Heim, Effling show beef champs in SD Summer Spotlight
Despite the extreme temperatures, the 2016 South Dakota Summer Spotlight was well attended, with 1,200 plus animals being exhibited. The South Dakota Beef Breeds Council hosts the annual event which was held July 21-24, 2016 in Huron.
Beef Heifer Show
Grand Champion Heifer, a Hereford, shown by Chesney Effling
Reserve Champion Heifer, an Angus shown by Trevor Bergh
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Third, a Simmental Solution was shown by Kenidey Effling
Fourth, a Charolais cow/calf pair, shown by Landen Mack
Fifth, the reserve Charolais heifer shown by Cagney Effling.
Grand Champion Market Animal, Talli Heim with a Maine Anjou steer
Reserve, Kai Thomsen with his reserve Maine Anjou steer
Third, Jaxson Schrag with the champion Shorthorn Plus steer
Fourth, Rachel Derksen’s crossbred steer
Fifth, Kindra Wolter’s reserve crossbred steer
Grand Champion Breeding Doe, Kai Thomsen
Reserve, Hannah Peterson
Grand Champion Market Goat, Kai Thomsen
Reserve, Madison Rule
Grand Champion Market Lamb, Madison Rule
Reserve, Maddy Fairley
Supreme Champion Ewe, a Hampshire shown by Faith Houghtaling
Reserve, Hunter Miller
Supreme Champion Ram, Hunter Mille
Reserve, Wesley Linke.
Grand Champion Market Barrow, Sage Voegele
Reserve, Riley Vanderwall
Champion Overall Market Gilt, Cash Voegele
Reserve, Sage Voegele
Champion Prospect Barrow, Cash Voegele
Reserve, Oakley Plamp
Champion Overall Prospect Gilt, Cash Lehrman
Reserve, and Cash Voegele
South Dakota Extension hosted a livestock judging clinic.
To help raise funds for the 2017 South Dakota Summer Spotlight, the SDBBC will host a silent auction on Sunday, Sept 4, 2016 in conjunction with the cattle social held in the open class beef barn. If you are interested in donating, please contact VeaBea Thomas or Tammy Mikkelson.
For more information on the South Dakota Summer Spotlight, check out the event Facebook page.
–South Dakota Summer Spotlight
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