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Event Details – June 16, 2019

WC - Regional - Beef Female Show

Deadline: May 31, 2019 4:00 PM  
Start Date: June 16, 2019 8:00 AM End Date: June 16, 2019 3:34 PM
Location: TBD  

Program Description:


Tentative Schedule:
Saturday, June 15th
Arrivals allowed after 5:00 p.m. You must notify the 4-H office prior to June 8th if you plan to arrive on Saturday.
Sunday, June 16
Registration: 8:00 am to 8:45 am – sign up for Judging & Team Grooming skill competitions at this time
Competitions will start at 9:00 am. The schedule will be available the morning of the show.

  • Marketing
  • Judging
  • Team Grooming (find your own partner)
  • Lunch Break
  • Conformation Classes with Showmanship to be chosen from classes.

Members will be eligible to advance to the UFA Youth Supreme Quest and National Young Cattleman Program to be held in Bashaw in August.

Entry Fee: $40 per member – includes first project animal, snacks & lunch
$15 for each additional projects (heifer or cow/calf pair)
$20 per Cleaver Kid

Junior, Intermediate and Senior 4-H members will have an opportunity to participate in the Marketing Skill competition at the Regional 4-H Beef Female Show.
1 to 2 minute presentation on the following scenario: What are the benefits of beef vs. chicken.
2 to 3 minute presentation on the following scenario: Within the cattle industry, what is the importance of purebred vs. commercial cattle. Consider bloodlines, genetics, etc.
Members may choose one of the following scenarios to make a 3 minute presentation:
1. Carbon. Cows. Cars.
When you have encountered an individual- who doesn’t understand the agricultural beef industry or people’s passion to provide the best product we can- what would you say to get them to understand & respect the farming/ranching business? Perhaps the many positives instead of the negatives this individual has chosen to believe.
2. Radical Animal Activists
Encounter with a radical individual at a major livestock show- a person is very nasty with the fact you have livestock on display & is causing a scene. How would you go about deflecting & or dealing with someone that thinks it is cruel?
When purchasing dairy products or meat counter items at a grocery store & you encounter a small group of people disrupting the area with miss truths about the “intensive factory farming”. What would you do??

Camping is available on the grounds. Must be self-contained, no power available.
The Michener Park Campground is located near the Lacombe Golf Course on the west side of Lacombe. You are responsible for making your reservation.

1. Cleaver Kids (Age 6 to 8 as of January 1, 2019) project calf – Conformation and Showmanship
For 4-H Members, aged 9 – 20 as of January 1, 2019. Classes may be spit or combined, depending upon the number of entries.
2. Purebred Yearling Heifer (born in 2018)
3. Purebred Two Year Old (born in 2017) with Natural Calf at Foot
4. Purebred Three Year Old (born in 2016) with Natural Calf at Foot
5. Commercial Yearling Heifer (born in 2018)
6. Commercial Two Year Old (born in 2017) with Natural Calf at Foot
7. Commercial Three Year Old (born in 2016) with Natural Calf at Foot

Members are welcome to sign up at registration for the skill competitions - judging, marketing and team grooming. Showmanship will be judged during conformation classes.

Cheques made payable to “West Central Regional 4-H Council
Entry Deadline: May 31, 2019
Please submit the entry form and fee to:
4-H Section
Alberta Agriculture and Forestry
Postal Bag 600

Event PDF:    West Central Regional web page
Region: West Central
Who can apply: All Members

For more information contact: Yvonne Yaremcio, Phone: 310-0000 then 403-742-7547, Fax: 310-0000 then 403-742-7527, Email: