Triple crown for Drum Chrysler at West Wheat­land 4-H Sale

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The Supreme Grand Steer was raised by Teia Dahm and weighed in at 1,419 lbs., and bought by Ar­mand Tessier of Drumheller Chrysler at $4/lb, earn­ing him­self a triple crown of champs from the Drumheller, Hus­sar, and West Wheat­land 4-H sales. ful for the money they re­ceived for their projects, es­pe­cially with the down­turn in the econ­omy.”

The West Wheat­land 4-H Show and Sale fea­tured clubs from Rock­y­ford, Stan­dard, and Chea­dle.

The av­er­age price for beef this year was $2.89/ lb. and around $6.25/lb. for sheep.

Ar­mand Tessier of Drumheller Chrysler com­pleted his triple crown with the pur­chase of the 1,1419 lbs. Supreme Grand Steer raised by Teia Dahm and sold for $4/lb. Tessier had pre­vi­ously bought the grand cham­pion at the Drumheller and Dis­trict 4H sale and the Hus­sar sale.

The Supreme Re­serve Steer was raised by Cal­lum Koller and sold for $3.10/lb., bought by Mike Con­ley of Pure Coun­try Meats in Strath­more and weigh­ing in at 1,512 lbs.

The Supreme Grand Sheep was bought by Pa­trick Mo­han of Strath­more Mo­tor Prod­ucts for $6.25/lb. and raised by Grace Heu­ver. The Supreme Re­serve Sheep was bought by Gates Agen­cies for $5.50/lb.

The Drumheller Co-op do­nated $1,000 to each club present, mak­ing it 11 dif­fer­ent clubs its do­nated that amount to this sea­son.

“That’s a big sigh of re­lief for us,” said El­lis, ex­plain­ing that the funds help cover the ex­pense to the 4-H clubs for putting on the event.

The Supreme Re­serve Steer sold for $3.10/lb. to Mike Con­ley of Pure Coun­try Meats, and raised by han­dler Cal­lum Koller to a weight of 1,512 lbs.

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