Rosebrier 4-H Club report

We had our achievement day May 11th at the Wetaskiwin Ag grounds. The grand champion was Grant Golinowski and reserve was Chance Ewert.

  • Jun. 30, 2015 12:00 p.m.

Hello there I’m Rachel Nelson with the Rosebrier 4-H Beef Club.

We had our achievement day May 11th at the Wetaskiwin  Ag grounds. The grand champion was Grant Golinowski and reserve was Chance Ewert.   For our club Luke Wray was our reserve champion steer and Grant Golinowski was our club champion.   Now on to the heifers. Georgia Wray got grand champion and Avery Nelson got reserve grand champion. For rate of gain Eric Schultz won with 3.54 pounds a day for his rate of gain. Georgia Wray placed first in Junior Grooming and Luke Wray placed second.  Intermediate Grooming, Grant Golinowski placed first and Jake Gusse placed Second.  For Senior Grooming Emilee Graff placed first and Emily Gusse placed Second. Junior showmanship Georgia Wray placed first and Nate Golinowski placed second.

Intermediate Showmanship Grant Golinowski placed first and Lane Boeve placed second.  For seniors Emilee Graff placed first and Emily Gusse placed second. This year the prices were between 2.60 and 4.10. the grand champion went for 5.10.  Luckily this year no one got hurt.

It was a great day and we want to send a big thank you out to all the people who came out that day and especially to our wonderful buyers!

Other things we have been doing was grounds clean up  and transplanting spruce trees at Angus Ridge Hall.  That was a lot of fun and was done quickly with many hard working hands.

Next up is the rodeo in Wetaskiwin that we will be volunteering for. It should be an action packed weekend.  Then we have our wind up on June 18 where we will get our cheques.  Boy, we sure can’t wait for that day.

 

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