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Getting back to the Classic Stampede Steer Classic exhibitors get back to the ring under judge Colton Hamilton GUARDIANS OF THE GRASSLANDS  Short film speaks up for an endangered ecosystem SIMMENTAL SUMMER  Stella Mader & Levi Martin walk away with Summer Synergy wins


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Guardians of the Grasslands

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2021 Summer Synergy Supreme Champions

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Coltin Hamilton gets back to "The Classic"

Award-winning short film speaks up for an endangered ecosystem

Stella Mader and Levi Martin make it a Simmental sweep

Interviewing the judge of the 2021 Calgary Stampede Steer Classic

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LLoydminster Ex Fair Summer Synergy Canadian Charolais Youth Show Red, White & True Classic Perdue Fair Canadian Junior Hereford Bonanza AYCSA Wildrose Classic MRPM Countryfest Weldon Ag Showcase OYCSA & OJA Double Feature

Getting back to the Classic After a year filled with uncertainty, Stampede Steer Classic exhibitors get back to the ring. GUARDIANS OF THE GRASSLANDS Short film speaks up for an endangered ecosystem SIMMENTAL SUMMER Stella Mader & Levi Martin walk away with Summer Synergy wins

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NEWS & NEWSMAKERS

Angus

Farmfair International

The Canadian Junior Angus Association’s 2022 GOAL Leadership Conference will take place on February 19-21 in Toronto, Ontario. For more information please visit www.cdnangus.ca/canadian-junior-angus/

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“It is a great honour to be involved with an organization that recognizes the importance of the agriculture industry in Alberta and that is committed to continuing the legacy of one of Canada’s most recognized livestock shows, Farmfair International” says Jones. And to add to that recognition, Farmfair International has secured $210,000 in added prize money to go to the breed shows. Jones encourages cattle producers to utilize Farmfair International as a platform to showcase their programs locally, nationally and to the world this November in Edmonton. Entries open September 1st.

Hereford

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program helps juniors purchase top quality Gelbvieh genetics, enabling them to grow and improve their herds. The AB/BC board has sponsored one $1,000 sale credit. We are also introducing a "Breeder's Purse Credit” put together by a group of Gelbvieh breeders who want to give back even more to our junior program. The credit amount will be revealed closer to the sale date, and will drastically increase a junior's spending capacity at the Wish List 2021 sale. “Breeder’s Purse Credit” contributors include: Jonus Cattle Co, Hilltop Gelbvieh, Towerview Ranch, Pearson Farms, Limestone Stock Farm, Brittain Gelbvieh, BNH Livestock, Jace Cattle Co., Dusty Rose Cattle Co., Milne's Gelbvieh, and Koziak Land & Cattle. To enter, send us a picture of yourself showing your Gelbvieh or Gelbvieh influenced project at any 2021 junior or 4-H show. Visit the Gelbvieh Association of AB/BC Facebook page for more info.

The Canadian Junior Hereford Association hosted Bonanza in

Avary Hickman is the winner of the CJGA $500 scholarship. We wish her luck at Oklahoma State University.

Canada to offset the costs of purchasing females to start their

The CGA offers a High Point Junior Award Program awarding two $500 gift certificates annually, for open junior and 4-H members respectively. These gift certificates can be used towards the purchase of a Gelbvieh animal and are presented at the CGA's Annual General Meeting in November. Submit your point forms (found on gelbvieh.ca or by contacting the office) to the CGA office by Oct. 15. Congratulations to these youth! 2020 Junior High Point Program Recipients: Brock and Bennett Beauliua; 2020 Junior Incentive Award: Colby Hollman; Junior Incentive runner up: Carson Kassian.

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CANADIAN JUNIOR MAINE-ANJOU ASSOC. The Canadian Junior Maine-Anjou Association will be awarding a junior between the ages of 16 and 21 a $500 scholarship at Agribition! A 300 word essay about what the Maine breed has to offer and about how the breed can promote more effectively to junior cattlemen must be submitted along with one reference letter by Oct. 15 to the CMAA via email (cmaa@maine-anjou.ca)

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Camrose, Alberta from July 27-31, welcoming juniors from BC to the Maritimes with 150 head of cattle. While Bonanza was originally planned to be held in Brandon, Manitoba, an organizing committee of juniors and adults from Alberta and beyond pulled this show together in less than a month to bring juniors together for the first time in two years. For those juniors that could not attend in person, the CJHA also hosted a virtual show with both conformation and non-cattle classes through AssistExpo. Results are available on the CJHA Facebook page. Congratulations to all winners and thank you to all of our generous sponsors and many volunteers who offered their time to make this event successful. Part of Bonanza 2021 was the new Heifer Lottery show. The CJHA Heifer Lottery program awards vouchers to juniors from across own herds. Any junior, with or without a voucher, can purchase a female from a sanctioned heifer lottery breeder or sale to be eligible to be shown in the Heifer Lottery show. This year, the CJHA also added an additional $10,000 to voucher funds beyond what was collected from generous Hereford breeders, allowing 17 juniors to receive Heifer Lottery vouchers. Additionally, Hereford influence females will now be eligible for purchase under the Heifer Lottery program in the upcoming project year. Watch the CJHA Facebook page and Instagram (@canjrherefords) for more updates on junior programs throughout the year, including the Semen Donation program this fall.

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Grasslands WORDS BY JEFF GAYE 

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Short film speaks up for an endangered ecosystem

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Ben, meanwhile, says he is “a recovering

a vitally important one. It sequesters tonnes of

sister Kelly. He doesn’t have an ag background,

carbon and provides a habitat of last refuge for a

but “when I fell in love with Kelly,” he said, “I

huge portion of Canada’s wildlife species at risk.

fell in love with agriculture and the culture of

ou probably know this: unbroken native prairie grassland is a dwindling resource, but

You also know that grazing is necessary for the

aerospace engineer.” He is married to Sarah’s

agriculture as well.”

sustainability of this resource, promoting plant

Before forming Story Brokers, the two

health and regenerating the quality of the soil.

communicated agriculture information through

Unfortunately, the people who need to know all this—Canadian consumers—don’t. Sarah Wray and Ben Wilson are filmmakers with Story Brokers Media House. Their short film Guardians of the Grasslands tells about the ecological benefits of beef production, and its role in sustaining the threatened prairie ecosystem. The film has been screened at film festivals across North America, and has won several awards. More importantly, it has opened the eyes of many viewers, especially urban dwellers who had not previously been exposed to good-news stories about ranching and the environment. Sarah describes herself as a “farm girl,” raised on an Angus operation near Bashaw, Alberta. “I made

their website farm.com. “We started getting a lot of requests to do storytelling and video production for other organizations in the ag industry. And we just grew so much that it became our full-time occupation,” Ben said. Guardians of the Grasslands compares the importance of the native prairie ecosystem to that of the planet’s best-known environmental causes, rain forests and coral reefs. It confronts viewers with some difficult facts: only about 20 per cent of native grassland remains, yet it is home to 80 per cent of Canada’s species at risk. But one ranch can sequester the equivalent of 100,000 Canadians’ annual carbon emissions. These facts were stunning even to Sarah and Ben when they first learned them.

my way into filmmaking mostly because I had a

“We were at a shoot in early July 2019, we

passion for telling agricultural stories,” she said.

happened to be on location where a lady named

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Kristine Tapley, who is in the film, was

“And it just so happened that about two weeks later, we were

speaking,” Sarah said. “She had mentioned that the Canadian grasslands are one of the

at beautiful ranch called the Waldron Ranch in southern Alberta. And we looked around and saw we had all the pieces

most endangered ecosystems, and that sort of shocked both Ben and I because we had never

to make Guardians of the Grasslands while we were filming a story about that ranch.”

really known that.” Ben and Sarah consider themselves to be

Sarah and Ben called on passionate, articulate, and knowledgeable spokespeople to explain the issue—

attentive to environmental issues, and they were surprised to learn that the Canadian

Mickenzie Plemel-Stronks, conservation programs specialist with Duck Unlimited Canada; Ben

grasslands were as ecologically important, and as threatened, as the world’s most well-

Campbell, a rancher from Black Diamond, Alberta; and Kristine Tapley, regional agrologist with

known endangered ecosystems.

Ducks Unlimited Canada.

Sarah said this was partly because as someone

The film was first screened in 2019. But as

who grew up on the land, she had never seen it as under threat.

Sarah and Ben began taking it to film festivals, everything slowed down

“When Ben and I left, we started looking at each other and said, you know, if we ever have

© Storybrokers Media House

an opportunity to tell this story, we need to do it,” she said.

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because of the Covid-19 pandemic.


SPECIAL FEATURE

“I think that's exactly why we made the film— to have people stop long enough to reconsider a narrative that has been created over the last few decades around what cattle mean to the Canadian environment.” “The shutdown started happening, so we quickly pivoted and made the film available for private screenings,” Ben said. “Within less than a year, I think there were over 300 private screenings of the film across Canada, across the U.S., and in other countries including South Africa, Europe, all over the world. People were really interested in hearing more.” Meanwhile, Sarah and Ben continued entering Guardians of the Grasslands into virtual film festivals and offering online viewings. “We were disappointed that we didn't get to attend some of the bigger festivals in person. We would have travelled to Vancouver, there's one in New York and one in Montreal and Ottawa, and several in Toronto that we would have considered attending in person,” Ben said. “But on the upside, we were able to participate in a lot of festivals that we maybe wouldn't have been able to get to physically, by being part of virtual speaker panels with several filmmakers. We were answering questions from the public and from people who were really interested after watching a virtual festival. “So that was really neat. I think we were screened at 25 different festivals and received eight awards,” Ben said. The awards from various festivals were for best director, best research, best cinematography, and best short documentary. But more important than winning awards, Guardians of the Grasslands has been opening eyes—and maybe changing minds. “It was really neat for Ben and I when we went to these festivals. There were people who are environmentalists, who are scientists. There were people who had a passion for art and

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SPECIAL FEATURE

culture, and then also a big community of city people and urban people,” Sarah said.

know what can I do to help?’

already engaging in, which is an

“And she said. ‘I might not start eating

endangered ecosystem. And so it was a really easy transition into a story that really

“And their response was really incredible

steak tomorrow, but what can I do to help

because it was a little bit of shock. For a lot of

raise awareness so that more Canadians

years they've been told that cattle are harmful

can do whatever feels right for them to help

to the environment—and for sure there are

protect the grasslands?’

we meet the urban people where they're at, versus trying to change their habits into

“And that was really powerful,” Ben said.

what we would like them to do.”

Sarah said there’s a lesson for everyone

She said producers also have to engage

in the ag industry to learn: we can make

with the groups that are already doing the work of conservation.

ways that cattle can be not beneficial. “But in Canada, they're a really crucial piece, and that was news for them. So it was met with a lot of questions and a lot of investigation into ‘so what do we do now?’ “I think that's exactly why we made the film—to have people stop long enough to reconsider a narrative that has been created over the last few decades around what cattle mean to the Canadian environment.” Ben recalls a stunning moment when a potential antagonist got up to make a comment. “In Toronto at a screening, there was a woman who stood up during a Q&A session,” he said. “And she said, ‘full disclosure, I am a vegan activist. And I came to this film expecting to feel very differently than I am feeling right now. And

inroads with the food-buying public if we can identify shared concerns—like the environment—and explain how we are on the same page. “This is sort of two facets for me,” she said. “The first one is that as an industry, it’s so important that we start to change the way we communicate with the public. We do such a good job at telling stories, and our

matters to our industry. I think a really important lesson from all of this is how do

“The second thing in terms of an action that everybody can take, is [to work] with so many great groups that are already doing a lot of the work on the land—like Nature Conservancy Canada or Ducks Unlimited Canada—who really work hand in hand with ranchers and with the farming industry to ensure that farming

stories are naturally something that people

and ranching can still happen,” she said.

respond to. But we have to meet the public

“They have so many great opportunities, like volunteer opportunities to help take care of the land where you go for a day of fencing, or you can go and help them pull weeds that are invasive. They've also got a ton of opportunities for ranchers and people in the industry to help create projects like offsite watering systems, or different things to do with intensive managed grazing that allow you to care for the land in a way that benefits the entire landscape in your operation.”

where they're at, versus trying to bring them into our world. We've got to find their world and what they care about.

what I actually am feeling is shame that I

“That was one of the main things

have so many misconceptions about this

with Guardians of the Grasslands. We

industry in Canada, and I would like to

approached it from a spot that they're

Guardians of the Grasslands ends with an eloquent and emotional appeal from Mickenzie Plemel-Stronks to consider what we are doing as we take species to the brink of extinction. Sarah says this level of passion and commitment is common among people who know and love the grasslands.

© Patrick Hendry / Unsplash

“When you sit down and spend time speaking with different people, all facets of the industry, it's a passion. It's something that's close to their hearts, and we get to experience that from them,” she said.

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“We're so incredibly grateful, because that's what keeps us passionate about our work. Mick was incredible, and she's fantastic, but there are so many people like her who care for these grasslands and ecosystems. “And it's why Ben and I do what we do.” Guardians of the Grasslands is available for viewing on YouTube, or through guardiansofthegrasslands.com.


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OGEMA, SASKATCHEWAN  29 May 2021

Judges Chad Wilson (Heifers); Katie Songer (Steers) – Photos Prairierose Graphic Co.

GRAND CHAMPION HEIFER, CHAMPION ANGUS

RESERVE CHAMPION HEIFER, CHAMP AOB

Carson Liebreich

Taylor Reid

SOUTH CENTRAL SPRING CLASSIC CHAMPION SIMMENTAL HEIFER Cassidy Beres

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CHAMPION HEREFORD HEIFER

RESERVE HEREFORD HEIFER

RESERVE SIMMENTAL HEIFER

Kylee Dixon

Kyla Lees

Tanner McCormack

GRAND CHAMPION STEER, DIVISION V CHAMPION

RESERVE STEER, DIV I CHAMPION

Colt Blacklock

Lauren Buist

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CHAMPION CHAROLAIS HEIFER

CHAMPION SR CROSSBRED HEIFER

RESERVE SR CROSSBRED HEIFER

Jack Wright

Amberlee Damon

Zach Hill

RESERVE ANGUS HEIFER

DIVISION II CHAMPION STEER

DIVISION III RESERVE STEER

Callie Steen

Casie Brokenshire

Kylie Berner

DIVISION I RES STEER

DIVISION II RESERVE STEER

DIVISION IV RESERVE STEER

Lilly Howell

Sadee Howell

Grady Gutzke

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JOSEPHBURG COUNTRY CLASSIC JOSEPHBURG, ALBERTA  26 June 2021

Judges Cole & Jill Harvie (Open); Riley Leeson (Junior) – Photos Tia Schram

CHAMPION OPEN STEER

CHAMPION OPEN HEIFER

CHAMPION JUNIOR STEER

Kehler Eaton

Kehler Eaton

Kyle Yaremko

RESERVE OPEN STEER

RESERVE OPEN HEIFER

RESERVE JUNIOR STEER

Kord Philips

Carter Wood

Riley Pashulka

CHAMPION JUNIOR FEMALE

RESERVE JUNIOR FEMALE

Kasey Adams

Halley Adams

GRAND ISLAND, NEBRASKA  7 July 2021

NATIONAL JR LIMOUSIN SHOW & CONGRESS

Judge Blake Nelson – Photos NALF

GRAND CHAMPION COW/CALF PAIR Boss Lake MS Molly 812F, Wiley Fanta

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FRONTIER DAYS SWIFT CURRENT, SK  30 June - 3 July 2021

Judges (Steers) Trent & Janelle Liebreich (Heifers) Sarah Buchanan – Photos Jody Seidler

CHAMPION 4-H STEER

SUPREME CH HEIFER, CH HEREFORD

SUPREME 4-H FEMALE, 2ND YR FUTURITY CH

Trigg Pittman

Joss Pittman

Trigg Pittman

RESERVE CHAMPION 4-H STEER

RES SUPREME HEIFER, CH GELBVIEH

RESSUPREME4-HFEMALE,3RDYRFUTURITYCH

Luc Smith

Jaime Davidson

Jayda Blaschuck

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NATIONAL JR SHORTHORN SHOW LACOMBE, ALBERTA  09-11 July 2021

Judge Doug & Katie Roxburgh – Photos Grant Rolston Photography

CHAMPION OPEN FEMALE

CHAMPION OPEN BULL

CHAMPION BRED & OWNED FEMALE

ACC Madi 6F with Me 'N My Johnny 52J (also Champ Bred & Owned Bull), Sadie Anwender

Hatfield Andrew 71H, Nolan Vandersluis

DASF Miss Peggy 7H, Evan Patriquin

RESERVE OPEN FEMALE

RESERVE OPEN BULL

RESERVE BRED & OWNED FEMALE

Shadybrook Millie 44H, Landon Schutz

Bell M Affinity 35H, Royce Moellenbeck

DASF Billie Jean 1J, Evan Patriquin

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SUPREME BREEDING HEIFER & CHAMPION HEREFORD

RES SUPREME BREEDING HEIFER & CHAMPION ANGUS

Elm-Lodge KT Head Turner 17H, Katie Elmhirst

Brantnor Rosebud 2H, James Everett

CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL Jordan Phillips

YOUTH FORUM LINDSAY, ONTARIO

10 – 11 July 2021

JUDGE Jack Oattes  PHOTOS Barn Girls

RESERVE ANGUS HEIFER

CHAMPION CROSSBRED HEIFER

IRCC Fantasia 85H, Katie Elmhirst

Harmony, Brodie Phillips

RESERVE HEREFORD HEIFER

RESERVE CROSSBRED HEIFER

CHAMPION LIMOUSIN HEIFER

Elm-Lodge BD Hugs N Kisses 67H, Katie Elmhirst

Jordan Phillips

Crown Hill Shameless 2H, Jocelyn Kennedy

CHAMPION SIMMENTAL HEIFER

CHAMPION SHORTHORN HEIFER

CHAMPION CHAROLAIS HEIFER

IRCC Hot Tamale 25H, Katie Elmhirst

Independent Ren's Storm 6H, Blair McGlashan

DF MS Monte Carlo 043H, Taylor Mackey

RESERVE SIMMENTAL HEIFER

RESERVE SHORTHORN HEIFER

RESERVE CHAROLAIS HEIFER

IRCC E2 Hot Diggity 29H, Emily Mackey

Little Rebel Hissy Fit 1H, Blair McGlashan

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OLDS, ALBERTA  11 July 2021

Judge Colton Hamilton – Photos AgPlus Photography

GRAND CHAMPION STEER

RESERVE CHAMPION STEER

Kehler Eaton

Cheyenne Symens

CALGARY STAMPEDE JUNIOR STEER CLASSIC

THIRD OVERALL STEER Colt Blacklock

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FOURTH OVERALL STEER

FIFTH OVERALL STEER

SIXTH OVERALL STEER

London Matthews

Kord Phillips

Kailey Wirsta

CLASS 1 WINNER

CLASS 2 WINNER

CLASS 5 WINNER

Jaryn Lehmann

Lauren Buist

Eric Smith

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LLOYD EXHIBITION FAIR LLOYDMINSTER, SASKATCHEWAN  14 July 2021

Judges Greg Pugh (Open); Matthew Trefiak (Junior) – Photos T.R.F. Photography

OPEN CHAMPION FEMALE

GRAND CHAMPION STEER

CHAMPION JUNIOR FEMALE

Justamere 9303 Ruth 924H, Justamere Farms

Kehler Eaton

NGDB Lady 119H, Jaylee Klinger

OPEN RESERVE FEMALE

RESERVE CHAMPION STEER

RESERVE JUNIOR FEMALE

Boss Lake Ms. Instinct 012H, Boss Lake Genetics and Dudgeon Cattle Co.

Cheyenne Symens

Miss Prairie Cove 19H, Kehler Eaton

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POST-SHOW REVIEW

It's a

Simmental

Summer WORDS BY BRUCE DERKSEN 

  PHOTOS BY AG PLUS DESIGN & PHOTOGRAPHY & TOP STOCK

Stella Mader and Levi Martin sweep the Summer Synergy Supreme show with their Simmental projects.

T

Parents Ryley and Jill, along with Stella

But she was a big piece of our breeding

and younger brother Hawkin farm together

program, and as a partnership cow, we

Alberta was once again a whirlwind of

with Ryley’s parents, Randy and Ronda.

eventually let her go so we could build on

activity for young exhibitors and their beef

The family holds an annual bull sale on the

other cows.”

projects as immense efforts were made

3rd Friday in February and a female sale

to present both the four and two legged

each October.

The younger Violet is sired by TJSC Boone

he week of Summer Synergy at the Regional Exhibition Grounds in Olds,

competitors in the best possible light. For 11-year-old Stella Mader of Carstairs, Alberta and 16-year-old Levi Martin of Stettler, Alberta, the finale wrapping up the week's festivities saw the two walk away with the Supreme Champion Purebred Female and Supreme Champion Commercial Female honours respectively.

Pickens 46C, a son of the legendary

Stella competed in 4H until last year when

Remington Lock N Load 54U.

she and Hawkin entered the High Stakes

Stella and the family liked Violet right from

Junior Beef Club, a new organization started in part by the Maders along with

the beginning as dad Ryley had his eye on her as a young calf. She quickly became

other family relatives. The new association

a family favourite and due to this, was

accommodates ages 7 through 18, thus

retained for showing rather than sold.

Hawkin was able to take part.

“She’s our new Violet and has the Mader

Violet is an embryo calf out of LFE BS

Stella Mader and Mader Violet 49H

name. There’s a lot of pride when you can

Violet 641A, herself a Farmfair Champion

put your own name in front of a winning

Stella’s route to the finals saw her and her

Female. Together with their partners, the

heifer,” Jill expressed.

heifer, Mader Violet 49H first selected as

Maders purchased a share of the cow from

Champion Purebred Simmental Female

Lewis Farms of Spruce Grove, Alberta.

giving them the berth into the Supreme

“We bought Violet’s mom quite a few years

Heifer Calf. This summer, Hawkin showed

ago as a donor cow and two years ago we

her and won Grand Champion Female in

Mader Ranches is home to approximately

sold her,” says Jill Mader. “We were very

their local club show and from there they

300 Simmental and SimAngus cows.

sad and had done really well with her.

traveled to Summer Synergy, where

Championships to finish the event.

Her first win came in Lloydminster last fall where she claimed Reserve Champion

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POST-SHOW REVIEW

Hawkin and Violet won the Jackpot and Pee Wee

they look at, but the handler still has to do a good job. I

shows. Being too young to enter the open portion of the

think I got lucky to win,” she laughed.

competition, Stella took the lead, and she and Violet

Jill adds they plan to keep Violet and continue showing her,

claimed the Champion Purebred Simmental Female and Supreme Champion Purebred Female titles. During the Supreme Championship, Violet was a handful for Stella to control. “She wasn’t acting very nice,” complained Stella. “I was pretty frustrated with her. She wanted to go back to the stall and was being the sassy heifer who knows what she wants.” When it came to decision time, Judges Justin Morrison, Kyle O’Neill and Rodney Hollman had a tough chioce to make with so many quality animals competing. “I got lucky to win,” declared Stella. “It’s mostly the animal

“It's mostly the animal they look at, but the handler still has to do a good job...I got lucky to win.”

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possibly as a cow/calf pair. “We’ve flushed her once already and we’ll continue to do that. She’ll go into the donor program at our place so we can try to duplicate her,” she explained. Stella plans to use the gift card she won to buy more show supplies and to share her cash winnings with Hawkin as they both worked hard with Violet. “The favorite part of Summer Synergy for me was showing Violet,” said Stella. “I really like showing and want to keep doing it. I love going to Summer Synergy because my friends are there, and I get to show my animals.” Stella receives congratulations from mom Jill after her Supreme win. © Top Stock


Levi competes in the Supreme drive with Luna after a very successful week. © Top Stock

Levi Martin and CHM Luna 21F 16-year-old Levi Martin’s Summer Synergy experience was also filled with highlights as his 3-year-old commercial Simmental female CHM Luna 21F (Luna) and her calf Raya took centre stage. Luna was selected Champion 4H Female, Champion Commercial Simmental Female and finally took the top honors of Supreme Commercial Female. Levi and his parents, Dwayne and Paula Martin, along with sister Trinity, operate Martin Cattle Services in the Stettler, Alberta area. After moving from the Warburg region, the family built up their present farm, raising a mixture of Charolais, Angus and Simmental cattle. The Martins show out of the Hastings Coulee 4H Beef Club where Levi says the competition is fierce, but friends and fun are plentiful. Luna was purchased as a calf by the Martins from Chase Miller of Miller Livestock, Cremona, Alberta. “I liked her when I first saw her but was a little skeptical because she was a younger calf—March born,” said Levi. “When we bought her, she was a little smaller, not the biggest female in the pen they had, and maybe not having the sheer power of the others. But I think as she’s come on,

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“I thought we had a good chance to win. I knew we were in the hunt, at least in the top three, as there were some other really nice cattle in the ring.” she’s started to put more spring of rib and stoutness in and she’s remained very nice fronted.” Her first major win came as a yearling at the Summer Synergy Jackpot Heifer Show where she claimed the Reserve Champion title. This summer, Luna nabbed Reserve Champion honors at the local Hastings Coulee 4H exhibition and Champion Commercial Female in the Regional show. Levi believed Luna had a decent chance during the Commercial Simmental Female show at Synergy but admits it was a happy and surprising situation when the win actually happened.

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Hawkin Mader shows Violet at the Canadian Junior All Breeds Show, © AgPlus Design & Photography

Later, during the Supreme Commercial Female competition, as judge Danny Skeels passed by Luna and Raya, Levi asked if there was anything wrong with his animal, what it might be. “I like to ask judges this question if I can,” Levi said. “Mr. Skeels told me there was absolutely nothing wrong with her and if she had been a purebred, she might be at his farm. There’s always worry for me, but I thought we had a good chance to win. I knew we were in the hunt, at least in the top three, as there were some other really nice cattle in the ring.” For the win, Levi took home a buckle and $500, along with a pair of buckle boards for the successes earlier in the week. He’s thankful to Summer Synergy and provincial 4H for putting on the show because he understands how tough the past year has been. “Luna is definitely going to end up in our cow herd. She’s a keeper and the keystone of my herd. I’d say she’s the nicest commercial cow I’ve ever had. Since I’m thinking about going into purebred Simmental, I’m going to take her genetics and keep breeding them purebred until I get a purebred out of them and go from there.”


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SUMMER SYNERGY

SUPREME CHAMPION PUREBRED FEMALE, CHAMPION SIMMENTAL, CHAMPION JACKPOT HEIFER Mader Violet 49H, Stella Mader and Hawkin Mader

SUPREME CHAMPION COMMERCIAL FEMALE, CHAMPION SIMMENTAL, 4-H CHAMPION COMMERCIAL FEMALE CHM Luna 21F, Levi Martin

OLDS, ALBERTA  12 – 17 July 2021

Photos AgPlus Photography

JUDGES Justin Morrison (Purebred, Supreme); Kyle O'Neill (Commercial, Supreme); Rodney Hollman (Supreme); Danny Skeels (Provincial 4-H); Toby and Ryley Noble (Jackpot Heifers)

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CHAMPION PUREBRED ANGUS

CHAMPION PUREBRED RED ANGUS

CHAMPION PUREBRED AOB

MICH Wheatland Lady Lola 110H, Kaden Michelson

Red Ter-Ron 6 Mile Misty 131H, Kasey Adams

Harvie MS Gwen, Tinley Harvie

RESERVE PUREBRED ANGUS

RESERVE PUREBRED RED ANGUS

RESERVE PUREBRED AOB

Riverfront Annie K 008H, Paisley Robertson

Red Wilbar Blockana 653H, Kylie Willms

RSK 695D Miss Sage 26H, Tinley Harvie

CHAMPION COMMERCIAL ANGUS

RESERVE COMMERCIAL RED ANGUS

CHAMPION COMMERCIAL AOB

Fairland Lady Like 5H, Reed Howell

Red Double B Belle 012, Baxter Blair

Flurry, Bryanne Peltzer

RESERVE COMMERCIAL ANGUS

RESERVE PUREBRED SIMMENTAL, 4-H CHAMP PUREBRED FEMALE

Reids Caramel Latte 6H, Cole Reid

Reids Krystal 75H, Hunter Reid

RESERVE COMMERCIAL AOB

RF Scream 974G, Kade Rancier

RESERVE CHAMPION JACKPOT HEIFER Red Ter-Ron 6 Mile Misty 131H, Kasey Adams

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SUMMER SYNERGY OLDS, ALBERTA  12 – 17 July 2021

Photos AgPlus Photography

CHAMPION PUREBRED SPECKLE PARK

CHAMP COMMERCIAL SPECKLE PARK

4-H RESERVE PUREBRED FEMALE

KFC Heroine 12H, Riley Breuer

Dolly, Tell Calvert

RF Miss 085H, Carter Wood

RESERVE PUREBRED SPECKLE PARK

RESERVE COMMERCIAL SPECKLE PARK

4-H RESERVE COMMERCIAL FEMALE

Red Maple Lady Honeydew 2H, Austin Cartwright

Glamour, Tell Calvert

Macey, Abbey D Severtson

OLDS, ALBERTA  16 July 2021

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Judge Rodney & Tanya Hollman – Photos Robbie Chomik

CHAMPION BRED HEIFER

CHAMPION TWO-YEAR-OLD PAIR

RESERVE HEIFER CALF

Miss Prairie Cove 68H, Keegan Blehm

SOS Lip Gloss 86G, Tyson Black

Miss Prairie Cove 110J, Indy Fowler

RESERVE BRED HEIFER

RESERVE TWO-YEAR-OLD PAIR

RESERVE MATURE COW/CALF PAIR

HBC Ikea 11H, Justin Harcourt

MVY Precious 80G, Payton Caldwell

MMM Firefly 73E, Reegan McLeod

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OLDS, ALBERTA  16 July 2021

Judge Rodney & Tanya Hollman – Photos Robbie Chomik

CHAMPION CHAROLAIS FEMALE, CH HEIFER CALF

RESERVE PUREBRED CHAROLAIS, CH MATURE PAIR

Miss Prairie Cove 111J, Scarlet Fowler

RMM Jessicaha Glam 79F, Danna Bouchard

CANADIAN CHAROLAIS YOUTH SHOW

**Canadian Charolais Youth Show Champions represented the Charolais breed in the Summer Synergy Supreme Show

CH COMMERCIAL CHAROLAIS

CHAMPION MARKET STEER

CHAMPION BULL CALF

C&T Jigger 10F, Kaycee Buchanan

Smoke Show, Joss Pittman

RMM Show Stopper 1J, Danna Bouchard

RES COMMERCIAL CHAROLAIS

RESERVE MARKET STEER

RESERVE BULL CALF

Red Arrow Pretty Penny 55H, Joss Pittman

Harrison, Jorja Beck

SOS Granite Pld 59J, Tyson Black

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CH PB FEMALE, RES BRED & OWNED BULL

CHAMPION PUREBRED BULL

CHAMPION PEEWEE FEMALE

WCC 100B Jessica 9100G & NCX Jessica's Jester 91J, Gabrielle Cheremshynski

KEG Red Swag 128H, Chloe Parent

Myles Van Sickle

RESERVE BRED & OWNED FEMALE

RES PB BULL, CH BRED & OWNED BULL

RESERVE PEEWEE FEMALE

SUN 33D Daisy 8H, Emma Cross

LBH 38T Standard Dom 220H, Daniel Schuepbach

Ellen Jones

RED, WHITE & TRUE CLASSIC HARDISTY, ALBERTA  16-18 July 2021

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Judge Mark Matejka – Photos K-Cow Design/Eagle View Photography

CHAMPION HEREFORD INFL FEMALE

CHAMPION HEREFORD INFL STEER

HEIFER BRACKET CHAMPION

XTC 207E Martina 101G, Jane Stafford

Gray Fenton

OVHF Ms Braxton 143H, Lyndsey Smith

RESERVE HEREFORD INFL FEMALE

RESERVE HEREFORD INFL STEER

HEIFER BRACKET RESERVE

Holly, Rylan Stafford

Kailey Wirsta

Remitall-West Rita ET 40H, Paige Van Sickle

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PERDUE, SASKATCHEWAN  23-24 July 2021

Photos ShowChampions

JUDGES (Open) Lee & Dawn Wilson; (Jackpot) Kevin & Kailey Wirsta; (Junior Show) Alvin, Mary Kate, Georgia Pawlitza

CHAMPION JACKPOT STEER Leah Libke

PERDUE CATTLE SHOW

RESERVE JACKPOT STEER Cheyenne Symens

CHAMPION JACKPOT HEIFER Merit Cattle Co

SUPREME CHAMPION BULL, CHAMPION ANGUS Wilbar Greenlight 839H, Wilbar Cattle Co.

RESERVE JACKPOT HEIFER Joss Pittman

JUNIOR SHOW CHAMPION FEMALE

SUPREME CHAMP FEMALE, CH HEREFORD, JR SHOW RES FEMALE

Danna Bouchard

HMS Hi-Cliffe 225D Glamour 32G and Jupiter 23J, Jay Morgan Millham

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CANADIAN JUNIOR HEREFORD BONANZA CAMROSE, AB  27-31 July 2021

Photos Grant Rolston Photography

CHAMPION HEIFER CALF Hunter Reid

JUDGES (Open) Lee & Dawn Wilson; (Steers & Commercials) Nicona Brost; (Bred & Owned Shows, Heifer Lottery Show, Semen Donation Show) Anne Brunet-Burgess

RESERVE HEIFER CALF Tyler Schmidt

CHAMPION JUNIOR YEARLING HEIFER GRAND CHAMPION FEMALE, 2-YEAR-OLD, & BRED & OWNED FEMALE

Jay Morgan Millham

Jay Morgan Millham

RESERVE JUNIOR YEARLING HEIFER Emma Lees

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RESERVE CHAMPION FEMALE, RESERVE 2-YEAR-OLD

RESERVE YEARLING BULL

Ryder Nelson

Tyler Schmidt

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CHAMPION MATURE COW/CALF Emma Lees

GRAND CHAMPION BULL, JUNIOR CHAMPION Zachary Latimer

RESERVE MATURE COW/CALF Brooklyn Trask

CHAMPION SENIOR YEARLING HEIFER Rebecca Hess

RESERVE BULL, SENIOR CHAMPION, & CH BRED & OWNED BULL Jay Morgan Millham

RESERVE SENIOR YEARLING HEIFER Maysa Nelson

RESERVE TWO-YEAR-OLD BULL

CH BULL CALF, RES BRED & OWNED BULL

RESERVE BULL CALF

Jayda Blaschuck

Jay Morgan Millham

Sven McTavish

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CH MARKET STEER, CHAMPION HERF INFL STEER

RES MARKET STEER & CH STRAIGHT HEREFORD STEER

Kailey Wirsta

Jackson Lees

CHAMPION COMMERCIAL FEMALE

CHAMPION COMMERCIAL STEER CALF

CHAMPION HEIFER LOTTERY FEMALE

Zachary Latimer

Shelten Grabler

Tinley Harvie

RESERVE COMMERCIAL FEMALE

RESERVE COMMERCIAL STEER CALF

RESERVE HEIFER LOTTERY FEMALE

Levi Rimke

Ruby Fehlauer

Parker Springford

RES HEREFORD INFLUENCE STEER

CHAMPION SEMEN DONATION FEMALE

RESERVE BRED & OWNED FEMALE

Cole Hewitt

Emma Cross

Kylee Dixon

RES STRAIGHT HEREFORD STEER

CHAMPION SEMEN DONATION BULL

Andrew Charlton

Daniel Schuepbach

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CHAMPION PUREBRED FEMALE

RESERVE PUREBRED FEMALE

RF Scream 974G, Kade Rancier

Mader Violet 49H, Hawkin Mader

ACYSA WILDROSE CLASSIC STETTLER, AB  29 July - Aug 1 2021

Judges Blake Morton & Darcy Olesky – Photos Seven D Media

CHAMPION PUREBRED BULL

RESERVE PUREBRED BULL

Virginia Bowman 100H, Garren Skeels

MOES Genuine 87J, Gary Waldron

CHAMPION COMMERCIAL FEMALE

CHAMPION COMMERCIAL BULL

CH PB BRED & OWNED FEMALE

CHM Luna 21F, Levi Martin

Flare, Layne Cuthbertson

Anchor D Garren's Pandora 327H, Garren Skeels

RESERVE COMMERCIAL FEMALE

RESERVE COMMERCIAL BULL

RES PB BRED & OWNED FEMALE

SMRT Ms Diva 30H, Travis Edwards

CCC Heavy Metal 7J, Ashtyn Chessal

YRJR Attitudes Ready or Not 27H, JR Good

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MNRP COUNTRYFEST MAPLE RIDGE, BC  21 July 2021

Judges Ty Dietrich – Photos Brooklyn Nielsen

CHAMPION STEER

SUPREME FEMALE, CH COW/CALF

RESERVE SUPREME FEMALE, CH HEIFER

Aubre Higgins

Jordan Etele

Emma Worthington

RESERVE STEER

RESERVE COW/CALF

RESERVE HEIFER

Linden Hastie

Christopher Coutts

Ashley Allen

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OVERALL CHAMPION BULL

OVERALL CHAMPION FEMALE

Peters Simmentals

Hayden Elliot-Nelson

WELDON AG SHOWCASE WELDON, SASKATCHEWAN  31 July 2021

Photos Paige Holmquist JUDGES (Open Show & Steer Jackpot) Matt & Carissa Hordos; (Bred Heifer Jackpot) Tyrell Wenig, Katie Wilson, Janine Kernaleguen

RESERVE OVERALL BULL

RESERVE OVERALL FEMALE

Hayden Elliot-Nelson

Anna Wielgosz

CHAMPION PROSPECT STEER

CHAMPION JACKPOT HEIFER

CHAMPION STEER

Arch Holdings

Rylan McGillvray

Tyson Porter

RESERVE PROSPECT STEER

RESERVE JACKPOT HEIFER

RESERVE STEER

Arch Holdings

Rebecca Porter

Teslyn Kajner

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OYCSA & OJA DOUBLE FEATURE

SUPREME CHAMPION FEMALE, CHAMPION ANGUS FEMALE, SENIOR CHAMPION Worth-Mor Shakura 5E, Mitchell McCrady

SUPREME CHAMPION BULL, CHAMPION ANGUS, CHAMPION YEARLING Premier Rip 29H, Katelyn Redner

LINDSAY, ONTARIO  6 – 9 August 2021

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Judge Jordan Buba – Photos Stacy Young


RESERVE ANGUS FEMALE, CHAMPION JR YEARLING

RESERVE ANGUS BULL, CHAMPION BULL CALF

IRCC Fantasia 85H, Katie Elmhirst

Premier Junction 100, Abby Debus

CHAMP COMMERCIAL ANGUS FEMALE, CH JR YEARLING

RES CH COMMERCIAL ANGUS FEMALE, & CH HEIFER CALF

Harmony, Jordan Phillips

Worth-Mor Rocket 102J, Mason Petherick

CHAMPION ANGUS HEIFER CALF

CH ANGUS SR YEARLING

RES ANGUS SR FEMALE, CH 2-YEAR OLD

HCCC Jewel 7J, Brady Hasson

Black Lane Georgina 2003H, Heidi McFadden

EF Saras Dream 942, Morgan MacIntyre

RESERVE ANGUS HEIFER CALF

RESERVE ANGUS SR YEARLING

RES ANGUS COMMERCIAL HEIFER CALF

Irvineside Jamboree 1J, Katie Elmhirst

Boss Lake Ms Instinct 012H, Grace Dudgeon

Phillips "T" Jordan Phillips

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CHAMPION SIMMENTAL FEMALE, CH HEIFER CALF

RESERVE SIMMENTAL FEMALE, CH YEARLING

IRCC Jessica 105J, Heidi McFadden

RPCC Red High Light 207H, Shelby Crawford

OYCSA & OJA DOUBLE FEATURE LINDSAY, ONTARIO  6 – 9 August 2021

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Judge Jordan Buba – Photos Stacy Young

RESERVE SIMMENTAL HEIFER CALF

CHAMP SIMMENTAL 2-YEAR-OLD PAIR

CHAMPION SIMMENTAL BULL CALF

Black River Red Jewel 33J, Brandy Thaxter

Xcel PHCC Ebonys Glory Days,

Black River Playboy, Brandy Thaxter

RESERVE SIMMENTAL YEARLING

RES SIMMENTAL 2-YEAR-OLD PAIR

RESERVE SIMMENTAL BULL CALF

AHL Helena 11H, Shailey Magee

Tonette Georgia Peach, Hazel Stillman

AHL Journey 6J, Sydney McGee

CHAMP SIMMENTAL MATURE PAIR

CHAMPION BRED & OWNED FEMALE

RESERVE BRED & OWNED FEMALE

Jase Ever So Clever, Tyler Turpin

LHF Jade 01J, Lauren Johnson

GCS Em And Em 103J, Gus Reid

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CHAMP COMMERCIAL SIMM FEMALE, 2-YEAR-OLD PAIR

RESERVE COMMERCIAL SIMM FEMALE, CH HEIFER CALF

Phillips Taylor 1G, Jordan Phillips

RPCC Crawfdown Red Alicia 07J, Josie Crawford

CHAMPION SIMMENTAL STEER

RESERVE SIMMENTAL STEER

RESERVE SIMM COMM HEIFER CALF

Jordan Phillips

Jordan Phillips

RPCC Crawfdown Blue Sue 03J, Shelby Crawford

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POST-SHOW REVIEW

Colton Hamilton Gets back to “The Classic” WORDS BY MONA HOWE 

  PHOTOS BY LOREE PHOTOGRAPHY, BOX T PHOTOGRAPHY, & SHOWCHAMPIONS

And after a year filled with uncertainty, Stampede Steer Classic exhibitors get back to the ring. orn and raised just up the road, Colton Hamilton is no stranger to the Calgary Stampede, and 2021 certainly wasn’t his first time setting foot in the ring for the Calgary Stampede Junior Steer Classic. This time, however, Hamilton would be the judge rather than an exhibitor at Canada’s most prestigious steer show.

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Judge Hamilton’s roots run deep in the cattle industry. His parents, Gavin and Mabel Hamilton, started Belvin Angus 42 years ago. When they were married in 1975, Gavin worked for Colton’s great-uncle, David Bradshaw, at Aberlynn Angus. “This is how our family got started in the Angus breed,” he says.

“It was a really cool honor to judge the steer show, to be part of the history of it,” says Hamilton, who raises cattle with his family at Innisfail, Alberta.

Before then, the breed of choice was Shorthorn for the Hamiltons and horned Hereford for the Churches, his mother’s family. While both are good, solid foundation British breeds, “I’m biased towards the Angus and glad my parents chose that route,” he chuckles.

Growing up, showing their purebred Angus cattle at the Calgary Stampede was a can’tmiss event for Hamilton and his family. At that time, prior to Steer Classic moving to its junior format, open breed shows were part of the Stampede’s livestock shows. “I only showed in the Steer Classic one year,” he recalls, “but was always there helping my cousin and friends fit their cattle.”

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A couple years after completing his economics degree from the University of Calgary in 2006, Hamilton purchased the original family homestead from his grandmother. It was originally settled by his great-grandfather Matthew Hamilton in 1892.

Belvin Angus continues to grow and evolve with the next generation, which includes Hamilton, his sister Quinn and her husband, Brendyn Elliot. Their cow herd numbers have expanded to more than 350 head, supporting their annual bull sale in March and their recent addition of a fall female sale every second year. Increasing their herd numbers hasn’t been the sole priority though. “It is just as important, if not more, that we use and produce the highest quality genetics possible for our customers,” Hamilton explains. “Ninety percent of those customers are our commercial bull buyers,” he says, “so we focus on traits that are important to them.” This means they are constantly breeding efficient, sound, good mothers with good udders. “Cattle that can go out and work and be low input is one thing we strive for.”


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© Loree Photography


© ShowChampions

POST-SHOW REVIEW

This foundation, coupled with the

terms of genetics and data and

right combination of calving ease and

the traits that are finding success in

performance, allows them to sell bulls that

different environments.”

sire good, functional cattle. And as the

Having evaluated his first solo show at the

industry moves forward, they have added prime carcass traits to their list of priorities. “Balance is a huge key,” stresses Hamilton. “A balance of these traits makes cattle really functional in a lot of different ways.”

local level in 2004, Hamilton has gone on to judge several high-calibre shows on the national and international stage. From the National Angus and Simmental Show in Sweden back in 2012 to the Black Angus

Hamilton believes judging cattle,

show at Farmfair in 2019, Hamilton says

particularly show cattle, goes hand in

there has been many highlights along

hand with breeding cattle. He credits both

the way.

his parents with teaching him how to

More recently Hamilton made the trip to

effectively breed and evaluate cattle. That,

Indian River, Ontario to sort a unique show

along with opportunities to participate

hosted at the farm of some well-known

in 4-H, Alberta Junior Angus Association

Simmental and Hereford breeders. “With

shows, Canadian Junior All Breeds Show

the Royal in Toronto being canceled again

and other junior livestock competitions,

Billy and Juanita Elmhirst went ahead and

laid the groundwork for his judging future.

put together a heck of a show,” he explains.

Other valuable sources of inspiration

“It was a 260-head deal in their backyard,

include his industry peers across

and it was neat as anything.”

North America, as well as travelling

Next, Hamilton is looking forward to

internationally to places like Argentina.

judging the Angus show at Agro Feria El

“There’s always something you can learn.

Valle in Chihuahua, Mexico this fall. “No

And you can get left behind in a hurry if

matter where it’s at there’s always a neat

you are not advancing and evolving in

story to go along with each show you

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Top Left Colton Hamilton sorts the Angus show at Farmfair International. © ShowChampions

Top Right The Hamilton family in front of the Belvin Angus sale barn. From left to right, farm staff Callum Miller, Colton Hamilton, Mabel and Gavin Hamilton, Quinn, Ivy and Brendyn Elliot. © Box T Photography


© Box T Photography

“There's always something you can learn. And you can get left behind in a hurry if you're not advancing and evolving.”

judge,” he reflects. “Knowing that they value your opinion enough to ask you makes it a real honour to judge these shows.” The events, or lack thereof, over past year and half have added a whole new perspective. It has been no small task for the committees putting these shows together, and for the Junior Steer Classic it was no different. Normally hosted in downtown Calgary as one the Stampede’s events, this year the show was held at the Olds Regional Exhibition Megadome. “I commend the committee and all the people involved for following through and making this show work,” says Hamilton. It was equally challenging for the exhibitors to have cattle prepared for this level of competition. As a result, there were a few less

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Judge Hamilton congratulates Kehler Eaton and his Grand Champion Steer at the 2021 Steer Classic. © AgPlus Photography

“I applaud the kids that went to all the work to get these steers ready... The level of dedication amongst these juniors is impressive.”

some depth of rib, hip and body shape that appeared to have fleshing ability.

entries than usual, but it was still a great turn out considering the circumstances. “I applaud the kids that went to all the work to get these steers ready not even knowing if they would have anywhere to show. The level of dedication amongst these juniors is impressive,” Hamilton remarks. During the competition Hamilton sorted through at total of 42 steers weighing anywhere from 1,100 to 1,600 pounds. Even though the numbers were down slightly, he found the quality was as high as ever, which he appreciated. “It is always easy to judge good cattle. The more good cattle, the better,” according to Hamilton. Sorting through the preliminary splits, he analyzed each steer’s natural muscle, thickness over the top, structure and fat cover, as well as the overall eye appeal of the animal. The steers that rose to the top were sound, clean-fronted animals with

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“I can’t stand here and tell you exactly how the steers would grade once the hides are off, but I can pick out the ones with the most red meat, the ones that will have good value in our industry at the end of the day,” he told the crowd during the show. He determines which steers are likely to yield higher by looking at their exterior make-up and feeling for fat cover over their rib. But genetics is the biggest determining factor when it comes to marbling in the meat. “Identifying marbling is a combination of real carcass data and EPD’s paired with knowing the animals genetics, and in that case the more data the better,” he says. “The champion drive was an exceptional group.” Hamilton was pleased with how well the Grand and Reserve Champion steers paired together, both coming out of the heaviest weight class at 1,480 and 1,460 pounds, respectively. “Especially when we got to the championship class of 14, they were the two

steers that came together and matched each other well. They were the most impressive phenotypically to look at, plus they were in the heavier end of the show, but still of the weight acceptable in the industry today. They had a nice amount of finish.” Grand Champion honours were awarded to Kehler Eaton of Lloydminster, AB with his black steer, Barrett, sired by Here I Am. Kehler took home $2,500 cash and $6,250 in scholarships for his efforts. Reserve Champion was claimed by Cheyenne Symens of Claresholm, AB and Blue, her Monopoly-sired steer. $1,500 cash along with $4,250 in scholarships were her rewards. A grand total of $24,000 in cash and scholarships was awarded to Junior Steer Classic Show exhibitors. In his final remarks Hamilton mentioned, “these kids do a great job clipping, fitting and showing these animals. It is very cool to see the huge amount of effort they put in and that they get out there and continue to do what they love. In the end, that’s what these steer shows are all about.”


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FALL CALENDAR

Events UPCOMING SALES

SEPT 25 OCT 9

  Blenview & RK Cattle Private Treaty Sale   hosted at Blenview Farms, Belwood, Ontario

  Remitall West Production Sale   at the Ranch, Olds, Alberta

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UPCOMING EVENTS

SEPT 23

  Lindsay Exhibition   Lindsay Fairgrounds, Lindsay, Ontario

SEPT 24-26

  Provincial Winter Fair   Circle Creek Ranch, Kamloops, BC

  Olds Fall Classic

OCT 10

  Ladies of the Prairies Hereford Sale   online at www.sconlinesales.com

OCT 1-3

OCT 11

  The Cliffs "Take the Lead" Steer & Heifer Sale   online at www.sconlinesales.com

OCT 7-10

OCT 27

  Rusylvia "Round 7" Steer & Heifer Sale   timed online auction on DLMS Farmgate

OCT 15-17

  Fall Finale Open & Junior Beef Show

OCT 23

  Crossing Creek Open House & Bid-off   at the Ranch, Morinville, Alberta

OCT 27-30

  Manitoba Ag-Ex

OCT 29

  Belvin Angus & Guests Female Sale   at the Ranch, Innisfail, Alberta

OCT 29-30

  The Immortals Bull & Heifer Jackpot

OCT 30

  Flat Top Cattle Online Sale   Swift Current, Saskatchewan

NOV 2-4

  Lloydminster Stockade Round-up

NOV 13

  November Gold Steer & Heifer Sale   at the Lloydminster Exhibtion Grounds, SK

NOV 4-5

  Alberta Hereford Showcase

NOV 16

  Six Mile Genetic Focus Female Sale   at the ranch, Fir Mountain, Saskatchewan

NOV 10-13

  Farmfair International

DEC 30

  Premier & Guests Fallsview Sale   Niagara Falls, Ontario

NOV 22-27

  Canadian Western Agribition

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  Olds, Alberta

  Expo Boeuf   Victoriaville, Quebec

  Lindsay Fairgrounds, Lindsay, Ontario

  Keystone Centre, Brandon, Manitoba

  Stettler Ag Society, Alberta

  Lloydminster, Saskatchewan

  Red Deer, Alberta

  Edmonton Expo Centre, Alberta

  Regina, Saskatchewan


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Index OF ADVERTISERS

19

  Arch Holdings  www.facebook.com/Archclubcattle

4, 5

  Belvin Angus  www.belvinangus.com

23

  Blenview Farms

61

  Canadian Charolais Association

 www.facebook.com/BlenviewFarmsShorthorns

 www.charolais.com

20, 59 IFC

  The Cliffs Farm  www.thecliffsfarm.com

  Country Junction Feeds  www.countryjunctionfeeds.com

23

  Crossing Creek Cattle

31

  Farmfair International

64

  Flat Top Cattle Co

62 

 www.crossingcreekcattle.com

 www.farmfairinternational.com

 www.facebook.com/flattopcattle

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  Grand Valley Fortifiers

11

  Golden Oak Livestock

53

  Lloydminster Agricultural Exhibition Assoc.

63

  Lucky Springs Farms

20

  Manchester Polled Herefords

19

  November Gold Sale

27

  Nu-Haven Cattle Co

37

  Olds Regional Exhibition

17

  Premier Livestock

53

  Provincial Winter Fair

65

  Remitall West

 www.grandvalley.com

 www.facebook.com/goldenoaklivestock

 www.lloydexh.com

 www.luckyspringsfarms.com

 www.manchesterpolledherefords.com

 www.facebook.com/novembergoldsale

 www.facebook.com/nuhavencattleco

 www.oldsregionalexhibition.com

 www.facebook.com/Frijtersfamily

 www.provincialwinterfair.com

 www.remitallwest.com

19, 23

  RK Animal Supplies  www.rkanimalsupplies.com

18

  Rusylvia Cattle Co.

48

  Shepalta Farm

BC

  Six Mile Ranch

1

  Sullivan Supply

20 7, 8

 www.rusylviacattleco.com

 www.facebook.com/Shepalta

 www.sixmileredangus.com

 www.sullivansupply.com

  Torch View Cattle Co  hordos3m@gmail.com

  Weaver Leather Livestock  www.thewinnersbrand.com


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We look forward to seeing you for our

2021 Online Sale on October 30th Thank you and congratulations to all of our 2020 Steer Buyers!

Jacob Feige with Smokeshow

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