News and Information from your International Texas Longhorn Association
International Texas Longhorn Association  -  Issue I - 2018
News from your International Texas Longhorn Association
From ITLA President Mike Tomey 


I hope the weather hasn't been too bad in your area. This winter we have been very cold in Indiana, below zero one week then up in the 50's the next. Spring will be here soon and I can't wait till the grass is green and the new calves are being born. 

I feel so lucky to live the life I do. Every spring is a new beginning, seeing the crop emerge from the ground, new calves and foals running in the pasture and the smell of fresh cut hay. This is the life!!!

The same for ITLA, the new year is full of excitement, all the sales and show will be starting up soon. So, get up, get out and get involved with your local affiliates, pick out your show calves and go have some fun at the shows and sales. It is a great way to promote your program and make new friends.

The ITLA membership directory will also be out very soon. Thank you to all of you who made it possible with your ads and all your hard work. 

Jamie and I will see you down the road.  
 
Thank you,

Mike Tomey
ITLA President
Midwest Texas Longhorn Association News
Raising Quality Texas Longhorns in the Midwest


Midwest Texas Longhorn Association is having their first meeting of the year on February 11, 2108 at the Beef House in Covington, IN at 11:00 am. 

Dr. Michael Meade 
The agenda includes talking about the show and a presentation on herd health, by Dr. Michael Meade DVM. Dr. Meade will be talking about total herd health discussing the main cattle problems in Indiana; what to look for, how to prevent them for calves and mature animals. He will then point out potential problems due to illness or injury, how to treat and when a vet should be called. 

Bring your questions, cattle ranchers from full time down to just an animal or two, this will benefit all. Also pass this on to your neighbors and friends who are concerned about the health of cattle, they are more than welcome to attend whether they are members or not. 

RSVP to Courtney Tomey at 812-797-8609 if you plan to attend so they can get an accurate count for the restaurant. Hope to see you there.

MTLA President,
Steve Paloncy
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Please join us for our February GLTLA meeting at the home of Henry and Rhoda Detweiler. Please contact Johnny or Henry for address and directions. We will meet for lunch at noon, hold our member meeting followed by a ranch tour weather permitting!! Please bring a dish to pass! We look forward to enjoying a time of fellowship and talking "cows"!!  

ITLA Convention Dress Up Contest


Alya Fike taking her animal out for the dress-up contest.

Dress up Parade before the open show.

McKenzie Oswald doing the Dress up parade before the open show.

Cassidy Huntsberry doing the Dress up parade before the open show.

Garrett & Matt Tomey at the Dress up parade before the open show.

Dress up parade before the open show.

Dress up parade before the open show.

Dress up parade before the open show.
ITLA Convention - Open Show 


Adam Waters showing in the open show.

Amber Dunmire showing in the open show.

Dave Moore showing in the open show.

Doug Burris showing in the open show.
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ITLA Convention and Show Round Up


Discussing a few pointers before show time.

Lizz Huntsberry's son won the scholarship for college that was accepted by Lizz. Madeline McGuire, John Dvorak, Dale Eppart handed it out.

Mike and Jamie Tomey accepting the Produce of Dam award for their cow Dixie Jangler.

Barry Ward entertained the crowd on Friday night before dinner.

June Cohron showing in the open show.

Danielle Mershon showing in the open show.

Kara Dickinson showing in the open show.

The open class showing their best.

President Mike and Jamie Tomey received a bench and gift card for supper for all of their hard work for the past year. Mike and Jamie appreciated the gifts and will continue with their efforts.  Mike and Jamie said "Thank you to all of the members that signed the card and pitched in". 

Linda Dickinson selling their wares during the whole weekend trade show.
Chewing the Cud
 

A blonde and a redhead have a ranch, and unfortunately, their favorite bull just passed away. 

The women need to buy another, but they only have $500. The redhead tells the blonde, "I will go to the market and see if I can find one for under $500 . If I can, I will send you a telegram." 

She goes to the market and finds one for $499. Having only one dollar left, she goes to the telegraph office and finds out that it costs one dollar per word to send a telegraph. She is stumped on how to tell the blonde to bring the truck and trailer. 

Finally, she tells the telegraph operator to send one word: "comfortable." 

Skeptical, the operator asks, "How will she know to come with the trailer from just that word?" 

The redhead replies, "She's a blonde so she reads slow: 'Come-for-ta-bull.'"
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