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Townsend Jackpot Junior Livestock Show attracts many entries

Photo by Bill BrewsterJayelyn Ruckman, right, of Fairfield, MT, exhibited the Grand Champion lamb while Mesa King, center, of Big Timber, MT exhibited the Reserve Champion lamb.

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With 135 total entries, the first Townsend Jackpot Junior Livestock Show attracted exhibitors from throughout the state on June 6 at the Broadwater County Fairgrounds.

Part of “The Series,” the jackpot show featured 72 total beef entries, 35 hogs and 16 lambs for the day-long event judged by Marty Ropp of Bozeman, MT.

Kyle Frye of Three Forks, MT, exhibited the grand champion steer and Katie Vincent of Hobson, MT, showed the reserve champion.



Jena Wagner of Billings, MT, showed the grand champion breeding beef entry and Kyle Frye, of Three Forks, MT exhibited the reserve champion.

Beau Brommenshenk of Billings, MT, exhibited the grand champion registered Angus steer and Beth Vincent of Hobson, MT had the reserve champion.



The grand champion Hereford steer was exhibited by Kayla Lowery of Deer Lodge, MT.

Katie Vincent of Hobson, MT, won the Senior Beef Showmanship class.

Past shows in the series included the Mountain Magic in Bozeman on May 22 and the Helena Jackpot show on June 12. Upcoming shows are the Montana Junior Beef Expo in Lewistown, June 17-19 and the Beaverhead Bonanza in Dillon on June 26.

The shows are opened to all youth, including 4-H and FFA members ,as a way to provide more livestock showing experience.

The winning steer in the series is awarded a $500 prize that is sponsored by Schuett Farms of Dillon, MT and the winning heifer is awarded a $500 prize sponsored by Sitz Angus of Harrison, MT and Circle L Angus.

Information on the remaining shows in the series may be obtained by contacting Shelli Schuett at 406-683-2406.

With 135 total entries, the first Townsend Jackpot Junior Livestock Show attracted exhibitors from throughout the state on June 6 at the Broadwater County Fairgrounds.

Part of “The Series,” the jackpot show featured 72 total beef entries, 35 hogs and 16 lambs for the day-long event judged by Marty Ropp of Bozeman, MT.

Kyle Frye of Three Forks, MT, exhibited the grand champion steer and Katie Vincent of Hobson, MT, showed the reserve champion.

Jena Wagner of Billings, MT, showed the grand champion breeding beef entry and Kyle Frye, of Three Forks, MT exhibited the reserve champion.

Beau Brommenshenk of Billings, MT, exhibited the grand champion registered Angus steer and Beth Vincent of Hobson, MT had the reserve champion.

The grand champion Hereford steer was exhibited by Kayla Lowery of Deer Lodge, MT.

Katie Vincent of Hobson, MT, won the Senior Beef Showmanship class.

Past shows in the series included the Mountain Magic in Bozeman on May 22 and the Helena Jackpot show on June 12. Upcoming shows are the Montana Junior Beef Expo in Lewistown, June 17-19 and the Beaverhead Bonanza in Dillon on June 26.

The shows are opened to all youth, including 4-H and FFA members ,as a way to provide more livestock showing experience.

The winning steer in the series is awarded a $500 prize that is sponsored by Schuett Farms of Dillon, MT and the winning heifer is awarded a $500 prize sponsored by Sitz Angus of Harrison, MT and Circle L Angus.

Information on the remaining shows in the series may be obtained by contacting Shelli Schuett at 406-683-2406.

With 135 total entries, the first Townsend Jackpot Junior Livestock Show attracted exhibitors from throughout the state on June 6 at the Broadwater County Fairgrounds.

Part of “The Series,” the jackpot show featured 72 total beef entries, 35 hogs and 16 lambs for the day-long event judged by Marty Ropp of Bozeman, MT.

Kyle Frye of Three Forks, MT, exhibited the grand champion steer and Katie Vincent of Hobson, MT, showed the reserve champion.

Jena Wagner of Billings, MT, showed the grand champion breeding beef entry and Kyle Frye, of Three Forks, MT exhibited the reserve champion.

Beau Brommenshenk of Billings, MT, exhibited the grand champion registered Angus steer and Beth Vincent of Hobson, MT had the reserve champion.

The grand champion Hereford steer was exhibited by Kayla Lowery of Deer Lodge, MT.

Katie Vincent of Hobson, MT, won the Senior Beef Showmanship class.

Past shows in the series included the Mountain Magic in Bozeman on May 22 and the Helena Jackpot show on June 12. Upcoming shows are the Montana Junior Beef Expo in Lewistown, June 17-19 and the Beaverhead Bonanza in Dillon on June 26.

The shows are opened to all youth, including 4-H and FFA members ,as a way to provide more livestock showing experience.

The winning steer in the series is awarded a $500 prize that is sponsored by Schuett Farms of Dillon, MT and the winning heifer is awarded a $500 prize sponsored by Sitz Angus of Harrison, MT and Circle L Angus.

Information on the remaining shows in the series may be obtained by contacting Shelli Schuett at 406-683-2406.

With 135 total entries, the first Townsend Jackpot Junior Livestock Show attracted exhibitors from throughout the state on June 6 at the Broadwater County Fairgrounds.

Part of “The Series,” the jackpot show featured 72 total beef entries, 35 hogs and 16 lambs for the day-long event judged by Marty Ropp of Bozeman, MT.

Kyle Frye of Three Forks, MT, exhibited the grand champion steer and Katie Vincent of Hobson, MT, showed the reserve champion.

Jena Wagner of Billings, MT, showed the grand champion breeding beef entry and Kyle Frye, of Three Forks, MT exhibited the reserve champion.

Beau Brommenshenk of Billings, MT, exhibited the grand champion registered Angus steer and Beth Vincent of Hobson, MT had the reserve champion.

The grand champion Hereford steer was exhibited by Kayla Lowery of Deer Lodge, MT.

Katie Vincent of Hobson, MT, won the Senior Beef Showmanship class.

Past shows in the series included the Mountain Magic in Bozeman on May 22 and the Helena Jackpot show on June 12. Upcoming shows are the Montana Junior Beef Expo in Lewistown, June 17-19 and the Beaverhead Bonanza in Dillon on June 26.

The shows are opened to all youth, including 4-H and FFA members ,as a way to provide more livestock showing experience.

The winning steer in the series is awarded a $500 prize that is sponsored by Schuett Farms of Dillon, MT and the winning heifer is awarded a $500 prize sponsored by Sitz Angus of Harrison, MT and Circle L Angus.

Information on the remaining shows in the series may be obtained by contacting Shelli Schuett at 406-683-2406.


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