machines a!l over the Missouri. of Kissimmee River frontage and extend
United States. Scores
to breeding farms. Another program which the Interna- six miles along U.S. 98. Seaboard RailCarripd in %f, .k fnr tional Association highly recommends is way parallels the highway frontage immediate delivery.
Complete With Stand performance and gain testing, along with Former owners of the property are Mr less Motor carcass evaluation, and Mrs. M. C. Dopler.
$277.35 It is our aim to develop a breed of
With Motor $371.85 cattle which will produce beef more eco- SPOOK HIL in Lake Wales is being beaunomically, under a wider variety of tified. The FFA Chapter is cooperating
BREEDERS SUPPLY range and climatic conditions. By so do- with other local groups in improving the
ing, you can help to offset the higher landscape located around the famed & EQUIPMENT CO. cost of grazing land, enabling beef to tourist spot.
P. 0. BOX 1360 LEXINGTON, KY.
I 76D for January, 190




Fifth Annual
Charolais-Charbray Section
These five Charolais calves were recently sold to Reynolds Metals Company of Jarnaica and Richmond, Virginia, by DS Ranch of Clearwater, owned by D. A. and W. A. Salls.




Grand
VOS TO E Champion Bull
uAt Greater Jacksonville
Fair
Jumper 108
As a Commercial Cattleman...
YOU CAN'T AFFORD NOT TO USE A
CHAROLAIS OR CHARBRAY BULL!
If you want heavier calves at weaning timeIf you want more net dollars per head for your calvesIf you want good doing calves that will do the job for you-AND the feeder-AND will ultimately go to the packer at a higher dressing percentage-and then be on tomorrow's dinner table as CHOICE BEEFFor The Best In CHAROLAIS And CHARBRAY, Let Us Fill Your Needs During
The Coming Year.
DS RANCH
D. A. SALLS W. A. SALLS
D UR PHONE 34-8684 or 38-2103
BRAND CLEARWATER, FLORIDA
nnN- n 0 mHumbertoFH80 Weight 2760




Breeders of
Breeders of Presenting Our Charolais Herd Sires
Charolais Per Cent
Herd Charolais Grand
r Sire Blood Sire Sire
Palos 100% Wee (imported) Tizoc
Ugo 31/32 Ugolin (imported) Quetzel
Sir Andreau 63/64 Cotano Wee (imported)
(*) marks Eastern Duke Prince 63/64 Golden Duke Zoc
Uncle George 127/128 Tio Ciego (imported) Dante 82nd
Ass'n mem bers Arrogant Man 127/128 Alejo (imported) Dante 82nd
Part of our females are sired by the following IMPORTED Full Blood
AYAVALLA PLANTATION, P.O. Box 3166, Charolais Bulls:
Tallahassee, phone 3-4535. Ranch located on Lake Jackson via Old Bainbridge Road. John H. Phipps, owner, J. 0. Pons, manager. Herd JOLET TOBEAS SAMPSON PUEBLO DOMINGO
was established in 1936. (*)
BLUE BIRD RANCH, Route 2, Box 457, East JEFE WALHALLA WILD UNIQUE WOTAN
Bradenton, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Jennings, owners. ()
BOLCH, CARL, 3061 Kings Avenue, Jackson- "When Better Bloodlines Can Be Hadville 7. (C)
BRITT, T. MARK, P.O. Box 308, Winter Gar- We Will Add Them To Our Herd!"
den, phone OLympic 6-3083 (residence) or OLympic 6-1553 (office). Herd was established in 1954. (M
DS RANCH. 1515 Druid Road, Clearwater, phone A nice group of bulls and heifers to select from.
34-8684, W. A. and D. A. Salls, owners and managers. Ranch located on East Lake Road See our Angus and Charbray crosses-also Hereford-Charolais crosses.
east of Lake Tarpon. (*)
DOUGLAS, H. C. (See K Bar Ranch) EL MAXIMO RANCH, Frostproof. Lat Maxcy, owner, phone 2571 or 4571. (*)
FARMER, RUSSELL, Wauchula, phone PRospect 3-6891 (day) or PRospect 3-5051. (*) HART, T. C., Wauchula.
JENNINGS, MR. AND MRS. LAWRENCE (See Registered
Blue Bird Ranch)
K BAR RANCH, P.O. Box 577, Zephyrhills. I. A. Krusen, owner, H. C. Douglas, herds- Charolais and Charbray Cattle
man. Phone SU 2-4235 or SU 2-3641. This herd consists of more than a hundred Charolais of various degrees of breeding. Several sires P. 0. Box 590-Phone 6278
are in use in the herd with Nero 2d heading Breeding Charolais Since 1952
the bull battery. () QUITMAN GEORGIA
KEYS. CLYDE J., 20 Eleventh Street, South, St. Petersburg, phone 7-5119. (*) KRUSEN, I. A. & W. A. (See K Bar Ranch) LAND, MR. AND MRS. CLIFFORD C. (See L Bar Ranch)
LAZY W RANCH, 800-26th Avenue, North, St. Petersburg, phone 52-5241. Ranch located at Cross Bayou and 74th Avenue, North, Pinellas Park. Otto Weaver, owner. Herd, established in 1955, now consists of 20 females of breeding 100 CHAROLAIS AUCTION
B AR RANCH, Carrabelle, Phone Apalachicola OL 3-3822. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford C. Land, owners. Four registered Charolais bulls, bred
by L Bar, A. M. Askew and Ben Burnside, are
used on the herd. (*) MAXCY, L. (See El Maximo Ranch) NORRIS CATTLE COMPANY, Ocala. G. A. (During the Houston Fat Stock Show)
Furgason, general manager.
PERDUE ROY AND J. W., Alturas. (*) PHIPPS, JOHN H. (See Ayavalla Plantation) SALLS, D. A. AND W. A. (See DS Ranch) *
SUGARLAND RANCH (See U.S. Sugar Corp) SULLIVAN H. C. Box 186, Frostproof phone Presentn Another Askew Sale 3051. () eAew
UNITED STATES SUGAR CORP., Clewiston,FER IN G
phone YUkon 2-1501, Sidney L. Crochet, in OFFERING 60 READ
charge of cattle operations. Herd consists of approximately 30 purebred Charolais females o o n
and several hundred Charolais X Brahman 30 Females 30 Bulls
crossbred cattle recorded in the AICA Appendix, which serves as feeder line for upbreed- All bred heifers Breeding age
ing to purebred stature (31/32 or better). Also or calf at side Real herd sires
maintains a large commercial herd of several or at side thousand Brahman X European hybrids. (*) WEAVER, OTTO L. (See Lazy W Ranch) Sale Starts at I p.m.
At Askew's AA Ranch near Richmond, Texas.
Ranch telephone MO 2-2840
THIS IS THE BEST GROUP OF CHAROLAIS EVER
OFFERED AT ANY AUCTION
-ANDREW M. ASKEW
IERD SIRE . for H. C. Sullivan at P. 0. Box 22252 A A Phone MO 5-1540
Frostproof is this Charolais bull. HOUSTON 27, TEXAS
for January, 1960 79




Charolais And
Charbray Can
Make Your
Beef Raising
Job More
This French champion Charolais bull shows the size and quality that Profitable are exhibited in the Charolais breed. No other breed can compare --twith both the size and quality of Charolais and Charbray.
Practical experience in Florida and other states has proven that regardless of what breed you cross with Charolais and Char. bray, the product will be a superior calf from any given cow . a calf that will have more weight at weaning time and have the "bred-in" ability to continue to grow.
Contact these members for your Charolais
and Charbray needs
CARL BOLCH, 3061 KINGS AVE., JACKSONVILLE 7 MR. & MRS. C. C. LAND, STAR RT., CARRABELLE
T. MARK BRITT, P.O. BOX 308, WINTER GARDEN L. MAXCY, FROSTPROOF
BEN BURNSIDE, NEWELLTON, LA. BRYANT E. PEARCE, BOX 590, QUITMAN, GA.
U. S. SUGAR CORP., CLEWISTON J. 0. PONS, BOX 3166, TALLAHASSEE
H. C. DOUGLAS, ZEPHYRHILLS ROY & J. W. PERDUE ALTURAS
COLD SATURDAY FARM, FINKSBURG, MD. D. A. SALLS, 1515 DRUID RD., CLEARWATER
COLD SATURDAY FARM, FINKSBURG, MD.
WENDELL SALLS, BOX 1178, CLEARWATER RUSSELL FARMER, WAUCHULA
KERBY SAUNDERS, MENDHAM, N. J.
MRS. C. T. JENNINGS, 3460 FLAMINGO AVE., SARASOTA C. F. SHUPTRINE, P.O. BOX 689, SELMA, ALA.
C. F. SHUPTRINE, P.O. BOX 689, SELMA, ALA.
CLYDE J. KEYS, 20-11TH ST., S., ST. PETERSBURG H. C. SULLIVAN, BOX 186, FROSTPROOF
I. A. KRUSEN, ZEPHYRHILLS FRED W. TURNER ESTATE, WESLACO, TEXAS
W. A. KRUSEN, ZEPHYRHILLS OTTO WEAVER, 800-26TH AVE., N., ST. PETERSBURG
Plan to attend our first Charolais show at the Florida State Fair in Tampa, and our third annual show at Ocala.
EASTERN CHAROLAIS AND CHARBRAY
ASSOCIATION
H. C. Douglas, President, Zephyrhills, Florida Wendell Sails, Secretary, Box 1178, Clearwater, Florida




ability, quick maturing qualities and abilFlorid a ity to put on weight under all conditions, FOR LOANS ON..
all are contributing factors that have influenced the cattleman's selection of his
C~h arolais herd bulls. These characteristics are
prominent in all the purebred bulls bred GRS
up from the few basic purebred bulls imS i ported to this county in the early 1900's.
fank High Due to the small number of Charolais FARMS
cattle for a number of years preceding
the abrupt termination of importations
Interest in breed from Mexico, possessors of these huge, CATTL
white cattle quickly recognized their po-C cume early tentials and foresaw their multiple ad- RANCHES
vantages over other breeds. While breeding up the herds, using the Charolais on
all kinds of beef breeds for the crosses Of.
byEDNA McINTYRE in order to establish foundation stock, .k,-- 4 .1',fA,.
American International Charolais Ass'n the true performance tests results were
THE BREMDING of Charolais originally made by the crossbreds. Evaluation 00-00
started in Texas and Louisiana. How- tests on the crossbreds have revealed ever, some of the other states followed Charolais crossbreds easily average 2.6 ZUCKER *1
very shortly with some real competition, pounds to 2.9 pounds a day. This rate and Florida was one of them to start very of calf gain per day, under both normal RAN HAM inc.
quickly. growing and fattening or feeding condi- FARM LOAN DEPARTMENTC
Some of the original better known itions, is most important to the profits
herds were K Bar Ranch, Zephyrhills, of the calf crop. owned by I. A. Krusen, L Bar Ranch, The Charolais crossbred calves will 400 E. Central Ave. Orlando, Fla.
Carrabelle, owned by Clifford C. Land; dress out higher, with a lower percentage Phone GArden 4-7121
Norris Cattle Company, Ocala; Bryant of waste fat, since the fatty tissues are MINIMUM LOAN $10,000
E. Pearce, then at Fort Myers, U. S. evenly distributed throughout the lean or Terms as long as 20 years.
Sugar Corporation of Clewiston, and H. muscle tissues, rather than being wrapC. Sullivan of Frostproof. ped around the lean tissues, as is comAt the present time there are 24 mem- mon in British breeds. And as the ma- CHAROLAIS & CHARBRAY hers in Florida owning 106 purebred jority of the consuming public says, FROM ONE OF FLORIDA'S TOP HERDS
bulls, 101 purebred females, 569 cross- "The thick layer of fat has "got to go"- Good, Breeding Age Bulls and Heifers bred bulls, and 1390 crossbred females, and the sooner a beef breed presents for Sale at all Times.
all of which are registered and/or re- that "lean red meat" with "less fat", the SHELL CREEK RANCH corded in the A-I. C. A. We can surely better. Dr. E. J. Hall, Owner
say that Florida ranks among the five During the development of our pure- Star Route A, PUNTA GORDA, FLA.
top states now breeding Charolais. bred stock, the highly heritable characterWith the enthusiasm of the members istic ability to pass on the same desired of the Association and the interest of characteristic to the calves has been an gis d
prospective Charolais breeders, there is outstanding factor in selecting herd bulls. Regstere no longer a doubt as to the breed being Using a Charolais bull insured general bray
accepted as a competitive one prepared appearance and conformation to the pro- Charbray Cattle
to meet any challenge in the future. How- geny, therefore, this quality induced For Sale At All Times
ever, we cannot stress the need for pure- many cattlemen to start their herds on breds and breeding stock enough. The a one bull investment. This heritability U rine Cat e Co.
scarcity of purebred Charolais sires and of the growth gene of the Charolais de- Phone TRinity 4-6281, Selma, Alabama the increased trend o f crossbreeding serves the attention the commercial catthrough use of Charolais cattle, is an tlemen are giving it today. incentive for any breeder or commercial Bryant Pearce, of Fort Myers, with cattleman to change his ranch operations his ranch in Quitman, Georgia, still Cecil M. Yates, Sr. now and make Charolais his highly pro- boasts of his Charolais herd, which was Licensed and Bonded
fitable enterprise. founded in 1952. He says, "Charolais
Although records of the American- and their crossbreds give enough milk Livestock Broker
International Charolais Ass'n. reveal only to fatten off their weaned calves at 50 Will buy or sell livestock for you. 2087 registered purebred Charolais bulls, to 100 pounds more weight than other Phone TI 6-4911
2087 purebred registered females, 5251 herds." This is definitely an expression KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
crossbred recorded bulls and 18,253 cross- of hybrid vigor in this trait. bred recorded females, owned by 475 When breeding for a close, compact
members in 38 states and 7 foreign coun- animal, some breeders have learned that tries, the pedigree of each individual ani- they breed out a great deal of the milk Don't Miss An Issue!
mal is indicative of the strict program producing area and have to depend on One Year, $2.00; Two Years,
followed by the breeders in attaining that nurse cows to raise a good calf. And if $3.00; Four Years, $5.00 number. they breed for a more open cow and inThe scrupulous eyes of the first owners' crease her milk flow, they will have a The Florida Cattleman of Charolais laid the foundation for the much heavier and better grade calf at requirements of the Standard of Excel- weaning time. lence, which now guides the breeder in With that thought in mind, especially the evaluation of his cattle attaining in crossbreeding, they should market a "THE BEST FOR LESS"
Purebred status. Standards have re- steer one year old weighing from 1000 to Supporters of Florida Cattlemen gained the same when evaluating a 1200 pounds, which would give them a Poultrymen and Dairy Producers
Charolais bull. much earlier return on their capital inThe superior beef conformation, ideal vestment. WINN-DIXIE
breeding characteristics, climatic adapt- It has been proven that wherever there STORES, INC.
for January, 1960 81 General Offices: Jacksonville




.......is a demand for abundant meat produce, tion, it is easy for the Charolais breed to gain popularity and create a demand. Scientists of beef breeding research are so i ? 1 1f/ making known the fact that they are F
searching for the "meat type" animal. This search must and will be conducted Use
with all consideration for economy, rate of gain, as well as for vigor, fertility and HEIXACHLORETHANE all the other problems of beef cattle From a practical standpoint, drenching is the on breeding. present control for liver flukes. Hexachlorethane
used at regular intervals, in the quantities recm
Behind each move there is a revelation mended, is recognized as the standard product In that the packers and research men are Florida. seeking animals that will yield a carcass ALSO
with a higher percentage of favorite cuts, and quite likely, our breed will contribute to the one "ideal type" that will win out L M I
to supply that need. Certainly, the Charolais and its crossbreds have all the desirable qualities that are eminent in this PHENO COBALT
search, and
PHENOTHIAZINE 121
To Cross or Not
To Cross Is Title
MRS. EDNA MCINTYRE of American- International Charolais Association points out that "To Cross or Not to Cross' is I would like to take this opportunity to the title of a review by Steward H. PHENO-MINERAL
thank each and every one of you for the Fowler of Louisiana State University, and
wonderful reception you have given me which appeared in a recent issue of the ARSENATE PHENO-MINERAL
during the past year. It has been a real National Livestock Producer. pleasure working with a group of people She says the article pointed out valu- For Prices, Contact Your Dealer or
like you, who are so dedicated to the beef able information derived from an exten- Florida Chemical Industries, Inc. cattle industry. sive beef cattle breeding project which P. 0. Box 274, Phone FRanklin 2-2138
was designed to furnish information on Gainesville, Florida
As a new year dawns, and your sale the extent of hybrid vigor and to provide ... .......
needs increase, I hope you will put my knowledge as to the best means of carry- Charolais & Charbray
Purebred Sales Management Service to ing out a crossing program. Ayavalla bulls average daly
work for you. I also handle buying and The experiment included the formation gain on performance feeding
selling arrangements with both purebred of six 32-cow herds, each herd containing tests at Brooksville for first
and commercial cattle. Ring service, eight Angus, eight Brahman, eight Bran- 56 days was 3.8 pounds per
gus, and eight Hereford cows. She says day gain per bull.
the herds were mated to bulls of six Ayavalla Plantation
different breeds, including Charolais. Box 3166 Jack Pons, Manager Phone 3-4535 Plans are being made to hold Results of the first phase, according to TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA
Mrs. McIntyre, were: "Charolais and
an All-Breeds Graded Bull Hereford bulls sired calves that were
Sale at Kissimmee in mid- considerably heavier at weaning time; Contact us for
Charolais bulls crossed with Brahman CHAROLAIS bred CATTLE
February. and Brangus cows yielded the heaviest
calves at weaning time; T. M. BRITT
"Charolais and Shorthorn bulls sired Phone OLympic 6-3083 (residence)
Deadline for entries is January 5. Bulls calves that gained the fastest on feed; or OLympic 6-1553 (office)
must be 24 months old by sale date. Out Charolais-sired calves were heaviest on Box 308, Winter Garden, Florida of state entries are invited. If interested, total weight per day at age of slaughter contact me now! time; and Charolais bulls sired steers
producing the largest area of rib-eye SEND THE CATTLEMAN AS A GIFT! muscle (9.27 square inches) indicating One Year $2; Two Years $3; Four Years these steers can hang up top-grade car- $5. Box 891, Kissimmee. Your inquiries are invited. casses which give more emphasis to lean meat development and cutability in beef cattle."
Contact: Registered
No FLORIDA plants participated in conG ary N. Brow n tracts let recently by USDA for 630,000
G ary N .pounds of frozen ground beef for school 6rO
lunch programs.
PHONE TI 7-2206 Lowest bid (November 4) was 37, 632 CATTLE
108 Poinciana Circle per pound at the plant of R. O'Brien and
Sons, Chicago, Illinois, for 84,000 pounds. LAZY W RANCH
Kissimmee, Florida Highest was 41.95 cents for 21,000
pounds purchased from a Cambridge, OTTO WEAVER, Owner
Massachusetts, packing firm. Phone 52-5241, 800 26 Avenue North
ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA
82 The Florida Cattleman




.... Charbray
17. 2, Add Quality
And Weaning
-Weights To
~Your Calf
BRYANT PEARCE . of Quitman, Georgia is the owner of these Charbray
bulls. Crop.
SIR NATHANIEL-One of our senior
Charolais to herd sires.
Sell in Houston
See us for your Charbray foundation stock: top quality and all recorded with the UPWARDS OF 50 head of Charolais cattle American Charbray Breeders Association.
will be sold at auction during the annual American-International Charolais Association sale slated to be be held on Feb- We always have a good selection of heifers for sale, as well as a ruary 24, in conjunction with the Hous- nice group of young bulls to choose from.
ton Fat Stock Show slated for Houston, Texas.
The 1960 edition of the sale is set at
2:00 p.m. in the Sam Houston Coliseum sale arena.
Association officials report that the
1959 sale was one of the best Charolais BOX 186, TELEPHONE 3051
sales in the history of the association and smashed all records for that breed in a FR0STPRO0F, FLORIDA
Houston sale. Last year's event saw 37 head sell for $75,450 as buyers from throughout the nation paid good prices. A Brand New Livestock Book
The 25 bulls in the sale averaged $1832, A "
while 12 females averaged $2316, for an "HOW TO MAKE MONEY FEEDING CATTLE"
overall sale average of $2470. by L. H. Simerl & Bruce Russell
Dean Emeritus W. L. Spangel of Texas PRACTICAL AND AUTHENTIC, this book is written specifically to help you make more
Tech, Lubbock, Texas, will judge Charo- money feeding cattle-whether you're an "old hand" at the business or just a
lais animals entered in the Houston Fat beginner. This 160-page book is devoted exclusively to the problems of the
Stock Show starting at 10:00 a.m. on the cattle feeder and how to solve them profitably. Order your copy nowi Our
same day as the sale. order number 24, $2.50 per copy, plus 8 cents sales tax in Florida.
The Cattleman Press
Beef Cattle Exported Box 891, Kissimmee, Florida
FROM JANUARY to June, 1959, U.S. exports of beef breeding cattle totaled 9471 head, an increase of 56 percent over the A
Shipments made during the last half of L R A N C
1959, however, were 23 percent less than CATTLEHome and
during the first six months. Brahmans accounted for 60 percent of the January- Charbray Cattle
June 1959 21 percent were Herefords, is preferred
eight percent Santa Gertrudis, and Charo- FOR SALE
lais and Aberdeen-Angus were about three colltera
percent each. claea
3/4 and 7/8 weaned heifers
USDA REPORTS that a 112-day test in with us 15/16 to 31/32 Charolais heifers
fattening yearling steers by the Texas from 8 mos. to two years old.
Experiment Station shows that the cost of gain was increased in feeding com- Bulls-3/4 to Purebred
Pletely pelleted rations as compared THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK All heifers and bulls calfhood vaccinated
with partially pelleted rations. The cost ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA of gain was also increased in self-feed- CENTRAL AT 4th MEMBER OF FDC Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Land
Ing the completely pelleted rations as Phone OL 3-3822 Apalachicola
COmpared with hand-feeding because of J. H. Logan, Manager CARRABELLE FLORIDA
the larger amount of feed required per hundredweight of gain. Farm & Livestock Dept. American International Charolais Ass'n
American Charbray Breeders Ass'n
Eastern Charolais & Charbray Ass'n
for January, 1960 83 __________________ _________________




ROBBINS WOOD says: Charolais Show
Results Given for *
Jax, Brooksville
CHAROLAIS WINNERS at Hernando County Fair, Brooksville, and the Greater Jacksonville Fair-listed in order by classes, / with number of entries in parenthesesS were as follows:
Brooksville
Aged bulls-(1): Sir Theodore 401, DS Ranch, CHAMPION . Charolais bull at Jack. SClearwater; Junior yearling bulls-(4): Sir Otto sonville was exhibited by DS Rank (grand champion), Lazy W. Ranch, St. Peters- sonville was exhibited by DS Ranch, burg; Jumper 108 (reserve grand champion), DS; shown here with Don Klontz at the Titus 91, DS; Winter bull calves-(3): Tous- halter.
saint, Lazy W; Mr. Theodore DS 173, DS; Mr.
Theodore DS 167, DS; Junior bull calves-(3): Lafayette, Lazy W; Mr. Theodore DS 184, DS; Theodore DS 178, DS; Miss Theodore DS 180, Mr. Theodore DS 182, DS; Three bulls-(3): DS; Lazy W; DS; DS; Two bulls-(3): Lazy W; droup winners were: Get of sire-(3): Lazy Wi
DS; DS; DS; DS; Pair of calves -(6): Lazy W; Lazy
Aged cows-(1): Angelle (reserve grand champ- W; DS; DS; ion), Lazy W; Junior yearling heifers-(3): Fran- Jacksonville
coise (grand champion), Lazy W; Miss Theo- Aged bulls-(1) Tomas M382, K-Bar Rancl dore DS 104, DS; Corbata 98, DS; Winter heifer Zephyrhills; Two-year-old bulls- (1): Mr. Pasc calves-(3): Louisette, Lazy W; Colette, Lazy 785, K-Bar; Junior yearling bulls-(4): Jumper W Mss) Theodore DSor92,)SJunor heier 785 K-Bar; Jnioryearlig bus- 4)Juper W; Miss Theodore DS 192, D S;Junior heifsr 108 (grand champion), W. A. Salls DS Ranch;
calves-(4): Miss Theodore DS 176, DS; Miss Clearwater; Mr. Pasco 889 (reserve champion), K-Bar; Sir Otto, Otto L. Weaver, St. Petersburg; Summer yearling bulls- (4): Mr. Pasco 0857, K-Bar; Toussains, Weaver; Mr. Theodore DS173, D. A. Salls, DS Ranch; Junior bullsso (3): Mr. Thodore DS184, W. A. Salls; Mr. Theodore DS 182, W. A. Salls; Layfayette, Weaver; IIIIM Two-year-old heifers- (2): Miss Pasco 704
(grand champion), K-Bar; Angelle (reserve champion), Weaver; Senior yearling heifers-(4): Francoise, Weaver; Miss Pasco 843, K-Bar; Miss Theodore DS124, D. A. Salls; Summer yearling heifers-(4): Miss Theodore DS192, W. A. Salls; PRESSURE TREATED Colette, Weaver; Louisette, Weaver; Junior heifer
S calves-(5): Miss Pasco 912, K-Bar; Miss Theoe.
dore DS199, W. A. Salls; Miss Theodore DS188, LUM BER W. A. Sails;
Get of sire-(5): get of Sir Theodore 401, W. Lifetime Protection A. Sails; Weaver; Sir Don, Weaver
Against Termites, Charolais Association
Dry Rot and Decay K BAR RANCH . exhibited the grand Holds
champion Charolais female at Jackson- Ho lds Jud going School
* Corrals Fence Posts ville, shown here with Banner McCowen. Louis GILBREATH, Ocala, and Dr. W. G
* Barns Feed Bunkers Kirk, Ona Range Cattle Station, were
SAny Structure among the 14 judges who attended the
- American-International Charolais Association's first judging school.
ROBBINSMFG. CO. The school was held during the PanTampa Orlando ..American Livestock Exposition at DalPHONE TAMPA WE 4-6151 las in October and was conducted by
:_Emil Maurice, president of the Char
SELL AT WAUCHULA olais Association in France. Presidents
SELL AT WAUCHULA! of Charolais Associations from Mexico,
Auction Every ThursdayCanada and the United States assisted.
Auction Every Thursday
HARDEE COUNTY Meat Output Highest
Livestock Auction Market RESERVE . champion bull at Jack- Since Late 1956
RUSSELL FARMER, Manager sonville was also shown by K Bar, shown
here with H. C. Douglas. AN ESTIMATED 480 million pounds 0of
AM meat were produced under federal in
*dv rt s* *spection for the week ended December 5.
+ A dvertise! -This was 24 percent above the 388 milSAe + lion pounds produced the previous week,
11 percent above the same week a year ago, and is estimated to be the largest Auctioneer since the week ending December 8, 1956.
More specifically, cattle slaughter durRobert D. ing the week ended December 5 is estimated at 370,000 head, calf slaughter a COOPER 115,000, hogs at 1,675,000 and sheep and
Florida'sI a d i n g lambs at 300,000 head.
purebred and commercial auctioneer . .
Phone ELgin 5-5340 HUMANE SLAUGHTERING won "seals of
SARASOTA, FLA. LAZY W RANCH . had the reserve approval" for forty meat packers in 1959,
LET US HAUL' YOUR CATTLE . 40 foot semi- champion Charolais female at the Jack- reports the American Humane Associatrailers, single and double decked. Fast service, sonville show. tion, which made the awards.
just phone us. i 84 The Florida Cattleman




Charbray Try this new Hybrid Forage Grass
Are Fast
Gainers
Strong points of
breed cited
by MRS. QUINTA ARRIGO
Sec'y American Charbray Breeders Ass'n
THE CATTLE feeder today has to extract every ounce of beef out of the feed he Shoulder in 49
gives his steers. The profit conscious this field made 4 tons of
cattleman wants animals that produce more pounds of beef-heavier, faster gain- hay per acre on 1st cutting!
ing, more efficient feeding calves-animals that will convert any kind of feed into red meat.
Charbray cattle have a strong inherited Produce low-cost livestock feed, rich in protein
prepotency for producing fast-gaining and Vitamin A, ideal for grazing, hay or ensilage
heavier weighing cattle-a dividends returning asset in any crossbreeding pro- High feed value, palatable and gram. They put on beef at an amazing nutritious
sion efficiency. Having better legs, Char- Vitamino 14% protein, 150,000 Units of brays get around over rough range country more easily and convert poorer pas- Good sugar content, all livestock like it lures into high grade beef. Growers report cheap beef gains, high
The rapid growth characteristics of milk production
Charbray cattle are having a tremendous No bloat reports after 3 years of influence on the beef industry of this grazing
country, and with the increasing national Perennial type plant, easy to grow, trend toward performance testing for drouth resistant GRAZING REPORTS show low-cost beef gains, infast, economical gains, with the trend creased milk production for dairy cattle, seasonal
moving strongly toward meat type cattle, Growers say-"Best capacity of 2 to 5 head per acre. Yearlings gained
over 2 lbs. per head per day without supplement Charbray breeders in the southeastern forage crop we've ever in many tests. Sheep, horses, hogs and goats like
United States are looking to the future it and do well on it, producers say.
tried, beats anything!"
This new high-production strain of Sorghum Almum Grass was introduced from Australia just a few years ago. In the last two years, stockmen in every part of the nation have tried it with outstanding success. Plantings on both irrigated and dry land show high production on many different types of soils, from +clay to blow sand, under a wide variety of growing conditions.
Grows from 5 to 14 feet tall. Leaves are broad, shiny-green, rich in vitamins. At proper cutting time, stalks are succu- PALATABILITY TESTS in Colorado show cattle and lent, tender and sweet. Makes an ideal calIves often prefer Sorghum Grass hay to good forage that all livestock like. Yields heavy alfalfa. Equally good for feed when green tonnage -up to 30 tons or more of en- chopped, dehydrated and pelleted, or dried in
silage, 8 to 12 tons of hay per acre are bundles. Dry winter stalks test up to 9% sugar, reported. make ideal roughage for mother cows or yearlings.
Hundreds of enthusiastic letters from "Most promising new crop
Florida to Oregon, New York to California say-"Everything you said it was," to reach the U.S. since alfalfa," "It's the coming hay in our part of the Stockmen declare. country," "Beats anything we've ever tried," "Best pasture I've ever seen," "In- Find out for yourself how this new creased both our milk production and forage grass can fit into your livestock
cream test," "Cattle go for it like kids program on your own farm or ranch. eat candy." Takes only 1 / to 4 lbs. of seed per acre,
produces tons of feed. Many reports of YOUNG CHAROLAIS.. calves posing ORDER NOW FOR SPRING PLANTING good crops "where nothing else would
On good pasture make a good Florida grow." Don't delay, order your seed now!
;ene. These animals are owned by Special 5-Acre Test Offer, with Grower's Bulletin
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Jennings' Blue (10 lbs.) Postpaid in U. S .......................... $12.95 ORDER DIRECT FROMBird Ranch, located near Bradenton. Stockman's 12-Acre Grazing Test, with Grower's WMEXI S e
Bulletin (25 lbs.), Postpaid ............ $29.95 NE CO FARMS
(Prices subject to change without notice.) P. 0. Box 1005-Clovis, New Mexico
for January, 1960 85




with confidence.
L. P. Hill of Lake City, believes that
Charbray are by far the fastest growing HOW to Find Charolais Herds
cattle of any that he has ever used.
For the past four years Hill has been raising this big, rugged white breed. For a period of 15 years prior to that time, he had raised other breeds. "I have no trouble with these cattle from disease, ,A
nor any trouble at birth. My calves al- ACSNIL
ways grow uniform and wean at 500-600 pounds on pasture. Since beginning with a Charbray herd," Hill added, "they have outgrown all other breeds I have previously experienced. I think this breed of cattle is the most suitable yet for our climate in Florida."
The proof of the pudding is in the eating-Charbray cattle have proven themselves declares Bryant E. Pearce of Quitman, Georgia:
"Two years ago at our new location in Quitman where other straight breeds were popular, we originally did not re- ,03 ;105
ceive much encouragement, but Charbray f---21
cattle have indeed proven themselves." Each dot on the map indicates the TAPA
The round grassy patch of shade under approximate location of the adver- a .11o
tiser's farm or ranch. The number / .110
the big old spreading oak tree at Pearce's next to the dot identifies the adplace is as busy as Grand Central Station vertiser.
on Saturday afternoon. People come to Map number Advertising
see the big, rugged, silvery white cattle. and breeder is on page
Pearce has spent seven and a half 101 Ayavalla Plantation ........ 82 o109
102 T. M. Britt ................. 82
years upgrading his herd and feels that 103 DS Ranch .................. 78
the time, effort and money spent has pro- 104 Hardee Market ............. 84
duced excellent results. Bloodlines in the 105 K Bar Ranch ............... 88
Pearce's breeding herd stem from blood- 106 L Bar Ranch ................ 83
lines like Jolet, Tobeas, Wild, Sampson, 107 Lazy W Ranch .............. 82
Pueblo, Domingo, Jeff, Unique and Wal- 108 Latt Maxcy ................ 87
halla. 109 Shell Creek Ranch .......... 81
Pearce says he keeps his young Char- 110 H. C. Su!livan ............. 83 M.Abray bulls sold ahead of breeding age in 12 of the eastern and southern states. His neighbors are buying his bulls too.
Having just returned from the Georgia Livestock Tour of South American countries, Pearce reports a great deal of interest in Charbray cattle.
"Wherever we follow up our bull sales" Pearce said, "We hear enthusiastic and gratifying reports on the calves from these bulls. All our purchasers are very well pleased with faster growing, heavier bulls at the Florida State Rate of Gains some prejudice, and recently sold a midcalves. We feel as though we are render- Test in 1958 which averaged 3.3 lbs. per west experiment station 25 commercal ing a real service." day, outgaining other breeds. They were heifers for experimental purposes.
John H. Phipps of Ayavalla Planta- fed a growing ration for 140 days. A steadily growing number of breede
tion at Tallahassee, had four Charbray "Charbray cattle" states Phipps "not are increasing the ability of their ani
only have the facility of making rapid to make more economical use of feed b
gains on grass pasture and the ability converting it into more flesh at a faster
to finish in the feedlot, but Charbray rate of speed by using a Charbray bul
bulls will produce like gains on their with their cow herd.
progeny no matter what breed they are crossed with." IN 1950, the year the first REA teleI. A. Krusen of K Bar Ranch, Zephyr- phone loan was approved, 18 percent 0f
hills, who is an enthusiastic advocate of Florida farms had telephones. By th Charbray to produce fast growing com- end of June, 1958, it was estimated tha
mercial cattle, reports an increasing in- 35,000 farms, or 56 percent of all farms terest among Latin American buyers. in the state, had telephone service. And, Cattle from K Bar Ranch have recently by July 1, 1959, REA had approved a
been shipped to Honduras, British Hon- total of $13,215,000 in loans to seven
duras, and Guatemala. borrowers in Florida-all commercial
C. F. Shuptrine of Selma, Alabama, companies.
who has been exhibiting Charbray in Alabama and Mississippi for the past few APPLICATION FOR foundation animals hay
DELPHINE . is the name of this years, moved into the Nashville, Ten- increased considerably during the pas
champion Charolais female, pictured in nessee area this year. Shuptrine reports year, according to Mrs. Edna McIntyre
France. Her weight was 2300 pounds
at the time this picture was taken, steadily increasing interest in the breed recording secretary of American-Interin an area where there was originally national Charolais Association.
86 The Florida Cattleman




"CATTLEMEN'S KIND"
Charbray Bulls Produce More
Beef at Less Cost to You!
We have 15 to 20 three-fourths and seven-eighths be ready for heavy service this spring. Come by Charbray bulls for sale at this time. These bulls or call us at any time and let us show you what have not been pampered, however they are Charolais and Charbrays have done for us rugged, big boned, and fleshy animals that will and can do for you.
EL MAXIMO RANCH
Lat Maxcy, Owner Phone 2571, 4571
Frostproof, Florida
RANCH LOCATED 30 MILES EAST ON STATE ROAD 60
CHAROLAIS SALE
2 P.M.
Feb.24 1960
offeri
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G'HAROLA IS at
Show
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Grand Champion im Charolais Female
And Reserve Grand Champion Charolais Bull at the Greater Jacksonville Fair
MISS PASCO 704, Grand Champion Charolais female at the Greater Jacksonville fair in 1959.
- When Animals Like These Are Crossed
With Brahman Cattle, They Produce Offspring Like The Ones Shown Below,
OUR SHOW HERD OF EIGHT ANIMALS AT JACK. SONVILLE WON ONE GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP, ONE RESERVE CHAMPIONSHIP, THREE FIRST PLACES, TWO SECOND PLACES, AND ONE FOURTH PLACE.
MR. PASCO 889, Reserve Grand Champion Charolois bull at the Greater Jacksonville Fair 1959. See our K Bar cattle at the Ocala and Tampa shows.
The animals pictured above are part of our Charbray show string. They averaged 1521 pounds of weight at 27 months of age-gaining 1.78 pounds a day from birth. These are the kind of cattle that will put size, bone and scale
in your commercial operation.
K BAR RANCH
I. A. Krusen H. C. Douglas
Phone SU 2-4235 B. McCowen, Herdsman-Always at the ranch Phone SU 2-3641
ZEPHYRHILLS Ranch located 8 miles SW of Zephyrhills on Morris Bridge Road. FLORIDA




Koger is Against
(Continued from page 27A)
ducers have had the experience that the more they "improve" their herds by the use of "good" purebred bulls, the lower the weaning weights of their calves.
Shows promote holding on to some antiquated standards and methods. This resistance to change hinders progress, delays corrections of faults, slows down changes that need to be made in keeping with changing conditions and production practices. It results in many breeders and judges agitating against progressive moves such as production testing.
Is it not significant that in poultry, where such marked progress has been made in recent years, shows have been abandoned altogether, and improvement based on performance and breeding ability iather than on appearance? Showring standards encourage all breeders to select for the same kind of Y
cattle. This is not in the best interests of commercial breeders who need vary- -ing types of cattle depending on type --:-,---.
of operation and environment. Show
standards attempt to pour all animals into the same mold, while experience
throughout agriculture and scientific knowledge of genetics both have proven PERTHONIAN 3rd CALVES
that this approach to animal breeding is fundamentally wrong. We need different SHOW FINE PROM ISE
types of animals to suit different conditions, market requirements and production practices. The calf pictured above clearly indicates the
Shows and breed association sales promotional programs should be replaced with forward-looking educational pro- outstanding breeding of one of our young sires,
grams-and exhibits designed to increase efficiency in production of meat and meat Perthonian 3rd, the third son of Imp. Prince 2d
products of improved nutritional quality and consumer acceptability. Continuation of Rowley. The good head, excellent conformation
of shows in their present form may result in the death of the purebred cattle in- and bone in this calf is positive proof of this
dustry as it now exists. Commercial producers will be forced to turn to producing 100% Scotch bred bull.
their own breeding stock, which will be selected on the basis of their ability to do the job required of them, rather than buy from purebred breeders who select RD ANNUAL 4-H, FFA
on an artificial show standard which has little or no relationship to utility. 3Feeder Calf Sale will be held at Dundee
The above is not to say that there is
no place for an occasional show, properly Ranch the last of March or the first part of April.
staged and evaluated in light of its true contribution to breed improvement, or Watch for dates.
that there should be no visual appraisal of cattle. Breeders must of necessity depend on visual means of evaluating certain characteristics. It is high time, It Pays To Keep Your Eyes On...
however that breeders be informed as to the net effect of shows as they are presently conducted and what cannot be accomplished by visual appraisal alone.
It is the rightful function of the animal husbandry departments of our landgrant institutions to provide research information on animal breeding and improvement, and to pass the information .
on to students and breeders in such a RA N C
manner as to encourage sound standards and breeding practices. If this is done
it should help to reduce the colossal lake Fern Road 9 Box 203 0 Lutz, Florida o Ph. Tampa, WEbster 9-5201
waste of time and energy that has been RALPH J. and GWEN CORDINER, Own-,, 0 CHAS. MOORE, Mg,.
expended in over-emphasis of shows.
for January, 1960 89 Certified T.B. and Bang's Tested Herd




FEED Mill
Designed
For Future
- Raynagna capacity
GRAIN DRYER ... reduces moisture is 33,000 b s es450-BUSHEL TRUCK .. dumps grain
in corn for safe storage. Note the six-b sh l into a floor auger recessed beneath a
way valve at top of elevator, controlled through grate in the feed processing
from floor level. WITH A TOTAL capacity of 33,000 bushels building.
I I'MOf grain, the new storage plant and feed mill at Raynaaua Farm was built with a look into the future. Crawford Rainwater, who with his wife Betty, owns Raynagua, said the whole setup was laid out with the idea of feeding as much home-grown grain as possible to their own livestock.
"In laying out the feed mill it was impossible to build it in steps, therefore we r had to look many years ahead and dewater said.
In describing these "ultimate needs,"he said they plan to have at least 200-300 MAIN AUGER . distributes g itred Angus cows on the ranch when HANDLING CONTROLS ...operpicked up from bins by side augers roil- they reach full production. ator meters crimped oats, cracked corn
ing on overhead track. They are mov- "It will take us several years to reach and protein supplement into hopper to
able by cable hoists. these numbers since we plan to raise the be roiled to the mixer.
majority of our females on a production and performance testing basis," he ex" plained.
The grain storage area is divided into four separate bins. Each bin is equipped with air circulation to condition the grain
- after it has been stored. The bins can
be varied in size with little trouble if this becomes necessary.
The entire mill is under one roof along with a dryer, which the owner feels is a necessity because of the 60 inches average annual rainfall.
- Since the plant was built with a longwig look ahead-and despite the fact that its ultimate purpose is to feed only Ray40x80 FOOT QUONSET .. is used for nagua cattle-the arrangement is such LOADING TRUCKS ..is easy in this
grain storage, with a 40 x 40 foot rigid that feed can be sold to others now and area. A discharge spout emits feed from frame stran steel building nearby for extra feed can be bought if it becomes reversible auger between storage mill
feed processing necessary, and processing plant.
Rainwater said in laying out the plant his ideas were:
"To be able to gather our crops under almost any type of weather conditions; to dry grain when necessary and store it with a minimum amount of effort; to keep grain in storage with a minimum of deterioration-so it maintains its quality; and to process our grain and feed it back
- to the livestock with the greatest efficiency of operation and the least amount of effort."
The Angus breeder said he also plans to build a steer feeding operation along these lines on a smaller scale at CONTROL CENTER .. is manned by some future date. SURPLUS GRAIN . is loaded onl
E. J. Gibbs, manager. Whole grain is Raynagua Farms is located northwest truck for delivery to nearby ranch. Irlrolled, delivered to the elevator and sent of Pensacola, on U.S. Highway 29. The creasing herd to consume entire produCto proper storage bin, ranch manager is E. J. Gibbs. tion is Raynagun. aim.
90 -The Florida Cattleman




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AGO L TE S LE ENTALi~E EN C O~A He X.CEL Experience of Florida cattlemen year after year, proves that winter feeding of X-CEL Cattle Pellets is the best way to supplement winter protein and hold summer weight gains. That's why so many cattlemen all over the state use the X-CEL feeding program to deliver the old one-two punch that knocks down winter weight losses. X-CEL Cattle Pellets and X-CEL Vit-L-Tone, fed regularly, help "knock out" winter's critical nutritional problem, keep summer weight gains intact. X-CEL Cattle Pellets, fed NOW at the rate of only a handful a day will pay off for you in summer profits by stopping costly winter weight losses. X-CEL Cattle Pellets enable your herd to hold summer gains and F NEE-JDS condition and start new gains quickly on spring grass. An economical source of balanced protein supplementation, they fit easily into your feeding program and help provide better utilization of all forage. EU' VIT-L-TONE The best mineral supplement for Florida range. High in phosphorus, X-CEL VIT-L-TONE is fortified with the vitamins, minerals and trace elements needed to supplement critical winter pasture deficiencies. Highly palatable to your herd, VIT-L-TONE insures sufficient mineral intake to keep cattle in top winter condition, and help them get the most out of your supplemental feeding. THERE'S A PROFIT-PROVED X-CEL RANGE PROGRAM TO FILL YOUR NEEDS-SEE YOUR X-CEL MAN, OR WRITE TODAY TENNESSEE BASIC SLAG.VIKING SHIP BRAND CALCIUM NITRATE

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FCA Reports. THE BIG NEWS from the Florida Cattlemen's Association is the effort being made by the Executive Committee to find a suitable full-time executive worker to serve both the Florida Beef Council and the Association. IOTHING CAN BE ANNOUNCED, however, at this time, except that several applicants have been interviewed, and every effort is being made to secure a good man as soon as possible. After the Executive Committee has agreed on an individual, and that individual has agreed to accept the job, the name will be presented to the Board of Directors for their approval. COMPANION MATTER-the combining of the Florida Beef Council and Florida Cattlemen's Association budgets-will also come before the Board of Directors at the same meeting. This was voted at the Ocala Convention, as a means of simplifying the work of the new executive employee (see editorial on page 122). This does not actually change anything except the mechanics of bookkeeping, as the beef promotion money (secured from the 10 cent per head contributions) will all be spent on beef promotion, though expended through the FCA treasurer rather than out of a separate account. ASSOCIATION OFFICERS have spent much time at meetings of the Executive Committee. But President J. 0. Pearce, Jr., has found time to attend a meeting in Sarasota, one in Moore Eaver,and one in his home county of Okeechobee. A three-way conflict (with prior commitment at Moore Haven) on December 5th made it impossible for him to attend the Eighlards meeting at Sebring, or the Cracker Day at Bunnell, both on the same day. BEEF COUNCIL-Glenn Woodward has been added to the Beef Council representing the retail meat outlets. He works for Wirn-Dixie. Elliott Whitehurst, Jr., Ned Folks and Marvin Kahn have all been appointed as members of the Council, representing the cattle industry. Ledley Wear of Lakeland remains as chairman, and George Young of Belle Glade as vice chairman. CLOSER RELATIONS with the dairymen is expected through the anointment of a joint committee by the Association and the Florida Dairy Farmers Federation. Marvin Kahn of Sebring and L. H. "Buck" Hawkins of Sarasota will represent FCA, while Bill Graham of Hialeah and John Johnston of Kissimmee will be the FDFF representatives. Many mutual problems involve both industries and can be handled by this joint committee. NEW COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS have been made by President Peace, in addition to those named above, and can be found elsewhere in this issue. NATIONALLY, work progresses on the effort to secure an "averaging" of income taxes for agricultu-al folks. Fluctuating incomes put ranchers and other farmers at a disadvantage, as they may pay a high rate one year, have no income at all, or a loss, the next year. Due to cyclic features, the National Livestock Tax Committee (see article on page 22) is seeking a nine-year averaging provision. ODDS AND ENDS-Quarterly "cattle on feed' report for southeastern states, including Florida, will start January 1 ... Present price slump is attributed to holidays, end of stocker market, primarily ...Imports of "manufacturing meat," mostly lower grades, is also hurting Florida market for these grades ..BEST WISHES FROM FCA FOR A FROSPEROUS 1960! for January, 1960 FLORIDA CATTLEMEN'S ASSOCIATION President J. 0. Pearce, Jr., Okeechobee First Vice President louis ilbreatli, Ocala Second Vice Presidents Lto Trner, Sarasotai A G Cayson, I'llountslown Secretary JUnor (onn, Kissimimee Treasurer R. El1o Griffin, Kissiinee Honorary Directors I. A. Landru,"i rosville A C. Wright, Arcadlia Wight Carlton, Fort Pierce C lumbus Fulford, Okeechobee R? Iloerts Ininkalee S. A Snvder, St. AuguStine W. F Tilton, San Mateo '1 1t. Henfirv. TFanipa W. Henry Folks, Dunnellon Past Presidents CH. P'rather, Kissininiee P1'. W~illijams, p avenport trlo Btronson, Kissimmnee oof I nshorn S. taeliuh Or"Ela an Hill Griffin, Jr., Frostproii Jlv 13. Starkey, St. Petersburg II I Aldlermnan, (3randin 1. 0 1 ceare,' Jr., Okeerhohee Alto Ailne, Jr., Fort lierec Local Associations Alachua Baker Bradford Brevard Broward Central Florida (Lake and Orange) Charlotte Citrus Clay Collier Columbia Dade DeSoto Flagler Gilchrist Glades Hardee Hendry Hernando Highlands Hillsborough Indian River Lafayette Lee Leon Manatee Marion Martin Nassau Okeechobee Osceola Palm Beach Pasco Pinellas Polk Putnam Saint Johns Saint Lucie Sarasota Seminole Sumter Volusia Washington West Florida (Bay, Calhoun, Franklin, Gulf, Libertyv) 3

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JANUARY in. 8-Fla Angus Bull Ss. Belle Glade J. 7-Pleasant Point Sale. Beaufort, S. C. an. 9-Santa Fe Sunshine P.H. Sale. ..Alachua iJan 11 -Todiway Here. Sale.Montgomery, Ala. I in. 12-Dixie P. Here. Sale. Valdosta, Ga. Jan. 14-Millarden Bull Sale. Woodhury, Ga. in. 16-Co k 0' Walk Dispersal .McIntosh Jan. 16-17-SE Quarter Horse Show. .Ocala Jan. 19-All -Breed Bull Sale.Ocala Jan. 20-25-SE Fat Stock Show .Ocala in'. 22-30-South 1la. Fair .West Palm Beach Jan. 23-Iolk QH Show ..Laketand Jan. 25-26-Gr Atlantic Bull Sale. .Richmond, Va. Jain. 25-30-Manatee County Fair. ..Bradenton Ja 28-30-Am. National Meet .Dallas, Tex. FEBRUARY Feb. 1-6-SW Fla. Fair .....Fort Myers Feb. 2-13-Florida State Fair. ....Tampa Feh 2-State Fair Youth hairy Judging Tanmpa Feb. 2-State Fair Barrow Judging .Tampa Feb. 3-State Fair Ayrshire Judging.'aamipa Ie. (Ii SI its tair Swine Judging .unipa Ieb. 'I Stile Fair H-olstein Judgying. '.00 F Ib. 4-State Fair Jersey Judging ..ampa ,ts I State Fair Fat Stock Show .I apa Ib 4iI-State Fair Guernsey Judging. Iampa Ieb. 5-State Fair Barrow Judging I. .iTampa Feb. 5-State, Fair Fat Stock Sale ..Tampa Feb. 5-Annual Avrshire Sale .Iampa Feb. 8-State Fair Youth Beef Judging.Tampa Fel. 8-State Fair Shorthorn Judging ..Tampa Feb. 9-State Fair Angus Judging .I. amipa Feb. 9-State Fair Swine Judging .I. .ampa Feb s I iait Fat i r 1-Ieretfird Juniding ..Tampa Feb. It--State Fair Ctarolais Judging .r ipa IFl I0--State Fair SG Judging ...iTampa Feb. 10-Southern Classic .Thomasville, Ga. Feb. I I -State Fair Brahman Judging .Tampa 1eb 12.21
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Selling 15 Bulls at the Ocala Bull Sale January 19! Selling 17 Bulls at the Florida Angus Bull Sale in Belle Glade January 8! J//L~ccmae4 Semen Je eI /Service Jiqe Meanwhile, back at the ranch. We Have 50 Cows For Sale All are registered Angus, safe in calf or with calf at side, some will be rebred R. W. & E. B. MATLACK, OWNERS Loxahatchee, Florida Scott L. French, General Manager, Phone West Palm Beach OVerland 3-2944 Wallace A. Griffey, Cattle Superintendent 0 Raleigh E. Pickels, Show Herdsman

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For Harvesting and Conditioning Hay! LUNDELL PIONEERED THE HARVESTING OF HEAVY FLORIDA GRASS AND FORAGE FOR MAKING HAY! Work ivith Minor Elements, "Frits", Progressing Gainesville I am entirely agreeable to (allowing Ferro Corporation to make reprints of my article on frits and minor elements). We are getting some good data on minors and clover varieties at the Suwannee Valley Experiment Station. Although we have last year's yields worked up, we do wish to confirm the boron response by some chemical data now in progress. Since we had regarded this as one of the poorest soils in the state, it was surprising to be getting excellent yields. Also, Ladino, White Dutch and Nolin's Improved persisted over the summer despite the absence of any rain over a fourweek period from late July to late August. I believe we will eventually be able to keep clover 12 months a year on nearly all of our pastures should we wish to do so. It may take some doing from a management standpoint, but I do think the fertilization program with Louisiana S-1 can be recommended for such survival. John G. A. Fiskell Asso. Biochemist, U. of F. 'Reprints mentioned are of an article by Dr. Fiskell which appeared in THE CATTLEMAN a year and a half ago. Anyone TALL ..in the saddle (at age 74) is R. D. Keene of Winter Garden, shown here in a professional photo astride his Tennessee Walker. interested in copies of this article about minor elements "frits" can obtain them through Cunmer Lime and Manufacturing Company, Ocala. Feeding Possibilities in Florida Asked by Indianan Middlebury, Indiana PLEASE SEND a one year subscription ... We are investigating possibilities in Florida for cattle feeding, so any other A LUNDELL cuts millet at T G. Lee Dairy, Orlando. The Lundell HEAVY-DUTY OFFSET CHOPPER SELLS FULLY ASSEMBLED AND DELIVERED ANYWHERE IN FLORIDA Complete with grass head and used tires. ALSO: All-Star Wagon Hoist, 10,000-pound capacity, $85 including freight; Model B-20 Wagon Hoist, H. D., 11,000-pound capacity, $125 including freight. Remember! The Heavy-Duty LUNDELL Offset Chopper Was Made Especially for Florida Forage Conditions! G RAVE S DISTRIBUTING COMPANY R. Lee Graves, Owner, Box 708, Ph. i 7-2123 KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA We Stock a Full Line of Parts At Our Kissimmee Warehouse ILa test Statistics Commercial Slaughter and Average Weight (USDA) Cattle Calves Swine M Head Lbs. M Head Lbs. M Head Lbs. October 1959 (Fla.) 23.4 843 13.4 242 50.5 209 October 1958 (Fla.) 31.5 819 15.7 270 50.5 242 October 1959 (U.S.) 2088.6 1002 746.4 216 7845.9 233 October 1958 (U. S.) 2182.0 995 875.7 209 6978.5 231 Slaughter Under State Inspection, Head (FLB) Cattle Calves November 1959 12,899 7,557 November 1958 13,519 5,398 Slaughter and Meat Production by Classes (USDA) Year 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940 1950 1958 Thousands Millions Cattle Lbs. Beef 5,628 6,647 6,306 5,917 14,958 7,175 18,614 9,534 24,396 13,600 Sheep Al Head .9 1.3 1373.8 1302.2 Thousands Millions Thousands Calves Lbs. Veal Swine 397 667 842 792 9,089 981 77,610 10,501 1,230 79,263 9,752 1,150 77,339 Livestock Prices Per Hundred (USDA) Cattle Calves Florida, November 15, 1959 $17.40 $18.90 Florida, October 15, 1959 17.80 21.70 Florida, November 15, 1958 19.00 23.10 U. S., November 15, 1959 20.00 23.90 Cattle and Calves on Feed by Weight (USDA) Under 500 500-699 700-899 October 1, 1958 223,000 551,000 1,395,000 July 1, 1959 155,000 906,000 2,346,000 October 1, 1959 309,000 803,000 1,600,000 Lbs. 75 60 97 96 Swine 52,378 42,536 Millions Lbs. Pork 6,329 6,087 7,648 8,482 10,044 10,714 11,700 Swine $13.00 12.00 18.80 12.20 Over 900 1,817,000 1,720,000 2,054,000 6 The Florida Cattleman

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SFR LARRYETTA 19. A top heifer by CMR Larryleer 2 and out of a Victor Domino dam. Bred to CMR Superol 20, July 12, 1959. SFR MISCHIEF LADY 43. A choice CMR Misch. Dom. 96 daughter out of a Vagabond Woodford dam that has been a great producer for us. Bred June 22, 1959. to CMR SUPEROL 20. FINAL CALL TO ATTEND Santa Fe River Ranch's 7th h Annual 'ushihe ale JANUARY 9 Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Davis, Owners ALACHUA, FLA. W. F. Snead, Manager-Phone HOward 2-2453 RANCH LOCATED 9 MILES NORTH OF ALACHUA, FLA., OFF U.S. 441 Sale Starts at 1:00 P. M. Auctioneers: JEWETT FULKERSON AND A. W. HAMILTON Presenting Our Best Offering In History! SFR MISCHIEF DOMINO 42. A deep, thick rear ended bull by CMR Mischief Dom. 96, with a world of herd bull quality and a great pedigree. 40 FEMALES Write For Sale Catalogs SFR DOMINO MISCHIEF. A great bull individually, with a pedigree that is incomparable. He is double bred CMR Rollo Dom. 12 and CMR Larry Domino 21. 10 BULLS igaf

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-'--'I No danger of killing your cattle! No costly set-backs due to shock! Not a systemic! Rotenox kills cold-blooded stock-pests with amazing "paralytic action". Non-toxic to warm-blooded humans and animals. It's the "Safety First" livestock spray I KILLS CATTLE GRUB, ice, Ticks, and Mange! -L y Nothing else like it I Rotenox penetrates tiny grub breathing holes to kill cattle grub before they mature, before they do their great damage. Literally disintegrates them! Knocks lice, ticks and mange mites in the same efficient way. Apply as a spray, dip or wash. High pressure not necessary. SPRAY -y Dilution OILER Dilution Ea 2 W RM Y OU R CA TTLE THI .-w"O T H 1 5 bolus guns Sprinkle No more denhn-oSweet Granules on top of the feed.rAnimals eat it without hesitation. Readily feed. afll eapeutic dosage. Money-back consume a full thCT ape guarantee. A= DUAL A WITH 1!: For The Drinking Water Health builder! Stress for bacterial calf sco stopper! Specific treatment cwms dy oury enteritis in swine (Necro) swie Cdmb.ershipping fever, C.R.D. in chicken' Blue comb. Broader6pectrum combination of Peni cillin + Streptomycin + Vitamins. SU PE RIO0R OdE F E E D A D 1JODID Highly Palatable I Readily assimilated Highest i t of any herapeutically useful organic dine content of nyt ra n-es, in livestock iodide. Corrects Iodine Deficienci iet for and resultant Goiter (Big Neck). Widely used, Actinomycosis (Wooden Tongue i u highly effective Foot Rot treatment. At Your Veterinary Supply Dea I e r For Complete Catalog of Farnam Products Write L Vt 7WA FLIPPER ...on end of baler sends hay through the air into wagon, in this model by New Holland. publications you could suggest would be welcomed (and suggestions also). Also the best locations. At present we use a Harvestore (sealed silo) as feed storage. Could sugar cane or other Florida forage be a suitable feed for such a program? Ernest G. Lehman "We've advised AMr. Lehman: (1) that the fee(dlot industry is growing in Florida, and that this is partially due to use of home-grown feeds, such as pulp and citrus and cane molasses, partly to the price differential; (2) that Gadsden, Jackson, Alachua, Awaiion, Levy, Hillsborough Counties, and the Glades area, are the main fattening areas now; (3) that F. S. Baker at the North Florida Experiient Station, Quincy, should have experimental information on drylot feeding. Development Commission Writer Liked the December Issue Tallahassee OUR COPY of THE CATTLEMAN came yesterday, and I thought the December issue was unusually fine-with or without the feedlot story from W. M. Inman, which I was very proud to have helped with ...Please send me two extra copies if convenient. Paul Smith, Ag Writer Florida State News Bureau IMr. Smith attended the Florida Cattleinen's Association convention at Silver Springs, getting background material for articles on the industry which the Development Commission is providing under the new' state advertising program. Bryant Pearce Reports on South American Trip Quitman, Georgia IT WAS Mrs. Pearce's and my pleasure and privilege to be members of the group of Georgia cattlemen making a trip through eight of the South American countries. At each of the capitals, we were entertained bv the local cattlemen's associa' tion, and met many of the members and 8 The Florida Cattleman I to 160

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mi~acci-es -a Supplies1 This Year. Be Prepared! Reduce Your Calving Time Be prepared for trouble. Have at hand these special items that equip you to save both calves and cows. FRANKLIN CALF PULLER A powerful one-man tool -r PU that provides the necessary aid in difficult obstetrical cases. Guaranteed 1500 lbs. capacity. Strong, yet light. Pow'r-Pull detaches for all sorts of hoisting, stretching and pulling jobs. Price, complete with An economi 6 ft. cable, and o.b. chain, $47.75. Postage extra. use in deliverin Consists of b FRANKLIN UTERINE CAPSULES web strap; 2drum and cran Inhibits bacterial growth and aids removal of retained placenta. airplane cable; Price: $25.00. SULFA-UREA UTERINE BOLUSES OBSTET For use in infections of the uterus associated with retained afterbirth. For Systemic Infections! Very useful f delivery in posi Your best combination treatment is Franklin Tri-Sulfa and head, often suf Franklin Penicillin-Dihydrostreptomycin Solution, giving maxwithout force. imum antibacterial action against a wide range of infections Tre including those that follow difficult calving. CAL To Minimize Calf Losses! metLNid a FRANKLIN MIXED BACTERIN (Bovine) Scour Boluses a f ction-causing Formula 3 and througho For use on new-born calves to increase resistance against sooth inflamed a infection from bacteria commonly involved in calf diseases. diarrhea. O. P. FRAN KLIN SER UM Co. Franklin DENVER KANSAS CITY .WICHITA .ALLIANCE AMARILLO Franklin FT, WORTH MARFA o EL PASO MONTGOMERY .PORTLAND SALT LAKE CITY o BILLINGS LOS ANGELES CALGARY Losses! Franklin CALF LLE R Cal and sturdy device for g calves in difficult cases. reech spanner with heavy section heavy-duty pipe, k with guard; preformed30 in. o.b. chain and hook. Postage extra. RICAL SNARE or facilitating tioning feet and ficient for normal delivery $3.50, postage extra. atment for F SCOURS Infectious Scour Treatnd FRANKLIN Infectious ire designed to inhibit inbacteria both in the gut ut the system. Also to intestines and counteract ich so often accompanies Be Prepared! Check List of Calving Needs Available from your Home-town Franklin Dealer Franklin Calf Puller M-T Calf Puller Obstetrical Chain & Hook Obstetrical Snare Sulfa Urea Uterine Boluses Uterine Capsules Umbilical Tape Disposable Tplastic) OB Glove Obstetrical Sleeve & Glove Large Suture Needles Franklin Cresolis disinfectant Violet Wound Dressing Tincture of Iodine (strong) Storz Cow Womb Support Franklin Penicillin in Oil Franklin Penicilin Dihydrostreptomycin Solution Infectious Scour Treatment Infectious Scour Boluses Mixed Bacterin Bovine Form 3 C-D-M Solution (for Milk Fever) Tri Sulfa Solution and Boluses ( for treatment of metritis -rafl5-472A opy of the new 1960 Complete Catalog is ready. At your local I Dealers, or write.

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HEARD ABOUT T E STOCK THAT DOESN'T LIKE GRAIN OR GRASS? It's Called Common Stock -And It Thrives On American Business! Millions of people throughout the country -and from all walks of life -have been putting their brands on American Business through the purchase of good common stocks. Of course, there are many breeds of common stock and some may be a little better than the rest of the herd. There are also different groups of specially selected, professionally managed stocks. These are called Mutual Funds. An experienced investment broker can help you, sort, select and evaluate any corporation stock or Mutual Fund you may be interested in. For over 94 years A. M. KIDDER & CO., Inc., has been serving the public in investment matters. They've provided experience-founded advice for the cattleman. .the butcher .the baker. and the banker alike. They'll be glad to explain more about common stocks-their risks, costs and advantages, and the important part they play in your financial future. All it takes is the coupon below to find out. And of course, there is no obligation. BUSINESS ESTABLISHED 1865-MEANS 95 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE! MEMBER NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE AND OTHER LEADING DOMESTIC AND CANADIAN EXCHANGES ONE WALL STREET, NEW YORK 5 D 4-2525 FLORIDA OFFICES BRADENTON 43612th Street West MIAMI BEACH CLEAWATR I 216 -71 st Street CLEARWATER~adnAeu POMPANO BEACH 300 South Garden AvRnue 2451 Atlantic Boulevard CORAL GABLES I S.PTRBR 380 Miracle Mile ST. eacUDrive North DELAND ST. PETERSBURG BEACH 4OeRt Indiana Avenue v -75th Avenue FORT LAUDERDALE I SARASOTA 207 East Las Olas Blvd. I AR South Palm Avenue HOLLYWOOD 1 ot amAeu 1901 Tyler Street SOUTH MIAMI INDIALANTIC I 5751 Sunset Drive INDIAANTICTALLAHASSEE 137 5th Avenue lodH otel JACKSONVILLE 122 West Forsyth Street TAMPA LAKELAND506 Florida Avenue LAKELANDWITRPK 131 South Tennessee Ave. WINTR PesFairbanks Ave. 139 East Flagler Street ------------A. M. Kidder & Co., Inc. F One Wall Street, New York 5 e DI 4-2525 Genttcsn: I'd like to find out more about Common Stocks. I'm particularly interested in stocks which stress: E Current Income E Long-Term Growth 0 Please send me further inE Conservative Income and Growth formation on Mutual Funds Name Address Phone City State I understand information is for guidance only and does not assure achievement of objective. ---------------------were well received in each instance. They were very interested in our breed (Charolais and Charbray) of cattle. In a number of countries, they had already had a few of the Charolais bulls and as usual the same report: well pleased with the result from this breed. The trip was very interesting to all 46 persons, and we feel sure will be profitable to Georgia purebred breeders. Bryant E. Pearce TMr. Pearce moved his PX brand Charolais and Charbray from Fort Myers to Quitmnan several years ago. Cowgirl Wants to Know: How Do I Get in the Business? St. Petersburg FIVE MINUTES after I first saw your magazine, my request for a subscription was on its way. Shortly after that ... through my friend, Mr. Rausch of The Quality Shop, you sent me some wonderful pictures of cattle ... I am 18, freshman in college, and (despite what my friends say) sound of mind. You see, few of my friends at college would know a Charolais from a hole in the ground. and they consider me stark raving made because I do ... The experience I have gained with animals was usually fought for, not thrust upon me. (Though) I have heard many people around me say: "I used to live on the farm when I was a kid," somehow, I have to make it turn out just the opposite for me (and get from the city to the country). If you have any information on opportunities available to women in this field (working with, around or about animals) I would appreciate hearing about it ...By the way, if you know of any young people interested in cattle who would write to me, or of any groups I could join, I would be eternally grateful to hear about them Betsy McNeely ISorry, no junior cattlenmen's group now functioning. But we'll be glad to forward any letters from "juniors" who'd like to write to Betsy, and o'e've suggested that she visit Boot Ranch at Odessa (which isn't far from St. Pete) and talk to Miss Lois Oxnamn, the only girl we know of who is a ranch foreman! Horse, Cow Worker Writes for Job Prospects Miami Beach ...I would appreciate information on any cattle ranches that might be hiring help for working with horses and cattle ...I have been working with horses since I was 13 years old. (I am now 24 ...) And I would like to learn cattle ranching from the ground up Francis J. Melodia 'Queries like this cone in from time to time. The Cattleman is happy to refer workers to prospective employers (with out endorsement), and vice versa. Or The Florida Cattleman 10

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-L_ MORE PROOF. IT PAYS TO FEED PURINA Beewood Hereford Farms feed Purina for .fast growth on sale bulls .cheap gains on commercial steers Beewood Hereford Farms, owned and operated by George Wood of Sarasota, used to be covered with "pines, palmettos, and rattlesnakes." Now it boasts 460 acres of improved pastures and one of Florida's leading registered Hereford herds. Beewood breeding stock is in great demand, especially the fast-growing, high-quality bulls. The Beewood Hereford Farms herd of over 100 brood cows is presently headed by PHF-R Silver Domino 30th, senior herd sire. "He consistently sires a uniform group of top, growthy calves for us," George Wood stated. "We select the best bull calves each year and grow them out for sale, both to purebred and commercial operators." The calves receive special attention and are given every chance to develop into leading herd sires. Mr. Wood has found that a grain ration supplemented with Purina Steer Fatena is the fastest, cheapest way of bringing them along. The bulls are in excellent condition when they approach the sale age of approximately two years. Commercial steer feeding is also a major part of the Beewood operation. Several hundred steers are fed on grass annually and marketed after a short drylot feeding period. "Again we count on Purina supplements to get the job done cheaply," George said. "It cost only 9.8 to put a pound of gain on a group of steers we fed on grass recently." Because of the excellent results top cattleman George Wood gets at Beewood, he is an enthusiastic Purina Feeder. Whether you have registered or commercial cattle, whether you sell your calves off-the-teat or finish them for market, there's a Purina Cattle Feeding Program to fit your operation. Visit your Purina Dealer .at the Store with the Checkerboard Sign ..ask him to tell you more about research and field-tested Purina Cattle Chows. .YOU CAN DEPEND ON THE CHECKERBOARD FOR QUALIT.SERVICE

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'CITRUS "A'jHighly Successful Energy Feed" PU LP Mrs. E. B. Hudspeth has raised six grand champion steers-all fed on Florida Citrus Pulp. Among laurels won are Grand Champion Awards at Tampa in 1955, 1956, and 1959, plus Southeast Grand Champion at Ocala in March, 1955. When Mrs. Hudspeth's Grand Champion Bradmar Angus (shown above with son Tommy) weighed in at the Florida State Fair, Tampa, in February, 1959, the scales showed a whopping 762 pounds! Said Mrs. Hudspeth: "We find Florida Citrus Pulp essential to our feeding program. It not only stimulates appetite to insure the desired weight gain, but is also an excellent conditioner. We heartily recommend Florida Citrus Pulp as a feed for champions." Beef up your breed with the high-energy feed -FLORIDA CITRUS PULP. Bradmar Angus F E how to feed he B of E Write today for your FREE copy of the booklet about FLORIDA CITRUS PULP -gives complete analysis and feeding instructions. F R E E U NS NE FEED FOR C FA TT E ANGUS .strike symmetrical pose at Holton Angus Ranch near St. Petersburg. use of our classified columns may be preferred. Classified ads cost 15 cents per word, minimum $3.00. P&S Act Information Available from USDA HOW DOES the packers and stockyards act affect livestock producers? Since P&S will extend its jurisdiction to Florida livestock buyers in the not-too-distant future, it may be important to producers to know just how the law affects them. Questions about the act are answered in an illustrated folder now available free of charge from USDA, titled "Questions and Answers on the Packers and Stockyards Act for Livestock Producers," AMS-348, which can be obtained by writing Marketing Information Service, AMS, USDA, Washington 25, D. C. "Ole Sol" Can Damage Stock, Says Reynolds Aluminum "YOU MUST keep that roof from getting hot and radiating heat down on the cattle underneath. Just shutting off the sun is not enough." So says Reynolds Metals Company in a new booklet stressing the advantages of aluminum roofing on livestock shelters. Booklet contains experimental data, is 16 pages in length, and can be obtained by writing for "Cold Spots in the Sky," from Reynolds at Richmond, Virginia. New Side-Arm Iflower Being Handled by Superior Equipment FLORIDA AND all of the eastern and midwestern states will secure the new Superior-Parmel Double Sickle Mower through a company called Superior Equipment Company of Wheeling, Illinois. The mower has been tested for a year and a half, and was made available for sale this fall. It's a side-mounted mower, driven by V-belts from the PTO shaft. through a patented double eccentric drive of special heat-treated alloy steel. Sickles of the mower move opposite to The Florida Cattleman 112

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BIG STICK MAKES YOU THE BOSS farmers who've tried other tractors can speak with authority. We asked 553 new owners, among the thousands who switched to Allis-Chalmers tractors the past year, what features they liked best. Their answers tell you what's really new in tractors today. No. 1 feature: Allis-Chalmers Power Director-the "Big Stick." One easyshift lever controls 8 smoothly graduated speeds ahead in 2 ranges. Rugged oil clutch eases through tough spots with live PTO-or gives an instant surge of power when it's needed. Makes you the master-whatever the crop or soil. Power Director teamed with TRACTION BOOSTER system (now with new wider range) matches power, speeds and automatic traction to every load. Take a Dynamic D into the field. Test new Power Steering* ...solidcomfort seat ..step-on platform SNAP-COUPLER hitch. Begin a new decade of productive farming-easier too-for you! *Optional on D-14 and D-17 Models. 060's -new dynamic D's have it. TRACTION 1OOSTER and SNAP-COUPLER-r Alli,-Chalmer tradmak. ALLISCHALMERS, FARM EQUIPMENT DIVS AUKEE IWISCONSIN Ask your dealer about the Allis-Chalmers plan to finance your time purchase of farm equipment.

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I I EXPERIENCED FIELD MEN FLORIDA TESTED ANALYSES THIS IS WHY the best ranchers use GULF Fertilizer Gulf Fertilizer pasture representative, Ed Green, right, is shown here paying one of his regular visits to J. F. "Uncle Jewel" Sumner and Mrs. Sumner at the Sumner Ranch in Balm, Florida. "Uncle Jewel" is a long-time cattleman and honorary director of the Florida Cattleman's Association, and is a strong advocate of the improved pasture program. Like Mr. Sumner, growers and farmers throughout Florida depend on Ed's know-how in their problems concerning soil conditioning, fertilization and pest control. And for best yield, they depend on Gulf Fertilizerformulated for Florida soils. THE GULF FERTILIZER COMPANY Tampa -Florida SERVING FLORIDA AGRICULTURE COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE Including FARM, RANCH, FARM MACHINERY AND CATTLE LOANS Your Financial Requirements Will Have Our Prompt Attention. THE 771 ThE"!10 S COMMERCIAL BANK LOCALLY OWNED AND MANAGED Trust Compaq OCALA -FLORIDA Member Federtl Deposit Insurance CerporatisMember Federal Reserve System FOR 56 YEARS SCISSOR-ACTION on this doublesickle mower (see story) gives it faster cutting action, allows it to cover more acres fa-3ter. each other, knives closing on each other like scissors. Since the stroke is half that of conventional sickles, speed has been greatly increased, and Superior claims it can be driven 30 to 40 percent faster than a conventional mower. No reports of experimentation with Florida grasses were given in the news release. Beef, Dairy Industries Hike Usage of Feed THERE WILL be 4.122 million bushels of corn available for feed during 1959-60, compared to the 2.870 million bushels actually fed to livestock during 1958-59. So reports the American Feed ManufactUrer's Association in its latest booklet on estimated feed use and supplies for the year beginning October 1. Reductions of 24 percent in the oat crop, 13 percent in the barley crop, and seven percent in the sorghsnm grain cro) are more than offset by the 19 percent increase in the corn for grain crop, reports AFMA, leaving production of the four major feed grains up seven percent from the previous year. In addi tion, the carryover on October 1 of corn and grain sorghums was a record high. Of total 1959-60 supplies of 137.012 million tons of concentrate feeds, beef cattle will use 19.717 million tons, dairy cattle 24.413 million tons, and swine, poultry, horses and other livestock will use the remainder (with swine using about half the total supply). J rstin Bot Fonider Dies at Fort Worth BOOT PRODUCTION rose from 15 pairs weekly to 1000 pairs a day at Justin Boot Company during the 58 years since Joln S. Justin, Sr., who recently died, started T o F ida Cattleman

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Even Prize Cattle On Supplements Make Big Extra Gains With 'PERMACO' Bar D Ranch Amazed As Top-Condition Animals Gain 66 Lbs. Each In 30 Days "We dosed 18 head of our show cattle in preparation for the show circuit, mainly to give the animals a good, slick coat and to sustain them during traveling. The average weight gain per animal in only 30 days was 66 lbs., truly amazing in view of their already excellent condition. These gains were achieved despite the fact the herd had been fed a regular ration of cobalt in their feed." W. E. Campbell, Manager, BAR-D Ranch, Orlando, Florida Here's Why Your Winter Feeding Program Is Not Complete Without 'PERMAFCO' CQJ ,ltBullets! Right now-while your cattle are on scrub pasture Vnd winter feed-they need Cobalt more than any other time of year! The experience of the BAR-D Ranch is powerful proof that the 'PERMAco' Cobalt Bullet is the ONLY sure, practical way to provide ALL the essential Cobalt that your entire herd MUST have! If there is the slightest lack of Cobalt, eve the best feed and supplements in the world cannot producesmaximum g s! Winter feed and supplements contain little or no Col*lt-ijn't p ide the FULL supply that cattle need. Salt licks and mineral boxes can't provide the REGULAR supply that cattle need-in fact, 10% ofl the herd NEVER use them! But a single dose with 'PERMAC6' Cobalt Blidets provides your cattle with a continuous, daily supply 6t cobalt fd* 12 full months. "Bullet" them now-while they're on winter feed "nd pasture-then forget about Cobalt problems all year long! Remember that calves make the most economical gains BEFORE weaning, so get them off to a good start by "bulleting" yourbreeding cows. A single "bullet" keeps cows in top condition-helps them drop healthier, heavier, raster-gaining calves-and makes sure calves get plenty of the vital growthvitamin B-12 in the milk! Protect your profits ALL YEAR LONG! Get 'PERMACO' Cobalt Bullets from your veterinarian or regular supplier TODAY! p S A 0 .: W MBE SPORTS A14 W. E. Campbell, Manager of the Bar-D Ranch, is shown here with another of his prize animals that actually gained 66 lbs. in only 19 days' ca Limited, 200 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago 4, Illinois Nicholas

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N iound 0' ROV maws .-spec for extra yields of Pangola Grass Pastures take on new life with Pasturgro, Swift's Specialized Crop Maker for Pangola Grass. Improved Pasturgro builds mineral-rich pastures that livestock go for ..lets you increase yields and your herd without adding acres ..gives you more pounds of meat or milk for every dollar invested. Pasturgro is made right here in Florida especially for our soils and weather conditions. It is formulated to take advantage of the nutrients already in our soils ..and it contains extra growth elements for higher yields and quality. This year, grow hardier, thicker stands of Pangola Grass with Pasturgro, Swift's Specialized Crop Maker. See your authorized Swift Plant Food Advisor. Cattle on Pangola Grass-White Dutch Clover pasture a4, 1057TH. YEAR SWIFT & COMPANY FREE GROWERS' ADVISORY SERVICE Swift's trained Growers' Advisory Representative will analyze your soil and help you work out your production problems. There is no charge for this extra service. Agricultural Chemical Division Winter Haven and Pompano Beach Cl MAc DOLLAR says: ISWFT'S YOUR FINEST Buy/ ro AKE MO14Ey 'WF YU IE Bt WHEN YOU'RE FARMING TO -e' :'W' -4_#,, 1 I t OLD-TIMERS ...at the Silver Springs convention included Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rose of Ocala (top), Mr. and Mrs. Henry 0. Partin of Kissimmee (center), and Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Williams of Davenport. (Photos by Mozert) working in his father's boot factory at the age of 12. One story reported about Justin related to the time three cattle thieves were hanged from one tree limb near Wichita Falls. Justin recalled later: "The three rustlers died with their boots on, and all of them had on our boots." From shortly after its founding in 1879, the companY was located in Nocona, Texas, moving to Fort Worth in 1925. Lysine Supplementation Of Feed Praised by Pfizer USE OF lysine-one of the "essential amino acids-to increase growth rate Of beef steers by moie than 12 percent utilizing eight percent less feed per pound of gain, has been reported by Dr. William H. Hale, animal nutritionist with Charles Pfizer and Company. Although results were important, Hale attaches far more importance to findings that cattle can profit by use of amino acids, since it has been previously be' lieved they were manufactured in the 16 The Florida CattleanO S A Aee

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Thi tc bk anh with!' FLORIDA'S OLDEST NATIONAL B MEMBER: FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANC s the Cattlemen, ranchers, growers .the youngsters who are learning agri-husiness all know that First National is a friend they can rely on. Agricultural Representative Bob Morris is always ready to offer expert counsel and information arrange a loan for an agri-business plan that requires financial assistance. May we count you as one of our friends? Don't miss the YOUTH LIVESTOCK SHOW FLORIDA STATE FAIR-TAMPA J% First National Bank ANK E CORPORATION AT ORLANDO PRESENTS ITS EIGHTH ANNUAL FLORIDA BEEF CATTLE SHOW ENTRIES CLOSE ON JANUARY 31, 1960 SEND FOR YOUR PREMIUM LIST NOW! Central Florida Fair, Fun for the Whole Family .Don't Miss It! On Spectacular!____

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"We put MoorMan's Mintrate Cattle Blocks to the test e % -says H. S. Massey, Stagecoach Ranch, Pasco County, Florida "Our friend, Bill Barfield, told us about MoorMan's Mintrate* Cattle Blocks. So, we decided to put them to the test," says Mr. Massey. Three groups of 70 brood cows were put on adjoining grass pastures. Two groups received our regular supplements, the third, Mintrate Cattle Blocks. "After 120 days, cows on Mintrate Blocks had better finish ...weighed more. Then we figured costs. Regular supplements were costing 1 per head per day ...MoorMan's, only 56. A saving of 55(". Now, we feed our entire herd of 400 cows, including the p]Ure bred Santa Gertrudis, on Mintrate Blocks. Also, use MoorMan's Minerals free choice, Cattle Mintrate for creep feeding and Blocks for our bulls." Mr. Massey proved to himself that self-feeding MoorMan's Mintrate Cattle Blocks give him low-cost gains for extra profits. You will get the same "Good Results." Here's why-Mintrate Cattle Blocks are a powerful concentration of proteins and minerals, plus urea and Vitamin D. (Also available with Vitamin A.) They stimulate rumen activity, aid digestion and promote efficient, profitable conversion of your pasture and roughage. Because pastures differ in quality, self-feeding Mintrate Blocks are made in 3 different formulas. These supply nutrient requirements for greatest gains or production from good, average and sparse pastures. Self-feeding saves time and labor, too-simply put blocks out once every week to ten days. Your MoorMan Man can tell you which block, or combination of blocks fits your condition best. He has special prices on 50 to 200 ton orders or contracts for future feeding. If he doesn't call soon, write Moorman Manufacturing Company, DePt. X01, Quincy, Illinois. Since 1885-74 Years of Friendly service Mintrate Cattle BlOCkS -mineralized protein blocks with urea for self' feeding help cattle make faster, low-cost gal"S' Tradeomark Reg. U. S. Pat. Off.

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4-H'ER ...Lester Bell, state swine winner, is congratulated by James Glass, sales manager for Moorman's feeds. rumen in sufficient quantities. Lowe Represents Hector Feed Mills in Okeechobee ELTON LOWE is the new face dairymen and cattlemen around Okeechobee will he seeing from Hector Feed Mills. Lowe, who went to school at Okeechobee High and has lived in the area all his life, is Hector's new representative. He will work from the company's Okeechobee warehouse. Rhett Harrell, manager of Hector Feed Mills at Daerfield Beach. said it was necessa ry to open the branch warehouse because of the heavy buildup of dairies around the Okeechobee area. Some 40-45 dairies plan to be operati ng there in the near future. Toxaphene Dip ApprovedI [or Scabies by USDA A TOXAPIIENE emulsion has now been okayed by USDA's Animal Disease Eradication Division for dipping cattle and sheep for scabies, says William Cooper and Nephews of Chicago, whose product "Livestock Cooper-tox" is the only brand known to meet the field and laboratory test requirements of the government. The 'Cooper-tox" allows slaughter within 28 days after treatment, while the lindane dip commonly used must be applied 60 days or more prior to slaughter. Tour of Latin America Planiied by Georgian A LATIN American tour from Januarv 7 through January 30, with government cooperation both in this country and i the countries to be visited, is being organized by Gene Ragan of Donalsonville, Georgia, who writes: "This is not a tourism trip. It is an informative, educational journey dedieated to improving relations and understanding our Latin-American farm neighbors." $1322 includes all expenses from Miami. The group is being made up in Georgia, Alabama and Florida. As Always During 1960 You'll Find Your Auction Market Manager In Your Corner! Yes, 1960 will be no different in this respect from 1959 and every other year. Our help is yours for the asking ... and best wishes for 1960! -l P-. For market information, contact any of these solid-substantial markets-members of both Florida and National associations, and subscribers to the National "Code of Ethics" for auction markets: Arcadia State Livestock Market Auctions Every Wednesday Pat Kelley, Mgr., Ph. WA 8-3151, 8-6901 ARCADIA, FLORIDA Chipley Livestock Company Auctions Every Tuesday 3uddy Neel, Mgr. Ph. ME 8-0267, 8-0689 CHIPLEY, FLORIDA Glades Livestock Market Auctions Every Monday George Young, Mgr. Ph WY 6-3028 BELLE GLADE, FLA. Walton County Livestock Market Auctions Every Thursday Sam Rachels, Mgr. Phone TW 4-7781 DEFUNIAK SPRINGS, FLA. Gainesville Livestock Market Auctions Every Monday L. H. Thompson, Mgr. Phone FR 6-3211 GAINESVILLE, FLA. Tindel Livestock Market Auctions Every Monday Claud Tindel, Mgr. -Phone AN 3-3001 GRACEVILLE, FLA. Kissimmee Livestock Market Auctions Every Wednesday Kenneth Caldwell, Mgr. Ph TI 6-2521 KISSIMMEE, FLA. Cattlemen's Livestock Markets Monday -Sales Tuesday Harry McCollum, Mgr. Ph 4-1145 Ph MU 2-0117 TAMPA and LAKELAND Columbia Livestock Market LAKE CITY, FLA. Suwannee Valley Livestock Market Auctions Every Wednesday O'Neal Boatright, Mgr. -Ph FO 2-1702 LIVE OAK, FLA. West Florida Livestock Market Auctions Every Tuesday Bill Fite, Mgr. 9 Phone HU 2-2229 MARIANNA, FLA. Monticello Stockyards Auctions Every Monday John Hawkins, Mgr. 9 Phone WY 7-1711 MONTICELLO, FLA. Mills Auction Market Auctions Every Thursday C. E. Mills, Mgr. -Ph. MA 2-4454, 9-3662 OCALA, FLA. Mid-Florida Livestock Market Auctions Every Monday Gilbert Tucker, Mgr. Ph GA 5-0432 ORLANDO, FLA. Okeechobee Livestock Market Auctions Every Tuesday Tom Kirby, Mgr. Phone RO 2-5521 OKEECHOBEE, FLA. Gadsden County Livestock Market Auctions Every Wednesday Wayne Henry, Mgr. Phone MA 7-8627 QUINCY, FLA. Sarasota Cattle and Commission Sales Auctions Every Tuesday Jerry Coleman, Mgr. Phone RI 6-3016 SARASOTA, FLA. For Further Information about Florida Livestock Markets, Contact FLORIDA ASSOCIATION OF LIVESTOCK MARKETS Livestock Exchange Building, Kissimmee, Florida for January, 1960 19

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Dundee Ranch at Lutz has one of the most promising Young Angus sires in Florida. Imported in dam, this bull. Perthonian 3rd, is less than two years of age, has seen heavy service, and still crows 1,500 pounds, with tremendous quality, scale and breed character. Keep your eye on this one. Great credit is due the FCA for its uphill fight for practical Brucellosis control. Calfhood vaccination, properly programmed, has long since proven its ability to bring about a satisfactory condition of control. One added thought: data conclusively establishes a gradual loss of immunity in vaccinated females, with protection often non-existent after the sixth calving. Revaccination of such females, despite the disadvantage of continuing titers, needs more study. Millarden Farms, Georgia Angus breeders, are producing unusually growthy, large -framed, quality bulls, particularly well adapted to Florida needs. Florida cattlemen will do well to attend this farm's Bull Sale onl January 14th at Woodbury, Ga. The many great Hereford foundation cattle I see around the state from Cock 0' Walk Ranch indicates that this ranch's January 16th Dispersal Sale spells opportunity for all Hereford breeders, commercial or purebred. The recent Kermac Angus Bull Sale in the Southwest sure put the handwriting on the wall. Sons of Hyland Marshall, who is owned with McGregor-Vantress, averaged over $1,800, with practically all going to hard-headed commercial cowmen. Who will do a similar job for Southeast commercial catIlemen? We now have representatives in four strategic locations in Florida. As a result, we can handle your insurance problems with greater speed and efficiency. These men know the cattle business and can give you the answers you need in your own language, based on the best available underwriting information. Put them to work NOW. William McGregor, Manager Ranch and Livestock Division Ranch & Livestock Division Telephone LOgan 4-9631 P. 0. BOX 7005, FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. NOW IT'S HISTORY No Flood Control in 1940. ARMY ENGINEERS turned down a flood control project for the Kissimmee Valley, reported the January 1940 FLORIDA CATTLEMAN ...Reason: it would help only cowmen! ..THE CATTLEMAN protested that farmers also profited by other flood projects in other parts of the country ...FCA held its convention in Panama City ..R. E. Lambert and Sons advertised Carpet seed. Cutting Stumps Flush Was Mode in 1945. "LET 'EM ROT" was the principle behind "flush cutting" of stumps in land improvement, described in the January 1945 CATTLEMAN ...The cattlemen's association was to meet in Plant City on January 10 ..Wartime molasses controls were relaxed, and it could again be fed. In 1950, The Cattleman Had 100 Pages "100 PAGES makes this the largest CATTLEMAN ever printed," we noted in the January 1950 issue ...Included was a 48-page section on Brahmans, and 10 pages of editorial index, covering the years 1936 through 1949 The Kowbelles column became a permanent feature ..And the American National was coming to Miami. In 1955, ICC Studied Dressed Meat Rates. FLORIDA CATTLEMEN'S Association's J. 0. Pearce, Jr., appeared at Interstate Commerce Commission hearing in behalf of lower rates (later granted) sought for shipping dressed meat by truck into the North and East, according to the January 1955 CATTLEMAN ...Walter Bronson of Orlando received a saddle at the FCA convention in recognition of past association activity ...Range station field day stressed White Dutch, warned of over-grazing. J0J LIKE THESE OLD PICTURES? ...The Cattleman's stock is running low, an more are needed. We'll pay $2, return the photo in good shape. Above photo sh"" ing seining for gar and other scrap fish in Little Econlockhatchee Creek was fur nished by C. S. Lee of Oviedo (who has his two bucks). The Florida Cattlemar 20

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Those Wide Open Spaces. CROSSFENCING THEM CAN PAY BIG DIVIDENDS! A few dollars invested NOW in more fencing can pay you hundreds of dollars in dividends. Experimental work has definitely proven the advantages of rotating your pastures, so that they'll produce a maximum of grazing-and, of course, every cowman knows the labor which can be saved in handling cattle IF they are in reasonably small pastures. STALNAKER'S Is Your Best Barbed Wire Source PRICED RIGHT! American & Imported Barbed Wire American & Imported Farm Fencing Poultry Netting a Lawn Fencing Rabbit Fencing -Roofing Nails ALL KINDS OF FENCING CARRIED IN STOCK We can help you build better, longer-lasting fences. Contact STALNAKER BROTHERS, INC. 33rd Street & E. Broadway S E R V I N G TAMPA Call Collect Phone 4-2728 After 6 P.M., Phone 49-3594 F L OR ID A C A T T L E M E N FO0R 6 2 Y E A R S

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National Livestock Tax Committee Seeks End to Tax Inequities Due to Cotmen's Varying Incontes Cattlemen pay an added tax burden through the cyclic nature of their incomes. For several years the National Livestock Tax Committee (which is strongly backed by the American National Cattlemen's Association and the Florida Cattlemen's Association) has been seeking legislation to remedy this tax inequity. Below are brief excerpts from the testimony given November 23 in Washington by Stephen H. Hart, attorney for the Tax Committee, before the House of Representatives', Ways and Means Coininittee which is looking into possibilities of establishing a broader income tax base to meet revenue needs with lower rates of tax. TIens REPRESENTS the viewpoint of an attorney whose federal income tax practice includes a significant number of taxpayers who pay a severe tax penalty simply because they have fluctuating annual incomes. Specifically, I am referring to farmers, and more particularly, ranchers, whom I have represented many times in tax proceedings In expressing this viewpoint, my intention is to focus on the practical problem of utilizing a general averaging technique to mitigate this tax penalty. not to discuss averaging in terms of general economic theory. In this connection I will cite examples of actual taxpayers. By this approach, I hope to make a useful contribution to the Committee's deliberations on the subject of averaging of income, since I believe that the penalty borne by the taxpayers to whom I refer typifies that imposed on numerous taxpayers throughout the country. The Profblemn. OUR PRESENT federal income tax laws embody two general features which combine to cause persons with fluctuating annual incomes to pay more taxes than do persons with relatively stable annual incomes. The first feature is that, for reasons of administrative expediency and regular collection of revenues, the 12-month calendar or fiscal year is utilized as the time unit for levying taxes The second feature is that the income for a given year is taxed at rates which progressively increase with the amount of such income. The result of this inter-action of an annual tax accounting period and a progressive rate structure is that persons with significantly fluctuating annual incomes pay a higher total tax over a given period of years than do those receiving the same total income over the period, but in substantially equal annual installments The table reveals the nature of this differential tax treatment. In it, taxpayer A represents a hypothetical married taxpayer who receives a more or less stable annual income with only minor year to year variations. Taxpayer B represents a hypothetical married taxpayer who receives an equal total income over the period chosen but who receives it in widely fluctuating annual installments. Hence, the table shows that taxpayer B paid $880 more on the same amount of income over the same five-year period than did taxpayer A. These figures for Taxpayer A are surely reasonable as repsentative of millions of taxpayers engaged in independent businesses. professions and occupations, although they have not been derived from the returns of any particular taxpayers. Were the figures used which are shown for Taxpayer B as representative of actual returns of livestock producers, the fluctuations would be even greater, and the discrimination more dramatic. The differential would be greater also were A and B unmarried and therefore unable to file joint returns. Although it is often difficult to determine when an inequity exists in the operation or administration of our federal tax laws, the situation which has been posed reveals one manifestly. Simply stated, the inequity is that one individual is required to pay substantially more taxes on a given amount of multi-annual taxable income than another taxpayer pays on the same amount. Aside from the individual inequity of one taxpayer having to pay inore taxes on the same amount of multi-annual income than another, there are broad public policy reasons for not tolerating the differential tax treatment under discussion. A significant percentage of the nation\ taxpayers work in areas or operate enter praises in which large annual fluctuation in income are characteristic. Typical o: these are farming, livestock raising, creative writing, the theatre, and many smal businesses. The overall impact of the dis criminatory tax treatment on these peo pie is too great to ignore. If they constituted only a very small segment of the population, one mighl argue that it is not justifiable on practical grounds to revise the tax laws t relieve them of their extra burden, al. though this argument would offend the sense of justice of many. However, we are faced with a situation where literally millions of fluctuating income taxpayer are penalized. This penalty may range from only a few dollars for many taxpayers to several hundred or even thousand dollars for many others over a given period of time. But whatever its amount, it represents a financially measurable discrimination against those who pay it New Directors Named By Polk Ass'n ELECTED TO the board of directors of tie Polk County Cattlemen's Association ata meeting recently held in Bartow are Arthur M. Bissett, president, Eugene Griffin and C. 0. Ferber. Other director include W. Paul Hayman and Vernon Whedden of Brewster; Max Hammond and Edwin J. Sanders of Lakeland; P. T Wilson, Frostproof; R. E. Stokes, Lake Wales; A. C. Wright, Jr., Ft. Meade: P. M. Fussell and Donald McLean, Pol City. THE 1959 Hardee County Fair drew paid attendance of over 8000 people in uS six-day run, setting a new record. 'These tax computations are based on assumptions that A and B had filed joiie returns for the Years involved and utilized present rates. Year 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 o'Itals Taxpayer A Taxable Income $ 9,500 9,700 10,000 10,200 10,600 50,000 Tax Paid $ 2,070 2,122 2,200 2,252 2,356 11,000 Year 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 22 Taxpayer B Taxable Income $ 9,000 2,000 18,000 5.000 16,000 50,000 Tax Paid $ 1,940 400 4,600 1,020 3,920 11,880 The Florida Cattlenf'

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NOW is the time For top dressing of small grains for winter feeding-wviter rye and oats. After being grazed over, these plants need a new application of nitrogen to bring them back. If they haven't been grazed over, now is the time for the first application. In the southern part of the state, it is time to begin fertilization of pasures for early spring growth. Costs less per pound-last longer-leaches less-loosens sod-bound pastures while being applied-is applied underground, at root level, so doesn't require uncertain I "''I rains to carry it down-no need to remove e cattle while applying-Nitrogen immediately available to plants-quick, easy Corn planting should include an application of Anhydrous Ammoniaapplication-low cost per acre-prompt either pre-plant or top dress. service. F LA -GA 82 To offer a complete service of Nitrogen application for farmers and ranchers, we have installed-along with our Anhydrous Ammonia service-a service for the application of Ammonium Nitrate. Ammonium Nitrate Solution offers most of the advantages of Anhydrous Ammonia and can be applied to rough pastureswherever the applicator truck can travel. Application is quick, offering immediate stimulation to plant growth. Our Ammonium Solution applicator truck at work in a Florida astUre. FLORIDA-GEORGIA INDUSTRIES FIVE PLANTS TO SERVE YOU-Ocala, call MA 9-2418-Alachua, call HO 2-3825-Lake City, call 1987 Madison, call HU 3-2241-and Tampa Main Office: P.O. Box 690, Lake City, Florida-Phone 1987

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The SQIJTHEASTEI Bull Sale Southeastern Are Next Florida Events OCALA WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY January 20-25 Schedule of Events TUESDAY, JANUARY 19 12 noon.Ocala Bull Sale (Bring your show cattle for the Southeastern with you when you come to the Ocala Bull Sa'e. We've got plenty of room!) WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20 9:00 n.m. *. Deadline for Breeding Cattle Entries. 10:00 .m. .Judging Brahrnon Cottle 2:00 p.m Judging Shorthorn Cottle THURSDAY, JANUARY 21 9:00 a.m.THUR.D JDeadline for Receiving Steer Entries Sifting and Weighing Steers. 10:00 n.m.Judging Angus Cattle 2:00 p.m. Judging Hereford Cottle FRIDAY, JANUARY 22 9:00 a.m.R. .NJudgng Steers. Adult, 4-H, FFA and Carlot Entries. 1:00 p.M. .Judging Charolais Cattle 3:00 p.m.Judging Charbray Cattle SATURDAY, JANUARY 23 10:00 a.m.*.4-H and FFA Livestock Judging Contest in Rodeo Arena. MONDAY, JANUARY 25 10:00 a.m.Sale of Fat Steers SATURDAY, JANUARY 16 4-H and FFA Judging and Identification Contest to be held at Swift and Company. SOUTHEASTERN QUARTER HORSE SHOW SATURDAY, JANUARY 16 2:00 p.m. Judging Halter Classes 8:00 p.m.Performance Classes SUNDAY, JANUARY 17 2:00 p.m.Performance Classes Florida's Largest Cattle Event INFORMATION? RESERVATIONS? Contact Louis Gilbreath, Gen. Mgr. P. 0. Box 404, Ocala, Fla. ALSO: Ocala Bull Sale, January 19 Ocala Quarter Horse Rideeo, Jan. 16-17 FLORIDA'S WINTER show season will be well underway by the time you receive your next issue of THE FLOIZIDA CATTLEMAN. Scheduled to begin during the next month or thereabouts are several of Florida's largest cattle events: Southeastern Fat Stock Show at Ocala will begin on Wednesday, January 20, and continue through Monday, January 25-but before it officially opens there will be a series of activities beginning on Saturday, January 16! Included are the Florida Quarter Horse Rideeo on the 16th and 17th, the 4-H and FFA Meat Judging and Identification Contest on the 16th, and the Ocala Bull Sale, with 184 head catalogued on January 19th. Starting immediately after the Southeastern Fat Stock Show will be two of Florida's larger fairs: The Manatee County Fair at Palmetto, and the Sout Florida Exposition at West Palm Bea6 Both are scheduled for the week January 25-30. And dairy week of the Florida Stan Fair at Tampa will begin on Februar 2, with the entire fair slated to la! until Febraury 13. Good cattle shows will be featured all four events, with the Southeastern e: pected to have the largest number ( cattle of all on display. (See Horse Se( tion for information on Quarter Hors shows). Southeastern ALL BREEDs are welcome at the Soutt eastern-which makes the boast (an can back it up) that it is the largest( Florida's cattle events from standpoir of numbers and variety! It is offering premiums for Angu UF Judges Have Good Season THE UNIVERSITY of Florida's livestock judging te m has completed a successful ft season, placing seventh (of 15) at the Mid-South Fair in Memphis, second (of seven at the Southeastern Fair in Atlanta, fifteenth (of 40) at the International in Chicai At Chicago, Buddy Frazee of Reddick placed fifth high individual in judging 1i classes-highest ranking a student from the University has ever earned there. He WV also ninth high at Memphis, while, at Atlanta, Glen Barden of Monticello was thu. high individual. The Florida judges placed third in swine at Memphis, first in Hereford, Ag Shorthorn and Duroe classes at Atlanta (and also had the second through sixth p18c individual winners in cattle classes at Atlanta). Team is coached by Don Wakeman. Team members (with Wakeman standrr at left and Dean M. A. Brooker of the College of Agriculture standing at right) or pictured above, from left: Seated, Dick Ingerman, Orlando: Dallas Townsend, Feld Vladimir Cruz, Havana, Cuba; Frazee; Standing, Enrique Sosa, Camaguey, Cu& Dewey Burnsed, Macclenny; John Stitt, Clewiston; Barden. New dates for S' eastern at Ocala will "split" a weekend; Show includes all breeds of cattle, plus fat steer show 24 The Florida Cattlenri

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Great Show Window of the Sunshine Stair -C ~and Gas -j7~+~-~-L -~ Can you imiagine a show vi nldox more thai two miles long? Well, if all the exhibits at the Florida State Fail were placed ill a single linle, Iiey would be 22 times as loner (is thi Wshington monuimit is bigh! For more thani 50 ears, the Fair has presented this annual panoramia of Florida's progress and prodiretivit y v. As y ori stroll l'isirelv through the 22 permanent exhibit buildings voiri will be aiiazed lit the wide dixersificationi ill Florida's econonv. Yo'll see elaborate displays of fresh fruits, vegetables and ornamentals; inierals arid forest prodiets, hone., tobacco and seafoods. Florida's growing importance ini livestock raising is emphasized by Dairy and Beef Shows, Fat Stock Show and Sale, Table Beef and Certified Meat log contests. Swine, poultry and rabbit shows further accentuate this phase of the state's agr icrlti nal leelopinents. Special events feature tlie activities of the Future Farmers of America and Florida's 4-11 Clubs. A juried Art Exhibit and Crafts competition, woriens exhibits, International Orchid Show, Ilibiscis Show and other features underline Florida's cultural activities. And you'll xvant to see the 14th Annal Florida Electrical Expositioi-the finecst in the nation. And of course, fun arnd festivity happily highlight your ever visit to the Fair. Have fill, on the giaiit Imiidwxay ...NVatch exciting auto races, thrill shows, grandstand attractions, and top professional entertainment ...Enjoy all four big parades from a reserved seat iin the grandstand. This year, spend several days and nights at the Fair! See it often-See it all! 4 SPECIAL LIVESTOCK EVENTS Feb. 2-9:00 A.M. Youth Dairy Cattle Show judging. 9:00 AM. Barrow judging. 9:30 A.M. Certified Meat -tog Contest. Feb 3-8:30 A.M. Ayrshire judging. 9:00 A.M. Swine -Breed classes -Landrace, Tamworth. 7:00 P.M. Holstein judging. Feb. 4-8:30 A.M. Jersey judging. 2:00 P.M. Fat Stock judging. 3:00 P.M. Guernsoy-Bulk and Ger of Sire classes. Feb. 5-8:30 A.M. Guernsey-Cow classes. 11:00 A.M. Barrow-Carcass judging. 1:00 P.M. Florida Fat Stock Sale. 7:30 P.M. Ayrshire Sale. Feb. 6-9:00 AM. FFA Team judgingDairy, Beef caed Swine. Feb. 8-9:00 A.M. Youth Beef Cattle judging. 2:00 P.M. Shorthorn judging. Feb. 9-9:00 A.M. Aberdeen-Angus judging. 9:00 A.M. Swine-Breed classesDuroc, Hampshire. 2:00 P.M. Hereford judging. Feb. 10-9:00 A.M. Charolais judging. 1:00 P.M. Santa Gertrudis judging. Feb. 11-9:00 A.M. Brahman judging. 5.00 P.M. Parade of Beef Champions. Feb. 12-9:00 A.M. 4-H Club Team judging -Beef. Florlda's Oreatest Annual Attracion

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An example of worm infected cattle that endangers the industry-. Cattle Parasite Danger Threatens Great Loss New drench proves more effective in kill ing intestinal wrorns MANY LIVESTOCK producers are beginning to realize the great losses occurring from internal parasites in animals. Several million dollars of livestock income are lost annually through weight losses, inability of cattle to get proper nourishment from feed and a decrease in calving-all traceable to worms. Tapeworms, wire worms, bankrupt worms and other common stomach worms which have been resistant to regular treatments can now be safely and economically controlled. An easily administered drench which has resulted from extensive research is proving more highly effective in killing these intestinal worms. This new formula was inspired and developed when it became evident in many cases the cattle did not respond to usual treatments. The improved formula is known as Tena-Bov. Numerous tests regarding the effectiveness of phenothiazine drench have proved that worm killing depends on getting a great enough concentration of the dose into the fourth stomach in sufficient quantity to produce the necessary results. Research indicates there are no important parasites in the system until the fourth stomach is reached. In ordinary drenches a great portion of the dose is lost or absorbed before it reaches the fourth stomach. The small amount of ordinary drench that goes into the fourth stomach lacks sufficient quantity to kill resistant worms. This improved cattle wormer is helping livestock men meet an increasing need for combatting worm infections. There is no interference with normal chemical and bacterial actions of the digestive processes when using Tena-Bov. It is given on a full stomach. There is no weight loss as compared with drugs which upset digestion by requiring a fasting period. Dr. Rogers' Tena-Bov was developed and is manufactured by Texas Phenothiazine Company, Fort Worth, Texas, one of the foremost researchers and manufactures of animal health products. The distributor in this area is Cairo Livestock Supplies, Box 334, Cairo, Georgia-ADV. IBMA APPROVED ASK YOUR DEALER OR JOBBER WE OUTSELL. BECAUSE WE OUT SERVE YOCAM BATTERIES, INC. TAMPA -MIAMI -JACKSONVLLE PENSACOLA -ORLANDO, FLA. MOBILE, ALA. -COLUMBUS, GA. Brahman, Charibray, Charolais, Hereford and Shorthorn classes. and may have Brangus and Santa Gertrudis on exhibition should breeders wish to show them. It will also have a larger steer show, with individual entries from 4-H, FFA and Adult exhibitors, and car-lots from some of Florida's commercial feedlots. Since this year's dates "straddle" a weekend, January 20-25-designed to allow the steer buyers to make their purchases on Monday and the public to see the cattle on Saturday and Sundaythe show will not start until Wednesday morning. (Pi will immediately follow the Ocala Bull Sale, also at the Southeastern Pavilion, which will be held on Tuesday, January 19). Breeding cattle must he entered on Wednesday morning, prior to 9 a.m., says Louis Gilbreath, general manager -hut some may come in earlier hy special arrangement. The steers, however. will not be received until Thursday morning, with a similar 9 a.m. deadline. Schedule for the Southeastern follows: Wednesday, January 20, judging of Brahman cattle slated for 10 a.m., and Shorthorn judging to begin at 2 p.m.; Thursday, steer entries both individual and carlots to be received up till 9 a.m., with the sifting and weighing of steers to follow immediately; 10 a.m. Angus judging and at 2 p.m. Herefords; Friday, steer judging at 9 a.m. with Charolais judging at I p.m., followed by Charhray judging at 3 p.m.; Junior judging contest beginning at 10 a.m. on Saturday, January 23, with the cattle on display all Saturday afternoon and Sunday for those wishing to see them, and the sale of fat steers to begin at 10 a.m., Monday. January 25. Palmetto THE MANATEE County Fair January 2530 is probably Florida's largest county fair. Facilities are first class, and this year the largest cattle show in the history of the fair is expected (and good ones have been held each year), with the Quarter Horse show added in for good measure. -Judging will he in a tent, and the area previously occupied by the show ring will be occupied by cattle. In additition to good beef shows, which have been traditional, the dairy show will feature spirited competition, particularly for the Guernsey breed in which four herds are entered. Another addition is the building of new wash racks for the cattle. A steer show and sale for juniors will again be held, reports W. H. Kendrick, county agent and fair manager. Feature of the cattle judging (both beef and dairy) Wednesday evening, January 27, will be the presentation of the county distinguished service award to the person (yet to be selected) who served Manatee agriculture best duringg 1959. Schedule follows: Youth beef cattle show, starting at 10 a.m., Tuesday, January 26, with Youth dairy r-attle show to begin (Continued on page 48C) 26 The Florida Cattleman

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Koger Is Against. by MARVIN KOGER Dept. of Animal Husbandry, U. of F. To EXHIBITORS and show herdsmen, many of whom I count among my best friends, it is pointed out that I did not request the job but was given the assignment of setting forth the "cons" of beef cattle shows as related to the needs of the commercial beef producer. The prosecutor is paid to convict, not to laud, the accused. No apology should be offered, however, for the views stated; since many commercial producers and exhibitors alike have expressed to me similar views on the matter. It is regretted that, because of the nature of the assignment, mostly negative views are expressed, without setting forth a constructive alternative. The latter was not the assignment, however, and space would not permit. So, with trembling and fear of the wrath to come, we submit the following as to what is wrong with beef cattle shows as they are now being conducted. The conditions which prevailed when shows were initiated and were helpful no longer generally exist. Most of the breeds have been established. Both purebred and commercial producers are well acquainted with breed characteristics, market demands, and the latest scientific developments in breeding, marketing, and production methods. Thus, cattle shows no longer have much educational value. In many instances they serve as an adjunct for a carnival or a pleasure horse show. Advertising mediums have changed until other methods are just as effective and much more economical than maintaining a show herd. To perpetuate cattle shows as they have been conducted in the past is just as illogical as sponsoring stunt fliers as the major means of promoting the aviation industry during the atomic age. Shows perpetuate some type standards which have little or no relationship to the utility of the animal, and in some cases, a negative relationship. At best, this distracts breeders from placing emphasis on economic merit. Frequently it leads the purebred breeder to select for traits which are detrimental to the commercial producer. It is not uncommon to hear breeders who maintain show herds, also judging team coaches, admit that because of showing standards they have to show one kind but know that another kind is more practical. Any good cowman knows that showring winnings are not an indication of the utility of an animal for producing beef under commercial conditions. Shows encourage unsound and wasteful practices, such as use of nurse cows and over-fitting of animals, with resultant detrimental effects. Also, the more desirable animals may be withheld from the breeding herd so that they will make a better show record. Not only is this time lost, but frequently the animals are injured by over-fitting, and are not satisfactory breeders after completing the show circuit. Shows encourage unethical practices such as the widely admitted "fudging" on birth dates, cutting and filling, and showing animals in such a manner as to deliberately mask faults. Emphasis on showring winnings results in some calves being recorded falsely as having sired by show winners. Shows are a haven for many who are fanciers, promoters, and investors of funds which would otherwise be taxable. Many of these know little and care less about the needs of the commercial producer. By advertising their show winnings they sell many animals that should never enter into commercial herds. This has resulted in serious consequences, as evidenced by the fact that few purebred cattle in some breeds will give enough milk to raise a calf under commercial conditions. This situation cannot help but have a detrimental effect on commercial producers, since they rely on purebred breeders for most of their bulls. It is a sad commentary but true that many commercial pro(Conlinued on page 89) 27A -1 I H entges Is For. by JAMES F. HENTGES, JR. Dept. of Animal Husbandry, U. of F. LiVESTOCK SHOwS have no substitute for their objectives, regardless of whether they are one-day intra-county youth shows for fat steers, week-long International breeding cattle shows, three-hour field-day events to compare bulls on performance tests, or auctions where commercial sale bulls are graded by a committee. Before these oijectives are listed which are intended to justify the future of shows, it should be pointed out that changes in most present-day shows are vital. Livestock shows, specially at county fairs, may be as good or as bad as the knowledge and intentions of those conducting the shows. Livestock shows in the future should not be envisioned as the conventional glamorous showring but as an event embracing many realistic and progressive contests, many of which may deal with such inanimate objects as records, books and carcasses. Likewise, judges should change their standards of measure. ment in accordance with scientific progress. What heights of accomplishment can be reached, particularly in the e'yes of the non-agrarian public, if the short-sighted critics of livestock shows will extend equal energy to showing for better beef rather than beefing for better shows? The objectives of livestock shows, as described in the following paragraphs, are those which can be realized under proper management. and intentions; hence, they should not be accepted as accomplishments of presentday shows. r B sShows give the public, especially youth, a clearer picture of the ideal conformation and individuality of breeding cattle. Although production and performance records are of primary consideration, this serves to guide them in their selection of breeding stock where it is important to avoid such uneconomic traits as faulty legs, small size for age, bad temperament. poor spring of ribs features of the head associated with dwarfism, abnormal skeletal structure, muscular peculiarities in the round that are thought to be undesirable inherent characteristics, and so on. Shows give commercial cattlemen an opportunity to compare the excellence of the production of all registered breeders within as large an area as possible. Local adult breeding cattle shows which attract only a few exhibitors are a dead issue. A limited number of regional shows, such as tri-county or larger fairs, with entries open to the world offer real educational and advertising value. This is especially true when cattle are tied, not as herd groups, but by classes in the order of their placing with each animal clearly identified by a sign. This creates multiple problems for the show management and the exhibitors but can be done, at least for a limited time, immediately after the judging is completed. The educational possibilities of such a system are tremen dous. Another objective of shows is to stimulate competitiOn among registered breeders for production Of superior animals. Such competition often results in a desire to learn what scientists can contribute toward improved breeding, feeding and management practices. Shows present to feeder, breeder and packer a better under, standing of the most desirable carcass. Carcass contests are rapidly being established along with live competition of fat steers in adult shows. In the very near future the most coveted awards may be for best carcass and best sire-group-of-carcasses. Shows can stimulate interest in newer, proved selection methods by stating requirements for entry and standards for judging to include minimum weight for age (the basis for performance testing of bulls) and by emphasizing record of production classes like produce-of-dam, get-of-sire and sire-Of best-group of carcasses. To prevent dishonesty, age can determined by observing teeth, and parentage can be determined by blood tests or registration certificates. (Conlinued on page 76B) The Florida Cattleiii

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BRANGUS = Beef Profit! ABERDEEN-ANGUS blood for Type, Longevity, and Premium Beef. BRAHMAN blood for Size and Quick growth. For Further Information About This Breed, Contact EASTERN STATES BRANGUS ASSOCIATION Frank Smith, Secretary, 2045 Siesta, Sarasota, Florida INTERNATIONAL BRANGUS BREEDERS ASS'N Livestock Exchange Building, Kansas City, Missouri

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For an investment of around $700 in motors and Norman Erickson, Stratford, Iowa, uses electricity, motors, materials, Art Linder and his son, Paul, of Hartley, augers, switch panels, roughage, and Stilbosol to keep his Iowa, press buttons and feed 250 to 300 cattle in feeding costs at 180 per pound. "It would take us four times 10 to 15 minutes. With Stilbosol in the ration, the as long to feed without our mechanical equipment," Norman Linder cattle average 21/2 to 3 lbs. daily gain. declared. "Stilbosol gives us /3 lb. more daily gain." Roger L. Willrett's mechanical feed-handling system (Malta, Ill.) allows him to deliver his grainroughage ration to 250 head in 10 minutes. "It would take 1/2 hours by hand, 45 minutes by feed wagon," Roger explains. Here's how 6 cattle feeders cut costs These outstanding feeders use new ideas in laborsaving equipment plus high-efficiency Stilbosol rations. by Eugene S. Hahnel i A few flipped switches put grain and roughage on a series of moving belts, which then deliver the final ration to 300 head on the Harold Alfredson farm near Big Rock, Illinois. Mechanization cuts an hour or more hand operation to 15-20 minutes. A circular feed bunk, serviced by a traveling auger mounted in a 9" U-shaped trough, allows Ted Hebert of Pana, Illinois, to push-button feed 100 cattle in 5 minutes. "I think a fellow would be foolish to try and make money feeding cattle without Stilbosol," this efficiency-minded feeder volunteered. Verle Hunt of Ackley, Iowa, with this unique auger tube, can now feed his cattle 6 times faster than before. Verle considers his $700 investment 0 bargain. Stilbosol, too. "We get an extra '/3 lb. gain a day," he says, "and, it fits in well with our laborsaving program." (diethylstilbestrol premix, Lilly) Stilbosol is Eli Lilly and Company's trademark for dielhylstilbestrol premix which is manufactured and sold under exclusive license granted by Iowa State College Research Foundation, Inc., under its U. S. Potent No. 2751303. ELI LILLY AND COMPANY .AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS DIVISION INDIANAPOLIS 6, INDIANA, .4,

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The Brangus Breed Story Is Told Dowdy outlines breed rules by JESSE L. DOWDY Executive Secretary, International Brangus Breeders Association THE BREED was officially recognized by the United States Department of Agriculture, and the name Brangus, meaning an animal, black, polled and 3/8Brahman and 5/8-Angus, was patented to Clear Creek Ranch, Welch, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. American cattle history was made July 29, 1949, when cattlemen from 16 states and Canada met and organized the American Brangus breeders Association. Today we have 845 members in 40 states, Canada, Mexico, Cuba, Australia, Central America and most South American countries. The Association-n o w International Brangus Breeders Association, since February, 1958-has set up certain regulations pertaining to the breeding of Brangus. These rules must be followed, if the animals are to be enrolled, certified or registered. Enrolled animals a r e (foundation stock) Brahman cows or bulls-Angus cows or bulls, used in crossing to produce Brangus (3/8-5/8). Certified animals (intermediate crosses necessary to produce Brangus) are 1/2-bloods, 1/4-bloods, and 3/4 bloods, or Brangus animals which are produced in multiple-sired heids. Registered Brangus (3/8-5/8) a r e those animals which are 3/8 Brahman, 5/8 Angus, solid black, no horns and have passed inspection by the Association inspector as to conformation, color (Continued on page 76D) BRANGUS COWS ...present a combination of 3/8 Brahman-5/8 Angus breeding. Shown here are a group of Brangus brood cows as they survey the photographer. for January, 1960 29 LOOK TO BRANGUS FOR MORE AND BETTER BEEF! Some of our brood cows. We're Building for the Future We are in the process of building our Brangus herd for the future by breeding our excellent foundation cows to the best available bulls. We plan to enlarge our herd by saving nothing but the best heifers as replacement stock. We will only have a limited number of bulls for sale under our progressive management program because they really have to be good to be sold as a bull at Flying S Ranch. Even though we won't have any breeding Brangus stock to sell for some time to come, we'd like to take this opportunity to invite you to stop by the ranch at any time to look over our operation. You're always welcome! Flying S Ran ch Frank Smith, Owner, Phone Rlngling 7-1176 P. 0. Box 5577, Sarasota, Florida RANCH LOCATED 20 MILES EAST OF SARASOTA ON STATE HIGHWAY 780 + Advertise Consistently! + W 1 r c 0 Best on the market for winter feed lot programs. FREE bvl(etin Prepares animals for fast, maximum gains. on it ern a I NON-TOXIC-MINERALIZED TONIC ADDED parasite probTHE PARITROPE CO. leims. Box 5665 Stockyards Station Dept. Kansas City, Mo.

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THESE TWO GO TOGETHER! Portable leads the way again with a chute for every need. Four sizes-14models. Portable Truwate Livestock Scales-just the Sca!es you waited for. Before You Buy, Write: MOGFORD INDUSTRIES Crystal City, Texas Florida's Top Livestock Show Place I)ates: 1960 All.Breed Bull Sale, Jan. 19; 960 SE Ft Stock Show & Sale, Jan. 20_25. Southeastern Fat Stock Show & Sale, Inc. Phone: MA 9-1255-MA 2-7730 OCALA FLORIDA *Advertise! SIZE THAT FLORIDA NEEDS SCALE THAT FLORIDA NEEDS QUALITY THAT FLORIDA NEEDS YOU FIND ALL THREE ONLY IN SHORTHORNS For further information, contact Florida Shorthorn Breeders' Ass'n Mrs. H. L. Smith, Secretary 300 Lake Elbert Drive WINTER HAVEN, FLA. SMITH RANCH ...had the grand champion Shorthorn bull at Jacksonville, shown here with Frank Smith. Shorthorn Show Winners Named SIlORTHORlN WINNERS at Putnam County Fair, Palatka, Hernando County Fair, Brooksville, and the Greater Jacksonville Fair-listed in order by classes, with number of entries in parentheses-were as follows: Polatka All Shorthorn entries were I sy Smith anch. Winter Haven-Junior yearling bulls (Oakwood Watchman was champion) ; Sunmer yearling bulls; Junior bull calves (White Plains chaniIn Was reserve); Senior and junior gran a Il reserve champions; Three bulls: Two-year-ohl heifers (Leader's Ied Iady was champion) Junior yearling heifers; Suniier yearl ing heifers Senior Ili fer calves; junior heifer calves; Seior and junior grand an(I reserve chalp ons: 'Iwo females; Palr of yearlings; Get of sire: get of Lynnwod Headline; Jr. get: (sanie as above). Brooksville Two-year-ols bulls-Il): Ferongra Gold Star (grand champion), Flerongra Acres, Leesburg; Senior yearling bullsI): Ferongra Itosewood (reserve grand champion), Ferongra: Junior yearling hulls(I): ( erongra I .ustre, 1 rongra; 'Thsree Isul Is (I: Ferssngra; 'Tws stills (II: Ferongra; Senior yearling heifers-(I): Creehland lIed lose (grand champion), FVerongra: Junior yearli ng heifers-m(1: Ferongra Candy Bess (reserve grand champion), Ferongra: GweI of sire-(]): Get of Creekland Golden Star, Ferongra; Jacksonuille TwO-year-Old hulls-(1): Jacklen Bank Stanidard (senior charnpion). Jacklen Farms. Plant City; Junior yearling bulls(8): Oakwood Watchman (junior champion aind granl champion I H. 1. & I'. N, Smith, Winter Haven: Allarlis'e Lieutenant, Boll Weevil 'lantation. Waynesboro, Georgia; Calrossie Outlook 2nd, Boll Weevil; Senior yearling bulls(2): Matador (reserve unior champion and reserve grand chamipiain) Boll Weevil; Aberfeldy Ambassador, Sii ith; Senior bull calves-): T1phoon, Boll Weevil; Upson's Ocean Wave 2nd, Boll Weevil; Suprene, Jacklen; Junior hull clv's5): Calrossie Ocean JACKLEN ..Farms showed the grand champion Shorthorn female at Jacksonville, shown with G. W. Ruis at the halter. 30 The Florida Cattleman I SHORTHORN and POLLED SHORTHORN BULLS Red-White-and Roans to be sold at auction First Atlantic All Bull Sale Winchester, Va.-Farmers Livestock Exchange pavilion SAT., FEB., 13, 10:30 a.m. Never before in history has there been as many Shorthorn & Polled Shorthorn bulls offered in this area for both the purebred breeder and the commecial cattleman. All registered. Consigned from the leading breeders from 10 states and Canada. Many from TB Accredited and Bangs Certified herds. Several calfhood vaccinated. For your free catalog and additional information write: H. W. Walker, Sale Manager, 3906 East 71st Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. Phone TI 9-2248. S H ORTHORNS including our senior herd sire LOUADA CHALLENGER, are best at: Loch Leven Farm Howard Simpson, Owner Mount Dora Ph. EV 2-4224 3dvertie! --! Add PO/NtO to your calf crop01OLAI9to your crossbreeding program Write AMERICAN SHORTHORN ASS'NOMAHA 7, NEBRASKA

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RESERVE ...champion bull at Jacksonville was this Boll Weevil entry, shown with H. E. Lyons. Wave 4th, Boll Weevil: Jacklen Ilacination, Jackten; Jacklen Express Mercury, ,tacklen; Group winners were: Get of sire-(3): Get of Cairossie Ocean Wave, Boll Weevil: Wf, Bank Standard, Jacklen; ILynnwood Headline, Smith; Junior get of sire-(3): Get of WL, Bank Standard 8th. Jacklen: Calrossie Ocean Wave, Boll Weevil; t .nnwod Headline, Sintlh; Three bulIs -(4): Boll Weevil; Boll Weevil: ,J aklen: SniithI; 'Iwo bulls-(4): Boll Weevil; Boll Weevil; Jacklen; Jacklen; 'two-year-old heifers-(2): ILo Mar Clipper 12th (senior champion), Boll Weevil; Leader's led tady (reserve senior champion), Smsith; Senior yearling heifers-(]): Grove iRtidge Secret 11M, Smith; Junior yearling heifers-(3): Susanna's tLady Ramsden, Boll Weevil; S.B. Red Clara, Smith; Jacklen Romo Beauty 2nd, Jacklen; Summer yearling heifers-(): Susanna's Secret 2nd (reserve junior champion and reserve grand champion), Boll Weevil; Brownth Betsy 2nd, Boll Weevil; SR Cherry Maid, Smith; Senior heifer calves-(8): Jacklen Queen Beauty (junior champion and grand champion). Jacklen; SiR Broadhooks, Smith; SR led Beauty, Smith; ,Junior heifer calves-(4): Pauline's Juliet, Boll Weevil; Jacklen Rose I'rincess, Jacklen; SR Golden Secret, Smith: Female group winners were: 'I'wo females(4): Jacklen; Boll Weevil; Smith Banch; One pair of yearling; and one heifer-(4): Bolt Weev it; Smiith; Pair of calves(4): Boll Weevil; Jackten; Jacklen; Smith. BOLL WEEVIL ...also had the reserve champion female at Jacksonville, posed by Lyons. "Ku FERONGRA ACRES ...exhibited the top Shorthorn bull at Brooksville, shown with D. A. Story at the halter. for January, 1960 31 Free Information Yes, we'll give you free information on how to set up equipment for supplementary molasses feeding. And, we guarantee expert advice on what NOT to do in setting up such equipment. Our years of experience in the molasses business has taught us all the "don'ts." Sorry molasses can't be free too! But we are at least competitive in that department. And, it doesn't cost to feed molasses, it Pays! Burgner Molasses Company 821 North Canal Street Jacksonville, Florida P. 0. Box 2277 LLOSHORTHORNS POLLED SHORTHORNS QUARTER HORSES J. L. ADAMS, OWNER S A BOX 890 IAR DOTHAN, ALABAMA Polled Shorthorn Bulls ''Breeders Since 1947" Cross your cows with bulls that will make heavier calves and won't drain your pocketbook. Orangewood Stock Farm C. B. Rodenberg, Rt. 2, Box 158, Orlando, Fla. 5 mi. north of Orlando on Hwy. 441, at the Ri-Mar Show torn west and look for my sign. It is only 500 feet off 441 west of the show. Ph. GA 5-6152. Phone ELgin 4-0109 FERONGRA ACRES For SHORTHORNS BREEDING STOCK AVAILABLE Dr. H. D. Young, Owner Ph. STate 7-4324, LEESBURG, FLA. Farm located 3 miles so. of Webster off Hwy 50 Registered Polled Shorthorns OAK HILL FARM Write Mark A. Saunders, Manager, Rt. 1, Box 77, Lloyd, Fla. Form in Leon County 18 miles east of Tallahassee and 4 miles south of Miccosukee on Rt. 59. Rt. 1, Box 77, LLOYD, FLORIDA

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Four Times Champion OAKWOOD WATCHMAN Grand Champion Shorthorn bull at North Florida Fair, Tallahassee, Sumter All Florida Breeders Show, Webster, Putnam County Fair, Palatka, and Greater Jacksonville Fair, Jacksonville. At the recent International Livestock Show at Chicago we top animals: Kickapoo Highland Laird, Kickapoo Orange Cove Maid, Glen Cove Mindy, and Sandoon Princess purchased five Blossom, Glen Norma. Why don't you stop by and inspect our entire herd? SMITH RANCH H. L. & P. N. Smith, Owners Phone CY 3-2930 300 Lake Elbert Drive Garland Snyder and Frank Smith, Herdsmen WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA RANCH FIVE MILES NORTHEAST ON LAKE HAMILTON SHORTHORNS Matured e Acclimated Rugged Commercial Bulls Semen-Tested BEARDSLEY FARMS P. 0. Box 848, Phone YUkon 2-7501 CLEWISTON FLORIDA Florida-type Shorthorns See Us for Good Breeding Stock ASHBOURNE RANCH Owned by Ashbourne Realty & Land Development Corp. Paul Knowles, Mgr_ Phone CR 6 4680 (doy) or CR 6-4808 (niPhn). 341 SE 2D AVE., DELRAY BEACH, FLORIDA Located 3 mi. S. of Delray Road on State Road 7 SHORTHORNS & POLLED SHORTHORNS for sale at reasonable prices. Florida bred and raised bulls. Op en and bred heifers by International Congress Champion, W L Bank Standard 8th. Jacklen Farms Phones: Business 2-4151, Home 3-8091, Farm 3-6588 Keen & Sam Allen Roads, Plant City, Florida PRINTING! Rely on The Cattleman Press for all your printing needs. BOX 891 KISSIMMEE, FLA. Competition Is Keen at Beef Shows THREE OPEN beef cattle shows held in the state during November featured fiv breeds from Florida and out-of-stat ranches. The three shows were: Putnam County Fair, held at Palatka, November 9-14 Hernando County Fair, at Brooksville November 10-14; and the Greater Jack sonville Fair, November 12-21. Breed champions-listed in order by events-were as follows: Palatka Angus-Caroland Bandolier Lad 100, grand champion bull, Caroland Farms, Landrum, South Carolina; Bala. bandella E2, grand champion female Lookout Plantation, Bonifay; Caroland Bandolier Lad 302, reserve grand champion bull, Caroland Farms; Glen-ru Witch 5th, reserve grand champion female, M & M Ranch, Loxahatchee; Palatka Brahmans-ADS Anmmon de Emperor, grand champion bull. A. Duda & Sons, Oviedo; WHS Miss Rex, grand champion female, W. H. Stuart Ranch, Bartow: WHS Esto Imperator, reserve grand champion bull, Stuart: WHS Lad) Esto Imperator, reserve grand champion female, Stuart; Palatka Herefords-LL Larry Domino 93, grand champion bull, L. T. Langford, Plant City; Miss Larry Domino 131, grand champion female, Langford: Creek Heir 71h, reserve grand champion bull. B. N. Kirkland & Sons, Lakeland; Miss Larry Diomino 144, reserve grand chain pion female, Langford; Palatka Shorthorns-A 11 Shorthorn entries were from Smith Ranch, Winter Haven: Oakwood Watchman, grand (Continued on page 98) Here's Your Guide PICTURES OF champions and complete show results of Putnam County Fair Palatka; Hernando County Fair Brooksville; and the Greater Jack sonville Fair may be found in the individual breed sections of tb magazine. You will not find pictures of tll winners at Palatka since the filnsalong with camera and all equipmeh -were stolen from THE CATTLEMA car during the night after picture were taken. The break-in and thel' was committed in Kissimmee hO ever-not Palatka. Your guide for complete result and pictures in this issue is follows: Angus-pages 97A and 97B; Brahman-pages 48D, 49 and 50: Charolais-page 84; Hereford-pages 76 and 76A; Shorthorn-pages 30 and 31. 32 The Florida Cattlell"

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'> ~7. -~ ~A43 e~1 S1V'UdNIW 4t Any way you look at it. Minerals are a Must for Florida Cattle AND, Hector's years of experience in formulating minerals for soils of South Florida is ialnable to your mineral feeding program. MUNEHA MIX TUBES TO MEET YOU NED ector', Soi t oriu ugn e S proved All of these mineral mixtures are highly palatable and phenothiazine can he included in any of them. Phones: 4 9O A DIVISION OF HECTOR SUPPLY CO. 4 B! DEERFIELD BEACH, FLORIDA BRANCH WAREHOUSE at OKEECHOBEE Phone RO 6-1181 S

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NOW AVAILABLE! All in one Bag .the Benefits of PELLETED FEED FLAKED CORN STEAM CRIMPED OATS When You Feed X-TRA-GOOD Pelleted-Flaked 16%, 18% or 20% Protein DAIRY FEEDS 4 GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: CRUDE PROTEIN, not less than. .20.00% CRUDE FAT, not less than. 3.00% CRUDE FIBER, not more than. 8.00% INGREDIENTS: Flaked Corn, Crimped Oats, Soybean Oil Meal, Linseed Oil Meal, Corn Gluten Feed, Wheat Bran, Peanut Meal, Cottonseed Meal, D-Activoted Plant Sterol, (Source of Vitamin D2), Cane Molasses, and 3% X-TraGood Mineral, (Steamed Bone Meal, Calcium Carbonate, Iron Oxide, Salt, Manganese Sulphate, Copper Sulphate, Cobalt Carbonate, Potassium Iodide). FOR BIGGER PROFITS, USE DEPENDABLE QUALITY FEEDS FLORIDA FEED MILLS, INC. 2762 West Beaver Street P. 0. Box 2331 Telephone: EVergreen 8-2608 Jacksonville, Fla. Ocala Bull Sale Slated For Jan.19 IT'LL BE the largest all-bull sale-184 are catalogued in all-in the history of Florida-the best opportunity ever presented to Florida cowmen to satisfy a big share of their bull needs at one event. That's the word from Sale Manager Doug Oswald of Ocala on the 1960 edition of the Ocala Bull Sale on January 19, an event which is sponsored for commercial cattlemen by the Marion County Cattlemen's Association. As usual, all bulls will be graded, this time by a committee composed of: Jay B. Starkey, St. Petersburg; Lat Turner, Sarasota; P. E. Williams, Davenport: Ralph Cellon, Alachua; and Jim Pace, the extension animal husbandman from Gainesville. The 184 bulls entered are consigned by herds from throughout the South. 64 Hereford bulls are in the catalog, 71 Angus, 27 Shorthorns, 15 Brahmans, one Charolais, two Charbray, and one Santa Gertrudis. Bulls will be graded and sifted on Monday, January 18, the day before the sale, and each grade will be stamped on the bull before selling. Grades will be, as in the past, "A," "B." "C" and "D." with the "D" hulls being rejected. Sale time is 12 noon, Tuesday, January 19, and the bulls will be on display all morning. Consignors to the auction include: Herefords-Houston Hereford Farm. Perry, Georgia; Jo-Su-Li Farms, Colquitt, Georgia; Haisten Hereford Ranch, Brundidge, Alabama: Cock 0' Walk Ranch, McIntosh; R. W. Shuman, Plant. City; E. R. Woodbury, Summerfield; Caw Caw Plantation, Orangeburg, South Carolina: Santa Fe River Ranch, Alachua; Circle T Ranch, Clermont: FinCrest Hereford Farm, Raleigh, North Carolina; A. S. Garber, Summerfield; Still House Hollow Farm, Hume, Virginia; 96 Hereford Ranch, Ninety-Six, North Carolina; Angus-Zetrouer's Stock Farm, Micanopy; M and M Ranch, Loxahatchee; 0. D. Huff, McIntosh; Circle R Ranch, Lake City; University of Florida, Gainesville; West Central Florida Experiment Station, Brooksville; Shorthorns-Howard Simpson, Mount Dora; Dr. H. D. Young, Leesburg; Jacklen Farms, Plant City; CF Ranch, Winter Garden: Paul Ragans, Madison; Rowe and Company, Fort Lauderdale; Brahmans-W. H. Stuart, Bartow; Raymon Tucker, Bunnell; Clyde J. Keys, St. Petersburg: Bar D Ranch, Orlando: West Central Florida station: Charolais and Charbray-K Bar Ranch, Zephyrhills; Santa Gertrudis-West Central Florida station. 34 The Florida Cattleman florida 'sF Greatest Sale of Purebred Bulls! 184 Head Catalogued HUNDREDS Of Florida Commercial Cowmen Have Bought Bulls Af These Sales Modeled Af ter The Famed Red Bluff Sale in California "Where Quality Is Plainly Marked"

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OFFERING 184 REGISTERED BULLS! I 'Where Quality Is Plainly Marked' 12 NOON, TUESDAY, JANUARY 19,1960 SOUTHEASTERN LIVESTOCK PAVILION OCALA, FLORIDA All Breeds of Bulls Sell! Herefords Angus Shorthorns Brahmans Charbray Charolais Santa Gertrudis All Bulls Will Be Graded and Sifted the Day Before the Sale and Grades Will Be Stamped on Each of the Bulls Selling Grading Committee This Year Is Composed of: Jay B. Starkey, St. Petersburg; Lat Turner, Sarasota; P. E. Williams, Davenport; Ralph Cellon, Alachua; Jim Pace, Extension Animal Husbandman, Gainesville SPONSORED BY MARION COUNTY CATTLEMEN'S ASSOCIATION For Information Contact D. H. Oswald, Box 603, Ocala, Florida

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We are happy to announce the registration and availability of two more blackstrap molasses mixtures. This gives us a total of four blackstrap molasses mixtures, in addition to our USSC'S HEAVY BLACKSTRAP MOLASSES, namely; "USSC'S UREAFORTIFIED BLACKSTRAP MOLASSES"; "USSC'S PHENOTHIAZINE IN UREA-MINERAL-BLACKSTRAP-MIX NO. 2"; "USSC'S PHENOTHIAZINE IN MINERAL-BLACKSTRAP-MIX NO. 3"; and "USSC'S MINERAL-BLACKSTRAP-MIX No. 4". The following is to assist you in properly evaluating our heavy blackstrap and blackstrap mixes. The Nitrogen-free Extract content in our blackstrap molasses is *64.0%, as compared to 65.3% for ground snapped corn. (T.U.N.): Based on the values in Table 1 of the Appendix of the 22nd Edition of Morrison's "Feeds and Feeding," 5 pounds of USSC'S HEAVY BLACKSTRAP MOLASSES has an equivalent T.D.N. value of 4.33 pounds of a feed mixture consisting of: 1 pound of 41% cottonseed meal and 3.33 pounds of ground snapped corn. 5 pounds of either of our blackstrap molasses mixes, containing urea, has the equivalent T.D.N. value of 4.75 pounds of a feed mixture consisting of: 1 pound of 41 % cottonseed meal and 3.75 pounds of ground snapped corn. : We guarantee a minimum of 7.0% crude protein in our heavy blackstrap molasses which has a Total Digestible Protein of *4.7%. In the blackstrap mixtures containing urea, we guarantee a crude' protein, or protein equivalent, of 15.0% and the estimated Total Digestible Protein is in excess of 11% *Reference: Table No. 1 of Appendix in the 22nd Edition of Morrison's "Feeds and Feeding" Minerals have been added to each of the blackstrap-mineral mixes referred to above (Mixes No. 2, 3 and 4), to the extent that one can reasonably a sume that cattle, consuming 4or 5 pounds of either of these mixtures per day, as, supplement to grass, will be recving their minimum daily requrmet ofeah f the ess;e :ol inerals kmo own to be deficient' in our Florida grasses. However, i n .l-i e ofcblt4 or 5 pound: s of either oftethree mixtures:: would deliver the equivalent of approximately double the daily minimum requirements. In the case: of vitamins, blackstrap molasses is the richest natural source. Set out in table form below, are the: guaranteed minimum content of minerals and vitamins for Blackstrap Mixes No. 2, 3 and 4. GUPRNT~D V~r MUMSREGS EED ITH THE STAT OFFLID MINERALS: Percent VITAMINS: Per Pound Iron (Fe), not less than ...0.02 Thiam ine (B1) ..0.226 Mg.: Calcium (Ca), not less than ..0.85 Riboflavin (B2) .1.02 Mg.: Phosphorus (P), not less than ..0.34 Biotin .0.907 Mg:: Copper (Cu), not less than ..0.005 Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (B6) ..2.44 Mg.: Cobalt (Co), not less than ..0.00002 Pantothenic Acid .10.0 Mg.: M agnesium (Mg), not less than ...0.50 Niacin ...7.7 Mg Manganese (Mn), not less than ..0.001 Vitamin B12 ..0.0035 Mg,. Alum inum (Al), not less than ..0.02 Vitam in C .13.6 Mg: V itam in K ..0.028 Mg. V itam in E .16.3 Int. Units Low-level phenothiazine has been added to both Blackstrap-Mixes No. 2 and 3, at the rate of two grams for each 5 pounds of mix, as an aid in the control of internal parasites. According to researchers, the continuous low-level feeding of from 1-1/2 to 2 grams of phenothiazine per day, prevents the development of eggs and larvae of internal parasites. For the best results, or control of internal parasites, one should drench his cattle with therapeutic doses of phenothiazine. before the inauguration of the continuous low-level feeding. Blackstrap molasses is recognized as the best for livestock, causing cattle to eat more and make more efficient use of the available grass. The heavy concentrated form of our blackstrap makes it possible to provide several day's, or, as much as a week's supply, at one time, in unsheltered troughs and, due to its heavy viscous nature, under normal conditions, cattle will self themselves to reasonable daily consumption. The national market price relationship of blackstrap molasses with other supplements of comparable feed value, is most favorable. Cattlemen of South and Central Florida, have the added advantage of being close to the source of production. The cost of sufficient molasses, to supplY 4 pounds per day, per animal, for a period of 120 days, on an f.o.b. Clewiston basis, would be apprximately $7.00 at today's market price, depending, of course, on the particular mixture selected. During the greater part of the year, and certainly during the winter months, energy, minerals, and, un-. der most conditions, protein, are limiting factors and, during such periods, supplementary feeding iS a must for maximum efficiency in a cattle operation. Our Sales Department will be pleased to quote you our current prices or arrange for transport-truck deliveries at your request, or to supply you an additional information, CLEWISTON Telephone: YUkon 2-1501 FLORIDA

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AT YOUR SERVICE: Complete Production Records! We have complete production records available for your inspection on all Santa Gertrudis born into our herd. Through these records we can give you information about our older animals. We'd be most happy to have you visit the ranch and see these cattle and inspect our records. Let us hear from you! R. D. KEENE LAZY R BAR RANCH Kirby Hancock, Foreman, Phone TI Iden 7-2400 Ranch Located on Boggy Creek Road, Three Miles East of Kissimmee Kissimmee, Florida MEMBER: SANTA GERTRUDIS BREEDERS INTERNATIONAL, FLORIDA SANTA GERTRUDIS ASSOCIATION

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Directory Lists SG Breeders (*) marks Florida Ass'n members ADAMS, JOHN 'T'., Route 1, Box :355, Sarasota (::) BENDIGO, MRS. IRMA L., Route 2, Ft. Myers BLOUNT & HYDE, 637 NE 7111 Street, Pompano Beach, Phone WEbster 3-7558, Bruce B. Blount and Dr. A. Q. Hyde, owners, Bruce B. Blount, manager. Ranch located 2 miles west of State Road 7 at Deerfield Intersection. Herd was established in 1951 and consists of 50 brood cows, with herd sires Titanic and two sons of ''omado. ( ) BIUEFIELDS RANCH, Box 15311, Delray Beach, Stewart and Philip Inglehart, owners. Ranch locate( near Okeechobee, was established in 1941 !) BOWEN, DR. LOUIS I., 1.O. Box 905, Eustis. CANNON'S C-BAR RANCH, R.F.D. San Antonio,. Ranch loca ted one mile east of San Antonio. I). E. Cannon & Son .owners. *) CHRISFIAN, RAYMOND, Rocking C Ranch, Clewiston. (*) CLASS, JACK G., 4290 Fifth Avenue, St. Petersburg (*) COX, NORMAN (See Gulf Coast Farms) CREWS, HARRISON & PAULINR. 117 Dce Boulevard, Auburndale. CROWLEY FARMS, Myakka City, J. 1E. CroWley, owner. ( ; DANIELS, RUSSELL, Oakland Park. () DANNY FARMS. Lake City. W. E. Bishop, manager. I)IAMOND H RANCH, Leesburg, H. C. Hopson & Son, owners. Phones A'I' 7-4123 or S'T 7-1824. Ranch located on State Road 44, seven oiles east of Leesburg. Herd established in 1950. Herd sire is El Toro, bred by Gerald Harrison, Lake Village, Arkansas. (*) EATMON AND SMITH, 800 N.E. 18th Street, Fo,, LaudterdIale. (* ELTROSE FARMS, 209 South Olive Avenue, West Palm Beach. FERNSELL, CHARLES C., 150 Seminole Avenue, West Palm Beach. FLYING J RANCI, Stuart. Jack A. James, owner. FLYING I RANCH, 7500 S.W. 53rd Place, Miami, Phione MOhawk 1-7752. Fred S. Robbins. owner. Ranci nca ted ,4 nile south of Be Il (laCe on State Ioad 811. 4: (Continued on page 46) BEEFY HEIFER .is this Santa Gertrudis female owned by Velbertan Lake Ranch of Odessa. 39 Interested in 1ata jeptpudi? "PICNIC BOY"-our No. 252 This is the Florida bred bull you have been hearing about-the one that has been getting such wide publicity. In the official, government feed trials at Brooksville, as a yearling, he gained 487 pounds in 140 days-32 pounds per day-and was the top bull out of 75 in the test. He was awarded Santa Gertrudis Breeeders International Gain Record certificate Number One. He now heads one of our single sire herds. For Sale We have about 40 young bulls-yearlings-from single sire herds that are now-or soon will be-ready to deliver to your ranch. This is an opportunity for purebred breeders, and commercial cattlemen alike, to select and acquire promising future herd sires. Come see our good SANTA GERTRUDIS CATTLE. S. E. Thatcher PICNIC GROVE AND RANCH, INC. Office: 3002 NE First Court Phone: FRanklin 4-1794 Miami, Florida RANCH AT PICNIC, 18 MILES SOUTH OF PLANT CITY IN HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY L. P. KEEN, MANAGER, Phone Tampa 49-5547 CHARTER MEMBER: Santa Gertrudis Breeders International CHARTER MEMBER: Florida Santa Gertrudis Association Recorded Herd No. 55 + Advertise! + Dr. Roy A. Bair, Ph. D. AGRICULTURAL CONSULTANT Ensilage Production Pasture Problems Ranch Capabilities Advice Soil Fertility Chemical Treatments 0 Research WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA 256 Alhambra Place, Phone JUstice 2-2933 for January, 1960 YOU'LL NET MORE by selling direct to us, due to less shrinkage and less bruising. Let us bid on your cattle. Contact JONES-CHAMBLISS COMPANY 2135 Forest St., Phone ELgin 5-5534 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA SOUTH AND CENTRAL FLORIDA Phone Dick Howell, Bartow 2-6551 NIGhTS OR SUNDAYS Phone A. H. (Fred) Goedert, Jr., Jax FL 9-7001

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We're in a New location BUT We still have the same fine good brood cows and herd sires that produced such good calf crops for us in the Perseverance Ranch operation. Come by and see these fine cattle Ranch is located 1/4 mile South of Belle Glade on State Road 80. FLYING R' RANCH Fred S. Robbins, Owner Phone MOhawk 1-7752 7500 SW 53rd Place Miami, Florida W. S. "Buster" Ingram, Herdsman Hopson Elected by Santa Gertrudis Group Alto Adans, Jr., serves as guest speaker at annual meet; Brooksville bull sale is subject of discussion THE ELECTION of H. C. Hopson as president and approval of a bull sale-to be held after the Brooksville feed trialswere the two main items of business at the annual meeting of Florida Santa Gertrudis Association at Delray Beach, December 2. Florida Cattlemen's Association's immediate past president, Alto Adams, Jr., was a guest at the meeting, which was held at Panuleta Farms, and spoke briefly to the group on the importance of the FCA to all cattlemen and the importance of purebred breeders to commercial cowmen. The slate of officers submitted by the nominating committee was elected unanimously. Along with Hopson,the following officers were elected: W. W. Leavine, vice president; and S. E. Thatcher, treasurer. J. Arthur Pancoast was appointed as secretary, by directors. Six directors were also elected. These included Charles Dempsey, Fred S. Robbins, Harold McLeod, Bruce Blount, Z. H. Patterson and Dick McPherson. During committee reports, the committee in charge of Santa Gertrudis entries in the Brooksville feed trials announced that 48 bulls were on test. Then the idea of having a sale at the conclusion of testing was brought up and discussed. Members agreed to have a committee meet with Experiment Station personnel and try to work out arrangements for a sale. (See story about sale elsewhere in this issue.) The breeders were interested in a sale following the test since the majority of bulls on test are Santa Gertrudis. A poll was taken of members at the meeting to determine how many bulls would be available for such a sale. It was decided that about 35 bulls could be sold. Charles Dempsey was elected to represent the Florida association on the nominating committee of Santa Gertrudis Breeders International. Dempsey reported that he would attend a committee meeting in Texas the following week and planned to recommend that SGBI pay 25 percent of the cost-not to exceed $500-for sending 8-12 Santa Gertrudis cattle to shows at Chicago, Denver, Kansas City and San Francisco. The cattle would be part of a Santa Gertrudis exhibit at these shows. Adams, in discussing the importance of FCA, asked members to take a more active part in the cattlemen's association: "The FCA deals with problems which HARLEY WATSON ..is the proud owner of these fine Santa Gertrudis brood cows. This Arcadia breeder also has a commercial cattle operation located near Canal Point. 40 Te FlridaCattema 40 The Florida Cattleman

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?kndo ,1ah (o qe'tt(udi4 Beef Cattle Offer /AXIMUM EFFICIENCY ,VERALL FLESHING QUALITY RESISTANCE TO HEAT AND PESTS EASY AND GENTLE HANDLING REPOTENCY UGGEDNESS AND HARDINESS OUTSTANDING MILK PRODUCTION AST GAINS ON GRASS ALONE NCREASED DRESSING PERCENTAGES ANGIBLE RETURNS TO THE CATTLEMAN OUND BEEF-PRODUCING PROGRAM A e7 41

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GULF COAST FARMS, INC. The Home of Titanic A Sire You'll Remember! 14 TWO-YEAR-OLD BULLS FOR SALE Sorry, we're out of 3-yearold bulls Gulf Coast Farms, Inc. General Offices: Norman Cox, Pres., Phone EDison 4-4521 Ranch: Harold McLeod, Mgr., Phone OWens 8-2665 Fort Myers, Florida January 10th-February Copy Deadline You can help us get in the mails on time. on the 25th of the month. All news items and all advertising copy should be in our office by the ioth of the month. Advertisers desiring preferred location in the magazine can help their situation, and ours, by sending copy on in advance of this date. Visitors Welcome -Nothing for Sale as Yet BLOUNT & HYDE, Santa Gertrudis Breeders Bruce B. Blount and Dr. A. Q. Hyde 637 NE 7th Street, Pompano Beach, Florida YEARLING .Santa Gertrudis bulls shown here are owned by S. E. Thatch. er's Picnic Grove and Ranch. are common to all cattlemen-commercial or purebred. Problems which now face the cattlemen of the state include tax ation and disease control. The present capital gain setup on breeding stock is due to past efforts of FCA. Now we need the help of everyone on Bangs' eradication. "We appreciate the assistance given by King Ranch and other Santa Gertrudis breeders on the calfhood vaccina. tion program. On this subject, I thinl that anyone who wants test and slaughter should have it but it should not be en. forced on everyone as USDA wants it." "Another problem is selling your pro duct," Adams said. "Bull prices tie in with the price of beef, so commercial and purebred cattlemen can't get too close together," he added. He stated also that money spent for bulls is the most important money a commercial cowman spends. A vote of appreciation for Dempsey and Pancoast was unanimous. Both were lauded for thir hospitality-Dempsey for the Santa Gertrudis field day held at Palmer Ranch in June and Pancoast for hosting the annual meeting. Incoming President Hopson said he would like to add a vote of thanks to Pancoast for a successful past year as president of the association. Everyone agreed. Members decided to wait until the directors meet at the State Fair for dis cussion and selection of a summer meeting site. The meeting was held at Pancoast4 Panuleta Farms near Delray Beach and members had a chance to look over a ne0 type barn and some fine Santa Gertrudis cattle while there. Pond Water Purified By Ultra Violet Ray ULTRA VIOLET energy provides a simple trouble-free means of purifying pond water for household use, according t preliminary tests at the Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station. Studies il dicate that a 15-watt germicidal lamp will purify 1-1/2 to two gallons of water Pel minute. PART-TIME FARMERS may now obtain loans from the FHA if they meet othel eligibility requirements, USDA announ ed in December. The Florida CattlemaW 42

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Production Of Beef in SE Increases Santa Gertrudtis growth good by JIM COMPTON Public Relations, Santa Gertrudis Breeders International THE IAST decade has seen a large increase in beef cattle population in the Southeastern United States. Some of the settings have been strange. Grown-over cotton land, worn-out peanut fields, scanty timber land and many onehorse farms have been turned into ranching operations, practical methods are being used, improvements are being added and beef production in the Southeast is on the move. Though the beef cattle population from Virginia to Florida to Louisiana gained only slightly or none at all in 1958, the years prior since 1948 saw a great trend in movement from the West to the East, particularly during the had drouth years in the West. It is apparent that quantity beef production is permanent in the southeastern area of the United States. Much of the interest in beef production in the states of the Southeast can be attributed to the introduction of purebred Santa Gertrudis herds there. Records of Santa Gertrudis Breeders International reveal a membership of more than 130 in this area. This is an iml)ressive number when it is noted that a decade ago there was probably less than 15 purebred herds. Also, this membership figure does not include breeders in these states who are not members of the association, but have small purebred herds or are using purebred Santa Gertrudis bulls in commercial herds. Santa Gertrudis growth in the Southeast has been excellent. Florida, tor examlple, is second only to Texas in numbers of Santa Gertrudis. The SGBI membership in Florida is at a high anrd breeders there report a continuing demand, both domestic and foreign, for their cattle. Contrary to some belief, the cattle in the Southeast today, particularly Santa Gertrudis, display quality and size comParable to that in the West. This is attri>uted to the renovation and improvement of pastures, improved fertilization, an abundance of new and improved grasses, wise breeding programs and the introduction of cattle adapted to a wide variety of conditions. A tour of Santa Gertrudis ranches in the Southeast is convincing concerning quality of cattle there. The term "weak grass and small bone" as applied to pasSANTA GERTRUDIS are building a bigger and better future for the cattle industry by producing more beef at less cost. These are the type Santa Gertrudis that are doing the job. The bull (above) is one of our sons of IDuke No. 11. He was reserve grand champion at Tampa last year and he also had the top get of sire. The heifer (right) was first in her class at TIampa and showed well at Orlando and Kisinmee. See our show herd at Tainpa, Orlando and KisWE HAVE FOR SALE 10 two-year-old bulls ready for serviee 35 one-year-old heifers Ie/6eta, XAke Ranch MR. & MRS. W. W. LEAVINE Box 178, Odessa, Fla. Phone Tampa WEbster 0-2881 Leonard Godwin, Herdsman RANCH LOCATED ON BOY SCOUT RD., 3 MILES FROM ODESSA P. 0. MEMBEi : Santa Gertrudis Breeders International and Florida Santa Gerirudis Association .---REGISTERED QUARTER HORSES SANTA GERTRUDIS A I\ *iI McDavid Farms Fred McDavid, Owner Phone 2780 BOX 25 BROOKER, FLORIDA Santa Gertrudis Cattle -SI NC E 1941 LITTLE W. M. LAI SNCH IDA + Advertise! + LANDRETH FARMS BREEDERS OF HIGH QUALITY SANTA GERTRUDIS CATTLE See Our Offering of Bulls Cows and Heifers VISITORS WELCOME E. A. Landreth Henry Lovell Owner Manager Route 1, Box 392-Ph. DU 3-3496 EDINBURG, TEXAS for January, 1960 43

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Here is one of our Herd Sires: RED SOX Ill. His Calves appeal both to the Commercial Cattleman and to the Pure Bred Breeder for heir INHERITED rate of gain. RED SOX Ill's Official Rate of Gain at Brooksville 1955-56 test was 3.3 lbs. per day. RED SOX Ill's Calves are true chips off the old block; for instance, in 1958-59 one of his Sons was the highest gaining bull of all Breeds. Now offering Yearling Bulls and Heifers Come see us as customers or friends The gate is open PANULETA FARMS at ARTHUR PANCOAST, Owner, Miami Phone Wilson 7-4662 DELRAY BEACH, CHARLES WOLF, Herdsman, Delray Beach Ph. CRestwood 6-5760 FLORIDA Office located 10 mi. north of Miami, 2 mi. west of U. S. 1 at 751 N.E. 168 St., Uleta Ranch located west of Delray Beach, I mi. South, on Miliary Trail CHARTER MEMBER; SANTA GERTRUDIS BREEDERS INTERNAL; FLORIDA SANTA GERTRUDIS ASSOCIATION SUPPORT THE IT'S ~. WOKN.FRYU Disfinh4,on' ( IJfegr t Route 1 QUALITY SANTA GERTRUDIS CATTLE C. C. PETERS RANCHO GRAN TOROS Lake Wales, Florida I LOCATED THREE MILES WEST OF KISSIMMEE RIVER BRIDGE ON STATE ROAD NUMBER 60 I tures and cattle respectively, does nam hold true. It is often said that many cattlemen from a number of the Latin American countries prefer Southeastere catht because Ihbe' are adapted to semi. tropical conditions of heavy rainfall and high temperatures. In addition to a satisfying demand frn purebred bulls and females, the demand for purebred bulls in the Southeast for use in commercial herds is increasing, ac. cording to breeder reports. One Santa Gertrudis producer in Alabama reports the sale of more thain 100 purebred bulb for use in commercial herds in his gen. eral area. Other reports are comparable. Another reason for the interest shown in the Southeast is that Southeastern breeders themselves are making notable marks in beef cattle circles. Many of these breeders fit and show cattle in live. stock expositions each year, and a num. ber of champions have been produced in past years from Florida, Louisiana, Mis. sissippi and Tennessee. In states where there are no competitive Santa Gertrudis shows at this time, breeders exhibit qual. ity Santa Gertrudis animals. Southeastern cattle are making their mark in performance testing as well as in the show ring. At official tests in Fl1or i da, Alabama, Mississippi and Georgia in 1958, the top gaining bulls were Santa GertrUdis. In Louisiana in 1959, when Santa Gertrudis entered in an official test for the first time, the tol) gaining bull of the test was a Santa Gertrudis. Many Southeastern breeders are conducting "on the ranch" tests. As a means of aiding interested cattlemen and others in becoming better ac. quainted with the breed, many South. eastern cattlemen also hold annual field days at their ranches. Such field days were held in Alabama and Georgia in 1958 and in Florida and North Carolina in 1959. The affiliated associations of Santa Gertrudis Breeders International are responsible for much of the interest increase in the Southeast. These regional state or local organizations are active it the Carolinas, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Tenessee. The beef cattle future, especially tha of the Santa Gertrudis, by all indication appears to be stable and bright. Witl improved cattle, pastures and methods the Southeast will continue to contribute a sizable segment of quality beef need to the cattle industry. A FARMER with 30 or so feeder calves car increase the number to 40 or 50 head without having to spend much 1wn time caring for them, according to study by the University of Minnesota Institute of Agriculture on 59 calll farms. SOME 40 PERCENT of all the jobs in lb U.S. are in agriculture, True D. Morse acting secretary of the National Junio Vegetable Growers Association told thn group at a convention held in Washin ton last month. 44 The Florida Cattleidl

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Lackey Explains SG Species IN THE recently published herd book of Santa Gertrudis Breeders International, the Santa Gertrudis is referred to as a breed within the Species Bos taurus, subspecies B. primigenius, according to SGBI. This reference and accompanying explanatory data was made a part of this permanent publication as information concerning the proper zoological classification of Stana Gertrudis beef cattle, SGBI President Vachel W. Lackey of San Antonio, Texas, points out. He says that the Santa Gertrudis was officially recognized as a pure breed by USDA in 1940. "Compiled by A. 0. Rhoad, King Ranch geneticist and a foremost authority on the breed, the data incorporated into the herd book points out that the Santa Gertrudis had its origin in a Bos taurus X Bos indices cross," Lackey said. He quoted from the book in pointing out that "In a discussion on domestication and origin of breeds of cattle in a recent publication, Chapter 1 of Dairy Cattle Breeding, by Gilmore, J. B. Lippincott and Company, 1952, the Santa Gertrudis breed is classified as belonging to the species B. aurus, subspecies primig('oios. "This authentic zoological classification confirms what breeders have long contended, that the Santa Gertrudis is not a 'red strain of improved Zebu'. It belongs within the Bos taurus, with inherent qualities of high tolerance to tropical climatic conditions." He said that Bos taurus refers to cattle of temperate climate, notably European, origin, while Bos indices refers to the hump cattle of tropical climate, notably India, origin. Bos taurus has two major subspecies, Bos primigenils and Bos longifrons. The former refers to the primitive large ox of Europe and the latter to the smaller somewhat dished face, original cattle of England. It is generally considered that the modern European breeds are the result of various degrees of crossing between these two subspecies. Within Bos indices there are many breeds and some authorities have recognized several subspecies, primarily within the African humped cattle. Meat Schools Set For March 21-25 A SERIES of meat information schools will be held in Florida in March, in cooperation with the National Livestock and Meat Board. The first school is scheduled for Tallahassee on March 21. On four succeeding days schools will be held in Leesburg, Cocoa, Bartow and Sarasota. A FUTURE HERD SIRE AT A GERTRUDIS In The SOUTHEAST As Throughout The Whole World, More and More Cattlemen Are Turning To Santa Gertrudis For Greater Production Yes, more and more cattlemen are turning to Santa Gertrudis. America's first beef breed is firmly established in 44 states of the union and in 39 other countries. There are quality breeding herds in all of the Southern and Southeastern states. Florida is second only to Texas in numbers of Santa Gertrudis. Cattlemen are finding that with Santa Gertrudis they get more pounds of juicy, tender beef, the kind that the housewife wants. They are finding that they can get more pounds from grass alone, that Santa Gertrudis do not need pampering and that they thrive in a variety of environments. In the most recently completed rate of gain test for bulls at a Florida Experiment Station, in which 85 bulls of six breeds were entered the seven top gaining bulls of the test were Santa Gertrudis, eight of the top gaining ten bulls were Santa Gertrudis and 14 of the top 20 were Santa Gertrudis. You too can have your own purebred Santa Gertrudis herd. Write us today for free literature and color photographs. Aw Dept. 7 (K INGSV ILLE J E X-AS for January, 1960 45

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SANTA GERTRUDIS ..bull shown here is a member of Velbertan Lake Ranch's show string. SG Directory (Continued front page 39) GA1 SON. I. I,. (See Sahabo tanch) G tl' IFIN, C. V., riffin G;roves, Inc., Howeyin-th e-Hills. I GUIJl COAST'l FAiMS, P.O. Box 952, Fort Mycrs. (Glt CIast tarimus, Inc. owners. Manager Harold McLeod. Phones El Dison 4 _4521 office) and OWens 8-2665 (ranch). Ranch Ioca ll in Iinc Islan Itadl near Fort Myers. Heal : taI l islheI in 1950. Herd sire is TiIani, tbred by Haynlen ti c'ker, while five bulls br by Gulf Coast are being used in the herd. ( )1 HOPSON, H. C. (See Diamond H Ianch) HUFFSTETT -E ItL ., Inc., E~ustisJORDAN & JORDAN, Box 415, Dade City. KEENEt, R. 1). (See Lazv I Bar Ranch) KENNAD, HAIiOILD) C., 813 Hibiscus, Sebring. LARtKIN, W. M. (See ILittle Everglades lianch) LAZY It BAPl RANCH, Kissimmee, It. I). Keene, owner. Dick McPherson. manager. Kirbv Hancock, foreman. Manch located on Boggy Creek Boraid three miles east of Kissimmee. Phone 'Ilden 7-2400. (:) tLEAVINE, W. W. (See Velbertan Take Ranch) I1FTI EVIRGLADES IANCH, P.O. Box 576, Dade City. W. M. Iarkin, owner. Manch IacIte jist north of aI ade City anid herd wits established in 1941. (*) MASSEY, H. S. (See Stage Coach Ranch) MATIACHA CATTLE COMPANY, 1750 Purdy Avenue. Miami Beach, M. F. I'afford, owner. McDAVID F'AItMS. P.O. Box 25, Brooker, phone 2780. Fred McDavid, owner. tanch located one mile south of Brooker oni State oaiid 235. McP'EAKEI AND BOWE-,N, P.O. Box 1373. Tort Pierce. MON'I'TGOMElY RANCH, P.O. Box 127, Arcadii, T. C. Montgomery, owner. (*) MUIIH Y IFARMS. Lake Worth, Mr. and Mrs. Ilinomas O'Connor, owners. NOIiS CATTlIl E COMPANY, Ocala. O NIL, IIOSCOE 'I' (See Pine Island Mlanch) OItIANDO I IVST'I'OCK COMPANY, Star Houte, Melbourne. I*) PALMER It RANCH, Box 1480, Sarasoita, phone hIngling 6-1106 or WAbash 7-3226. Ranch licaeid just south of Sarasota, Honore and Grace Brown Palmer, owners, Charls 1Dr-sey, manager. 'Tlhe herd was established in 195i and now includes approximately 700 certified purchred and accredited feniales of breeding age. eininles were acquired front smie of the indest andi most outstanding breeders of Santa GeI i-rdis. Chief herd sires are Ilave Maestro and El. I PANCOAST, J. AII1-Ul (See Planuleta larnms) PANCOASTI. JOHN & PETER, Uleta. (:) PANI 1E'I'A F'AItHS, J. Arthur o'inst, awner. IBox 86, Ul'ia, phones Miamni Wilson 7 14662 ltoffice) ir I CIestwood 6-5760 (ranch). Itanch located west of Delray Beach oil Military 'Iril, Herd wias established in 1943 and now includes 200 certified Purebred or accredited females of breeding age. Herd sires include Georgie Porgin, Busy Boy and El Cap Jr. (*) 'ATEIiHSON. Z. H. Box 417. ltradenton, phone 2-8771 I av) or 4-8112 (night), ranch located ,ni Cortez oal. Sires were bred y Palner inch, Goldstone itanch and Harrison ianch. how to Find St Herds 98, onlit 0(15)0--A Each dot on the man indicates the .i approximate location of the adver.110 tiser's farm or ranch. The number next to the dot identifies the advertiser. Mcnp 0numbr Adv-r 1isinj and brG ar ell pag11 101 B!ount & Hyde .42 102 Flying R Ranch .40 103 Gulf Coast Farms.42 104 R. D. Keene.38 L -105 Little Everglades Ranch.,.43 106 McDavid Farms.43 107 Palmer Ranch. .,.48 108 Panuleta Farms .44 109 Rancho Gran Toros .44 110 S. E. Thatcher .39 I11 Velbertan Lake Ranch,.,.,43 112 Harley W atson.47 I'ETEs, C. C. (See lianicho Gran 'I'oros) PICNIC (MOVES AND IANCH. INC., 3002 NI First Court, Miami, phone Flanklin 417-1. S. I, Iatcher. owner, I. I. Keen, ranch inanager, ranch located at Picnic, 18 miles south of Plant City on State toad 19. Herd was established in 1949 and is now cormposed of about 180 certified purebred cows with stock being obtained from J. 'J'. (Jack) Maltsberger, Jr., R~obert H4. Shipp, Bill Larkin, W. S. Parks, Dick Vesper, Itichard King alld Arthur Panconst. (*) PIEl, It. A. (See Slocking I Mianch) PINI ISLAND ItANCH, f12 SW 'IThird Sreet, Miami 32. ltoscoe 'T. 0 Neil, owner. I ) POWEItIL 3tiOtTHIEHS IiANCII, Box 281, Fnort Lauderdale. (:1) ItANCHO GHAN 'T'OIOS, P.F.D. 1, lake Wales, C. C. Peters, owner. Itanch located two miles eirst of the Kissininee Itiver oin State Road t0, herd was established in 1)144 aid now includes 150 feinales of breeding age. Chief sire is Capitan. ROBBINS, RItMD S. (See lving Ii Ranch) ItOBRTitAtS, JAMIS I., P.O. Box 1110, Fort Mvers, hOCK POINI IiANCH, P.O. Box 1177, Melbourne, Bill Nelson, owner and manager. itanch loicated eight ils south of Melbourne un U.S. 1 Herd was established in 1953. (:) RtOC KING It RANCH, ioute 3, Box 467. Dnide City, 1. A. liel, owner and hnonager. Inch lenaled nnn U.S. :01, otnn and one-hinlf miles south of iade City, phone L1Ogan 7-1712. Herd wis established in 1950. I( I SA ABO HANCH, P.O. Box 1599, Sarasohi, It. I. Garrison, owner. Plhon It fIngling 619159 (day) or lilngling 6-3550 (night). Herd wis estAblishned ill 1951. t) ) SAJNDIElS, JOHN I., 480 Pinlnetto Drive, Miami Springs. SNIVFtI.Y, JOHN & PA'TlE, Jlt., Winter Havel. SOWIt 1, 1,. B., Hock Hill IDrive, Temile Terc race. ( SI'AGEI COACH IANCI-, 1-iftI and lorida Aveanu', Dade City, H-. H. Massey, owner. (*) 'I'AUCHItN, I iANK 13. (See 'T'riaingle 'I' aunci IHATCHEIt, S. Et. (See Piennic Groves and Ranch) 'TIUI'ON & IUICKKR It hANCH, Bunnell. (') IOBIER, AttU S'T, 'Iriangle I. Ranch, Lnke Placid. (:! ''OMIN, I OY W., Mountain Lake Park, Lake wales. 'TIANG I E T 1ANCH, ioute 1, Selring, ]"ranii Tanchen, owner. 'TWO V RANCH, Placida, William H., and A. G. Vandernili, owners, Owen A. Keene, manager, phonc Punton Gorda N ltptuine 2-2257. Ranch located om State Road 776 west uf McCall. Herdi wios established in 1951. Old Poll 04, bred bY Worth Wright, ani JPH 303, bred ny Panu leta, are the herd sires. C:) VANIDItBIlIT, AIAFIE) (See 'i'wo V Ranch) VANDEill1', WILIAM H. ISee ''wo V Mulch) VILBIER'TAN lAKE IANCH, Box 178, OIdesa Phone ''amnpa WEbster 0-2881 Mr. and Mr W, W. l.eavine, owners, Lenonard Godtwin, herdsmnan. inch located on Boy Seout Iotid, three miles from Odessa post office. (:) VA''SON. HARLEilY. P.O. Box 69 Arcadie phone WAlnut 8-4591 or WAInut 8-5211. MniS deln Wallis, mnnnager. IhIe ranch, located itml miles east nf Arcadia oni State toad 70, sn' established in 1952 and now contains ,I(11 females of breeding :ge. El TIorzo, Jr., is e hi! herd sire. (I WHIE"AION, -liANK, Itoute 1, Box 233. HallS City. The Florida Cattleman 46

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Classifers Are Tested Periodically Meet with SGBI committee HAVE YOU ever wondered how the classification level of Santa Gertrudis cattle is maintained by Santa Gertrudis Breeders International? Jim Compton, in charge of SGBI's public relations, tells us that the association has met the challenge of this problem by the establishment of a breed improvement committee, with committee members including persons who were active in the drafting and establishment of SGBI's original classification program. He says that this committee periodically meets with SGBI classfiers at a Santa Gertrudis breeder's ranch. During these meetings the classifiers actually inspect a number of cattle of all categories under the observation of the committee. Where there is a difference of opinion between classifiers, the animal or animals in question are discussed at length between the committee members and the classifiers until all are in agreement on the proper classification, Compton explains. At these conferences, classifiers present problems which they have experienced in their field work and each is logically discussed by the committee and classifiers until a definite solution is agreed upon. Compton says that it is by these means that the desired level of classification for the Santa Gertrudis breed is established and is maintained until the committee and classifiers meet again to analyze the classification program. "We feel that these conferences assure breeders of Santa Gertrudis that their cattle will be inspected by classifiers who are thoroughly grounded in all phases of the classification program," Compton pointed out. "This presents classifiers who will make a fair, impartial inspection, and accurately record the results of classification, whether the breeder has has only one animal or a thousand." He pointed with pride to the fact that the Santa Gertrudis classification program has proven over an eight-year period that it is a most satisfactory means of recognizing and accepting individual animals. "Through this program, any Santa Gertrudis animal must stand on its own merits, not on the pedigree or performance of its ancestors," Compton said. "When Santa Gertrudis cattle have been classified, the owner has the assurance that his animals have met the requirements outlined in SGBI's standard of excellence outlined for the breed." for January, 1960 Here are some of the outstanding Santa Gertrudis brood cows you'll see in our herds Now Offering for Sale 1 four-year-old "S" bull 1 two-year-old "4S" bull 6 two-year-old commercial bulls 8 yearling bull calves HIarley Wvatsons Phone WAlnut 8-4591, Box 69, Arcadia G. Madsen Wailis, manager Snta Gain Tested Available at ~Jer1rud~i Service Age Bulls Reasonable Prices. and Heifers Write or pay us a visit soon. MALATCHIE RANCH Mr. and Mrs. Walter T. Forbes, Owners Joe A. Gayle, Manager, P. 0. Box 19, Phone GA 9-1494 PERRY GEORGIA 47 PERRY GEORGIA

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Whether It's or .We're firm believers in CAREFUL SELECTION OF TOP QUALITY BREEDING STOCK Progeny testing, mating proven sires to top quality females, and carefully selecting the outstanding individuals produced from this breeding program for herd replacements is the nucleus of our Santa Gertrudis breeding program here at Palmer Ranch. We're proud of the excellent results that we have obtained through years of exacting selection and progeny testing our cattle and our many satisfied customers are evidence of our success ful approach to the business of supplying the best in beef breeding stock. Certified and Accredited Santa Gertrudis P. O. Box 1480 Phone Ringling 6-1106 or WAbash 7-322V CHARTER MEMBER: SANTA GERTRUDIS BREEDERS INTERNATIONAL AND FLORIDA SANTA GERTRUDIS ASSOCIATION

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Livestock Outlook for 1960 Given Industry ref lects much interest by T. J. CUNHA Head, U. of F. Dep't. of Animal Hsbandry and Nutrition DURING THE past few years the beef cattle industry in Florida has continued to grow in numbers and in quality. During 1956 and 1957, Florida beef cattle numbers increased six percent each year in spite of the fact that beef cattle numhers were decreasing in the United States as a whole. This is indicative of the great interest in the growth of the beef cattle industry in Florida. At the present time, Florida ranks 13th in beef cattle numbers in the United States. It is the second ranking state east of the Mississippi River with Illinois being the only state in this area with more beef cattle than Florida. Thus, we can say that Florida is already an important beef cattle state and all indications are that it will continue to grow in importance as a beef producing area. In the United States, beef cattle numbers have been increasing for the past two years and most likely will increase for a few more years. Eventually this increase will result in an increase in slaughter and a consequent decrease in prices. About 3.5 million head of cattle were added to 1958 herd inventories and it is expected that over five million head were added in 1959. Thus, it is expected that the numbers of cattle slaughtered in 1960 will increase slightly over that in 1959. However, it is also expectedd that average slaughter weights will be slightly lower. Cattlemen will be tempted to sell earlier at lighter weights due to the outlook for slightly lower cattle prices in 1960. Thus, cattle prices in 1960 will depend to a large extent on how much increase in beef slaughter occurs. In the past, prices of finished cattle have usually turned sometime duringthe summer or fall. With the expansion which has occurred in year-round feeding, this seasonal advance in prices has decreased to the point where it is now very small. Thus, feeders should not depend on this seasonal increase in prices. Imports of live animals and meat have risen to the point where in 1959 they amounted to about nine percent of our meat supply. With the upward trend in beef production in the United States, and the outlook for slightly lower prices, imports of cattle and beef will most likely for January, 1960 uy NEW OFFICERS ...were elected by the Lee County Cattlemen's Association at a recent meeting of that group. Shown in the first row, left to right, are: Delbert Osborne, director; Nat Hunter, Jr., state director, Harold McLeod, president; J. L. Carter, vice president; and J. F. Barco, secretary. Shown in the back row are: Brown Austin, treasurer; George Mann, director; Dr. Ben Plummer, Jr., director and immediate past president; and David D. Ireland, a past president and charter member. decline in 1960 although they will still continue at a relatively high level. Cattle fattening in Florida is continuing to develop in various areas of the state. There is a big demand for high quality feeder cattle to go into fattening pastures and for feed lots. This demand should encourage the production of more high quality feeder cattle in Florida in the future. At the present, Florida is still producing only about 20 percent of the beef which it consumes, which grades commercial, standard, good, choice a n of prime. The other 80 percent has to be shipped in from other states. This fact indicates the excellent opportunity which exists for increased cattle fattening in Florida. Much opportunity exists for also developing fattening programs which make use of grass as a large part of the ration used. The increasing land values in Florida are causing some problems for the cattlemen. The present trend in land values and taxation rates indicates that cattlemen will not be able to raise cattle in certain areas of the state and still make a profit. This trend also means that those who raise cattle will need to produce better quality animals as well as produce more beef per acre in order to stay in business. 'This means that better and more efficient production practices such as feeding, breeding, management, marketing, as well as parasite and disease control, will need to be used. The long range outlook for the beef cattle industry is good, since the American consumer likes beef and the population of this country is steadily increasing. Florida and the southeast are also areas which should increase considerably in beef production in the future, since many millions of acres are available for pastures and expansion of beef herds. Florida cattle production could also be increased two or three times just by the use of better production practices. In preparing for the futiture. Florida cattlemen should make ever effort to increase the quality of their cattle and the efficiency of their operation in order to increase their returns and income. The production of hogs has increased for the past. two years. In 1957 the hog population was 88 million head. It increased to 94.7 million in 1958 and it. is estimated that it increased to 104 million in 1959. The 1959 spring pig crop was up 12 percent over 1958. The 1959 fall pig crop is estimated to have been six percent larger than it was a year earlier. The outlook for the 1960 spring pig crop is for it to be about the same or even one or two percent lower than it was in 1959. If this occurs it indicates that the swine producer has stopped increasing hog numbers and that the downturn in hog numbers will begin in 1960. Hog prices will continue lower this winter than they were last year. They may advance slightly next spring or early summer, especially if the spring pig crop is as low as now predicted. If the 1960 spring pig crop is down slightly as now seems probable, hog prices in the last half of 1960 will be close to or a little higher than in 1959. For 1960 as a whole, however, the prices of hogs will probably average a little lower than in 1959. Florida swine producers need to place considerable emphasis on improving the quality of their animals and the efficiency of their operations. Improved practices will include using higher quality meat-type boars, strict culling of low plroducing sows, selection of herd replacement gilts based on large and heavy litters, improved feed supply including proper vitamin, mineral, protein anl antibiotic supplementation, and improved management as well as disease and parasite control. The use of these practices will result in more profitable enterprises. Considerably more attention will also need to be paid to producing a meat type hog since excess fat is not wanted by the consumer. The problem of too much fat in pork is still ono of the most serious faced by the swine indust rv in this country. Because of the waste involved in trimming off the excess fat by the housewife and the fact that people ar' becoming more diet and weight conscious, (Con tii ned on pagla 96) 48A

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PRESSURE CREOSO TED Fence Posts Poles Lumber Many years of hard usage by railroads and utility companies have proven that pressurecreasating prolongs the life of wood three to six times that of untreated wood. Yes, you'll be dollars ahead by replacing with LANCO pressure-creosoted posts. Replace with LANCO postsYour Best Guarantee of Longest Life! The Langdale Company P. 0. Box 980, Phone CHerry 2-7450 VALDOSTA, GEORGIA Latest List Shows New State Committees, Officers of FIA PIESIDENT-J. 0. Pearce, Jr. Okeechobee; First Vice President-Louis Gilbreath, Ocala: Second Vice Presidents-Lat Turner, Sarasota; A. G. Cayson, Blountstown; Secretary-June Gunn, Kissimmee; Treasurer-R. Elmo Griffin, Kissimmee; Honorary Directors-J. F. Sumner, Wimauma; J. A. Landrum, Brooks_ ville; A. C. Wright, Arcadia; Wright Carlton, Fort Pierce; Columbus Fulford, Okeechobee; R. Roberts, Immokalee; S. A. Snyder, St. Augustine; W. F. Tilton, San Mateo; J. R. Hendry, Tampa; W. Henry Folks, Dunnellon. Past Presidents-G. H. Prather, Kissimmee; P. E. Williams, Davenport; Irlo Bronson, Kissimmee; Cushman S. Radebauhg, Orlando; Ben Hill Griffin, Jr., Frostproof; Jay B. Starkey, St. Petersburg; B. J. Alderman, Grandin; J. 0. Pearce, Jr., Okeechobee; Alto Adams, Jr., Fort Pierce. Chairmen and Henbers Of State Connittees AGIZI(UA'TURAL COUNCIL-Ralph Cellon, lt. :3, Gainesville; George Keipfer, Alt., Star loute, Melbourne. BEEF COUNCIL-Ledley Wear, chairman, 1021 Success Ave., Lakeland: George Young, vice chairman, P.O. Box 848, Belle Glade: J. R. Gunn, secretary, Box 646, Kissimmee; I. Elmo Griffin, treasurer, Box 646, Kissininiee; Brown Austin, P.O. Box 711, Ft. Myers; Ned Folks, Box 566, IDLunnellon: Erwin Bryan, Jr., Box 37, Center Hill: V. Elliott Whitehurst, Jr., Williston; Dr. A. Z. Palmer, University of Florida, Gainesville; I r. It. L. Reddish, Alt., University of Floridta, Gainesville; Glenn Woodward, Drawer B, W .Bay Sta., Jacksonville 3: J. 0. Pearce, Jr., Box 251, Okeechobee; Marvin Kahn, Sebring; Lacy G. Thomas, Box 326, Groveland. BRUCELLOSIS-Louis Gilbreath, chairman, Box 608, Ocala; A. M. Bissett, Box 66 Winter Haven; R. IP. Lamont, Oviedo; L. H. Hawkins, It. 1. Box 76, Sarasota: H. I). IRyats, Ft. Ogden; Joe Hilliard, Box 678, Clewiston; Dick Kelly, Box 1020, Stuart; Gerald Cayson, Blountstown; L. B. Nicholson, At 1, Trenton. EXECUTIVE COMMl'ITEE-J. 0. Pearce, Jr., chairman. Box 251, Okeechobee; Louis Gilbreath. Box 608, Ocala; Latimer H. Turner. it. 1. Box 333, Sarasota; Gerald Cayson, Blountstown, J. R. Gun, Box 646, Kissiumee: R. Elmo Griffin, Box 646, Kissinnee; Alto Adams, Jr., Rt. :3, Box 492A, Ft. Pierce; Irlo Bronson, 1304 W. Vine, Kissimmee. FINANCE & BUDGET-'Thomas L. Sloan, chairman, 1033 Orange Ave., Ft. Pierce; Horace Miley, Lithna; Lynan L. Gage, lit. 1, Box 168, St. Augustine; Ralph W. Cellon, Jr., lt. 3, Gainesville: George Kempfer, Star Route, Metbourne; 13. J. Alderman, Grandin; J. W. Lowrey, 447 Sudlltl Ave., Panania City; P. T. "Pat'" Wilson, Box 65, Frostproof; FLOOD-W. B. Barron,. chairman, LaBelle; Lat Maxcy, Frostproof; Gilbert Tucker, lt. 1, Cocoa; Jerry Ross, 1601 Hackney St., Orlando; J. E. (Jack) I rice. Inimokalee; Witliam H. Boyd, lit 1, Box 299, Miami 44; Charles P. Lykes, P.O. Box 2879. Tampa; George H. (ross. Lorida; J. M. Russell, Jr., Wabasso; Nat Hunter, At. 1, Ft. Myers; Jack H. Williamson, Box 72, Indiantown; J. 0. Pearce, Sr., Okeechobee; 0. L. Partin. lit. 1, Kissimmee; Ray Raulerson, Pahokee: Thad Carlton, Box 348, Ft. Pierce; Charles Lee, Oviedo; Elvin Daugharty, lt. 1, DeLand-. FUTURE FINANCE PLANNING-fLatimier H. Turner, chairman, lit. 1, Box 3t3i3t, Sarasota; Gerald Cayson, Blountstown; W. 1). Rberts. Immokalec; Rialpt Ccl Itn. 10. 31. Gainesville; Charles I). L' ykcs. P.O. Box 2879. 'Tamtpa; Pen Hilt Griffin, Jr., P.O. Box :368, Frostproof; Irlo Bronson, 1:304 W. Vine, Kisinomee; Gilbert 'ucker. lit. I. Cocoo: i% C. W. Kidd~er, 316i N.W. Ave. I, Belle Glade. LEGISLATIVE-Murray Harrison, chairman, 314-15th Ave., Palmetto; Charles P. Lykes, P.O. Box 2879, Tampa: Louis Gilbreath, Box 608. Ocala; IrIo Bronson, 1304 W. Vine St., Kissinnice; 1'. T. (Pat) Wilson, Box 65, Frostproof; Ioyle E. Conner, Box 631, Starke; Charles Mor. gao Wewatli tctika. LIVESTOCK BOARD-Halph Celon, chairman lit. 3, Gainesville; Ned Brock, Vernon; 1R. E Bradock, Box 245, Belle Glade; W. 1). Roberts Ininokalee: Ravion F. 'ucker, hit. 1, Bunnell Clyde Hart, li. 1. New Smyrna Beach; L. B. Nicholson, Trenton. MARKE'l'TING-Gilbert Tucker, chairman, lit 1, Cocoa; obert L. Griffin, Box 753, Ft. Pieree Elvin Daugharty, lit. 1, DeLand; Ray Raulerson, Pahokee; Tommy Clay, Box 305, Palatka; W. H, 'Billy' Peeples, Moore Haven; Nat Hunter, Rt. 1, Ft. Myers; Robert W. Maxwell, P.O. Box 693, Umatilla; Ferdinand Luida, Oviedo; L. H. Thonp. son S Main, Gainesville; V. E. Whitehurst, Sr., Witliston; Clarence Mills, Box 811, Ocala. NEW COUNTY UNITS-J. W. Lowrey, chair. man, 447 SudduLth Ave., Panama City; Elbert Zetriouir lit. 1, Micanopy; Pat A. Miller, lRt. 1, Box 18) Starke; George Rogers, Rt. 3, Lake City; Cletus Andrews, Bonifay. PUBLIC RELATIONS-O. W. Dixon, chair. loan, Box 11266, Tampa 10; S. L. Crochet, Clew. iston; C. S. Radebaugh, Jr., It. :3, Ft. Pierce; Louis Gilbreath, Box 608, Ocala; Gilbert Barkkoskie, RIt. 2, Vero Beach; George H. Cross, Lo. rida; John Culbreath, lit. 4, Box 549, Brooksville; 1L. K. Edwards, Irvine. TAX-Latirmer I-I. Turner, chairman, Rt. 1, Box 3;. Sarasota; C. S. Radebaugh, P. 0. Box 1928, Orlando; Irlo Bronson, 1304 W. Vine, Kis. simnee; George Oliver, Box 693, Stuart; W. B. Barron, LaBelle; 11. 1'. Laiont, Oviedo; Ben Hill Griffin, Jr., Box :368, Frostproof: riobert W. Hall, lit. 1, Box 299, Miami 11; Dallas Dort, 3466 Gulfinead Dr., Siesta Key, Sarasota; Janies E. Connor, Brooksville; Alto Adams, Jr., Rt. 3. Box 492A, Ft. Pierce. LIAISON COMMI'ITEE-Dairymien & Cattlemten-Marvin Kahn, Sebring; L. H. "Buck" Hawkins, Rt. 1, Box 76, Sarasota. F lashi Knight Is ISack at flaw Creel TiLE FIRST Quarter Horse stallion to be exported from Florida and return-Flash Knight-formerly owned by Raymon Tucker of Bunnell, and sold to his present owner Dr. Carlos Menendez of Havana and Trenton, New Jersey, a year ago-will be again at Tucker's Haw Creek Ranch standing at stud this winter. He brings back new honors with him reports Tucker. "Flash" was grand champion at our Palatka show before we sold him to Dr. Menendez. While in Cuba, h e was grand champion at the Havana show, Jim Culwell, the Quarter Horse inspector, called him one of the top Quarter Horse studs in the Southeast. He's a very fine horse and we're delighted to have him back at Haw Creek," says Tucker. "Flash" is a grandson of Flying Bob. Tucker believes, however, that he shows a good potential as a sire of using horses as well as short-distance racers. IMPROVED AERIAL application of herbicides to control scrub oak and brush is claimed by researchers at the Oklahoma Experment Station. A new type of spray and spray applicator is used. The new spray is a viscous material. It is applied through a centrifugal spinning disk applicator attached to the airplane. The Florida Cattleman I 48B

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Upcoining Fairs (Continued from page 26) about 1:45 p.m., and junior judging for Manatee County youngsters to follow at 7 p.m.; Adult dairy judging to start at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, January 27, with adult beef judging to follow immediately, probably beginning about 8 p.m. South Florida Fair. THE CATTLE show will be bigger this year than last at the South Florida Fair, which is rapidly developing into one of Florida's major winter expositions, reports Lamar Allen, fair manager. Dates are January 22-30, with dairy cattle to be judged on Saturday, January 23, by T. W. Sparks, the state's assistant extension dairyman, and beef cattle on Thursday, January 28, by Jim Pace, extension animal husbandman. The judging dates and times are tentative, and may be changed by Kent Price, the cattle superintendent and assistant county agent for Palm Beach County. 4-H dairy judging is set-as of press timefor 9:30 a.m., with adult classes at 1 p.m., January 23, and 4-H beef judging is slated for 10 a.m., on January 28, with adult beef classes to follow at 1 p.m. Price says that a selection of both beef and dairy cattle will be on display. The fairgrounds are located on the north side of U.S. 98 (State Road 80), between the turnpike and the junction with U.S. 441, west of West Palm Beach. "Wetproof" walkways and raised areas for tents will make for visitor comfort this year, Allen reports. State Fair. THE NEXT issue of THE CATTLEMAN may not be in your hands prior to the beginning of dairy week at Tampa, which will see not only dairy judging, but also breeding swine and barrow judging, and the fat steer show, prior to beef week. Dairy week starts February 2 (a Tuesday) continuing through February 6, with Beef Week scheduled February 813 inclusive. .Schedule for the first week of the fair is as follows (see the February CATTLEMAN for the second week's schedule): At Tampa (first week) -Youth dairy show, 9 a.m. Tuesday, February 2, with barrow judging starting at the same time, and the certified meat hog contest to start at 9:30 am. Wednesday, Ayrshire judging starting at 8:30, with swine breeding classes to be judged starting at 9 a.m., and Holsteins at 7 p.m.; Thursday, February 4, Jersey judging starting at 8:30 a.m., with fat steer judging slated to begin at 2 p.m., and judgIng of Guernsey hull and get classes at 3 p.m.; Friday morning, February 5, 8:30 am. Guernsey cow class judging followed at 1 p.m. by the Florida Fat Stock Sale, and at 7:30 p.m. by an Ayrshire sale. Saturday, February 6, will see FFA team judging, starting at 9 ani The second week will he devoted to beef cattle, and schedule will be announced next issue. for January, 1960 48C P. 0. BOX 1051 BRAHMANS The Foundation For Florida's Beef Industry For information about Brahnmans and Brahman Hybrids Contact: K. Lyons, Secretary Livestock Exchange Building, Kissimmee, Fla. REGISTERED BRAHMANS OXLEY FARMS W. E. Oxley, Owner Rt. 1, Box 116, Phone 3477 BROOKSVILLE FLORIDA OCALA, RORIDA PHONE MA 2-7151 Registered Brahman Cattle J. K. STUART BARTOW FLORIDA BRAHMANS For Sale At All Times C 0 ---7'1 6-8221 KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA BEEFY BRAHMANS .. We're proud that our registered Brahmans represent some of America's best bloodlines and we invite you to come by to see our herd. Offering purebred animals for sale at all times. GICL.E RANCH Ranch at Samsula Phone GArden 8-2892 New Smyrna Beach, Florida Conformation Weight for Age Bone Development Norris-bred Yearling Bull Offering Purebred Brahmans with A Combination of the Best Blood Lines 11104 CATTLE COMPANY

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Breeding Age Charbra Bulls 3/4 Charolais by 1 4 Brahman bulls for sale, the majority of which are the sons and also grandsons of two of the outstanding bulls of the Charolais breed. If you are interested in heavier weaning weights, heavier bone, superior gaining and feed converson ability, then you should be interested in these bulls. UNITED STATES SUGAR CORPORATION CLEWISTON, FLORIDA for BEEF-TYPE BRAHMANS Clyie ) J4 i BRAHMAN RANCH Phone 7-5119 20-11th Street South ST. PETERSBURG FLORIDA PUREBRED BRAHMANS featuring more flesh, stronger bone, larger size, with gentle dispositions A .Dda & Sons a C o C 0 A, F L OR Phone: 14E 6-3966 TELEPHONE YUKON 2-1501 Registered BRAHMAN CATTLE We H. STUART Phone CApital 3-4727 BARTOW 0 FLORIDA HYBRID BRAHMANS e BRANGUS BEEFMASTER CATTLE Roping and Riding Horses 0 yHarvey 'Red' Martin, Manager Phone Boca Raton 9559 or 9519 Route 1, Box 1654, Pompano Beach, Fla. Subscribe to the Florida Cattleman Thank You. for your overwhelming acceptance of Nolin's Improved Louisiana White Clover More of this Superior Clover was sold in F!orida this Fall than any other strain of White clover. Still there was not enough seed to meet the terrific demand. PLACE YOUR ORDER with your seed dealer EARLY next fall! FLORIDA SEED & FEED COMPANY Ocala, Florida CHAMPION ...Brahman bull at Jack. sonville is posed by Clyde Goudeau, owned by A. Duda and Sons. Brahmlimint Shtow Champs Picked BiRAIMAN WINNEEs at Putnam County Fair, Palatka, Hernando County Fair, Brotoksville, and the Greater Jacksonville Fair-listed in order by classes, with number of entries in parentheses-were as follows: Palatka Aged bulls-(2): AIDS Ammon (il Emperor (senior chamiion and grani champion), A. Duda & Sons: WHS Esto Iiperator (reserve champion, V. I-1. Sluar: Iwo-year-old lnllsi: XVHS t:5it ( reserve senior elianipion)I, Sloarn: A 1S Hampton de Inieprator, IDuda: ar 1) An tonio Manso, T. M. I)eal, Orlando; Senior yearling bulls-(2): liar 1) Emperor Manso eal: AI)S Martin de Eminperor. I uda: Junior yearling Iulls(5): I.S Van Ilorn Manso (reserve ijniOr chaMpion) I eal; ADS Spear Dunson, InUda; WHS OsCeola, Stuart; Soinmer yearling bilIs-(5): Keys Dano Manso Jr. (junior chanipion), Clyde J. Keys, St. I'etelrsbUrg; ADS Sherburne de 'mIllperor, I ldia: WIHS Ilfilas Imperator, Stuart: Senior bull (alves-(]): Bar 1) I)unning Emperor, IDeal; junior bull calves(o): EORld Lavaco King, Ileal; onregisteredil Duda, unregistered, Iuda; Two bulls bred and owneI by exhlibilor-(5): Stuari : DlLIda; I unda; Aged cows-(4): WIS I ady Esto Imperator (reserve senior champion and reserve chiamnpio), Stuart; A) (ue"n de Milni so I"Idna G-ergie Manso, Ileal ; I''wo-year-olds-G): WHS Miss Irex (senior champion and grand chamipion), Stuar: AIS Eipress de Manso 972, 1nda ; Keys Miss litno Manso. Keys: Senor yea]r'lgsO ): ER princess 1,'ynelte, Ieal; junior yearlings7): AlS Enlpress de Manso 93 I ( junior championn. I Loui; WHS Iexie ipo tlerator (reserve junior champion), Stuart; Keys Miss liano Manso 823, Keys; Suninier yearlings-(2): Keys Miss lesoto Manso jr. 870, Keys: WHS Lady Esto Imperaltor 602, Stuart; Senior heifer calves(l: Bar I) LawlV I) I mipres-s 172, I )cl: Iu .r hife r calves1: I O DIIliy lIes Aher 2114, I)oal; Unregisord. I)LAuii unregistireit I)ldt Group winners were: Two females bred 11n1d wned iy exstiitor-(5): Stuart: I uda; Kes I'air of vearlings-(6): I iuda: Stuart; Keys; Pilr Of calves--(I): IDeal; Inuda: IDLla; Get of sire(:I): get of sto Iiperator 270, Stuart: JDH Ilano Manso 57715, Keys: AI)S I'ampa t de Eperor (;(i, 1 bud:; I'rodloCe of dlolm: Keys: Brooks ule Aged cows-(4): WIS ItdY fsto Imiperatr 268/1 grandd C-haiiiliiorin), W. H-. Stuar111t Handh, RESERVE ...champion female at Jacksonville was exhibited by W. I Stuart, shown here with W. B. Hayes, 48D The Florida Cattleman

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DUDA ...also had the reserve champion bull at Jacksonville, shown here with Goudeau at the halter. GOUDEAU ..poses Duda's grand champion female at Jacksonville, also grand champion at Tallahassee. Bartow; Two-year-old bulls-(1): WHS Cornelius lmlperator 369/1 (reserve grand champion), Stuart; Junior yearling bulls-(): WHS Abco Imperator 484/I, Stuart Suniner yearling Iulls _():WH Cornelius Inipralor 447 /1, Stuart; Junior bull calves-1): WIS Chunko Manso, Lucious Carter, Bushnell; Two bulls-(1): Stuart; Two-year-old heifers-0I: Lad v Cornelius Innperator 44"1 grand champion), Stuart: Junior yearling heifers-(1): I .aty Cornelius lInperator 457/1 (reserve grand champion), Stuart; Summier yearling lheifers-(1): Lady Ulfilas Imperator 603/1, Stuart: Group winners were: Get of sire-(1): Get of Billy's Inperator 5th, Stuart; Pair of yearlings(2): Stuart; Stuart; Jacksonville Aged bulls-(1): ADS Amnmon tie Emperor, (senior chaipion and grand champion), A. Duda & Sons, Cocoa; WHS Cornelius 268/1, W. H. Stuart, Bartow; WI-IS Esto Imperator 122/1, Stuart; Two-year-old bulls-(6): ADS Hamnpt,,n tie Imperat,,r ( reser-ye senior esaniitn and reserve grandly chamioin) Duda; WH-S Esto 340/1, Stuart; Keys Bano Manso 709, Clyde J. Keys, St. Peterstiurg; Senior yearling bulls(3): Bar 1 Emperor Manso 151, T. M. Deal, Orlando; WHS Cornelius linperator 447/1, Stuart; ADS Martin tIe Emperor, Duda; Junior yearling bulls(6): LIS Van Dorn Manso 306 (junior champion). Deal; ADS Spere IDuson (reserve junior champion), IDuda; WHS Osceola Imper.itor 471/1, Stuart; Summer yearling buls-(4): Keys Bano, Manso Jr. 829, Keys: ADS Sherburne de Em'peror, Duda; WHS Ulfilis Imperator 07 /t, Stuart; Senior bult calves: Bar 1) Dunning EiiSTUART ...showed champion bull at Brooksville, shown here with Hayes at the halter. for January, 1960 49 PLAN NOW TO ATTEND. NATIONAL BRAHMAN SHOW AND INTERNATIONAL SALE March 11-15, 1960 LSU Pavilion BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA $6,440 Total Premiums! No where in America will you see so much ROYAL Brahman blood assembled under one roof. It's the opportunity of the year. See the cream of the Brahman breed from the leading herds in the U.S. at the 1960 National Brahman Show. JUDGING: Monday, Mar. 14, 9 A.M. 50 Brahmans To Sell! Bulls and Females-From some of the most soughtafter families in America today. Its the Brahman Sale with Universal Appeal. This offering has been carefully selected for breeding and individuality. You can buy TOP cattle from TOP herds in the U.S. at this ONE Sale. For catalog, write Lock Paret, Jr., Box 531, Lake Charles, La. SALE: Monday, Mar. 14, 4:00 P.M. Sponsored By Louisiana Brahman Association BRAHMAN ASSOCIATION and American Brahman Breeders Association Imperator and Manso BreedingTom Chaires & Son Registered Brahmans Phones: 2-8191 (office) or 44443 BRADENTON FLORIDA Subscribe Now! Breeders of Brahman Cattle BAR SEVEN RANCH MRS. PAT JOHNSTON AND SON Phone TI 6-2871, TI 6-8857 Kissimmee, Florida 5--l AME RKCAN BRAHMANS .have added billions of pounds to the world's beef supply! Investigate profit the Brahman way Write for FREE details & pictures AME R1 ICA N BRA H MAN_ BREE-DERS ASSOCIATION 4815 GULF FREEWAY HOUSTON 23, TEXA$

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We Topped The Georgia Hereford Ass'n Bull Sale! One of our bulls topped the recent Georgia Hereford Association Bull Sale at Albany on a bid of $850. We had an overall average of $628 on four bulls, while the sale averaged $330 on 74 lots. Thanks We would like to extend our thanks to the following cattlemen who have recently purchased Jo-Su-Li bulls: Tommy Sloan, Ft. Pierce; A. Duda and Sons, Cocoa; Ross' Rolling Acres Ranch, Clermont; Henry Bernard, Lutz. SEE OUR 3 PRODUCTION TESTED HEREFORD SIGNED TO THE OCALA BULL SALE JANUARY BULLS CON19. SCOLQUITT* Clarence Cross Owner N PU NUN PEW Phone 3637 Ralph Thompson Show Herd REGISTERED HEREFORDS Polled and Horned Breeding Stock for Sale R. A. Woodall Do Be Ja Ranch 4910 26th St. West Bradenton, Fla. Phone 6-7005 Featuring Top Polled Herefords HERD SIRES: Windsweep Victor (Zit), WS Vivtor Perfect, GPH Don Perfect 30th, WS Beau Perfect 1st, RH Victor Mischief Ben and Jane Smith. Owners WINDSWEEP FARM Thomaston Georgia John Wolf Breeding Herd Spring Hammock lIEREFOUDS F. M. PEMBLE Phone STate 7-4993 LEESBURG, FLORIDA LW M Ranch Weight for Age E. D. Gregory, Owner Phone POplar 54260 4 a-jinRoute 1, Box 1390 F Dmnsmrore, Fla. -& LEEWARD FARMS Boyd Williams, Manager Phone MArion 2-8639, Rt. 2, Box 40, OCALA, FLORIDA Located six miles southwest of Ocala on Highway 200 peror 172, Deal: Junior calves-(3): E t,noro King 281, Deal; Ol rc g Deal; EOl? Loroco King 474, Deal: Group winners were: Two bulls 5): Duda Stuart; Iua: Get of sire II : get of Eth Imp. 970. Stuart; Billy 's 1m. 5th, Stuart; JDH Blao Mano.o Keys: Aged cows-W 4 ADS Queen de Manso 804,, Duda; WHS L~ady Esto Imperator 256 /1, Stoart Georgia Manso ")92, Deal; 'I'wu-year-old heifer, WHS Lady Abeo 4445a-. -7): AlS Empress de Manso 975/0 (seluar champion and grand champion), Duda; WIHS l ady Abeo 444/1 (reserve senior champion and reserve grand champion), Stuart; WHS Mis Rex 439/1, Stuart; Junior yearling heifersIt) EOlR Princess Faynette 222, Deal; Junior year. ing heifers horn after recmnher 1i, 19577 ADS Ernaress deo Manso 938/1 (junior champion) Duda; AI)S Duson's Lady Alma, Duda; WHs Rexie linoerator 485/1. Stuart; Sunmer year. lng heifers-): WHS Lady Esto imperate 602/1, Stuart: Keys Miss Resoto Manso Jr, 870, Keys: WHS Lady Ulfilas 603/1, Stuart: Senior heifer calves-Il): Bar D Lady 1) Em press 172, Deal; Junior calves-1);: EORI Lady Rex Aber 214 (reserve junior champion, lea: II All Duda:; IRAF) .D uda; TIwo fenales-(5): Duda; Stuart; Stuart; Pair of yearlingJ(6): Duda; Duda; Keys; Pair of calves-(4): Deal; Duda; Deal; Produce of da -(I): Keys. le-reford Ass'n Directors Meet A DISCUSSION of association sales was the main item of business during the recent meeting of directors of the Florida Here. ford Association at President John Cul breath's Bar-Bet Farms in Brooksville. Directors discussed plans for a bigger and better annual Hereford bull sale to be held at Webster next year and decided that a grading committee will grade next year's consignment and will also set the sale order, instead of consignors drawing lots for their sale order. It was also decided the association', annual spring show and sale will be held at Ocala during the first part of March Culbreath said that the definite date will be announced in the near future. Directors present at the meeting in. cluded: F. A. Cockrill, McIntosh; Frank Pemble, Leesburg; T. Noble Brown, Webster; L. T. Langford, Plant City; George Zellner, Floral City; C. W. Quinn, Jacksonville; E. D. Gregory, Dinsmore; and Culbreath. DESPITE A growing threat from agricultural pests due to increasing world and domestic travel, crops and livestock in the U.S. continued in 1959 to benefit from the best plant and animal quarantine services available in the world, according to USDA. Federal and state regulatory agencies, supported by research findings and improved farm management, intensified their efforts to keep ut foreign pests. ONE OF the strongest Hereford breeding shows in recent years highlighted the American Royal Livestock Show. Chan. pionships in the Register of Merit event were divided among four breeders front Oklahoma and Texas. PUREBRED HEREFORD breeders across the nation bolstered their position as America's leading beef breed by recording 487,883 calves during the past fiscal year. The Florida Cattleman I 150

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0 0 0 Featuring the Get of our Senior Sires EER VICTOR DOMINO 15th by EER Victor Domino 22nd CA BEAU PRINCE by EER Prince Mischief Featuring the Service of DOMESTIC VICTOR 1958 Southeastern Fair Champion CA VICTOR ANXIETY 34th 1959 Southeastern Fair Champion S.1iZ 10 BULLS & 50 FEMALES POLLED HEREFORDS CARRYING PREFERRED PEDIGREES AND QUALITY Be sure to note cjr 12 entries in the Georgia Hereford Association Bull Sale at Albany, on December I1th! All carry good pedigrees, not too much fat, but plenty of ruggedness and age that make them all ready now for heavy service. CIRCLE RANCH Sandersville,( Georgia Mr. and Mrs. J. C, Archer Owners Ph: 2291 -Sandersville, Ga. Bruce Purdy, Manager Ph: 3762 -Worthen, Ga. Jimmy Van Meter, Herdsman Amos Swafford, Asst. Herdsman

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HOw GREEN MY PASTURES Most Florida Cattleman know greener pastures reap golden profits. And you'll find that most successful cattleman depend on Florida's favorite-F.F.F. Brand, to enrich and re-vitalize their pastures to a profitable, new high! Instant-spreading FLORIDA FAVORITE FERTILIZER does the job beter-yet, costs no more! It actually pays for itself in enriched soil-even helps successive crops get a better start! Start reaping golden rewards from greener pastures! Get on-the-spot delivery of economical FLORIDA FAVORITE FERTILIZER! CITRUS GROVES FIELD CROPS PASTURE GRASS TRUCK FARMS 4 P favorite fertilizer Ph. MUtua 2-2153, P.O Box 912 Lakeland Fla Advertise Consistently! + CHUTES and TRUCK BODIES for CATTLEMEN A The E-Z squeeze chute has these major features: (1) It can be used for all size animals, with both sides squeezing, and the sides easily movable to provide more or tess space; 2) Alt side baors drop down-but are secured so they can't get lost; (3) Floor is cleated to prevent slipping, and there's a blind at the front end so cattle won't attempt to jump out; (4) There are several special features: a drenching pulley, leg catching hook, and a rocking tail gate with off-center spring which holds it both open and shut, but requires no latches. On special order we also make left-handed chutes. We also build standard size cow bodies-14, 16 I18's. For easy loading and unloading, the complete tailgate is removable. Rack is bolted to flatbed for easy removing and to prevent noise. --.INGLE IRO WORKS Phone: EV 6-3291 Owners, Jim Haynes and L. E. Selph, Jr. Box 525, Sebring, Florida CONGRESSMAN .Paul G. Rogers (standing) addresses group at dedication of Corkscrew Experimental Forest. Corkscrew Forest s Dedicated THE CORKSCREw Experimental Forest a 4000-acre tract in Collier County or Highway 82 between Fort Myers an Immokalee, was dedicated recently an made available for research to the U.S Forest Service by the Atlantic Land and Improvement Company, a subsidiary of the ACL Railroad. The tract contains more than 200( acres of planted slash pine ranging to 1 years old, and the remainder is cutove flatwoods. It will serve as a field labora tory for forest, range, wildlife and water problems under cooperative agreement with the Southeastern Forest Experi, ment Station, USDA. Karl Wenger of' Lake City, leader o! the Forest Service Research Center, tolr a large crowd attending the dedicatio that the research to be conducted at th forest will include planting problems costs and returns from raising trees, hoe to harvest timber, and the effects of fin on tree growth; which will be helpful ir solving the many problems faced by cai tlemen and other landowners who gron both trees and beef on their land. Representing the Florida Cattlemeni Association was W. D. Roberts of Immo kalee. Many landowners and representatives of companies concerned with lanM management in south Florida attended with officials from a number of state an federal agencies. Congressman Paul 6 Rogers, of the Sixth Congressional Dis trict of Florida, was one of the princita speakers at the experimental forest ded cation services. Winners Announced In Soil Saving Test FLORIDA WINNERS of the 12th annual so5 conservation contest sponsored by th' Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company an B. J. Sweat of Balm, chosen as re presentative of Hillsborough Soil Con servation District, and Robert F. Derist of Tampa. The prize for both was a foit day vacation in Arizona's Valley of thl Ssil. 52 The Florida Cattlemar

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IN, COCK O' WALK'S 220 Head, 165 Lots DOUBLE-REGISTERED 'NONE BETTER' (eaturinf CMR BREEDING 140 LOTS CARRY CMR BREEDING! at the new, modern, sanitary quarter-million dollar GAINESVILLE LIVESTOCK MKT. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA 10:30 A.M., SATURDAY, JANUARY 16TH, 1960 For PLAN TO ATTEND Catalogue, Santa Fe River Ranch "Sunshine Sale," Alachua, Florida, January 9th Write Todiwav Acres "First Annual Sale" to LOCK 0' WALK ANCH McINTOSH, FLORIDA A Fully Certified Herd. Selling: 90 Young Brood Cows (2 to 6 Years Old) 20 Bred Heifers. 30 Open Heifers. 25 Bulls. 55 Calves. Total: 220 Head. Montgomery, Alabama, January 11th OfiePne:1"~i Residence Phone22:

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COCK 0' WALK'S GAINESVILLE LIVESTOCK MARKET, 10:30 A.M., SAT., JANUARY 16TH SALE INFORMATION CERTIFIED HERD Cock o' Walk Ranch is state and USDA Accredited. T. B. Certificate No. 21-58, Brucellosis No. 421. any state and any herd. 220 Head (165 Lots) All animals will be retested within 30 days prior to the sale. Young Brood Cows (2-6 years old) .90 Bred Heifers .20 Open Heifers ..30 B ulls .......................2 5 REGISTRATION CERTIFICATES Calves .55 All animals over six months of age are registered in Total Heal Selling .2.2. 0 both the American Polled Hereford Association and the American Hereford Association. Certificates of both associations will be transferred by us to the purchaser at no additional cost. GUESTS AND REPRESENTATIVES Mr. Don Chittenden, Secretary ..American Polled Hereford Association INSURANCE Mr. Paul Aycock .American Polled Hereford Association Representatives of insurance companies will be availMr. John Culbreath, President ..Florida Hereford Association able to take care of your insurance needs. Mr. M. P. Moore, Post President ..American Polled Hereford Association Mr. Dave Wainer, Director ..American Polled Hereford Ass'n Mr. Bill Miller .American Hereford Association TRANSPORTATION Mr. A. D. Davis, Director .E. Polled Hereford Association Dr. T. J. Cunha ..University of Florida Reliable truckers will be available for making deMr. E. D. Gregory, Vice President .Florida Hereford Ass'n Mr. W .E. Aycock ..Moultrie, Georgia Mr. Gary N. Brown .The Florida Cattlemn Mr. B. L. "Bo" Swilley .Polled Hereford World FO O D Mr. Milton Plumb .Tampa Tribune There will be food available all during the sale. Mr. Frazier Biggs .American Hereford Journal Mr. Phil Sanders .Livestock Breeder Journal Mr. Ray Brockinton ...Macon, Georgia Mr. Wm. A. McGregor ....Ranch and Livestock Div., Atlantic AUCTIONEERS Insurance Underwriters Col. Jewett Fulkerson Col. A. W. "Ham" Hamilton VETERINARIAN Col. B. L. "Bo" Swilley Dr. W. C. Holland, Gainesville, Florida

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Cock o' Walk's 'Cream o' Crop' Dispersal GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, JANUARY 16th, 1960 CMR REAL LARRY IST CATALOGUED AS REFERENCE SIRE "A" CMR Real Larry 1st won more top awards than any other in CMR's 1956-57 show string: Grand champion Arkansas, 1st Mid-South at Memphis, 1st Tennessee, 3d American Royal. His dam's grandsire and granddam were both National Champions. 24 of his daughters and nine sons are offered in this sale. 28 cows in this sale carry his service. RCR ADVANCED LARRY 19TH CATALOGUED AS REFERENCE SIRE "B" His sire, RCR Advance Larry, sold to T. Alpin, Santa Rosa, California, for $18,500 in the RCR Dispersal where four of his half-brothers averaged $6850 each and four half-sisters $2100 each. 29 of his daughters and seven sons are being offered in this sale. MISCHIEF DOMINO R 21ST CATALOGUED AS REFERENCE SIRE "C" Grand Champion at Knoxville in 1954, this bull sold as a yearling for $3000. He has proven to be an excellent herd sire for us. Now he's doing a top herd sire job for Mr. and Mrs. D. Kromhout, White Face Acres, Vero Beach, Florida. 41 daughters and nine sons are being offered in this sale. The Reason for This Auction Sale Part of the Cock o' Walk Ranch has been sold, necessitating the reduction of our herd. Rather than have a reduction sale, we are offering a "Cream o' Crop" Dispersal of all our females six years of age and younger, along with 25 bulls. FOR CATALOGUE, WRITE: COCK 0' WALK RANCH, McINTOSH, FLORIDA

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COCK 0' WALK'S 'CREAM 0' CROP' DISPERSAL, JAN. 16, 1960 CVH Duchess Mischief 2d (dam of Lot 1) LOT I LOT 5 BULL CWR Domino Bell P-10099411-1030159 Calved August 9, 1957 Tattoo RE 760 LE 760 (Avdv Anxiety Dom fCMR Anx Domino 34 P CWR Anx Domino 7 1 7249675-592177 l~ra Mae 1 P8450783-715458 Miss It Anxiety I [Junior Anxiety 1) I 4794041-272518 1 Miss It Domino 35 P IC Rollo Domino 2 fCMR Rollo Dom 1 : P Belle Rollino 2 I 4851796-281933 IPerfection Belle H P8535644-752236 Belle Domino 40 I Real Plato Domino 1) 1 3842656-206780 lBelle Domino 36 P CMR breeding both top and bottom. Now ready for heavy service. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Dam selling as Lot 100. LOT 6 BULL CWR Misc Domino 23 P-10099409-1046778 Calved July 13, 1957 Tatoo RE 755 LE 755 ICMR Mischf Dom 34 [CMR Bollo Dom 12 P Mischief Domino It 21 I 5357144-316111 1Iollo's Bluebonnet P 1'7547034-577711 'CMR Dominette 43 fCircle M Adv Dom P 1 3998688-207253 [Celia Domino P lGJ Plato Aster 4 IPlato Aster 35 P Miss Aster A 35 1 5880932-37412:3 Mississippi Lassie H P8614721-712116 [ Miss Royal M Domino [Royal Beau D P 1 5503142-333870 lT Mellow Donna 2 P Has size, scale and substance. Could be just the bull to improve your herd. CMR and Plato Astor Cross. All 14 ancestors Polled. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Dam selling as Lot 99. BULL I LOT 7 CWR Misc Domino 41 P-10243091-1074458 Calved Jan. 16, 1958 Tattoo RE 815 LE 815 [CMR Mischf Dom 34 [CMR Rollo Dorn 12 P Mischief Domino R 21 f 5357144-316111 Bollo's Bluebonnet 1' P7547034-577711 1 CMR Dominette 43 [Circle M Adv Dom P I 399888-20725: [Celia Domino P CVH Domestic Misch 1 [Domino Mischief P CVH Duchess Misch 2 4952947-286320 lReal Duchess 24 1' 6121168-401432 ALF Rosalie 4 lBattle Domino 37 H 4387162-245167 [Miss Domino III P An outstanding son of Mischief Domino R 21st out of CVH Duchess Misch 2nd, Champion Female Atlanta 1951 and sold as a heifer for $2,675. This young bull is truly a Herd Sire prospect. Should be an excellent dehorner as 13 of 14 ancestors are Polled. Officially calfhood vaccinated. LOT 2 BULL CWR Advd Larry 50 P-10129851-1044208 Calved November 26, 1957 Tattoo RE 775 LE 771 [RCR Advanced Larry ICMIR Adv Domino 61 P RCR Advd Larry 19 I 5952953-414751 1Bama L Domino 32 P P7514200-566134 AMiss R Anxiety 1 fJunior Anxiety P 4794041-272518 IMiss R Domino :35 P IHSF Beau Victor 55 fEER Victor Domino 2 P KBF Gerry 7 1 65.37242-447884 [Henrietta 299 P 8317652-682243 jGerry 2 fCap Domino P 1 4818245-287836 lGerry P A fine son of RCR Advanced Larry 19th whose sire sold for $18,500. Combined CMR and Double E breeding. Note outstanding head and other good qualities. All 14 ancestors Polled. Officially calfhood vaccinated. BULL I LOT 8 CWR Larry Domino 2 P-10294855-1082926 Calved Jan. 27, 1958 Tatto RE 825 LE 825 CMR Larry Domino 118 [CMRI Larry Domino P CMR Real Larry 1 7719551-600122 [CMR Donna Mschf 17 P P8705171-769692 Bonnie Real I Pawnee Real 6 P 7055152-521758 IBonnie Heiress 3 P (Battle Mixer 24 [Battle Mixer P CR Lulu Domino 5576567-349761 1Leota A Mixer P P7565172-570547 CR Robin Domino fGay Domino P 6018602-380222 [Belle Woodford P Sired by CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire A, out of a Battle Mixer cow that was one of our best brood matrons. Combining the outstanding pedigrees of CMR and ALF breeding. All 14 ancestors polled. Officially calfhood vaccinated. LOT 3 BULL CWR Advd Larry 48 P-10062584-1021612 Calved June 4, 1957 Tattoo RE 743 LE 743 [RCR Advanced Larry [CMI Adv Domino 61 P RCR Advd Larry 19 I 5952953-414751 iBama L Domino :32 P P7514200-566134 'Miss It Anxiety 1 [Junior Anxiety 1) 1 4794041-272518 IMiss II. Domino 35 11 GHR Anx Mischf 372 [Anxiety Woodrow P HDH Mischief Belle 5092665-296905 ITexas Rose 1 P 7308521-573267 iMHF Scioto Belle I Hazeford Beau 3 11 i 5683157-355968 [Isabel 41 P A real top son of RCIR Advd Larry 19th, Reference Sire B, with all of the excellent qualities of his sire. Notice the good head and general make-up of this young bull. All 14 ancestors Polled. Officially calfhood vaccinated. LOT 4 BULL CWR Advd Larry 52 P-10199108-1064971 Calved December 28, 1957 Tattoo RE 788 LE 788 IRCR Advanced Larry (CMR Adv Domino 61 p RCR Advd Larry 19 I 5952953-414751 [Bama L Domino 32 P P7514200-566134 Miss R Anxiety 1 [Junior Anxiety P 4794041-272518 IMiss 1R Domino 35 P ,HSF Victor Domino [Victor Dom 126 P DHF V Dominette 47 1 4783362-264777 1Miss Anxiety 8 S H 7810692-614869 DHF Jean Bullion [Schreiner Dom F 19 P 5763754-364409 [Jean Bullion P Also by RCR Advd Larry 19th, a good headed, mellow bull, out of one ed our best brood matrons. A good prospect, look him over carefully. 14 ancestors Polled. Officially calfhood vaccinated. LOT 9 BULL CWR Larry Domino P-10200705-1067107 Calved January 7, 1956 Tatoo RE 808 LE 808 [CMR Larry Domino 118 [CMR Larry Domino P CMR Real Larry 1 1 7719551-600122 ICMIR Donna Mschf 17 P P8705171-769692 Bonnie Real f Pawnee Real 6 1' I 7055152-521758 [Bonnie Heiress 3 P (Adv Anxiety Dom [CMR Anxiety Dom 34 P CWR Anx Dominette 5 I 7249675-592177 [Ora Mae P P8202330-684553 [Rollie Ruby 2 fCMR Rollo Advance 2 1' 1 6961270-516587 [Ruby H A real top son of CMR Real Larry 1st. Excellent qualities and outstanding breeding. This CMR breeding with Anxiety outeross has proven most suc: cessful. Prospective Herd Sire. Intensely Polled. Officially calfhood vacci nated. Dam selling as Lot 29. RilI LOT 10 CWR Misch Domino 15 P-9746809-968357 Calved April 3, 1957 Tattoo RE 728 LE 728 [CMR Mischf Domino 34 [CMRI Rollo Dom 12 P Mischief Domino 1I 21 1 5357144-316111 [Rollo's Bluebonnet P P-7547034-577711 [CMR Dominette 43 [Circle M Adv Don I' S3998688-207253 [Celia Domino P FGHR Rollo Dom 2 JCMtI Rollo Dom 15 P BCF Rollo Queen 2 I 4714962-267533 ISuperior Ann :t P 6539535-458036 Sprr Prness Domino 620 [Sprr Pr Domino 25 1' I 3293997-152726 1Prida Paladin 5 1' One of Misch Domino R 21st top sons. CMR breeding both top and bottom. A real herdsire prospect. All 14 ancestors polled. Officially calfhood vaccinated. 56 BULL CWR Misc Domino 43 P-10294853-1082914 Calved January 25, 1958 Tatto RE 823 LE 823 [CMR Michief Dom 34 [CMR Rollo Dom 12 P Mischief Domino R 21 1 5:357144-316111 Molo's Bluebonnet P P7547034-577711 [CMR Dominette 43 [Circle M Adv Dom P 1 3998688-207253 Celia Domino P (CMR Silver Elation [WHR Elation 52 H CM Belle Elation 1 5306524 1Miss Reelfoot S 9 H 6151506-434487 T Mellow Bell 4 [Mellow Mischief P 1 4633529-258828 [Bell Domino 1) An excellent young herd sire prospect. Look at his many good qualities. By Mischief Domino R 21. Reference Sire C. Out of GHS Princess 1st that we paid $1,475 at RCR Dispersal, and she has had six top calves in siS years. A real producer of quality. Officially calfhood vaccinated. The Florida Cattleman

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COCK 0' WALK'S 'CREAM 0' CROP' DISPERSAL, JAN. 16, 1960 LOT 11 BULL I LOT 17 CWR Advd Larry 54 P-10294851-1082913 Calved January 22, 1958 Tattoo RE 820 LE 820 1RCR Advanced Larry lCMR Adv Domino 61 1' 1RCR Advd Larry 19 I 5952953-414751 llama 1, Domino 32 P P7514210-566134 i Miss R Anxiety I "Junior Anxiety P 4794041--272518 IMiss It Domino 35 11 [DHF It Plato Dom 21 IReal Plato Domino 8 P 1)HF Miss Plato D 5381362-327870 IMiss Adv Domino 263 P 6257918-412361 Mary Plato (Marvel Domino P 1 4466498-246911 IMiss DV Plato P This Advd Larry bull can be just the right herd sire to add size, scale, bone and top quality beef to your herd. His sire was everything we could ask from a bull. All 14 ancestors Polled. Officially calfhood vaccinated. LOT 12 BULL CWR Larry Domino 1 P-10294854-1082923 Calved Jaunary 25, 1958 Tattoo RE 824 LE 824 CMR Larry Dom 118 fCMR Larry Domino P CMI Real Larry 1 I 7719551-iX)122 (CMIt Donna Mschf 17 P P8705171-769692 Bonnie Real [Pawnee Real 6 P 7055152-521758 (Bonnie Heiress 3 1' Diamond Mischief Domestic Mischief 51 p Miss Diamond B 281 I 4421000-237792 iLady Diamoond 2 H 6308195-413774 Bonny 82 11Bonny Blanchard 99 P 1 3324122-236047 1Ida 6 P Here is a young bull by CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A." He has depth of quarter and many other desirable features. A real prospect. Officially calfhood vaccinated. LOT 13 BULL CWR Larry Domino 19 P-10559886-1132140 Calved December 15, 1958 Tattoo RE 883 LE 883 (CMII Larry Dom 118 (CMR Larry Domino P CMR Ileal Larry 1 1 7719551-600122 JCMR Donna Mschf 17 I' P-8705171-769692 Bonnie Real I Pawnee Real 6 P 1 7055152-521758 1Bonnie Heiress :3 P rPrince Rollo 109 (Prince Rollo 54 P WHF Miss Bonnie Beau I 5755969-368072 (Sprr Prness Dom 918 P P 8112166-671761 Beau Beauty 8 (Beau Bonnie 123 1' I 4047081-204268 IDes Sexta Septa P rhis youngster by CMR Real Larry 1st, Refenence Sire "A," is intensely Polled with all 14 ancestors Polled. Could easily develop into an outstanding herd sire equally as good as his illustrious father. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Dam selling as Lot 90. LOT 14 BULL CWR Larry Domino 29 P-10763608-1185130 Calved February 5, 1959 Tattoo RE 935 LE 935 [CMl4 Larry Dom 118 (CMR Larry Domino P CMI Real Larry 1 1 7719551-60N)122 (CMR Donna Mschf 17 P 1'8705171--769692 !Bonnie Real IPawoee Real 6 P 7055152-521758 B(ionnie Heiress 3 1' CHSF Victor Domino 2 fVictor Domino 126 1' C1 Bell 2 5201095-313996 Fay Domino 3 P 6931716-494340 Circle 14 Bell Captain Tiom P I 4988105-282937 INona M Domino P A top prospective herd sire that should be a most valuable addition to any herd. By CMR Real Larry 1st, reference sire "A," and carrying many of his excellent qualities. Out of one of our best producing brood matrons. All ancestors polled for three generations. Officially calfhood vaccinated. LOT 15 BULL CWR Larry Domino 27 P-10760640-1185133 Calved January 27, 1959 Tattoo RE 930 LE 930 (CMR Larry Dom 118 (CMIR Larry Domino P CMI Heal Larry 1 1 7719551-600122 1CMR Donna Mschf 17 1) 1 8705171-769692 Raonnie Real (IPawnee Real 6 1' 1 7055152-521758 1 Bonie Heiress :3 P IRCR Advanced Larry (CMR Adv Domino 61 P Adv ILarrys Princess 1 5952953-414751 (13ama L Domino 32 P 1 776489mj-603)350 GHC Princess 1 WMR Adv Domino 8 P 1 5825478-383455 DIHF Prinaess 27 P Bull Calf by Reference Sire "A." You have probably seen his sire. ''his calf could easily become as good. Excellent breeding, from kin outstanding Producing cow. All 14 ancestors Polled. Officially calfhood vaccinated. LOT 16 BULL CWR Larry Domino 24 P-10760635-1185139 Calved January 15, 1959 Tattoo RE 922 LE 922 [CMR Larry Dom 118 (CMR Larry Domino P CMIR Real Larry 1 7719551-600122 ICMR Donna Msclf 17 P P870-5171-769692 'Bonnie Real (lPawnee Real 6 P I 7055152-521758 1Blonnie Heiress 3 P CRCR Advd Larry 19 1RCR Advance] Larry P C1VI Adv LarrPetta 25 1 17514200-5661,4 1Miss I1 Anxiety 1 P "!)597104-914385 !HDH Mischief Belle IGHR Anx Mschf 372 1' B 7:308521-573267 1MHF Scioto Belle 1' Bull calf with outstanding breeding. He is by CMR Real Larry 1st, Referewne Sire 'A,' out of an Advanced Larry matron by RCR Adv. Larry 19th, Reference Sire "B." This cross is equal to any brecaling offered in this sale. All 14 ancestors Polled. A real Herd Bull prospect. Officially calfhol vaccinated. Dam selling as Lot 64. for January, 1960 BULL CWR Advd Larry 53 P-10199109-1064972 Calved Dec. 31, 1957 Tattoo RE 789 LE 789 (RCR Advanced Larry (CMR Adv Domino 61 1' 11CR Advd Larry 19 1 5952953-414751 1Bana 1, Domino 32 P P7514200-566134 Miss It Anxiety I [Junior Anxiety I4 4794041-272518 1Miss 1t Domino :15 1 Modest C Lamip 5 f 'P1d Modest Lamp 2 P Doranna Lanp i 6031862-:379197 ILady Gold P P8924090-808397 Doranna Domino 'The Challenger P 6 1155101-404350 IDora Domino 2 P Here is size, scale, substance and quality by RCR Advd Larry 19th, Reference Sire B, whose sire sold to Mr. T. Alpin, Santa Rosa, Califomia for $18,500. His sire had everything we could ask for of a bull. Prospective top herd improver. All 14 ancestors Polled. Officially calfhood vaccinated. 11am selling as Lot 106. LOT 18 BULL CWR Adv Larry 41A P-10581245-1148089 Calved December 31, 1958 Tattoo RE 891 LE 891 IRCR Advd Larry 19 I1CR Advanced Larry 1P CWR Advd Larry 41 I P7514200-566134 IMiss 1R Anxiety 1 P P9684331-944415 I Miss Super Dom 335 ISVR, Super Domino 10 P 1 6338674-419239 1Miss Super Domino 17 P (Mischief Domino R 21 (CMR Misch Dom 34 P CWR Misch Dominess 4 1 7547034-577711 lCMR Dommette 4:3 P P8983522-799089 !Miss Diamond B 281 U amon Mischief P 16:108195-413774 1 Bonny 82 1' A top Advanced Larry bull calf out of a Mischief Domino cow. Could be 100 per cent dehorner. All 14 ancestors Polled. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Dam selling as 1ot 44. LOT 19 BULL CWR Advd Larry 51 P-10129853-1044205 Calved December 10, 1957 Tattoo RE 779 LE 779 (RCR Advanced Larry ICMR Adv Domino 61 11 R1CR Advd Larry 19 1 5952953-414751 1amna L Domino 32 1' P7514200-566134 Miss R Anxiety 1 [Junior Anxiety 1P 1 4794041-272518 1Miss 11 Domino 35 I' ISF Larrv Misch 66 (SF1L Domino Mischief P CWIR Mona Mischief I 6575681-467047 !Mary Rose H P8450784-707121 ,Mona Plato 6 (Euchre Domino 58 1' 1 6612894-455952 1Mona Plato C P An Advanced Larry bull that is now ready for service. The kind that will improve your herd. Look at his many desirable qualities. Intensely Polled. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Dam selling as Lot 30. LOT 20 BULL CWR Misc Domino 22 P-10099408-1046779 Calved July 3, 1957 Tattoo RE 752 LE 752 (CMR Mishchief Dom 34 (CMR Rollo Dom 12 1' Mischief Domino R 21 1 5357144-316111 )Rollo's Bluebonnet P P75470:34-577711 CMIIR Dominette 43 (Circle M Adv Domino IP 1 3998688-207253 (Celia Domino P .Domino Mischief IDomestic Mischief 6 P Miss Lee Domino 112 1 4057351-204062 I Lena Domino I) P8135677-645529 Miss Anxiety Lee 24 (Sonny Boy P 1 5889723 1 Lady Lee 2 P A top son of Mischief Domino It 21, Reference Sire "C." CMR on top side, Domestic Mischief on bottom. Now ready for immediate service. Intensely Polled. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Dam selling as Lot 83 LOT 21 BULL CWR Misc Domino 24 P-10122181-1039372 Calved October 24, 1957 Tattoo RE 763 LB 763 (CMR Mischief Dom :34 (CMR Rollo Dom 12 Mischief Domino 1R 21 1 5,357144-316111 1Rollo's Bluebonnet P P7547034-577711 CMR Dominette 43 1Circle M Adv Domino 1) I 3998688-2072,3 (Celia Domino P (GHF Rollo Domino 3 (CMR Rollo Domino 15 P MVI" Miss Rollo D16 1 4714962-26753:3 (Superior Ann 3 1' 7151635-523930 MBig Cove Lass :31 (Big Cove Domino 5 1' I 5685238 1Big Cove Lass 5 P Bulls of this type and serviceable age are very much in demand. CMR breeding top and bottom. He carries many desirable qualities. Officially calfhoodl vaccinated. LOT 22 BULL CWR Misc Domino 28 P-10122186-1039377 Calved November 17, 1957 Tattoo RE 770 LE 770 (CMR Mischief Dom 34 (CMR Rollo Dom 12 P Mischief Domino It 21 1 5357144-316111 lRollo's Bluebonnet 1) P'75470:34-577711 CMR Dominette 43 [Circle M Adv Domino I' 1 3998688-207253 1(Celia Domino 1 3Lee Larry Misch 1 fDomnino Mischief P CWR Mischief Girl 1 7487752-555385 1 Lazy Hill Donna H P8450786-715455 Miss Lee 1) Michf 8 IDoInino Mischief P I 7150080-528105 IMiss Anxiety 21 H1 One of the most popular pedigrees available. Out of 4n excellent brood matron. Ready for inimneaiate service. Could be just the bull you need for herd improvement. Officially calfhood vaccinated. 57

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COCK 0' WALK'S 'CREAM 0' CROP' DISPERSAL, JAN. 16, 1960 Rita Domino 1st (dam of Lots 27 and 32) LOT 23 BULL CWR Misc Domino 33 P-10199106-1064975 Calved Decemlber 25, 19.57 Tattoo 1E 786 LE 786 CMR Mischief Dor n4 (CMR Rtollo [)oi 12 P Mischief Iomuino It 21 5357144-316111 Rollo's Bluebonnet 11 P75470314-577711 CMR Doninette 4:1 [Circle M Adv Domino 1) 3998688-207253 iCelia Domino I' Adv Anxiety oui [('MR Aux lormino :14 1) CWR Anx Doininette 8 72-1975 25)2177 M mra I Mae I' 184421797154) BCF R0llo Queen 2 fGHF Rollo, Donino :1 P 65:39)535-458036 Stprr Prness Doi 620 1P This Mischief Doinino-Anxiety cross is tops. Ready for work. Improve your cailf crop with this rugged buU. All 14 ancerstors Pulled. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Dam selling as Lot 13. LOT 24 BULL CWR Larry Domino 3 P-10294857-1082927 Calved February 5, 1958 Tattoo RE 832 LE 832 (CMR Larry Doli 118 CMR Larry Domino I' CMR Real Lairy 1 1 7719551-t0122 1CMR Donna Mschf 17 1) P8705171 769692 iBonnie Real fP 'awnee Real 6 11 I 7055152-521758 1[onnie Heiress 3 1' [RHR V Doi Riturn 15 I'Victor I)in Return P CWI Victoria Domino 1 5665516 35711:1 1 Ino Tone 10 H P82023125 -G58550 Rita Dontino I I Ielsons Donino 20 1) I 6889839-481734 lGrace Pawnee 7 11 Another giii.iA son of CMII Ieal larry Ist, Ieference Sire "A'" look at the IIIanV desi rable featuries inherited front his outstanding sire. A real prospective herd improver. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Dain selling at Lot 27. LOT 25 BULL CWR Larry Domino 21 P-10695298-1178948 Calvcd Janmuary G, 1959 Tattoo RE !)If ILE 910 ('MII Larry Domino 118 fCMR Larry Donino I' CMII Heal Larry 1 1 7719551 -6(1)122 CMR Donna Mschf 17 1' P870,5171 769692 |Bonie rIeal I'awnee Real G 1) 1 70.55152-521758 [Bonnie Heiress 3 1' CMR Silver Elation IWI Elation 52 H CNI Belle Elation I ,30G.524 IMiss Reelfoot S 9 H 615150-134487 'T Mellow Bell 4 IMellow Mischief I' 1 4633529-258828 11Iell Domino P W' think this bull calf has tie qualifications of developing into the kind off herd sir' that would te iost desirable in any her) 1ly reference sire "A," out of a good prodini g cow. CMR breeding both top and bottom. Officially calfhood vaciate'L. LOT 26 COW CWR Adv. Larrys Lady P-8450785-699800 Calveid April 8, 1T5 Tattoo HE 4219 LE 429 (RCIt Advanced Larry [CMR Adv I l 1 P Z(1 ^Itva"" Larry 11 59,52953-14751 IBana 1, Ionino :12 1' 710081 519680 CMR Blanche DoI m 10 (CMR Rollo Domino 12 1) 14825577-272985 I Velda 5 H (CVH ciies Mischief I IDonino Misch. 1) 'VI1 Duchess Mischief 2 1 4952917 286320 IReal Duchess 24 1' 6121118 -4011:12 A LF Rosalie 4 (Battle Domino 37 H [ 4387162-245167 Miss Domino 111 ) Iv (RC Advance Larrv Itth whose sire sold to T. Alpine, Sant tsa, Calif. for 818,500. Out of CVII IIuchess Mischief 2nd that was Grand Chatopiun female at Atlanta and sold to M. G. Lee, Cuttibert, Ga. for 82,7). This i I ;I proven lop brood itatron. Dam of Lot 75. Officially calfhood vacciat fron an Accredied Hlerd. Examined v veterinarian and found safe in c5f by Mischief Domino I 21. 58 LOT 27 COW CWR Victoria Domino P-8202325-658550 Calved July 21, 19.53 Tattoo: RE 306 LE 306 JVictor I)hIm I Ieturn WVictor Domino 126 P IHII V 1um Return 15 I 4754175 -260119 (Choice RIoselle 4 P 5665516-357113 Ino Ton 10 1 teed Rupert H : 160485 1 I)ixie Inotolne H R Relsons Domino 20 CMR Adv Dorn 6:1 p Rita Dornino 1 4993994-287697 I Bama 1 Domino 33 P 6889839-481734 Grace ['awnee 7 [Pawnee Prince 20 1' j 4664129-257095 Grace Pawnee P An excellent producing brood matron. Dai of Lots 24 and 67. Exanind by veterinarian and found safe in calf by CWR Don Mischief 2nd. Officially calfhood vaccinated from an accredited herd. LOT 28 COW CWR Anx. Dominette P-8202326-658549 Calved Sept. 12, 195 Tattoo: RE 308 LE W11 (CMR Anxiety Dom 34 [CMR Adv Domino 50 P Adv Anxiety )oum TIN 5648968-346035 1Bonnie Blanche 81 P 7249675-592177 Ora Mae IBonnie 14 P I 4192078-234803 [Ona M Domino 2 P IJunior Anxiety (PId Anxiety 4 P Miss It Anxiety I I 3491204-16900 I Saline H 4794041-272518 !Miss R Domino 35 [Royal Choice Dom 27 P 1 345556G-168645 [Miss Bonnie 142 P One of our best brood matrons having produced us show calves. CM breeding top side, out of Miss It Anxiety Ist, dam of RCR Advanced Larr I 9th Reference Sire 'B'. Safe in calf to Mischief Domino It 21st. Official, calfhood vaccinated from an accredited herd. LOT 29 COW CWR Anx. Dominette 5" P-8202330-684553 Calved Nov. 7, 1953 Tatoo: RE 317 LE 31 CMR Anxiety Dom 34 [CMR Adv Domino 50 P Adv Anxiety Dom TW 5648968-:346035 (Bonnie Blanche 81 P 7249675-592177 Ora Mae (Bonnie 14 P 4192078-234803 [Ona M Domino 2 P [C Rollo Advance 2 (CMR Rollo Domino 131' Rollie Ruty 2 I 5628876-351706 1 CMR Dommnette W) P 6961270-516587 : Ruby Plato Donnino 70 P 1 5292065 1 Princess Domino 2 1 Double bred CMR. A good proven brood niatron. Dam of Lot 9 BuIll Safe in caf to CwR Super Rolno. Officially calfhiood vaccinated frot n accredited herd. LOT 30 COW CWR Mona Mischief P-8450784-707121 Calved April 7, 1954 Tattoo: RE 428 LE 420 SFf, Domino Mischief [MW Domino 38 H SF Larry Misch 66 1 5053258-2928911 1B lama 1, Domino 11 P 6575687 -467047 Marv Rose [Hank Domino H 1 2934671 1Rose 2 H IEuchre Domino 58 tEuchre Domino P Mona Plai 6 I 5:361076-322698 I Fern I P 6612894-45)5952 Mona Plato C (The Advanxiety H :3421686-167023 1 Mona Plato A 1' Consistently a good producer. Dan of bull selling as Lot 1). Safe in calf to Mischief Domino It 21. Reference Sire 'C.' Officially calfhood vaccinate LOT 31 COW CWR Rollo Duchess P-8206110-658551 Calvey July 6, 1955 Tattoo: RE 304 LE V Monies Misch 97 [lDones Misch 32 P JFG Domestic Misch 53 42811 19-228114 1Kate W :18 P 58:38766-:179709 !Merrv Misch 2 IDones Misch 32 P S4650080-258605 1 Miss B Woodrow P [GHI" Rollo Donino 3 [CMR Rollo Domino 151 BCF Rollo Queen 2 1 4714962-211753 )Superior An,, :3 P 6539535-458036 'Sprr I'rness Dom 620 [Sprr Pr Domino 25 P [ 329:3997-152726 WPrida Paladin 5 P Has produced three calves in less than 3 years. Dam of Lots 67 andl 149 Safe in calf to CXR Don Mischief 2. Officially calfhood vaccinated. LOT 32 COW CWR Anx. Dominette 7" P-8442178-715462 Calved July 5, 1954 Tattoo: RE 4:17 RE 41 (CMR Anxiety Dom :4 [CMR Allv Doiino 501' Adv Anxiety Domn TW I 5648968-346035 1loinnie Blanche 8 P 7249675-592177 Ora Mae (Bonnie 14 1' I 4192078-2:34803 [(na M Donino 2 P fRelsons Domino 20 f.CMR Adv Domino 63 1' Rita Domino 1 1 4993994-287697 1Blamna 1, Domino 33 P 6889839-4817:34 Grace Pawnee 7 (l'awnee Prince 20 P 4661129-257815 lGrace Pawnee P CMR breding tolt and bottom. Dam of Lot 78. Safe in calf to CWF Super Rollo. OffiicallY calfhood vaccinated. The Florida Cattlemir

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COCK 0' WALK'S 'CREAM 0' CROP' DISPERSAL, JAN. 16, 1960 CWR Anx. Dominette 8" P-8442179-715460 Calved July 11, 1954 Tattoo: RE 438 LE 4838 (CMII Anxiety Iomino 84CMR Av Domino 50 I1 Adv Anxiety Dom TW 1 564896-34603 5 Bonnie Blanche 81 P 7249675-502177 !Ora Mae fBonnie 14 P I 4192078-2:34803 [Ona M D omino 2 P I GHF Rollo Domino :3 [CMIR Rollo Dom 15 P BCF Rollo Queen 2 I 4714962-267533 ISuperior Ann 3 P 63395M5-458036 Sprr Prncss Dom (320 [Sprr Pr. Domino 25 1' I 329t3997-152726 1Plrida Paladin 5 P Double bred CMR. A good producer. Dam of good bull IA)t 23. Safe in calf to CMR Real Larry 1st. Reference Sire "A." Officially calfhood vaccinated. CWR Anx. Dominette 9" P-8450787-715461 Calved July 12, 1954 Tattoo: RE 4819 LE 439 CMR Anxiety Dom 34 (CMRI Adv Domino 50 P Adv Anxiety Dom TW i 5648968-346035 [Bonnie Blanche 81 P 7249675-592177 -[Ora Mae (Bonnie 14 P 1 4192078-234803 [Ona M Domino 2 1' [GHF Rollo Domino 3 [CMR Rollo Dom 15 P BCF Rollo Lass I I 4714962-267533 [Superior Ann 3 P 6Fr39534-465047 IBig Cove Lass 31 [Big Cove Dom 5 1' I 56852:38 IBig Cove Lass 5 P CMR Breeding topl and bottom. All of her calves have been excellent. Safe ;n calf to CWR Advance Larry 36th. Officially calfhood vaccinated. COW CWR Adv. Larryetta P-8693288-729612 Calve([ Oct. 21, 1154 Tattoo: RE 445 LE 445 [RCI Advd Larry (CMR Adv Donin, (1 P RCR Advd Larry 19 1 5952953-414751 [liama L Domino :32 1' 7514200-5661:34 Miss R Anxiety I [Jr. Anxiety P 4794041-272518 IMiss R Domino 35 P C Rollo Advance 2 [CMR Rollo Dom 113 1' Miss Silver Rollo 2 [ 5628876-351706 [CMR Dominette 10011 P 4880980-508020 [Miss CSF' Silver 8 fHHF Silver Mischief H 1 5077911 [Miss Orville I Dam of Lot 162. A top daughter of RCR Advanced Larry 19th. Reference Sire "B." Double bred CMR. Safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd. Officially calfhood vaccinated. LOT 36 CWR A Calved Oct. 10, 19 Adv Anxiety Dom 7249675-5 2177 CRR Bell 2 6931716-494340 Has produced us ancestors polled. LOT 37 CWR ADV CalvedI January :3, 1955 111 Advil ILarry 19 751 4200-5134 :1. CII l'rinces Domino :1 76M96131553266 COW nx. Dominette 10" P-8595427-707304 5-4 Tatto: lIE 442 LE 442 (CMR Anx Domino :34 [CMR Adv Domino 50 1' 548968-3460:35 [Bonnie Blanche 81 1' ,Ora Mae [Bonnie 14 P 1 4192078-234803 [0na M Domino 2 1' [HSF Victor Doinno 2 [Victor Domino 126 1' 5201095-313996 [Fay Domino :3 I) ,Circle R Bell [ Captain To,,m I) 4988105-282937 [Nona M Domino 1 show calves all well marked and smooth headed. All 14 A proven brood matron. Will lbe bred ly sale late. Officially calfhood vaccinated. COW Larryetta 2" P-8728823-738232 'Tattoo: RIE 501 .E1 l RC1 Advanced Larry [CMR Adv Domino 61 P 1 595295-414751 [Bama 1, Donino 32 P Miss It Anxie'y I [Junior Anxiety I) 4794041-272518 [Miss It Domino 35 P rBattle Mixer 24 (Battle Mixer P 5576567-349761 1 Leonti A Mixer P 8938sI Domit 2 [Worfrr Bullion P [5:38869118-3111314 llucy Do,, 1P X lop lProven brood matron by RCR Advance Larry 19th Reference Sire "B.'' rhis AIvance Larry, Battle Mixer cross has proven must successful. Dam Of Lot 14:3. Safe in calf to CWR Super Rollo. Officially calfhood vaccinated. COW CWR Adv. Larryetta 4" P-8785519-757987 CalveL February 21, 1955 Tattoo: RE 505 LE 505 1RCR Advanced Larry (CMR Adv Dom 61 P 1C[I Advil Larr 19 5952953-414751 [Bama 1, Domino :32 P 751 4200-5j34' jMiss II Anxietv 1 [Junior Anxiety P j 4794041-272518 [Miss It Domino I5 1) JGHR Anx Mischief 372 [Anxietv Woolrow P 1DH Mischief Belle I 5092665-296905 1'exas Rose 1 P 7,M8521-573267 'MHF Scioto Belle [Hazford Beau 3 1) 1 5683157-4355968 [Isabel 41 1' for January, 1960 COW CWR Adv. Larryetta 7" P-8785522-757982 Calved March 11, 1955 Tatoo: RR 510 LE 510 IRCR Advanced Larry (CMR Adv DI,:n 11 RCR Advd Larry 19 1 59529.53-414751 I Bana l Domino 32 P 7514200-56G134 !Miss 11 Anxietv I fJunior Anxietv I 1 4794041-272518 I Miss It Donino 35 1 (Euchre Domino 48 [Euchre I )ouino I) Gav Stanwav 39 1 5002891--291210 1 Advandona 58 I 66 12905-455946 Gay Stanway 5 lAdvanxiety MH i i I 3811580--198598 lGay Stanway 2 H A top daughter of RCR Advance Larry, Reference Sire -B." Dam of Iol 118. Safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2. Officially calfhood vaccinated. COW CWR Adv. Larryetta 10" P-8851658-778416 Calved Apr. 23, 1955 Tat uoo: RE. 515 LE 515 [RCR Advanced Larry (CMR Adv Donino M[ 1 RCR Advd Larry 19 1 5952953--414751 1Bama 1, Domino 32 1' 7514200-566134 |Miss R Anxiety 1 [Junior Anxiety 13 ( 4794041-272518 [ Miss 1R Domino 35 P [PB Advance Domino 5 [NF Advance Dom 4 P PB Miss Orville 1 6079102-401-4 1Lucy Bonnie 14 7394(X8-572505 [GP Princess Orville 8 [Orville Domino 32 H 1 4469477 1Dom Ieodie 16 1-H Another good brood matron by RCR Advance Larry 19th. Reference Sire -B." Safe in calf to Mischief Domino IR 21st, Reference Sire -C.' Officially calfhood vaccinated. LOT 41 COW CWR Anx. Dominette 11" P-8851659-778417 Calved May 2, 1955 Tlattoo: RE 516 LE 516 [CMR Anxiety Dom :14 [CMI Adv Domino 50 1) Adv Anviety Dom 564,9968-3416035 [Bonnie Blanche 81 11 7249675-592177 ![Ora Mae [Bonmie 14 1) 1 4192078-234803 [Ona M Domino 2 1) Doimino Mischief [Domestic Mischief 6 P Miss Lee 1) Mischief 31 1 4057351-204062 ILena Domino P 785973l-t45580 |Mischief Margan IWoodrow Mischief 46 1' 1 6039022 [Mischief 88 1' A proven producer that is intenselv polled, all 14 ancestors polled. Dam of Lot 1:31. Safe in calf to Mischief Domino It 21. Officially calfhood vaccinated LOT 42 COW CWR Misch Dominess 2" P-8961174-788501 Calved July 3, 19,55 C Ralt,,: 1[1, 522 I 5.1 S22 CMII Miscl, Don, 84 [CMII Roll I, om,, 12 11 Mischief Domino R 21 1 5357144-31611 F1Rollo's BIIuelonnet IP 75470:34-577711 *CMR Dominette 43 fCircle M Adv Dom ) 1 3998688-207253 lCelia Domino I' IGHI' Rollo Donino 3 [CMR Rollo Dom 15 I BCF Rollo Lass 1 [ 4714962-267533 [Superior Ann 3 P 6539541-465047 Biv Cove Lass 1 Big Cove Domlino 5 1' 5685238 1 Big Cove I ass 5 1 A top producing daughter of Mischief Domino It 21st. Double bred CMI. Safe in calf to CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A." Officially calfhood vaccinated. LOT 43 COW CWR Misch Dominess P-8961173-799090 Calved July 3, 1955 Tattoo: RE 521 LE 521 1CMR Misch Dom 34 CMR Rollo 13,,,,, 12 P Mischief Domino 1I 21 1 5357144-3161111 [Rollo's Blihebonnet I 7547034-577711 [CMI ,lJornntte 48 Circle M Adv Dom P 1 3998688-207253 WCelia Domin,, I' .fGHF Rollo Domlino :3 1CMR Rollo Dom 15 11 MVF Miss Rollo D 16 [ 4714W62-267533 ISuperior Ann 3 I' 7151635-523930 IBig Cove Lass 31 [Big Cove Domino i P 5685238 11Big Covo Ilss 5 1' Intensely polled brood matron with 13 of 14 ancestors polled. Circle M breeding both sides. Has dropped two excellent bull calves. Safe in calf to CWR Advance Larry 36th. Officiily calfhood vaccinated. LOT 44 COW CWR Misch Dominess 4" P-8983522-799089 Calved July 26, 1955 'lat)oo: lE 526 L.1 526 (CMII Misch Dom i4 (CMR Rollo Dom 12 1) Mischief Domino II 21 1 5:357144-831611 [ Rollo's Blulconn-t P 7547034-577711 [ CMR Dommee 43 [Circle M Adv Dom 1 I 39986588-207253 [ Celia Domino ) 1iamiond Mischief (Domiestic Misch 51 I) Miss Diamond B 281 1 44210002:37792 [lady Diamon'' 2 16:308195-413774 IBon,,v 82 3Bonny Blanchard 99 1) 1 3:324122--236047 lida 6 P I'op daughter of Misch Domino It 21st. Dam of a good bull Lot 18. A proven brood matron. Safe in calf to CWR Don MisO-hief 2nd. Officially calfhood vaccinated. 59 LOT 33 COW I LOT 39 LOT 34 cow I LOT 40 LOT 35 LOT 38

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COCK 0' WALK'S 'CREAM 0' CROP' DISPERSAL, JAN. 16, 1960 Bama Larryanna 98 (dam of Lot 46) LOT 45 cow CWR Adv. Larryetta 11" P-8956871-788498 Calved May 16, 1955 Tattoo: RE 517 LE 517 [RCR Advanced Larry [CMR Adv Dom 61 1' 1RCR Advd Larry 19 I 5952953-414751 lama L Domino 32 P 7514200-566134 Miss I Anxiety 1 [Junior Anxiety P 1 4794041-272518 [Miss It Domino 35 P [Diamond Mischief (Domestic Misch 51 P Miss Diamond B 295 1 4421000-237792 1Lady Diamond 2 H G308202-413776 'Miss Bonnie 83 [Bonny Blnchd 99 P 3324121-236051 [Miss Bonnie 49 P A proven brood matron by RCR Advance Larry 19th whose sire sold for 818,500 to T. Alpin, Santa Rosa, Calif. Safe in calf to CMR Ileal Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A." Officially calfhood vaccinated. LOT 46 CWR Misch Dominess 3" P-8961175-788502 Calved July 4, 1955 Tattoo: RE 524 LI 524 fCMR Miscb Dom 34 [CMR Rollo Dom 12 P Mischief Domino R 21 1 5:357144-316111 [Rollo's Bluebonnet P 7547034-577711 [ CMR Dominette 43 [Circle M Adv Dom P I 3998688-207253 [Celia Domino P (REL S Perfection 168 [S Perfection 52 1' Bama Larryanna 98 1 4565383-255116 lama L Domino 14 P (;758044-489514 [Miss Glory 45 [TT Triumphant H 52662:36 [TT Patricia 1 H Dam of Lot 141. By Mischief Domino R 21st, Reference Sire "C" out of a good milking 'Bama" cow. Safe in calf to CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference sire "A." Officially calfhood vaccinated. LOT 47 LOT 49 COW CWR Adv. Larryetta 19" P-9264438-853844 Calved Jan. 31, 1956 Tattoo: RE 613 LE 611 (RCR Advanced Larry [CMR Adv Domino 61 P RCR Advd Larry 19 1 5952953-414751 [Bama L Domino 32 p P-7514200-566134 'Miss I Anxiety 1 Junior Anxiety P I 4794041-272518 IMiss R Domino 35 P ISVR Super Domino 10 f HAF Super Domino 96 H Miss Super Domino 335 1 4399887-242277 tMiss Bonnie Dom 33 P 6338674-419239 Miss Super Domino 17 [HAF Super Domino 96 H t 4413162-239356 1Miss W Mischief 2 P Sired by RCR Adv. Larry 19th, Reference Sire "B" whose sire sold for $18,500. A proven brood matron, safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd. Officially calfhood vaccinated. LOT 50 Cow CWR Super Rollette P-9264430-853856 Calved Jan. 1, 1956 Tattoo: RE 600 LE 600 [GHR Super Rollo [CMR Rollo Dom 28 P CWR Super Rollo I 5983266-377924 Ella Rollo P P-8206107-658547 [BCF Rollo Lass I [GHF Rollo Domino 3 P [ 6539534-465047 lBig Cove Lass 31 H [Prince Rollo 109 fPrince Rollo 54 P WHF Princess Rollina 38 1 5755969-368072 1Sprr Prness Dom 918 P P-8112163-675177 [ SR Prness Dom 11 (CMR Adv Domino 57 P [ 5292298-318905 lBertha Belle P Dam of lot 156. CMR breeding top and bottom. A proven good brood matron. Safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd. Officially calfhood vaccinated. LOT 51 cow CWR Anxiety Rollette P-9264432-853855 Calved Jan. 7, 1956 Tattoo: RE 604 LE 604 [GHR Super Rollo [CMR Rollo Dom 28 P CWR Super Rollo I 5983266-377924 [Ella Rollo P P-8206107-658547 [|BCF Rollo Lass 1 [GHF Rollo Domino 3 P 1 6539534-465047 [Big Cove Lass 31 H [Adv Anxiety Dom (CMR Anxiety Dom 34 P CWI Anx Dominette 2 1 7249675-592177 1Ora Mae P P-8202327-666353 [.J Essie Anxiety [Domestic Domino 3 P I 6652792-548870 1 Essie Anxiety H 1)am of Lot 138. A proven brood matron. CMR breeding top and bottom. Safe in calf to Mischief Domino R 21st, Reference Sire 'C." Officially calfhood vaccinated. cwI I T Cf) I I.~JI .JA. cow CWR Adv. Larryetta 18" P-9264436-853845 Calved Jan. 25, 1956 Tattoo: RE 610 LE 610 RCR Advanced Larry [CMR Adv Domino 61 P RCR Advd Larry 19 [ 5952953-414751 1Bama L Domino 32 P P-7514200-566134 'Miss R Anxiety 1 (Junior Anxiety P [ 4794041-272518 1Miss R Domino 35 P [Euchre Domino 48 (Euchre Domino P Gay Stanway 39 [ 500289t-291210 JAdvandona 58 1' 6612905-455946 1Gav Stanway 5 (Advanxiety MH 6 P 1 3811580-198598 1Gay Stanway 2 H Another top daughter and proven brood matron by RCR Adv Larry 191 whose sire sold for 818,500. Bred to CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference sire "A" 6/13/59. Officially calfhood vaccinated. COW I LOT 53 CWR Adv. Larryetta 12" P-9205988-840657 Calved Oct. 27, 1955 Tattoo: RE 538 LE 538 (RCR Advanced Larry [CMR Adv Domino 61 P RCR Advd Larry 19 [ 5952953-414751 [Bama L Domino 32 1' 7514200-566134 [Miss R Anxiety 1 (Junior Anxiety P I 4794041-272518 [Miss Rt Domino :35 1' [Domestic Domino Jr. 2 fDomestic Domino 2 I' K Princess 1 4948204-291018 1Plato's Girlie 13 H 6658635-518867 Princess 8 (Domes Dom Jr. 2 P 5689381-357644 [Mischief Princess I' Another good daughter of RCE Advanced Larry 19th whose sire sold for $18,500. Safe in calf to CWR Super Rollo. Officially calfhood vaccinated. LOT 48 CWR Adv. Calved Dec. 2:1. 1955 COW Larryetta 16" P-9205991-840658 Tattoo: RE 546 LE 546 RCR Advanced Larry ('ME Ad Domino 61 1) RCR Advd Larry 19 [ 5952953-414751 )Bama L Domino 32 1' 7514200-5661:34 !Miss R Anxiety I (Junior Anxiety P 1 4794041 -272518 IMiss R Domino 35 P I ollo Minor Domino W1awnee Prince 20 1 Miss Rollo Domino 2:3 1 4272716-215370 Miss Minor Domino P 7)167447-578921 tLadv Battle 1):1 I Ilattle DIomino :1 1) I 43:441-2(60:13 1Mischief's Ring 1) This top daughter of 1R Advanced Larry 19111 is intensely polled with all 14 ancestors polled. A proven brood maIron. Safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd. Officially calfhood vaccinated 60 CWR Adv. Calved Jan. 31, 1956 RCR Advd Larry 19 P-7514200-566134 Mona Plato 6 6612894-455952 Cow Larryetta 20" P-9264439-853846 Tattoo: RE 614 LE 614 [RCR Advanced Larry [CMR Adv Domino 61 P 1 5952953-414751 1Bama L Domino 32 P ,Miss R Anxiety I (Junior Anxiety P 1 4794041-272518 1Miss R Domino 35 P (Euchre Domino 58 IEuchre Domino P 1 5361076-322698 1Fern 1 P [Mona Plato C fThe Advanxiety H 3424686-167023 [Mona Plato A P Dropped an excellent bull calf Jan. 12, 1959. Grandsire sold for $18.5 Also resold at the advance age of 10 years for over 87,000. Safe in calf 11 Mischief Domino R 21st, reference sire "C." Officially calfhood vaccinated LOT 54 CWR Adv. Calved Jan. 18, 1956 RCR Advd Larry 19 P-7514200-566134 Miss Domino Mixer P-7607528 -570615 Another proven brood Mischief Domino R 21s COw Larryetta 17" P-9264435-853848 Tattoo: RE 609 LE 6 (RCR Advanced Larry fCMR Adv Domino 611' 1 5952953-414751 fBama L Domino 32 P Miss H Anxiety 1 [Junior Anxiety P 1 4794041-272518 1Miss R Domino 35 P (Edd Domino [Minor Domino 2 P 1 6339880-418901 1J Bonnie Plato 2 P JJV Merit Mixer I [Merit Mixer 22 H 1 4852391 [Miss Merit Mixer 1 14 matron by CR Adv. Larry 19th. Safe in calf 10 t, reference sire "C." Offically calfhood vaccinated The Florida Cattleman

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COCK 0' WALK'S 'CREAM 0' CROP' DISPERSAL, JAN. 16, 1960 LOT 55 COW I LOT 61 CWR Beau Rollette P-9264433-853852 Calved Jan. 9, 1956 Tattoo: RE 605 LE 605 [GHR Super Rollo [CMR Rollo Dom 28 P CWR Super Rollo 5983266-377924 )Ella Rollo P P-8206107-658547 BCF Rollo Lass 1 [GHF Rollo Domino 3 P 6539534-465047 1Big Cove Lass 31 H F HSF Beau Victor 55 [EER Victor Domino 2 P KBF Beau Victor 8 6537242-447884 1Henrietta 299 P P-8162073-656179 Callie [Cap Domino P 3809779-192155 1Catherline P CMR and Double E breeding, which is among the best in America. Dam of Lot 140. All 14 ancestors polled. Pasture exposed to Mischief Domino R 21st reference sire "C" from 2/20/59 to 5/20/59. Offically calfhood vaccinated. LOT 56 cow CWR Larietta Domino P-9264441-853847 Calved Feb. 2, 1956 Tattoo: RE 618 LE 618 [Adv Anxiety Dom TW [CMR Anxiety Dom 34 P CWR Anx Domino 4 1 7249675-592177 lOra Mae P P-8202322-684550 J Miriam Domino [Marvel K Domino 5 P 6766939-497256 1 Mildred P [SF Larry Mischief 2 fMW Domino 38 H SF Larrietta 13 I 5725469-362515 Bama L Domino 11 P 7092362-523291 Canadian Lady Royal Canadian H 4807651 Caine's Lady Love H Data of Lot 161. A top brood matron having dropped two excellent calves. Safe in calf to Mischief Domino R 21st. Officially calfhood vaccinated. LOT 57 Duchess Domino P-9264440-853854 Calved Fell. 1, 1956 Tattoo: RE 616 LE 616 Adv Anxiety Dom TW [CMR Anxiety Dom 34 P CWR Anx Domino 7249675-592177 1Ora Mae P P-8202319-666352 Domestic Lassie [Domestic Domino Jr 2 P ( 6616596-548868 1 Lassie Caldo P fJFG Domes Misch 53 [Domes Misch 97 P CWR Rollo Duchess I 5838766-379709 )Merry Misch 2 P P-8206110-658551 BCF Rollo Queen 2 1 GHF Rollo Domino 3 P 6539535-458036 1Sprr Prness Dom 620 P Darn of Lot 160. Also the dam of two outstanding calves. Bred to CWR Mischief Domino 13th 8/14/59. Her dam sells as Lot 31. LOT 58 cow CWR Ady. Larryetta 24" P-9594967-914386 Calved May 1, 1956 Tattoo: RE 634 LE 684 (RCR Advanced Larry JCMR Adv Domino 61 1' RCR Advd Larry 19 I 5952953-414751 tBama 1L Domino 32 P P-7514200-566134 Miss R Anxiety I fJunior Anxiety P I 4794041-272518 1Miss It Domino 35 P (Prince Rollo 109 [Prince Rollo 54 P WHF Debbie Belle 1 5755969-368072 [Sprr Prncss Dom 918 P P-7869102-609666 SR Blue Belle 6 jClinton Domino 9 P 5007618-294978 ISR Blue Belle H Another intensely polled brood matron by RCR Advanced Larry 19th. Safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd. Officially calfhood vaccinated. LOT 62 cow CWR Miss Lucky Beau P-9594968-914387 Calved May 2, 1956 Tattoo: RE 635 LE 635 [MB Perfection [Perfection Domino 5 P CWR Beau Perfect 2 [ 6328313-438217 Ilia Bullion P P-8237351-684601 Gay Stanway :17 [Euchre Domino 48 P I 6612902-544947 I Gay Stanway 3 P (GAR Lucky Prince fHappy Prince C P GFB Lucky Girl 1 5950633-389694 1Daisy Domino P P-8262892-682458 Gar Kate Mischief 3 [JFG Domes Misch 44 P t 6866562 )GAR Rollette 1 P A good brood matron from one of best milking cows. Intensely polled. Safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd. Dam sells as Lot 94. Officially calfhood vaccinated. cow I LOT 63 cow CWR Rollo Dominess P-9597105-917561 Calved May 14, 1956 Tattoo: RE 638 LE 638 [DT Rollo Domino 5DM Rollo Domino 1 P DT Rollo Domino 3 1 6654273-481507 1GF Princess Gwen I H 7040867-524154 HHF Adv Dominette fCircle M Adv Dom P 3 913167-204550 [Ella 155 P (Modest C Lamp 5 Pild Modest Lamp 2 P Mar Lamplighter ) 6031862-379197 1 Lady Gold P P-8389556-721518 Mar Perfection 10 1Sir Bama Perf 83 1P ( 3838631-194111 1Miss Marvel 25 P All 14 ancestors polled. Dropped good bull calf 2/7/59. Safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd. Officially calfhood vaccinated. COW I LOT 64 CWR Adv. Larryetta 21" P-9264442-853849 Calved Feb. 19, 1956 Tattoo: RE 625 LE 625 [RCR Advanced Larry [CMR Adv Domino 61 P RCR Advd Larry 19 5952953-414751 1 Bama L Domino :32 1' P-7514200-566134 Miss R Anxiety 1 (Junior Anxiety 1' I 4794041-272518 1 Miss R Domino 35 P RBattle Mixer 24 [Battle Mixer P CR Rosy Domino 3 5576567-349761 1 Leota A Mixer P P-7617932-583267 'Rosy Domino 2 (Stanway Domino 2 P I 5313033-315550 1Lady Domino P Another proven brood matron by RCR Adv Larry 19th. Intensely polled as all 14 ancestors polled. Safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd. Officially calfhood vaccinated. LOT 59 cow CWR Adv. Larryetta 25" P-9597104-914385 Calved May 11, 1956 Tattoo: RE 637 LE 687 [RCR Advanced Larry [CMR Adv Domino 61 P RCR Advd Larry 19 I 5952953-414751 1Bama L Domino 32 P P-7514200-566134 Miss R Anxiety 1 [Junior Anxiety P 4794041-272518 [Miss R Domino :15 P (GHR Anx Mischief 372 [Anxiety Woodrow P HDH Mischief Belle 1 5092665-296905 1Texas Rose 1 1a 7308521-573267 [MHF Scioto Belle fHazeford Beau 3 P 1 5683157-355968 1 Isabel 41 P Dam of good bull calf selling as Lot 16 by CMR Real Larry Ist, reference sire "A." Safe in calf to the same sire. The calf from this mating could easily be worth more than the price of this brood matron. Officially calfhood vaccinated. COW I LOT 65 CWR Domino Princess P-9281486-858067 Calved Feb. 16, 1956 Tattoo: RE 624 LE 624 [Adv Anxiety Dom TW 5CMR Anxiety Dom 34 P CWR Anx Domino 4 7249675-5)2177 lOra Mae P P-8202322-684550 Miriam Domino [Marvel K Domino 5 P 6766939-497256 1 Mildred P GAR La GAR Lucky Prince (Happy Prince C P -AR6Lady Luck 19 5950633-389694 1Daisy Domino I) P8163345-676510 ILarryetta 41 [MW Larry Domino 7 H [ 5395871 lDainty Lucy 2 H Safe in calf to Mischief Domino 1 21st since 3/14/59. Dam sells as Lot 92. Officially calfhood vaccinated. LOT 60 cow l CWR Adv. Larryetta 23" P-9299226-863169 Calved Apr. 5, 1956 Tattoo: RE 681 LE 631 9CR Advd Lnarry 19 [ Adan4 Larry CMII Adv Donino 61 P RORAdilLary 9 5952953-414751 [Bamra 1, Domino.32 P P-7514200-566134 [Miss II Anxiety 1 [Junior Anxiety P [ 4794041-272518 1Miss R Domino 35 P (Diamond Mischief [Domestic Mischief 51 P Bis Diamond 1 295 1 4421000-2:37792 1 Lady Diamond 2 H 6308202-413776 "Miss Bonnie 8:3 [Bonny Blanchard 99 P I 3324121-236051 1Miss Bonnie 49 1' 'S"d by RCR Adv. Larry 19th, whose sire sold for $18,500. She dropped aelut taking calf by CMR Real Larry 1st, reference sire "A" on 4/2/59 selhng as lt 1,58. Now safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd. Officially calfhood vaccinated. for January, 1960 cow CWR Adv. Larryetta 26" P-9597106-914383 Calved May 21, 1956 Tattoo: RE 639 LE 689 [RCR Advanced Larry (CMR Adv Domino 61 P RCR Advd Larry 19 5 S952953-414751 1Bama L Domino 32 P P-7514200-566134 ,Miss R Anxiety 1 [Junior Anxiety P 4794041-272518 lMiss R Domino 35 P [GHF Rollo Domino 3 [CMR Rollo Domino 15 P 13CF Rollo Queen 2 I 4714962-267513 1 Superior Ann 3 P 65,39535-458036 jSprr Press Domino 620 [Sprr Pr Domino 25 P 1 3293997-152726 1Prida Paladin 5 P All 14 ancestors polled. By RCR Adv. Larry 19th whose sire sold for $18,500. This young brood matron droped an excellent bull calf by CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference sire "A." Safe in calf to same sire. LOT 66 COW CWR Adv. Larryetta 27" P-9604419-917268 Calved June 22, 1956 Tattoo: RE 642 LE 642 [RCR Advanced Larry [CMR Adv. Domino 61. P RCR Advd Larry 19 1 595295:3-414751 1 Bama L Domino 32 P P-7514200-566134 [Miss R Anxiety 1 [Junior Anxiety P 1 4794041-272518 1Miss R Donino 35 P (lete Domino fP Bullion 18 1) ]lose Domino 2 4:103865-257192 )Joy Domino IH 621905 -601:321 Peggy Girl [Buddy Boy P I 29320163-132593 1 Princess Pride I Another top daughter of RC1 Adv. Larry 19th whose sire sold for $18518). Safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd. Officially calfhood vaccinated. 61

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COCK 0' WALK'S 'CREAM 0' CROP' DISPERSAL, JAN. 16, 1960 LOT 67 CWR Vicky Beau P-96044 Calved Julv 19. 1956 CVI Beau Perfc't 2 1-823751 -84601 CWR Victoria Domino P-8202325-658550 IMI Perfection 1 6323313-438217 Gav Stanwav :17 36612902-455947 IRHIH V Doin Return .5665516-357113 IRita Domino I j G889839-481734 COW I 21-917270 Tattoo: RE 646 LE 646 f 'erfection Domino ) PS lIlla Bullion 1 IEuchre Domino 48 P lGay Stanway 3 P 15 (Victor Doin Return P I Ino Tone 10 H [I elsons Domino 20 1' Grace Pawnee 7 P I lamn( of lot 165. A good proven voiung brood matron. Safe in calf to CWR )on Mischief 2nd. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Her (dan sells as 1,o1 27. LOT 68 CWR Adv. Calved July 22, 1956 l1( t dotvd d i Lary 19 1-751-4200-566314 I HIMiss Col 1)onm 29 7724885-604084 COW Larryetta 29" P-9604422-917269 Tattoo: RE 647 LE (A7 13'1 Advanced Larry [CMR1 Adv Donmino 61 P 1 5652953-414751 1lama I, Domino :32 1) Miss 1Anxiety I (Junior Anxietv I) 1 4794041-272518 1Miss It Domino 35 1) HSF Beau Donino 7 (Colonel Donino I I5750754-360762 )Gaviota Domino I 'ean Bullion II) Bullion 18 P 1 3987312-202371 11ean Ito's 60 11 An intensely polled proven young brood matron. with all 14 ancestors being milled. Dam of Innt 157 by CMR Real Larry 1st. reference sire "A." Safe in calf to tihe saimne sire. A bull calf by this mating could be very valuable. COW CWR Adv. Larryetta 30" P-9631239-920790 Calv'd Aug. 12, 1956 'Tattoo: RE 650 LE 6150 UC1 Advanced Larry fCMR Adv Domino 61 1) ICI Advd Larrv 19 :5952953-414751 Marma .Domino :12 1' P-75t14200-566114 Miss It Anxiety I (Junior Anxiety 1 4790141-272518 1 Miss II Domino 35 la CVH Domestic Misch I IDonino Mischief P CVH Duchess Misch. 106 4952947--286320 1eal Duchess 24 11 P-793 1128-624093 ,EG Ladv oval 2139 (HG Proud Mixer 579 H 1 57011 55 JMiss Blanchard 364 H Selling Nih heifer calf At side b)y 'CMi lieal Larry Ist, reference sire "A" f / /59. Safe in caLd to same sire. The calf IV this coating could be Ia onistanding show animal. COW CWR Misch Dominess 7" P-9651230-927564 Calved Nov. 12, 1956 Tatoo: RE 671 1,1, 671 C MRd Mischief Dom. '34 (CMII Rtollo Domino 12 11 .Mischief Donino 13 21 1 557144-316111 lollo's Bluebonnet P P-717034-577711 CMI Domlinette 43 fCirile M adv Domino P 1 3998688-2072-53 FCelia Doinino P IDiamond Mischief IDomlestic Mischief 51 P Miss Diamond B 281 4421000-287792 ILadv Diamond 2 H 630815-413774 Bomnny 82 FBonnv Blanchard 99 1P :1324122-236047 lida 6 P By Mischief Domino R 21st, reference sire 'C.' Safe in calf to CWXI Super Iollo. Officially calfhood vaccinated. COW CWR Misc Dominess 11 P-9717004-961771 Calved Jan. 8, 1957 Tattoo: RE 70;) LE 705 (CMR1 Mischief Do .4 CM13 Rollo Domino 12 P Mischief Domino 1? 21 1 5357144-316111 Bluoelo's blu'onnet I) P-75-17034-577711 CMR Dominette 4:3 Circle M Adv Domino P 1 3998688-20725:3 lCelia Domino I) Euchre Domino 58 1 Euchre Domino I1 Mona lato 6 5361076 -322698 FIern 1 I' 661289.155952 Mona Plato C '1e Advanxiety 14 3124686-167023 1Mona Plato A P Thi.s inte'ns-ly pold heifer is a real prospetive brood natron. Safe in calf iito CWI Super Iollo. Officially calfhiood vaccinated. COW CWR Plato Dominess P-9723567-957748 Calved Jan. 29, 11(57 Taltoo: RE 71-i LE 71-i Catain Plato eal l'lalo Dom 8 I' again n Plato 4 1 10682:15-232978 Victoria Dom 7 H 5591807-:152308 Ladv Princeton I I Princeton Dom H 2785175 D onna Lass H ])HF" II Ilatto Dorn i IPeal Plat" l)o, I1 D111Ile Plato 710 5737-3-56:397 1DHF elle Mischief P P-7210181-3 -Ielle Donnuno 57 (Plato Domino 1 I) 1 :12942781590,56 Semainola Aster -47 H wouldd Iia' calf at side [I sales tai. Iasture exposed ti Mischief Dointo It 21st 2 2 59-5/20 '59. Officinly calfhood vaccinated. 62 LOT 73 cow CWR Misc Dominess 12 P-9717005-961772 Calved Jan. 17, 1957 Tattoo: RE 708 IE 78 1CMR Mischief Don. '14 1CMR Iollo Domino 12 1' Mischief Domino 1 21 1 5257144-116111 11ollo's Bluebonnet 1P P-7547034-577711 jCMR Dominette 41 1 Circle M Adnm Donmino p 1 :3998G88-207253 Celia Domino 1) fSF Larry Mischief 2 fMW Domino :38 H SI" Larrietta 13 1 5725469-362515 Bana 1. Domino 11 p 7092326-523291 Canadian Lady I Royal Canadian H I 48076.51 Caine's Lad*v Iove H By Mischief Domino It 21st, Grand Champion at Knoxville, Tenn, 1951. Safe in calf to CWXI Don Mischief 2nd. Officially calfhood vaccinated. LOT 74 COW CWR Plato Dominess 1 P-9723568-957747 Calved Jan. 30, 1957 Tattoo: RE 715 LE 715 Captain Plato Meal Plato Doin P Captain Plato 45 410682:15-232978 Victoria Dom 7 H 5591807-352308 Lady Princeton I W Prince Don H 27:35175 IDonna Lass H DHF R Plato Dom 21 1RIeal Plato Doin 8 IP DHF Miss Claudette 4 1 .5381362-327870 1Miss Adv Dom 2G3 P 6648019-458819 Claudette 3 Polled Anxiety 4 1' 13145862-139996 lClaudette H Safe in calf to Mischief Domino 13 21st. Officially calfhoodl vaccinated, LOT 75 COW CWR Misc Dominess 16 P-9723571-968360 Called Feb. 15, 1957 Tattoo: RE 721 LE 723 CMR Mischief Do. 34 ICMI Rollo Dornino 12 1 Mischief Domino It 21 1 5357144--316111 F Iollo's Bluebonnett P P-75470:34-577711 :CM I Doninette i Circle M Adv Domino P 1 3998688-207253 ICelia Domino P 1 RC Advanced Larry 11 RCR Advanced Larrv P CXI Anv Iarrvs 1adlx' 7100684-519680 1CMIR Blanche lOt,10 I P-8450785-699800 1 CVH DUchess Mischief 2 fCVI-I Domes Misch I P 1 6121108-401432 JALF Rosalie 4 P Another good heifer b Mischief Domino H 21st, reference sire C.'" Safe in calf to CWR Super Rollo. OfficialIy calfhood vaccinated. 1er dae sells as Lot 26. LOT 76 COW CWR Adv Larryetta 35" P-9684337-944421 Calved Dec. 23, 1956 Tatoo: RE 681 LE 0s1 I RCII Adnvance'd L anrry I CMI Anly lomintn 11' 11CR Advi Larry 19 1 5952953 414751 Bana 1, DIomino :32 > P-751-1200-566134 Miss It Anxiety I IJunior Anxiety P I 4794041-272518 FMiss 13 Dlomino 35 P [HSF Vivtor Domino [Victor Domino 126 P DHF V Dominette 47 1 478T362-264777 I Miss Anxiety 8 S H 7810692-6148G9 !11HF Jean Bullion fSchreiner Dom F 19 )P 1 5763754-364409 I Iean Bullion P Bv 11C1 Advance I.arry 1Wil whose sire sold for $18,501. This yonag Inatron has had one good bull calf and is now safe in calf to CWV Real Lacry Ist, referen'e sire "A ''Tbh niating could easily produce an centstanding calf. LOT 77 CWR Adv. Calved Feb. 17, 1957 RCH Adv Larry 19 P-751,1200-566134 Ani Rolline 4 P-8535638-749,857 Intensely polled, all 14 1st, reference sire A LOT 78 COW Larryetta 41 P-9723572-957753 Tatoo: RE 721 IY 721 (RCH Advanced Larry CM IR Adv Donmino 61 1P 15952953-411751 M aia 1, Domino 32 P Miss It Anxietv I fJunior Anxiety P t 4794041-272518 IMiss I? Domino 35 P 'TPH Rollo Domino 23 (C Rollo Doimino 2 P I 655G82-463916 Consance 5 P Superior Ann 6 fMischief Plus P [ 4347017-231518 ISuperior Ann 60 P ancestors polled. Safe in calf to CMIR RIeal Larry This mating has prove, to nick anl should proatUe an, excellent cal.f COW CWR Misc Dominess 17 P-9746811-968361 Calved March 29, 1957 Tattoo: RE 726 IE 72d CMII Mischief Dom. :14 (MR RollI Domino 12 Mischief Domino 1? 21 .5357144-316111 1lollo's Bluebonnet P P-7547034-577711 CMt Dominette 4 3 Circle M Adv Donino I : 3'1'1818-20725l Celia Donmino 1 .Adv Anxiety Don fCMIR Anxiety lom 34 CWR Anx DominettI 7 724675-92177 lOra Mae P P-8112178-715462 I ii Ia ) .imino I MIelsons Doinuno 20 P I (8818(-4-817:4 Grace Pawnee 7 1' Another good ioeinselv iolli d daughter of Reference Sire "C,'" All B ancestors polled. Safe in calf to CMil al Larry Ist Reference Sire "aX This mating should produce a top calf. Officially calflood vaccinated. Het ilani sells as Lot :32. The Florida Cattleman LOT 69 LOT 70 LOT 71 LOT 72

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COCK 0' WALK'S 'CREAM 0' CROP' DISPERSAL, JAN. 16, 1960 LOT 79 COW I LOT 85 CWR Beau Dominette 2 P-9799265-976821 Calved May 3, 1957 Tattoo: RE 739 LE 739 (iMB Perfection lI ;fection Domino 5 11 CWlt l-au Perfection 6323313438217 iIa Bullion P P-8237350-6841602 IGav Stanway 35 ilEuchr,' Domino 58 P 6i12899455949 Gav Sianwav 191 P Adv Anxiety Dom jCMR Anxiety Dom 34 P C8W0 Anx Dolineti e 1 7249675-592177 I (ra MAe 1' p-8202331 -8-4552 |GS Mixer Girl 8 IPB Mixer lad H 7097683-511199 ILinda Adv Domino 3 1 1;3 of 14 ancestors polled. Safe in calf to CWI) Don Mischief 2nd. Officially calfhood vaccinated. LOT 80 CWR Adv. Calved June 12, 1957 BCB Advd Larry 19 P-7514200-566134 Doniestic Lassie lil i55)-54881)S Miss Lee Calved Apr. 16, 1953 Domino Mischief 40,573,51-204062 Miss Anxiety Lee 14 564:3513-337522 A proven brood iatron COW D Mchf 36" P-7859781-645526 Tattoo: RE 266 L 266 IDomestic Mischief 6 1Domestic Mischief H 1 2738042-120541 11leauty 3 1P I Lena Domino [Mousel Domino 56 H 27:38100-120540 lHelena M 1 jSonny Boy i P Boullion 18 1) 1 430:3866-224059 Pretty Donna P SLady Anxiety 5 Beau Bedford 4 H I 3577311 [Miss Anxiety 38 H that is consistently a producer of good calves. Will le re-bred by sales date. COW I LOT 86 Larryetta 46 P-10062588-1021611 Tattoo: RE 748 11E 748 RCR Advanced Larry (CMR Adv Domino i P 5952953-414751 Illama 1, Domino 32 P 'Miss R Anxiety I jJunior Anxiety 1) 4794041-272518 JMiss It Domino 5 I D domestic Domnino .1 r 2 [Domestic Domino 2 P 4918204-291018 'Platos Girlie 13 H ILiassie Caldo [Beal Caldo 1' 4987119-287816 ILetston Lassie 620 H Another to laughter of RCR Aivance I arrV Intl, Reference sire "B Safe is r calf tii 'u R idd array bst e 'This cross has proven must succesftl anil this first calf (,iiul]Il e ot outstanding value. LOT 81 COW Miss Lee Domino 112" P-8135677-645529 Calved May 7, 1953 Tattoo: RE 281 LE 281 1Do iestic Mischief 6 [Domestic Mischief H Domino Mischief I 2738042-120541 IMeanty :1 P 4057351--204062 Lena Domino Mousel Domino 56 H I 27381X)-120540 I Helena M P ISonny Boy (P Bullion 18 P Miss Anxiety Lee 24 4303866-224059 l'retty Donna P 5889723 Ladv Lee 2 fS Adv Domino 6 P 5452969-323194 Lady Anxiety 3 H laml of good bull selling as Lot 20. A roven broodi matron that las producediltour goid hull calves in four years. Sate in calf to CWt Super Rlollo. COW I LOT 87 CWR Misc Dominess 19 P-10092101-1026917 Calved Jine 29, 1957 Tattoo: RE 750 LE 7i0t CMR Mischief I)oin. 34 ICMR Rollo Domino 12 P Mischief Domino It 21 t 5357144-3161111 1Rollo's Bluebonnet 11 P-75-7084-577711 ICMIR Dominette 4:1 fCircle M Adv Domino P l 3998688-207253 ICelia Domino P 1G Larry Dom 4 IG Larry Dom Jr 1) Eulroka Larrvetta 9 I 4:192138-246165 IMiss Iruid I) 5157919-836859 1 'rincess Bardon (Baron Don 1:1 H [ 2786186 )Princess Bluebilood H 1ly Mischief Domino It 21st, Reference Sire "C." Out of one of our best c;llilation brood matrons, Eureka Larryetta that we paid S1475 ati the 1C101 Dispersal Sale. Safe in calf to CWR Super Rollo. Officially calfhoOd vaccinated. LOT 82 COW Miss Lee D. Mchf. 38" P-7859779-645528 Calved May 4, 195:3 Tattoo: RE 261 ILE 261 MDomestic Mischief 6 1Dotnestic Mischief H Domino Mischief 1 2738042-1220541 jBeauty 3 P 4057351-204062 Lena Domino IMousel Domino 56 H 2738100-120540 Helena M P IRoyal Domino 4 (C Domino 8 1 Lee Iloval Dom Lady 3 1 3750475 IDos Diez Sieta I 591 18:30-468456 IBeauty Rose rGeorgia Grove P 1 3289948 lDoris H Another good proven broodn matron, having dropped one heifer calf and three bull calves in four years. Bred to CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference Sie "A" 9i8/59. This mating should produce t very valuable offspring. COW I LOT 88 WHF Lady Rollina 34" P-7869103-611195 Calved Feb. 26, 195:1 Tattoo: .E W41 IIPrince Rollo 54 [Prince Rollo 38 P Prince illo 1)1) 2 3846295-196772 1Miss Adv Domino 3 P 5755969-:168072 iSprr Prncss ])oin 918 fSprr Pr ])oi 1:1 P [ 301423,55-137451 iBullione Domino 11 P [Best Pub 1:3 Best Man H 11 Kings Lady 2 1 32604y0 2Miss 1S Dom I 0 H 431,16) !King's Laity 2:18 Melain Stalnway ) H 1 2619496 !King's Lady 12:1 H A roven brood tiatron. Her last three calves have ill i)ent bulls and all good. fired to CMR Real Larry 1st. Reference Sire 'A.' A bull calf by (his mating could be most valuable. LOT 83 Miss Lee CalveiT Mar. :1 115: Domino Mischief 4057351-204062 (Uid Miss Anxiety 506 I 150708-4328668 Ci D 6 COW DHF Miss Carlos 56" P-9372527-896936 lve(] May 3, 1956 Tattoo: RE 879 1,1E 87) IT DIT Rollo Domino 2 IDM Rollo Dotminti I P I' Rollo Dommo G 6654499-481506 1Modern Lassie H 785099-6002416 (GF Gwen Doininette I I Graceland Doino H 1 5283094-31314 JCMR Dotninette 50 1' lDHF R Plato Dom 21 [Real Plato I)ot 8 P HF Miss Carlos 22 5:381:362-327870 1Miss Adv Dom 263 1' 648026-464168 Miss Carlos 20 I killed Anxiety 4 P I 3015448-139149 1 Miss Carlos 14 H A proven young brood matron. Now safe in calf to CWR Super Rollo. COW I LOT 89 D Mchf 34" P-7859777-645525 Tattoo: RE 257 LE 257 1Domeslic Mischief 6 [Domestic Mischief 11 I 2738042-12054I 1 Beauty :1 P Lena Domino [Mousel Doimno 56 H I 27:38100-120540 1 H elena M 1) 'SVR Super Domino 12 [ HAF Super Domino 961 H 440,4274-211573 1Miss C Dom Lad 5 1) -Miss Anxietv 1 fAnxiety Woodrow 11 I 4275717-237967 1 Miss Mary G P 1)zam Of Lot 128. Hasie produced four calves in less than four years. ilverag5g a calf every 11 tnonths. A ltl producer. Safe in calf to ('Wi1 Doi Mischief 2nd. LOT 84 Patricia Rollo 39 P-7915061 Called March 20, 195:3 I)Hi K(CMR Izollo D)om Jr. DH ing Itollo 1 3517331-170606 465t2G6--2611 F-I Eva Domino 2 1 3992375--20-1072 EPlato Dom -41 Patriia Plato 56 I 3080816--41507 57G8725--:7710!1 -Iose Marie 2 1 4416662-241084 Iam o f LoIt 112. Another proven brood matron. Dropped twin heifers in 1957. Safe in calf for January, 1960 COW -621016 TYatloo: LE 4188 (CM Rollo Dom P 1VV Bonnie Burton :3 H tDisturber Domino El'va Domino 1 l'la Domino 1 ISeinola Dor lieu [Plato Doa 68 I, 11'rincess Plato P Iour calves in three years. to CWR Super Rollo. Calved July 10, 1953 T PH Rollo Donto 2:. 66.55682-463916 Miss Perfection 30 3806595-194904 Proven brood mlatron LOT 90 Miss Rolline 45" P-8212858-752227 COW Tattoo: RE 249 IC Rollo Domino 2 CMR 11Rollo Domino 13 1i I 4851796-281933 1P'erfection Belle H Constance 5 fMischief Domino 7 1P 4742084-46W090 I Constance 1 (Mischief Domino 7 (Mischief Domino P 1 3029156-140517 1ady Col Plato 2 I' !Miss Perfection 13 [Beau Perfection 10911 P [ 2711165-120121 I Mildred 1' that is intensely polled, all 14 ancestors polled. Safe it calf to CWR Super Rollo. COW WHF Miss Bonnie Beau P-8112166-671761 Calved Sept. 15, 119'3 Tattoo: E11 W82 lPrince Rollo 54 (Prince Rollo :8 1) Prince IRollo 109 3816295-196772 1Miss Adv Dotino 3 1' 5755969-38072 Sprr Prness Dom 918 fSprr Pr Dom 13 P 1 3012355-137451 1Bullione Domino 11 P (Bean Bonnie 123 [Bonnie Domino I) ieau Beauty 8 2850]1 -126! 03 1 Miss Rollo 8 P 4017081-201208 iDos Sexta Septa tLucky Bullion I) I 26W919-0161307 1Miss Oriana P A real lt, brood matron. DaI of good bull calf selling as Io 1:1 atlnI heifer selling as Lot 125. Safe in calf to CMR Real Larry Ist, Reference Sire "A." May have calf at side by sales (late. 63

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COCK 0' WALK'S 'CREAM 0' CROP' DISPERSAL, JAN. 16, 1960 COW I WHF Princess Rollina 38" P-8112163-675177 Calved Sept. 15, 1953 Tattoo: LE W-6 [Prince Rollo 54 [Prince Rollo 38 P Prince Rollo 109 I 7846295-1 P6772 I Miss Adv Domino 3 13 7-55969-368072 Sprr Prnss Doin 918 [Sprr Pr Do i 18 P 3042355-1 87451 Bullione Domino 11 P !CMR Adv Domino 57 [Circle M Adv Dom P SR Prncss Dom 11 I 4087766-207247 1 Princess Domino 5 P 5292298-318905 Bertha Belle [Circle M Adv Domino P S4460099-242934 [Bertha 57 1' An intensely polled proven brood matron. Dam of Lot 50. CMR breeding with all 14 ancestors polled. Selling with heifer calf at side by CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A." Will be rebred by sales date. COW GAR Lady Luck 19" P-8163345-676510 Calved Sept. 2, 1953 Tattoo: LE 140 [Happy Prince C [Prince 1 Charming P GAR Lucky Prince i 5393501-324355 Charming Lassie I' 59506:13-889694 Daisy Domino [S Rollo Domino P 4496661-245120 IDaisy Mae P IMW Larry Domino 7 [Larry Domino 50 H farrvette 41 I 3535020 1 MW Miss Anxiety 65 H 5395871. Dainty Lucy 2 MDainty's Mischief 11 2624722 1Lucy 1' Bull calf at side ly CMI Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A." Also dam of Lots 59 and 124, Safe in calf to Mischief Domino R 21st, Reference Sire "C." COW FZ Miss Anx. Dom. 11" 8196926-660694 Calved Aug. 30, 1953 Tattoo: RE Z 39 [CMR Adv Domino 50 [Circle M Adv Dom P CM Anxiety Dom 34 1 4020950-204462 [June 15 P 51;4838-346035 Bonnie Blanche 81 [Kendale 24 P 1 2532482-105553 )Miss Amarillo 1-I fAdvanxiety PH 12 lAdvanxiety MH 2 P Miss Tennie to I 4058530-220760 IDonna Anna 27 1-1 5228419-3097191 ITennie C's Miss 10 [The Advanxiety H S:1772725-198587 ITennic C's Miss 2 1' A proven good matron with the desirable CMR ani Anxiety cross. Safe in calf to Mischief Donino I 21, reference sire "C" since 6/5/59. LOT 94 GFB Lucky Girl 1" P-8262892-682458 Calved Oct 9, 19M GAR Lucky Prince 53 51 131 -738369 113 Car Kate Mischief 3 A very good producer. Reference Sire "A." COW 'l attoo: LE 2 [Happy Prince C (Prince 1) Clarming I' I M93501-:121355 [Charming Lssie P /Daisv Domino [S Rollo Domino 1 4 4496661-245120 loaisy Moe I' IJFG Domes Misch 44 IDomestic Mischief 97 1) I 5723050-266-855 1 Mischief Maker 33 H GAR Rollette I I ALF Beau R,ll, 36 P 5082297-306046 ALF Prairie Queen 4 1-1 Dion of lof 62. Safe in calf to CMIR Real Larry 1st, This mating should produce a very valuable calf. COW Lydia Mischief 1" P-8294290-818806 Calved Nov. 15, 1953 Tattoo: RE 247 DIlomestic Domino 3 (Domestic Dolino I1 J Aster 1 4652652-256748 1Mischief Maker 14 1I 6152389-4:34880 !Mischievious Aster (Domestic Mischief 82 P 1 4869201-280195 iSeminole Aster 69 -f (J Domes Domino IDomestic Domino 3 1 Lydia Mischief 1 5334631--325577 1 IBlue Bonnet 4 1' 6433818-4:34884 -Choice Lydia [Adv Domino 50 1, I 4087163-222302 / Lydia P A ttl producer selling with bull calf at side by CMR Real Larrv Ist, reference sire "A." Will be re-bred by sales dil-. COW I Clara Rolline 60" P-8535640-752253 Calved Dec, 20, 1953 Tallo: 1f11 272 C Rollo Domino 2 ICMR Rollo Domino 13 1P I PH Rollo Domino 10 4851796-281933 WPerfction Belle H 6187255-460092 Constance .Mischief Domom 7 I1 14712084-460090 1onstance P I Mischief Domino 7 [ Mischief Domino 1) ('lara Domino 4 I 302456-140517 Ia, lv Col Plato 2 11 5A-09'8 -4G3932 Cliara Domino [Mischief Domino 7 11 I 380658919490> Jr(Ia 1) All 14 an5e-tors polled. CMR breeding lot) side. Exc-llent producer. Damu of heifer selling as Lot 1359. Safe im calf to CWR Super Rollo. 64 LOT 97 COW Lady Larryanna 4" P-8664812-798065 Calved March 12, 1954 Tattoo: LE 694 FRCR Advd Larry JCMR Ad Domino 61 p RCR Advanced Larry 2 1 5952953-411751 BI-lama L Domino 32 P 6703941-481543 Noes Baca Duchess 101 1Baca R Domino 33 H 1 5677469 JCapitola Rupert 3 H (Plato Domino 66 [Plato Domino 1 P Lady Plato Dom 6 1 3574442-179823 1Hazbelle Seminole 1181H 4801285-275227 Ima Mischief 2 fWoodrow Mischief P I 3773939-19(65 [Ima 4 P A proven brood mitron by RCR Advance(] Larry 2nd, whose sire sold fhr $18,500. Bred to Mischief DIomino It 21st, Reference Sire "C" 9/6/69 LOT 98 COW Miss Aster A 24" P-8614726-712113 Calved March 16, 1954 Tattoo: RE C 307 LE C 307 (Plato Aster 35 (Victor Plato 2 P GJ Plato Aster 4 1 3566153-172076 1Miss Nina 2 P 5880932-374123 Mississippi Lassie fBob Domino F 15 H I 3817747 1 Daisy Domino 32 H fMellow Mischief Polled Don Carlos 1) T Mellow Alma 3 1 3114615-139154 [Hattie Mischief 4 P 4737241-281526 IT Alma Pres 2 [T Domino Pres I P 1 3807447-192168 [T Alma Domino P Another proven brood matron that has been a good producer. Safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd. LOT 99 Miss Aster A 35" P-8614721-712116 Calved April 27, 1954 Tattoo: RE C 301 LE C 301 [Plato Aster 35 (Victor Plato 2 P GJ Plato Aster 4 [ 8566153--172076 1Miss Nina 2 P 58809,32-374123 [Mississippi Lassie [Bob Domino F 15 H : 3817747 [Daisy Domino 32 H b(Royal Beau D [Beau Domino 283 P Miss Royal M Donna 1 4310395-233310 [Royal Ann P NoO3142-333870 IT Mellow Donna 2 [Mellow Mischief P [ 4633535-258834 [Donna Plato P A good matron that has dropped three good calves in past three years. Darn of good boll selling as Lot 6. Re-bred to CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A" :3/31/59. LOT 100 Belle Rolline 2" P-8535644-752236 COW Calved May 7, 1954 Tattoo: RE 273 [CMR Rollo Domino 13 [CMR Rollo Domino P C IRollo Dlomino 2 3804164-190325 [Pawnee Bell I' 4851796-281933 Perfection Belle JPerfection Lad 5 P 4134472 iBelle Domino 38 H Mlend Plato Domino [ Plto~ Domino I P Belle Domino 40 1 2839351-123565 1 Reals Lass 8 H 8842656-26780 Belle Domino 36 ['lato Domino I P 1 3013122-174464 [Belle Domino 6 1' Dan of Lot 5 bull, and Lot 137 heifer. A good brood matron. Sells with heifer calf at side CWft Bonnio Domino 37th 1y CMR Real Larry 1st, reference Sire "A." Will be re-bred by sales late. LOT 101 COW DHF Miss Choice P P-8390617-749814 Calved June 26, 1954 Tattoo: RE 0404 LE 040 (Real Plato Domino 8 [Real Plato Domino P DHF IR Plato Dom 21 1 33334,3--153844 )Belle Domino 3 H 5381362-327870 [Miss Adv Domino 268 [Advd Domino 79 13 I 4562197-248511 [Miss Alv Dom, 86 P HSF Beau Domino (Colonel Domino P JIFL Typis, 3 5494510-330787 [Karen 207 P 6418928-44674 Lady Christine 2 [Armistice P I 5229329-318836 )Lady Christine P Another proven producer and provider. Three calves in less than three years. Safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd. LOT 102 Lady Adv. Dom. P-8731274-800850 Calved (let. 13, 19541 Tattoo: LIE 754 The Challenger [Advanced Domino 30 P Challenger Domino 33 3677777-185153 [Ella 86 P 5716923-311395 GHR Lady M Rupert [GHR Monk's Domino It S3542585 I Lady H Rupert 3 H (SV Dom Lamplighter [Domestic Lamplighter 14 SV Ladv Domino 51 1 4076137-243103 lQueen Domino 22 P 4971560-289058 I Lady Domino 27 [Choice Domino 39 P 3 :77831-186003 lIsabel 72 1' A proven brood matron With many good qjUalities. Safe in calf to Mischie Domino It 21st Chanpion at Knoxville, Temn. 1954 that sold for $3,000 at a yearling. The Florida Cattleman LOT 91 LOT 92 LOT 93 LOT 95 LOT96 cow cow

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COCK 0' WALK'S 'CREAM 0' CROP' DISPERSAL, JAN. 16, 1960 LOT 103 Duchess Domino 9" P-8924076-808398 COW I LOT 109 Calved January 11, 1955 Tattoo: LE 779 Pld Modest Liamp 2 FModest Lamnplighter H Modest C Lamp 5 i 5043239-321966 1Spangle P (031862-379197 I Lady Gold I Pld Adv Dorn 2 1) I 4799697-277509 Miss Goldie 11 [The Challenger (Advanced Dom :30 1) IDachess Domino 3 1' 3677777-18515 ; Ella 86 P 5004171-292746 1Duchess Woodnrw 3 [Mean Disturber Jr p [ 3517133-174552 IDucliess Woodrow 2 P Sells with boll calf at side, CWR Larry Domino 40th, by CMR Real Larry Ist, Reference Sire "A." Will be re-bred by sales date. LOT 104 COW DHF Bonnie Pride P-9372507-896913 Calved January 11, 1956 Tattoo: RE 828 LE 828 IReal Plato Dom 8 Real Plato Domino 1P DHF It Plato Doin 21 1 :1*13433-158844 Belle IDon 3 It 5381362-327870 Miss A Jv o 26 [Advanced Domino 79 P 1 4562197-248511 Miss Adv Doim 86 1' IRollo Pride Misch 1 fRollo Mischief P L Bonnie Pride i 5001793-2131)571 jDonna Mischief P 61t6837-406322 !Lorretta Bonnie 0Bonnie 103 P I 3993162-271753 Loretta's Dandy H Has had one calf. Now safe in calf to CWR Super Rollo. rnW LOT 110 Helen Lamplighter P-8924080-808393 Calved January 13, 1955 Tattoo: 1,E 787 IPhd Modest Laip 2 fModest Lamplighter H Modest C Lamp 5 1 5043239-321966 ISpangle P 6031862-379197 i LadV Gold ill Adv Dom 2 P 1 4799697-277509 Miss Goldie I' (Bert Domino iAdd Doi 30 P Helen Domino 2 1 369928G-185145 11Iertha Domino H 5004175-297378 Helen Domino fPr Dom Gem :3 P [ 3683476-184299 IMardel Doi 1) A proven producer with many excellent qualities. Safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd. LOT 105 COW DHF Agnes Rolloette P-8915949-784082 Calved April 20, 1955 Tattoo: RE 812 LEI 812 fDT Rollo Domino 2 FIM Rollo Domino 1 1' DT Rollo Domino G 1 6654499-481506 1Modern Lassie H 7785099-600246 GF Gwen Dominette 1 IGraccland Domino H 1 5283094-313134 JCMR Dominette 51) P fDH1 It Plato Dom 31 FReal Plato Domn 8 P DHF Agnes Plato 3 1 5763767-35697 1D-F Belle Misch 1' 7714088-591227 'DHF Agnes Rollo fDHF King Rollo P I 5570995-341798 1 Agnes 2 P Can of heifer selling as Lot 145. Safe in calf to Mischief Domino IR 21st, Reference Sire '"C"' Knoxville, Tenn. Champion that sold for $3,000 as a yearling. LOT 106 Doranna Lamp P-8924090-808397 Cow Calved May 12, 1955 Tattoo: 1,1E 834 Pld Modest, Lamp 2 FModest Lamlplighter H Modest C Lamp 5 1 5043239-321966 FSpangle 1) 6031862-379197 FLadv Gold IPld Adv Dom 2 P 1 4799697-277509 FMiss Goldie P (The Challenger (Advanced Domino 30 1) Doranna Domino I 3677777-185153 l11lla 86 P 6155101-404350 FDora Domino 2 FBUllionl 10 P F 4008780-207751 IlDora Domino 1) I)am of good bul selling as Lot 17. Intensely polled 13 of 14 ancestors polled. A proven good matron safe in calf to CWIR Don Mischief 2nd. LOT 107 COW Lady C Lamp 47" P-9170528-818516 Calved Tne 9, 1955 Tattoo: LE 8-17 F1ld Modest Lanmp 2 [Modest Lamlplighter I Modest C Lamp 5 50 413239-321966 FSoangle P 6031862-379197 I Lady (old Ild Adv Dom 2 P I 4799697-277509 F Miss Goldie 1P (The Challenger fAdv Dom t0 I Lady Choice Domino F 3677777-185153 F Ella 86 1' 5786457,66143 )Nanev Domino WBert Domino 1) 1 5004174-297377 FNancy Bullion 1' A proven good brood matron that has produced two to) hull calves. Safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd. LOT 108 cow DHF Lady Belle 45" P-9372513-896923 Calved January 31, 1956 Tattoo: RE 843 LE 843 [Captain Plato Flreal Plato Dorn P Captain Plato 45 40(68235-232978 FVictoria Dorn 7 1f 5591807--2308 I.l~adv Princeton 1 Flrinceton Don If 1 27:35175 IDonna Lass H 1DHF o Plato Dom 21 fileal Plato Don 8 P Ir Domino Bello :81362-327870 F Miss Adv )oin 263 P 6879897-481159 DHF" Belle Domino II i (eal Plato Don 8 1' I 5875M56-366510 JDF Belle Mischief 1P Has had one calf. Now safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd. for January, 1960 cow DHF Bonnie Plato 4" P-9372517-896928 Calved February 25, 195(i Tattoo: RE 858 LE 858 (Captain Plato MReal Plato Dom P Captain Plato 45 1 4068235-232978 lVictoria Dom 7 1-1 5591807-352308 1 Lady Princeton I f Irinceton Dom 1[ 2735175 IDonna Lass H (DHF R Plato Don 21 lReal Plato Doi 8 1' DHF Bonnie Plato 5381362-327870 Miss Adv Dion 213 P 7649561-578393 Miss Larry Domino 74 IG Larry Dom 2 1' 1 6262:396-106165 IMiss Druid I) Dam of Lot 16:1 CWR Bonnie Domino 30th by CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A." Rebred to same sire 7,30/159. LOT 111 COW DHF Belle Rollo 58" P-9372521-896950 Calved February 7, 195G Tattoo: RE 870 LE 870 fDT Rollo Domino 2 FDM Rollo Domino 1 IP DT Rollo Domino G I bb54 1491141506 FModern Lassie H 7785099-600246 GF (Gwen )ominette I (Gracland Domino It F "w8l0 4-34 111 CMR Diominette 50 I (Captain Plato 45 (Captain Plato 1) DHF Belle Dandy I 111807-:152308 FLady Princeton 1 1P-7869731-623986 DHF RelIe Domino 11 Ileal Plato Dom 8 P I 575 6-366510 IDHF B1'll Mischief P Dropped good bull calf 5 :)59. Now safe in calf to CMR lleal Larry Ist lleference Sire "A." Officiallv calfhood vaccinated. LOT 112 COW DHF Bonnie Real 5" P-9372518-896940 Called March 9, 1956 Tattoo: RE 863 11 863 (DT Rollo Domino 2 (DM Ilollo Domino 1 P DT Rollo Domino G 1 6651499-481506 FModern Lassie H 7785099-600246 GF Gwen Dominette 1 (Graceland Domno H 1 5283094-:313134 FCMR DominetIe 50 1 IDHF R Plato Dom 21 FReal Plato Don 8 1) DHF Bonnie Plato 2 1 5:381362-327870 1 Miss Adv Domino 263 P P-7773325-606281 FAnnamae Domino fMossy DIomino 199 1' [ 4942768-271759 lIrnocence's Pride H I)am of open heifer selling as Lot 164. Safe in calf to CWR Don Mischief 2nd. Officially calfhood vaccinated. LOT 113 cow DHF Miss Blchd 10" P-9372525-896951 Calved March 31, 1956 Tattoo: RE 877 LE 877 [Captain Plato 45 FCaptain Plato P DHF Larry Blanchard 1 5591807-352308 iLady Princeton I 1-f P-8245468-685298 'Miss Larry Dom 80 (C Larry Domino 2 I' F 6262398-406160 lJoan P IDHF I Plato Dom 31 FReal Plato Don 8 1 DHF Belle Plato 15 F 57(3:3767-356397 FDHII Belle Mischf 1' 6648022-458825 1 DHF Plato Lassie [IReal Plato Domino 8 I F 4823580-268723 FDown's Lassie 8 1) Diam of open heifer selling at Lot 146. 13 of 14 ancestors polled. Safe in calf to CWR Super Rollo. Officially calfhood vaccinated. I LOT 114 COW DHF Agnes Plato 6" P-9372524-896939 Calved April 3, 1956 Tattoo: IIE: 874 LE 871 [DT Rollo Domino 2 FDM Rollo Domino 1 P II' ollo Domino G 1 66541499-481506 Modern Lassie H 7785099-600246 !GF Gwen Dominette I (Graceland Domino I F 5283094-311:34 CMR Domnine'te 50 I' IDHI I t Phlo Domn :1 (Ileal Plato IDom 8 11 DIIF Agnes Plato 3 5763767 15697 1Flt Belle Mischt I) P-7714088 591227 DHIF Agnes l ollo I11F King Rollo P 1 5570995 -311798 1 Agnes 2 1' Selling with heifer 'alf at side by CMII Real Larrv Ist, reference sire ''A'' RIebred to same sire 9/61 59. Officially calfhooi vaccinated. 65

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COCK 0' WALK'S 'CREAM 0' CROP' DISPERSAL, JAN. 16, 1960 LOT 115 COW DHF Lady Banner P-9372528-896934 Calved April 7, 1956 Tattoo: RE 882 LE 882 'DT Rollo Domino 2 [DM Rollo Domino I P DT Ilitii Dolino G I6654499-481506 IModern Lassie H 7785099-600246 (1GF Gwen Doinette 1 (Graceland Domino H1 528:1094-313134 ICMR Dolminette 5)0 P I HSF Bean Domino (colonel Doi Ii .11 Tyist 1 1 5494510-:130787 IlKaren 207 P 64181)28-449674 .lady iChristine 2 FArmistice P 1 5229:320-318836 Ladv Christine P Dam of open heifer selling as Lot 155 by CM 1 Real Larry 1st, reference sire "A." Safe in calf to Mischief Domino 12 21st, Reference Sire -C." Officially calfhood vaccinated. LOT 116 COW CWR Misc Dominess 21 P-10099413-1046776 Calved July 1), 1957 Tattoo RE 756 LE 756 I CMI Mischief Dom :4 (CMR Rollo Domino 12 F Mischief Domino 1? 21 |51357144-316111 Ioillo's Bluebonnet 1) P-7547)34-577711 C'M1 Dominette 4:1 Iirele M Adv Domino P : 3998688-207253 Celia Domino P C Rollo Advance 2 I'MR lollo Doin 1:I P Rollie Rubv 2 5628876-35178 (CM' Domiimette 100 P 6961270-516,587 iRuby 1 lato Domino 70 P [ 5292065 IPrincess Domino 2 P Double bred CMIR both tol and bottoni, intensly polled, 1:1 of 14 ancestors polled. Sired by Mischief Domino 12 21st, Reference Sire "C." Will he bred bv sales late. Officially calfhood vaccinated. LOT 117 cow | CWR Misc Dominess 22 P-10099414-1046780 Calved August 8. 1957 Tattoo RE 759 LE 759 (CMII Mischief Dian 34 CM 1 Rollo Domino 12 1 Mischief Domino 12 21 5:157144-316111 lRollo's Bluebonnet 1 P.7547034-577711 CM1 Dominette 4 3 lircle M Adv Domino P 1)998688-207253 I Celia Domino Ii Domino Mischief IIJlomlestic Mischief G P Miss Lee I) Mchf 36 40,57351-204062 1 Lena Doino P P-7859781-615526 Miss Anxiety Lee 14 liSonny Bov 1) S56-43513-3371522 ll.adv Anxietv 5 1 Another good prispie-tive brood natron that is intensely polled and sired by Mischief Domino I2 21st. Will le bred by sales date. Officially calftiood vaccinated. LOT 118 COW CWR Misc Dominess 23 P-10099415-1046777 CalVed August 30, 1957 Tattoo IE 761 LE 761 ICMIR Mischief DomIn 34 JCMR RoIli Domino 12 I Mischief Domino R 21 5157144-316111 1 Rollo's Bluel.iinnet 1) P-7517034-577711 I'MR Dominette 4: Ilircle M Adv Domino 1) 1 3998688-207252 Celia Domino ) 4RCR Advi Larry 19 1 tCR Advanced Larrv 1 CWIt Aiv Larryetta 7 1 7514200-5661:34 Miss 14 Anxiety I P P-8785522-757982 lGay Stanway 39 Euclre Donino .48 Ii [ 612905-45515946 IGav Stnnwav 5 1' Sired ly Mischief Demnino 12 21st. reference Sire "C' Out Of an Advance Larry cow. All 14 ancestors polled. Will be bred by sales date. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Her diam sells as I ot 39. LOT 119 cow CWR Misc Dominess 24 P-10122189-1039371 Calved September 2P, 1957 Tattoo RE 762 LE 762 (CMR Mischief Dorn 4 (34CM Rollo Domino 12 I Mischief Domino It 21 5357144-316111 lROllO's BlIOuiniCt P 1i-754170:14-577711 I(541 Doninette 43 (Circle M AdV Domino Ii 11998688-207253 Celia Domino Pi Advarie Misch PH 5 (Advance Misch PH I1 P Gav Girl 1) 5371463-327771 Mona Plato K I) 6612896455943 Gvay Girl 2 [The Advanxietv H1 I124685-167025 1Gay Girl I' Should develop into an excellent brod matron, Half sister to Lots ]IiI. 117, 118. Will be bred by sales (late. Officially calfhod vaccinateld. LOT 120 COW CWR Misc Dominess 25 P-10122190-1039375 Calved November 1, 1957 Tattoo RE 765 LE 765 ('M Mischief Dot it (4CM Rollo Donino 12 1 Mischief Domtino 1t 21 5-57144-:16111 lRollo's Bluebonnet P P-7547034-577711 CM Doiniet Ii 43 ICircle M AdV Domino I, 3998688-207253 I Celia Domino P I CR Advanced L arry JCMU Adv Domiino Gl P AdV Larrv Princess 59529o3-414751 lama 1. Domino :12 P P-77641890-60:33.50 GHIC Princess I lemMt Adv Domlino 8 P 5825178-38:t455 (1)1 DHF Princtss 27 P Should develop into all excellent brool matron. Half sister to Lots I 1I1. 117, out of an A,]\an(!,, Larry cow. This cross has proven excellent. All 14 ancestors polled. Will be fired lv sales (late. Officially calfhood vaccinated. 66 LOT 121 cow CWR Misc Dominess 27 P-10122192-1039378 Calved November 17. 1957 Tattoo IE 771 LE 771 nCMI Mischief DoM 34 CMR U0110 Domino 121 Mischief Domino I 21 |5357144-316111 1 lollo's Bluebonnet 11 P-7547034-577711 1CMR1 Doninette 43 iCircle M Adv Dominti I I 3998688-207253 ICelia Domino 1' IRCA Advd Larry 19 f RCR Advanced Larry 1P CWR Adv Larrvetta .1 7514200-566134 1 Miss 1t Anxiety 1 1) P-8785519-757987 HDH-) Mischief Belle (GHR Anx Misch 1721 S7308.521-573267 IMHF Scioto Bell 1' Another CMR, Advance Larry cross that should prove to be a valuable asset to any herd. All 14 ancestors polled. Will he bred by sales date. Of, ficialiv calfhood vaccinated. LOT 122 COW CWR Misc Dominess 28 P-10199114-1064974 Calved December 23, 1957 Tattoo RIE 784 LE 784 ('Mi1 Mischief Donm 34 1CMR Rollo Domino 121 Mischief Donino 14 21 5357144-316111 1110oll's Bluebonnet P P-75470:34-577711 CM2 Dominette 43 (Circle M Adv Dlomino P (3998688-207258 lCelia Domino P [Euchre Domino .58 fEuchre Domino P Mona Plato 6 5361076-322698 t Fern 1 P 6612891-455952 IMona Plato C 'The Advanxiety H I 3421686-167023 IMona Plato A 1) Sired b V Mischief Domino 12 21st, Reference sire "C." She is intensely polled with CMR breeding. Will be bred by sales date. Officially calfhood vaccinated. LOT 123 COW CWR Misc Dominess 29 P-10199115-1064977 Calved January 4, 1958 Tattoo RE 801 LE 801 CM 1 Mischief Dom 34 CMR Rollo Domino 121 Mischief Domino 14 21 5357144-316111 lRollo's Bluebonnet 1i P-75470:34-577711 CM1 Domninette 43 1 Circle M Adv Domino P I 3998688-207253 1Celia Domino P (TPH Rollo Donino 2:3 C Rollo D omino 2 1) Perfection ltolline 1 6655682-463916 Constance .5 1 P-7809925-752225 IMiss Perfection 13 Beau Perfection 109 I) I 2711165 120121 tMildred P CMR breeding, all 14 ancestors polled. An excellent prospect. Will be bred by sales date. Officially calfiood vaccinated. LOT 124 COW CWR Anx Princess P-10199116-1064980 Called January 4. 1958 Tattoo RE 802 LE 8W2 Aitv Anxiety Do i 1CM 1 Anxiety Don 34 F CWR1 Anx IDonino 7 7249675-592177 1Ora Mae P P-8450783-71.5458 (Miss 1t Anxiety I Ilunior Anxiety 1' I 4794041-272518 1 Miss R Donino :t5 P IGAR Lucky Prince I Happy Prince C P GAR Lady Luck 19 59,50632-389694 1aisy Domlino P P-8 1633145-676510 LarryetIa 41 1 MW Larry Donino H I 58112171 I IDainty Lucy 2 H Her dam sells as Lot 92. A CM 1 bred heifer that should make an excellent brood matron. Will be fired tby sales late. Officially calfhood vaccinated LOT 125 COW CWR Misc Dominess 30 P-10200706-1067105 Calved January 7, 19.58 Tatloo RE 815 111 805 (CMR Mischief Dom 34 (CM1 IRiil liilaocino 121 Mischief Domino 1t 21 5357144-316111 1Rollo's Bluebonnel P P-7547034-577711 CIMR Dootnette 4 (Circle M Adv Domino I I 399888-207251 I C'elia Dolmino P IPrince Rollo 109 ffPrince lollo 54 P WHF Miss Bonnie Bean 5755969--:368072 iSprr Prness Don 918 I P-8112166-671761 (Beau Beautly 8 IBeau Bonnie 12:3 P I 40417081-204268 ID Os Sexta Sept P DaIi selling as Lot WI. Many of her half brothers and half sisters being offered in this sale. All 14 ancestors polled, Will be bred by sales clate Officially calfhood vaccinated. LOT 126 COW CWR Bonnie Domino 2 P-10243094-1074466 Calved January 16, 1958 Tattoo 1212 813 1E fi1:1 (CMII Larry Domino 118 (CM Larry Donino P CM I Real Larrv I 7719551-600122 1CMR1 Donna Misch 17 1' P-8705171-769692 I Ionni' Ieal FPawnee Real 61 P I 7055152-5217N8 Iibonnie Heiress :3 P (CVH Domestic Misch 1 IDoinino Mischief P CVH Duchess Mise 106 | 4952947-286320 MIeal Duchess 24 P P-792 11:38-624093 FEG LadY Royal 21:39 t HG Ilroud Mixer 579 H 1 5701155 Miss Blanchard :364 H Sired by CMIt Real Larrv Ist, Grand Champion of Arkansas 1956, out Of CVII DuIhess 106 whose half sister was Grand Champion female at Atlantl 1952. With this breeding She should IriOduCe iiit standing show animals Will be bred iy sales date. Officially calfhood vaccinated. The Florida Cattleman I

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COCK 0' WALK'S 'CREAM 0' CROP' DISPERSAL, JAN. 16, 1960 LOT 127 cow CWR Misc Dominess 33 P-10243096-1074459 Called january 17, 1958 Tattoo RE 816 LE 816 (CMRz Mischief Iom 24 (CMI ilollo Donino 12 1 Mischief Domino 1? 21 53.57144 -1111 I Ilollo's Bluebolinnet P 1,-7517034-577711 C'M R Dominette 4:1 Circle M Adv )oinino P I 3998688-207253 Celia Domilno I [HSF Victor Domino 2 Victor Domino 126 P CRl Ethel 2 520109.5-313996 IFay Domino :1 P 6931715-494337 IEthel T'I' Suratt Presidknnt P I 4228454-25276(1 Sapphirv P All 14 ancestors polled. Sired bv Mischief Domino 21st. Reference Sire C. An xcellent prospective brood matron. Will be bred by sales date. Officiallv calfhood vaccinated. LOT 128 cow CWR Anx Dominette 17 P-10243098-1074463 Calved January 19, 1958 'Tattoo RE 818 LE 818 SAdv Anxiety Ito11 ICMIR Anxiety Don 34 I CWH A\nx rimino 7 724967.5-592177 1Ora Mae P P-8450783-715458 IMiss It Anxiety I [Junior Anxiety I) [ 4794041-272518 1 Miss HI Domino 35 1' (iDlomino Mischief I Domestic Mischief (1 P Miss Lee D Mchf 34 40.57351--204062 ILena Domino P I'-7859777-645525 I(GHR Miss Anxiety 506 ISVIR Super Domino 12 P I 5450708-328668 tMiss Anxiety 1 P Itis CMIR, Anxiety cross has proven excellent. All 14 ancestors polled. U an sells ;is Lot 8:. Will be bred by sabs date. Officially calbood vaccinated. LOT 129 COW CWR Misc Dominess 36 P-10294866-1082916 Calved February 9, 1958 Tattoo RE 836 LE 836 1CM I Mischief IDomino 1CMR IIIollo IDomino 12 1 Mischief Domino It 211 34 5857144-11(1111 i Rollo's Bluebonnet 1' '7547034 577711 CMR Dominette 4:3 ICircle M Adv Domino I) 1 3998688-207253 Cel ia Doinlo P JFG Domestic Mischi 53 [Doemstic Mischief 97 1) MVF Ann Mischief I I 5818766-379709 JMerry Mischief 2 1) 7151623 537529 |Big Cove Lass 8 IT Domino 14 P I 4677103-270105 1lowe's Sprr Prn D3 P Another good prospective brood matron with all 14 ancestors polled. Will be bred by sales late. Officially calfhood vaccinated. LOT 130 COW CWR Misc Dominess 37 P-10306662-1083413 Calved February 17, 1958 'attoo RE 837 LE 8:17 MCMRI Misch Doio 34 CMIH Rollo Dorn 12 P Mischief Doinino It 21 1 5357144-316111 IIRollos Bluebonnet 7517034-577711 CMR Dominette 4:1 ICircle M Adv Doi 1) [ 3998688-207253 Celia Domliio I' I 4GH1 Rollo Dolino :1 ICMII Rollo Dao 15 1' BC(9110110 Qu en 47149G2-26758:3 ISuperior Ann :1 I 6539533-4580410 A rness Advance DoIm :31 [Advanced Donno 4:1 1 1 4334555 -252350 Il.owes Plriiess Roltlo I It I i xcellt CM I breeding, 14 ancestors polled. Sired by Mischief Domino It 21st, out of a oltlo I louiio cow. Will be bred by sales dait,. Officially calohod vaccinated. LOT 131 cowi CWR Misc Dominess 39 P-10306664-1083416 Cilved March 1, 19.58 attoo HE 840 E 840 CMRI Misch IDoin 34 1CMR I ollo Don 12 P Mischief lDommo It 21 I 5357144--3161111 Ilollos Bluebonnet P 747:024-577711 CMR Doiniette 43 Ciircle M Adv Don P I 3998688-207253 11Clia Donino P IAdv Anxietv Dorn [CMlR Anxiety Doi 34 P (WI? Anx Doiinette 11 1 7249675-592177 1Ora Mae P1 P18851659-778417 Miss Lee II Mischief 11 1 Domiino Mischief P C 7859783645530 IMischief Margan HI Circle M Breeding lto and bottom. With anxiety outcross that has proven 111( st successful. A top replacement heifer. Will be bred by sales date. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Dars sells as Lot 41. LOT 132 cow CWR Misc Dominess 40 P-10306665-1083414 Called April 3, 1!58 Tattoo RE 8-I1 LE 841 [CMRI Mischief l]), 4 (CMI Rollo Domino 121' Domhiet Dmino It 21 1 5357144-2161111 Iilli's BIlebonnet I) P7:347034-577711 CMR Dominette 4 3 Circle M Adv Domino P I 3998688-207253 IC'liDomino I' I louino Mischief I domestic Mischief 6 P iss Lee 11 Mclf :5 I 1 4057351-204062 ll-na Domino P l' Nt78t (145527 Miss Anxiety Lee 26 fSonny Bov P I 5927129--4627:19 IMiss Anxiety 31 11 100 per ceit polled. witl, uanIy good qualities incli uing CMII breeding. All excellent prospective brood m1alro,. Officially calfhood vaccinated. for January, 1960 BCF Rollo Queen (dam of Lot 130) LOT 133 cow CWR Bonnie Domino 7 P-10316793-1087940 Calved May 14. 1958 'Tattoo RE 846 LE 846 [CMR Larry Domino 118 [CMIt Larry Domino I CMR Real Larry 1 1 7719551-600122 1CMRt Donna Misch 17 P 18705171-76902 !Bonnie Real I Pawnee Real 6 1' 17055152-521758 1Bonnie Heiress 3 P fDomino Mischief JIlomestic Mischief 6 P Miss Lee 1) Misch 23 1 4057351-204062 Lena Domino P P7481108-632416 'Miss Anxiety Lee 11 ISonny Boy P j 5643520-3:37520 I Miss Anxiety 41 H Sired by CMRH Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A." She carries many of his excellent oualities and is intensely polled. Officially calfhood vaccinaled. Sells Open. I LOT 134 cow CWR Bonnie Domino 8 P-10316794-1087938 Calved May 14, 1958 TaItoo lIE 817 ILE 847 1CMI Larry Domino 118 fCMII I arry Donino Ii CMR Real Larry 1 I 7719551-600122 ICMRI Donna Misch 17 1P P8705171-7696 2 !Bonnie Real jPawnee Real 6 I' 1 7055152-521758 IBonnie Heiress 3 1) IDomestic Domino Jr 2 IDomestic Domino 2 1) Domestic Lassie 1 49418204-2918 l Plato's Girlie 1t IH 6616596-F548868 Lassie Caldo lBeau Caldo P I 4987119-287816 I Letston Lassie 620 14 By CMR Real Larry 1st, Grand Champion Arkansas 1956, out of one our best milking brood matrons. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open. LOT 135 cow CWR Bonnie Domino 9 P-10316795-1087941 Calvod Junie 6, 1958 Tattoo RE 852 LE 852 ICMR Larry Domino 118 CMII Larry Domino 1 CMR Real Larrv I I 7719551-60(0122 ICMR Donna Misch 17 P P8705171-769692 !Bonnie Real IPawnee Real 61 P I 7055152-521758 1Bonnie Heiress :3 P I1CR Advd Larry 19 l(RCR Advanced Larry P CWH Adv Larrvetta 5 I 7514200-566134 1Miss I? Anxiety 1 1P P8785520-7571(83 Gay Stanway :37 fEuchre Doniino 48 P ( 6612902-455947 Gay Stanway 3 Ii By CMII Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A" out of an Advance Larry cow. All 14 ancestors polled. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open. LOT 136 CWR Bonn Calved June 19, 1958 CMIR Real Larry 1 P8705171-769692 BCF Rollo Lass 1 65:395l34-465017 Sired ty CM I Real and boltomn. A real cow ie Domino 10 P-10316796-1087935 iattoo RE 853 LE 853 ('MIR Larry Donino 118 CMR Larry Domino I i 7719551-60122 )('MRl Donna Mish 17 P Boninuie Real IPawnee Real G 1) I 70.55152-521758 1 Ionnie Heiress :3 1) (GHF Rollo Doinino :1 CMR Ioilo Dor 15 I' I 4714962-267Mt3 1Superior Ann :3 P Big Cove Lass :31 IIig Cove Domino 5 I I 5685238 llig Cove Lass 5 1' Larry 1st. Reference Sire "A." CMR breeding t)p prospect. Offi-ially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open. 67

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COCK 0' WALK'S 'CREAM 0' CROP' DISPERSAL, JAN. 16, 1960 LOT 137 COW CWR Misc Dominess 42 P-10316797-1087930 Called dune 20, 1958 Tattoo RE 855 LE 855 CMIR Mischief Dom 34 CM Ilollo Dom 12 11 Mischief Domino R 21 5157114-316111 Rollos Blluebonnet P 1 '575170:14 577711 CMRI IDoninette 43 (Circle M Adv Dom 11 ;'(98(88 -2072e5( Celia Domino I1 C ollo Domino 2 CMR Rollo IDoin 13 P Belle Ilolline 2 1 4851796-281933 flPerfection Belle H 118535G44-752236 Belle Domino 40 Real Plato Domino P 3812656-206780 IBelle Domino 61 P Circle M Breeding lolp and bottom. Intensely polled. A good replacement individual. Dan sells as Lot 100. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open. LOT 138 COW CWR Misc Dominess 43 P-10316799-1087934 Calved July I. 1958 Tattoo RE 858 LE 858 CMR Mischief Dom n4 (CMI RIllo Dom 12 1' Mischief Domino R 21 5857114-1161 I I )Rollo's Bluebonnet 11 P7517034 577711 CM Dominette 43 (Circle M Adv Dom P I198688-207251 Celia Domino P CWR Super Ilollo IIHR Super Ileollo 1 CWR Anxiety Itollette '82(6107-658547 IBCFI Rollo Lass -P P1926142:2-85;855 CWR Anx Dominette 2 fAdv Anxiety Dom P l '82102327-666358 JJ Essie Anxiety 11 All 14 ancestors polled. Sired by Mischief Domino R 21st, Reference Sire C' out of an Anxiety cow. This cross has proven most successful, Dam sells ies ,o 51. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open. LOT 139 Calved J Mischief P7545,17034 ('VII Ro P91264:37 COW CWR Misc Dominess 44 P-10316800-1087933 uly 17, 1958 Tattoo RE 860 LE 860 (CMR Mischief Dom 34 [CMR Rollo Dom 12 1) Domino 21 I 5857144. -316111 Rollo's Bluebonnet P -577711 CM11 Dleomiinetce 43 I Circle M Adv Dom P 1 1998688-207253 lCelia Domino P CWR, Anx Domino 4 [Adv Anxiety Dom 1) Io Dominette I 8202322-684550 1Miriam Do inio I' -853851 Patricia Ioilo 39 fDHF King Rollo I I P7915061-621016 1Icatricia Plato 56 I>c All 14 ancestors polled. CMR, Anxiety breeding, a proven Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open. successful cross. LOT 140 COW CWR Misc Dominess 47 P-10368468-1095069 Calved August 14, 1958 Tattoo RE 871 LE 871 (CMR Mischief Dom :4 jCMR Ilollo Dori 12 P Mischief Domino It 21 1 5857144-16111 1ollce's Bluceonnet P1 P751703457771 CMR Dominette 43 1Circle M Adv Deon ie I :39988-207253 lCelia Domino P (CVR SUieer 1Illo (GIR Super Rollo P CVR Beau Iollette P82(617-58547 I 1BCF Rollo Lass 1 P P92G41:33853852 '11131 Bc'au Victor 8 (HSF Beau Victor 55 P I 81G61720:3-656179 Callie 1' Intensely polled, all 14 anc'stors polled. Dae sells as Lot 55. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open. LOT 141 COW CWR Baca Dominess P-10559887-1132143 Calved December 6, 1958 Tattoo RE 878 LE 878 CMV Baca Prince 1 CMI Bce ]Like Ii (X'W i cca Pcrine 2 1 71(229114--6283:41 1 Mss SA Ilol c) 1 I 119188079-84065o DHF Miss Col. Doee 29 3HSF Beau Domino 7 1' 772.1885-601084 Jean Bullion 1) MiscCW omno7 11 21 f[(M Miscl o 14 1' (XVII Miscle IDeemciiess 3 75A1703-577711 CMII Iceninelte -43 1e P8961175-788502 eBama Larrvanna 8 REL S Perfection 1W8 1) 6758044-489544 1 Miss Glory 45 H Intensely polled. Double bred CMR. Iam sells as Lot 46. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open. LOT 142 CWR Misc Dominess 50 P-10581 LOT 143 COW CWR Bonnie Domino 17 P-10581247-1138760 Calved December 26, 1958 Tatto RE 886 LE 886 ICMR Larry Domino 118 fCMIR Larry Domino 1) CMR Real Larry 1 1 7719551-600122 1CMR Dona Mschf 17 1 P8705171-769692 1Bonnie Real I Pawnee Real 6 I' 7055152-521758 [Bonnie Heiress 3 P (It Advd Larry 19 RCR Advd Larry CWR Adv Larryetta 2 1 75142W-566134 IMiss It Anxiety 1 P P8728823-738232 -|CR Princess Domino I fBattle Mixer 24 P t 7636965-583266 IPrness Dom 2 1) Sired by CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire 'A," out of an Advance Larry Dam. This breeding is most desirable. All 14 ancestors polled. IDtam sells as Lot :37. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open. I LOT 144 CWR Bonnie Domino 18 P-10581248-1138759 Calved December 28, 1958 Tattoo RE 887 LE 88 fCMR Larry Domino 118 fCMR Larry Domino P CMII Real Larry 1 1 7719551-600122 1CMR Donna Mschf 17 P P8705171-769692 lBonnie Real (Pawnee Real 6 P 7055152-521758 iBonnie Heiress 3 P HSF Victor Domino 2 [Vitor Dom 126 P CRIR Ethel 2 5201095-313996 1 Fav Domino 3 P 6931715-494337 ,Ethel fT Suratt President P I 4228454-252766 ISapphire P This young intensely polled heifer is the type and kind that top breeders wish for replacement. She carries many excellent qualities of her sire CMR Real Lary 1st, Reference Sire "A." Officially calfhood vaccinated, Sells Open. LOT 145 COW CWR Misc Dominess 51 P-10695300-1178947 Calved January 1, 1959 Tattoo RE 900 LE 900 CMR Misch Dom 34 CMI loilo Dom 12 P Mischief Domino It 21 5857144-316111 1Rollos BlUebonnet P P7547034-577711 CMRI Dominette 43 fCircle M Adv Dom P 3 8998688-207253 1Celia Domino P I DT Ililo Domino G fDT Rollo Domino 2 P DHF Agnes Rolloette 7785099-600246 1 GF Gwen Dominette 1 P P8915949-784082 IDHF Agnes Plato 3 WDHF R Plato Dom 31 P 7714088-591227 1DHF Agnes Rollo P All 14 ancestors polled. Sired by Mischief Domino 1 21st, Grand Champion ao Knoxville, 'enn. 1954. Dam sells as Lot 105. Officially caifhood vaccinated. Sells Open. LOT 146 COW CWR Beau Dominess P-10695301-1178955 Calved January 2, 1959 Tattoo RE 902 LE 902 MV Baca Prince 1 fCMR Baca Duke P CWI Baca Prince 2 J 7922914-623341 1 Miss SA Ilolo 9 P i'9188079-840659 IDHF Miss Col Dom 29 (HSIF Beau Dom 7 P I 7724885-604084 lJean Bullion P (DHF Larry Blanchard [Captain Plato 45 P DHF Miss Blchd 10 1 P8245468-685298 IMiss Larry Dom 80 P P9372525-896951 DHF BELLE PLATO 15 fDHF R Plato Dom 31 P 1 6648022-458825 1DHF Plato Lassie P Every ancestor polled for three generations. CMR breeding out of a Blanchard cow. Dam sells as Lot 113. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open. LOT 147 COW CWR Misc Dominess 53 P-10695305-1178946 Calved Jauary 6, 1959 Tattoo RE 909 LE 909 CMII Misch Done 34 [CMIIR l Ilon eo 12 P Mis Donmino4 R 21 C 557144 316111 IRollus Bluebcnnet P P7587014-5777 1, CMR Dominette 43 [Circle M Adv Domino I' 1 :3998688-207253 1Celia Domino P -Ady Anxiety iom fCMR Anx Dom 34 P (' VII Amex Ilninette 6 1 7249675-592177 ]Ora Mae P P820211.685.152 GS Mixer Girl 8 [PB Mixer Lad H [ 7097683-511199 1Linda Adv Domino 3 Circle M breeding top and bottom, with Anxiety outcross that has proven to >e most successful. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open. cow LOT 148 246-1143490 1 Calved December 26, 1958 Tattoo RE 885 LE 885 fCMR IlMisch I oee :1.4 i WM II Rll Ice I )e 12 1) Mischief Domino It 21 1 5857144 -31(11 1 telles Blceboie 1) P7-17034-577711 CMR Domlinette .0 ICircle M Adv Domino 1 I 3998688-207258 Celia Domino 1, 1it" King Rollo CMR Illo Dom Jr. 11 P'atrieia R llo 1if 1655e(26 1 1 lksc Ie cin 2 1' l'791,511(11 (211111 led ricice P leto 511 1 l'laele Ion 41 P' 5768725,377109 I Iose Marie 2 11 Aneer let daughter of Mischief Oomino R 21st. CMIl breeding top and bottom .100 per cent pulled. Dam sells IeLot 84. Officially calfholc viccielated. Sells Open. 68 CWR Bonnie Domino 19 P-10695307-1178949 Calved January 7, 1959 Tattoo RE 913 LE 91:3 I CMR Larry omino 118 [CMR Larry Domino P ('MI Rleal L~arry 1. 1 7719551-6(1(122 [ CMII Donna Mscef 17 1' P87051717(6969(2 Bnnie Ile I cawnee Real 6 P 1 7055152-521758 lBonnie Heiress 3 I lucre Doeiino 58 f[Eclere Domino P Mcena Pljatec 6 1 5861076 :1226318 I Ferie I Pc 6612894-455952 Mon Plato 1Cce Aevanxiety H t 3424686-1(670231 [Mona Plato A P The kind of replacment heifer that the most discriminating breeders are seeking. Sired by CMR Real Larry Ist, Reference Sire "A," Grand Champi ion of Arkansis 1956. Intensely polled. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sell' Open. The Florida Cattleman cow cow

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COCK 0' WALK'S 'CREAM 0' CROP' DISPERSAL, JAN. 16, 1960 LOT 149 COW CWR Bonnie Domino 21 P-10749749-1184377 Calved January 11, 1959 Tattoo RE 917 LE 917 CMR Larry Domino 118 [CMR Larry Domino I) CMIR Real Larry 1 I 7719551-6Wt122 1CMR Donna Msclf 17 11 P8705171-76IN02 Ilonnie Real I Pawnee Real 6 11 I 7055152 -521758 IlBonnie Heiress 3 1' 1JFG ]orn Misch 53 IDomues Misch 97 11 CWR 1ollo Duchess 1 5838766-379709 I Merry Mischf 2 P P8206110-6,58551 BCF Rollo Queen 2 lGHF Rollo Dorn 3 1 1 6539535-458036 ISprr Prin Dorn 620 1' An outstanding heifer that should be a valuable asset to any herd, by CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A" from a Domestic Mischief cow. Dam sells as lot 3I. Officially calfhood vaccinated. All 14 ancestors polled. Sells Open. LOT 150 COW CWR Misc Dominess 54 P-10749751-1184373 Calved January 11, 1959 Tattoo RE 919 LE 919 1CMRI Mischif Domino :14 1CMR RIIolIn IDoon 12 P) Mischief Domino R 21 1 5,57144 316111 lIRollos Bluelonne 1 P P7547034-577711 CMR Dominette 43 1 Circle M Adv Domino P 3 8998(88-207253 I Celia Domino P CMR Silver Elation [WHR Elation 52 H CM Cassie Elation 5806524 !Miss Reelfoot S 9 16151508-434488 IT Mellow Cassie 3 [Mello Mischief P I 4633532-258831 1Cassandra Domino 1) Circle M Breeding top and bottom. Out of one of our best milk producing brood matrons. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open. LOT 151 COW CWR Misc Dominess 55 P-10760641-1185125 Calved January 17, 1959 Tattoo RE 923 1Y 923 [CMR Mischi Domino 34 CMI Rollo Dorn 12 P Mischief Domino 11 21 1' 5357144-316111 lRollos Bluebonnet P P7547034-577711 ICMR Dominette 4 ICircle M Adv Domino P ( 3998688-207253 [Celia Domino P IC Rollo Advance 2 [CMR Rollo Dom 13 P Miss Silver Rollo 2 1 5628876-351706 1CMII Dominette 109 P 6884080-508020 [Miss CSF Silver 8 IHHF Silver Mschi H I 5077911 1Miss Orville H Circle M breeding both top and bottom. Sired by Mischief Domino R 21st. Reference Sire "C." A good replacement prospect. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open. LOT 152 COW CWR Beau Dominess 5 P-10760643-1185141 Calved February 2, 1959 Tattoo RE 931 LE 931 (MV Baca Prince 1 [CMR Baca Duke P CWI Blaca Prince 2 1 7922914-623341 I Miss SA Rollo 9 P 19188079-840659 IDHF Miss Col Dom 29 1HSF Beau Dom 7 1' 1 7724885-604084 1Jean Bullion P MJFG Domes Mischi 53 JDomes Mischf 97 P MV' Ann Mischief 1 1 5838766-379Y709 IMerry Mischf 2 P 7151623-537529 [Big Cove Lass 8 '1' Domino 14 P 1 4677103-270405 [ILowe's Sprr Prn D3 P Intensely polled with all 14 ancestors polled. CMR breeding. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open. LOT 153 COW CWR Beau Dominess 6 P-10763614-1185143 Calved February 6, 1959 Tattoo RE 936 LE 936 rMV Baca Prince 1 fCMR Baca Duke P CWIR Baca Prince 2 1 7922914-623341 1 Miss SA Rollo 9 1' P9188079-840659 DHF Miss Col Dom 29 IHSF Beau Dom 7 1' 1 7724885-601084 IJean Bullion P tBattle Mixer 24 I Battle Mixer P C1 Princess Domino 3 115576567-349761 I Leola A Mixer P P7636965-583266 Prncss Dorn 2 W IWoodford Bullion 1, 7 5288698-311814 1 Lucy Dorn P All 14 ancestors polled. This Circle M, Battle Mixer cross has proven most successful. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open. LOT 154 COW I CWR Misc Dominess 56 P-10763616-1185126 Calved February 10, 1959 Tattoo RE 939 LE 939 fCMR Mischf Dom 34 [CMR Rollo Dom 12 1) ishiIef Domino R 21 5:357144-316111 [Rollos Bluebonnet P 1'7547034-577711 [,CMR Dominette 43 ICircle M Adv Domino I' I 299888-207253 Celia DIomino P [GHR Anx Mischf 372 IAnxiety Woodrow P BDH Mischief Belle 1 5092665-296905 'Texas Rose I P 730851(-573267 MHF Scioto Belle [ Hazford Beau 3 P S1 5183157-35,5968 1Isabel -1 I' l"ivssely polled, all 14 ancestors polled. Sired by Mischief Domino R 21st, Reference Sire "C," out of an Anxiety bred cow. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open. for January, 1960 LOT 155 COW CWR Bonnie Domino 24 P-10763617-1195137 Calved February 17, 1959 Tattoo RE 941 LE 941 (CMR Larry Dorn 118 [CMR Larry Domino P CMR Real Larrv 1 1 7719551-600122 CMR Donna Mschf 17 P P8705171-769692 'Bonnie Real l'awnee' 1 eal 6 ) j 7055152-521758 Bonnie Heiress 3 1) [DT Rollo Domino G iDT Rollo Doinno 2 P DHF Lady Banner 1 7785099 -600246 1GF Gwen Di 10)0 Ot I P P9372528-896934 |JFL Typist 3 IHSF Beau Iomino p 1 6418928-449674 ILady Christine 2 P Sired by CMR Real Larry Ist, Reference Sire "A." She carries many of his excellent qualities. All ancesteors polled for three generations. Dam sells as Lot 115. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open. LOT 156 COW CWR Bonnie Domino 25 P-10763618-1185135 Calved February 17, 1959 Tattoo RE 942 LE 942 CMII Tarry Dorm 118 1CMII La rry Imino 1) CMII Real Larry 1 17719551-600)122 [CMRl Donna Mischt 17 1 18705171-769692 Bonnie RIal [I'awnee Real (1 14 1 7055152-521758 JBonnie Hciress :3 P CWR Super Rollo JGHR Super Rollo P CWR Super Rolette I P8206107-G58547 CF IRollo Lass I P P92(4430-853856 ) WHF Prin Rollina 38 fPrince Rollo 109 P 1 P81121G3-675177 [1SR Prness Don 11 I) Another t1) daughter of CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A," out of a Super Rollo dam that sells as Lot 50. All 14 ancestors polled. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open. LOT 157 CWR Bonnie Calved March 17, 1959 CMR1 Real Larry 1 P8705171-769692 CWR Adv Larryetta 29 P9604422-917269 COW Domino 26 P-10763619-1185140 Tattoo RE 944 LE 944 (CMR Larrv Don 118 (CMR Larry Domino 1I 1 7719551-600122 1CMR Donna Mscf 17 P SBonnie Real IPawnee Real 6 IP [ 7055152-521758 11onnie Heiress ;1 11 I RCR Odvd Larry 19 1RCR Advanced Larry I' I P7514200-566134 1 Miss It Anxiety 1 P !DHF Miss Col Dom 29 IHSF Beau Dom 7 p I 7724885-604084 lJean Bullion P By CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A," out of an Advance Larry cow. selling as Lot 68, whose grandsire RCR Advance Larry sold for $18,50. All 14 ancestors polled. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open. LOT 158 COW CWR Bonnie Domino 27 P-10763620-1185136 Calved April 2, 1959 Tattoo RE 946 LE 946 [CMR Larry Domino 118 fCMR Larry Domino I) CMIR Real Larry 1 I 7719551-600122 [CMR Donna Msht 17 P P8705171-76W92 -Bonnie Real I Pawnee Real 6 P 1 7055152-521758 1Bonnie Heiress 31 P RCR Advil Larry 19 1RCR Advd Larry P CWRI Adv Larrvetta 2:3 1 7511200-566134 1 Miss It Anxiety 1 I) P9299226-863 t9 I Miss Diamond B 295 [Diamond Mischief I' t 6308202-413776 1 Miss Bonnie 8:3 P Another t1) prospect by CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A." From an Advance Larry cow, selling as Lot 60, whose Grandsire sold for $18,500. All 14 ancestors polled. Officially calfhood vaccinated. LOT 159 COW CWR Misc Dominess 57 P-10796852-1190319 Calved May 6, 1959 Tattoo RE 951 LE 951 (CMR Mischf Dom 34 CMIR Rollo Dom 12 P Mischief Domino 1I 21 1 5357144-316111 lRollos Bluebonnet 1 P7547034-577711 'CMR Dominette 4:3 Circle M Adv Dorn P 1 3998688-207253 [Celia Domnino I' iTPH Rollo Domino 10 [C Rollo Domino 2 11 Clara Rolline 60 1 6187255-46W092 1Constance 5 1 P8535640-752253 Clara Domino 4 [Mischief Domino 7 1' I 5469998-463932 [Clara Domino I' All ancestors polled for three generations. By Mischief Domino 1 21st, Grand Champion at Knoxville, Tenn. 1954. Dam selling as Lot 96. Office ally calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open. LOT 160 COW CWR Misc Dominess 58 P-10796848-1190320 Calved May 15, 1959 Tattoo RE 953 LE 953 CMR Michif Donino 34 fCMR Rollo Don 12 P Mischief Domino It 21 1 5357144--316111 1Rollos Bluebonnet P P 75_47034-577711 'CMR Dominette 43 [Circle M Adv Don P [ .399888-207253 [Celia Dormino P (CWR Anx Domino fAdv Anx Dorn TW 1' Duchess Dornino 1 P8202319-666352 Donestic Lassie I' P92644140-85:3854 CWR Rollo Duchess WJFG Doimes Mschf 53 1 I P820110-658551 113CIF R11( 1ueen 2 1' All 14 ancestors polled. By Mischief Dlomino R 21st, Reference Sire "C." out of an Anxiety bred cow. Dam sells as Lot 57. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open. 69

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COCK 0' WALK'S 'CREAM 0' CROP' DISPERSAL, JAN. 16, 1960 LOT 161 COW CWR Bonnie Domino 29 P-10796853-1191208 Called May 17, 1951) Tattoo RE 95-I LE 95A1 CMR Larry Domlino 118 jCMII Larry Domlino P ('IIt Ri Larry 1 1 7719551-600122 (CMl Donna M5,tf 17 I' '870,5171-76992 Honmie Real I Iawnee Neal G P 7155152-521758 1III H11 hicireess 2 1) (XWII Anx Domino 4 Adv Anxiety Do 1 XVR Larietta Donino I P8202322-684550 I Mirian Do ino ) IP9264441-853847 ,SF Larrietta 13 fSF Larry Mschf 2 I) 1 7092:326-52:1291 lCanadia, I adv H A top PrOspect ly CMII Real Larry Ist, Grand Champion Arkansas 1956. OuIt of an Anxiety bred cow. Darn sells as Lot 56. Officia' y calfhlood vaccinated. Sells Open. LOT 162 COw CWR Misc Dominess 59 P-10799175-1191744 Calved May 26, 1959 Tattoo RE 960 LE 960 CMR Misclif Dorino 34 'MIt I ollo I omI 12 11 Misebief Domino It 21 .53,57144 -3 16 111 Iliollos Bluebonnet I) 1 7547034-577711 I CMR Doninette 4:3 fCircle M Adv Dom I' :1)998688-207253 ICelia Domino, RCR Ai'vd Larry 19 lICE Advil Larry P CW Adv Larrvetta 1 7511200-566134 1 Miss II Anxiety I P P8'9288-729612 Miss Silver Follo 2 [C Bollo Advance 2 I) 1 884080-508020 IMiss CSF Silver 8 H By Mischief Donino II 21st, Grand Champion at Knoxville, Tenn. 1954, out of an Advance Larry dami, whose Grandsire 11CR Advance Larry sold fsr $18,500. DamIn sells as Lot 35. Officially calfhiood vaccinated. Sells Open. LOT 163 COW CWR Bonnie Domino 30 P-10799176--1191756 Calved May 27, 1959 Tattoo lHE 961 LE 961 ICMIR Larry Domino 118 fCMII Larry Domino P CM IB eal Larry 1 7719551-600122 CMII Dolla Mschf 17 1) P8705171-769692 Bonnie Real Pawnee Real 6 I) 7055152-521758 IBonnie Heiress :t 1) Captain Plato 45 ICaptain Plato P I)H" Bonnie Plato 4 5591807-352308 Iaidv Princeelon I H P9372517-896928 BDHF Bonnie Plato fDHF II Plato Dorn 21 P 7G49561-578393 I Miss Larry Iloim 74 1I A top daughter of CMR Real Larry 1st, Reference Sire "A.' A good prospective brood tini,,. Dan sells as 1,1; 110. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open. LOT 164 Cow CWR Bonnie Domino 31 P-10799177-1191758 Calved May 29, 1959 Tattoo HE 962 LE 96 (CMR Larry IDomino 118 CMIt Larry Dlomino CMR 11Real Larry 1 7719551 -00122 ICMI Donna Mshif 17' P875171769692 Bonnic Real [Pawne, IReal ; 1) 7055152-521758 lu3onnie Heiress 3 I (DT Rollo Domino G I DTl Rollo Domino 2 1' DHIF Bonnie Real 5 778.5099-6002-16 1GF Gwe n Dominette 1 1 19372518-896940 DHF Bonnie Plato 2 [DHF I? Plato Doin 21 1 [ 777:3325-606281 jAnnaniae Domino 1P A good replacement heifer by CMIZ Real Larry Ist, Reference Sire "A." Dain sells as Lot 112. All ancestors polled for three generations. OfficialI calfhood vaccinaled. Sells Open. LOT 165 cow CWR Super Rollette 2 P-10799178-1191745 Calved May 29, 1959 Tattoo HE 963 LE 91 (GHli Super Rollo [CMR Rollo Dom 28 P CWI Super Iollo I 5983266-:377924 1 Ella Rollo 1 118206107-6-o8547 |BCF Rollo Lass I iSHF Rollo Doinm 3 P I (153951-465047 I Big Cove Lass 3 1 H CW Ii Beau Perfect 2 IMB Perfection I' CWI Vicky Bean 1 P8237351-684601 jGav Stanway :17 I' P960.121 -917270 CWXI Victoria Domino IIIH t V Don let 15 P 1 1202325-658550 1Iita Domlino I P Nice open heifer 1iv CX'WIt Super Ilollo out, of a Beat Perfect cow that selk as Lot 67. Officially calfhood vaccinated. Sells Open. LOT 166 cow Mar Lamplighter P-8389556-721518 Calved January 14, 1951 Tattoo LE [lId. Modest Lamp. 2" fModest Laniplighter H Modest C'. Lanip. 5" 1 5043239--321966 ISpangle I' 6031862-379 197 iLady old [PlId. Adv Domino 2 1' 4799697-277509 IMiss Goldie I (Sir Blama I'erf. 83" Beau Perfection 14" I' Mar. Perfection 10" 1 3025888-141441 jMiss Bani Gem 100" 1' 38386:11-194111 !Miss Marvel 25" [Beal, Belair 1) : 3224868-149991 IMiss Woodford 2" H A proven brood matron. Dan of Lot 63. Should le a valuable asset to most ny herd. Will le bred by sales dote. A Message from "Bo" Swilley The "Cream 0' Crop" Polled Hereford Dispersal Sale of Cock 0' Walk Ranch, McIntosh, Fla., January 16 at Gainesville, Florida, will give the breeder public the opportunity of obtaining the top cattle of this prominent herd. This noted firm that is well known throughout the state and the Southeast has long been recognized as a source of herd improving seedstock with many of their herd's offspring being in strong demand from points far and near. One of its outstanding achievements in the way of making Polled Hereford history was that of breeding and selling the first Polled Herefords ever to be exported into Guatemala. The herd is composed of useful, regular producing, quality cattle, featuring some of the most successful bloodlines of the breed. Ranch owners, Mr. & Mrs. F. A. Cockrill, have long been ardent Polled Hereford enthusiasts, and have been strong contributors to the progress that the breed has made. Their aim has constantly been to advocate and produce Polled Herefords of breed improving caliber that meet the demand of progressive cattlemen, and they have advanced far in achieving these ideals as evidenced in the cattle that will sell in this "Cream 0' Crop" Dispersal. Quality bulls and females of popular breeding may be found in this sale. BYRON "BO" SWILLEY, The Polled Hereford World Magazine 70 The Floria Cat lml 70 The Florida Cattlem,11

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TERMS AND CONDITIONS Each animal will be sold to the highest bidder and the auctioneer will settle any disputes as to bids. Terms: Cash. (Checks and drafts accepted from parties properly identified.) Each animal will be at purchaser's risk as soon as sold, but will be taken care of a reasonable time until shipped. Transportation at buyer's expense. All persons attending the sale do so at their own risk, and the owners of the sale pavilion or cattle assume no liability, legal or otherwise, for any accidents which may occur. Any corrections or announcements from the auction box on sale day will take precedent over catalogue or previous statements. Any known defects will be pointed out from the auction box. Regulations of sale and guarantee of animals: The customary rules recommended by the American Hereford Association. In this "Cream 0' Crop" Dispersal Sale, every untried animal is guaranteed to be a breeder. Failing to breed after a trial or six months, animal may be returned to Cock 0' Walk Ranch in good condition. The seller reserves the right to try said animal for six months. If proven a breeder, it may be returned to the purchaser at the purchaser's expense. If proven barren, purchase price will be refunded or like value animal substituted if the seller desires. Sanitation: The Florida Livestock Board has approved this sale and agreed to disinfect wherever necessary around the sale pavilion to protect the health of all animals. Sale Pavilion: The Gainesville Livestock Market is modern in every respect, constructed of concrete and steel, recently completed at a cost exceeding a quarter-million dollars. Circulating heat and theatertype seats for buyers provide the finest in comfort for those attending. Necessary health papers: All necessary health papers will be prepared in advance for each individual animal. RESERVATIONS IN GAINESVILLE MAY BE MADE AT: Hotel Thomas, 615 NE 2d Street Holiday Inn, 1900 SW 12th Street (US 441 S) Manor Motel, 2325 NW 13th Street (US 441 N) Casa Loma Lodge, 2120 SW 13th Street (US 441 S) Florida Motor Court, US 441 S Bambi Motel, US 441 S Gator Court, US 441 S Tom Sawyer Motor Inn, US 441 S Francisco Motor Court, US 441 S Motel Tabor, US 441 S Hill Top Motor Court, US 441 N Richland Heights Motor Court, US 441 N

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COCK 0' WALK'S 220 Head, 165 Lots Fully Certified Herd, 'NONE BETTER' Selling: at the new, modern, sanitary quarter-milion dollar GAINESVILLE LIVESTOCK MKT. Gainesville, Florida featuring CMR BREEDING 140 LOTS CARRY CMR BREEDING! Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Cockrill, Owners J. W. Mixson, Manager COCK 0' WALK RANCH McIntosh, Florida TELEPHONES: Office, LYnwood 1-3281. Residence, LYnwood 1-2281 90 Young Brood Cows (2to 6 Years Old) 20 Bred Heifers 30 Open Heifers. 25 Bulls 55 Calves. Total: 220 Head.

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Fritz Stein Is Elected Bv Palni Beach Cattlemnen ELECTION OF off icers anrl directors tor the coming year was the main order of business at a meeting of the Palm Beach County Cattlemen's Association held recently. Fritz Stein, Jr., of Belle Glade was elected president, to succeed Ray Raulerson of Pahokee, who was named to the board of directors. Raulerson and his wife were lauded for thir work in the association, and it was pointed out that membership doubled during his term of office. Elected to the board with Raulerson were Russell E. Kiser of Lake Worth; L. E. Larson, Jr., of Delray Beach; and P. C. Kirchman, George H. Wedgworth, Chris Figueroa and Harold Brough, all of Belle Glade. Other officers elected were J. W. Repper of Canal Point, vice president, and Kent Price of West Palm Beach, secretary-treasurer. Dr. C. W. Kidder was selected as state director, with Roscoe L. Braddock as alternate. Braddock reminded the group of the FCA mid-year convention, to be held in West Palm Beach, with George Washington Hotel as headquarters. Dr. Howard C. Johns, extension livestock specialist at the University of Florida, spoke to the group outlining the advantages and disadvantages of different methods of selling livestock. Bl110 Sale Slated For Brooksville AN AUCTION sale of bulls of several breeds that have completed a performance feeding test will be held at the West Central Florida Experiment Station at Brooksville on March 24, according to a report from Cal Burns, who is in charge of the station. He estimates that about 40 bulls will he in the sale, including Santa Gertrudis, Hereford, Brahman, Angus, and possibly Charolais and Charbray animals. It would appear that the majority of the Brooksville sale offering will be Santa Gertrudis bulls. All of the animals selling will have just ComI)leted the sixth annual record of performance bull feeding test which is now being conducted at the station. The 140day test will end on March 15, Burns said. "We'll cut out the bottom 25 percent of the bulls that complete the test," Burns Pointed out, "and will sell the top 75 ltercent of the group with the exception of those animals that the owners do not care to enter in the sale." ie said that starting time for the sale, auctioneer and further information will be announced in the near future. MEINCKE ANNOUNCES NEW 1960 "SPRED-MRSTER __ ATTACHES TO ANY TRACTOR TRUCK OR BED FEATURING: 1. Hydraulically Driven Twin Fans. 2. New Improved High Capacity Unloading Chain. 3. Improved Accurate Poundage Control System With All Controls Operated In Front By Tractor Driver. 4. Hydraulically Controlled Ground Drive With Overrunning Clutch. 5. Heavy Duty Fan Guard. 6. Will Hold 31/4 Tons. 7. Removable Sides For Easy Cleaning. 8. Improved, Even Speed. 9. Easy Maneuverability. MEINCKE SPREADER WORKS, INC. Dept. B-ASTATULA, FLORIDA PHONE: TAV. DIAMOND 3-7601 Penta /reiiure Treated Posts POSTS and BARN POLES Fence Posts 6-1 /2' to 1 0'-Poles 12' to 25' Lumber and Timber-All Sizes U. S. Department of Agriculture estimates the life of Penta Pressure Treated Posts at 30 YEARS Write for Our Prices-Truck Delivery WRITE COLEMAN-EVANS WOOD PRESERVING COMPANY P. 0. Box 3646 Phones: ELgin 6-6453 EVergreen 7-4383 Plant Located At WHITEHOUSE, FLORIDA Jacksonville, Florida for January, 1960 73 Over 100,000 of our posts on the new Florida Turnpike Over 100,000 of our posts on the new Florida Turnpike for January, 1960 73

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Install YARD LIGHTS for convenience and profit ~~R Yard lighting pays in FARM BETTER convenience, CRI'r protection and extra hours of productive work. Place fixtures on the corners of buildings to light both sides -atop poles to avoid shadows. There's NO MATCH for Electric Living FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY Helping Build Florida HEREFORDS Feature ing he e er s of JF ZATO HEIR 2 CL ZENTO RUPERT 36 TH ZATO HEIR 467 W. G. HULL Phone 7251, Box 37, PAHOKEE, FLA. HEREFORDS See us for outstanding bulls and females. Featuring Flat Top Rupert 39th as chief herd sire. Payne & Son C. M. & Kelsey F. Payne, Owners, Phone 64399 SEBRING, FLORIDA HEREFORDS The bloodlines of champions CONNELL STOCK FARM Phones: Office PA 6-4041, Res. PA 6-4432 INVERNESS FLORIDA HEREFORD Salesre Slated For Month of January Purebred auction events scheduled by Santa Fe River Ranch, Cock 0' Walk Ranch and Todiway Acres Two WELL-KNOWN Polled Hereford breeders will stage auction sales during the month of January with Santa Fe River Ranch's seventh annual Sunshine Sale set for January 9 at the ranch near Alachua and Cock 0' Walk Ranch's "Cream o' Crop" Dispersal to be held at the Gainesville Livestock Market on January 16. And in neighboring Alabama, Todiway Acres will hold its "PatternMaker" Production sale of Polled Herefords at Montgomery on January 11. Santa Fe SANTA FE RIVER Ranch, owned by Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Davis, will offer 10 bulls and 40 females in its seventh annual Sunshine Sale which Manager W. F. Snead bills as "the best offering in their history." But last year's record average of $1935 on 50 head will be mighty hard to beat! The sale last year also saw the top bull sell to Dixie Lily Ranch of Williston for $20,000 while the top-selling female brought $6200 from R. D. Keene of Orlando. "The Super Rollos have done an excellent job for us," Snead said, "and we have a heavy concentration of this mostsought-after bloodline in our herd." Santa Fe herd sires include CMR Surer Rollo 12th, CMR Mischief Domino 96, CMIR Larryleer 2nd, FLF Battle Mixer 27, CMIR Superol 20, and CMR Super Rollo 76. Jewett Fulkerson and A. W. "Ham" Hamilton will serve as auctioneers for the event which is slated to start at 1:00 p.m. Todituag Acres. THE SERVICE of the $56,000 CEK Pawnee Mixer will feature Todiway Acres' "Pattern-Maker" Production Sale with the first animal slated to enter the ring in Montgomery, Alabama at 12 noon. Sale offering will be made up of 35 females and 15 bulls, according to Tine W. Davis, Todiway Acres owner. Other than the service of CEK Pawnee Mixer, the service and progeny of SFR Advance Rollo, CMR Super Rollo 68th and CMIR Super Domino 4th will be featured in the sale offering. Auctioneers Fulkerson and Hamilton will also handle the auctioneering chores at this event. Cock 01'Walk. A WHOPPING 220 head of Polled Here fords will sell as 165 lots in Cock 0' Walk Ranch's "Cream o' Crop" Dispersal a the Gainesville Livestock market. Sal will start at 10:30 a.m. "Part of the Cock 0' Walk Ranch ha, been sold, necessitating the reduction oe our Polled Hereford herd," F. A. Cock rill, Cock 0' Walk owner points out. "Rather than have a reduction sale, we are offering a 'Cream o' Crop' Dispersd of all of our females six years of age and younger, along with 25 bulls." Included in the offering will be 90 young brood cows from two to six yean old, 20 bred heifers, 30 open heifers, 25 bulls, and 55 calves. Cockrill said that 140 lots will carry CMR breeding. The entire Cock 0' Walk herd is certified brucellosis free and animals front this sale are permitted to go into any state, he explained. 24 daughters and nine sons by CAIi Real Larry 1st will sell and 28 cows in the sale will carry his service, while 29 daughters and seven sons of RCR Advanced Larry 19th are also being offered, Another feature will be 41 daughters and nine sons of Mischief Domino R 21st. Hurst Elected Head Of Suwannee Group W. 0. "SONNY" HURST was elected president of the Suwannee County Cattlemen's Association at a recent meeting. Other officers elected for 1960 are J. 11 Odom, vice-president and Paul Crews, secretary-treasurer. Directors are 0. C. Lanier, Bob Holmes, Lamar Hancock and V. V. Brown. FLORIDA DROPPED one notch in National Hereford ranks in 1959. Florida is now ranked 37th in number of Herefords recorded. In 1958 it held the 36th spot The same number of Herefords were reported as recorded in the state for both years-2237. Two PFNS of blocky Hereford feeder calves swept both grand and reserve champion honors over all breeds in the stocker and feeder division of the American Royal Livestock Show. The Florida Cattleman 74

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Looking For Clean Pedigrees Plus Quality Herefords? .ee Ou o&,ignment o, 7 (ull to the Ocala 8ull iale Jauanq 19 We would like to extend a special invitation for you to see our selection of 7 horned Hereford bulls consigned to the Ocala Bull Sale, January 19, 1960. These are all extremely big, rugged bulls with plenty of quality. Six of these bulls FC Silver Anxiety 91 Calved April 20. 1957 Real Silver Dom 155 fHCR Silver Dom 12 B lAnna Belle Lady Anxiety 2 [Bar L Anxiety jMy Lady FC Colorado Real 134 Calved March 22, 1958 JB Colorado Real fMill Iron C 182 IMiss Mill Iron C 938 Larrys Lady 207 1 Larry Domino jMiss Superior 1 FC Silver Donald 135 Calved March 20, 1958 Real Silver Dom 155 fHCR Silver Dom 12 B JAnna Belle Belle Donald 4 fBar L Domino I 1Belle Donald 3 have clear pedigrees and will fit into either a purebred or commercial operation. We think these bulls are what many of you cattlemen have been looking for, but have been hard to locate. See you at Ocala. FC Vag Blanchard 147 Calved June 23, 1958 Vagabond Larry 92 fVagabond PR 103 lLarry Lady 168 Dominette HL f Bar L Domino 1 IHL Dominette 2 FC Vag Rupert 146 Calved June 25, 1958 Vagabond Larry 92 fVagabond PR 103 11Larrys Lady 168 Dominette Rupert fT Royal Rupert 62 Dominette F 3 FC Silver Rupert 100 Calved June 14, 1957 Real Silver Dom 155 fHCR Silver Dom 12 B lAnna Belle Donna Rupert IT Royal Rupert 54 1Donna Domino 4 FIN-CREST HEREFORD FARMS Dick Thompson, General Manager Phone Temple 4-7752 Justin McBride, General Manager Raleigh North Carolina Then

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Creek Heir 7 GRAND CHAMPION HEREFORD BULL AT SUMTER ALL FLORIDA BREEDERS SHOW IN WEBSTER Kirkland Hereford Ranch Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Kirkland, Owners Rt. 4 Box 1109 Phone MU 6-0049 REGISTERED POLLED HEREFORDS Billy H Ranch Earl Higginbotham, Phones FA 2-2141, 2-1633 SANFORD, FLORIDA See Our Sires: Both Sons of RCR Advanced Larry REAL SILVER RUPERT 1 Produces Fine HEREFORDS A' Corrigan Ranch Vero Beach, Fla. Pat Corrigan, Owner JO 7-2442 QUALITY POLLED HEREFORDS "One or a Carload" A. E. CAYSON & SONS P. 0. BOX 235 PHONE 66W Blountstown Florida MEMBER: FLORIDA HEREFORD ASSOCIATION Registered Herefords JOE OVERSTREET Phone TI Iden 6-4084 KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA ILocated one mile south on U. S. 17-92 FLORIDA HEREFORDS Breeding age animals always available. R. W. Shuman Phone 2-4311, Box 447 PLANT CITY, FLORIDA CALLAWAY HEREFORD FARMS HAMILTON, GEORGIA HERD SIRES: Silver Return 3rd, CHF Real Silver Ist, CHF Zato Return 4th, CHF Silver Zato 616th, Cason L. Callaway, Jr., Owner Jesse Mitchell, Manager Phone Main 8-4474 Don Blanchards Sorrell Herefords W. J. Sorrell, Owner Houston Floyd, Manager PIh.ne Montgomery AMherst 4-2653 MATHEWS, ALABAMA I ocated 20 mi. E. of Montgomery at Mathews State Rd. 72, Turn So. on Sawyer Rd. Phones: Office 4-4030, Farm 2-7896 4637 Sawyer Rd., Sarasota, Fla. WINDSWEEP ...Farms had the grand champion Hereford bull at Jacksonville, shown here with Lucian Welty. JO-SU-LI ..Farms showed the grand champion female at Jacksonville, posed by L. C. Green. 76 The Florida Cattleman LAKELAND Ilerchord Wicivines Are (iveit ftor Stock Shows HEREFORD WINNEiS at Putnam County Fair, Palatka, Hernando County Fair Brooksville, and the Greater Jackson. ville Fair-listed in order by classes, with the number of entries in parentheseswere as follows: Palatka Tfwo-yellr-ol bulls 12): L., Larry IDonino 9 (grand chamtiioni), I. '. Langforl, l'ant City: Creek Heir 7th (reserve champion), B. N. Kirkland & Sons. lakeland: uangford had iall winners in all other classesSenior bull calves; Junior bull calves; Spring bull calves; three bulls; two bulls; senior yearling heifers (Miss rrv Domino 131 was champ. ion); Siunmer yearling heifers (Miss Larry Domino 144 was reserve champion): Senior heifer calves; Winter heifer calves: Junior heifer calves; Group winners were: Get of sire, VH Larry )omino IIth: hair of calves: two females; produce of lair; Brooksville Aged bulls-(l): Mischief IDomino 2 (reserve grand champjiiin), Cire 'A Ranch, F'lural City: Junior vialing hulls-1hi: (''lt l'rince Itallo It, Ci rle'A; Scummner yearling InillsIi: cm:A Menarch 4. Circle Z: Junior ull calves(5): BBF Lato Hei r 151) (gramnd champjion)1, liar Bet Farms, B3rooksville: 13131' Itoval M isihief 162, Bar Be(: CZl Mischief IDomino 10, Circle Z; 'Iree bulls -(II): Circle 'A; T1wur bulls-01): liar 13et; Circle 'A; Aged ross 12: Silver lady 2 ('C (reserve ) ran: clialkipiiin ) Bar Iet; 11. Miscbief 4, Circle Z: Senior yearling heifers-(2): 1313 Silver Heireis (grand champion, Bar Bet: CZll Princess Doi 8, Circle Z: Junior yearling lucifers-I): CZlt princesss Dom 11, Circle Z; Junior heifer calves -(2): 1311F Miss Royal, Bar Bet; 1313F Zatl Sleiress 151, liar et; Pair of calves-12): Bar Be; Bar Bet: Jacksonville 'wo-y eair-oI lintlls-(2): LIL larry IDonino 93rd. 1,. T. l.angford, Plant City; Creiek Heir 7, Mr. and Mrs. 13. N. Kirkland, IIakelanil; Juncior yearling hulls-(I): Windsweep Victor 101, Windssr'p Fiarnos 'Iiomnaston, Geo rgia; Junior yearling bulls born after Jfanluary 195)8-(): JF Zato Heir 101 (reserve champion), Jo-Su-Li

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BAR-BET FARMS ...exhibited the champion bull at Brooksville, shown with Harold Griffin. CHAMPION ...female at Brooksville was this Bar-Bet heifer, shown with Griffin. Farms, Cohluitt, Georgia; Windsweep Victor 104, Windsveep; QF1 Misch DUke 6Ith, Quinn Farm, Jacksonville; Smnimier yearling bulls -2): Windswect, Victor 10(i, Windssweep; 11F' Zato Heir 461M, Jo-Snki-Li; Senior bil calvesII: 1., L arry D omijno lI8th, Lausgfor'd Winterc Stilt calves-(2): Windsweep Victor 108 grand chapion) Windsweep; JF Zato Heir 525, lo-Su-Li: Junior bull calves-(5): 131F Zato Heir 159, Bar Biet Faris, Brooksville: Windsweep Victor 112, Windsweep: LI, Larry Domino 122, Langford; Spring joll calves(3): Windsweep Victor Il1, Windssweep; 11F Royal Mischief 162. Bar Bet arm ;'MR P ollomiold 7-908, E & M anch, Group winners were: Get of sire-(4): Get of: MP Zato Heir 201, Jo-Su-Li; Windlsweep Victor, Wiidsweep; VH Larry Domino 11, Langford Three bulls): Windsweep; Jo-Sti-Li; Langtori;1Iwo bull(5): Jo-Ss-Li; Windsweep, LangSiio)r yearling heifers.3): IL Miss Larry Domino 131, Longford; F131 Silver Heiress, Bar Bet Forms: QF Misch Dutchess 3rd, Quinn; Jnior yearling heifers-(2): JF Zato Heiress 389, JO-SuI Li Windsweep oVis 2, Windsweep; San]noi i-t4 I ingfortVWinIssv, C Venuis 1, WindI-st;p Senior heifer calves 1:1 Windsweep lonnWindsweep LI, Miss Larry Domino 150111, Langfordt Q Misch Dutche s 7th, Quinn; Winter ieifer calves-(3): JF Miss Anxiety 51 ( grandI chiamipion)1, OSoILi Win(itSw ii VentIs 5 reserved eliaoniion) Windtsvieep I, Miss Larrv Domino 152nd IIangford; Junior heifer Ixlves -: Windsweep Veniis I, Windsweep; JF Zato Heiress 557 Jo-Si-Li LL Miss Larry DominO 1th, Langiord; Spring heifer calveso'l): Windsweep Venus 7, Windsweep; Pair onf h ifer calvesI: Windswee; J-SuLi:wi Wep RESERVE ...bull at Jacksonville was also shown by Jo-Su-Li, posed by Green. for January, 1960 76A FOR SALE 12 to 15 Service Age Bulls See Them Now DOUBLE L RANCH L T. Langford, Owner Phones: (Ranch) 49-3234, Tampa; (Office) 2-7141, Plant City; (Home) 2-6271, Plant City Plant City REGISTERED POLLED HEREFORDS Circle Z Ranch Geo. A. Zellner, Owner FLORAL CITY, FLA. MEMBERt: FLOtillDA HEIIEFOR1) ASSN. Registered Polled Herefords Wilson Cattle Co. Pat Wilson, Owner 0 Phone 4571, 4511 FROSTPROOF, FLORIDA DIXIE HILLS HEREFORD FARMS See us in 1959 for your Hereford Bulls Fairburn & Ben Hill, Ga. Bob Nash, Mgr. Phone 6426 Hcadqciarters 4 Miles east of erbusi on Highway 92 Herefords Acclimated FLORIDA BRED FOR FLORIDA NEEDS PUTNAM HEREFORD RANCH Box 523, Phone CA 3-6242 BARTOW FLORIDA Florida For Sale 4 five-year-old sons of J F Zato Heir 2. 15 two-year-old sons of J F Zato Heir 2. 50 one-year-old registered bulls. ALBERT HASTEN Phone 2-3401 (day) or 2-3871 (night) Iriundidge Alabama HEREFORD111S that Milk Weigh e Pay on grass The Creek Farm Minor S. Jones III, Owner Phone ATwater 4-6151 Ft. Meade Florida Registered and commercial herds of Herefords raised the practical way since 1910-on a lot of grass and little grain. JACKSON HEREFORD FARM Lovette Jackson, Owner, Phone Franklin 2-8612 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA REGISTERED HEREFORDS Bar-Bet Far 11s% Mr. & Mrs. John Culbreath, Owners Phone 3175, 11t. 4. Box 547 BROOKSVILLE, FLORIDA Member Florida Hereford Association THERE'S NOT MUCH DOUBT that the best kind of "dual-purpose" cow you can own is the cow which does well on pasture, then does equally well for the housewife. We invite you to write this association for a list of members-or contact our members directly. FLORIDA HEREFORD ASSOCIATION John Culbreath, President, Rt. 4, Box 547, Brooksville, Florida

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PRACTICAL POLLED HEREFORDS 10 C E rQ PR. %NAT Thanks and, appreciation to buyers of one or more animals in 1959, as followsUSDA and Florida Exp. Station, Brooksville, Fla. E-verglades Experiment Station, Belle Glade, Fla. Dr. T. W. Gilmore, Jr., Sandersville, Ga. Henry Graddick, Headland, Ala. Meadows & Son, Cochran, Ga. Wedgworth Farms, Belle Glade, Fla. Bermiluda Plantation, Leary, Ga. JS. Carter, Vienna, Ga. Brandt Cunningham, Headland, Ala. It. F. Giles & Son, Moultrie, Ga. J1. Y. Greene, Perry, Ga. Herman Hutson, Unaditla. Ga. W. It. & R. T. Hannond, Kathleen, Ga. A. Klein, Andersonville, Ga. Marbury and Wright, Albany, Ga. A. A. May, I.eesburg, Ga. Putney Estates, Albany, Ga. I). IL. Smith, Rocky Ford, Ga. Il l'aliner. Camilla. Ga. J. 1,. Evans, South Bay, Fla. We are always glad to show our cattle and also appreciate the interest of visitors who come to see theml. Principal Herd Sires are: MRF VIC DOM No. A14, wt. 2110 lbs,. 7(;5 Performance Registry Points earned; ACH Mischief Dom 45, wt. 1910 Its., coming 4 year old, 304 Performance Registry Points earned: RWJ DOMINO 821, two years old, Performance Registered as to weaning weight. weight at 12 months. & feed lot gain for 140 days -has earned 33 points in P. .1. We are trying to raise and develop our cattle along the lines of practical and economical beef production. We realize that good cattle can be made better. THIS IS OUR GOAL FOR 1960. In 1959 we produced calves that weighed 700 lbs. or more at weaning. One of our bull calves attained a weight of 1010 lbs. at 365 days of age, and we have good prospects for several others to equal this record. l We have young buus for sale and for infermolion alo ut our cattle we refer you to the records of Gecorgia S tate Efxtensimn IDepartmen t, our Countv Agent at A seriCus Gar.,and the Supervisors of the Official Bull Performance Tests in Georgia and Florida. We dlo not own a nurse cow and have never had a dwarf calf. Attend the Sale uft Performance Tested Bulls at Tifton, Ga. in Mir-h, 1%60. R. W. JONES, Jr. Box 157, Rt. 1 LESLIE, GA. Ph. TR 4-4467 Ilentges For Shsow (Continued front page 27A) Some shows also have interesting and practical classes for groups of commercial sale bulls, loads of feeder calves and loads of fat cattle. It is within the realm of possibility that future shows may require that every sire which is represented in the breeding show also have at least one offspring in the carcass show. Also, the classes may be restricted to cattle under 24 months of age, the degree of fatness decreased and the emphasis increased on ability to walk with a free, easy stride. Nurse cows are already associated with the unprofitable kind and are banned at many shows. If it is ever possible to honestly use performance records and production records to supplement what we can see in the show ring, the usefulness of the show will be further enhanced. The most important function of livestock shows, in my opinion, is to give youth of a locality (perhaps tri-county) an opportunity to compete for awards Such awards should be based on economic criteria associated with the steer entry, such as carcass grade, project record book of all business transactions and onfoot placing. The on-foot placing will go to the boy or girl who did the best job of grooming, training and showing; thus, it is a measure of their ability. Each steer entry is slaughtered and judged on carcass value, which is the best measure of the animal's worth. The record book award emphasizes the very important features of agribusiness and the efficiency of performance of the animal. Such events not only initiate youth to the world of competition, but also develop responsibility of ownership, business management and an inspiration to remain in the field of agriculture and to make the best better. Shows provide an excellent opportunity for industry, civic groups, bankers, politicians and others interested in agriculture to contribute to rural youth programs by donating premium money and other assistance for which public recognition is given by all news sources as well as agricultural organizations. For example, all steers in fat stock shows may be required to be entered in a carcass contest, slaughtered and the exhibitor paid on the basis of carcass grade and prevailing price. To reward excellence, sizeable pre-determined premiums may be awarded the champions and lesser premiums may be awarded to others on a per pound and carcass grade basis. Thus, all unfairness and criticism associated with fat steer auctions is avoided. The competitive spirit will not be seriously lessened among exhibitors if premiums are awarded the champions in an on-foot show. The competitive spirit of support will not be lessened between those who have been auction bidders provided they receive adequate publicity and recognition of their contributions by banquets, radio, TV. newspapers and magazes. 76B Shows perform the sadly neglected task ~ of, showing and telling the Plublic of the all-important role that agriculture, especi. ally animal agriculture, plays in the welfare, economy and health of our nation. Adverse legislation, local and national, many often be clue to the lack of such efforts. Lastly, a livestock show is a common meeting ground for the breeder, feeder, packer, researcher, teacher and industry representative. The breeder would like to produce the big-framed, large-boned, heavy-milking kind that wean off at heavy-weights. On the other hand, the packer knows he has to supply a consumer who wants small, lean, marbled juicy, tender cuts. The feeder is caught between two ideals which conflict to some degree yet has the further task of profitably feeding out cattle to produce lean cuts free of excessive fat without lessening the marbling, flavor and juiciness desired by the consumer and packer. Won't you agree that we need to exert more effort toward fewer but better shows where all segments of animal industry iron out their problems by working together with the real thing-animals, meat, feed, records and dollars? Fla. Phosphates Fill Livestock Needs A NUMBER of sources supply the supplemental phosphorus needed by most Florda livestock for efficient production. Dicalcium phosphate is a manufactured product containing about 18 to 20 percent phosphorus. Defluourinated phosphate, a natural rock product which has been processed to make it suitable for animals, is largely produced in Florida. Another material for the purpose, produced in Florida, is soft phosphate, or colloidal phosphate. HEREFORD STEERS swept the interbreed championships and reserve championships in the 4-H and FFA divisions and the open class at the Pacific International Livestock Exposition at Portland, Oregon. From these victories Herefords went on to win the grand and reserve championships of the show. WELTY .poses Windsweep's reserve champion Hereford female at Jacksonville. The Florida Cattleman delivered anywhere in Florida Call, Write or Wire: Pat Hansel Rt. 3, Box 341 WA 8-7041 Arcadia, Fla.

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Dixie Polled Hereford Association 76 Polled Herefords Selling SALE Tuesday, JANUARY 12 1:00 P.M. -Livestock Auditorium VALDOSTA, GEORGIA 28 Herd Bull Prospects 48 Foundation Females All Polled Herefords selling in this January 12th sale are "officially gain evaluation tested and from nationally known blood lines." Official record will be announced at the sale ..your assurance is in each animal's performance test-proven assurance. This feeding program is carried out under the management of Jim Tom Day and all cattle will be officially weighed by County Agent George Kessler. These Profds Quality Consigned Herefords Have the by GEORGE EAGER FARM .Valdosta, Ga. LONGVIEW FARM ..Quitman, Ga. Proven These I. L. SHIVER FARM ....Albany, Ga. Ability to SINGLETARY FARM ....Blakely, Ga. Gain Weight. Good YOUNG ACRES RANCH ..Valdosta, Ga. "DOUBLE TT" TURNER RANCH .Nashville, Ga. COL. JEWETT FULKERSON Herds WAINER'S RIVER BOTTOM RANCH. .Valdosta, Ga. Liberty, Misouri AUCTIONEER For Informantion or Catalog Write to DIXIE POLLED HEREFORD ASS'N H. Young Tillman, President 211 E. Force St., VALDOSTA, GA. (~N on ~ ~ rr i

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REVOLUTIONARY DEVELOPMENT for RANCHERS and CATTLEMEN! VINCENT DEWATERING PRESS FOR GREEN FORAGE AND SILAGE Cut handling & storage costs by 50% Write For Particulars Today DAN B. VINCENT, INC. P. 0. Box 1521 Tampa, Florida Manufacturers of Dehydrators and all types ot Evaporation Equipment + Advertise! + LIVESTOCK SUPPLIES The Most Complete Stock in the South ST ES CONTROL 9 PROVE N LOWE ST o COST Only $25.50 The ALLEN GRAIN BUSTER CRIMPS OATS CRACKS CORN Every Breeder Should Have One we have sold these machines 0 over the United States. Scar es to rhedinct forms. immediate delivery. Complete With Stand less Motor $277.35 with Motor S371.85 BREEDERS SUPPLY & EQUIPMENT CO. P. 0, BOX 1360 LEXINGTON, KY. Branigus Breed (Continued from page 29) and breeding. Both sire and dam must be re'orderd in fte! lrangus Association. All animalmust be branded ota the body with a holding brand, and a herd number. All animals in the Association are inspected before being recorded. A recording fee of $3.00 per head is charged. ($6.00 to non-members). Yearly membership dues of $10.00 are charged. Possibly it would be well to point out that 1/2-blood is produced by Brahman X Angus, 1/4-blood is produced by 1/2blood X Angus, 3/4-blood is produced by 1/2-blood X Brahman, Brangus is produced by 1/2-blood X 1/4-blood, and Brangus is also produced by 3/4-blood X Angus. Therefore in sections of the country where there are already large numbers of Angus cows, the easiest way to get. started breeding Brangus is by purchasing a 3/4-blood bull and breeding the Angus cows. Bear in mind, regardless of which route you use to produce Brangus, once you have reached Brangus, from that time on, use Brangus bulls on Brangus heifers. Some of the big advantages of Brangus cattle are: (1) Anyone can get started on the ground floor of a rapidly expanding, new breed of cattle. (2) Brangus cattle have no horns, and are solid black. (3) Have great resistance to pink-eye. (4) Are extremely hardy. (5) Make fast gains on poor grades of feed. (6) Extremely high dressing ability. (7) Have proven their ability to be extremely adapted to both cold climates of North Canada and warm climates of the Tropics. (9) The mothers give plenty of rich milk which makes rapid growth for the calves. (10) Calves are 100-150 pounds heavier at weaning than most other breeds, 200 pounds heavier at maturity. (11) Respond quickly to kind treatment. (12) Extremely hardy two-way breed with calves that will market as milk fat calves at heavy weight and can be held over and fed out as steers at early age, but a heavy weight. (13) The Brangus Association is the fastest growing cattle breeders association in the world today. The Association office is located in the Livestock Exchange Bldg., Kansas City, Missouri. Another program which the International Association highly recommends is performance and gain testing, along with carcass evaluation. It is our aim to develop a breed of cattle which will produce beef more economically, under a wider variety of range and climatic conditions. By so doiog, you can help to offset the higher cost of grazing land, enabling beef to compete e more adlvantageoutsly, cost-wis with other foods, which are ('ontinuals shaving their production and processing costs. A parting thoug1t: Some of our gain tested lrangus hulls at r e produis:f calves which are gaining two pounds pss head per day more on the same feed thaT calves from other bulls. These same faS gaining calves are being slaughtered ans their carcasses thoroughly evaluated. Can you afford to own a bull who pro. duces calves which only gain 1.5 pound per day in the feedlot, or would vo rather own a bull whose offspring gain 3.5 pounds per day in the feedlot? Both types are available, but how & you know which you are getting, if th bull you buy has not been gain tested? New Markets Sought For Animial Tallow THE VALUE of a well finished beef ass mal has declined about two dollars oe the past few months because of a decline in the price of inedible tallow, R. J. Flen ing, President of the National Renderer Association, declared recently. It we pointed out that a beef animal yields ap proximately 100 pounds of tallow an that the market decline of two cents pound for tallow indicates the loss. Mr Fleming stated that although $2 a hes is small in proportion to the total valui of a beef animal, in aggregate it doe represent a considerable loss to the cat tle industry. A number of projects were reported a successful in promoting new uses for inedible tallow, in addition to the develop ment of foreign markets. New product using tallow include a type of plastic that will bend without breaking at tem peratures as low as 50 degrees belsm zero. The new Plastic is derived from adding 35 percent animal fats to the pla tic base. Other experiments in this field include animal feeding research. The Nation. Renderers Association reports that th, addition of fat to pig rations increase the digestibility of the proteins in thn feed as well as supplying essential energy Advantages were also seen in adding fal to the rations of steers. Bar D Raneh Sold In Highlands County J. NEVILLE MCARTHUR, Miami dairyman has bought the 10,000 acre Bar D Ranch in Highlands County. He plans to rur cattle on the land, which has three mile of Kissimmee River frontage and extend' six miles along U.S. 98. Seaboard Railway parallels the highway frontage Former owners of the property are Nr and Mrs. M. C. Dopler. SPooK HILL in Lake Wales is being bea tified. The FFA Chapter is cooperati with other local groups in improving til landscape located around the fameO tourist spot. for January, 1960 76D

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Fifth Annual IL These five Charolais calves were recently sold to Reynolds Metals Company of Jamaica and Richmond, Virginia, by DS Ranch of Clearwater, owned by D. A. and W. A. Salls.

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Grand TO SRV0s Champion Bull At Greater Jacksonville Fair Jumper 108 As a Commercial Cattleman YOU CAN'T AFFORD NOT TO USE A CHAROLAIS OR CHARBRAY BULL! If you want heavier calves at weaning timeIf you want more net dollars per head for your calvesIf you want good doing calves that will do the job for you-AND the feeder-AND will ultimately go to the packer at a higher dressing percentage-and then be on tomorrow's dinner table as CHOICE BEEFFor The Best In CHAROLAIS And CHARBRAY, Let Us Fill Your Needs During The Coming Year. DS RANCH D. A. SALLS 0 W. A. SALLS U PHON E 34-8684 or 38-2103 C LEA WATER, F L 0 R I D A Humberto FH 80 Weight 2760

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Breeders of Charolais Are Listed (*) marks Eastern Ass'n members AYAVALLA PLANTATION, P.O. Box 3166, Tallahassve, phone 3-4535. Ranch located onl aLke J1ackson via Old1, Blainbridge Rloatd. Jouhn H. Phipps.> own~fer' J. 0. Pons1, mainalger. He'rd 1"E 13i) RIANCH, Route 2, Box 457, East B1radenton, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Jennings, oners. f*) BOCH. CARL, :3061 Kings Avenue, Jacksontilke 7.1 1MUF01 T MARK, P.O. Box :308, Winter Garden, phone 01 vympic 6-:3083 (residence) or Olm pic 6-1553 (office). Herd was established in 195 ( :) DS INCII 1515 Druid Road, Clearwater, phone 34-8684, W. A. and D. A. Salls, owners and managers. Ranch located on East Lake Road tast of Lake Tarpon. (:) DOUGl AS, H. C. (See K Bar Ranch) El. MAXIMO RANCH, Frostproof. Lat Maxcy, mwner, pione 2571 or 4571. t:) FAR lIU 1 L., Wauchula, phollne PRospect :-6(W1 (diay) or Pllospect 3-505. () HART, T. C., Wauchula. JENNINGS, M. AND MRS. LAWRENCE (See Bi1tt1' itt! Ranehi' K BAR RANCH, P.O. Box 577, Zephyrhills. 1. A. Krusen, owner, H. C. Douglas, herdsnan. Phone SU, 2-4215 or SU 2-3641. This herd consists of more than a hundred Charolais f various degrees of breeding. Several sires are il ust in the herd with Nero 2d heading KEYS. CLYIE J., 20 Eleventh Street, South, St. Petersburg, plione 7-5119 .() KRUSEN, I. A. & W. A. (See K Bar Ranch) LAND. Mt. AND MRS. CLIFFORD C. (See Bar IRanch) LAZY %V RANCH, 800-2th Avenue, North, St. Pterslturg. phone 52-5241. Ranch located at Cro s avou and 71th Avenue. North, Pinellas Park. Otto Weaver, owner. Herd, established it)lt 195 5 consists tof 201 feniales of btreetding 1 11AR RANCH, Carrabelle, Ph'lone Apalachicola of 3-3822. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford C. Land ttt'tr OI Itr regi.stered Chtrol;IiS Ills. btretd Iv 1 liart, A. M. Askew antI Benl Burnsitde, are oll ? n th ed M V L. (See El Maxino Ranch) NOIBIS C \ VILE COMPANY, Ocala. G. A. 1 ttrgason, general manager. 'EIUE, IR OY AND J. W., Alturas. ( PItl'lPPS,IJOHN -. (See Ayavalla Plat'tion) SALS, 1). A. ANI) W. A. (See DS Ranch) 81)1 ARl.ANDI RAN('I(See U.S. Sugar "Curl,. SULLIVAN, H. C_ '., ox 186, Frostprotof, phon~le UjNrr1.:1) S'1A'l'S SlGAt COUP '01., Clewiston, Phone10 YUkon 2-1511 Sidney IL. ('rochiel inl tt) xltltttset;l.y :11 purebredt't ('hlalolais females Crtossbtredt catleI recordeI'l in I he Al CA ApltenlIts, Which~l sees ts fet'der line for upltreetling t, P "~ttletlUre (311 /32 o1' btter'). Also, Maintains a hirg c11tommercial hertd of several Wthttnsttndl ratlman Xt Europealn hybritds.1: I"AVI ll O'TTlO L. I See Lazy WV Ranch) liERD SIRE ...for H. C. Sullivan at Frostproof is this Charolais bull. for January, 1960 79 Presenting Our Charolais Herd Sires Per Cent Herd Charolais Grand Sire Blood Sire Sire Palos 100% Wee (imported) Tizoc Ugo 31/32 Ugolin (imported) Quetzel Sir Andreau 63/64 Cotano Wee (imported) Duke Prince 63/64 Golden Duke Zoe Uncle George 127/128 Tio Ciego (imported) Dante 82nd Arrogant Man 127/128 Alejo (imported) Dante 82nd Part of our females are sired by the following IMPORTED Full Blood Charolais Bulls: JOLET -TOBEAS -SAMPSON -PUEBLO -DOMINGO JEFE -WALHALLA -WILD -UNIQUE -WOTAN "When Better Bloodlines Can Be HadWe Will Add Them To Our Herd!" A nice group of bulls and heifers to select from. See our Angus and Charbray crosses-also Hereford-Charolais crosses. BRYANT E. PEARCE QUITMAN Registered Charolais and Charbray Cattle P. 0. Box 590-Phone 6278 Breeding Charolais Since 1952 GEORGIA 100% CHAROLAIS AUCTION Friday, February 26,1960 (During the Houston Fat Stock Show) Presenting Another Askew Sale OFFERING 60 HEAD 30 Females 30 Bulls All bred heifers Breeding age or calf at side Real herd sires Sale Starts at 1 p.n. At Askew's AA Ranch near Richmond, Texas. Ranch telephone MO 2-2840 THIS IS THE BEST GROUP OF CHAROLAIS EVER OFFERED AT ANY AUCTION P. 0. Box 222 ANDREW M. ASKEW 52 AA Pho HOUSTON 27, TEXAS ne MO 5-1540

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This French champion Charolais bull shows the size and quality that are exhibited in the Charolais breed. No other breed can compare with both the size and quality of Charolais and Charbray. Practical experience in Florida and other states has proven that regardless of what breed you cross with Charolais and Char. bray, the product will be a superior calf from any given cow ...a calf that will have more weight at weaning time and have the "bred-ir" ability to continue to grow. CARL BOLCH, 3061 KINGS AVE., JACKSONVILLE 7 T. MARK BRITT, P.O. BOX 308, WINTER GARDEN BEN BURNSIDE, NEWELLTON, LA. U. S. SUGAR CORP., CLEWISTON H. C. DOUGLAS, ZEPHYRHILLS COLD SATURDAY FARM, FINKSBURG, MD. RUSSELL FARMER, WAUCHULA MRS. C. T. JENNINGS, 3460 FLAMINGO AVE., SARASOTA CLYDE J. KEYS, 20-11 TH ST., S., ST. PETERSBURG 1. A. KRUSEN, ZEPHYRHILLS W. A. KRUSEN, ZEPHYRHILLS MR. & MRS. C. C. LAND, STAR RT., CARRABELLE L. MAXCY, FROSTPROOF BRYANT E. PEARCE, BOX 590, QUITMAN, GA. J. 0. PONS, BOX 3166, TALLAHASSEE ROY & J. W. PERDUE ALTURAS D. A. SALLS, 1515 DRUID RD., CLEARWATER WENDELL SALLS, BOX 1178, CLEARWATER KERBY SAUNDERS, MENDHAM, N. J. C. F. SHUPTRINE, P.O. BOX 689, SELMA, ALA. H. C. SULLIVAN, BOX 186, FROSTPROOF FRED W. TURNER ESTATE, WESLACO, TEXAS OTTO WEAVER, 800-26TH AVE., N., ST. PETERSBURG Plan to attend our first Charolais show at the Florida State Fair in Tampa, and our third annual show at Ocala. H. C. Douglas, President, Zephyrhills, Florida Wendell Salls, Secretary, Box 1178, Clearwater, Florida

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Florida Charotais s1ank High Interest in breed cne earlyj by EDNA McINTYRE American International Clarolais Ass'n THE BREEDING of Charolais originally started in Texas and Louisiana. However, some of the other states followed very shortly with some real competition, and Florida was one of them to start very quickly. Some of the original better known herds were K Bar Ranch, Zephyrhills, owned by I. A. Krusen, L Bar Ranch, Carrabelle, owned by Clifford C. Land; Norris Cattle Company, Ocala; Bryant E. Pearce, then at Fort Myers, U. S. Sugar Corporation of Clewiston, and H. C. Sullivan of Frostproof. At the present time there are 24 members in Florida owning 106 purebred bulls, 101 purebred females, 569 crossbred bulls, and 1390 crossbred females, all of which are registered and/or recorded in the A-I. C. A. We can surely say that Florida ranks among the five tol) states now breeding Charolais. With the enthusiasm of the members of the Association and the interest of prospective Charolais breeders, there is no longer a doubt as to the breed being accepted as a competitive one prepared to meet any challenge in the future. However, we cannot stress the need for purebreds and breeding stock enough. The scarcity of purebred Charolais sires and the increased trend o f crossbreeding through use of Charolais cattle, is an incentive for any breeder or commercial cattleman to change his ranch operations now and make Charolais his highly profitable enterprise. Although records of the AmericanInternational Charolais Ass'n. reveal only 2087 registered purebred Charolais bulls, 2087 purebred registered females, 5251 crossbred recorded bulls and 18,253 crossbred recorded females, owned by 475 members in 38 states and 7 foreign countries, the pedigree of each individual animal is indicative of the strict program followed by the breeders in attaining that number. The scrupulous eyes of the first owners of Charolais laid the foundation for the requirements of the Standard of Excellence, which now guides the breeder in the evaluation of his cattle attaining liurebred status. Standards have reMained the same when evaluating a Charolais bull. The superior beef conformation, ideal breeding characteristics, climatic adaptfor January, 1960 ability, quick maturing qualities and ability to put on weight under all conditions, all are contributing factors that have influenced the cattleman's selection of his herd bulls. These characteristics are prominent in all the purebred bulls bred up from the few basic purebred bulls imported to this county in the early 1900's. Due to the small number of Charolais cattle for a number of years preceding the abrupt termination of importations from Mexico, possessors of these huge, white cattle quickly recognized their potentials and foresaw their multiple advantages over other breeds. While breeding up the herds, using the Charolais on all kinds of beef breeds for the crosses in order to establish foundation stock, the true performance tests results were made by the crossbreds. Evaluation tests on the crossbreds have revealed Charolais crossbreds easily average 2.6 pounds to 2.9 pounds a day. This rate of calf gain per day, under both normal growing and fattening or feeding condiitions, is most important to the profits of the calf crop. The Charolais crossbred calves will dress out higher, with a lower percentage of waste fat, since the fatty tissues are evenly distributed throughout the lean or muscle tissues, rather than being wrapped around the lean tissues, as is common in British breeds. And as the majority of the consuming public says, "The thick layer of fat has "got to go"and the sooner a beef breed presents that "lean red meat" with "less fat", the better. During the development of our purebred stock, the highly heritable characteristic ability to pass on the same desired characteristic to the calves has been an outstanding factor in selecting herd bulls. Using a Charolais bull insured general appearance and conformation to the progeny, therefore, this quality induced many cattlemen to start their herds on a one bull investment. This heritability of the growth gene of the Charolais deserves the attention the commercial cattlemen are giving it today. Bryant Pearce, of Fort Myers, with his ranch in Quitman, Georgia, still boasts of his Charolais herd, which was founded in 1952. He says, "Charolais and their crossbreds give enough milk to fatten off their weaned calves at 50 to 100 pounds more weight than other herds." This is definitely an expression of hybrid vigor in this trait. When breeding for a close, compact animal, some breeders have learned that they breed out a great deal of the milk producing area and have to depend on nurse cows to raise a good calf. And if they breed for a more open cow and increase her milk flow, they will have a much heavier and better grade calf at weaning time. With that thought in mind, especially in crossbreeding, they should market a steer one year old weighing from 1000 to 1200 pounds, which would give them a much earlier return on their capital investment. It has been proven that wherever there 81 FR LOANS ON. GRVS FARMS CATTLE RANCHES 0 AA dad ZI RA N H AM mec. FARM LOAN DEPARTMENT 400 E. Central Ave. Orlando, Phone GArden 4-7121 MINIMUM LOAN $10,000 Terms as long as 20 years. Fla. CHAROLAIS & CHARBRAY FROM ONE OF FLORIDA'S TOP HERDS Good, Breeding Age Bulls and Heifers for Sale at all Times. SHELL CREEK RANCH I)r. E. J. Hall, Owner Star Route A, PUNTA GORDA, FLA. Registered Clarbray Cattle For Sale At All Times Sluptrine Cattle Co. Phone TRinity 4-6281, Selma, Alabama Cecil M. Yates, Sr. Licensed and Bonded Livestock Broker Will buy or sell livestock for you. Phone TI 6-4911 KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA Don't Miss Ar Issue! One Year, $2.00; Two Years, $3.00; Four Years, $5.00 The Florida Cattleman "THE BEST FOR LESS" Supporters of Florida Cattlemen Poultrymen and Dairy Producers WINN-DIXIE STORES, INC. General Offices: Jacksonville

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#i I would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you for the wonderful reception you have given me during the past year. It has been a real pleasure working with a group of people like you, who are so dedicated to the beef cattle industry. As a new year dawns, and your sale needs increase, I hope you will put my Purebred Sales Management Service to work for you. I also handle buying and selling arrangements with both purebred and commercial cattle. Ring service. Plans are being made to hold an All-Breeds Graded Bull Sale at Kissimmee in midFebruary. Deadline for entries is January 5. Bulls must be 24 months old by sale date. Out of state entries are invited. If interested, contact me now! Your inquiries are invited. Contact: Gary N. Brown PHONE TI 7-2206 108 Poinciana Circle Kissimmee, Florida is a demand for abundant meat production, it is easy for the Charolais breed to gain popularity and create a demand. Scientists of beef breeding research are making known the fact that they are searching for the "meat type" animal. This search must and will be conducted with all consideration for economy, rate of gain, as well as for vigor, fertility and all the other problems of beef cattle breeding. Behind each move there is a revelation that the packers and research men are seeking animals that will yield a carcass with a higher percentage of favorite cuts, and quite likely, our breed will contribute to the one "ideal type" that will win out to supply that need. Certainly, the Charolais and its crossbreds have all the desirable qualities that are eminent in this search. To Cross or Not To Cross Is Title MRS. EDNA MCINTYRE of AmericanInternational Charolais Association points out that "To Cross or Not to Cross' is the title of a review by Steward H. Fowler of Louisiana State University, which appeared in a recent issue of the National Livestock Producer. She says the article pointed out valuable information derived from an extensive beef cattle breeding project which was designed to furnish information on the extent of hybrid vigor and to provide knowledge as to the best means of carrying out a crossing program. The experiment included the formation of six 32-cow herds, each herd containing eight Angus, eight Brahman, eight Brangus, and eight Hereford cows. She says the herds were mated to bulls of six different breeds, including Charolais. Results of the first phase, according to Mrs. McIntyre, were: "Charolais and Hereford bulls sired calves that were considerably heavier at weaning time; Charolais bulls crossed with Brahman and Brangus cows yielded the heaviest calves at weaning time; "Charolais and Shorthorn bulls sired calves that gained the fastest on feed; Charolais-sired calves were heaviest on total weight per day at age of slaughter time; and Charolais bulls sired steers producing the largest area of rib-eye muscle (9.27 square inches) indicating these steers can hang up top-grade carcasses which give more emphasis to lean meat development and cutability in beef cattle." No FLORIDA plants participated in contracts let recently by USDA for 630,000 pounds of frozen ground beef for school lunch programs. Lowest bid (November 4) was 37, 632 per pound at the plant of R. O'Brien and Sons, Chicago, Illinois, for 84,000 pounds. Highest was 41.95 cents for 21,000 pounds purchased from a Cambridge, Massachusetts, packing firm. 82 The Florida Cattleman CONTROL Liver Flukes Use HEXACHLORETHANE From a practical standpoint, drenching is the only present control for liver flukes. Hexachlorethone used at regular intervals, in the quantities recom, mended, is recognized as the standard product i Florida. ALSO: IIELMINEX PHENO COBALT and PHENOTHIAZINE 121 PHENO-MINERAL and ARSENATE PHENO-MINERAL For Prices, Contact Your Dealer or Florida Chemical Industries, Inc. P. 0. Box 274, Phone FRanklin 2-2138 Gainesville, Florida Charolais & Charbray Ayavallo hulls average doily gain an performance feeding tests at Brooksville for firs 56 days was 3.8 pounds per clay gain per bull. Ayavalla Plantation Box 3166 Jack Pons, Manager Phone 3-4535 TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA Contact us for CHAROLAIS bred CATTLE T. M. BRITT Phone OLympic 6 3083 ( idence) or OLympi 6-1553 (office) Box 308, Winter Garden, Florida SEND THE CATTLEMAN AS A GIFT! One Year $2; Two Years $3; Four Years $5. Box 891, Kissimmee. Registered Caro/aii CATTLE LAZY W RANCH OTTO WEAVER, Owner Phone 52-5241, 800 26 Avenue North ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA

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BRYANT PEARCE ...of Quitman, Georgia is the owner of these Charbray bulls. Charolais to Sell in Houston UPxWARDS OF 50 head of Charolais cattle will be sold at auction during the annual American-International Charolais Association sale slated to be be held on February 24, in conjunction with the Houston Fat Stock Show slated for Houston, Texas. The 1960 edition of the sale is set at 2:00 p.m. in the Sam Houston Coliseum sale arena. Association officials report that the 1959 sale was one of the best Charolais sales in the history of the association and smashed all records for that breed in a Houston sale. Last year's event saw 37 head sell for $75,450 as buyers from throughout the nation paid good prices. The 25 bulls in the sale averaged $1832, while 12 females averaged $2316, for an overall sale average of $2470. Dean Emeritus W. L. Spangel of Texas Tech, Lubbock, Texas, will judge Charolais animals entered in the Houston Fat Stock Show starting at 10:00 a.m. on the same (lay as the sale. Beef Cattle Exported FRoM JANUARY to June, 1959, U.S. exports of beef breeding cattle totaled 9471 head, an increase of 56 percent over the number exported in the first half of 1958. Shipments made during the last half of 1959, however, were 23 percent less than during the first six months. Brahmans accounted for 60 percent of the JanuaryJune 1959 21 percent were Herefords, eight percent Santa Gertrudis, and Charolais and Aberdeen-Angus were about three percent each USDA REPORTS that a 112-day test in fattening yearling steers by the Texas Experiment Station shows that the cost of gain was increased in feeding comPletely pelleted rations as compared with partially pelleted rations. The cost of gain was also increased in self-feeding the completely pelleted rations as ctmPared with hand-feeding because of the larger amount of feed required per hundredweight of gain. for January, 1960 Charbray Add Quality And Weaning Weights To Your Calf Crop. SIR NATHANIEL-One of our senior herd sires. See us for your Charbray foundation stock: top quality and all recorded with the American Charbray Breeders Association. We always have a good selection of heifers for sale, as well as a nice group of young bulls to choose from. H. C. SULLIVAN BOX 186, TELEPHONE 3051 FROSTPRO OF, FLORIDA A Brand New Livestock Book "HOW TO MAKE MONEY FEEDING CATTLE" by L. H. Simerl & Bruce Russell PRACTICAL AND AUTHENTIC, this book is written specifically to help you make more money feeding cattle-whether you're an "old hand" at the business or just a beginner. This 160-page book is devoted exclusively to the problems of the cattle feeder and how to solve them profitably. Order your copy now! Our order number 24, $2.50 per copy, plus 8 cents sales tax in Florida. The Cattleman Press Box 891, Kissimmee, Florida CATTLE is preferred collateral with us THE FinsT NATIONAL BANK ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA CENTRAL AT 4th MEMBER OF FDIC J. H. Logan, Manager Farm & Livestock Dept. L RANCH Home of Charolais and Charbray Cattle FOR SALE 3/4 and 7/8 weaned heifers 15/16 to 31/32 Charolais heifers from 8 mos. to two years old. Bulls-3/4 to Purebred All heifers and bulls calfhood vaccinated Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Land Phone OL 3-3822 Apalachicola CARRABELLE FLORIDA American International Charolais Ass'n American Charbray Breeders Ass'n Eastern Charolais & Charbray Ass'n 83

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ROBBINS WOOD says: or PRESSURE TREATED LUMBER Lifetime Protection Against Termites, Dry Rot and Decay Corrals Fence Posts Barns 0 Feed Bunkers 0Any Structure ROBBINSMFG. CO. Tampa -Orlando PHONE TAMPA WE 4-6151 SELL AT WAUCHULA! Auction Every Thursday HARDER COUNTY Livestock Auction Market TUSSI II FARMER, Manager + Advertise! Auctioneer Robert D. COOPER Florida's e a d i n g purebred and commercial auctioneer ... Phone ELgin 5-5340 SARASOTA, FLA. LET US HAUL YOUR CATTLE ...40 foot sembitrailers, single and double decked. Fast service, just phone us. Charolais %ow Itesults Given For Jaix, BrookLviIle CHAROLAIS WINNERS at Hernando Counts Fair, Brooksville, and the Greater Jacksonville Fair-listed in order by classes, with number of entries in parentheseswere as follows: Brooksville Aged buls-( ): Sir Theodore -01. )s anch, CHAMPION .Charolais bull at Jack. Clearwater: Juor yearling bulls_14): Sir Otto (grand champion), Lazy W. Ranch, St. Peterssonville was exhibited by DS Ranch burg; Juniper 108 (reserve grand champion), nS; shown here with Don Klontz at the 'Titus 91, 1)S: Winter bull calves-:3): 'Toushalter. saint, lazy W: Mr. Theodore 1)S 17:3, 1)S: Mr. Theodore D)S 167, 1)S: Junior bull calves (3): lafayette, I azy W: Mr. ''heodore DS 184, )S; Theodore 1)S 178. DS; Miss 'I'heolore DS 180, Mr. Tleodiore DS 182, DS; Three bulls (3): DS; Lazy W; DS; 1)S: Two bulls-(3): iazy W; Group winners were: Get of sire(3): Lazy W: 1)S; 1)S; 1)8; DS; Pair of calves -t(): Lazy W: ~Lazy Aged cows-(1): Angelle (reserve grand chanipW; DS; DS; ion), lazv W; Junior yearling heifers-18): FranJacfksonuille coise grandl champion), I.azy W: Miss 'Iheoiire 1)S 104, 1)S: Corbala 98, I)S: Winter heifer ,Ae)d tills I) Tomias M382, K -Bar Rinrh, calves(3): louisette, Iazy W; Colette, lazy /ehyhriills; iwo-yearoli bulls-(1): Mr. Pasr WV: Miss Theodore 1)8 1)12. 1)8:Junior hiifer 785. K -Bar; J1unior yearly ing lbulls-(14): Juniper W:Ms(4 s Thebelo ore 19.DS S; r heissr 108 (grand hanIpion), W. A. Sails DS Ranch: calves -1-4) : Miss '1odre D)S 176, 1)8 Miss Clearwater: Mr. Pasco 889 (reserve champion K-Bar; Sir Otto. Otto I. Weaver, St. Peters burg; Sunmer yearling bulls-(4): Mr. Pasco 0857, K Bar: Toussains, Weaver; Mr. Thedore 1)817:1, 1). A. Salls, DS Ranch; Junior bullsMr. 'I'lodore DS184, W. A. Salls; Mr. Theodoo ior 18 82 W. A. Salls; Lavfayette, Weaver -Tsso-vear-old heifers-(2): Miss Pasco 7(4 Sgraul < champion), K-Bar; Angelle (reserve champion), Weaver: Senior yearling heifers-(4): Irancoise\ Weaver: Miss Pasco 843, K-Blar; Mis 'fhiecore 1)S124, 1). A. Saills: Suninier yearling heifers-Il): Miss TIheodore 1)811)2, WV. A.Salls: Colelle, Weaver: fAi~iusee Weaver; ,Juiiior heifer calves-5): Miss P'asco, 912. K-Bar; Miss Theodoi ^1, .A. SalIs; Miss Thioidore 1)S8, XV. A. Salsa; Gel of sii-c'5): get of Sir Theodore 401, W. A. Sails; Weaver; Sir Don, Weaver Charolais Association K BAR RANCH .exhibited the grand S champion Charolais female at JacksonHolds Judgi g School ville, shown here with Banner McCowen. Louis GILBREATH Oala and Dr W G Kirk, Ona Range Cattle Station, were among the 14 judges who attended the ^ 0 American-International Charolais Associat ion's first judging school. The school was held during the PanAmerican Livestock Exposition at DalI las in October and was conducted by Emil Maurice, president of the Charolais Association in France. Presidents of Charolais Associations from Mexico, Canada and the United States assisted. Meat Output Highest RESERVE ...champion bull at JackSirkce Late 1956 sonville was also shown by K Bar, shown here with H. C. Douglas. AN ESTIMATED 480 million pounds of or i iUE -'5 LAZY W RANCH ...had the reserve champion Charolais female at the Jacksonville show. 84 meat were produced under federal inspection for the week ended December 5. This was 24 percent above the 388 million pounds produced the previous week, 11 percent above the same week a year ago, and is estimated to be the largest since the week ending December 8, 1956. More specifically, cattle slaughter during the week ended December 5 is estimated at 370,000 head, calf slaughter at 115,000, hogs at 1,675,000 and sheep and lambs at 300.000 head. HUMANE SLAiUGITERING won "seals of approval" for forty meat packers in 1959. reports the American Humane Association, which made the awards. The Florida Cattleman -1 v

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Charbray Are Fast Gainers Strong points of breed cited by MRS. QUINTA ARRIGO Sec'v American Charbray Breeders Ass'n THE CATTLE feeder today has to extract every ounce of beef out of the feed he gives his steers. The profit conscious cattleman wants animals that produce more pounds of beef-heavier, faster gaining, more efficient feeding calves-animals that will convert any kind of feed into red meat. Charbray cattle have a strong inherited prepotency for producing fast-gaining heavier weighing cattle-a dividends returning asset in any crossbreeding program. They put on beef at an amazing rate and are noted for their feed conversion efficiency. Having better legs, Charbrays get around over rough range country more easily and convert poorer pastures into high grade beef. The rapid growth characteristics of Charbray cattle are having a tremendous influence on the beef industry of this country, and with the increasing national trend toward performance testing for fast, economical gains, with the trend moving strongly toward meat type cattle, Charbray breeders in the southeastern United States are looking to the future YOUNG CHAROLAIS ..calves posing On good pasture make a good Florida scene. These animals are owned by Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Jennings' Blue Bird Ranch, located near Bradenton. for January, 1960 85 Try this new Hybrid Forage Grass 1 .2 Shoulder high in 49 clays, t is field made 4 tons of hay per acre on 1st cutting! Produce low-cost livestock feed, rich in protein and Vitamin A, ideal for grazing, hay or ensilage High feed value, palatable and nutritious Up to 14% protein, 150,000 Units of Vitamin A Good sugar content, all livestock like it * Growers report cheap beef gains, high milk production No bloat reports after 3 years of grazing *Perennial type plant, easy to grow, drouth resistant Growers say -"Best forage crop we've ever tried, beats anything!" This new high-production strain of Sorghum Almum Grass was introduced from Australia just a few years ago. In the last two years, stockmen in every part of the nation have tried it with outstanding success. Plantings on both irrigated and dry land show high production on many different types of soils, from clay to blow sand, under a wide variety of growing conditions. Grows from 5 to 14 feet tall. Leaves are broad, shiny-green, rich in vitamins. At proper cutting time, stalks are succulent, tender and sweet. Makes an ideal forage that all livestock like. Yields heavy tonnage -up to 30 tons or more of ensilage, 8 to 12 tons of hay per acre are reported. Hundreds of enthusiastic letters from Florida to Oregon, New York to California say-"Everything you said it was," "It's the coming hay in our part of the country," "Beats anything we've ever tried," "Best pasture I've ever seen," "Increased both our milk production and cream test," "Cattle go for it like kids cat candy." ORDER NOW FOR SPRING PLANTING Special 5-Acre Test Offer, with Grower's Bulletin (10 lbs.) Postpaid in u. S ..$ 12.95 Stockman's 12-Acre Grazing Test, with Grower's Bulletin (25 lbs.), Postpaid. .$29.95 (Prices subject to change without notice.) M"X. GRAZING REPORTS show low-cost beef gains, increased milk production for dairy cattle, seasonal capacity of 2 to 5 head per acre. Yearlings gained over 2 lbs. per head per day without supplement in many tests. Sheep, horses, hogs and goats like it and do well on it, producers say PALATABILITY TESTS in Colorado show cattle and calves often prefer Sorghum Grass hay to good alfalfa. Equally good for feed when green chopped, dehydrated and pelleted, or dried in bundles. Dry winter stalks test up to 9% sugar, make ideal roughage for mother cows or yearlings. "Most promising new crop to reach the U. S. since alfalfa," Stockmen declare. Find out for yourself how this new forage grass can fit into your livestock program on your own farm or ranch. Takes only 12 to 4 lbs. of seed per acre, produces tons of feed. Many reports of good crops "where nothing else would grow." Don't delay, order your seed now! ORDER DIRECT FROMNEW MEXICO Seed FARMS P. 0. Box 1005-Clovis, New Mexico

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with confidence. L. P. Hill of Lake City, believes that Charbray are by far the fastest growing cattle of anyv that he has ever used. For the past. four years Hill has been raising this big, rugged white breed. For a period of 15 years prior to that time. he had raised other breeds. "I have no trouble with these cattle from disease, nor any trouble at birth. My calves always grow uniform and wean at 500-600 pounds on pasture. Since beginning with a Charbray herd," Hill added, "they have outgrown all other breeds I have previously experienced. I think this breed of cattle is the most suitable yet for our climate in Florida." The proof of the pudding is in the eating-Charbray cattle have proven themselves declares Bryant E. Pearce of Quitman. Georgia: "Two years ago at our new location in Quitman where other straight breeds were popular, we originally did not receive much encouragement, but Charbray cattle have indeed proven themselves." The round grassy patch of shade under the big old spreading oak tree at Pearce's place is as busy as Grand Central Station on Saturday afternoon. People come to see the big, rugged, silvery white cattle. Pearce has spent seven and a half years upgrading his herd and feels that the time, effort and money spent has produced excellent results. Bloodlines in the Pearce's breeding herd stem from bloodlines like Jolet, Tobeas, Wild, Sampson, Pueblo, Domingo, Jeff, Unique and Walhalla. Pearce says he keeps his young Charbray bulls sold ahead of breeding age in 12 of the eastern and southern states. His neighbors are buying his bulls too. Having just returned from the Georgia Livestock Tour of South American countries, Pearce reports a great deal of interest in Charbray cattle. "Wherever we follow up our bull sales" Pearce said, "We hear enthusiastic and gratifying reports on the calves from these bulls. All our purchasers are very well pleased with faster growing, heavier calves. We feel as though we are rendering a real service." John H. Phipps of Ayavalla Plantation at Tallahassee, had four Charbray DELPHINE ...is the name of this champion Charolais female, pictured in France. Her weight was 2300 pounds at the time this picture was taken. bulls at the Florida State Rate of Gains Test in 1958 which averaged 3.3 lbs. per day, outgaining other breeds. They were fed a growing ration for 140 days. "Charbray cattle" states Phipps "not only have the facility of making rapid gains on grass pasture and the ability to finish in the feedlot, but Charbray bulls will produce like gains on their progeny no matter what breed they are crossed with." I. A. Krusen of K Bar Ranch, Zephyrhills, who is an enthusiastic advocate of Charbray to produce fast growing commercial cattle, reports an increasing interest among Latin American buyers. Cattle from K Bar Ranch have recently been shipped to Honduras, British Honduras, and Guatemala. C. F. Shuptrine of Selma, Alabama, who has been exhibiting Charbray in Alabama and Mississippi for the past few years, moved into the Nashville, Tennessee area this year. Shuptrine reports steadily increasing interest in the breed in an area where there was originally some prejudice, and recently sold a midwest experiment station 25 commercial heifers for experimental purposes. A steadily growing number of breeders are increasing the ability of their animals to make more economical use of feed by converting it into more flesh at a faster rate of speed by using a Charbray bull with their cow herd. IN 1950, the year the first REA telephone loan was approved, 18 percent of Florida farms had telephones. By the end of June, 1958, it was estimated that 35,000 farms, or 56 percent of all farms in the state, had telephone service. And, by July .1, 1959, REA had approved a total of $13,215,000 in loans to seven borrowers in Florida-all commercial companies. APPLICATION FOR foundation animals have increased considerably during the past year, according to Mrs. Edna McIntyre recording secretary of American-International Charolais Association. The Florida Cattleman flow to Find Charolais Hierds --ORLAN0O Each dot on the man indicates the TAMPA approximate location of the adver"0 tiser's form or ranch. The number next to the dot identifies the advertiser. Map number Advertising and breeder is on page 101 Ayavalla Pantation .82 102 T. M. Britt.82 103 DS Ranch .78 104 Hardee Market .84 105 K Bar Ranch ..88 106 L Bar Ranch .83 107 Lazy W Ranch .82 108 Latt Maxcy ..87 109 Shell Creek Ranch .81 110 H. C. Su!livan .83 \IM 86

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"CATTLEMEN'S KIND" Charbray Bulls Produce More Beef at Less Cost to You! We have 15 to 20 three-fourths and seven-eighths Charbray bulls for sale at this time. These bulls have not been pampered, however they are rugged, big boned, and fleshy animals that will be ready for heavy service this spring. Come by or call us at any time and let us show you what Charolais and Charbrays have done for us and can do for you. Lat Maxcy, Owner EL MAXIMO RANCH Frostproof, Florida RANCH LOCATED 30 MILES EAST ON STATE ROAD 60 Phone 2571, 4571 CHAROLAIS SALE ~OLAIS ASa soIA-Ir'.N

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MISS PASCO 704, Grand Champion Charolais female at the Greater Jacksonville fair in 1959. MR. PASCO 889, Reserve Grand Champion Charolais bull at the Greater Jacksonville Fair 1959. When Animals Like These Are Crossed With Brahman Cattle, They Produce Offspring Like The Ones Shown Below. OUR SHOW HERD OF EIGHT ANIMALS AT JACK. SONVILLE WON ONE GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP, ONE RESERVE CHAMPIONSHIP, THREE FIRST PLACES, TWO SECOND PLACES, AND ONE FOURTH PLACE. See our K Bar cattle at the Ocala and Tampa shows. The animals pictured above are part of our Charbray show string. They averaged 1521 pounds of weight at 27 months of age-gaining 1.78 pounds a day from birth. These are the kind of cattle that will put size, bone and scale in your commercial operation. 1. A. Krusen Phone SU 2-4235 ZEPHYRHILLS B. McCowen, Herdsman-Always at the ranch Ranch located 8 miles SW of Zephyrhills on Morris Bridge Road. H. C. Douglas Phone SU 2-3641 FLORIDA Illm .m.M---

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Koger is Against (Continued from page 27A) ducers have had the experience that the more they "improve" their herds by the use of "good" purebred bulls, the lower the weaning weights of their calves. Shows promote holding on to some antiquated standards and methods. This resistance to change hinders progress, delays corrections of faults, slows down changes that need to be made in keeping with changing conditions and production practices. It results in many breeders and judges agitating against progressive moves such as production testing. Is it not significant that in poultry, where such marked progress has been made in recent years, shows have been abandoned altogether, and improvement based on performance and breeding ability rather than on appearance? Showring standards encourage all breeders to select for the same kind of cattle. This is not in the best interests of commercial breeders who need varying types of cattle depending on type of operation and environment. Show standards attempt to pour all animals into the same mold, while experience throughout agriculture and scientific knowledge of genetics both have proven that this approach to animal breeding is fundamentally wrong. We need different types of animals to suit different conditions, market requirements and production practices, Shows and reed association sales promotional programs should be replaced with forward-looking educational programs and exhibits designed to increase efficiency in production of meat and meat products of improved nutritional quality and consumer acceptability. Continuation of shows in their present form may result in the death of the purebred cattle industry as it now exists. Commercial producers will be forced to turn to producing their own breeding stock, which will be selected on the basis of their ability to do the job required of them, rather than buy from purebred breeders who select on an artificial show standard which has little or no relationship to utility. The above is not to say that there is no place for an occasional show, properly staged and evaluated in light of its true contribution to breed improvement, or that there should be no visual appraisal of cattle. Breeders must of necessity depend on visual means of evaluating certain characteristics. It is high time, however that breeders be informed as to the net effect of shows as they are presently conducted and what cannot be accomplished by visual appraisal alone. It is the rightful function of the animal husbandry departments of our landgrant institutions to provide research information on animal breeding and imProvement, and to pass the information on to students and breeders in such a manner as to encourage sound standards and breeding practices. If this is done it should help to reduce the colossal waste of time and energy that has been expended in over-emphasis of shows. for January, 1960 -PERTHONIAN 3rd CALVES SHOW FINE PROMISE The calf pictured above clearly indicates the outstanding breeding of one of our young sires, Perthonian 3rd, the third son of Imp. Prince 2d of Rowley. The good head, excellent conformation and bone in this calf is positive proof of this 100% Scotch bred bull. 3 RD ANNUAL 4-H, FFA Feeder Calf Sale will be held at Dundee Ranch the last of March or the first part of April. Watch for dates. it Pays To Keep Your Eyes On RANCH Lake Fern Road e Box 203 e Lutz, Florida e Ph. Tampa, WEbster 9-5201 RALPH J -d GWEN CORDINER. Ow-,, 0 CHAS. MOORE, M,. Bang's Tested Herd ___ m E E Certified T.B. and 89

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GRAIN DRYER .reduce in corn for safe storage. No way valve at top of elevator, from floor level. FEED Mill Designed For Future gRaynagua capacity s moisture is 33,000 bunshels te the sixcontrolled WITH A TOTAL capacity of 33,000 bushels of grain, the new storage plant and feed Imill at Raynagua Farm was built with a look into the future. Crawford Rainwater, who with his wife Betty, owns Raynagua, said the whole setup was laid out with the idea of feeding as much home-grown grain as possible to their own livestock. "In laying out the feed mill it was impossible to build it in steps, therefore we had to look many years ahead and design it for our ultimate needs." Rainwater said. In describing these "ultimate needs," he said they plan to have at least 200-300 utes grain registered Angus cows on the ranch when ugers rollthey reach full production. are mov"It will take us several years to reach these numbers since we plan to raise the M r majority of our females on a production and performance testing basis," he explained. The grain storage area is divided into four separate bins. Each bin is equipped with air circulation to condition the grain after it has been stored. The bins can be varied in size with little trouble if this becomes necessary. The entire mill is under one roof along with a dryer, which the owner feels is a necessity because of the 60 inches average annual rainfall. Since the plant was built with a long look ahead-and despite the fact that its ultimate purpose is to feed only Rays used for nagua cattle-the arrangement is such foot rigid that feed can be sold to others now and nearby for extra feed can be bought if it becomes necessary. Rainwater said in laying out the plant his ideas were: "To be able to gather our crops under g almost any type of weather conditions; to dry grain when necessary and store it with a minimum amount of effort: to keep grain in storage with a minimum of deterioration-so it maintains its quality; and to )rocess our grain and feed it back to the livestock with the greatest efficiency of operation and the least amount of effort." The Angus breeder said he also plans to build a steer feeding operation along thbese lines -on a smaller scale -at anned by some future dz(te. grain is Raynagua Farms is located northwest and sent of Pensacola, on U.S. Highway 29. The ranch manager is E. J. Gibbs. 450-BUSHEL TRUCK ...dumps grain into a floor auger recessed beneath a through grate in the feed processing building. HANDLING CONTROLS ...operator meters crimped oats, cracked corn and protein supplement into hopper to be rolled to the mixer. A LOADING TRUCKS .is easy in this area. A discharge spout emits feed from reversible auger between storage mill and processing plant. SURPLUS GRAIN ...is loaded on truck for delivery to nearby ranch. Increasing herd to consume entire production is Raynagua aim. The Florida Cattleman U MAIN AUGER ...distrib picked up from bins by side a ing on overhead track. They able by cable hoists. "a riF 40x80 FOOT QUONSET ..i grain storage, with a 40 x 40 frame stran steel building n feed processing CONTROL CENTER .is m E. J. Gibbs, manager. Whole rolled, delivered to the elevator to proper storage bin. 90 -4

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The "AZALEA-CAMELLIA VACATION" 570e 28 Registered Bulls 27 Registered Females 60 Commercial Heifers At the Farm Near Loxley In Famous Baldwin County We are selling 14 sons and 12 daughters of Evader of Anoka; 9 sons and 7 daughters of Eileenmere 1481st, he by Eileenmere 1100th. Also selling 1 son of Anokamere 50th, I son of H P Eileenmere and I son of Bandolier of Anoka 111th. Also 1 daughter of Blazon of Wye and I daughter of Marydalemere 30th. At the conclusion of the registered sale, 60 commercial heifers by sons of Eileenmere 1116th, will sell in 12 pens of 5. Most are of breeding age. EILEENMERE 1100TH JANUARY 16, 1960 Sale will start at 12:30 P.M. at the farm located 15 miles E. on US 90 of Mobile, Ala., to intersection on State 27 at Malbis Court, then 5 miles South to the farm. We are selling 2 sons and 6 daughters of Eileenmere 2007th, a son of Eileenmere 111 6th, he a grandson of the "500th. There are bred and open females offered and some will have calves by sale date. This strong concentration of Eileenmere breeding is consolidated with other top proven bloodlines. HOMEPLACE EILEENMERE 375TH The Standard Corte "Super Quality" Maintained Known throughout the Southeast as a registered herd of unexcelled quality, Corte and Sons also have a commercial-purebred division of national repute. Their steer feeding operation is immense and Corte steers have won consistently. The Standard Corte "Super Quality" is Maintained in this offering. Headquarters: Malbis Hotel Courts and Restaurant Phone Mobile HE 2-2735 for Reservations. P. .Box 1115, Staunton, Va. Ph: TU 6-0811 Sale Consultant: Dave Canning Auctioneer: Col. Paul Good WRITE FOR CATALOG .CORTE and S Herd Accredited for Brucellosis and T. B. LOXLEY, ALABAMA Also attend the Millorden Sale, Woodbury, Ga., Jan. 14 )NS A. A

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4 44 bWon' GOOD G-bcl GODITI HOROSHO GOOD And ISF Cattle Special GOOD Quality foods for quality herds. Ask your Florida ISF representative for the profit-making facts about ISF mineralized stack foods, and Grow-Em Milk Replacer or write to: INT ERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD CORP. OF GEORGIA P.O. Box 118, Cairo, Georgia ) Angus Bulls To Sell in Belle Glade Nearly 100 to be auctioned THE SEVENTH annual bull sale sponsored by the Florida Aberdeen-Angus Association will begin at 12:00 noon on Friday, January 8, at the Glades Livestock Market, Belle Glade. This year there are 95 bulls in the offering, an abundance compared with the 45 offered last year. All of the bulls are service-age and Florida-raised-therefore acclimated. According to Scott L. French of Loxahatchee, about 60 percent are over two years old, and all are at least 22 months old-ready for immediate service. French will again be sale manager for the association, and points out that many of the bulls have been semen tested. Auctioneer at the event will be Robert Cooper, of Sarasota. Six consignors make up the rosterGulfstream Farm at Fort Lauderdale will be offering 22 bulls, the largest number from any ene consignor. Circle R Ranch of Lake City will have 20 animals to sell, M and M Ranch of Loxahatchee offers 17 bulls, and 16 head are in the offering of El Clair Farms, Lake Worth. Knollwood Angus Ranch, Inc., of Bartow and Fort Myers, and S. Schipper, Miami, each offer 10 bulls. Further information concerning the sale is available from George Young, manager of the Glades Livestock Market at Belle Glade, or from French, who is manager of M & M Ranch at Loxahatchee. Catalogs are also available from the same sources. The president of the association, Walter R. Williams, has called a meeting of association directors for the evening prior to the sale in Belle Glade. L. P. Kiser Dead WoRD HAS been received of the death of Lawson Peel Kiser on December 1 in an Atlanta hospital, at the age of 58. Past president of the Florida AberdeenAngus Association, Kiser has for the past 20 years been engaged in the citrus and cattle industries in Valrico. Kiser was a native of Atlanta, and a graduate of the University of Virginia. THE 76th ANNUAL meeting of the American Angus Association, held in Chicago last month, was attended by more than 900 persons, of whom 319 were official delegates from state groups. 92 The Florida Cattleman Florida Raised Angus Bulls Well Grown Ready for Service Don't Miss This Chance to Buy the Best' 0 0 0

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ANGUS BULLS Ready for Immediate Use! Florida Aberdeen-Angus Ass'n Annual BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA Why Angus? Angus have proven themselves as producers of better beef in Florida and the Southeast, just as they have throughout the country. If you've had experience with the breed, you'll know we're right when we emphasize that: ANGUS MAKE BETTER FEEDER CALVES, HAVE LESS PINK EYE, DEHORN 90 PERCENT OF FIRST-CROSS CALVES, HAVE LESS UDDER TROUBLE, MAKE BETTER VEALERS, ARE EASILY HANDLED, PRODUCE UNIFORM COLORED OFFSPRING. Good Bulls? This is the seventh year this sale has been held. The offering will consist of good quality bulls, well grown out and ready for your use. None will be less than 22 months of age and OVER 60 PERCENT WILL BE OVER 2 YEARS OLD. All have been Florida raised and acclimated. This should be your best chance of 1960 to bid on a large number of GOOD REGISTERED ANGUS BULLS. Col. Bob Cooper will auctioneer. STARTING AT 12 NOON SHARP AT THE FOR CATALOG, WRITE SCOTT FRENCH, SALE MANAGER, LOXAHATCHEE, FLA.

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Check These Dates Now! !felle 9ade on jolt udq 8. We're consigning 35 head of good registered Angus bulls for commercial cattlemen who attend this annual bull sale sponsored by the Florida Aberdeen-Angus Association. Most of our bulls selling will be by Mole's Hill Eileenmere 79th, our International First Prize winner. .1ioutheion Cloa44ic onh 9e6. 13. We will be represented at the Southern Classic at Thomasville, Georgia on February 13 by six top daughters of Moles Hill Eileenmere 79th. They'll be bred to Whitneymere 512, Supreme Champion of the All-American Angus Futurity. We'll also sell a top son and daughter of Whitneymere 512, from his first calf crop. Gulf stream Ell ClaiG Farm Farm Mr. & Mrs. James Farquhar, Owners Paul E. Fitzpatrick, Owner Fort Lauderdale, Florida Screwworm Shipping Ban Lifted FARM ANIMALS may now be shipped frinn Florida into other states without restrik tions. Former bans on shipment have been lifted by USDA because of pro gress made in screwworm eradicatio throughout the Southeast. Movement of livestock from California New Mexico and Arizona into the south east eradication area is now affected b year-round shipping requirements, rather than seven-month restrictions. A recent survey has confirmed that the screw worm winters over in these three states Year-round regulation continues to apply to livestock shipment from Texa and Louisiana into the southeast eradi cation area -which includes Florida Georgia. Alabama, South Carolina and Mississippi. Eradication efforts were started in July 1958 on a full scale involving the release of millions of sterile flies over the south eastern area. Regulations on livestock movement first became effective in Sept emnber 1958, to prevent spread of the pest, and to facilitate eradication measure made by the federal-states program in the southeast. The regulations specify that no livestock infested with screwworms shall be moved interstate for any purpose. Live. stock owners intending to ship animals into the eradication area should contact their state or federal veterinarian for de, tails concerning shipping requirements. In Florida, no cases of screwworm in festation have been reported since June 1959. Before the cooperative eradication program started in July 1958, as many as 40,000 cases a month were reported in Florida, South Carolina, Georgia, and Alabama. At Sebring an operations base for the eradication effort ceased operation in mid-November, and screwworm produc tion facilities there are now on a standby basis. Officials in the eradication program are urging livestock owners to continue submitting suspected larval specimens for identification at the survey data center at Sebring. Ranch, Grove Sold J. ARDEN MAYS, Plant City citrus and cattle man, and his associates, have sold 3476 acres of land near Riverview and Boyette to Triple Creek Groves and Ranch, Inc., a principal of which is J. A. Miles, Jr. of Plant City. Included in the sale were cattle, machinery, buildings and 400 acres of young grove. It is understood that the new owners will continue to develop the land in citrus and cattle. 94 The Florida Cattleman ANGUS BULLS All Ages For Sale 50 to select from P. W. FULTON AHHARA 1818 St. George Drive, Phone 6-2286 BRADENTON, FLORIDA Angus Registered Aberdeen-Angus BEL-MAR FARM A. A. Goolsby, Owner Phone CHerry 5-3371 SUMMERFIELD, FLORIDA Acclimated FLORIDA BRED FOR FLORIDA PASTURES MONARCH RANCH J. G. Sola, Owner William Wing, Mgr. Phone SHadyside 8-5461 WILDWOOD, FLORIDA Bradmar Angus E. BRADSHAW HUDSPETH, Owner We Specialize in Club Steers and heifer calves for projects. Box 21 -'Winbrook 2-1818 ST. CLOUD, FLORIDA a

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SELLING 25 TWO-YEAR-OLD BULLS AT BELLE GLADE ON JANUARY 8! We have reserved these good registered Sale at the Glades Livestock Market. These Angus bulls for consignment to the Florida are growthy service-age bulls. Be sure to Aberdeen-Angus Association's Annual Bull see them at Belle Glade! We're now offering for sale at the ranch: 20 Yearling Angus Heifers Arky Rogers poses Ankonian 0. B. of Circle R. He's a good son of Ankonian 0. B. 13th, the 1955 International Grand Champion. Also Offering 25-30 Young Bulls For Sale at the Ranch THINK ABOUT YOUR NEXT YEAR'S BULL NEEDS and then stop by the ranch to see this good selection of young bulls that we have for sale. You'll have a much better selection from this group now while they're young than you will later. Buy them now and you won't have to pay us for raising them to service age. This is a good group to select from for animals to take home and grow out to suit your own conditions. CIRCLE R RANCH GEORGE D. ROGERS, OWNER, PHONE 170-J, R.F.D. 3, BOX 118 LAKE CITY, FLORIDA RANCH LOCATED SEVEN MILES SOUTH ON U. S. 41

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our BUSINESS is BEEF And we are producing some of the finest with our purebred bulls and good cows. COME BY AND SEE OUR OPERATION WOLFE RANCH H. E. Wolfe, Owner Phone: VAlley 9-3466, P.O. Box 1361 Ranch located midway between Green Cove Springs and St. Augustine on Highway 16. ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA "Registered Aberdeen-Angus Cattle" DERISO ANGUS RANCH Mr. & Mrs. Bob Deriso Phone WE 52203 North Casey Avenue off Gunn Highway P. 0. Box 415 Tampa, Florida Certified Brucellosis Free Herd No. 445 ABERDEEN-ANGUS CATTLE "Quality doesn't cost ..it pays" Sun Lake Ranch P. O. BOX 237 Lutz, Florida Angus .. Building a selected registered herd to supply your future Ang us needs LAZY D RANCH Milton H. Davis, Jr., Owner, Box 472 PUNTA GORDA, FLORIDA 1 mile N. of Baldwin on Hwy. 301 MILLERSHIRE HOME OF FINE REGISTERED ANGUS Fred 13. Miller, Jr. Ph. EX 8-2194 20 Bull Yearlings for Sale 1814 River Rd. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA * * * * ** * * * * REGISTERED ABERDEEN-ANGUS STARDUST RANCH Henry and Jeannette Chitty Phone (Gainesville) FRanklin 2-1650 MICANOPY, FLORIDA * ** ** +** ** * *** REGISTERED ANGUS (the former Lee & Son herd) John P. Richardson Route 1, Telephone MUrray 2-2244 BAKER, FLA. EL CLAIR FARMS Production and Performance Tested ANGUS CATTLE PAUL FITZPATRICK, Owner .RUSS KISER, Mgr. Phone Boynton Beach 3770 Route 1, Box 1172 LAKE WORTH, FLORIDA Brucellosis and TB Accred-ted THE BEST IN ANGUS BREEDING C. D. Hughes & Son Phone CYpress 3-7650 WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA ABERDEEN-ANGUS .featuring a herd of quality females with Mole's Hill Eileentmere 145th as herd sire. Reynolds Ranch 1' W Reynolds, Owner, Ph. CApital 3-25,35 Route 2, Box 229-C, Bartow, Florida Ranch located 3 mi. south of Lake Garfield ABERDEEN-ANGUS AND POLLED HEREFORDS Champneys Ranches Phone TUcker 6-2281, Apopka, Fla. Livestock Oiatloo (Continued from Page 48A) there is developing more resistance t( over-fat pork on the part of the consumer If the production of over-fat pork con tinues, the housewife will continue t buy less pork and more of the other lean meats and fish. A fair start has beer made in producing more meat type hogs However, this trend is still progressiar too slowly and needs to be accelerated, It is estimated that Florida has abur 7000 head of sheep which is a very small number. There are still many manage ment, feeding, breeding, as well as disease and parasite control problems to he solved in producing sheep in Florida. It is recommended that anyone contemplat ing the raising of sheep in Florida obtain good advice, and investigate the matter thoroughly before getting started. Ve will be very glad to have them visit oar experimental sheep unit at Gainesville and look over the studies underwa there. In summary, 1960 looks like another good year for the beef cattle producer although he should be careful that he does not over-expand. The swine producer will get about the same price for his hogs as he did in 1959. Since the ho numbers should start decreasing in lMri the outlook will be for higher hog price after 1960. Prices for sheep and wool should be about as good in 1960 as in 1959. Feed supplies for 1960 are plentiful since it is estimated that 40 percent excess grain and eight percent excess o high protein feeds will be available over livestock needs. Annual Meeting Held Bly Glades Co. Ass'n. PRINCIPAL SPEAKER at the annual meet ing of the Glades County Cattlemen'S Association, held December 5 at Moore Haven, was J. 0. Pearce, Jr., of Okeechobee, President of the Florida Cattlemen's Association. Some of the problems and objectives in the 1960 program o the state group were outlined by tire speaker. Some 50 members and their familie attended a barbecue steak supper and dance after the business meeting. Officers elected for the coming year were William H. Peeples of Moore Haven, president; Parker Prescott of Palm dale, first vice-president; Tom Perry of Moore Haven, second vicepresident Tommy Bronson of Moore Haven and Morris Crum of Brighton, county directors; Charles Lykes of Tampa, state director; Billy 0. Bass of Moore Haven secretary, and Dolores Padgett of Moore Haven, treasurer. CHILE HAS made arrangements to import breeding cattle, according to the Foreign Agricultural Service. Angus and Hereford heifers are to be imported fror Argentina, but this development maY stimulate demand for U.S. bulls of these breeds. 96 The Florida Cattleman

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FEBRUARY 13, 1960 12:30 P.M. Saturday, February 13 at Sinkola Plantation, Thomasville, Georgia Consignors: CAROLAND ANGUS FARM, LANDRUM, SOUTH CAROLINA SINKOLA PLANTATION, THOMASVILLE, GEORGIA LONGLEAF PLANTATION, AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA Guest Consignors: GUL.FSTREAM-EL CLAIR FARMS, FORT LAUDERDALE FLORIDA CAROLAND ANGUS FARMS consignment is featuring Eva's Bandolier Lad, the progenitor of the Bardoliermeres. Check the fantastic record at the last four International Livestock Shows where four bulls sired by his grandson have been Grand Champion. In the 1959 shows in addition to the Grand Champion bull, the Grand Champion female, the Grand ChamPlon steer, the Reserve Junior and Reserve Senior Champion bulls, Reserve 8INKOIA PLANTATION consignment-their herd sires are the jointly Owned International Grand (aampion Dor-Mac's Bardoliermere 60th, owned inntly with Mole's Hill Farm; two of his daughters sell and 11 females Carrying his service or breeding privileges will also sell. Prince of Red Gate 102, Grand Champion bull at the Eastern National and Fort Worth, LONGLEA, PLANTATION consignment features Homeplace Eileenmere 492nd, one of the great young sires of the breed, who's get are acquiring a national reputation. There will be four sons and 13 daughters of the 192 selling, including the entire show string which has established such 'n enviable record in tile Southeast tile past year. The Longleaf PlantaGULSTREAM-El, CLAIR consignment features the get of Mole's Hill .lfeenmere 79th, the bull who won his class at Chicago. There will be six !1aughters selling safe in calf to Whitneymere 512th, who was Reserve donior Champion at the 1957 International, won his class as a two-year-old "Pecial Delivery Arrangements-We guarantee that tile absolute maximum cost of getting any almmal you purchase in this sale delivered anyWhere in tile United States, Canadian Port of All herds are Entry or Port of Embarkation will be $50.00 if arrangements are made through the sale manager. ie sure to attend the Sugar Loaf-Brays Islamd "Sale Select" at Brays a0d Plantation Yemassee, South Carolina February 11th, only a short drive from Thomasville. Grand Champion femiale and 10 First Place award winners were all Bardoliermlere bred cattle. Caroland's other herd sire is Homeplace Eileenmiere 210, owned jointly with C. V. Whitney and Stillwater Farm. Two sons and a daughter of this famous foundation sire sell. There are five daughters, two granddaughters and threo grandsons of Eva's Bandolier Lad selling. Caroland's consignment consists of five bulls and nine females. jointly owned with Red Gate Farm, a fancy bull and heifer by him and his service and Prospectmere, three times Royal Winter Fair Grand Chainpion and sire of Anokamere 50th, the bull that Tolan Farm recently purchase(] an interest in from Anoka Farm. Sinkola is selling four bulls and 16 females. tion heifers old enough to breed will carry the service of 0. Bardoliermere 5th, a great breeding son of Bardoliermere 2nd that is jointly owned with Paul Good and Old Home Manor. In last years sale seven "492'' heifer calves averaged $27t. This year a daughter topped the Sugar Loaf Event at $4500. in 1958 and was the Supreme Champion at the All American Futurity in 1958. A very toll young bull and an outstanding show (laughter of tile 512th will sell. Auctioneers-Ham James and Paul Good Certified and Accredited. Sale Manager-Dave Canning, Clinning Cattle Co. Box 1115, Staunton, Virginia Phone TU 6-0811 Sale Headquarters will be Three Tooms Inn, Thomasville, Georgia. Everyone is invited to a Southern Classic party there at 6:00 P.M. the night of February 12th.

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LOOKOUT .Plantation exhibited the reserve champion bull at Jacksonville, shown with Nathan Carrol. RESERVE ...female was also shown by Bray's Island, shown with Denney at the halter. calves-(2): Caroland Bandolier 102, Caroland Farms, Landrum, SoUlih Carolina; Sinkolamere 23, Sinkola Plantation. 'Ihomasville, (Georgia: Senior hull calves horn before November 31, 1958-(4): Caroland Eileeniere 2105 ( junior champion ad grand champion), Caroland; Bray's I rlandmen 4776, Sugarloaf, Bray's Island, Yemtiassee, South Carolina; Sinkolanmere 5821, Sinkola Plantation; Barbola Bandolier 3, Lookout Plantation; Sumnmer yearling bulls 2): Bray's Islandotece 4772, Sogarlna F; Sin kolamrere I1, Sinkola Plantation' Summer yearlings horn before JUne 30, 1958-( ): Caroland Bandolier )301, Caroland Farms; J unior yearling bulls I2): Sinkolanere 1o, Sinkola Plantation; Balabandolier Z2, Lookout Plantation; Junior yearling bolls born before December 31, 1957-(2): Sinkolamere 9 seniorr champion) Sinkola Plantation; Eileenniere of Sinkola 17. Sinkola; Sunmner yearling bulls l): Caroland Bandolier Lad 100 (reserve senior champion), Carolatud: Three bulls owned by exhibitor-(4): Caroland: Sinkola; Lookout; ITwo bulls-(S): Carolanid; Sugarloaf Braty's Island; Sinkola; junior heifer calves-(I): Fannie Bess 10 Of r3My's Island, Sugarloaf; Senior iteifer calves born afte November 1, 1958 -M: hBumer Maid Of imkola t inkh l; Senio~r liifec calves born before Novemler 1, 1958-(3): Blackwood Lady 14 of Bray's Island juniorr chamujpion and grant clampion), Sugarloaf; Blackcap Empress of Sinkola 8, Sinkola; Blackcap of Sinkola 11, Sinkola; Sitmtiner vearlings-(H: JUana 15 of Bray's Islantd, Stgarloaf; Sommer lcifer yearlings Iorn before Aug Ist 1, 15)-.2): Miss Burgess of Bray's Ishlud (reserve junior champion and reserve grand chattpion) Sugarloaf; Caroland Blackbird 3N4, Carolanul; J1 unitr yearling ttei fers-(2) : Balalutnulelba iE2 omtttm; 1 ucliess Eva LPt Sinktula; ur Yearning heifers torn before January 1. (2): Ari LA' 2nl (reserve senior chamrip(a'), Sogarloa f Erict tuf Sinkola 2. Simthmla ; TlwttYear.-oldl Ieifers. (]): lutekcap of Sicmktolt 8 (sell"tuc cha"ii e"ia Sink oa; tt owners ere: Get of sire-I2): Get of inkotian 154 7th, Sugarloaf; Prospecttmere, SinSELECTED AS grand champion steer at the International Livestock Exposition in Chicago was Black Jewel, a 1035-pound sUmrlner yearling Angus shown by Roy Maass of Iowa. Angus steers also captured the grand champion purple ribbons offered in carlot and carcass divisions. for January, 1960 97B Georgia Angus Association 12ej en Lt Mid-Winter Bull & Female Sale January 29 50 Breeding Age Bulls (All eligible for outl-of-state shipment) 50 Females (Many ivith calf at side) Animals are consigned from these fine Georgia Angus herds: Cameron Crest Farms .Alphareaat Dwight Kennedy ..Claxton M. H. Barnett .Washington Ralph Bridges .....Lexington Hugh Schneider ..Hampton Moccasin Hollow Farms. ...Atlanta Albion Farms ...Duluth Reynolds Bros ..Oglethorpe J. M. Tyler .Thomasville J.M.J. Trust Farm .Arlington Balfour Farms .Thomasville Dr. J. R. Turner .......LaGrange Lazy X Ranch .Canton B. P. Smith .Social Circle Dr. Roland Clanton ...Thomasville Bennie Janes. ..RFD, Albany R. P. Jordan ....Albany Dr. Marius Holland ...Cochran Lorraine Farms ......Macon Green Oaks Plantation. ...Madison Hardy Acres .Griffin W. M. Blocker ....Glennville Dr. F. C. Randall .Glennville For catalog and other befortnatiost, write: Carl. 0.1I'arker, Fieidmanii, 38'33 Mathis, Macont, Georgia Mr. Commercial Breeder: Selling 10 bulls at the Belle Glade Bull Sale, January 8, with a lot of scale and size, out of my foundation cows from Wye Plantation (importers of Scotch Aber10130 Coral Way -4 deen-Angus bulls). Remember, Packers like to buy blacks, paying usually 2-3 cents per pound more! MIAMI 55, FLORIDA

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Nine Angus Bulls for Belle Glade! We invite your inspection and will appreciate your consideration of our consignment of 9 well bred Angus bulls entered in the Florida Angus Association Belle Glade bull sale on January 8. All of these bulls have been calfhood vaccinated and are out of our Brucellosis and T. B. certified herd. All are registered. All of these bulls have been semen tested and approved by Dr. C. B. Plummer for your further protection. The sires of the bulls in this offering are well known animals such as Mole's Hill Eileenmere 79th, Jago Prince, Highlands Bandolier 85th, Gulfstream Eileenmere 7913, and Ankonian 3512, and are thoroughly acclimated. These bulls range in age from 23 to 30 months and are in their working clothes and ready to go to work for you. We also are offering at our new ranch location at Bartow an excellent selection of bred and open heifers. At our Fort Myers location we have 70 excellent bull prospects from 15 to 21 months of age. We would like to take this opportunity of thanking H. L. Austin of Alva for his recent purchase from us of one bull and five bred heifers. KNOLLWOOD ANGUS RANCH, INC. FORT MYERS AND BARTOW, FLORIDA Fort Myers Phones WE 6-1050 or WE 6-2659 Bartow Phone CA 3-3665 or CA 3-2372 William D. Richards-George (Jock) A. Sutherland BALDWIN ANGUS RANCH Registered Aberdeen-Angus cattle for sale at all times. Herd sires: Bandolier Lad of L. V. and Dor-Mac's Bred The Ankonian Way Bardoliermere 64th. Ranch located 5 miles north of Ocala on HOLLY HILL ANGUS FARM Hwy. 441. Leroy Baldwin, owner & manager B. C. Cook & S-ns, Haines City, Florida We are consign ng 10 REGISTERED ANGUS BULLS To the Ocala Bull Sale on Jan. 19th. At the 1959 Angus Feeder Calf Sale in Gainesville, where 1453 calves sold, our grade calves-sired by our purebred Angus bulls -were among the top-selling consignments. (These calves never had any supplemental feed.) We also had the top-selling calves in the 1958 sale. If you are interested in raising better calves, we invite you to bid on these bulls. Zetroner Stock Farm Rfd., Micanopy Phone 2516 Showsnheld (Continued from page 32) champion bull; Leader's Red Lady, grsand champion female; White Plains Cha. pion, reserve champion bull; Grav(1 Ridge Secret, reserve champion female; Brooksville Brahmans-All Brahman entries shown by W. H. Stuart: WUS Cornelius Imperator 268/1, grand charn. pion bull; WHS Cornelius Imperator 444/1, grand champion female; WHS Cornelius Imperator 309/1, reserve grand champion bull; Lady Cornelius Impere. tor 457/1, reserve champion female; Brooksville Charolais-Sir Otto, grand champion bull, Lazy W. Ranch, St. Pe. tersburg; Francoise, grand champion f male, Lazy W; Jumper 108 reserve grand champion bull, D S Ranch, Clearwater: Angelle, reserve grand champion female Lazy W.; Brooksville Herefords-BBF Zato Heir 159, grand champion bull, Bar Bel Farms, Brooksville; BBF Silver Heiress, grand champion female, Bar Bet; Mis chief Domino 2, reserve grand champion bull, Circle Z Ranch, Floral City; Silver Lady 2 CC, reserve grand champion fe. male, Bar Bet; Brooksville Shorthorns-All Shorthorn entries were shown by Ferongra Acres Leesburg: Ferongra Gold Star, grand champion bull; Creekland Red Rose, grand champion female; Ferongra Rosewood, reserve grand champion bull; Feeongra Candy Bess, reserve female; Jacksonville Angus-Caroland Eileen. mere 2105, grand champion bull, Cars land Farms; Blachwood Lady 14 0i Bray's Island, grand champion female, Sugarloaf-Bray's I s 1 a n d, Yemassee, South Carolina; Balabandolier 2, reserve champion bull, Lookout; Miss Burgess ti Bray's Island, reserve grand champion female, Sugarloaf-Bray's Island; Jacksonville Brahmans-ADS Amnmon de Emperor, grand champion bull, Duda: ADS Empress de Manso 975/0, grand champion female, Duda; ADS Hampton de Imperator, reserve grand champion bull, Duda; WHS Lady Abco 444/1, re serve grand champion female, Stuart; Jacksonville Charolais-Junper 10 grand champion bull, D S Ranch; Miss Pasco 704, grand champion female, K-Bar Ranch, Zephyrhills; Mr. Pasco 889, re serve grand champion bull, K-Bar; Angelle, reserve grand champion female. Lazy W; Jacksonville Herefords -WindsweeP Victor 108, grand champion bull, Wind. sweep Farms, Thomaston, Georgia; lF Miss Anxiety 531, grand champion ft male, Jo-Su-Li Farms, Colquitt, Georgia: JF Zato Heir 101, reserve grand chanpion bull, Jo-Su-Li; Windsweep Venus 5, reserve grand champion female, Windsweep Farms; Jacksonville Shorthorns -Oakwood Watchman, grand champion bull, Smith Ranch, Winter Haven; Jacklen Queen Beauty, grand champion female, Jack len Farms, Plant City; Matador, reserve grand champion bull, Boll Weevil Plan' tation, Waynesboro, Georgia; Susannes Secret 2nd, reserve female, Boll Weevil The Florida Cattleman 98

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JANUARY 14 "SALE DAY" 100 MILLARDEN BRED BULLS Performance Tested-Fertility Tested AT THE FARM WOODBURY, GA. Some of Our Big Rugged Sale Bulls That Have The Size And Quality Commercial Cattlemen Are Looking Far. NOTE: FLORIDA CATTLEMENThe i south 0 fage4 t Aeductief Te4 ted ga/e These bulls are fully acclimated to the South and will be HARDENED to PASTURE CONDITIONS. The feeding trials having been completed, the sale bulls are now being exercised daily over one of our rugged Georgia mountains. These MILLARDEN BULLS should be ready to go to work the day you get them. For catalogues and reservations write Bob Blalock, Woodbury, Georgia. Herds certified and accredited for Brucellosis and T. B. This enables these bulls to go anywhere. Calfhood vaccinated bulls available. MILLARDEN FARMS Dean L. Snyder, V.M.D.-Mgr. Division of Bob Blalock, Manager Annville, Pennsylvania H. E. Millard Lime & Stone Co. Woodbury, Georgia Phone: UNderhill 7-8381 Henry Z.n Phone 4375 Cattle Consultant Poe47

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Angus cows raise Larger Calf Crops LESS CALVING TROUBLE Naturally hornless Angus cows and heifers have less calving trouble than other beef breeds, for Angus calves have smaller polled-shaped heads. Gives you more calves to sell. WEAN BIGGER CALVES Angus cows are superior milkers wean calves weighing up to 65 lbs. heavier. Crossbred Angus calves usually weigh more at weaning, too. This added weight means added profit for you. Build for the future! Buy Blacks! American Angus Ass'n St. Joseph, Mo. Florida Aberdeen-Angus Association Walter R. Williams, President, Rt. 2, Box 920, Lakeland, Fla. Oak Hill Ranch Registered Angus Oak Hill Florida LIMONA ANGUS FARM Herd Sire-Wondermere A good, great grandson of Wonder Bull 487 Emile & Ruth Merlin Phone Tampa 49-6502 Limona, Florida REGISTERED Aberdeen-Angus Beef Producing Bulls Caroland Farms Jim Vogt, Herd Manager LANDRUM SOUTH CAROLINA Brucellosis Accredited Herd No. 655 McGREGOR-VANTRESS ABERDEEN-ANGUS 1145 Peachtree St. N.E. -P. 0. Box 1145 Phone TRinity 4-4559 ATLANTA 1, GEORGIA Florida's Home Of The Blandoliers 100KOUT RANWTION Address: Route 2 -Phone LIberty 7-5211 CHOCTAW RANCH Purebred and Commercial Aberdeen-Angus R. B. Spires. Owner Keith Miller, Manager DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, FLORIDA Ranch Locatcd at Red Bay, Florida Advertise!+ REGISTERED or GRADED ANGUS and SHORTHORNS National Champion Polled Conference Shorthorn Bull, Southeostern Champion horned Shorthorn Bull oand Cow, Shorthorn horned Bull imported from Scotland. BULLS, COWS and HEIFERS for sale lack Sutton, Manager, Mrs. Mortha Hutchi so n Assistant Maaager, Mirror Lake Rnch, Tirl b Road, Dade City, Florida. Phone LOgan 7-2226. COL. E. HOOD WILKERSON, Owner 120 N. Orange Ave., Phone GArden 5-1838 ORLANDO, FLORIDA Production Test Award Is Offered Bankers Ass'n is giving recognition THE FLORIDA Bankers Association is go, ing to especially recognize the Florida cattleman doing the best job of produ. tion testing in cooperation with Florida's Agricultural Extension Service, reports Bob Morris of the First National Bank of Tampa, who is chairman of the FBAs cattle committee. First award will be made at the University of Florida's Beef Cattle Short Course next April. Involved is a revolving trophy, which will be kept on display at the livestock pavilion at the University. A selection committee with representa. tion from the Florida Cattlemen's Association, from the extension service, and from the producers with production testing programs will select. the winner, keeping in mind the following points: 1) The use the cattle owner makes of the production testing information; 2) The way the rancher keeps his records; 3) His progress in improving quality, improving weaning weight, improving calf crop percentage, and (for purebred breeders) the weight and quality of the animals he offers for -ale; 4) The quality and weight of the calves out of the producer's first-calf cows. "We're very hopeful that this award will be something of an incentive for improving Florida's catle," Morris writes Calf Test Program Helps Boys School EXPERT RATE-GAIN testing of calves is helping herdsmen at The Florida School For Boys at Marianna build a superior beef herd, according to the school's offi cial newspaper, Yellow Jacket. The paper reported that J. E. Pace, Extension Service husbandman, and Ted Pendarvis, Florida Marketing Bureau. weighed and graded 96 calves at the school in October. They also re-graded 40 heifers being added to the herd as a result of production testing last year Levy Co. Ranch Sold THE HIGHsMITH Ranch in Levy Countoperated as a cattle ranch for several Years by C. M. Highsmith, has been sold to J. W. Keen. Located between Dunnellon and Williston, the ranch comprises 2818 acres of improved pasture and timber land. The Florida Cattleman S1'Y)

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The THIRGreat Atlantic Angus Bull Show & Sale Descendants of great animals to insure prepotencv. U040c tSelected from the entire offering by successful, operating cattlemen. Z /ei9/A t The weight of each bull as of sale day will be available. Each hull examined by an Angus breeding veterinarian for soundness. 9epati/ q Each bull sold will have been fertility tested. The AAA bulls will be placed by a judge of International fame. + .'&eIee'~iac We have 250 bulls from the leading herds of the Atlantic States and Eastern Canada. Such as Ankony Farm, Mole's Hill Farm, Meadow Lane Farm, Stillwater Farm, Rally Farms, Crossways, Old Home Manor, Deep Meadows, Bent Lee, Keefauver Brothers, Sugar Loaf and many others. Never before in history have there been so many really great bulls offered in one place. The Show and Sale Will Again Be Held at RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, JANUARY 25 & 26, starting at 8:00 A.M. Clayton Jennings, Joe Lemely, Maurice Boney, and Louis Gilbreath (manager of the Camp Ranch, Inc., Ocala, and first vice president of the Florida Cattlemen's Association), will sift the bulls into four grades -AAA, AA, A and B. The B bulls will be removed and not sold. All bulls will be weighed immediately following the sifting. Their grades and weights will be put on their lot number cards over them in their stalls. There will be an attractive division of this show and sale in the three bull groups. All of the bulls will be checked by Dr. A. V. Bartenslager, an outstanding veterinarian, who is also an Angus breeder, for soundness. All bulls will be fertility tested. Most of the offspring comes from certified and accredited herds. SWIE OF THE BULLS WILL BE SOLD IN PENS OF THREE-SIFTED, SHOWN AND SOLD JUST LIKE THE SINGLES Free transportation will be given to any buyer (or a group of buyers) buying 25 or more bulls, to any point in the United States. Shipping arrangements are made through the sale management. No individual will cost the buyer more than $100 for transportation to his farm or ranch. Here is your opportunity to get Total Performance information. Watch these bulls being checked by the veterinarian. Watch these capable cattlemen, who have proved they know what they are talking about, sift them into the grade they belong. Then watch the Internationally-known and respected breeder and judge, Sr. Raul Firpo from the Argentine, place your AAA bulls. Since this is an outstanding array of bulls of unusual pedigree value, unusual quality, I know they will appeal to breeders an(l ranchers all over North America. It is impossible to mail these catalogs out and 11ot miss someone. Therefore, CATALOGS WILL BE MAILED BY REQUEST ONLY. Please send us a card and we will put you on our list and see that one is sent to you promptly. Sale Manager THE ATLANTIC ANGUS BREEDERS SALES COMPANY, INC. D. G. Canning, President P. 0. Box 1115 STAUNTON, VIRGINIA Phone TU 6-0811

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<~; T k 7/7 Now whar'd that durn buck go? Oh, just as ivell: I'd a had to dress 'irn. yi The I 1~ ~j U (-4 ~' ,;-, ooby Trap What's the Deal, Dad? 102 I -Z lith these scopes, and high-powered shells, a feller really ought to use salt for these long shots! Back 2without scratch/ 77-TED The Florida Cattleman Going' Hunting by E. B. "Buster" Kenton The drawings on this page were all made after a couple ol recent hunting expeditions by Buster Kenton, Kissimmee's well-known cowboy artist, whose talents extend from serious art in oils, through commercial art and cartoons, and even into leather work and other art mediums. The editors of THE CATTLEMAN thought you'd enjoy seeing these cartoons, and so prevailed on Buster to let them appear in THE CATTLEMAN, though they were really done solely for his own amusement.

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Suwannee flogWinners Announced A LARGF entry list featured the Suwannee Valley Livestock Show swine classes, held at Live Oak recently. Championship ribbons went to the following, according to County Agent Paul Crews, show manager: FFA harrows-Jennings FFA, champion individual; Jimmy Roberson, Live Oak, reserve champion individual: Jennings FFA. champion pen of three; Roberson, reserve champion pen of three; 4-H barrows-Dorothy Long, Live Oak, champion individual; Bill Cannon, Live Oak, reserve champion individual; Cannon, champion pen of three; Dorothy Long, reserve champion pen of three; Adult barrows-Haynes Duroc Farm, Live Oak, champion individual; Haynes, reserve champion individual; Haynes, champion pen of three; Janet Cannon, reserve champion pen of three; Champion barrows-Haynes, grand champion individual: Dorothy Long, reserve grand champion; Haynes grand champion pen of three; Bill Cannon, reserve grand champion pen of three; You t h Durocs-Barbara Hendrick, Jasper, grand champion boar; Cannon, reserve grand champion hoar; Barbara Hendrick, grand and reserve grand champion female; Adult Durocs-Haynes, grand champion boar; Cannon Duroc Farm, Live Oak, reserve champion boar; Haynes, grand champion sow; Cannon, reserve grand champion sow; Youth Berkshires-Jim Cundiff, Live Oak, grand and reserve grand champion boar; Lewis Ward, Live Oak, grand champion sow; Cundiff, reserve grand champion female; Adult Berkshires-Worth Long, grand and reserve grand champion boars; Cundiff, grand champion sow; Long, reserve champion sow; Youth and Adult Hampshires-n o champions reported; FFA Showmanship-Philip 0 d o m; FFA Team Judging-J. F. Williams Chapter, Live Oak; FFA Individual Judging-Don Hart, Jennings; 4H Showmanship-Cundiff; 4-H Team Judging-Suwannee County First Team; 4-H Individual Judging-Ward. uIiting on Increase License Sales Show FLORIDA HUNTERS spent $816,633.50 to purchase 161,172 hunting licenses during fiscal year 1958-59, according to A. D. Aldrich, director, Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, an increase of 8376 licenses and $48,314 over the 1957-58 totals of 152,796 licenses and $768,319.50 55Penditures, We are OUT of the Purebred Hampshire Business But We'd like to take this opportunity to say r"THANK YOUT' to our past CUSTOMERS Since entering the Hampshire business, we have always taken every precaution against diseasee in the herl and have been proud of our (lisease-free herd. Atrophic rhinitis recently swept through the her(d despite our disease precautions and the fact that we had no previous record with this disease. We regretfully hid farewell to the purebred Ilanipshire business. Mr. and Mrs. George C. Dryden, owners QxIce 4s Ranch Rt. 2, Box 1000, Marianna, Florida Phone: Cotton dale, ELgin 2-4952 DUROCS WEANED PIGS AND BRED GILTS GATRELL DUROC FARM Fairfield Florida REGISTERED LANDRACE SWINE Any age, any quantity produced from the top individuals from the top purebred sales in America. SILVER OAKS FARM East Side U.S. 441 FORT DRUM, FLORIDA write 1416 SW 2d Ave., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. fop Jbnuary, 1vill 103

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Everything for the Rancher & Dairyman Anchor Serum Products Ideal Veterinary Instruments Leather Goods Dairy Supplies RAN,14 A DAIRY SUPPLIES 3600) KUH tL'= ANDO. FLA. Phone GArden 5-8094 Certified Meat Type Durocs Sires: Mr. Topper Ace (CMS 36), Strowold Engraver (CMS 48) Breeding Stock for Sale Haynes Durocs O'Brien.) Fla. Phone Branford WE 5-2162 w 4riai Acredited Brucellosis-Free Herd No. I Reg Duroc Hogs Boars ready for heavy breeding Open gilts and boars William W. Rush Fla. Accredited Brucellosis Free Herd Phone Branford WE 5-3715 BELL FLORIDA CERTIFIED MEAT TYPE HOGS Now offering for sale 6 boars & 3 gilts, 1breediing age, from certified meat type litters. 'aking orders for weaned pigs. CANNON DUROC FARM Fla. Accredited Brucellosis Free Herd Phone FO 2-1996 LIVE OAK, FLA. Registered LANDRACE Featuring 100 percent imported bloodlines KB FARM Phone GArden 57058 1800 Rock Lake Drive Richard Bunch, Owner ORLANDO, FLOR IDA R LIVESTOCK A N C H Vaccine Medicines Instruments of all kinds D A I R Y Fenton's Feeders, Celina Stock Tanks Minerals STOCKMEN'S SUPPLY 6311 E. Broadway, Phone 4-2075 TAMPA, FLORIDA Cracker Day Is Success At lagler FLACLER COUNTY'S annual Cracker Day drew more than 1000 on December 5 to eat barbecue and see a program of horse racing and a cutting contest. Special feature of the program was presentation of plaques to past presidents of the sponsoring Flagler County Cattlemen's Association by B. J. Alderman of Grandin, past president of the Florida Cattlemen's Association. Awards went to Raymon Tucker, R. W. Deen, Jr., Lyman Gage and Alfred Tucker as past presidents. Howard "Bum" Taylor, Flagler county agent, was master of ceremonies for the event, which began at 11:30 a.m., and lasted through the afternoon. In cutting competition, Misty King, owned by William Candler of Kissimmee, and ridden by Gene Koger, was first, with Misty Tom, owned by Preston Wells, also of Kissimmee, and ridden by Red Simpson, in second position, and Lee's Pride, owned and ridden by Buck Lee of Belle Glade, third. Other winners, listed in order by events, were: Musical chair race-Tim loulwig, Ormond Beach: I )orinula Smith. I',latka: lie ;g race-Jerry Burnsedl, Bunnell: -John Straka, Holly Hill: Barr" race-Straka: Ruth Faircloth, Daytona Beach; Cloverleaf race-Jim Burnsed, Bunnell: Straka: Jerrv Burnsed: Children's cowpony race-Sonny Faircloth, I)avtona Beach; Homer Cannon. Daviona Beach; A-ult cowpony race-I)orinda Smith, Palatka: t'air-loth: Adult blooded cow hors:, race,-IFaircloth: L.eo Kight, Hastings; Raymon Tucker, Bunnell. Buck Grass Captures Top Honors in Show BUCK GRASS of Tampa took top honors in the Brooksville Horse Show, held in conjunction with the Hernando County Fair, capturing four firsts (including the stock horse championship) with his horse Apron Strings. Show was held November 14, with M. J. Hulsey, Jr., of Tampa as judge. Winners, listed in order by classes, were: Open iumpine-Witcl I)octor. Jostph Cincoiti; Chief D-iable, Ua Murkinson; Western iomning)izzv. Wilma Bu!rmer: t)Dustv. Karen Stagobherg: Weslern P'lensure-Apron Strings. Buck Grass: Moss Homuo Top. 1'eegv Havens: Rieining-Apron Strings, Grass: Bandita. Guiv Brewster: Oien equitation-Jo-ce Bolton. Sue Talor: Itrrel race-Nancv Wright (on Son'). L~inda Bolton (o, Blue D:ncer): Stock Saddle seatGr-sst a.ilitv-K. J. Judy Mattull; oat Ia h hrvl Ms tilt: 1 ulish "'"deasi, r*1 1,. S;s. J1 iul Mat loll: Sunset. D,,,lle.v Crowd er; Stock horsctaniionship-A"ion Strings, Grass: BntiI,. Bre'stor: Kn"ck dl.' and mit-Oid oim' Cole, Kathyw Morgan: Chief Diatbl,I Ia Murkinson. UF Team Places 7th AUSTIN TILTON of San Mateo, Danny Cowart of Center Hill, and Wayne Wade of Webster, represented the University of Florida in the Eastern National Intercollegiate Meats Judging contest recently. The three-man team placed seventh. 104 The Florida Cattleman AT STUD TRUE STAR (P-59,566) $50 Stud Fee-Return Privilege CIRCLE M RANCH Phone FRanklin 2-8460 GAINESVILLE FLORIDA Stud Service-Fee $J00 Featuring King Rancher Peppy's Cutter Misty King 7C RANCH Phone Orando GArden 12,-, Johnson Island-Kissimmee, Florida BOOTS SADDLES WESTERN WEAR -HORSE TRAILERS IN STOCKBullard's Western Store LAKE CITY, FLORIDA CUSTOM MADE SADDLES I Duval Harness & Supply Co. SIG.SIG WEST ADAMS STREET J ACKSONVILLE 2. FLORIDA A H Thomas Phone ELgin 4-4817 Standing At Stud: GOOD CHAROLAIS BULL REG. QUARTER HORSE Also offering several Quarter Horses for sale. Francis E. Loomis WINTER GARDEN, FLORIDA ARABIAN STUD SEOULA (AHC 9550) Standing at stud, will sell. B. E. PURCELL CO. "Complete Western Department" Phone GArden 2-3261 301-321 W. Church St., Orlando, Fla. Anything for Horse & Rider Boot & Shoe Repairing, Saddle Repairs Custom Leather Goods, Hyer Boots. McLELLAND SHOE and SADDLE SHOP Western Outfitters 326 North Dixie Highway JU 2-9322 Lake Worth, Fla Orange Ave. at U.S. 1, FT. PIERCE Phone HO 1-5335

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'PERMACO' COBALT BULLETS Saddlery 0 Bits 0 Spurs Justin Boots 0 Acme Boots Cattle Chutes 0 Lariats Show Equipment 0 Penicillin Syringes 0 Dehorners e Drugs Hot Shot Prods Hats0 Pants EVERYTHING IN LIVESTOCK SUPPLIES Quality Merchandise, Largest Stock, Fast Service, Fair Prices GAINESVILLE STOCKMAN SUPPLY CO. Located at GAINESVILLE LIVE STOCK MARKET Route 3, Box 428 Phone FRanklin 2-8916 Gainesville, Florida Thoroughbreds At Stud SAMSON D-By Polynesian out of a *Sir Galahad III mare. COASTAL GOLD-By *Coastal Traffic out of an Isolator mare. LAZY H RANCH Box 269, Ph. RE 6-2515, Tampa, Fla. SHETLAND PONIES Registered and Grade Breeding Stock Stallions of any color H. L. CHERRY OCALA CHerry 5-3268 FLORIDA 10 ni. South of Ocala on U. S. 301 CHAMP COWBOY ...in a breeze over all others competing in RCA rodeos during 1959 is the title won by Gene Carter of Dundee, who scored more than 2000 points during the year. (lene Carter Is RICA Chiamnp GENE CARTER of Dundee is once again Florida's Champion Cowboy. Counting only the results at RCA rodeos, the new Florida Rodeo Association finds Carter with 2390 points (representing winnings of $2390.09 at Florida rodeos during 1959). to 878 points for his nearest cornpetitor. Champion cowgirl was Mrs. Shirley Reaves of Kissimmee, who topped the girl's cloverleaf race results, with 298 points to 205 to the runner-up, Mrs. Faye Blackstone of Parrish, who is also secretary of the Association. Winners, with points, by events, were as follows: Allround-Carter 2390, Ed Froelich 878, Fov Revnolds 756, Gary Hopkins 555; Cloverleaf barrel race-Shirley eaves 298, Cavye Blackstone 205. Helen Mills 150, Cheryl Madill 47; Saddle bronc riding-Babe Ashton 333, Carter 134, 1)on Baxter 126, Norman Stokes 72; Calf roping-Harold Mills 692, 1), 1). Faltin (18-, Reynolds 478, Albert Barthle 300: Bull riding-Carter 1200, Froelilich 602, Hopkins 1M, Mike Corley 73; Bulldogging-Norman Stokes 429, Reynolds 278, Jii Knowles 2:38, Glenn Murphy 149: Bar,-hack brone ridlng-Carter 1056, Corley :383, H-opkins 365, Froehlich 276 Rodeo-loimstead, Bradenton, Kissimmee (2), I'lliantown, Sarasota, Clearwater, Okeechobee, lfranford, Bonifay, L ake City. CHAMPIONSHIP SADDLES ...to be given to 1959 rodeo winners. for January, 1960 105 RUBBER SADDLE PADS Range tested e Cowboy accepted (Pat. applied for) One-inch FIRM pad $13.00 Three-quarter MEDIUM pad $10.00 Half-inch FIRM pad $9.00 Extra cover $4.50 Postpaid Herzberg's Range -tested Duplex Foam Rubber Saddle Pad lasts for years (we have 10 year record for many pads), is more comfortable for horse and rider, prevents sores, washable, cooler and keeps saddles from rolling. Dealers contact us for complete information. "Headquarters-Florida Cattlemen" P. 0. Box 142, Kissimmee, Florida .B Acme "Wellington" Boots from $14.95 JUSTIN LATIGO BOOTS BUCKSKIN WHIPS-SOUVENIRS MAKINSON HARDWARE Phone TI Iden 7-2100 "The Store with The Horse Out Front" KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA

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CLAUDE A. TINDALL and CHIP MORRIS present the M T RANCH First Annual World's Championship RCA -APPROVED Orange Bowl MIAMI Shows Starting at 8:00 p.m. FEB. 2526 Shows Starting at 2:00 p.m. FEB. 27-28 AND STARRING Gil Favor Trail Boss of TV Series RAWHIDE I N F O R M A T I O N Admission: General Admission, $2 for adults, $1 for children 12 and under; $3 for reserved seats; $4 and $5 for box seats. Prize Money: $2500 in five events: Steer Wrestling, Calf Roping, Bull Riding, Saddle Bronc Riding, Bareback Bronc Riding. Entry fee $20 per event. Entries close at 6:00 p.m. Tuesday, February 23, and entry fees must be paid by this deadline. For contestants: All contestants must wear western hat and long-sleeved shirt. Further Information and Reservations: Contact Rodeo Headquarters, 60 SE First Street, Miami, Florida. Sponsored by Fraternal Order Of Police Greciter Miami Area and Broward County TV Star to Boost Rodeo In Miami Results of other rodeos are reported THE NATIONALLY-KNOWN TV star of Rawhide-Gil Favor-will be starred in the Orange Bowl Rodeo scheduled F'ebruary 25-28 under sponsorship of the Southeast Florida chapters of the Fraternal Order of Police, with Chip Morris anrd Claude Tindall as producers. Meanwhile winners of the Brandon rodeo held November 28-29 (the November 27 performance was rained out) have been reported, with Pete Clemons clocking 14.4 in the rolping, and Harvey Brown winning the bulldogging with a time of 7.3 second. While many of' the acts slated] for the Orange Bowl event will also appear at the Silver Spurs Rodeo in Kissimmee the preceding weekend, Fehruary 19-21,' Favor will take part only in the Orange Bowl where the producers believe tho Favor name will help) fill a large number of the 80,000 available seats for the world's championship event, according to Sgt. Charles Renegar of the Miami Police Department's F. 0. P. Other special promotions are planned at Miami: four ponies will he given away on children's dJay, Saturday, February 27, to children who mail a postcard in advance naming a hocking horse: all contestants will be required to wear western hats and long-sleeved shirts to add tot the color of' the event; Duane Stephens, and Billy Keen will clown and bull-fight, and Keen will have his new comedy car act; Jerry Olson will have a three-horse Roman act, including a threehorse jump into a moving truck!: and a trained buffalo will he shown hy Larue Olson. $2500 in prize money is being offered in five events, with a $20 entry fee to he charged. Winners at Brandon, listed in order hy events, with winning times in plarentheses, were as follows: Calf roping-Pete Clemons (14.4 seconds), Ken Mceoid, Roibleri Ray Smith, Harol0d M~c-feodl; Bulldogging-Harvey Brown (7.3 seconds), Jake Hansel, Bobby Sapo, V. L. Underhill: Br,,nc riling First goronol: Clemons, Boltty), Howe. Joe Johns; Second gn-roUnd: Howe, Clenons, Johns; Average: Howe, Clemons. Johns; Bull tiling: taionil -u ti-l, Cut, rle D river-s, Don~ t,",d, Rotnie Wel-h: Clioverleaf I .e hrit -atce -First go-irtuit,: Wida SItalvev n13,1 Blie lcan Mccul eis, JudV Weeks, Saltv Fletcher: Average: Billie Jean c""ul lers, Auy Weeks, Donna ieige-s. THE 1959 Citrus County Fair grossed $2800, directors of the Fair Association and the Citrus County Cattlemen's Association have announced. 106 The Florida Cattleman Sell at Webster Every Tuesday! Sumter County Farmers Market Lamar Hall, Phone SYcamore 3-2021 Webster, Florida MISTY TOM NOW AT STUD REGISTERED QUARTER HORSES PRESTON WELLS Route 1, Box 68-B Phone TI 7-2505 Partin Settlement Rd. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA BREED TO BAHIA! Our registered Quarter Horse stud is a real working stallion, by Macanudo, out of Tortuga. $50 STUD FEE. TOM KIRBY IPhone JOrdan 2-M85, P.O. Box 1452 VERO BEACH, FLORIDA QUALITY COLTS for sal2 at all times TANBARK QUARTER HORSE Jun,3 L. (Peggy) Havens Phone: HOpkins 3-2152 TRENTON FLORIDA Located four rmles south on Highway 339 Standing At Stud JUNE SUN REGISTERED TENNESSEE WALKING HORSE Gainer's Stable Rt. 4, Box 299 Phone MA 9-2733 OCALA, FLORIDA REGISTERED QUARTER HORSES ROPING, CUTTING, SHOW & RACING PROSPECTS The home of Davidson's Steve Jones P-25,019 and Brown Jug Triae 2862. No outside mares, please. T BAR RANCH J. C. Trice, Owner Rou'e 1. Box 14P. Phone TW 2-6912 ST. CLOUD, FLORIDA

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Ponce de Leon Opens for Q11 Racing Meet SOME BAD weather breaks have hurt Ponce de Leon Raceway's first two weekends, but attendance is steadily improving, and so is per capita betting, with Quarter Horse races drawing equally with the Harness races at the pari mutuels, reports Manager Charley Russo. Racing program during January will include two Quarter Horse stake races. Racing is conducted each Friday, Saturday and Monday, beginning at 8:00 p.m. Winning Quarter Horses through December 14, with name of owner and with distances and times, are as follows: DOcember 4-Kokono s Gypsy, W. 1). Dunnam, 440 yards, 25.4 seconds; Dream Along, C. L. Gottula, 550, 30.2; Pal's Bst, Jesse Powell 550, 31.6; December 5-Gay Girl, C. L. Brown, 440, 24.7; Misty B's Girl. A. L. Bultis, 440, 24.5; Jocko of Live Oak. BUllis, 440, 24.6; D~ecemnblr 7-Lonesome Bob, I). C. Convr, 550, 30.7; Jericho Cat, W. C. Littlefield, 440, 25.3: Fool You. M. C. Strickland, 440, 24.9; Dlcniber 11-Misty j11m, C. A. Pruvatt, 350, 19.6; Copper Jane, JessPowell, 51)., 80.;); Miss Array, Raymon Tucker, 660, 36.4; 1)_c~mber 12Rcdway Nip, B. E. Meadows, 350, 19.1; Overcome, Powell, 55(0, 30.7: Lonesome Bob, Comer, 5:0, 37.2; D2cember 14-Overcome, Powell, 55(1, 30.3; Jericho Cat, Powell, 440, 24.9; Laica Sa, George Beach, 350, 19.1. Use Higher Analyses, Cut Fertilizer Cost FIGURATIVELY SPEAKING, Florida farmers can get every seventh ton of fertilizer free just by buying a 9-9-9, instead of a 6-6-6 fertilizer, when both are made from identical materials. This is the assertion of Dr. D. 0. Spinks, associate professor of soils at the University of Florida. who points out that the cost of mixing, bagging, transporting and spreading a ton of fertilizer is the same regardless of the units of plant food it contains. "If these costs can be divided over a larger number of units," he said, "a saving is made." QUARTER MARES ...and colts are scarce in Florida, due to heavy demand for registered horses. for January, 1960 107 Look for this label your assurance of the finest in westerns Made in America hy American Craftsman, stciely NEW .ands WAS 'N WEAR Style "Cage" Luxurious Cotton and Cupioni western shirt with the silken look! Novelty self pattern with harmonizing embroiderystitched front and back yokes. Choice of colors. Men's and ladies about $7.95. -0 See these H-Bar-C Dealers: Draper's Western Store, Sarasota The Quality Shop. St. Petersburg McLelland Shoe & Saddle Shop, Lake Worth Ranchland. Fort Pierce Persons, Inc., Kissimmee Shore's Men's Wear, Kissimmee Sunshine Dept. Store, Tampa 0 I It s U0p The above steel framed building 60' x 96' may be yours for approximately $1.20 per sq. ft. Many other types and sizes available. WINTER HAVEN, FLA. CY 3-4185 Write for Free Literature or Call (Collect) J. B. SCOTT at VILLA LUMBER, INC. CY 3-4185 WINTER HAVEN, FLA.

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JANUARY QH SHOWS Fourth Annual Fla. OH Rideeo Ocala, January 16-17 Second Annual Polk County QH Show, Lakeland, Jan. 23 Manatee County Fair & OH Show, Palmetto, Jan. 29-30 L 0RI D A QUARTER HORSE ASSOCIATION Livestock Exchange Bldg, Kissimmee, Fla. MISTY JOE AT STUD Horses and colts for sale HARDEN BROTHERS FARM G. Spencer Harden, Phone FA 2-2819 George C. Harden, Jr. FA 2-3568 Sanford Box 409 Florida REGISTERED QUARTER HORSES A few registered Quarter Horse Colts for sale. Tops in Breeding, Conformation and Type. Fred and Nell Austin Route 1, Box 123 KISSIMMEE FLORIDA QUARTER HORSES FEATURING INGERSOLL'S WHISKERS at stud. $50 stud fee with a live colt guarantee. MATLACHA PLANTATION Phone WYandotte 5-2253 FORT MYERS, FLORIDA Standing to approved mares DELL MONSIEUR (State Dist. for Circle M Trailers) SHOE STRING RANCH Drew Massee, Owner Ph: WOodlawn 7-3429, Box 298, POLK CITY, FLA Ranch located 5 miles north on Highway 33 For Registered BRAHMANS and QUARTER HORSES see HAW CREEK RANCH Raymon Tucker, Owner Phone IDlewood 7-3562 BUNNELL, FLORIDA + Advertise! REGISTERED QUARTER HORSES Now accepting bookings for 1960 to King Bailey AQHA P 3043. A. G. LEWIS Phone FRanklin 6-2526 Rt. 1, Box 37C, Gainesville, Fla. Also: Pregnancy Testing Service! Q Horses to Have Three Shows During January FLORIDA'S HORSE lovers will have three good chances to see the Southeast's best Quarter Horses in the show ring and in action during January, reports Drew Massee of Polk City, president of the Florida Quarter Horse Association which has endorsed all three events. Here's the schedule: At Ocala, on Saturday, January 16, and Sunday, January 17, the Fourth Annual Florida Quarter Horse Rideeo will be scheduled. This ties in with the Ocala Bull Sale, slated for January 19, and with the Southeastern Fat Stock Show which gets underway the following day. The event will be held at the Southeastern Livestock Pavilion, and in its rodeo arena. At Lakeland, on Saturday, January 23, the Second Annual Polk County Quarter Horse Show will be held in Bryant Stadium. At Palmetto, on Friday and Saturday, January 29 and 30, the Manatee County Fair will hold its first Quarter Horse show, jointly sponsored by the Fair officials and by the Association. Local chairman at Ocala is Louis Gilbreath, who will work in close cooperation with Massee. At Lakeland, Massee will handle the Association's end of the show, and at Palmetto Bill Lester of St. Pete will be the Association's chairman, working with Fair Manager W. H. Kendrick, Manatee county agent. Schedule of events for all three shows will be similar: First the halter show will be hek with four classes for mares, four class, for stallions, one for geldings and on for produce of dam, except at Palmen where the gelding and produce of dar classes will be omitted. Two performance shows will follow, at each location, with the following schedule: Grand entry (everyone on horsebas admitted free); Parade of Halter Shk Champions (all champions must b shown at each performance class); R. istered Reining Contest ($10 entry lh $25 added); Open Cloverleaf Barrel Ra ($10 entry fee, $25 added), First go round Open Cutting ($15 entry fee, Sy added, for both go-rounds); Novice Cm ting ($5 entry fee); Registered Cuttin: ($5 entry fee); Second go-round 0pE Cutting. Judges at the three shows have not y been announced by President Masse but the schedule at each will be as It lows: Ocala-Halter show begins at 10 am Saturday, January 16; Performan shows begin at 2 p.m. Saturday, Janua 16, and Sunday, January 17. Lakeland-Halter show begins at 9ax Saturday, January 23; Performanw shows begin at 2 p.m. and at 8 p.m., th same day. Palmetto-Halter show begins at 1 a.m., Friday, January 29; Performanm shows begin at 2 p.m. daily on Frida and Saturday, January 29 and 30. C /o ---Ci Colt PokesI Well! It took that dang Air Force just three seconds to undo what it took us three days to do! 108 The Florida Cattletal' The Florida Cattlemal 108

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0 / -I .1* e 8 II DAILY DOUBLE AND QUINIELAS PONCE DE LEON RACEWAY RACING EVERY FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY NIGHT DECEMBER 4-JANUARY 31 ea NMI:g. THREE QUARTER HORSE RACES NIGHTLY. SIX HARNESS RACES NIGHTLY. FOUR QUARTER HORSE STAKE RACES. 870, 770, 660, 550, 440 & 330 YARD QUARTER HORSE RACES. on Pence 6eauti4ul hal f-nile mal track For Information, Telephone Mandarin AMherst 8-2441 0 Mail Address: Bayard, Florida

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News About Florida D. P. Morgan of Mayo prefers stanchion dairy barn the dairy feed WINNER It is recognized that to maintain a profitable dairy herd, the factors must be considered: (1) Steady High Production (2) Long Productive Life (3) Regular Calving. Feeding records show Bingo Dairy Feed to increase feed efficiency and stimulate greater milk production. Bingo is made of the finest milk producing ingredients and fortified with vitamins and minerals. Experienced dairymen report excellent results from the feeding of Bingo with milk production being stepped up, the lactation period prolonged, and the general all 'round health of the cows maintained-include Bingo in your year 'round feed program. BINGO-an Economy Feed and milk producing winner. BETTER FEEDS FOR FLORIDA'S BETTER ~ B OrwC BREEDS OF LIVESTOCK *Ai N:A1FED O Miamian Elected President of Dutch Belted Cattle Ass' n JOHN G. DuPuis, Jr., of Miami was elected president of the Dutch Belted Cattle Association of America at the group's annual meeting held in Miami on November 10. Breeders from throughout the country were present for the session which included a visit to the world's largest herd of Dutch Belted cattle, the Roselawn Farms herd, established by DuPuis' father, Dr. J. G. DuPuis, and carried on today by the younger DuPuis. Headquarters for the association is also located in Miami, with James H. Hendrie, DuPuis' stepson and Roselawn's manager, as secretary-treasurer. A DuPuis cow holds one of the finest milk production records made by any cow of any breed: Gem of Columbia (as a 12-year-old) completed an ARO official test of 17,268.2 pounds of milk, 633.863 pounds butterfat. Standard of perfection for the breed calls for the following standards, with points for each shown in parentheses: Body color black, with a clearly defined continuous white belt, the belt to be of medium width, beginning behind the shoulder and extending nearly to the hips (4). Head comparatively long and somewhat dishing; broad between the eyes, with a prominent poll, fine muzzle, dark tongue (6). Black eyes, full and mild, with horse long compared with their diameter (4). Fine and moderately thin neck, har. monizing in symmetry with head and shoulders (6). Fine shoulders at the top, becoming deep and broad as they extend backward and downward with a low chest (4). Barrel large and deep with well. developed abdomen, and ribs well-round. ed and free from fat (10). Broad hips and chine, level with full loin (10). High, long and broad rump (6). Long and deep hindquarters, rear line incurving, with long, slim tail tapering to a full switch (8). Short, clean legs, standing well apart (3). Large well-developed udder, both front and rear. Teats of convenient size and wide apart, with large, long and crooked mammary veins, entering large orifices (20). Escutcheon (2). Fine and soft hair, with skin of moderate thickness of a rich dark or yellow color (3). Quiet disposition with freedom frost excessive fat (4). General condition and apparent constitution (6). October Milk Production OCTOBER MILK production in Florida showed an increase over the total reported for September. The total for October was 10,141,161 gallons, 648,459 gallons more than the 9,493,702 gallons reported for September, according to reports from the three milk commission areas and the Southeast Florida federal marketing order area. September also showed an increase over August. Milk production records for the month of October State Prod. BF Area Class I Class II Class III Total Gal. Percent Tampa Bay 2,600,814 110,767 0 2,711,581 2,652,204 3.96 Northeast Fla. 1,666.063 178,903 5,9(X) 1,850,866 1,756,504 4.30 Central Fla. 1,360,828 62,935 0 1,423,763 1,400,644 4.15 Southeast Fla. 3,887,189 267,762 4,154,951 4,154,951 4.00 TOTAL 9,514,894 620,367 5,900 10,141,161 9,964,303 *Class II under the federal order includes all milk not Class I. Blend Price .6012 .6082 .6142 .5889 ClassI Percent 95!2 t5. 93.8 The Florida Cattleman 110

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N tNewsletter for Florida Dairy Farmers Official Views of the Florida Dairy Farmers Federation E R P. 0. Box 3057, University Station, Gainesville, Florida We are glad for the opportunity to write the newsletter this month and give you a report on the formation and operation of the West Coast Milk Producers' Association in Tampa. A group of producers began forming the association late in 1947 and the association was chartered in May 1948. The first board of directors was elected in May 1948 and began to set up shop for a working organization immediately. They interviewed several men for the managers job and it was my good fortune to have been chosen. The organization was originally formed with several objectives in mind, but circumstances in a growing market caused us to expand into fields of endeavor that we never dreamed of in the days of formation. These objectives were: (1). Realizing the necessity of producing and delivering quality milk to the distributor-the board of directors felt that a job could be done in the field of sanitation education with the producers in the association. (2) Liaison work between the producer and distributor on "touchy" matters such as butterfat, weights, and transferring of surplus milk, and so forth. In the earlier days, the West Coast Association affiliated with the Florida Dairy Association for a period of only two years. Later we were instrumental in trying to make the Florida Milk Producers Association work as a statewide producers' association. As of the writing of this letter we are a small part of the Florida Dairy Farmers' Federation which your writer feels is one of the best steps we have ever made as far as state organizations are concerned. I personally feel that our organization is a progressive group. The association purchased butterfat testing equipment which is handled by Miss Violet Bartolotti, who has proven to be a most capable secretary and office manager in her ten years of employment with us. We are the proud owners of a nice piece of property on which our office building is located, a steam cleaning unit and five farm pickup milk tank trucks with a capacity of over 15,000 gallons. The steam cleaning unit has been helpful to the farmer when health officials have ordered clean-ups, which you are all familiar with. We began our truck operation in 1954, feeling that two trucks would be as many as we would ever need. Just recently, within the past six months, we purchased our fifth truck and as of today we have a producer on the waiting list with hopes of finding room for his milk with the present equipment. (I'll find a way!) Our organization is run by: President D. W. Webb; First Vice President H. L. Magnon; Second Vice President Eugene Bartolotti; Secretary-Treasurer Truman J. Smith; Other board members are Ed Eckart, D. W. Lester, Sam Romano, Nelson Spot, all of Tampa, and Clyde Osborn of Plant City, and Ralph Holbrook of Lakeland. Heartiest greetings for a Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year from all of us to all of you. Prue D. Shirley Manager, West Coast Milk Producers' Association THESE LOCAL ASSOCIATIONS ARE MEMBERS OF THE FLORIDA DAIRY FARMERS FEDERATION Alachua County Breeders Ass'n Independent Dairy Farmers Ass'n Northwest Florida Milk Producers Ass'n Gainesville Fort Lauderdale DeFuniak Springs Central Florida Milk Producers Ass'n Northeast Florida Milk Producers Ass'n West Coast Milk Producers Ass'n Orlando Jacksonville Tampa fOr January, 1960 ill

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4pecia/4y co'mpo'unded in 1pi4ff Pillsbury's Best Pe lets Available with 32%, 24% and 16% Protein The proper feed, in easy-to-handle range pellets or in mixed feeds, will make the difference between profit and loss-Put your operation in the BLUE with PILLSBURY'S BEST. Salt-Supplement Mixes Calf and Steer Feeds Dairy Feeds and Supplements Range and Dairy Minerals Two Complete Mills In Florida Phone GA 3-6188, 2-7159 0 Box 1563 WEST AMELIA & HAMES ORLANDO Phone 2-3826 P.O. Box 1523 110 SOUTH 11TH STREET TAMPA FDFF Meets, Adopts New '60 Budget THE MAIN item of business was setting up a 1960 budget when Florida Dairy Farmers Federation directors met in Tampa November 24, and the final draft called for $6120. The directors, selected by local milk producer associations as representatives at Federation meetings, decided to do more work on the local level before hiring a permanent state executive secretary. They did vote, however, to give Federation officers some help on clerical work by opening an office and hiring a secretary-jointly with Central Florida Milk Producers Association. Directors also voted to finance some of the travel done by Federation officers. It was pointed out that officers have been spending their own money, as well as time, to handle Federation business. A different system was also worked out for Federation dues. Directors decided to set a flat figure for each association, based on previous payments. The meeting schedule for directors was changed from monthly to quarterly. In 1960 FDFF directors will meet the second Tuesday of January, April, July and October. These meetings will be two-day affairs, if necessary. Committes will meet at times designated by chairmen, between quarterly meetings. Dr. William F. Jackson, president of the Florida State Veterinarians Association, spoke to the group about the problem of too many veterinarians going out of large animal practice. He asked the dairymen for suggestions on how vets can better serve them, and told of a vet in California who uses a contract-andregular-visit system. He also aked if dairymen would be interested in receiving a monthly bulletin from the Veterinarian Association on general subjects. Directors indicated an interest in the bulletin and offered the use of their mailing list for the project. I. H. Owens, a member of the North(Continued on page 121) WALTER WELKENER ...showed this Jersey bull to the grand championship at Jacksonville. 112 The Florida Cattleman Good for a Lifetime CREOSOTED FENCE POSTS You save by buying creosoted posts that have been proven by tests to last for thirty years. How much longer they will last nobody knows. Here are the posts you need and for a price that will save you money. We also carry a complete line of creo. soted lumber and structural timbers. FLORIDA FENCE POST CO., I N C, WAUCHULA, FLORIDA PHONE: 3-4855, Plant and Sales Office or 3-3171, Main Office. Plant located at Ono, MANAGEMENT-Ranch & Grove You will like our supervision and mar agement services. Special considerati' to the absentee owner. Increase yov profits and avoid worries. Consultants, supervision, management, and com plete services for ranch, grove, farm, timber cH swilcd life lands. Accounting, Income Tax, Appraisals, Loans. Livestock buying, Brokers, Shippers. Specializing in Flarida, the South, and Lo America. Se habla Esp6nol. Write for details Florida Agricultural Service P. 0. Box 1429, Phone 3-4772, PLANT CITY, FU Registered GUERNSEYS Young Bulls For Sale Lay-Laine Guernsey Farm Carroll L. Ward, Owner GOLDENROD FLORIDA Phone M1 4-2267 or MI 4-3646 Through Barge Service Dry Bulk Commodities Mississippi Valley Area To Florida (Via Tampa) A. L. MECHLING Barge Lines, Inc. 51 North Desplaines St. JOLIET, ILLINOIS

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New Hearing Given to Distributors IS THE Florida Milk Commission within the law when it sets the price that distributors pay to dairy farmers but doesn't set a retail price? That and other questions which were decided in favor of the Commission in circuit court, and the decision later upheld by the Florida Supreme Court, can be reviewed again by the Supreme Court on January 13, the court has agreed in answer to a petition by the distributors in which they said they would go to the U. S. Supreme Court unless the Florida court granted a rehearing. Involved immediately is some $350,000 in money owed to producers by distributors for milk used in manufacturing while the commission's order was being appealed to the courts. Attorneys for four milk distributing companies-Borden, Sealtest, Foremost and G. A. Perrat of Jacksonville-are involved in the litigation. Distributors argued, according to press reports, that the earlier court order meant, in effect: That the milk commission has the power to make distributors take every drop of milk offered by their producers, including that for manufacturing milk products. although the distributors might neither need nor want the milk; and That distributors would have to pay prices set by the commission, and these prices are higher in some cases than the market value of the milk. This latter reference apparently refers to the milk "price wars" during 1959. Future ones presumably could be financed by producers should the distributors win the case. 4 States Dairy Farmers Meet PRESIDENTS AND directors of milk producer organizations in four states met in Tallahassee November 20, to discuss common problems. Representatives from Florida, Georgia, Alabama and South Carolina agreed to back a congressional bill asking that all military milk be sold as Class I, according to Elbert Cammack, president of Florida Dairy Farmers Federation. Another meeting is scheduled for these officers, as well as the milk commission administrators from each of the four states, at Montgomery, Alabama, in February. MORE THAN a third of all the money consumers spend annually, a total of around $100 billion, is spent for products derived from farms. for January, 1960 113 ALL NEW and Available NOW! rf em MinRaltonee (MINERAL) BLOCKS Net Weight 50 Lbs. FOR CATTLE AND SHEEP A NEW APPROACH TO MINERAL FEEDING See Your Local Feed Dealer or Write 0. W. MEYER LABORATORIES NAPOLEON, OHIO ,. DRIED BEET -dt 141fet I hrp wtio -m PULP? sure I I get it from the I. S. Jo Co. at $2.78 per cw DELIVERED! No cattle or dairyman s this better body building feed. New, low Rail Fr possible the $55.50 per to cars-sacked delivered 50 Let us arrange a "share t one of your neighbors. get the fact THEO. W. MARTIN AND 3166 Maple Drive N.E., At HARMAN AND HULSEY, P.O. Box 269, Tampa, Flor J. L. HANLEY (in South Fla 7520 Beach View Drive North Bay Island, Miami B or write 1. S. JOSEPH CO., INC. 11 DEPT. FC, MINEAPOLIS, MIN use it! seph t. hould be without milk producing eight rates make n price in 30 ton lb paper bags. he car" plan with s from SON (in N. Fla.) lanta 5, Ga. INC. (in C. Fla.) ida each, Florida 00 FLOUR EXCHANGE, N.

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Florida Jersey Cattle Club Will Present A Registered Jersey Heifer To the Outstanding Junior 4-H Club Member in Florida Presen#tation will be made at the 1960 State 4-H Dairy Showr, held at Central Florida Fair in Orlando, February 22nd See your County Agent about this project MILKING STOCK Calfhood vaccinated heifers, from heart of New York state purebred district, all breeds, Florida acclimated, stock on hand at all times. Phone MU 8-2918 or MU 6-8248 or write, LEO CHARNES 2711 Coventry Av., Lakeland, Fla. ABS PROGENY TESTED SIRES EVERY SIRES Semen available in 13 Beef and Dairy Breeds. write for Sire Directories AMERICAN BREEDERS SERVICE,325N. .Chic.9o10, Advertise! + LIIESTO(K NOTEBOOK by T. J. CUNHA Head, Department of Animal Husbandry and Nutrition Florida Agricultural Experiment Station North Florida Report NFES MIMEo Report 60-3 entitled "Relationship of Prices of Stocker Cattle, Feek Cattle and Fat Cattle," by F. S. Baker, Quincy, has just been issued and is ava able upon request. It contains some excellent tables showing the prices for finish cattle needed in order to recover the coet of the animals plus feed for feeder cat purchased at different prices, fed varying lengths of time and fed at different if costs. There are also tables giving the costs of stocker calves and yearlings witham mals of different weights and different purchase prices. A table is also given on relationship of carcass values to live weight values. This report is an excellent ce for anyone who is feeding steers. Graded Bull Sale at Ocala on January 19 THIS ALL-BREED bull sale is very highly recommended as a place to get some go bulls and also as an educational feature. The Ocala folks have gone all out to, some good bulls and to demonstrate the value of grading bulls so that the prodwc will have some idea of what he is purchasing. There are still too many poor quail so-called "Purebred" bulls being sold in Florida. A graded bull sale is one wayi eliminate the cull bulls being sold in the state. It is hoped that more of our Floni cattlemen will demand such sales as a means of improving the quality of bulls sieK Impressions of My Visit to Venezuela QUITE A few people have asked me about my month's visit to Venezuela duringG0 tober. Hence a few comments on it. Venezuela has a tremendous potential for60 livestock industry in the future. However, it has many problems to be solved. Thi need a great deal of research which is just in its beginning stages. Many of tm! problems are very similar to ours but our results may or may not apply there ar: thus they need their own research stations and programs. Their native cattle are very similar to ours. As yet only a very few ranch have improved practices or pastures. Almost all their cattle are being run in dsame manner as Florida cattle were run 20 or 30 years ago and they look like o cattle did then. Their calf crop is only about 25 percent. No feeding is being do! and cattle are being marketed at four to five years of age or older directly from pm ture. These poor quality cattle were selling for about 30 cents per pound live weii These high prices have caused many cattlemen to sell their heifers for meat inste of keeping them as replacements. As a result beef cattle numbers have been decree ing in Venezuela. The swine industry also needs a great deal of improvement and there a only a very few places where good practices or breeding are being used. Their ho were selling for 42 cents per pound live weight! These prices show the strong demand for pork and beef in Venezuela. Sti meat consumption is very low in Venezuela and many of the lower income peo will eat meat only once every one or two weeks. All classes of livestock and poulk shipped into Venezuela from other countries decrease in productivity. Venezuela needs much research on feeding, breeding, management, diseaseSar parasite control and all other production practices which are needed for a g livestock program with all classes of livestock. They also need to develop: (1) feed industry which is well regulated and which produces quality feeds, (2) adequate meat packing industry to process livestock and their by-products and pr duce quality meat products, and (3) good marketing procedures to insure the Po ducer a fair price and the consumer a quality product that is fresh and palatag Their feed industry has a good start but needs much regulation. The meat packt industry and marketing procedures are just in their beginning stages and need great deal of improvement. Florida has been selling a great deal of cattle and hogs in Venezuela. Howe( I heard considerable criticism concerning some poor quality commercial cattle wbh have been sold to Venezuela from Florida. If Florida wants to continue as a go source of livestock for Venezuela, it should be stressed that only quality ani5 be sent in. Show fitted cattle have done very poorly in Venezuela since only a 0 breeders know how to take care of them or have the facilities for doing so. Thusi animals shipped in from Florida will have very little chance of doing well in VeW zuela. The Central University of Venezuela and the Ministry of Agriculture a both very interested in expanding livestock research programs and thus it is hoV that many of their livestock problems will be solved as time progresses. 114 The Florida Cattlem

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GRAND CHAMPION ...Jersey cow at the Jax Fair was shown by Walter Welkener of Jacksonville. Dairy Winners Named at Jax WALTER WELIKENER of Jacksonville made a clean sweep of championships in the Greater Jacksonville Fair Jersey competition in November, with Dinsmore Farms of Dinsmore and Lay Laine Farms of Goldenrod splitting the top Guernsey honors in the show. Welkener also won the premier breeder trophy, having the most animals in the show bred by him. Observer Sultan Basil Favor was grand champion Jersey bull, also senior champion, while Breedlove's Domino Dorothy was senior champion and grand champion Jersey cow. Reserve bull (also junior champion) was Design Dreamer Beaumont, while Observer Sulton Bernadette was reserve and junior champion female. Lay Laine Virginia's Anthony was grand champion Guernsey bull, and Dinsmore Jury Linnie won grand champion cow. Both were also senior champions. Lay Laine Laddie's Philosopher was reserve bull, and another Lay Laine entry, Bubbling Springs Sunshine Burk, was junior champion bull. Lay Laine Virginian Cupie was junior champion female. CHAMPION GUERNSEY ...bull at the Jax Fair was shown by Carroll L. Ward, Jr., of Goldenrod. DINSMORE DAIRY ...showed this Guernsey cow to the grand championship at the Jax Fair. for January, 1960 115 QUIZ on Livestock Gates Check the features you need-Green Gates has all. D Light weight-do not sag posts (12'-60 lbs.) F1 Strong welded 11 OD Steel tubing and fence wire-I" diagonal rod brace n Adjustable hinges-ease in installation E] Rust resisting green finish-guaranteed non toxic to animals 7 Extra heavy 4" hinge hanger bolts 7 Prices you can't duplicate-Highest value for dollar spent 7 Quick service-these sizes shipped from stock-others available upon request. THE PRICES ARE RIGHT Price List Effective June 1, 1959 Length Height Weight Pr'ce 10' 4'3" 50 Ibs. $15.40 12' 4'3" 60 lbs. 17.25 14' 4'3" 70 lbs. 18,60 16' 4'3" 80 lbs. 19.95 FOB LEESBURG-Other lengths available Try one and you will try more. G REEN ATES You Gain by Direct Sales We sell direct, passing the dealer's percentage on to you, the user. Simply select the size gates you require and send remittance. There is a discount of 5% aff these prices on orders for 10 or more gates at a tme PHONE STate 7-4165 Silver Lake Estates, Ltd. RT. 2, BOX 123, LEESBURG, FLA. + Advertise Consistently! + Jersey Bull Calves For Sale From our Excellent Canadian Superior Sire, Jester Design Keeper. B. W. Judge & Son Jersey Farm Rt. 5, Box 283 Orlando, Fla. Ph. GA 3-3573 HOLSTEINS JERSEYS BROWN SWISS GUERNSEYS Bred Heifers For Sale CHRISTMAS ACRES Shadel, McKibben & Hall, Inc. Farm Located at Christmas, Florida ADDRESS: V. G. McKibben, 331 Cherokee Drive, Orlando, Phone GArden 4-2682. Leave Cows in Hand-milked Condition with Conde "400" Milking Equipment See: Farmers' Cooperative Exchange Pinecastle, Florida Phone GA 4-7300

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TOP CASH PRICE FOR YOUR PROPERTY Many property owners have found the J. L. Todd Auction Co. way THE WAY to realize more when they decided to sell. You benefit from complete, specialized services of experts. 't is our business to reach men w lling and able to buy cattle, land, timber, machinery, etc. We know how to subdivide and offer your property so it will have maximum appeal to multiple buyers. Perhaps you have capital tied up in assets you can't look after. Maybe you've earned the right to retire or have an opportunity to launch a new endeavor with a greater future and need to raise capital. In any case, it will pay you to talk with a J. L. Todd Auction Co. representative. WRITE NOW FOR FULL DETAILS AND AN APPRAISAL (Positively no Obligation) J. L. Todd Auction Co., Phone 7-5548 1005-16th Street, North St. Petersburg, Plorido Gentlemen: lIam interested in the auction method of selling and want full details. Name Address__ City, State. No. Acres -Location Brief Description LIVESTOCK SUPPLIES SEND FOR CATALOG 589F NECK CHAINS and TAGS 1/8 inch Thick, 3 inches Tall HEAVY BRASS TAGS 40-inch Twist Link Coil Chain Key Ring Fastener 95c Per Set In Lots of 25 Under 10 sets-$ i 10 to 25 sets-$i .00 F R E E .-THIS $1.00 KEY RING PL IER With Each Order of 25 Sets Breeders Supply & Equipment Co. P. O. BOX 1360 LEXINGTON, KY. INSURED LICENSED RAT CONTROL SERVICE Dairy Farms, Ranches, Warehouses Homestead to Indiantown McFADDEN PEST CONTROL P. 0. Box 1500 Phone PLaza 1-5993 NORTH MIAMI, FLORIDA Transplanted Cowgirl, Still Liking Cors, Is Mrs. Cecil Tucker Wife of Sentinole Agemi by ETHEL HALES STANCIL A DYNAMIC little woman is Mrs. Margaret (Cecil A.) Tucker of Sanford. A country cowgirl from Orange County, transplanted to the city, she is never happier than on Papa Tucker's ranch weekends with the family: husband Cecil, Seminole County agricultural agent; sixyear-old daughter Miriam, a first grader; and the twins, four-year-old Cecil Argyle, III, and John Adams. The twins are called Cecil A. and John A. to distinguish them from their dad and grandparents. The senior Tucker's ranch is located between Deer Park and Christmas (in Florida, of course!) and it is here where Margaret and her family keep their cattle. Not many head but they are proud of what they have. The herd had its beginning back in Margaret and Cecil's courting days when Cecil gave her the pick of his Brahman-Angus cattle. They still have some of that same stock. Any bulls born go to Cecil's father for pasture rent; heifers grow up to become brood cows or are sold. It is interesting that Mrs. Tucker was a twin herself (with sister Miriam. Mrs. Robert Campbell, who lives in New York with her husband who is in service). SL has always been close to Miriam though they are as different as two sisters can be Miriam has always been the perfect lad who likes feminine activities. Margare on the other hand was the mischievm tomboy growing up, her Dad's right had cowhand-and even today can think c nothing she'd rather do than ride a horse drive and rope cattle. Mrs. Tucker ha, one other sister, Sally, Mrs. Harry Whyer of New Orleans. "When we children were especially: trying to Mom growing up," Mrs. Tucker recalls, "she used to lament 'I hope you have twins-then you'll know ..." And Mrs. Tucker did-and she does know, though she says she wouldn't mind having another set .sometime! Cecil A. and John A. are not identical and like their mother and Aunt Miria are very different. Mrs. Tucker is trying to separate the boys more this year, is glad that in kindergarten they are in different classes. She does not insist upon their dressing alike, wanting them to be individuals, not too dependent upon one another. John A. likes to ride the range in the jeep, when they are at Grandpop Tuckers, while Cecil A. (like For the KowbeIles MY KNITTED sweater is finished. Its sized over-comfortable, but snuggy warm I've begun one for Ralph in gray worsted-probably be next winter finishing it but I like to have knitting going for pick-up work. Handy, when I ride the pastures with Ralph, wait for the children at a day-time meeting. MANYA, FRIEND of Renn, is a favorite of mine. Younger than Renn, she's most refreshing. A city-suburbanite, she loves the farm, vows; "When I marry I want to live on a 300 acre farm, have a dozen cats and half as many horses. I hope my husband will be smart enough for us to have and operate such a place. Of course, I'll help." Even Manya sees the work here but is fascinated by it. I VISITED our state women's prison with other wives of Florida cattlemen attend, ing the convention at Silver Springs in late October. One of the most startling things to me was the extreme youth'of many of the inmates. 11-year-old girls committed for murder (the primary cause of convictions). Forgery ranks next to murder. I did not realize that the state allows babies born at the institution to rC main there until one and a half years old. A nursery housed seven such children ranging from about two months to the maximum age. Mothers are allowed to see their babies once a week. Poor children-shut up in prison as their mothers I wonder if they see the outside, the sunshine, except from their windows. Why should the state keep such children? Why are they not placed in orphanages Or offered for adoption? SURELY YOU know that table salt dissolved in hot water makes a wonderful inexpensive gargle for a sore throat! I was surprised to find the mother of three not knowing that. Salt is also a wonderful dentrifice. Mv father never used anything else. Used occasionally it tends to toughen gums. 116 I~e lorda Cttlel-' 116 The Florida Cattlemnan

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his Aunt Miriam) would just as soon stay with an auntMrs. Tucker's husband, growing uii), was known as Sonny. How he hated the nickname! He vowed that he would never marry anyone who knew he had ever been called Sonny. But of course he and his wife grew up near one another, attended college together and ..(which goes to prove that if you say you won't do something, better prepare to!) Mrs. Tucker did have quite a struggle eliminating the Sonny but eventually mastered the new name of Cecil. In college, Mrs. Tucker laughs, "while majoring in animal husbandry I was minoring in plain busbandry!" Mrs. Tucker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Albritton, live in Orlando, where her dad is associated with the Mid-Florida Livestock Market. The Albrittons have an apartment there. Her father, who has worked with cattle all of his life and loves livestock as much as his daughter, Margaret, labels this "the only place I know where I can work with cattle and my wife can live uptown." Reminiscing about her dad, Mrs. Tucker remarks; "He once told me I was worth my weight in gold. Guess he wouldn't say that now. I've gotten too heavy ." No ...she definitely isn't fat, though she joined a "Trimmette" class in an effort to take a little from her waist, hips and abdomen measurements. She enjoys the classes: "They give me relaxation and exercise in a different way. Of course I probably could lose just as many pounds mowing the lawn-but that would be taking Cecil's job away from him. I wouldn't mind that so much except that mowing the grass keeps him home that much more." Busy man, he has too little time to be with his family. Mrs. Tucker grins: "That is one reason why I attend all the Farm Bureau and Florida Cattlemen's meetings so that I can he with Cecil. You see, I like to be with him." Who cares for the children when Mom and Pop are at meetings or conventions? The girl usually is with friends in town, where she can continue her public school classes. The twins are with relativestwo relatives, since it is hard for one to keep both! The Tuckers have a boat which is a family delight. Last winter they spent one night on the St. John s River in it. Eartag Plan Adopted In 42 States THE UNIFORM eartag number plan initiated back in 1955 has now been adopted in 42 states for use in cooperative federalstate animal disease eradication programs. Also, the Dairy Herd Improvement Association and the National Association of Artificial Breeders are using the plan on member herds in all 50 states. The uniform eartag system is said to eliminate the confusion formerly caused by hifferetit types of identifying markers prohrd, improvement or disease control rogramsfor January, 1960 117 cattleman's cutter Big, brawny Lilliston 7-Six clean-cuts seven-and-a-half feet at a time You know what that neians -fresh new growth and better grazing. But there's moreThe 7-Six is an all-around rotary cutter -it shreds stalks, tops crops, chops pruning, clears land, too. All for the lowest cost per cuffing foot in the rotary cutter field. Write us -we'll see that you LILLIST O IMPLEMENT COMPANY get a demonstration on your farm. Albanyanorgia .Wacoxaq Liver Flukes Destroyed By Efficient, Safe Drench A N efficient drenching treatment to control the common liver fluke is proving valuable in the cattle and sheep industry. The efficient preparation is easily administered and is non-toxic to animals. This simplified method of drenching with a single (lose of the medicant offers protection against a destructive parasite that causes considerable annual losses. Often from 2 to 5%4 of the total possible weight of an animal is lost because of digestive and other disturbances caused by liver flukes. This frequently means 25 cents per hundred weight loss to the rancher whose cattle or sheep are infested with liver flukes. Results of a study made by a prominent parasitologist based on egg count tests indicate that a significant measure of control can be exerted upon the liver flukes of cattle through systematic treatment with a suspension of hexachloroethane (THex-Ane). The study revealed that of 209 infested animals treated with HexAne, 191 were free from liver fluke eggs when examined two to three weeks later. Ten animals were repeatedly examined from five to 20 weeks after treatment and only one showed an infection of four eggs per grain of feces. This one case occurred after five months on infested pasture. Post mortem examinations were made on five animals infected with liver flukes at the time of treatment with llex-Ane. Four of them were negative when examined shortly after treatment; the fifth was found to harbor a few liver flukes when examined four months later. At least two Hex-Ane treatments yearly should be given to keep heird fertility and stanina at protit-making levels. This assures control of the parasite and improves the quality and gain of livestock. Although most worm remedies are more or less toxic to sone animals, the results of this treatment indicates that IHe-x-Ane, a suspension of hexachloroethane, based on the work and recommendation of a prominent parasitologist, is satisfactory from both the efficiency and the safety\ re Uirmeneuts of a wiorm remedy. The manufacturer of Dr. Rogers' HexAne is one of the foremost researchers and] manufacturers of animal heliit It products. It is the Texas Phrnotliiazine Company, whose products are list ributed in this area by Cairo Livestock Supplies, Box 334, Calro, Georgia-ADV.

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LET CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING SELL FOR YOU Rates 15( per word, minimum charge $3.00. Classified display $7.00 column inch. Deadline 5th of month. In circulation about 25th of month. Send copy and remitt. once to: THE FLORIDA CATTLEMAN, BOX 891, KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA D')GS ENGLflSH,SHEPHERDSMWRDERJ C( )IES-1 1 Amer cas nv;t useful !ogs. 'uppics aii g s. 130 th sexes. choice colors. FaithfUl Workerg. ;tifact:on guaranteed. We breed and sell our own siock. FIREE rabies vaccination. Training instruetions. FAIRMOUNT FARMS, Cedar Falls, lwa. 11i2 12601) REAL ESTATE FOR FLORIDA Ranches, Groves or Homes, contact .H. Holhn., tealtor, la.ke Wales, ta. FOR FLORIDA RANCHES, groves, lakefront, Contact Mdyrtl Skipper, Realtor, US No. 27, s ,uth. Sebring, Florida. 2>9t LOOKING FOR A RANCH? -For the best, ask Bill Thach, Southern Colorado Land & Livestock Company, Bank 3d1g., Walsenurg, ColoradoLewis Ambler Realtory RANCH LANDS ACREAGE Phone WAlnut 8-1281 Arcadia, Fla. HAY AL'ALFA-CLOVER-other grades hay. Art Cal !ari IHav, Upper Sandusky, Ohio. If 'ER UTILIZED PANGOLA HAY-$25 a ton at b >arn. Sung Farm, Rt. 1. Box 80, Gainesville, Florida 1259p POSTED SIGNSPrinted Promptly. Contact The Cattleman Press, P.O. Box 891, Kissimmee, FLa. FOR SALE One of the best cattle farms in South Georgia, 402 acres. 150 acres in pasture, balanced cleared and in row crop. Two tractors with all necessary equipment for operating a farm in any capacity. Three ponds, two 6" deep wells, two tenant houses, barns and sheds of all kinds in good condition. One new Ranch Type Home with three bed rooms, 2-1 :2 baths, central heat and Air Conditioned with hard wood floors. Located 4-1/2 miles South of Thomasville, Ga. just off Highway No. 19. PO Box 774, Thomasville, Ga. RANCH EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES 4 11.1'. GARDEN ROTARY TIIOLR-atn I -l'lt .l3oth 5119.00. -Special this IoI ite universal Mfg., : 24 West Tenth, I-i iitpili5 2, Indiana,. I2s~ GREENGATES, LIVESTOCK GATES tubing, woven wire, light weight, tougl tractive, ten foot $15.40-other lengths. 1ii: Lake Estates, Route 2, Leesurg, Florida. FENCE BUILDER Ranch Fence, Corral, Pole Barns ar Feed Lot Construction. Build to er your specifications. Go any where USA. Write or phone. A. D. JONES Phone UL 3-2521, Nevada, Texas HEAVY 4PT. BARBED WIRE, PERMACC COBALT BULLETS, WHIRLWIND MINED, FEEDERS, COOPER'S COOPER -TO XTRA. Write for our low prices. W. D. LAMOTTE, TAMPA 1 P. 0. Box 2164-Ph. 61-4931 BARBED WIRE, FENCE GALVANIZED ROOFING LOWEST PRICES Turpentine & Rosin Factors, Inc. Phone EV 7-4685, 2051 N. Lane Avenue Jacksonville, Florida LIVESTOCK SIX EXCELLENT BRAHMA-Bull calves. R1 isierable. *2,200 each. Ray Hall, Box 7,5, 1. liston, Florida, 1 FOR SAlE.-Shetlandt Ponies-all colors and sie Palomiiimno, sorrell andl copper color staiinfew half sizes. Located three miles west of li Ier Beach on North Winter Beach Road. P JO 2-9458 Vero Beach or write Box 432. 1' ANGUS BUlLS-Importers, Exporters, Breedr of Scotch and Irish Aierdeen-Angus. Ierfor aece Attested bHls for sale with a(ivanced re&: records. Iequest folders, data sheets, preif WVe Plantation, QUeensboro Maryland. MISCELLANEOUS SOUVENIR PROGRAMS-available from first annual world series steer roping, Natoi final roping and girl's irlode association bare racing Championsip finals hetil in Clayton. IN Mexico Novembner 13-1.4. 48 pages of reitri" roping hislto ry, pictures of champions, rop: ru::ts, packed fuil of thrilling information a ictures. Don't fail to order this collectorsilu1 twIo copies for 1.o). Order from Claytoan-Um Chabnir of Commerce, Box 476, Clayton, N% Mexico. 0WANTED TRUCK CONNECTION--for hauling to Georgia an(C Florida fron UPi Sandusky Olii area. Art Callari Hay CmupO' 1251 EMPLOYMENT POSITION WANTED-11 years Florida ranches experience. B.S. Degree in animal husbandr, Age 23, married. Experienced with regular commercial herds. If interested write tO a" Robertson, 5164 N.E. 3rd Avenue, Fort Lad dale, Florida. Ii'NEED WORKERS? Hiard working farmers and ranchers (mid only) from Mexico's cool highlands w55t term:anent year around U. S. johs. Aliiw hree months for worker's arrival. For free inforn nation, write: S. 1. Corona, Office 17-H, Morelos 516, Guiadalajara, Mexico Veterinary Handbook For Cattlemen A brand new edition of this invaluable guide that is full of vital information you can depend on. Dr. J. W. Bailey knows the veterinary problems and emergencies farmers and herd owners face and knows how to write an easy-to-follow book about handling them. 400 pages, 100 illustrations, many new. PRICE $5.50 (add 3% sales tax for Florida orders). Order your copy today. The Cattleman Press DRAWER 891, KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA

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Index to Advertisers A A.13.t3.A. Adams Jci. I. Allo ih almrc s Acl meita Al ngus Am11 ricmi 1r,-eder, Service A Int. Charolai Awricln Shorthorn Ass n An redia H ou-.e A. di Markei Asih bour1M Rauch Askew, A. M. Atclantic Bull Sale Allantic Unidlerwrilers ALst il, Fred & Nell Avavalla PIllantalion B Bair, III. Roy Balaban. Leonard "ar Ie I ereford Kailer Meat Packers Ilvardsley Farm leaverdam Farms Betwood lereford Farm Bel mar F arms Itelle Gladet Bull Sale Billy HI Itancih Blount & Hylde Iloorn, Malcolm I radinar Angus Breeders Supply, Equ i) Brill, T. M .... Browvn, Gary .. Bullar l's Western Store Biurgner Molasses 761) .4! 118 1 W 114 87 11) 19 :32 79 30 20 108 82 1(8 76A 119 312 97A 76 .94 r2, 91 76 42 19 94 116 82 82 104 :11 C SCallaway Hereford Farrms 76 C andler, W illiam ...104 Cannoll Duroc 1(rm .Ill-I 1aoland Angus Farm 100 Caltlemn s L ivestock Mkt. 19 CattIeman I ress .118 Caw Caw Pn Iltation .27 ( 1 son, A. E., & Sons 76 centrall I la. Fair. .17 SIlntral IPacking Co. .119 ( hairs I cll, cn Son 49 C hampneys Ranch ._ 9 SCharnes Leo ..114 (trry, H. L. .105 Chiplev Livestock Mk. 19 Chiltly, H. L. .96 Choctaw Ranch ...100 ( hris11mas, Acr s ......115 Circle A Minch _. ...51 i rcle 1) anch .10:t ( irle M Itanch .104 Circle 0 Ilonch .48C Circle (1 lianch 95 Circle Z Ranch ..76A Cit rus Processors 2 Cock 0' Walk Ranch .5:3-72 Cockrill, F. AV .-72 Colemian-Evan, .73 commercial an .14 Conde Milking 15 Connil S ltock Farmc 74 Cook, t. C., & Solms 9,8 Cooper, R. .84 Cordiner, Ralph 89 Core, A. A 91 Corona. Salvador I18 Corrigan Ranch 76 Crane, Robert .100 Crock Farm ..76A Cros., Clarence 5(1 Cutlbr-llth, J. H. & C. T. ..A D DS anch .,, Davis, F, l, Davis, Milton Dlhvis, Mir. & Mrs. A. D. DI-ricso Angus Ranch Dirr GlIl SIal Mcats Dixie Hills Herecord Farms Dixie Polled Hc-refords Dnie Agri. Service Double 1 Ranch DrIdn, George dI A.,-& Soil.s Duval Harness E I znd MI Ranch Ill. Il. A. sastIrn lrlianigs 78 103 96 7 119 76A 76C -181 20 103 89 50 27C3 East. Charolais & Il Clair Itancl. Eli Lilly El Maxinco F Charbray. 80 .$16 .28 .87 Farna.n ....8. 7A Farquhar, Jim ....94 Ferongra Acres ...1 Fin-Crest Farms .., ...75 First National, Leesburg .14 First National, St. Pele ..83 First National. Tampa ...17 Fitzpatrick, Paul .96 Florida Angus ......92, 93 Florida Agr. Service ...112 Florida Assn Livestock Mkt. 19 Florida Cihem. Industries ..82 Fla. Favorite Fert. ....52 Florida IFeed Mills .34 Flori a Fence Post ...112 Florida-f eorgia Industries .23 Florida Hereford Ass'n .76A Florida State Fair .o ...25 Florida Jersey Cattle Club .114 Florida Power & Light _._. 74 Florida Quarter Hors( ..108 Florida Santa Gertrudis .41 Florida Seed & Feed .481) Florida Shorthorn Assn .I.l. M Flying IR Ranch ....49 Flying S Ranch ...29 Franklin Serum .9 Fulton, 11. W. .94 Fulton-Cole Seed 122 G Gadsden Livestock Mkt. 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What's ahead for 1960? Read the special Doane Agricultural Digest report "1960 Farni Price Outlook." It covers all major crops and livestock-the prices you'll receive and the prices you will pay. No other report is so thorough ...so concise and to the point. It's typical of the exclusive Digest reports busy stockmen and farmers know they can rely on. Digest reports forecast what's ahead ...and what to do about it. And they show you how to take advantage of new techniques and developments in production and management. See the special offer below: 1960 A8m PRICE OUTLOOK BONUS OFFER Send 250 for the special 4-page "1960 FARM PRICE OUTLOOK" and other sample Doane Digest reports. Send your order to Doane Agricultural Digest, Box 7476, 51.42 Delmar, St. Louis 8, Missouri. This is National Livestock Loss Prevention Year Your local veterinarian is best posted on the latest scientific developments for prevention and treatment of all animal diseases. Consult him on all your animal health problems. L A. Mosher COMPANY ATLANTA, MIAMI, ALBANY, GA. Laboratory Use Is on Increase by WM. L. SIPPEL, V.M.D. THE LABORATORY at Kissimmee is being used increasingly by Florida's veterinarians in attempting to be of greater service to the livestock industry of the State. 2227 tests were conducted of 844 specimens by the various sections of the laboratory. Over two-thirds of these specimens were from cattle and these accounted for more than 70 percent of the tests conducted. The diagnoses reached varied from bacterial conditions through parasitic and included one diagnosis of an hereditary condition in one herd. Parasitic conditions were the most numerous, with anaplasmosis being the greatest, worm parasites second and fluke infection third in number. The wet summer has given worm parasites an extra boost this year and this should be considered in working out the necessary treatment schedule. The bacterial condition, Salmonellosis, described recently in THE CATTLEMAN by Dr. E. M. Ellis has been confirmed in two more herds this month. Other cases of interest are two of photosensitization, three of Streptococcic septicemia and one of traumatic pericarditis (hardware) from penetrating wire. Federation Meet (Continued from page 112) east Florida Milk Producers Association, was lauded for his work with Florida Livestock Board as a representative of the Federation. It was pointed out that he has not missed a single meeting in the past year and that he attended the meetings at his own expense. Owen was also appointed to a committee which will meet with the livestock board to ask for an alternate Brucellosis plan to go along with Plans A and D. The committee will ask for expansion of ring testing over the state. Other members of the committee are Red Larson, Wayne Webb and B. W. Judge, Jr. The Sanitation Committee reported that its meeting in Gainesville turned out to be a meeting of the Sanitary Council instead of a joint meeting between sanitation officers and dairy organizations. FDFF passed a resolution requesting the Department of Agriculture to set up an advisory committee on dairy sanitation regulations. The committee will be composed of two members from Department of Agriculture Dairy Inspection, State Board of Hcalth. City-County Health Departments, Florida Dairy Products Association, Florida State Dairymen's Association and FDFF. Directors recommnlnd the committee meet this month. for January, 1960 121 WATCH THE CATTLE MARKET THROUGH THIS COLUMN! Our Auction Sale of Wednesday, Dec, 16th Receipts: $38,538.73 125 Calves, 181 Cows, 20 Steers 32 Yearlings, 3 Heifers, 31 Bulls These grades and prices from Florida State Marketing Bureau CALVESGood .19.25 Standard .17.75 Utility Vealers, good Vealers, standard Stockers ........ STEERSGood Standard Utility Stocker .15.50 .23.50 .20.00 .16.00 ..25.00 ...19 .25 .18.50 ...14.50 COWSCommercial Utility Cutters .............. Canners. Stockers BULLS.18.00 .14.50 .13.00 .11.00 .12.00 23.00 20.00 18.00 26.25 24.00 24.00 25.50 24.00 19.00 20.00 19.25 18.25 14.75 13.25 15.75 Utility .17.50 19.00 Cutters .13.50 17.50 Canners ...............13.25 Stockers, per head: .$290.00 and $505.00 HEIFERSStandard U tility Cutters Stockers K ISSI .18.00 .13.50 .13.25 .13.50 16.00 16.25 MM EE LIVE STOCK MARKET Kenneth Caldwell, Manager PHONES: Day: TI ]den 6-2521, 6-9334 Night: TI Iden 6-6243, 6-8243, 6-6341 KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA

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tLEAIfN S$ GRAZING GRASS PLANT OATS NOW Plant Seminole Oats in groves for a winter cover crop and for erosion control. The Seminole variety of Oats is well adapted for Florida because it is a very early, short oat variety with a strong straw. It is also crown rust resistant. ALFALFA (per hundred lbs.) Hairy Peruvian ..$33.00 CLOVERS (per hundred lbs.) S-1, Certified S-1, Affidavit White Dutch, La. grown 98/90. Hubam Lad ino Mixture, 50% S-1 & 50% Ladino GRASSES (per hundred lbs.) Bahia, Argentine Bahia, Common Bahia, Pensacola Bermuda (Extra Fancy) hulled .. Bermuda (Extra Fancy) unhulled Carpet Italian (Common) Rye OATS (per bushel) Seminole Floriland RYE (per bushel) Cert. Gator OUT OUT OUT 17.50 OUT OUT 65.00 OUT 26.50 78.50 OUT 40.00 9.50 1.55 1.75 4.00 (Add 5c per lb. for orders less than 100 lbs.) -Prices subject to change without notice$1 .00 per hundred for scarifying. INOCULANT, 50c per pkg., for use with White Dutch and Hubam Clover. (Prices f.o.b. Alturas) FULTON-COLE S E E D C 0 M P A N Y Phone Bartow CApital 3-1155 ALTURAS, FLA. Closer Beef Council Contact with FCA BOTH FLORIDA Beef Council and the Florida Cattlemen's Association voted during the Ocala convention to hire an executive employee whose duties will include doing needed work for FCA as well as working to extend and make more effective the work of the Beef Council. There is no question at all but that this employee is badly needed by both groups. A good man can do a great deal to extend the activities and influence of the Association, and at the same time work to make the promotional program of the Council more effective. But a single man can hardly serve two bosses. And while the cattlemen's association has always had a controlling voice in Beef Council affairs, directors of FCA recognized that in the interests of greater effi. ciency the Council should be physically combined with the Association, Advantages of Combining. NATURALLY THE new executive employee would have to change "hats" mighty quick to actually separate his duties for FCA from his duties for Florida Beef Council. The same travel will serve both organizations. It stands to reason that the same expense accounts will serve both, and the same salary. It would also seem that less bookkeeping and less office work would be involved by physically combining the treasuries of the two organiza. tions, as well as greater flexibility in the operation of both. Disadvantages? THOSE WHO are promotion minded may fear that a physical combination of treasuries might result in Beef Council funds being used for ordinary FCA activities. President J. 0. Pearce, Jr., is definite in his assurance that this is not to be the case. A proposed budget combining the Association and the Council treasuries will be submitted to directors prior to any physical combination of the assets. It will definitely contain the same number of dollars for promotion of beef as was spent last year, less, of course, the $4500 or so neces, sary to pay half the salary and expenses of the executive employee. This will mean that approximately eight cents of every dime collected will go into promoting sale of beef, if the Council collects only the same amount as it did in 1959-approximately $20,000-and even more will go toward promotion if the new employee is effective in extending the "dime a head" idea to those not now chipping in. Amalgamation of the Council and the Association should lead only to greater efficiency for both. And we believe the industry will agree with this analysis. Packers and *tockyards. THE P&S-officially the Packers and Stockyards Act-is nothing new. But it was revised in its effect a couple of years ago, and soon virtually every agency buying livestock in Florida will come under its supervison. Just when this will happen, no one knows for sure. But it is likely that by 1961, at the latest, all Florida livestock buyers or middlemenauctions, packers, commission buyers-will be "Posted" under terms Of the Act. How will this affect the cattle industry? Generally speaking, very little. But there is a possibility that automatic deduction of the 10 cents per head for beef promotion might be hindered at those auctions which are not now deducting. And this could seriously interfere with the financing of future beef promotion programs We are happy to report that the Florida Association of LivestoCk Markets is taking steps to avoid any possible restrictions of freedom t deduct for beef promotion, and the Florida Cattlemen's Association 1 asking other buying agencies to do the same. 122 The Florida Cattlen

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A few Fat Steers on well managed Pangola mean success for the Matlacha Plantation, Lee County GOOD MANAGEMENT The Key to Success fix : Cattle can manage for themselves, but the successful cowman knows the difference between profit and loss today lies primarily in the degree of management. Good management simply defined, is applied common sensea continual program of UP-GRADING stock and pastures. That's why a phone call to SUPERIOR can be so important today. Superior's PASTURE REPRESENTATIVE can help you plan your management program. He has the "know-how" to help you get the most from your pastures this winter. A poor steer left to manage for himself costs his owner money on overgrazed posture PASTURE TIPS: I. Get soil pH up now so your pastures respond to early spring fertilizer. 2. Use ample cross fences to insure P rotational grazing of improved past 3. You can still top dress clover, rye and pastures which were fertilized pIlt] October 1st. 4. Use SUPERIOR'S special winter for las for lasting results. 5. CALL SUPERIOR TODAY. CITRUS CORNER: It is time for DORMANT SEA! SPRAYS which must be applied b( spring growth sets in to prevent burning It is also time to prepare for Springi lizers. Check the pH values of your g! now so that when you apply the ferti you will get the full benefits which conle when the pH values are in proper balanl CALL SUPERIOR TODAY FOR APPOINTMENT WITH THE CIT REPRESENTATIVES. TAMPA -P.O.Box 1021,Ph.4-4131 -FORT PIERCE -P.O.Box 246, Ph.


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