Faith Stock Show Pen of 3 results
The Faith Stock Show held their annual Pen of 3 Show on Aug. 10, at the fairgrounds in Faith, SD. Ty and Carrie Dieters were the event organizers and did a fantastic job. There were 25 total pens consisting of bull calves, heifer calves, steer calves and bred heifers. The cattle came from within a 100-mile radius of Faith. The Champion pen in each division was awarded a trophy belt buckle and the Reserve Chamipon pen reiceved embroidered jackets. The overall Supreme Champion pen received a hand tooled leather event planner. Judging the event were TJ Gabriel from Midland, SD, Quentin Johnson from Brandon, SD, and Justin Tupper from St. Onge, SD.
The division winners are as follows:
Grand Champion bull calves, Ingalls Centennial Angus Ranch, Faith, SD
Reserve Champion bull calves, Joel and Joanne Kammerer, Philip, SD
Grand Champion heifer calves, Don and Lura Kirkpatrick, Midland, SD
Reserve Champion heifer calves, Jerry Hammerquist, Caputa, SD
Grand Champion steer calves, Jerry Hammerquist, Caputa, SD
Reserve Champion steer calves, Ingalls Centennial Angus Ranch, Faith, SD
Grand Champion bred heifers, Ingalls Centennial Angus Ranch, Faith, SD
Reserve Champion bred heifers, Johnson-Rose Angus, Mobridge, SD
Supreme Champion, Don & Lura Kirkpatrick, Midland, SD
Ty and Carrie Dieters’ Pen of 3 competition was a successful event that showcased high-quality cattle from around the area.
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