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Youth recognized for cattle projects

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Six Iowa youth were recognized with Iowa Beef Heifer Awards for their achievements with their purebred breeding heifer projects during the 2012 Iowa State Fair.

The Iowa Beef Heifer Award evaluates the applicants' leadership and involvement in breed organizations and community activities as well as responsibilities and growth within their project. All 4-H, FFA and junior association members who own and exhibit a market beef or breeding heifer at the Iowa State Fair are eligible to enter. The award is coordinated by the Iowa Cattlemen's Association, and is sponsored by the Iowa State Fair and the beef breeds associations.

Finalists in each breed area were interviewed during the Iowa State Fair. The winners of each breed division received a certificate for the purchase of a registered female beef animal. Show halters, sponsored by Kent Feeds, were presented to runners-up.

This year's Iowa Beef Heifer Award winners (listed first) and runners-up, by breed, are: Chianina, Heather Schnitker, Alden (no runner-up); Maine Anjou, Kourtney Grimm, Audubon, and Kaleb Miller, Lacona; Shorthorn, Keiffer Sexton, Ainsworth, and Maggie Vogl, Adair; and Simmental, Trey Jass, Garner; (no runner-up).

All 4-H, FFA and junior association members who own and exhibit a market beef or breeding heifer at the Iowa State Fair are eligible to enter the competition for this annual award. Applicants may participate in one of the following breed divisions: Angus, Charolais, Chianina, Gelbvieh, Hereford, Limousin, Maine-Anjou, Red Angus, Salers, Shorthorn or Simmental.

Date: 9/3/2012



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