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Carcass Steer Contest at the 2017 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS)
Des Moines, Iowa
Show Dates: 07/09/17 - 07/15/17
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Second Place Carcass Group

These North Dakota junior Angus members won reserve champion state carcass group in the Carcass Steer Contest at the 2017 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 9-15 in Des Moines, Iowa. Pictured from left are Kelsey Vandeberghe, Cleveland, N.D., recipient; Dr. Curtis Long, Briarwood Angus Farms, presenting; and Alexis Vandeberghe, Cleveland, N.D., recipient. Photo by Pearls Pics, on behalf of the American Angus Association.

Top 10 Carcass

These junior Angus members entered steers in the top 10 Carcass Steer Contest at the 2017 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 9-15 in Des Moines, Iowa. Pictured from left are Rose Wendel, Lamoure, N.D., tenth; Kelsey Vandeberghe, sixth and ninth and Alexis Vandeberghe, eighth; both of Cleveland, N.D.; Aubrey Herbers, Lynchburg, Va., seventh; Gordon Clark, Gretna, Va., fifth; and Chase Monte, Mexico, Mo., third. Photo by Pearls Pics, on behalf of the American Angus Association.

Bred & Owned Champion & Champion Carcass Steer

These junior Angus members won top honors in the Bred-and-Owned Carcass Steer Contest at the 2017 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 9-15 in Des Moines, Iowa. Garrett Bromenshenk, Billings, Mont., center, won grand champion carcass steer. The 1,366 pound steer sired by BSF Hot Lotto 1401 graded low prime with a 3.2 yield grade. Beau Bromenshenk, Billings, Mont., won reserve grand champion carcass steer. The 1,312 pound steer sired by BC 7022 Raven 7965 graded low prime with a 3.8 yield grade. Jonna McCullough is pictured accepting the award on behalf of Beau, right. Also pictured is Dr. Curtis Long, Briarwood Angus Farms, left, presenting. Photo by Pearls Pics, on behalf of the American Angus Association.

Champion & Reserve Champion Carcass Steer

These junior Angus members won top honors in the Carcass Steer Contest at the 2017 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 9-15 in Des Moines, Iowa. Garrett Bromenshenk, Billings, Mont., center, won grand champion carcass steer. The 1,366 pound steer sired by BSF Hot Lotto 1401 graded low prime with a 3.2 yield grade. Suter Clark, Gretna, Va., left, won reserve grand champion carcass steer. The 1,340 pound steer sired by G A R Prophet graded low prime with a 2.0 yield grade. Pictured presenting the awards is Dr. Curtis Long, Briarwood Angus Farms, left. Photo by Pearls Pics, on behalf of the American Angus Association.