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2015 Iowa State Fair Angus Show
Des Moines, Iowa
Total Number Shown: 225
Show Dates: 08/18/15
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Judge(s): Randy Daniel, Colbert, Ga.

First Place Get-of-sire

Schermer Angus, Clarion, Iowa, won first place get-of-sire at the 2015 Iowa State Fair Angus Show, Aug. 18 in Des Moines, Iowa. Silveiras Conversion 8064 sired the winning group. Photo by Adam Conover, American Angus Association.

Junior Get-of-sire

Schermer Angus, Clarion, Iowa, won junior get-of-sire at the 2015 Iowa State Fair Angus Show, Aug. 18 in Des Moines, Iowa. Silveiras Conversion 8064 sired the winning trio. Photo by Adam Conover, American Angus Association.

Breeders' Best Six Head

Webster Farms, Walker, Iowa, won breeders' best six head at the 2015 Iowa State Fair Angus Show, Aug. 18 in Des Moines, Iowa. Photo by Adam Conover, American Angus Association.

Premier Breeder

Younge Cattle Co., Ventura, Iowa, won premier breeder at the 2015 Iowa State Fair Angus Show, Aug. 18 in Des Moines, Iowa. Pictured from left are Robin, Courtney, Sydney and Marc Younge. Photo by Adam Conover, American Angus Association.

Premier Exhibitor

Henderson Farms, Drakesville, Iowa, won premier exhibitor at the 2015 Iowa State Fair Angus Show, Aug. 18 in Des Moines, Iowa. Pictured from left are Tyler, David and Tucker Henderson. Photo by Adam Conover, American Angus Association.

Produce-of-dam

Jensen Angus, Plainfield, Iowa, won produce-of-dam at the 2015 Iowa State Fair Angus Show, Aug. 18 in Des Moines, Iowa. Champion Hill Shadoe 5946 produced the winning group. Photo by Adam Conover, American Angus Association.

Bronze and Silver Awards

Tyler Steele, Anita, left, and Tim Mardesen, Oxford, center, were presented with their Bronze and Silver Awards at the 2015 Iowa State Fair Angus Show, Aug. 18 in Des Moines, Iowa. Pictured presenting the awards is Adam Conover, American Angus Association regional manager, right. The Bronze and Silver Awards are the first two levels of the National Junior Angus Association Recognition Program. Juniors must apply for the awards and then meet point requirements in many areas of participation before receiving them.

Bronze and Silver Award

Sydney Younge, Ventura, left, was presented her Bronze and Silver Awards at the 2015 Iowa State Fair Angus Show, Aug. 18 in Des Moines, Iowa. Pictured presenting the awards is Adam Conover, American Angus Association regional manager, right. The Bronze and Silver Awards are the first two levels of the National Junior Angus Association Recognition Program. Juniors must apply for the awards and then meet point requirements in many areas of participation before receiving them.