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My name is Alianna Cox and this is my steer, Harry. Harry is my 1st 4-H steer. I don't like thinking about Harry's purpose on earth, but I'm sure he will taste good! Harry is a Red Angus. Harry gives me lots of kisses or just slobbers on me! He will make your tummy quite happy!
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My name is Rebekah Knull and this is my 8th year in 4-H. This year I have raised a nice Simmental/Maine steer named Boondock. He may look small but I am sure his meat will not disappoint you. It will sizzle on your BBQ and on your taste buds. Thanks for all your support this year especially in these uncertain times. It is greatly appreciated.
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My name is Ruby and this is my 3rd year in 4-H. I have 5 projects; 2 cow/calf pairs, a heifer, a pen of 3 heifers and a market steer named Taco. Taco will make your Tuesday's better and he will fill your freezer with farm fresh beef just in time for BBQ season. I appreciate your support in these uncertain times and hope to have a live show and sale next year.
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My name is Cole. I have been in 4-H for five years. This year my steer is a Simmental/Blonde de'Aquitaine cross. He has got the length and depth of the Simmental and good rump muscle of the Blonde which will make for an amazing all round steer with all the prime cuts.
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My name is Calum Hofstra, I am 12 yrs old and this is my first year in 4-H. My steer is a Simmental/Hereford cross, his name is Samwich, "Sam" for short. Sam is friendly and a lot of fun to work with. He has finished well and will be a great addition to your freezer. I would like to thank all the sponsors, supporter, and my club leader but especially my mom and dad for all the support they gave me in my first year.
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My name is Gus, my steer's name is Jake. This is my third year in 4-H. My steer is built very well so your meat to waste ratio will be very high which means more prime cuts for your freezer.
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I'm Ashley and this is my 9th steer, as this is my last year in 4-H I decided to go out with a bang. Instead of a Black Angus/Simmental I decided to take, Cool Whip, a Charolais cross. You won't be disappointed with him as he has been an excellent steer all year round. The steaks will be so sweet it will be almost like eating cool whip.
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My name is Casey and this is my 5th year in 4-H. My steer is a Simmental/Speckle Park cross. Trump is exceptional for his width across the back which means all his prime cuts will be perfect. He is very well finished and his genetics will ensure that his meat is marbled to perfection. Trump is the steer for your freezer if you are looking for incredible 4-H meat.