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Ohio members recognized at ASA Awards Banquet

Pictured above are the Century Club Winners present at the ASA Awards Banquet

KANSAS CITY, Missouri (December 6, 2017) – The American Shorthorn Association Awards Banquet was December 2, 2017 at Harrah’s Hotel and Casino in Kansas City, Missouri.

The ASA awards banquet was initiated by the ASA board of directors in conjunction with the annual meeting to recognize remarkable breeders and exceptional animals within the Shorthorn breed. The following Shorthorn breeders from the state of Ohio were recognized at the awards banquet.

Century Club Awards for 2016-2017 were presented to Byland with 138 animals registered and Paint Valley Farms with 111 animals registered. Performance Awards for 2016 went to Byland with a total of seven performance animals, Hively’s Highland Farms, LTD with five performance animals, Paint Valley Farms with three performance animals, Megan Miller with two performance animals, Turner Shorthorns with one performance animal, RP Farms has one performance animal, and Whitney Miller with one performance animal.

Show Awards went to Northeast Regional Winners. The Northeast Region Shorthorn Female of the Year went to Kinley Kreis with SULL Dream Lady 5445C ET. The Northeast Region Runner-Up Shorthorn Female of the Year went to Kathy Lehman with SULL Cherri Moon 5993C ET. The Northeast Region Shorthorn Bull of the Year went to Turner Shorthorns with TRNR Brillance 106. The Northeast Region Runner-Up Shorthorn Bull of the Year went to Key Ridge Shorthorn Farm with Key Ridge Tace 418. The Northeast Region ShorthornPlus Female of the Year went to Abbie Collins with SULL Demi’s Style 5369ET. Also, the Southeast Region Shorthorn bull of the Year went to Cedar Lane Farm with CLF Fooln’ Around 1401 ET.

The ASA is proud to have such a strong membership of Shorthorn breeders represented by Ohio during the awards banquet.




Tom and Susie Turner of Turner Shorthorns Earn Cattlemen’s Industry Excellence Award

The Ohio Cattlemen’s Association (OCA) awarded Tom and Susie Turner of Somerset, Ohio, the Industry Excellence Award at the OCA awards banquet held Jan. 21, 2017 at the Nationwide Hotel and Conference Center in Lewis Center, Ohio.

Each year, in an effort to recognize individuals who continue to promote and excel in the beef industry, OCA and Brownfield Ag News jointly sponsor the Industry Excellence Award. The award presentation featured a video of Tom and Susie Turner that was generously sponsored by the Ohio Shorthorn Breeders’ Association.

Throughout Tom’s life, he has always been involved in the beef industry one way or another. After growing up on his family’s farm, Tom’s college and graduate work was focused on the beef industry. During his professional career, he coached the Livestock Judging Team at The Ohio State University for over 30 thirty years, served on the Board of Directors and as President of the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association. During his term as President, Tom aided in the development of a strategic plan, the restructuring of the Board of Directors and helped create the BEST youth program. Now retired, Tom and Susie stay involved in the beef industry by managing their beef cattle herd, staying active with the Ohio Shorthorn Breeders’ Association, traveling around the United States, Canada, England, Australia, and New Zealand judging beef cattle shows. With their family values and love for the beef industry, they have helped develop quality programs within Ohio and are excellent role models for young beef leaders across the state.

The Ohio Cattlemen’s Association is a non-profit membership organization that represents the business interests and way of life important to farm families that raise cattle. It serves as the voice and issues manager for all of Ohio’s beef cattle business including cattle breeders, producers and feeders. It is the beef industry’s grassroots policy development organization and is an affiliate of the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association. The Ohio Cattlemen’s Association strives to maintain profitability and growth of Ohio's beef industry, while providing consumers with safe and wholesome beef.

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