Timed Yellowhead 4H District 4H Beef Sale    20-4HC

Peers 4H Multiclub, Carrot Creek 4H Club, Edson 4H Multiclub
Bidding Opens:10 AM  Monday, June 1, 2020
Bids Start Closing:7 PM  Friday, June 5, 2020
Location:Various Locations
Auction Contacts:
Office (Drayton Valley)780-542-4337
Corey Polak780-712-5749
Zane Davis780-712-1964
Doug Elzinga306-450-7960

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42 Market Steers for Sale - Carrot Creek 4-H Club, Edson 4-H Multi Club & Peers 4-H Multi Club

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Auction Notes

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Packer/Abattoir Options:

(1) All steers will remain at 4H members farm.
(2) Spots are booked, call Doug Elzinga at 306-450-7960.
(3) Or you can pickup your purchased steer at 4H members farm.

Other

Lot No.52

2020- 450 Can-am Outlander

1 Photos

4H3042

2020- 450 Can-am Outlander

Livestock, Feed & Equipment

Lot No.10

Simmental Steer "Boomer"

5 Photos

4H3000

Simmental Steer "Boomer"

1540 lbs

Contact:
Carter Lawton 780-795-2644

dslawton2@hotmail.com

Hello meet Boomer. He is a purebred Simmental with excellent marbling and great genetics. The reason I joined 4-H was to help in my community and learn more about raising livestock.

Lot No.11

Angus X Steer "Harvey"

5 Photos

4H3001

Angus X Steer "Harvey"

1200 lbs

Contact:
Sheala Kelley 780-223-0384

This is my 4th year in 4-H. The reason I joined 4-H this year is to learn more about raising a steer I enjoyed being in the club in previous years. My steers name is Harvey.

Lot No.12

Simmental/Angus Steer "Eeyore"

4 Photos

4H3002

Simmental/Angus Steer "Eeyore"

1260 lbs

Contact:
Kaitlyn Coady 780-795-2116

cpcoady@hotmail.com

I joined 4-H again this year because I enjoy working with cattle.  I have been working extra hours with my calf with all other activities being cancelled.  He is very calm and gaining well. 

Lot No.13

Simmental X Limo Steer "Lane"

3 Photos

4H3003

Simmental X Limo Steer "Lane"

1360 lbs

Contact:
Brooklyn Fossheim 780-723-7429

chrisfossheim@hotmail.com

This is my 7th year in 4-H. This year I'm bringing a Simmental X Limo steer. He's friendly and is putting on lots of weight. I hope this year he finishes off nicely and places well in his classes. Hope to see you at the sale!

Lot No.14

Simmental Steer "Donkey"

5 Photos

4H3004

Simmental Steer "Donkey"

1500 lbs

Contact:
Colson Davis 780-795-2646

jdavis2646@gmail.com

I am an intermediate, and this is my sixth year in 4-H. I have always enjoyed being in 4H. Every year, working with me steer gets a little easier, as every year, I get a little more taller and stronger. I think I like being in 4-H, because I enjoy anything to do with agriculture.

Lot No.15

Simmental/Hereford Steer "Beyond Burger"

1 Photos

4H3005

Simmental/Hereford Steer "Beyond Burger"

1580 lbs

Contact:
Joshua Elzinga 306-450-6121

doug.dawn.elzinga@hushmail.com

My name is Joshua Elzinga, and this is my 4th year in 4-H. My steer this year is a Simmental Hereford cross, and his name is Beyond Burger, as I am trying to put real meat back on the menu! I have spent a lot of time with him, brushing him, feeding him lots of barley, wheat and silage, giving him baths (which he hates, by the way), trying to bring the best meat possible to you! He has an extraordinarily strong headed attitude and loves getting scratched whenever I walk by his pen. And I guarantee you that my steer, Beyond Burger, will be beyond your expectations, and taste beyond better!

Lot No.16

Hereford/Angus Steer "Ted"

1 Photos

4H3006

Hereford/Angus Steer "Ted"

1020 lbs

Contact:
Hanna Dickson 780-728-8819

falondickson82@gmail.com

Hello my name is Hanna and my steer’s name is Ted, he is my 3 rd steer and I am really happy how he has turned out. 4-H has taught me leader ship skills and determination to finish my 4-H project. When I am not helping out on my family farm, I enjoy playing basketball and volleyball with my school team.

Lot No.17

Shorthorn/Simmental Steer "Dumber"

3 Photos

4H3007

Shorthorn/Simmental Steer "Dumber"

1520 lbs

Contact:
Devin Eaton 780-693-2824

baselinefeeders@gmail.com

I have a Steer project and a 2yr Cow/Calf project this year. My steer's name is Dumb. I like learning and working with my projects. I look forward to our sale. Thanks for sponsoring 4-H this year.

Lot No.18

Angus Steer "Mufasa"

5 Photos

4H3008

Angus Steer "Mufasa"

1560 lbs

Contact:
Milne Jansen VanRensburg 780-712-5653

beatricejvr@gmail.com

He is the most stubborn steer EVER.  But he loves to be brushed under his tail, then only does he calm down a bit. Reason I joined 4-H:  My passion in life is to work with animals.

Lot No.19

Miniature Hereford Steer "Guardian"

3 Photos

4H3009

Miniature Hereford Steer "Guardian"

560 lbs

Contact:
Jasmine Dickson 780-712-3770

My name is Jasmine Dickson. I am 10 years old, and this is my first year in the Market Beef project. My goal this year is to learn more about my steer, and how to take care of a steer. My steer is a Miniature Hereford who started the year weighing 320 lbs. His name is Guardian. I like my steer because he is fun to work with, especially his really fuzzy hair coat.

Lot No.20

Simmental/Belted X Steer "Andrew"

1 Photos

4H3010

Simmental/Belted X Steer "Andrew"

1380 lbs

Contact:
Quinn Davis 780-795-2689

karendavis1977@outlook.com

I joined 4-H because it is fun and I like learning about taming a calf. I also like learning some life skills.

Lot No.21

Angus Steer "Tommi"

5 Photos

4H3011

Angus Steer "Tommi"

1100 lbs

Contact:
Gracie Hetherington 780-286-9299

tarahetherington@ymail.com

Hi my name's Gracie Hetherington and this is my second year in 4H This year I am in the intermediate level with my steer. My steers name is Tommi and he is a 1 year old Black Angus steer. Some of my hobbies are playing piano, horseback riding, and reading. I love to read because it's my escape from reality and shows me not everything has to be real to be magical. My favourite season is spring because springtime is when everything peaks and comes out from their hiding spot. I would like to thank Octane Services for buying my steer last year. I hope to see them bid again!

Lot No.22

Simmental X Steer "Henry"

4 Photos

4H3012

Simmental X Steer "Henry"

1160 lbs

Contact:
Cameron Coady 780-795-2116

cpcoady@hotmail.com

My steer is curious and quiet.  I will miss our regular Achievement Day this year but I look forward to showing him off online.

Lot No.23

Black Simmental Steer "Meisner"

1 Photos

4H3013

Black Simmental Steer "Meisner"

1560 lbs

Contact:
Rose Elzinga 306-450-7960

doug.dawn.elzinga@hushmail.com

Hi, my name is Rose Elzinga. I am 13 years old and this is my 4th year in the Edson 4-H Multi Club doing the beef project. I started 4-H to learn more about feeding and grooming my 4-H steer, showing my steer and, to learn about keeping a record book. I managed to learn these the past 4 years even if not perfect. This year I even got to learn about being secretary in our club! This year my steers name is Meisner and he is a blazed face black Simmental. He has been gaining pounds very well this year and is probably the heaviest steer I had during my 4-H years! I managed to brush and clip him to the best of my abilities this year. He has a pretty big attitude this year too. I tried to lead him after I have him a bath and that turned out to be a large mistake. He took off through the muddy snow. But even though all the bad times we had together there were more good times I am very happy with him this year and hope I have many more good years.

Lot No.24

Purebred Simmental Steer "Goliath"

1 Photos

4H3014

Purebred Simmental Steer "Goliath"

1480 lbs

Contact:
Alexis DeLeeuw 780-728-9133

deleeuwdc@gmail.com

Hi Everyone!  This year I am bringing a purebred Simmental that has grown up on our own little farm.  His mama was my old 4-H cow and has produced wonderful calves and Goliath is no exception!  My 4-H steer is full of muscle and will make some good meat!

Lot No.25

Simmental Steer "Ryland"

3 Photos

4H3015

Simmental Steer "Ryland"

1480 lbs

Contact:
Ryan Werzun 780-779-8640

darrelwerzun@gmail.com

This is my 1st year in 4H. My steers name is Ryland. I enjoy feeding him and scratching him on his head. I am going to miss showing him this year.

Lot No.26

Hereford/Angus Steer "Banjo"

1 Photos

4H3016

Hereford/Angus Steer "Banjo"

1000 lbs

Contact:
Ty Dickson 780-728-8819

falondickson82@gmail.com

My steer is a calf out of my family herd , I picked him because he is very quiet steer. When I am not working with my Steer or going to school, I am playing music on my guitar. 4-H has taught me important skills such as public speaking and leadership. I look forward to future 4-H Events.

Lot No.27

Hereford Steer "Glenn Coco"

1 Photos

4H3017

Hereford Steer "Glenn Coco"

680 lbs

Contact:
Anna Kelley 780-223-0384

My goal in 4-H this year is to gain experience with livestock and to raise my first finished steer. My steers name is Glenn Coco.

Lot No.28

Black Simmental "Gunner"

5 Photos

4H3018

Black Simmental "Gunner"

1440 lbs

Contact:
Rylan Davis 780-795-2646

jdavis2646@gmail.com

This year, I have a heifer, two year old, and a steer. I have always enjoyed being in 4H, and like to learn new things every year about feeding, grooming, and taking care of my animals.

Lot No.29

Simmental Steer "Blaze"

2 Photos

4H3019

Simmental Steer "Blaze"

1480 lbs

Contact:
Briar Polak 780-712-5749

lauraleepolak@gmail.com

This is my 4th year in 4H. My projects are steer and heifer. My steers name is Blaze. I joined 4H because I like working with animals.

Lot No.30

Simmental Steer "Stinger"

1 Photos

4H3020

Simmental Steer "Stinger"

1460 lbs

Contact:
Scarlett Davis 780-795-2689

karendavis1977@outlook.com

I chose my steer because of his long body and his sleek black coat. He is a little feisty but it shows he has heart.

Lot No.32

Angus/Simmental X Steer "Kal-El"

5 Photos

4H3022

Angus/Simmental X Steer "Kal-El"

1720 lbs

Contact:
Ruan Jansen VanRensburg 780-712-5653

beatricejvr@gmail.com

He is big, strong, hardheaded and likes to run around. He hates the halter and don't want to be lead. Reason I joined 4H: I thought it was a productive and educational way to spend my time.

Lot No.33

Simmental Steer "Bamm-Bamm"

5 Photos

4H3023

Simmental Steer "Bamm-Bamm"

1420 lbs

Contact:
Laurianne King 780-693-2676

larry_lauraking@hotmail.com

This is my 8th year in 4H. This year I have a Simmental steer named Bamm-Bamm. He is a very friendly and curious steer and he is putting on weight very well.

Lot No.34

Purebred Simmental Steer "Garfield"

11 Photos

4H3024

Purebred Simmental Steer "Garfield"

1380 lbs

Contact:
Tianna DeLeeuw 780-728-9133

deleeuwdc@gmail.com

I joined 4-H again this year because I love growing a friendship with my steer and female projects.  Although this year is different, with corona virus pandemic, I am almost enjoying it more because it is less stressful and I get to spend more time with my small herd. :)

Lot No.35

Miniature Hereford Steer "Askhim"

5 Photos

4H3025

Miniature Hereford Steer "Askhim"

760 lbs

Contact:
Tyson Bryldt 780-712-3770

I joined 4-H this year again, so I could get more experience with cattle. I think 4-H is fun and for the skills and it can help me get a job in the future, because it teaches me responsibility and record keeping. My steers name is Askhim seriously... just ask him! He is a quiet steer, and likes to be brushed. I've had a lot of fun raising him.

Lot No.36

Black Simmental Steer "Melvin"

5 Photos

4H3026

Black Simmental Steer "Melvin"

1680 lbs

Contact:
Korben Davis 780-795-2646

jdavis2646@gmail.com

This is my third year in 4H. My steer's name is Melvin, he is a real nice quiet calf, but very stubborn when trying to lead him. When I go in the calf pen, he comes up to me right away, and likes to be scratched.

Lot No.37

Simmental X Steer " Dumpling"

1 Photos

4H3027

Simmental X Steer " Dumpling"

1040 lbs

Contact:
Makayla Fossheim 780-712-5842

chfarms1976@yahoo.ca

My name is Makayla Fossheim this is my 3rd year in 4-H, this year my steers name is Dumpling, I know you will be happy with him. Hope you get a chance to check out the other projects everyone worked really hard. Happy bidding!!!!

Lot No.38

Hereford/Simmental Steer "Oreo"

3 Photos

4H3028

Hereford/Simmental Steer "Oreo"

1360 lbs

Contact:
Shaelyn Coady 780-795-2116

cpcoady@hotmail.com

My calf is very friendly and gaining well.  He eats the most of all our calves feed. I usually find him standing in the feed bunk hogging all the feed.

Lot No.39

Speckled Park Steer " Beetle Juice"

4 Photos

4H3029

Speckled Park Steer " Beetle Juice"

1460 lbs

Contact:
Arylea Elzinga 306-450-8076

aryleaelzinga@gmail.com

Greetings! My name is Arylea Elzinga, and this is my 4th year in 4H. I joined yet again this year, as 4H gives me many opportunities to do things I enjoy, or am learning. My steer Beetle Juice, a Speckled Park, has been a lot of fun this year. I saw some speckles at a farm fair not to long ago, and I decided right then, that I really wanted one. I heard a lot about how well speckles grew, and how nicely they finish off. I was not disappointed, and you won't be either.

Lot No.40

Simmental/Angus Steer "Clover"

5 Photos

4H3030

Simmental/Angus Steer "Clover"

1560 lbs

Contact:
Tailyn Davis 780-795-2646

jdavis2646@gmail.com

This is my 5th year in 4H, and this year I have a steer and a heifer. I enjoy training and watching my steer grow, and at the end of the year, showing him off. This year my steer is going to be well finished and ready for the sale.

Lot No.41

Simmental Steer "Dumb"

1 Photos

4H3031

Simmental Steer "Dumb"

1500 lbs

Contact:
Taylor Eaton 780-693-2824

baselinefeeders@gmail.com

I joined 4H because I enjoy learning more about showing cattle. This year I have a Simmental steer which is gaining very well, and will be a well finished steer at sale day.

Lot No.42

Polled Hereford Steer "Pop Tart"

1 Photos

4H3032

Polled Hereford Steer "Pop Tart"

860 lbs

Contact:
Madison Dickson 780-728-8819

falondickson82@gmail.com

Hello my name is Madison, 4-H has taught me many great skills like public speaking , volunteering and caring for my Steer. My steer Pop Tart is my second steer project , I am learning a lot on how to care for caring for cattle.

Lot No.43

Simmental X Steer "Demoses"

3 Photos

4H3033

Simmental X Steer "Demoses"

1040 lbs

Contact:
Dakota Dickson 780-712-3770

My name is Dakota Dickson, I have been in 4H for 4 years, and this is my 3rd market beef project. I really enjoy working with the animals everyday. I enjoy learning in 4H, and I like the challenges of growing and trying to do better every year. My steers name is Demoseos, and he is a Simmental X, who was born on our farm. Demoseos is very friendly. We have been working hard on leading with a halter, but this is a challenge for us. I hope you enjoy eating him as much as I have enjoyed raising him!

Lot No.44

Simmental/Charolais Steer "Bear Bear"

1 Photos

4H3034

Simmental/Charolais Steer "Bear Bear"

1420 lbs

Contact:
Cassidy Davis 780-795-2689

karendavis1977@outlook.com

I chose my steer because I have always loved the light coloured cows with Char influence. Well muscles and thick.

Lot No.45

Limo X Steer "Dale"

5 Photos

4H3035

Limo X Steer "Dale"

1420 lbs

Contact:
Jillian Fossheim 780-517-7670

kirkfossheim@hotmail.com

This is my 4th year in 4H. My steer is a good beefy calf. I've been working hard with him, he's friendly and I am able to pet him. My favourite part about 4H is meeting new people.

Lot No.46

Simmental Steer "Henry"

1 Photos

4H3036

Simmental Steer "Henry"

1220 lbs

Contact:
Kate Hamill 780-795-2215

nphamill@icloud.com

I joined 4-H to learn how to care for and properly feed a steer. My goals for this year is to make him as big, fat, juicy and friendly as possible.

Lot No.47

Simmental Steer " Goliath"

5 Photos

4H3037

Simmental Steer " Goliath"

1160 lbs

Contact:
Hayden Plunkie 780-693-0120

Hayden Plunkie, age 12. This is my first year in 4-H. I joined 4-H for the experience of raising a steer and to learn to do by doing. My steers name is Goliath.

Lot No.48

Simmental Steer "Diesel"

2 Photos

4H3038

Simmental Steer "Diesel"

1480 lbs

Contact:
Decland Polak 780-712-5749

lauraleepolak@gmail.com

This is my 6th year in 4H. I have a steer project this year. My steers name is Diesel. I joined 4H because I like raising steers to show every year!

Lot No.49

Simmental Steer "Ragner"

5 Photos

4H3039

Simmental Steer "Ragner"

1400 lbs

Contact:
Tayden Dickson 780-712-3770

My name is Tayden Dickson. This is my 4th market beef project, and each year I learn more about feeding, training, and record keeping. I joined 4-H this year so that I can keep improving my skills and help newer members in learning. My steer is a Simmental, and his name is Ragnar. He is a gentle giant, and this has been my best steer so far. Ragnar has excelled with his weight and training, due to my learning and experiences in previous years, and his willing personality.

Lot No.50

Simmental X Steer "BBQ"

1 Photos

4H3040

Simmental X Steer "BBQ"

1060 lbs

Contact:
Conor Fossheim 780-712-5842

chfarms1976@yahoo.ca

My name is Conor Fossheim, I am 9 years old. This is my first year in 4H. I have a steer and a heifer project this year. My steers name is BBQ, his is quiet and nice. I hope you can find the time to take a look online. Happy Bidding!

Lot No.51

Charolais/Black Angus Steer "Chicken"

1 Photos

4H3041

Charolais/Black Angus Steer "Chicken"

1580 lbs

Contact:
Heidi Elzinga 306-450-6121

doug.dawn.elzinga@hushmail.com

My name is Heidi Elzinga, and this is my 4th year in 4-H. This year I decided to go with a silver Charolais/Black Angus cross, as I love the colour of their coats, and the way they grow. I decided to name my steer Chicken, because the first time I took him for a walk outside he got a little too exited and got away from me. He saw the chicken coop and ran right through the chicken wire, in what I perceived to be an attempt to become one with the coop! I decided his attempt might as well be successful, and he would have to reap his rewards of the new name I bestowed upon him. And if he likes his name, I am unaware, as he seems mildly indifferent when I call him by it while brushing, feeding him, or sitting in the pen with him. I think he is one of my favorite steers that I have owned, with his spunky attitude and adorable expressions. Chicken grew like a dandelion in the flower bed!

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