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2018 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day
Hope Hull, Alabama
Total Number Shown: 22
Show Dates: 06/02/18
Judge(s): Callie Akins, Nashville, Ga.

Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Bull

Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Bull
Graves Man In Black 711 won grand champion bred-and-owned bull at the 2018 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 2 in Hope Hull, Ala. Audra Graves, Cleveland, Ala., owns the October 2017 son of Colburn Primo 5153. Callie Akins, Nashville, Ga., evaluated the 22 entries. Photo by Mark Sims, American Angus Association.

Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Bull

Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Bull
Birge Farms Brutus 622E won reserve grand champion bred-and-owned bull at the 2018 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 2 in Hope Hull, Ala. Case Birge, Graceville, Fla., owns the August 2017 son of S A V Bismarck 5682. Callie Akins, Nashville, Ga., evaluated the 22 entries. Photo by Mark Sims, American Angus Association.

Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Female

Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Female
Graves Flora Rose A E G 701 won grand champion bred-and-owned female at the 2018 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 2 in Hope Hull, Ala. Audra Graves, Cleveland, Ala., owns the September 2017 daughter of Colburn Primo 5153. Callie Akins, Nashville, Ga., evaluated the 22 entries. Photo by Mark Sims, American Angus Association.

Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Female

Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Female
Graves Sylvia Rose A E G 706 won reserve grand champion bred-and-owned female at the 2018 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 2 in Hope Hull, Ala. Audra Graves, Cleveland, Ala., owns the October 2017 daughter of S A V Brilliance 8077. Callie Akins, Nashville, Ga., evaluated the 22 entries. Photo by Mark Sims, American Angus Association.

Grand Champion Owned Female

Grand Champion Owned Female
AED Shadoe 714E won grand champion owned female at the 2018 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 2 in Hope Hull, Ala. Wheeler Allen, Lexington, Ala., owns the October 2017 daughter of S A V Beacon 0008. Callie Akins, Nashville, Ga., evaluated the 22 entries. Photo by Mark Sims, American Angus Association.

Reserve Grand Champion Owned Female

Reserve Grand Champion Owned Female
Champion Hill EMBLYNETTE9098 won reserve grand champion owned female at the 2018 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 2 in Hope Hull, Ala. Heather Gladney, Buhl, Ala., owns the September 2016 daughter of S A V Classified 3427. Callie Akins, Nashville, Ga., evaluated the 22 entries. Photo by Mark Sims, American Angus Association.

Grand Champion Cow-calf Pair

Grand Champion Cow-calf Pair
AAM Erica 3162 won grand champion cow-calf pair at the 2018 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 2 in Hope Hull, Ala. Case Birge, Graceville, Fla., owns the March 2016 daughter of PVF Insight 0129. A January 2018 bull calf sired by Coleman Charlo 0256 completes the winning pair. Callie Akins, Nashville, Ga., evaluated the 22 entries. Photo by Mark Sims, American Angus Association.

Angus Royalty

Abigail McCord, New Market, Ala., left, was crowned Miss Alabama Angus at the 2018 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 2 in Hope Hull, Ala. Also pictured is Melody Barton, Alabama Angus Auxiliary president. Photo by Mark Sims, American Angus Association.

Overall Showmanship Winner

These juniors won top honors in their showmanship divisions at the 2018 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 2 in Hope Hull, Ala. Pictured from left are Audra Graves, Cleveland, Ala., senior champion; Callie Akins, judge; and Wheeler Allen, Lexington, Ala., junior champion. Photo by Mark Sims, American Angus Association.

Alabama Junior Angus Board

These young men and women were elected to serve on the Alabama Junior Angus Association board of directors and are pictured at the 2018 Alabama Angus Association Field Day and Junior Preview Show, June 2 in Hope Hull, Ala. Pictured seated from left are Katie Smith, Cullman, Ala., president; Layton Adams, Union Springs, Ala., vice president; Audra Graves, Cleveland, Ala., secretary-treasurer; and Aspen Adams, Union Springs, Ala., reporter. Directors seated back row from left are Chelsea Langley, Camp Hill, Ala.; Heather Gladney, Buhl, Ala.; Abigail McCord, New Market, Ala.; Case Birge, Graceville, Fla.; and Ellis Ann Evans, Hope Hull, Ala. Photo by Mark Sims, American Angus Association.

Voting Delegates

These junior Angus members were selected as voting delegates for this years National Junior Angus Show held this July in Madison, Wis., and are pictured at the 2018 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 2 in Hope Hull, Ala. Pictured from left are Katie Smith, Cullman, Ala.; Case Birge, Graceville, Fla.; and Abigail McCord, New Market, Ala. Photo by Mark Sims, American Angus Association.

Breeder of the Year

Rusty and Debbie Graydon, J.H. Graydon Farm, Montgomery, Ala., received the Breeder of the Year award at the 2018 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 2 in Hope Hull, Ala. Pictured from left are Debbie and Rusty Graydon, and Chris Wisener, Alabama Angus Association president, presenting. Photo by Mark Sims, American Angus Association.

Richard Dyar Scholarship

Abigail McCord, New Market, Ala., left, received the Richard Dyar Scholarship at the 2018 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 2 in Hope Hull, Ala. Also pictured is Richard Dyar, presenting, right. Photo by Mark Sims, American Angus Association.

Outgoing Junior Advisors

Mary and Mahlon Richburg, Auburn, Ala., are outgoing junior advisors and are pictured at the 2018 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 2 in Hope Hull, Ala. Photo by Mark Sims, American Angus Association.