Farmfair International – Thursday results

EDMONTON, Alta. –The second day of Farmfair International featured four beef breed shows including national events for the Shorthorn and Gelbvieh.
The unofficial results are as follows:


(National Show)

Grand champion bull: SLC Strut 146E entered by Severtson Land and Cattle Co., Innisfail, Alta.
Reserve: DVE Davidson Mr February 50G entered by Davidson Gelbvieh, Ponteix, Sask.
Grand champion female: AWB Twin View Gayle 78E ET entered by Joe Barnett, Twin View Livestock, Parkbeg, Sask.
Reserve: DVE Davidson Ms Jennings 29C entered by Davidson Gelbvieh

The grand champion Limousin bull at Farmfair International was Greenwood Electric Impact ET shown by Greenwood Livestock, Lloydminster. This bull is a son of the 2017 Farmfair supreme champion bull and was also grand champion earlier this fall of the Stockade Roundup in Lloydminster. Jaxon Payne is at the halter. | Barbara Duckworth photo


Grand champion bull: Greenwood Electric Impact ET entered by Greenwood Livestock, Lloydminster, Sask.
Reserve: Greenwood God’s Country 706G ET entered by Greenwood Livestock
Grand champion female: Boss Lake Genetics of Parkland County, Alta., with Boss Lake Ms. Molly 814F
Reserve: Greenwood Livestock of Lloydminster with Greenwood Fundamental


(National Show)

Grand champion bull: Bar 33 Easy Money 12E entered by Devan Nault, Bar 33 Ranch Ltd., Pierceland, Sask.
Reserve: SDTRK Cross Country 01G entered by Roy Chamberlain, Sidetrack Stock Farm, High River, Alta.
Grand champion female: Dungannon Ginny Maid 4G ET entered by Nate Rigney, Dungannon Stock Farm, Westlock, Alta.

Reserve: Creekside Addies Present 10F entered by Wendy Bishop, Creekside Shorthorns, Holden, Alta.


Grand champion bull: JT Greater Consensus 113E entered by John Dolliver, JT Livestock, Stettler, Alta.
Reserve: LKCC Bold Venture 194F entered by New Trend Livestock, Strathmore, Alta.
Grand champion female: New Trend Class Act 3E entered by Jacey Massey, New Trend Livestock
Reserve: Sunny Valley Payton 77E entered by Riley Chalack, Ultra Livestock, Carstairs, Alta.

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