SHOW-ME-SELECT Joplin 5-21-21

SHOW-ME-SELECT TM REPLACEMENT HEIFER SALE 250 Crossbred & Purebred Heifers May 21, 2021 at 7 PM Joplin Regional Stockyards I-44 East of Carthage, MO at Exit 22 Video preview and sale may be viewed at On-line bidding and approval must be arranged in advance along with bank approval. ✓ To create an account go to www.joplinstockyards click on Live Auction then register and fill out banking information. At least 2 days prior to sale. ✓ Any questions and/or approval call 417-548-2333 and ask for Dustin, Misti, or Clay. Breeds & crosses include: Herefords, Angus, Gelbvieh, Red Angus, Balancer, SimAngus and Beefmaster. About 40% are black, 30% are black whiteface, 30% are red. Many are synchronized and AI bred. A few Tier Two and Show-Me-Plus heifers are in the offering. See enclosed requirements for SMS heifer details. Program Requirements: ❖ Heifers have met minimum standards for reproductive soundness, pelvic size, body condition and weight and are free of blemishes. ❖ Heifers bred to bulls meeting strict calving ease or birth weight EPD requirements. ❖ A strict immunization program has been followed including official Brucellosis calfhood vaccination. Heifers are tested and found negative for PI BVD. ❖ Heifers will calve from late August to November 30 and were preg checked within 30 days of the sale. 2021 Consignors Include: John Wheeler, Marionville Kathy Wheeler, Marionville Marvin Phipps, Cassville Mast Farms, Lamar Kunkel Farms, Neosho Robert Miller, Aurora Aspen Ridge, LLC, Carthage Meadowlyn Farm, Cassville Jeffrey Stevens, Seymour Sam Schaumann, Billings Rector Farms, Rogersville Hounschell Farms, Stark City Ali Henderson, Purdy Ronnie & Debbie Choate Hunter Lane Cattle Co. For information contact: Eldon Cole (417) 466-3102 or emai l Sponsored by: Missouri “Show-Me-Select” Replacement Heifers, Inc., Division of Animal Sciences, Southwest Missouri Beef Cattle Improvement Association in cooperation with University of Missouri Extension, College of Veterinary Medicine, Missouri Cattlemen's Association and Missouri Department of Agriculture. For more information, please visit: