4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-006
Hi there, my name is Noah Kastelic and this is my third year in the Mayerthorpe 4-H Beef Club. As a 4-H member I have grown as a person, learning how to run a meeting, speak publicly in front of people, to help my community and have led to further fuel my passion for agriculture. I am in grade 12 at Mayerthorpe High School and after I graduate I plan on attending Grant MaCewan University for a bachelor of commerce degree, this is something I hope to future incorporate into growing my herd. When at home the various things I enjoy doing is helping with making feed in the summer, and calving out cows in the spring. In the winter time I can be found often at many outdoor rinks as well as at the Sangudo arena. This year's steers name is inspired by the sound the scale will make when he steps down onto it, and the fact of his sensible manner. We have a butcher spot booked at K and D Meets at Barrhead on June 11th and we would be more than happy to take him to this or an alternate processing spot. I would like to thank those who supported previous years 4-H sales and thank last year's buyers David Lovich and Andrea Donahue for their purchase of my steer. I would also like to thank our club sponsors and leaders for all the work you put in behind the scenes for us to further our growth as young community members.
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-044
Hi my name is Hailey Russell. I am 14 years old and this is my 5th year in Cherhill 4-H multi club. 4-H has been a great learning experience. I have learned many skills like public speaking, how to feed a steer to make him big and fat, and how to be a great volunteer. It is also one of the ways I have made great friends. I am in grade 8 and I've been a homeschooler for almost my entire life. Some of my favorite things to do when I'm not working on the farm is make forts, play on the bales and paint pictures. My steers name is Tony Baloney. He is a Black Angus Simmental cross. So if you're looking for a big steer to eat with family Tonys the right guy. I have a spot booked at Dan's Custom Meats in Barrhead after the sale.
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-050
Hi my name is Hailey Russell I'm 14 years old and in grade 8. This is my 5th year in Cherhill 4-H multi club. 4-H has been an amazing learning experience. I have learned public speaking skills, how to be a great volunteer, and how to work hard. It has also been one of the many ways I've made friends. Some fun activities I like to do when I'm not doing chores or school are playing outside, making forts, playing on the bales, and painting pictures. My lamb's name is George. He is a friendly lamb who likes to nibble on hair and hoodie strings. George is very big and would be perfect for family meals. I have a spot booked at Sangudo after the sale.
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-051
Hi my name is Olivia Russell I am 9 years old and this is my first year in Cherhill 4-H multi club. 4-H has been very fun so far. I learned how to do public speaking and I did lots of tire recycling and workshops. I have learned how to feed sheep so they get nice and big. I've also learned how to halter break my sheep. When I'm not doing school I love to play outside in the sandbox and I like to build forts and ride my horse. My sheeps name is Fluffy because he is very fluffy. I like giving him big hugs and he likes nibbling on my hair. If you need food for a family meal Fluffy is your sheep. I have a spot booked in Sangudo after the sale.
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-004
Hi, my name is Tacee French. I am in Grade 7 at the Mayerthorpe High School. This is my fourth year in 4-H in the Mayerthorpe Beef Club. In my spare time I enjoy helping on the farm, playing sports and showing cows in the summer months. I joined 4-H because I wanted to learn more about how to properly raise cattle and for the many experiences provided through 4-H. 4-H has taught me how to run a meeting, record keeping, public speaking, and proper grooming and clipping skills. My Simmental steer, Chunk was purchased from my Grandpa’s farm. The profit I make from selling Chunk will go towards my education savings. I do have a spot booked at Lundstrom Custom Cutting on June 9th if you choose to use it. Thank you to Wigley Ventures for buying my steer last year and I hope that you will support the Lac Ste. Anne District on June 7th on Team Auctions! My steer will be delicious meat to fill your freezer!
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-022
My name is Amelia Madsen. This is my first year in the Anselmo Willing Workers 4H club and I have learned a lot of information! Some of the things I liked doing this year was public speaking, volunteering, and highway cleanup. I am in grade 7 and me, along with my 3 siblings homeschool. When I'm not helping out around the farm, helping mom with the kids, or doing school, I enjoy playing with our dog Bear or sewing down in my room. My market steer's name is "Big Mac". He is a Black Angus x Simmental that I bought from Mr Callioux. If you want a full freezer this summer, then "Big Mac" will agree with your stomach! We have a slaughter spot booked in for Big Mac at Sullivan Meat Shop in Drayton Valley. If you would like to use this spot it is scheduled for mid June.
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-028
My name is Jared Quinnell. This is my first year as a member of the Anselmo Willing Workers Club. 4-H has taught me some very useful skills such as volunteering and public speaking. I am in grade six at Elmer Elson Elementary School. When I’m not working with my animals, I like to dirt bike, snowboard, play hockey and fast pitch, go to the beach and hang out with friends. My homegrown steer project is ‘Blackjack’. He is a Simmental that I chose from a fellow members herd. If you’re looking for some great meat for your summer BBQ’s, Blackjack is your guy!
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-040
This is my 4-H steer, Berny. He is the best steer I’ve ever had, (even though I’ve only had 1 other). Berny is pretty friendly on the halter, and I can lead him with ease. I didn’t work with him a lot over the winter, but I worked with him as much as I could during spring. He is pretty well trained, and I can let him go to fix his halter and he stays by me. Berny is a red Simmental calf, which probably explains his size, he’s the biggest steer out of our 3 steers. Berny really likes his grain, he even eats grain when he is tied up, (if I put a small pail of grain by him). I have him booked in at Schlecker Meats on June 10th
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-007
Hi My name is Amy McComb I have been in 4-H for 6 years. I am 16 years old and live in Mayerthorpe Ab, and attending Mayerthorpe Jr Sr Highschool. I enjoy working on the family farm in particular I love working with all my animals. This year my steer Play is a Simmental Angus cross. I picked him from our herd in September, but I knew when he was first born I was going to pick him. He's such a sweet boy, and I've enjoyed my year with him. If you have any questions feel free to contact me. I have a spot booked for him at Sangudo meat packers. Thankyou in advance for your support for 4-H, It is greatly appreciated. Happy Shopping!
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-017
Hello, my name is Rayel Chittick. I am a member of the Anselmo Willing Worker’s 4-H Club and this is my second year in 4-H. Over the past two years, 4-H has taught me many valuable skills such as public speaking, bookkeeping, judging and volunteering. I have attended events at the club, district, regional and provincial level either in person or virtually and have learned a lot of valuable knowledge and skills from them. This year, I am in Grade 5 at Elmer Elson Elementary School in Mayerthorpe. Most of my free time is spent doing things on the farm, spending time with my animals, reading and drawing. I also take horseback riding lessons and play softball. Jet is my market steer project this year. He is a Black Angus Simmental Cross that I picked from our family herd. If you are looking for some tasty beef for your BBQ then Jet is the one for you! If needed there is a butcher spot booked for mid June.
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-037
My name is Emily Cuddihey. I am 12 years old and I'm in grade 7 at Rich Valley School. I have a Simmental Angus Cross steer named Moustache. I have been in 4-H for 3 years and I love it. When I’m not at 4-H you can find me out with my horse Scout or with my chickens, rabbits, and dogs. 4-H has taught me many things like public speaking and judging. It has also taught me responsibility and how to care for animals. I also have a butcher spot booked for June 8th at Schleckers Butcher shop in Carvel,AB if needed.
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-012
My name is Jorja Werenka, I have been a member of the Mayerthorpe Beef Club for 10 years. I love working with my project and doing club activities, even if they are virtual. I have just completed my first year of post secondary education at Olds College for Business Management majoring in Sports Management while also playing for the college’s Women’s Broncos Hockey team. In order to help me pay for my tuition and books I have done this steer project. His name is Ham, he is a Red Angus steer that I chose from our family herd. He will definitely fill your stomach and your freezer. We have a spot booked on Wednesday June 9th at Dan Custom Meats (Barrhead). We would be able to get the steer to an alternate facility if you wish. Thank you to Ian and Connie Walker for purchasing my steer last year.
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-019
Hello, my name is Liam Hagman. I am 11 years old and I am in grade 6 at Elmer Elson Elementary School. Some hobbies I enjoy are painting, playing guitar and riding my snowmobile or dirt bike. I have been a member of the Anselmo Willing Workers 4-H Multi Club for 3 years. Being a member of this club has helped me gain confidence and taught me many valuable skills. Some things include public speaking and volunteering in my community, but I especially enjoy the time I have spent learning about raising, and showing cattle. This year I chose Fred, an Angus Simmental Cross from my uncle's herd. Fred has been very friendly and cooperative in training, and we have become good buddies! I have secured a butcher spot at North Country Market Anselmo Location June 21st. I took extra care in feeding and looking after him so he would grow to be the perfect steer to feed your family!
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-031
My name is Anthony, my steers name is Biscuit. Covid has affected me alot this year, but I have put a lot of hard work and effort into my steer. He was born May 15th, and all of the profit I make from Biscuit will be put into an education fund, and money for a vehicle to get to work. I like to weld, and in my spare time I like to work with cattle. Biscuit has a butcher spot booked for an on farm butcher.
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-030
Hi my name is Paislee Sawin and I am part of the Anselmo Willing Workers 4-H club. This is my first year doing a lamb in 4H. So far my favorite part of 4H is playing and hanging out with my lamb. His name is Milkshake and he is so friendly and cute. He loves to play with his brother Jimmy and they are best friends. This year I have learned so much about sheep. I’ve learnt how to trim him but my favorite part is learning to put a halter on him and lead him around. He loves me so much. I finished him on a good barley ration. Shakes was top 3 lamb in our District show and will weigh about 115 lbs at sale day. I have a spot booked for him at Sangudo Meat Packers for June 8th and I will be able to take him there and you custom order what you would like.
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-052
My name is John Vanderwell. I have been a member of the Cherhill 4H Multi Club for 6 years. 4-H has taught me some very useful skills like public speaking, volunteering, and being a role model for younger members. I have been able to attend 4-H camps at Battle Lake, where I have had a lot of fun and met new friends. This is my last year at Sangudo Community School and then I will attend Mayerthorpe Highschool. When I'm not looking after my own flock or helping on the farm you could find me on working my other 4H projects or you can find me the fields on my quad or playing sports such as hockey, softball, and golf.
If you are in the market for some good quality lamb chops, Nitro Zeus is a nice solid lamb to fill your freezer. I have reserved a butcher spot at Sangudo Custom Meats for June 8.
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-002
My name is Nate Erickson. I have been a member of the Mayerthorpe 4-H Beef Club for 4 years. 4-H has taught me some very useful skills like public speaking, volunteering, and being a role model for younger members. Over the past several years I have been able to participate in 4-H public speaking at districts and regionals, where I have had a lot of fun and met new friends. I am in Grade 6 at Barrhead Elementary School. When I'm not helping on the farm you could find me playing sports such as hockey and baseball, or working with my horses. My homegrown steer project is “OSCAR”. He is a Black Angus that I picked from our family herd. If you are looking for some Grade A beef for the BBQ, Oscar is your guy! We have a butcher spot booked for mid-June at Dan Custom Meats (Barrhead)!
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-016
My name is Cullen Chittick and I am 9 years old. This is my first year in 4-H. I am a member of the Anselmo Willing Workers 4-H club. Some of my hobbies are fishing, golf, baseball, listening to music and watching sports with my dad. I have also always loved helping on the farm and I am excited to have raised a healthy market steer this year! His name is Clifford and he is a Red Simmental from our family herd. He will be for sale in our upcoming Achievement Day Auction on June 6, 2021. There is an appointment booked at Barrhead Custom Meats on June 8th for processing. Get ready to fire up your BBQ!
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Hi, I’m Julianna! I’m a senior member and this is my 5th year with the Cherhill 4-H Multi club. As an online student I’m just finishing up grade 11. 4-H has taught me many valuable life lessons and skills including public speaking, consumer decisions making, leadership skills, and responsibility. I’m thankful to have gained friends, knowledge, and experience in areas such as holding executive positions and being a camp counselor. This year I have a black angus steer which I named Montgomery after one of my favourite authors, Lucy Maud Montgomery. I am very pleased with how well he’s grown and likes to eat! I’m quite convinced that he would make an excellent contribution to your dinner table! I have a spot booked at Dan’s Custom Meats for after the sale if you would like to use it. Feel free to contact by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 780-712-1127 if you have any questions about the above information.
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-009
Hello everyone my name is Sadie McComb. I am 14 years old. This is my first year with a steer project in 4-H. It has been a learning year for me. A steer takes dedication every day to provide proper nutrition and care. I enjoyed feeding him and watching him grow. Copper was an excellent beef market project to learn from. I picked Copper out of our family herd; he was a small steer that turned out to finish well. He is ready for you to purchase, also there is a spot booked in for butchering at the Sangudo meat packers. I would like to say thank you to all the sponsors and supporters of 4-H.
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-015
My name is Zack Bilyea and this is my first year in this club and of 4H. During my time in 4H I have learned to become a more enthusiastic public speaker, I also increased my knowledge on animal care and feeding. It has been an experience growing my steer and participating in other clubs. We recently moved to the Mayerthorpe area in 2019 and have had many new experiences and have been introduced to many new activities. I am in Grade 8 at Mayerthorpe Jr. Sr. High School. Although I am constantly on the farm, I love to play hockey and participate in afterschool sports. My steers name is Charlie, he is a red Simmental that I bought off of Rizzoli Farms. If you are craving Grade A beef then Charlie is your buy.
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-041
This is King. My 4-H steer this year and he was the best steer I’ve had. He ate his grain like crazy from day 1 and never stopped eating until I started training him, however he was still the smallest steer in our 4-H pen earning him the nickname “the royal peasant.” King is a cross of Angus and Semimetal, but his height came totally from Angus. He was the most trained steer by the end of March, mostly since I worked with King many, many times over the winter, and had him leading by February however he started getting grumpy in March and I had to work with him more and harder. I have a butcher spot booked for King on June the 10 with Schlecker Meats.
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-029
Hello, I’m Halle Gamblin from the Anselmo Willing Workers 4-H Club. I am 16 and this is my 7th year in 4-H. My market lamb, Jimmy, is a Suffolk-Hampshire cross, and has been finished out on barley. He won reserve champion rate of gain, and was top 4 market lamb. I expect him to be 114lbs by sale day. I have a spot booked at Sangudo Custom Meat Packers if you need it. I would like to thank SANG for purchasing my previous market lamb. Please contact me at (780) 945-0477 with any questions you have about the auction or my lamb. Thank you for viewing this sale and supporting 4-H.
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-013
My name is Van Werenka. I have been a member of the Mayerthorpe 4-H Beef Club for 7 years. I was fortunate enough to have been elected President of the Club this year. It is definitely different holding the meetings virtually but we are making it work! 4-H has taught me some very useful skills like public speaking, volunteering, and being a role model for younger members. Over the past several years I have been able to attend 4-H camps at Battle Lake, where I have had a lot of fun and met new friends. This year I was able to take the YLEAD program and now hope to counselor camps this summer! When I'm not helping on the farm you could find me on my snowmobile or on the slopes with my snowboard or playing other sports such as hockey, and golf. My homegrown steer project is ""Big Fred."" He is a Red Angus that I picked from our family herd. If you are looking for some “Keg” quality beef, Fred will fill your freezer. We have a spot booked on Wednesday June 9th at Dan Custom Meats (Barrhead). We are willing to get the steer to an alternate facility if you wish. Thank you to Donald and Nadine Syzbunka, Pembina Longhorn Enterprises Ltd. of Sangudo for purchasing my steer last year.
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-024
Hello there, my name is William Madsen. I am turning twelve in August and this is my first year in Anselmo Willing Workers 4-H. I enjoyed highway clean up and volunteering. I am homeschooled along with my three siblings Wesley, Kenya and Ammie. I spend a lot of my free time running farm equipment, such as combines and tractors. I also enjoy dirt biking and snowmobiling. This year I have had a lot of fun learning how to care for my steer. My steers name is Asteal, he is a black Angus x Simmental with a white seven on his face. He is a wild one but he will be a delicious one so if you want to eat some yummy beef, Asteal’s the one!! After all, he is Asteal of a deal! We have a slaughter spot booked in for Asteal at Sullivan Meat Shop in Drayton Valley. If you would like to use this spot it is scheduled for mid June.
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-042
My name is Timothy Hickie this is my 4th year in 4-H. My calf’s name is Delta. He is a very friendly calf that likes people. He started out as the smallest calf in a group of 3 calf’s, but ended as the second biggest. I think that was because he ate his grain very well. In my 4 years of 4-H, Delta has been my nicest calf. If you want some good Alberta beef for your summer BBQ Delta is your calf. I have a butcher spot booked for him on June 10 at Schlecker Meats.
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-010
So you know King Ralph, right?! Well I have the next best thing to introduce you to...Ralph Klein, the bovine version. Yes you read that right, my steer’s name is Ralph Klein!
My name is Dirk Pas and I’d like to tell you a bit about myself and Ralph. I am 13 years old and attend Mayerthorpe Jr/Sr High School. I live on a farm with my family northeast of Rochfort Bridge, Alberta and this is my 8th year in 4-H. Two things I really enjoy doing are helping my dad with field work and restoring an old pick-up truck I recently purchased. Ralph is a Simmental Angus cross, purchased from my neighbour’s herd. Ralph has an even temperament and has been great to work with from day one; a real easy keeper you can say! He is a very complete red steer with a lot of rib and I am sure the rib eyes will taste fabulous. I pen my steer with my sister’s steer and we share the workload of chores to be done. We have spent a lot of time on our steers this year and enjoy being in 4-H. Our family has spots booked at the local abattoir for June 10. If anyone would like to view my steer, please feel free to stop by the farm. I am always available to answer any questions. I would also like to take a minute to thank all my previous buyers and supporters for all their generosity. The support I have received over the years is very humbling. “A BBQ is always better with great beef!”
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-025
Hi, My name is Armand Pelchat. I’m in Grade 6 at Elmer Elson Elementary in Mayerthorpe. I joined 4-H because it will help me in the future with farming and get better every year. So far I’ve improved. I’m really pleased with how BuckBeak is gaining this year. I’m feeding him a barley ration with the nutrients and minerals he needs to grow well. I also feed him the best hay. He has been raised on our farm from birth with little stress so he should be very tender. If you need a butcher I have a spot booked for June 23rd. Enjoy the sale!
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-039
My name is Kealey Cuddihey. I am 14 years old and I'm in grade 9 in Barrhead school. This is my 3rd year being in 4-H. 4-H has taught me different skills such as public speaking, judging, and gave me work ethic. I also am normally working after school, quading or dirt biking, and sometimes riding horses. My market steers project name is Doofus. He is a Red Angus that I got from our own herd of cows. I have a butcher spot booked for June 8th at Schleckers in Carvel,AB if needed.
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-046
Hi everybody! My name is Annabelle, I am a member of the Cherhill 4H Multi Club and am in my second year of being in the club. I am 12 years old and am hoping to sell my cute and fantastic market lamb, Suzie! I have learnt lots of things from 4H, some of them include public speaking, raising sheep and market lambs (including the one I am selling), and how to quilt several different things. I think 4H is an inspiring organization and one that I would recommend to anybody of 4H age. I have worked very hard to train and make friends with Suzie. I help out a lot on the farm and also babysit my siblings sometimes. I have gone to Sangudo Community School all my life and the school is an amazing little school. I am going to use the money from my market lamb for my education after high school graduation. I am not sure yet what I want to be when I grow up but I love to read so I’m thinking maybe something to do with books. Whether you are looking for a new pet or a nutritious and delicious source of protein, I hope you are compelled to buy my wonderful Suzie. Have a great day!
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-003
My name is Tyler Erickson. I have been a member of the Mayerthorpe 4-H Beef Club for 7 years. 4-H has taught me some very useful skills like public speaking, volunteering, and being a role model for younger members. Over the past several years I have been able to attend 4-H camps at Battle Lake, and District and Regional Public Speaking, where I have had a lot of fun and met new friends. I am in Grade 10 at BCHS. When I'm not helping on the farm you could find me playing sports such as hockey and baseball. My homegrown steer project is "BERT" He is a Black Angus that I picked from our family herd. If you are looking for some Grade A beef for the BBQ, Bert is your guy! We have a butcher spot booked for MID-JUNE at Dan Custom Meats (Barrhead)!
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Hi, my name is Kenya Madsen and this is my first year in Anselmo Willing Workers 4H club. I love doing different 4H groups to spend time with other members and learned a lot from the public speaking. In my free time I like to ride my bike, play with my toys and brush my steer. My steers name is Meatball and he is a black angus X Simmental. If you are looking for a steer that’s not too big and not too small, Meatball is your guy!! We have a slaughter Spot booked in for Meatball at Sullivan Meat Shop in Drayton Valley. If you would like to use this spot it is scheduled for mid June.
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-043
Hi, I’m Ben! I’m a member of the Cherhill 4-H Multi club and this is my 3rd year in 4-H. I’m 12 years old, homeschooled, and in grade 6. I really enjoy 4-H because I get to spend time with friends, learn new things, and I like spending time with my steers. This year my steer is named Shortening Bread. He is very friendly and likes to eat a lot! I’m positive he would make a great candidate for your summer BBQ! We have a spot booked at Dan’s Custom Meats, for after the sale, if you need.
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-014
Hi, my name is Reese Wildman and this is my 6th year in 4-H. I would like to thank Ste Anne Gas for purchasing my steer last year. Your consistent support of 4-H is greatly appreciated. My steer this year is named Freddy. Freddy is the first home raised steer that I have shown and he is even out of a bull that I am the breeder of. When Freddy was born his tag number was 4H and I knew from that moment on that he would be my next 4-H steer. I’m excited that I will get to show my steer this year, even though it might not be a regular achievement day. Showing cattle is my passion and I do it outside of 4-H throughout the year. The money I earn from the sale of Freddy will go towards my future education and growing my purebred Angus herd. Freddy weighed 1250 pounds on April 29th and is still growing at a consistent rate. I expect him to finish around 1350 pounds. I have a butcher spot booked with Schlecker’s meats from Stony Plain if the buyer requires it.
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-020
Hi! My name is Alea and I have been part of the Anselmo Willing Workers Beef club since I was 6! This is my first year as a Junior member. I joined 4-H because I liked to do all the activities and spend time with animals. It doesn’t hurt either that my Beef Leader is my Grandpa, Grant Chittick, so it is nice to spend time with him doing 4-H too! We live on a big farm raising purebred cattle. I have 3 Simmental cows of my own who had healthy babies this year! Aside from the cows on the farm I really enjoy playing the piano, reading books and my Ultimate Favorite activity is Riding Horses!!!! My Horse's name is Roskco "P" Co-TRain, like off of the Dukes of Hazzard. My 4-H steer this year is Billy and he is a Super Duper Quiet Hereford! I Love him so so much! Billy loves scratches and food very much. So if you are looking for some good, fat, Yummy Beef, then Billy is your Guy! We have a booked appointment to be butchered for June 14 at Pembina Valley Meats by Magnolia (we have had many animals butchered there and they do an Excellent job) if needed.
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This Year has not been my best with having a steer, with him being a chronic bloater and almost dying. This did cause him to not gain very good at the start, but he's come a long way and gained a lot more weight. He is a fairly calm animal, and I like to spend time with him. I have a slaughter spot booked for him with Lundstrums on June 9th.I think he would make a great animal for dinner.
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My name is Emma Lovich and I am 10 years old. This is my first year in 4H with the Cherhill Multi Club. I have been enjoying 4H this year, especially all the baby lambs! I have an older sister in 4H and a younger brother. I enjoy all animals and have a special place in my heart for lambs and horses! This year I have a market lamb project. My Lamb’s name is “Clover” and he is a Suffolk Lamb. Clover is an excellent lamb and is finishing much better than my sister’s lamb!! Look for CLOVER and EMMA on sale day, you will not be disappointed! Please note that for your convenience a butcher spot has been reserved at Sangudo Custom Meats for June 8, 2021.
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Hi! My name is Tayden French and my steer’s name is White Cap. I am in Grade six at Elmer Elson Elementary in Mayerthorpe. When I am not helping my dad outside with cows or doing something for 4-H I like to play hockey, baseball and basketball. This is my third year in 4-H as a member and I was a cleaver for one year before I was old enough to be a member. I showed cows before joining 4-H but wanted to join 4-H to learn more about showing and to be able to show more cows! 4-H has taught me what to look for when choosing a steer, heifer or cow and more about clipping and showing. White Cap is a red and white Simmental that I chose from our farm. He comes to the fence whenever I go up to his pen and tries licking me. I do have a spot booked at Lundstrom Custom Cutting or am willing to take White Cap where you choose. Thank you to Roszko Farm Equipment for purchasing my steer last year. I hope that you will support the Lac Ste. Anne District on June 7th!
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-026
My name is Payton. I have been a member of Anselmo Willing Workers for 6 years now. I learned a lot from 4-H, such as being a role model, caring for animals, and being creative. I am a grade 6 student in Elmer Elson Elementary. When I’m not farming or hanging with cattle, you can spot me with my horses either roping or barrel racing, or playing sports like hockey and basketball. My beef project this year is a black Angus/Simmental cross named Captain that I picked from our family herd. Captain was a bottle fed calf then moved to a bright green pasture for the entire summer. Captain and his buddies are being fed barley and hay. If you want a juicy steak or a cheeseburger, Captain should be your pick!
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-034
My name Is Beau Churchill! I'm a sixth year member of the Cherhill 4-H Multi club and very much enjoy my club activities, specifically; public speaking. My steer this year is named Sixes. He's a big gentle Angus Simmental cross who has been a great steer for me. Sixes is VBP+ certified. He's been gaining great all year long and would love to find a forever home in any of the buyers' freezers. I plan on putting the profits off of this steer towards post secondary education and have some spending cash. Thank you to all of the past and present buyers as well as all people in and out of the district who made this possible. If you have any questions please feel free to call my personal cell at: 780-284-9267.
4 Photos – ID: 21FM1000-008
My name is Rosalie McComb. I am in grade 10, and this is my fifth year in 4-H. I enjoy spending time with each of my projects, but I have to say this steer has been my favorite. Macho and I got along right from the get go. I chose him in September from our family herd. He has grown a tremendous amount in weight and he will definitely make great steaks. 4-H has taught me many lessons one of the most important lessons is the value of commitment of time. A steer project involves a lot of work in the training aspect. This year I have especially appreciated having a 4-H project to keep me busy throughout the covid time. I would like to thank everyone for supporting me and the 4-H program this year. My steer has a spot booked at the Sangudo meat packers.
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My name is Brooke Leighton and this is my 2nd year in 4-H at Anselmo Willing Workers. 4-H has taught me great life skills including public speaking, which help me in school all the time. As well as teaching me to handle and show cattle. One of my favorite things about 4-H is seeing and meeting new people. I am in grade 8 at Mayerthorpe Junior/Senior High school. When I’m not helping on the farm you can find me playing with my brother and sister, reading books and spending time with family and friends. I like the outdoors and I enjoy hunting and fishing. My steer project is a black simmental, He’s a very quiet, big boy and his name is Rambo. He is my favorite calf and he really loves his scratches! He will look forward to scratch time everyday. I am excited to work with him more. If you are looking for a calf that will do you good for BBQ season Rambo is the steer for you. We have a booked appointment to be butchered for June 14 at Pembina Valley Meats by Magnolia (we have had many animals butchered there and they do an Excellent job) if needed.
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Hi! My name is Breanne and my steer's name is Tank. Me and him have a good relationship.I am going to be sad when he is gone.Some lucky person will get my steer and will have it slaughtered at Lundstroms on June 9th. I have been working with him alot this year, and I'm proud of the work I've done. He is a nice, big, tame steer that would make a nice dinner.
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Hello! My name is Isabelle. I am 10 years old and I have been in the Cherhill 4H multi club for 2 years. 4H is a lot of fun and has taught me some really useful things for both within the projects and outside of it such as public speaking and volunteering. I have two projects this year. I have my Vet Sciences project which I picked because I want to be a wildlife vet when I get older. I also picked it because I like animals. I also have my lamb project which I picked because I liked it so much last year, my lamb was like a puppy it was so friendly! My lamb this year is also super friendly and LOVES her food. Her name is Cria which is what you also call a baby llama. I called her that because I thought she looked like a tiny llama . I am in grade 5 at Sangudo Community School. I absolutely LOVE school and reading! I will save the money I make in 4H to go to university to learn how to be a vet. If you are looking for a gentle, halter-broke lamb, Cria is definitely a great lamb for you.
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My name is Peyton Lovich and I am 13 years old. This is my fourth year in 4H with the Cherhill Multi Club. I enjoy being in 4H as it has taught me some useful skills like public speaking, volunteering, and being a role model for younger members. When I am not helping on my parent’s farm, I can be found figure skating at the local Arena or playing badminton. My homegrown market lamb "Dobbey" is a Suffolk Lamb handpicked for me from a local producer. Dobbey is an excellent lamb and is finishing well! Look for us on Sale Day, you won’t be disappointed. Please note that for your convenience a butcher spot has been reserved at Sangudo Custom Meats for June 8, 2021.
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Hello, I hope the weather is treating you well and you’re all in good health! Let me start by introducing myself. My name is Heidi Pas, I am 11 years old and this is my 7th year in 4-H. I attend Elmer Elson Elementary School in Mayerthorpe, AB where I am in grade six. My family operates a dairy farm and runs a herd of Angus/Simmental cattle northeast of Rochfort Bridge. Enjoying the outdoors, drawing and playing hockey are my favorite activities to do during my spare time. This year I have raised an Angus/Simmental steer, who I named Nelson. Nelson is a black hided, thick steer that will taste fantastic on the BBQ this summer! I have kept Nelson on a healthy feed regime to ensure perfect marbling in your steaks. I enjoy raising 4-H projects and this will be my third steer. Nelson is penned with my brother's steer and we work together to raise our animals. This year has definitely been different, but I have raised a steer that I am very proud of. We have a slaughter spot booked for June 10, if you are interested in using our preferred butcher. Your interest in Nelson is greatly appreciated and he can be viewed anytime at our farm. I am always grateful for my supporters and previous buyers, words can’t express how grateful I am. If you have any questions I am happy to answer them for you.
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My name is Cory Commandeur and I have been a member of the Anselmo Willing Workers for the past 9 years. I am currently working off and on the farm full time now as I have just completed my first year of university for my bachelor of science in Agriculture, I am currently attending the University of Alberta and hope to one day be able to go to vet school. Over my past 9 years, 4-H has been one of the most significant parts of my life as it has given me so many amazing opportunities and met lots of amazing people. My time is mostly spent working on our busy beef farm where I am the second generation of beef farmers. My main pastime would be watching hockey. My animal this year is Big Red, a commercial Simental that is out of one of my cows that was my first heifer to go through 4-H. I am very proud to have my own animal be in the 4-H program. We are always proud of our animals on our farm and Big Red here is no different. I hope that everyone is safe and well and I am sure that if you’re looking for some AAA beef, Big Red is your guy.
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Hello I'm Leah Churchill, a Sr at the Cherhill 4-H Multi Club. This is my Market Steer Henry, he is set to weigh approximately 1200 lbs sale day. I have a butcher spot booked at Schleckers Custom Meats June 9th, located west of Stony Plain, for my buyers convenience to use if they choose. Henry has been raised on a barley and Country Junction ration diet, and is ready to find his forever home...in your freezer. He is a commercial angus from our home herd. The profit made from Henry will be spent immediately on my tuition for University, as I am attending Concordia University this fall in pursuit of an elementary education degree. Meaning I am completing my 7th and final year of 4-H. 4-H has taught me many life skills such as bookkeeping, marketing skills, and stewardship skills. Preparing me for life in the future. I have had a lot of fun over the years with the 4-H program by attending our workshops and participating in unplanned calf wranglings. I am proud to present my final project Henry in this year's sale. Finally I would like to thank all my previous buyers over the years for your support to both my club and myself. Your contribution is greatly appreciated.
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My name is Amy Erickson. I have been a member of the Mayerthorpe 4-H Beef Club for 5 years. 4-H has taught me some very useful skills like public speaking, volunteering, and being a role model for younger members. Over the past several years I have been able to attend 4-H activities such as curling and skating, where I have had a lot of fun learning new skills and meeting new friends. I am in Grade 8 at BCHS. When I'm not helping on the farm you could find me in the dance studio. I take Ballet, Jazz, Lyrical, Contemporary, Performance Company, and my favorite, Pointe. My homegrown steer project is "GUS" He is a Charolais/Angus Cross that I picked from our family herd. If you are looking for some Grade A beef for the BBQ, GUS is your guy! We have a butcher spot booked for MID-JUNE at Dan Custom Meats (Barrhead)!
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Hello! My name is Grace Churchill. This is my 7th year being part of the Cherhill 4-H Multi Club. I originally joined 4-H because I wanted to pet a cow, however 4-H has taught me valuable skills like public speaking, showing cattle, and networking. Marbles is definitely my favorite steer so far, he’s been gaining great, and has a calm personality. He is a Black Angus Simmental cross, with big fluffy ears. Marbles is also part of the VBP+ program, to ensure a top quality product for BBQ season! I have booked a slaughter spot for June 9th at Schlecker Meats near Stony Plain, if you would like to have him slaughtered there. The money I earn from Marbles will go towards my college education after high school. I would like to say thank you to anyone that has supported the Lac Ste. Anne District 4-H through volunteering, sponsoring, or bidding on a project!
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My name is Grayson. This is my first year in 4-H. I am 10 years old. I am in grade 4 at Rich Valley school. This year I have learned a lot of useful skills like public speaking and judging. My steers name is Browny. Having Browny has taught me about proper feeding of animals and how to lead them. Outside of 4-H I like to dirt bike and play hockey. Browny is a Red Angus that is big and friendly. I have a butcher spot booked for June 8th at Schleckers in Carvel,AB if needed.