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  • Writer's pictureLorna Hamilton

Vermilion Clandonald Interclub Heifer And Steer Show

Clandonald Vermilion Interclub members. Photo Lorna Hamilton

After months of looking after their project animals, the Vermilion Clandonald Interclub held their Heifer Show on Sunday, May 29. Here are the results from that show.

Overall Grand Champion Female - Jalynn Westman - Sponsor: Snelgrove Farms, Reserve overall Champion Female - Alexis Garnier - Sponsor: Snelgrove Construction, Grand Champion Yearling Heifer - Payton Farkash - Sponsor: Everblack Angus, Reserve Champion Yearling Heifer - Rylan Garnier - Sponsor: JMT Mechanical, 1st Junior Showmanship - Zack Mewis - Sponsor: Vermilion Credit Union, 2nd Junior Showmanship - Taylor Farkash - Sponsor: Anthony and Fern Axley, 1st Intermediate Showmanship - Payton Farkash - Sponsor: TD Canada Trust, 2nd Intermediate Showmanship - Alivia Garnier - Sponsor: Country Lane Angus, 1st Senior Showmanship - Alexis Garnier - Sponsor: Queen Creek Livestock Ltd., 2nd Senior Showmanship - Kasen Swanson - Sponsor: Waveny Angus.

The Vermilion Clandonald Interclub Steer Show and Sale was held on Monday, May 30, and here are the results from that day.

Grand Champion Steer - Haylee Cusak - Sponsor: Nutrien Ag Solutions, Reserve Champion Steer - Mason McLaughlin.

1st Junior Showmanship - Layton Pulyk - Sponsor: Vermilion Insurance, 2nd Junior Showmanship - Kypton Farkash - Sponsor: Vermilion Credit Union, 1st Intermediate Showmanship - Halee Cusack - Sponsor: CIBC, 2nd Intermediate Showmanship - Paetyn Herzog - Sponsor: W2 Land and Cattle, 1st Senior Showmanship - Wyatt Jacula- Sponsor: R. Lamport, 2nd Senior Showmanship - Kasen Swanson - Sponsor: Andrew Convey.

1st Place Pen of 3 - Vermilion 4-H Beef Club,1st Place Barn Display - Clandonald 4-H Multi Club, Head, Heart, Hands, Health Award Sponsored by Westman Farms in Memory of Murray Westman - Wyatt Jacula.

The Club would like to thank all their buyers at the sale.

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