Hussar 4-H Show and Sale fetches top dollar
Almost 45 members were in attendance for the annual Hussar 4-H show and sale on Sunday, May 28.
Congratulations go out to Kayla Sandum and her 1462 pound Charolais for winning the top banner of Grand Champion. Brody Hale won Reserve Grand Champion with his 1342 pound Black Angus steer.
Riverside Packers bought the fundraiser steer for $2.60 a pound. All the money raised was put towards Friends of Wheatland.
For the intermediate class, Erin Slemko received $3.00 even for her Red Angus as she was named the intermediate champion. Intermediate reserve champion was Tate Yule with his Simmental steer selling for $3.20 per pound.
Senior Reserve Champion was Lane Adamcewicz selling for $3.10 per pound. Junior Reserve Champion was Jayna Hale selling her Black Angus for $3.00 per pound.
The best rate of gain went to Brody Hale. In the Junior classes for groom- ing, showmanship, and conformation, Landon Schelske reigned champion for grooming and showmanship. Brody Hale won on the conformation side. Garnet Miller was the reserve junior groomer and Avery Koole won reserve champion for showmanship. Jayna Hale won junior reserve conformation.
As for intermediates, there was a good number of members represented. Tate Yule won first place in the grooming class with Erin Slemko sitting pretty in second. For showmanship, Barret Christensen won first and Mary Sandum placed second. Conformation champion was Erin Slemko and Tate Yule following with reserve.
In the senior grooming and showmanship classes, Jourdyn Sammons placed first with Decklin Christensen in second. Kayla Sandum won first in the senior conformation class with Landon Schelske in second.
Overall Grand Grooming was won by Jourdyn Sammons with Tate Yule as reserve. Grand showmanship was also taken by Jourdyn Sammons but with Landon Schelske trailing behind. Lastly, Grand Conformation went to Kayla Sandum with Brody Hale taking the reserve grand champion spot.
The event was well received with an extremely proud community supporting youth in such a large experience.
Congratulations to Brody Hale for winning Reserve Grand Champion with his 1,342 pound Black Angus steer. Armand Tessier of Drumheller Chrysler bought the animal for $3.50 per pound.
Congratulations to Kayla Sandum for winning grand champion with her 1,462 pound Charolais steer. Ray Ainscough of Riverside Value Drug Mart bought the animal which sold for $4.50 per pound. The average price of the club sold for $3.11 a pound.