Big Knife Beef Club had a great time at the Stettler and District 4H Show and Sale

Club members won multiple awards and had a successful sale with prices being up from last year.

On May 22 and 23, the annual Stettler and District 4H Show and Sale was held. It took place at Stettler Ag grounds, with the place milling with kids and parents and cattle.

In the morning of May 22, our first competition was to set up our stall display at 8 a.m. Following that was the Heifer confirmation judging competition. Then a pizza lunch provided by Visions in Stettler. Following that was the Heifer show. Our members who competed were Junae Vetnor and Cheyanne Heer and both had black angus heifers. They both did well although it was a tough competition.

On May 23, was the Stettler and District Steer show and sale. Weigh in started at 7 a.m. with breakfast sponsored and made by Bill’s Farm Supply and the show started at 9 a.m.

Results of our Club are as follows: Charlee Derr was Reserve Champion of our club. Champion was Junae Vetnor. In judging, Colby Norman won the junior part out of the four clubs. In the Junior Achiever, Laura Hebbes won out of the four clubs. In Senior Achiever, Junae Vetnor won out of the four clubs. In record books, Charlee and Keyonna Derr won the District record books. In the junior confirmation, Charlee Derr won, and in reserve, Liam Dechaine won. In junior grooming, Charlee Derr won, and in reserve Liam Dechaine won. In junior showmanship, Charlee Derr won, and in reserve Laura Hebbes won. In Intermediate grooming, showmanship, and confirmation, Gracie Hebbes won. In Senior confirmation, Junae Vetnor won, and in reserve Keyonna Derr won. For Senior showmanship, Junae Vetnor was the winner. In Senior grooming, Junae Vetnor won, and in reserve Austin Jacobson won. All members did excellent in this year’s achievement day.

At 4:30 p.m. was the annual banquet. After the meal, awards were presented and our members, Junae, Laura, Charlee, Colby, Keyonna, Austin, Gracie all won awards.

At 7 p.m. was the sale, with the prices being up from last year. Thank you to all the buyers who have bought our calves and continue to support 4-H. All members in our club had steer projects.

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