Saturday November 7th, 2020, Leslie, Traci, Anna, Kaine, Kade, Julian, Ady, Natalie, Marlo, Ben and I went to the Western Showcsae Jackpot, held in Eltopia, WA in 2020 due to COVID. There were LOTS of cattle at the show since there was actually a show. Steers were first, Kaine got second in his class and went back to the championship round, the classes were huge. Ady steer got 10th, Julian 8th and Natalie 11th. There was lots of competition. Then the heifers, Kade heifer Calamity Jane was first, the heifers we had bought were a little thinner then show shape, so they did not place super, but they acted great so we considered that a win. Then Kaine and Anna with Alanis and Belle Starr, and then Kade and Anna with Vixen and Lottie Dino. Lottie was 4th in her class, Vixen and Lottie were heifers we raised so that was great. Ady showed Emmy and she got 2nd in her class, Emmy is Savannah’s heifer, but Savannah is a PeeWee so could not show her in the breeding class. So Emmy and Ady got to go back to the championship round. In showmanship, Savannah showed Emmy in PeeWee, and did AWESOME. Kade showed Calamity, and got called back, Kaine showed Alanis, and she showed great, but Kaine did not watch her feet good enough, but he still did a good job. Natalie showed Rocky (her steer not our old bull), Julian showed the Flash and Ady showed Emmy, who was now tired and cranky. Anna showed Lottie, who was also tired and cranky. Overall, everyone did awesome.
Saturday Aug 22nd, 2020 we went to the Corona Classic Protest. Bill Cox was the judge, we had 2 peewees, 4 juniors and 4 intermediate showman. Everyone did great and all of the animals showed well. It was our last real show of the year, so we turned the show heifers out when we got home. They thought that was great until it was feeding time, then not so happy. They came up behind my house and wanted to know where the grain was hiding.
Monday August 17th, 2020 was a great day, even though it was HOT. We were at a secret steer show, and the kids had a blast. Anna was grand champion in Market, Kade was Reserve, Ady was third in the same class they were in, Julian was 4th in his class, and Kaine was 5th. In Fitting and Showing, Ady was Grand champion Jr Showman, Julian and Chicken Nugget did Great, Kaine was Grand Champion Showman, Anna was Reserve, and Kade showed so well he also had him in the championship picture and had him come back to the overall class. Anna, Kaine and Kade were in the top 5 showman out of all ages. Toni and I competed in the adult showmanship, I thought that Freddy was going to die from the heat, the poor guy was panting, but Toni and Goldmember were Grand champion and she got a whole bucket full of stuff, and Andy Williams was Reserve, Freddy and I were in the top 5, along with Lori Williams and Floyd Lewis.
Due to COVID-19, 2020 was a much different year, we learned how to show in virtual shows, the Spokane Jr Livestock show was canceled in May. Most shows in WA were canceled in person, however, we did travel to Idaho a few times and show. Below are some pictures from the virtual shows.
Saturday July 4th, 2020, Happy 4th everyone, Ben, Anna, Kaine, Kade, McKenna and I headed to New Plymouth to a livestock show. They started with showmanship, oldest to youngest, so McKenna and Foxy were first, they did great, it was a really hard class. Then Intermediates, Kaine and Austin and Anna and Freddy were both in the same class and made it back to the championship round. Lastly Kade was a Jr in Idaho, him and Goldmember were awesome and were the champion Jr showman, and 4th overall for all ages. Next was Market, Anna and Kaine were both third in their class and Kade was fourth, they all showed really good. Kaine was asked to show someone else’s steer too, since there were two in the same class, and he did a great job showing that steer as well. McKenna and Foxy were 4th in their breeding class, but we had a lot of complements outside the ring about Foxy, and she was recognized from her Sasquatch Showdown win video. There were a couple of WA kids there, and 4 in the 509 show circuit, and all of them made it at least back to the championship round, and two won their divisions, we are happy and proud of all of the kids.
Wednesday June 18, 2020 Ben, Anna, Kaine, Kade, Leslie, Traci, Natalie and I headed to Filer, Idaho for the Jr Angus show and the Jr Idaho Beef Expo. Showmanship was Friday, Natalie showed first, since it is by age, she did really great, Kade was called back, but his heifer did not show well in the championship round, and Kaine also showed great but was not called back. Anna showed in the Jackpot showmanship, so that was at around 7:30 that night. Her and Freddy were Reserve Champion Intermediate. She then went back in for overall showman, at around 8:06, Traci had said she would show at 8 so she said she called it. So it was a long day when we got done. Saturday was the breeding and market shows. The show started at 9 with bred and owned Angus, we only brought owned Angus, so we started around 10:30. Natalie had the youngest heifer, so she was in the first class, she got second, so got to go back for the championship drive in that division. Anna was next with Tilly, Anna did a great job showing her and Tilly looked good. Kaine and Kade were next with their March heifers, there were so many March heifers they split the class, Kaine was in class 30 and Kade in class 31. Both of them showed really well. The steers showed late afternoon, Smithers and Kaine were in class 3, they got third in their class. Anna and Freddy and Kade and Gogol were in class 4 (there was a division championship round in between the two classes) Anna was second in the class and Kade was 5th. All three of the steers showed really well. Freddy and Anna went back into the division championship round.
Sunday November 17, 2019 we had a KT Invitational, basically we invited the members of our 4H group and a few others. Josslin and Macy came, Bella, Adrian and Emmet. Macy showed her heifer, I don’t know what her name is yet, Bella showed Kade’s steer Nigel, Adrian showed Kade’s steer Goldmember, Emmet showed Kaine’s steer Austin, Anna showed her Texas steer, Sir Freddy G, Kaine showed his Montana steer, Smithers, Kade showed his Evergreen steer, General Gogol, and Jaxsen showed the clubby heifer, Foxy. We all had a great time, Adrian won market with Goldmember and Kade got Reserve with Gogol. Anna won showmanship and Kade got Reserve. We had volunteer judge Heidi Shattuck, and she really worked a lot with the kids. Tina Kocar donated ribbons, and they were AWESOME. If you want to buy ribbons go to Ribbons by Tina. Horseshoe Angus donated mugs for the Champion and Reserve and candy bars for all.
Saturday morning, October 12, 2019, we headed to the Evergreen sale in Moses Lake. We got there early so the kids could participate in the knowledge bowl. They had a lot of fun and it was a new experience. The kids picked out a few heifers they wanted to bid on, and Kade picked out a few steers. We ended up buying three heifers and one steer. Sunday was the Evergreen Jackpot, Anna’s is a May heifer, and she was the only one, so in a class with Aprils. The heifer showed great. Kaine and Kade’s heifers are both Marchs, and Kaine was third in his class. Then we showed our two Dakota Gold steers in AOB. Anna’s was Reserve Champion and Kade’s was second in his class. Kaine showed Austin and Kade showed Gogol in cross bred steers. Both steers showed wonderfully. Ben, Kicker, Sonny, mom and dad all showed up to watch the kids. As well as Steve and Juanita Jachetta and Allison and Austin Porterfield. So they had a lot of help and a huge cheering squad.
The week of September 12, 2019 was CBJLS, the kids did great, Kade won his class, Kaine got second in his class and Anna got third in hers. Bella Holt was also showing a steer she got from us, and he showed very well too. Friday was fitting and showing and the kids did AWESOME. Kade was Grand Champion Junior, Anna was Reserve Champion Intermediate and Kaine was Reserve Champion Junior. Bella and her steer from us also made in into the championship round. PeeWees got to show too, so Jaxsen showed Kaine’s steer, Chevy and Julian showed Kade’s steer, Silver, Savannah showed Silver and Kaxsen showed Ady’s steer, Little Black. The kids all had a great time.
The week of August 20, 2019 was the Benton Franklin County Fair, and it went by in a blur. Tuesday was market, and all of the kids did GREAT, Anna was Grand Champion 4H market steer, Kaine and Ady made it back to the championship round and Kade was third in his class, so all kids did really good, we are very happy. Kade had an Angus steer we raised, “Mini Pete.” Wednesday was fitting and showing, Anna made in back for intermediates, and was Grand Champion, Kade, Ady and Kaine both made it back in the Jrs, and Kaine was Reserve Champion. The heifers also showed on Wednesday, Anna had the clubby heifer there, her and two year old Savannah showed her, she was Grand Champion in Other Breeds. Kade and Kaine both took Angus heifers, each one won their division; Kaine had the supreme Grand Champion Angus heifer with Miss Moneypenny. Kissy Suzuki also showed really well. After the open show the kids had to wash their steers. Wednesday is always the longest day of the week.
July 19, 2019 was a showmanship clinic in conjunction with the Sagebrush Show, so Toni took the kids and their steers, and Jaxsen’s heifer, in. Leslie took the heifers from Connell in. The kids all had a blast at the clinic and did an awesome job. There were approximately 40 kids that showed up for the clinic so it was a really good turnout. July 20-21th was the Sagebrush Classic, the steers did really well. Kade’s steer won his class and went back into the championship round, Anna’s steer was second in his class and was on standby to go back, and Kaine’s steer acted great. Sunday was the heifer show and showmanship. In showmanship, for Jrs, Kade won his class and got to go back to the championship round, Kaine and Jaxsen both showed great but did not get to go back. Anna is an intermediate, and she was the Grand Champion Intermediate Showman.
The clubby heifer was in the first class, Kaine was showing her and got to go back to the championship round. Kade and Kaine’s Hereford heifers did great but did not get go back. Anna’s Hereford heifer won her class and got to go back, and Jaxsen and Black Widow just did a great job (although Jax almost didn’t get to show the second time as he was MIA). The clubby heifer is also a Charolais influence heifer so she got to show in that class.
Thursday June 20, 2019 Leslie and I took the kids to Prineville for a Jr Angus Show and the PI. The twins were in the first class as super seniors in showmanship, McCall was grand and McKenna reserve. Kaine was excited because he was showing McCall’s heifer, the “better” heifer as he says. Anna and Kaine were after the intermediates, Kaine was called back to the championship round, Kade was in the next class. All of the kids showed great. Kade was was Bred and Owned Reserve Champion Junior Heifer. Anna was the Reserve Champion Owned Junior Heifer. The twins showed great, they were in a big class and were 3rd and 4th. Kaine did not have a heifer to show, so he only got to show in showmanship. Kade and the twins also participated in the fitting competition.
The kids went to the NW Farm Supply Show on Sat June 15th and showed to the best of their ability. Kade came away with grand champion Jr. Showman out of a really tough group of kids. All three of the kids showed great, the steers did great and we could not be happier. Anna and Kade were second in their market classes and Kaine was third. They had a great show and a lot of fun. Jolene, Nick and Bronty went and watched them and that made it extra special.
May 25, 2019 we were at the Jr Angus show in Ellensburg. Anna and Kade both made it back to the championship round in showmanship, and Anna was the Reserve Champion Junior Showman. Kade’s bred and owned heifer was Reserve Champion in her division. Anna’s May heifer was Reserve Champion in her division. Both of Kaine’s heifers made it back to the championship round, Jaxsen’s heifer made it back to the championship round, and Kade’s second heifer being third in her class, so one spot from making it back. We had a great show, all the kids brought home a check. Jax had significant improvement in his showmanship skills from the first class to his third class. He has decided he wants to beat his brother. That is a big goal!
The first week of May 2019 we headed to the Spokane Jr Livestock Show. The kids and steers did great in market. Kaine was third in his class. Kade and Anna were both second in their class and went back into the championship round. Anna was 4th overall, she had an Angus/Hereford steer from BB Cattle, and Kade 17th overall, he had a registered Angus steer from us. There were around 90 market steers, so getting called back is really good. All three kids got called back into the championship round. Kade was third overall in his division and Kaine and Anna were both 4th overall in their divisions. We were really proud of them.
Our first show of 2019 was April 5th at Pomeroy. We had a great time, like normal, the weather was better then the year before. Kaine was in class 3, Kade in class 4, and Anna in class 6. All of the kids showed great, Kaine was 5th in market, Kade 3rd and Anna 2nd (so she made it back to the championship round). All of the kids showed awesome in showmanship and made it back to the championship round. Kaine was the grand champion Jr showman. The kids didn’t make it out of Pomeroy before they were asleep. I don’t think they are as ready for the show season as they thought!
Our last show of the year was the Western Showcase November 3rd. Ben and I took Anna, Kaine, Kade and Adrian. Anna took her steer Hudson, Kade took Lily, Kaine took DeDe and Adrian took her steer and Lindsey. All of the kids showed really well and their animals did great. Kaine and Anna made it back into the championship round in Fitting and Showing.
October 14th, 2018 we went to the Evergreen Jackpot in Moses Lake. It was an all breed jackpot so we invited the 4H kids to come and had a great crew. Bella showed Zsa Zsa, Nadia showed Black Widow, Aram showed Amora, Anna showed Mal, Hudson (her new steer from the sale) and Dylan (a new heifer from the sale), Adrian showed Petunia and her new heifer Lindsey, Kaine showed Gloria and Cece (his new heifer from the sale), Kade showed Alyx and Lily (he bought Lily in the sale) and Jaxsen showed Lady Liberty (his new heifer from the sale). There was honestly so much going on I don’t know how every one placed. I know that Anna got to back into the champion round with Hudson and Kade got to go back with Lily. Kaine made it back into the champion round in Showmanship with Cece. Also, Jaxsen got first in judging and Anna got third.
September 12-15, 2018 we went to the Othello Community Fair. Kaine made it back into the champion round in Market and all three kids made it back in Fitting and Showing. We took 2 baby heifers and 2 big heifers too. They each won their division, but they did not have an overall champion here.
September 6-8, 2018 we were at the Columbia Basin Junior Livestock Show. We had a great time, this is a local show so we can ago home each night. Kade was the Grand Champion Junior in Fitting and Showing. Anna and Kade both made it back into the champion round in Market. Kaine’s steer, Angus, was Reserve Champion in the Steer of Merit competition.
August 20-25, 2018 we went to the Benton Franklin County Fair. The kids did awesome. Kaine was Reserve Champion 4H market, Anna and Kaine were Grand Champions in fitting and showing, Kade also made it back to the championship round. Anna won the Intermediate division of the round robin. Anna’s heifer, Mal, was the Supreme Champion Heifer and Kade’s heifer, Lily, was the Grand Champion Angus heifer calf. Jaxsen even showed at bull calf.
July 28-29, 2018 we went to the Sagebrush Class in Connell. The kids each took 2 steers and a heifer and Jaxsen showed in the PeeWee class. Kaine was Reserve Champion Showman, Anna’s steer was 5th overall in the Feeder class and Kade made it back into the champion round in both showmanship and the steer class.
July 20-21, 2018 the kids went to the Summer Sizzle show in Moses Lake. Anna took her shorthorn/Hereford steer, Kaine took Bodie and Kade took Evie. They all did really well.
July 19-20th, 2018 we had the Evergreen Angus show. Anna took Mal, Amora, Bash and Black Widow, Kaine took Poison Ivy, Angus and Gloria and Kade took Evie, Happy and Alex. The kids all did wonderful, Mal was the Grand Champion Bred and Owned bred heifer, Amora was 5th overall in the Evergeen heifer class. Happy placed well in the steer class and the Ultrasound challenge and all three kids made it back into the championship found in showmanship.
On July 7, 2018 Anna, Kaine and Kade went with Jay to the Desert Classic Jackpot in Hermiston. They did fantastic. Kaine was Reserve Champion Market and Anna and Kade both bot second in their class.
On June 16, 2018 Anna and Kaine went with Jay to the NW Farm Supply Jackpot in Hermiston. They did fantastic. Kaine was Grand Champion Market and Anna was reserve, Anna was Grand Champion in showmanship and Kaine was reserve.
On May 26, 2018 the kids had a great time with Jay at the Wheatland Jackpot. Anna was 8th overall in market with Snowy, Kade was 3rd in Jr Showmansip, and they all had a blast.
May 18-19, 2018 we went to the Jr. Angus Field Day in Ellensburg. Anna was Grand Champion Jr Heifer Bred and Owned heifer with BK Anna Susie 726. Kaine was third in the January heifer class with BK Horseshoe Lassie 706, Kade was third in the January heifer class with BK Horseshoe Lassie 707 and Anna was fourth in the class with BK Horseshoe Erica 703. Kaine also placed in the February class with W C A Erica 2787. They all did tremendous in showmanship and went back into the championship round. Click on the link for all of the pictures. https://goo.gl/photos/nGiTVnZgCVrD5LJw8
We had a phenomenal week at the Spokane Jr. Show, May 1st – 6th, 2018. It is the biggest and most competitive show in the Pacific Northwest. There were over 220 head in the beef barn with kids from Montana to the west side of WA. The twins won the 4-H division on their last show! Our cousin Bobby’s son Cade won the FFA division, it was also his last show. Anna made it back into the championship round in both market and showmanship. The boys also did very well. We always like the kids to livestock judge, and at Spokane, being the State competition, it is very competitive and requires oral reasons. All three kids placed in the top 20 of their division, with over 80 kids per division. Kaine was 6th for the Juniors. Overall we are all tired, but the show was great.
September 13th, 2017 we showed the heifers at the Adams County Fair. Grace had Grand Champion Angus heifer and Reserve champion overall heifer with Amora (our heifer going into the Evergreen sale) and Kade was reserve champoion open heifer with Evie. Anna was third with Mal and Kaine was fourth with Posion Ivy.
September 12-16th, 2017 we were at the Adams County Fair. We had a great time at the Adams County Fair. Anna was second in market with PC and went back into the championshp round and she was 3rd in showmanship. Kaine was 4th in showmanshp and 4th in market in Dirks. I would like to thank our buyers, Nicole Janson for buying Kaine’s steer and Dale Bayley for buying Anna’s steer. Thanks for all of your support. Not only did Nicole buy Kaine’s steer, but she also took him to and brought him back to the fair for his football game that day.
September 6-9th, 2017 the kids went to the Columbia Basin Junior Livestock Show. Kade and Creek had a great show at the Columbia Basin Junior Livestock Show. They were Reserve Champion in Fitting and Showing and second in their class in Market. Creek is by BK Combination 302 and out of a B/R Front Range 052 daughter. Thanks Dave and Angie Manerola for buying Kade’s steer. Kaine and Fuzzbert got second in showmanship and fourth in market. Fuzzbert is by BK Danny Boy 908 and is out of a SAV Thunderbird 9061 daughter. Thanks CBHA for buying Kaine’s steer. Anna and Morris got third in Showmanship and fourth in market. Morris is by BK Combination 302 and out of a B/R Front Range 052 daughter. Thanks Olberding Seed for buying Anna’s steer.
August 23rd was the heifer show at the Benton Franklin County Fair. Kaine and Libby were Grand Champion Angus heifer and Grand Champion overall heifer. Anna and Amora were Reserve Champion Angus heifer. Amora is our heifer that is going into the Evergreen Sale. She is a daughter of Connealy Black Granite.
August 21-27th, 2017 was the Benton Franklin County Fair. The kids did awesome. Anna and Atkins were Grand Champion Showman and they got second in their class in market. Anna also got to participate in the Round Robin. Thank you Don and Sandy Smith for purchasing Atkins. Kaine and Bentley also did an awesome job at the Benton Franklin Fair. They were reserve champions in Fitting and Showing and got third in their class in market. Thanks Don and Sandy Smith for buying Kaine’s steer. Kade showed his Angus steer, Branch, they went back into the championship drive for Fitting and Showing and received a honroable mention in the judges remarks. Thanks to Three Rivers Potato Storage for buying Kade’s steer. Branch is by BK 9061 Thunderbird 308 and out of a Connealy Combination 0188 daughter.
July 29-30, 2017 was the Sagebrush Classic in Connell. Kaine and Bentley won their class and went back into the championship round in market. Kaine, Kade and their cousin Pepper, along with lots of kids from our 4H group, went back into the championship round in showmanship. Pepper was grand and Kaine was reserve Jr Showman. McCall was reserve Sr showman and had Reserve Market steer with Huck. We also took Hereford heifers from BB Cattle Co; Kade won his class with Baby Princess Arial. Kaine was second with Rowana and Anna was third with Kelsie. McKenna was Reserve Champion overall heifer with Mulan. We are proud of all the kids, everyone did a great job. Anna took her steer Atkins and Kade took his steer Creek. Click on the link for all of the pictures. https://goo.gl/photos/2x9uNoD1XxeNZyys5
July 23, 2017 the kids participated in the Summer Sizzle show. Anna and Kade took their heifer calves, Evie and Mal. Evie got second in the class and Mal got third. Kaine took his heifer Libby. To view all the pictures go to https://goo.gl/photos/2taCYyANjTRF5zZ36
The kids did great at the Junior Angus show July 21-22, 2017. Anna is pretty proud of her cow Taffy, who was her bottle calf. Taffy’s first calf, BK Annas Mischief 541, was Bred and Owned Sr Heifer champion and Taffy’s second calf, BK Annas Susie 625, “Mal”, was Bred and Owned Calf champion. Anna also showed Mal in showmanship and went back into the championship round. Mischief is by Connealy Confidence 0100 and Mal is by BK Hoover Dam 507. Anna’s steer did good too, he graded a Choice – with a little over a month to go before his terminal show, he should be ever better by then. Kade had a great show as well, his Jr heifer, Evie, was the Jr heifer champion and Ramsey was third in her class. Evie is by Connealy Combination 0188 and out of an BK 1241 Expand 520 daughter. Ramsey is by S A V Platinum 0010 and out of a Connealy Danny Boy daughter. Kade’s steer also graded a choice – and we are excited to see how he does in the Ultra Sound Competition at the Benton Franklin County Fair. Kaine’s calf, Poison Ivy, was the Reserve Calf Champion, his big heifer, Libby, was second in her class and went back into the championship round. Kaine’s steer, Fuzzbert, won is class in the ultrasound challenge and he went back into the championship round with him too. Libby is a CC&7 daughter. Poison Ivy is a daughter of Connealy Honest Answer. Fuzzbert is by BK Danny Boy 908. Click on the link for all of the pictures. https://goo.gl/photos/fdMNcNMoMCZzFAwp6 The showmanship album for the Jr Angus show/Summer Sizzle: https://goo.gl/photos/MBfTLxtCZJMkEiBRA
Pictures from the UCCA Desert Classic on July 8th, 2017, thanks Desert Classic for sharing the pictures. Anna won her class with Atkins, Kaine got second in his class with Fuzzbert, and Kade and Branch did an awesome job. We are proud of all of them, the kids have been working hard on their heifers and steers all summer.
June 18-20, 2017 we went to the Northwest Angus Preview in Moses Lake. Anna was Reserve Champion Senior Bred and Owned heifer with BK Annas Mischief 541. Kade was second in his class with his heifer, BK Miss Erica 534. And Kaine was third in his class with BK Horseshoe Pride 549. The kids all did well with their steers as well. Anna was first in her class with BK 302 Combination 609. Kaine was second in his class with BK 908 Danny Boy 625. Kade also got second in his class with BK 308 Thunderbird 618. In showmanship Kaine and Kade both went back into the championship round. Great job to all that went, the show was a blast. Click on the link for all of the pictures. https://goo.gl/photos/nGiTVnZgCVrD5LJw8
June 17, 2017, Kaine and Anna went to the Jackpot steer show at Northwest Farm Supply. Kaine took BK Danny Boy 625, “Fuzzbert,” and Anna took Atkins.
The first weekend in June we went to the Kirk Stierwalt clinic that Old Mill Country store put on in Ellensburg. Anna took her steer, Atkins, Kaine took his steer, Bentley and Kade took his heifer, Ramsey. We all had a great time. https://goo.gl/photos/podaZCYLswpgtytLA
May 27th, 2017 Jay took the kids to the Wheatland Jackpot show in Ritzville, McCall took her steer Huck, Anna took Atkins, Kaine took Bentley and Kade took his heifer, Ramsey.
In beginning of May 2017 Anna, Kaine, McCall and McKenna took their steers to the Spokane Jr Livestock Show. McCall and the Grand Champion Prospect steer with her steer she got from Montana, “Huck.” McCall also went back into the championship round with her fat steer and got third overall. McKenna, Kaine and Anna also did great. https://goo.gl/photos/Rpo2AUjX5E45Do3KA
Our first show of 2017 was the 3rd Annual Garfield Spring Preview Jackpot; even though it was cold we all had a good time. All our kids went back into the championship round in showmanship. Great job to all the kids that went. https://goo.gl/photos/4vCp4RSd8MLKtrKE8
Anna and Darlo did AWESOME at the Adams County Fair. They got Reserve in Market and Grand in Fitting and Showing. Anna also won the Jr Division of the round robin. Darlo was a great steer that we got from BB Cattle Co.Thanks Camano Island Cattle Co. for buying Anna’s steer.
Anna took Nash, a steer raised by Meacham Land and Cattle to the Columbia Basin Junior Livestock Show (CBJLS). He is by BK Thunderbird 308 and is out of a BK Danny Boy 908 daughter. Nash was also shown by Natalie in the PeeWee show and Jaxsen showed McCall’s steer, “5.” Thanks
Kaine took his heifer calf, Libby, and Kade took his Senior heifer, Dark Knight, to the Benton Franklin County Fair. They both did extremely well. Kaine had Champion heifer calf and Kade and Senior heifer Champion. Kade had the Angus heifer Champion and Kaine had the Reserve Angus Champion. Libby is a CC&7 daughter and Dark Knight is a Capitalist daughter.
Anna and Arlo did great at the Benton Franklin County Fair, they went back into the championship round for showmanship. Thanks Dave and Ami MacHugh from Jackass Mountain Ranch for buying Arlo. We bought Arlo from BB Cattle Co.
We had a big crew for the WJAA show/Summer Sizzle in Moses Lake. Anna, Kaine and Kade took their Angus calves, Kaine and Kade took their two-year old Angus heifers, Jaxsen took his Hereford fall heifer, and Addy showed her as well. Also, Anna, Natalie (Skittles), McCall and McKenna took Hereford heifers from BB Cattle Co. As well as Anna took one of her steers. The show was July 21-23, 2016 in Moses Lake. The kids all did outstanding in the Junior Angus show, and they all showed well in the Summer Sizzle. For the whole picture album go to: https://goo.gl/photos/9KRvUp4EJo2Wv41D6
Anna and her steer Arlo, and McCall and McKenna at the Desert Classic in Hermiston, July 2016. McCall was Reserve Champion in both showmanship and market. Both McKenna and Anna made it back to the championship round in showmanship and market. Good job girls. Anna and McCall did a great job with their heifers too, Andy and Nicky.
Anna took her steer, Arlo, and Kaine and Kade took their heifers to the Kirk Stierwalt Cattle Clinic and All Breed Jr. Jackpot Show in Ellensburg, June, 2016. We all had a great time and learned a lot at the clinic. To see all the pictures go to: https://goo.gl/photos/tsyceudFXvzFGL9Z7
Anna and McCall showed their steers in the Wheatland classic steer show in Ritzville in May, 2016. Both did a great job showing their steers.