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Brahman's group to have junior national show

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The American Junior Brahman Association will have the 2013 “All American” in Lufkin, Texas, June 24 to 30, at the George H Henderson Jr. Expo Center.

Youth members may compete in cattle exhibition, showmanship classes, leadership contests, and queen and princess contests.

Festivities start June 25 with check in, weighing and measuring of cattle, public speaking contest, and a welcome supper. June 26 will consist of showmanship contests, judged by Johnny Levasseur. A sales talk contest will follow.

The bred-and-owned classes will be judged the morning of June 27 by Mark Ebeling. This day will be concluded with livestock judging contest, queen and princess interviews, and Shawnee Bailey interviews. The owned classes of females and bulls will be judged June 28-29 by Mitch Thomas. The AJBA annual membership meeting will be June 28 and concluded with a herdsman quiz.

The “All American” National Junior Brahman Show awards more than $50,000 in premiums, scholarships, and awards to AJBA members each year. Visit the junior page at Brahman.org for a complete schedule of events. The American Brahman Breeders Association is the world registry for Brahman cattle. For more information on ABBA or Brahman cattle visit www.brahman.org.

Date: 6/10/2013



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