DENVER, Colorado -The National Western Stock Show at Denver, Colorado, is a major winter event for cattle breeders from 20 different breeds.
The Limousin and LimFlex (Angus cross Limousin) were shown at the National Western Stock Show on Jan. 14 in Denver, Colorado. The grand champion bull was the entry of Ben Spencer of Gibbon, Nebraska, with WLR Final Call 55F ET. | Barbara Duckworth photo
The grand champion Limousin female at the National Western Stock Show in Denver yesterday was the entry of Sara Sullivan of Dunlap, Iowa. The young female was named JSZC TSSC Larissa 38G ET. | Barbara Duckworth photo
Canadians performed well at the Red Angus open show and the National Gelbvieh show held Jan. 14.
Rodney and Tanya Hollman, owners of Royal Western Gelbvieh at Innisfail, Alta. won champion and reserve spring bull calf banners. They also had a first place bull calf in the Balancer show.
Champion two year old Gelbvieh bull went to Scott Severtson of Innisfail.
Six Mile Red Angus had a first place heifer calf and won champion spring bull calf with a youngster named Six Mile Glory Road 675G. The family also had a first place May heifer calf.
Dave Bablitz of Rainbow Red Angus, Cherhill, Alta. also had a first place heifer calf.
The show opened Jan. 11 and in the first two days more than 106,900 visitors came through the gates. The show runs Jan. 11-26.
Six Mile Red Angus had the champion spring bull calf at the Red Angus show held Jan. 14 during the National Western Stock Show in Denver. The calf, named Six Mile Glory Road 675G, participated in a large show with entrants from the United States and Canada. Tyson Hertz is at the halter. | Barbara Duckworth photo
Scott Severston of Innisfail, Alta., showed the champion two-year-old Gelbvieh bull at the breed’s national show at the National Western Stock show held in Denver, Colorado, Jan. 14. The show features 20 breeds and runs from Jan. 11-16. | Barbara Duckworth photo