4-H Coverage 2018
Northeast Alberta’s 4-H Show and Sale Season continued in Waskatenau on Friday where Members of the Bellis 4-H Beef Club showcased their hard work.
14 Members in total took to the show ring at the Waskatenau Arena but it was a pair of cousins who stole the show.
Intermediate Member Nathan Cherniwchan and his 1429lbs Steer took home the Grand Champion honors.
Nathan’s Grand Champion Steer sold to Anchor F Farms for $2.90/lbs.
Meantime, Nathan’s older Cousin, Jake Cherniwchan’s 1311lbs steer was named Reserve Champ and sold to IntegroEnergy for $3.00/lbs.
JAMIESON TALKS WITH NATHAN & JAKE ABOUT THEIR SHOWS
A pair of brothers stole the show as members of the Two Hills 4-H Beef Club and Myrnam 4-H Beef Clubs took center stage at their Annual Show and Sale.
Taylor Pashulka of the Myrnam 4-H Beef Club earned the Grand Champion honors at the Myrnam Arena.
Our Cherie Ziegler caught up with Taylor to talks about his big day.
Meantime, Taylor’s brother Riley’s Steer was named the Reserve Champ.
The awards and accolades didn’t end there for the Pashulkas as Riley also took home the Grand Female honors while both brothers were named the recipients of the Logozar Memorial Award.
Cherie also chatted with Michelle Logozar to talk about that Award's origin and it's importance to the clubs in the area.
HEAR CHERIE CHAT WITH MEMBER ANGIE DYCK ABOUT THE STEER SHOW
The Country 106 coverage of 4-H Alberta’s Northeast Beef Club Show and Sale Season continued yesterday with a stop at the Minburn Ag Grounds where 13 Members of the Innisfree-Minburn’s Beef Club were on hand, showcasing months of hard work and dedication.
Wednesday’s Grand Champion Honors went to Dylan Cannan - a five year 4-H Member from Innisfree.
(HEAR DYLAN'S FULL INTERVIEW WITH CHERIE ZIEGLER HERE)
Cannan’s steer sold to Webb’s Machinery in Vermilion, Vegreville and Lamont for a whopping $4.00 per pound.
Meantime, Teagan Nott and her 1488lbs steer earned the Reserve Champion honors.
She talks about just how active the Innisfree 4-H Club is in that community.
(HEAR THE NOTT TRIPLETS TALK WITH CHERIE ZIEGLER ABOUT THEIR 4-H EXPERIENCE AND CALL FOR FUTURE MEMBERS HERE)
Nott’s Reserve Champion steer sold to Deerland in Vegreville for $2.75/lbs.
- Hear from Jr. Member & Champion Bradley McLaughlin HERE
- Hear from Jr. Member Madeline Nott HERE
- Hear Megan Rudolf talk about a unexpected twist from the Judges HERE
- Hear Camille Kassian talk about the Free Lunch provided by Webb's Machinery in Vermilion, Vegreville & Lamont HERE
Members of the Vegreville 4-H Beef Club were hard at work on Monday during their Annual Achievement Day Show and Sale at the Vegreville Ag Society.
Reporter Cherie Ziegler caught up with Vegreville 4-H Veteran Gabriel Cheremshynski to get her thoughts on Monday’s show.
12 Head of Cattle were on offer during the sale but the cream of the crop belonged to Ethan Bast whose steer was named Grand Champion and sold to Maddigan Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram for $3.60/lb.
Meantime, Nolan Stuart’s steer earned Reserve Champion Honors.
Viking Auction Mart purchased Stuart’s steer for $2.90/lb.
- HEAR FROM INTERMEDIATE MEMBER HANNAH ALBRITE TALK ABOUT HER SPECIAL PROJECT HERE
- HEAR FROM LINDEN STUART TALK ABOUT HER SUPREME FEMALE HONORS HERE
The Beaver District 4-H Achievement Day and Beef Sale took place yesterday at the Holden Ag Complex.
The Show and Sale featured members, along with their months of hard work, from three different clubs including the Holden, Tofield Beef and Multi and Viking Beef Clubs.
Showmanship Judge Bobbie Gayle Hosegood talks about the importance of 4-H in communities across the province of Alberta.
Meantime, fellow Judge Casey Bishop of Killam discusses the show, judging in general and the skills 4-H Members learn along the way.
Our Cherie Ziegler caught up with one of the younger 4-H Members taking part in the show, Claire Hollar.
Grand Champion honors went to Intermediate Member from the Viking Beef Club Kori Patterson and her steer which came in a 1415lbs.
Patterson talks about her 4-H experience this season.
Patterson’s Steer sold to Central Agencies for $2.80 per pound.
Reserve Champion honors went to Barret Lang, a Junior Member from the Viking Club, and his 1306lbs steer.
It was sold to Webbs Machinery for $2.75 per pound.
Friday, June 8th
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