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The Vegreville Exhibition Grounds played host to companies and cattle yesterday for the Vegreville 4-H Beef Club Sale.
The Grand Champion steer belonged to Ethan Bast - coming in at 12-hundred and 65 pounds and selling to Maddigan Chrysler for 3 dollars and 50 cents per.
Bast credits his fellow members with his success.
The Reserve Champion Steer belonged to Gabrielle Cheremshynski and sold to N-C-X Ranch for 3 dollars and 30 cents per pound.
HEAR THE FULL INTERVIEW WITH ETHAN BAST:
HEAR REACTION FROM GABRIELLE CHEREMSHYNSKI:
HEAR WHAT THE JUDGES HAD TO SAY ABOUT THE MEMBERS:
The Minburn Ag Grounds played host to the Innisfree - Minburn Beef 4-H Show and Sale yesterday.
The Grand Champion steer belonged to Laramie Anderson and sold to North Central Livestock in Vermilion for 2 dollars and 90 cents per pound.
Laramie talks about her process when it comes to picking the steer.
She says raising cattle is in her blood.
The Reserve Champion Steer belonged to Kaylie Anderson and sold to Viking Auction Market for 2.50 per pound.
FULL INTERVIEW WITH LARAMIE ANDERSON HERE:
FULL INTERVIEW WITH SHOW JUDGES:
FULL INTERVIEW WITH JUNIOR MEMBERS:
The Viking Carena played host to the Beaver District 4-H Achievement Day and Beef Sale on Monday, May 2nd.
The Grand Champion steer belonged to Viking’s Katie Maxwell and sold to Wilde and Company Chartered Accountants for $3.50 per pound.
Maxwell, a senior 4-H member, talks about why 4-H is important to her.
The Reserve Champion Steer belonged to Bryce Maxwell and sold to Andrukow Group Solutions for 3-75 per pound.
The Show featured clubs from Holden, Tofield, and Viking.
One of the last 4H Beef Show and Sales around the region wrapped up yesterday at the Vilna Arena.
Ethen Senetza’s Steer was awarded with the Grand Champion honors at the Bellis 4-H Beef Club Show.
He says he proved his parents wrong with his steer selection.
Senetza’s 13-hundred pound steer sold to Holloway Cats Limited for 2-75 per pound.
The Reserve Champion Steer belong to Elle Senetza and she says she had to earn the right to call it her own.
The just over 12-hundred pound Reserve Champ sold to Parody Contracting for 3 dollars and 30 cents per pound.
In all 19 Members showcased their steers and months of hard work at the Bellis 4-H Beef Club Show and Sale.