Farmfair International is being held Nov. 6-10 in Edmonton, Alberta. The first day started off with a futurity female and bull show open to all breeds followed by purebred cattle shows.
An added feature at this year’s show is the announcement of world champion bulls and females selected from cattle around the world. Canadians were recognized this year in several breeds including Speckle Park for the first time in the seven years of the international competition.
Wednesday results (unofficial):
Legends of the Fall
Grand champion bull: Black Gold Captain Scream 41G (Simmental) entered by Black Gold Simmentals, Lloydminster, Sask.
Grand champion female: Boss Lake Ms Elle 926G (Simmental) entered by Brittany Boss, Parkland County, Alberta
Grand champion bull: D.A.M. Dots 94A Electric 31E entered by Dustin McAleer, Unity, Sask.
Reserve: MT Bar Eddie the Eagle 01E entered by MT Bar Ranch, Drayton Valley, Alta.
Grand champion female: INC Brooks N Dunn 7F entered by Rob and Janice Harasymchuk, Saskatoon, Sask.
Reserve: Outback Prairie Lily 120G entered by Outback Stock Farms, Sturgeon County, Alta
World champion bull: Notta 1B Hawkeye 444E owned by Notta Ranch Speckle Park, Neilburg, Sask. Owners; Jason and Sara Goodfellow.
Miss World: Riverhill 99Y Pho-Cover 18C owned by River Hill Speckle Park, Neilburg, Sask. Owners: Barry and Elaine Ducherer, Cory and Katlin Ducherer.
All other breeds
Grand champion bull: RWL Tiege 16G (Galloway) entered by Robertson West Livestock, Caroline, Alta.
Reserve: Little Creek Gus 21G (Blonde d’Aquitaine) entered by Little Creek Farm, Ellscot, Alta.
Grand champion female: Miss Rusylvia 71G (Maine Anjou) entered by Emily Yaremko, St. Paul, Alta.
Reserve: RWL Grizzly 11G (Galloway) entered by Robertson West Livestock