Winners declared on day one of Farmfair

The grand champion Speckle Park female was the entry of Wayne Meakin, owner of Outback Stock Farms in Alberta’s Sturgeon County. The winning female came from the two-year-old heifer class with calf at side. | Barbara Duckworth photo

The following champions were declared yesterday on the first day of purebred beef shows at Farmfair International in Edmonton.

Additional photos of the winners can be found below.

All Other Breeds

Grand champion bull: Swiss Tradition Braunvieh, Leduc, Alta.
Reserve bull: (Saler) Care Farms, Thorhild, Alta.
Grand champion female: Care Farms
Reserve female: (Blond d’Aquitaine) Little Creek Farms, Ellscott, Alta.
Premier breeder and exhibitor: Swiss Tradition Braunvieh

Maine Anjou (fullblood)

Grand champion bull: KC Stock Farm, Sangudo, Alta.
Reserve bull: Rusylvia Cattle Co., Derwent, Alta.
Grand champion female: Rusylvia Cattle Co.
Reserve female: Rusylvia Cattle Co.
Premier breeder and exhibitor: Rusylvia Cattle Co.


Grand champion bull: Matlock Farms, Lloydminster, Alta
Reserve bull: Alta Cedar Farms, Alix, Alta.
Grand champion female: Golden Oak Livestock. Red Deer County, Alta.
Reserve female: N/A
Premier breeder and exhibitor: N/A

Speckle Park

Grand champion bull: MX Ranch, Neilburg, Sask.
Reserve bull: River Hill Farm, Neilburg
Grand champion female: Outback Stock Farms, Sturgeon County, Alta.
Reserve female: Outback Stock Farms
Premier breeder: Outback Stock Farms
Premier exhibitor: McAleer Ranching, Unity, Sask.

Legends of the Fall

Grand champion bull: Greenwood Livestock, Lloydminster, Sask. Angus bull
Grand champion female: Rancier Farms, Killam, Alta., Simmental heifer

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