So the whole point of us going to Agribition each year is to promote our cattle. We do this through talking to interested cattlemen that come by the stall, connecting with fellow breeders, and also by putting them in the show, as this gives that cattlemen the best opportunity to look at the cattle and evaluate them for themselves
As kids, and it still holds true today, we were told that the show was a show. It was one person's opinion on the day. Sometimes you agree, and other times not to much, but you take it all in stride.
This year we had a fairly good show. The quality of cattle was the strongest we had even seen in the Simmental barn. It was great to see the largest show in a few years, yet top to bottom a really great group of cattle.
Last week I featured our string of cattle that we would have at the show. We then got pictures of all of them after they had completed showing. Not all of the pictures are the greatest, but it will give you an idea of how they looked there!
|RJY First Date 1W- Class Winner|
|IPU Revolution 172U- 2nd in class and Res. Sr. Bull|
|CDY Front Runner- Sold out of the stall for $5000.00|
|Lil Bit of Paradise- 2nd in class|
|RJY Signature Move 4X- Sold for $6250 to Nova Scotia|
|SLY Sweet Thing 12X|
|Anchor D Viper- 3rd in Class|