Beef

Drawing by an actual Cranbrook & District 4-H member. Cuts may vary by name.

Meet the Beef Producers

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Hello my name is Payton Hutchinson and I have been in South Country Craft and Critters 4H club for 5 years. This is my 3rd beef project. My steer’s name is Xander and he weighs approximately 1300 lbs. He is a Black Angus cross. My goal is to have him weigh 1300 lbs for the Auction on June 5th, 2022. I purchased Xander from a local ranch, Bolen Livestock.
- Why do you like 4-H? Because I like raising animals and earning my own money
- What other projects do you do in 4-H? I am in beef, swine, sewing and foods. I enjoy them all.
- What do you like to do besides 4-H? I ride horses and play baseball and sewing.
I would like to thank Mongoose Machine, The Wilson Family and Annie Cox for purchasing my steer in 2021.

Hello, my name is Sawyer Hutchinson and I have been in South Country Craft and Critters 4-H club for 7 years. This is my 6th beef project. My steer’s name is
Fitzgerald and he weighs approximately 1200 lbs. He is a Simmental/Limousin cross.My goal is to have him weigh 1300 lbs for the Auction on June 5th, 2022. I
purchased Fitzgerald from Crossing Creek Cattle in Alberta.
Why do you like 4-H? I like 4-H because it has taught me many life skills and we are always learning new things as well.
- What have you learned raising your project? This is my 6th beef project, this year I learned more about how to choose the perfect animal for my intended project.
What do you do besides 4-H? Besides 4-H I like to help my family around our farm and my hobbies include riding horses, roping, riding dirt bikes and
hunting.

I would like to thank Madeline Bragg, Oestreich Family and Devon Carbol for purchasing my steer in 2021.

Hello my name is Emily Filimek and I have been in South Country Craft and Critters 4-H club for 3 years. This is my 1st steer project. My steer’s name is Gunner and he weighs approximately 1288 lbs. He is a Red Angus cross. My goal is to have him weigh 1300 lbs for the Auction on June 5th, 2022 at the Wycliffe Exhibition Grounds. I purchased Gunner from Palmer Ranch. I love 4-H because of all the experiences you get to do that you cannot get anywhere else. My hobbies other than 4-H are loving animals of all kinds and doing crafts. I am looking forward to seeing you all at Show and Sale.

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Hello, my name is Dyllan Beal, I am a part of the Cranbrook 4-H Multi Club and have been in 4-H for 5 years.

This is my 3rd beef project. My steer’s name is Ol’son and he weighs approximately 1300 lbs. He is a black angus cross. My goal is to have him weigh 1365 lbs for the Auction on June 5th, 2022. I purchased Ol’son from Rosicky Ranch in October 2021, a special thanks to the Larsen Family for their support.

I like 4-H because I like raising animals, making my own money, learning new things, and taking on new responsibilities.

Through 4-H, I have learned many new things such as how to raise animals I wasn’t familiar with as a kid, speak in front of a large group of people, how to clip and prepare for show and so much more.

Besides 4-H, I like to ride horses, play basketball, play volleyball, be outside and hang out with friends.

I would like to thank Rangeland Equipment and Interior Envy for purchasing my 2021 market steer and hope that you will consider purchasing this year’s market project.

Hi, my name is Kinsley Beal, I am a part of the Cranbrook 4-H Multi Club and have been in 4-H for 3 years.
This is my 2nd beef project. My steer’s name is Flynn, he weighs approximately 1240 lbs. He is a black angus cross. My goal is to have him weigh 1300 lbs for the Auction on June 5th, 2022. I purchased Flynn from Rosicky Ranch in October 2021, a special thanks to the Larsen family.
I like 4-H because I like raising animals, meeting new friends, learning new things, and like doing community events. 
Through 4-H, I have learned many new things such as how to raise animals, speak in front of a large group of people, how to train animals and get them ready for showing.
Besides 4-H, I like to ride horses, play basketball, hunt, fish, draw, be outside and play with friends. 
I would like to thank Randy and Grace Sandburg for purchasing my 2021 market steer and hope that you will consider purchasing my 2022 market project. 

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My name is Caleb and I am 12 years old. I have been in 4-H for four years. This year I have steer, his name is Charles and he is an Angus Hereford Cross. This year I am in beef and small engine. I think my steer will weigh in at 1200 lbs for show and sale My hobbies outside of 4-H include: baseball, dirt biking, fixing things, and I enjoy working on the farm and mountain biking.

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My name is Ronan Oestreich and I am 11 years old. I have been in 4-H for three years. This year I have steer project and his name is Adam. He is an Angus Simmental Cross. This year I am in beef and small engine. I think my steer will weigh in at 1100 lbs by show and sale My hobbies outside of 4-H include: basketball, baseball, inventing new things and working with technology.

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Hello, my name is Alyssa Tracey. I’ve been in South Country Crafts and Critters 4-H club for 11 years. This is my first steer project but I’ve had heifer projects the past couple of years. My steers name is Jinx and he is a Red Angus X. He currently weighs approximately 1250 pounds. I believe he will weigh about 1300 pounds by Show and Sale on June5th. I purchased Jinx from Leah Palmer. I’ve worked with Jinx since he was a new born calf because his mom, Pebbles, was my first heifer project and they were my first cow calf project. Why do I like 4-H? I like 4-H because it has shaped me into the person I am today. It has taught me to never give up and as bad as things may appear, just call up your leader and they will help you find a solution that works for you. I have been the President of the South Country Crafts and Critters for 3 years. This year I am in steer, cow-calf, calfer and foods. Previously I have participated in heifer, crafts and sewing, horse and small engines. Besides 4H, I’m a member of the Alberta High School Rodeo Association, and participate in the Nanton Rodeo Series and the Southern Circuit Rodeo Series. I hope to see you at the sale!

My name is Edric Van Steinburg and I am 11 years old. I have been in 4H for 4 years and this is the second steer I have raised. My project this year is named Sean. He is a Horned Hereford steer who was born at home on the family ranch. My goal is to have him weigh 1250 lbs for Show and Sale. My favorite part of working with Sean was getting him to lead on a halter and watching him grow. I like working with animals and I like the way 4H teaches me how to do new things. I would like to thank Meat Matters in Marysville for purchasing my steer last year and supporting both 4H and local agriculture.

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Hello, my name is Morgan Morrison and I have been in Wasa and District 4H club for 3 years. This is my 3rd beef project. My steer’s name is Simon, and he weighs approximately 1300 lbs. He is a Red Angus Simmental Cross. My goal for him to weigh 1300 lbs for the Auction on June 5th, 2021. I purchased Simon from C&C Ranch in Warder BC. 
- Why do you like 4-H? I like 4H because I like to raise animals and earn my own money. 
-What have you learned with your steer? I have learned things can go wrong very quickly with our animals, but I have learned how to control my steer and be patient with him.
- What do you like to do besides 4-H? I like to play hockey and soccer. 
I would like to Cranbrook Alpine Toyota for purchasing my steer in June 2021

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Hello, my name is Quinn Morrison and I have been in Wasa and District 4-H club for 3 years. This is my 3rd beef project. My Steer’s name is Buster, and he weighs approximately 1200 lbs. He is a Red Angus/Simmental. My goal for him is to weigh 1200 lbs. at the show on June 5th, 2022. I purchased Buster From C&C Ranch, in Wardner, BC.
Why do I like 4-H? I like 4-H because you can raise an animal and I also like 4-H because you can participate in public speaking. It teaches me how to confidently speak in front of an audience and to be social with people.
What other project do you do in 4-H? My project this year is a steer, but I have the choice to also raise a lamb or swine. 
What do you like to do besides 4-H? I like to play hockey in the winter and soccer in the summer. 
I would like to thank, Steven Lunenberger & Colin Sinclair for purchasing my steer in 2021.

Hello, my name is Charlie Morrison and I have been in Wasa District 4H club for 3 years. This is my 2nd beef project. My Steer’s name is Whiskey, and he weighs approximately 1300 lbs. He is a Red Angus / Simental Cross. My goal this year is to get Whiskey to lead better before the show on June 5th, 2022. I purchased Whiskey from C&C Ranch in Wardner BC.
- Why do you like 4-H? I like 4H because you can learn new things about how to raise your Steer better. 
- What have you learned raising your project? I have learned you have to treat your animal kindly and have a lot of patients.
- What do you like to do besides 4-H? hockey and soccer. 
I would like to thank Kootenay life Dental for purchasing my steer in 2021 

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Hello, my name is Shayla Stewart. I am a member of the Wasa & District 4-H club and the 4-H B.C. Ambassador for the Kootenay region. I have been involved in the 4-H community for 10 years, this year being my last as a 4-H member. Outside of 4-H I spend my time studying criminology at the College of the Rockies and going on hikes with my friends. This year I will be showing my 8th steer in 4-H, his name is Jellybean. Jellybean loves eating, sleeping, and being brushed. He is Charolais cross steer with a silly personality. The reason I have chosen to do this breed of cattle is because I believe that Charolais cattle finish faster than other breeds. I hope to see you at our Cranbrook & District 4-H Show & Sale on June 5th! 

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Hi there! My name is Matthew Reynolds. I am a member of the Wasa &
District 4-H Club. I live on the Kootenay Meadows Ranch on the
Kootenay River near Wasa British Columbia. I am a grade 8 student
(home schooled). I am a CSIA level 1 ski instructor and spend much of
my winter skiing at Kimberley Alpine Resort. In the summer I spend
much of my time in horseback riding events such as roping and barrel
racing.
My 4-H project for this year is a Purebred Black Angus heifer born on February 1, 2021 at Miller Wilson Angus, Bashaw Alberta. With a birth weight of 87 lbs this heifer now weighs approximately 770 lbs with an expected mature growth weight of approximately 1200-1300lbs.
My heifer is not for sale at this time. However, in June 2022, I will be breeding my heifer to a championship calibre Purebred Black Angus bull with a calf expected in the spring of 2023. At that time, I will be entertaining offers on either a top heifer or bull prospect.
I would like to extend my appreciation to Dawn and Lee Wilson of Miller Wilson Angus, Bashaw Alberta for the support which they have provided to me with this 4-H project.
If you would like more information please email: wasa.district4h@gmail.com

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Hi there! My name is Lauren Reynolds. I am a member of the Wasa & District 4-H Club. I live on the Kootenay Meadows Ranch on the Kootenay River near Wasa British Columbia. I am a grade 11 student (home schooled). I am a CSIA level 2 ski instructor and spend much of my spare time in the winter teaching skiing at Kimberley Alpine Resort. In the summer, I work as an educational interpreter at Fort Steele Heritage Town, and am a barrel racer in my spare time.

My 4-H project for this year is a Purebred Black Angus heifer born on February 5, 2021 at Miller Wilson Angus, Bashaw Alberta. With a birth weight of 82lbs this heifer now weighs approximately 750 lbs with an expected mature growth weight of approximately 1200-1300lbs.

My heifer is not for sale at this time. However, in June 2022, I will be breeding my heifer to a championship calibre Purebred Black Angus bull with a calf expected in the spring of 2023. At that time, I will be entertaining offers on either a top heifer or bull prospect.

I would like to extend my appreciation to Dawn and Lee Wilson of Miller Wilson Angus, Bashaw Alberta for the support which they have provided to me with this 4-H project.

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Hello my name is Hank Feldmann. I am a member of the Wasa & District 4-H Club and this is the 2nd year that I have been involved in 4-H. This is my 2nd beef project. My steer's name is Jimmy and he is a Black Angus Cross. He weighs approximately 1,200 lbs. He will be nicely finished for the Auction on June 5th, 2022. Jimmy is home raised from our ranch here in Brisco called Bugaboo Ranch. Jimmy has been a fun, and entertaining project for me this year, he loves to keep me on my toes. I chose Jimmy for his nice big frame, and white face. When I'm not trying to tame Jimmy down I enjoy dirt biking, team roping, and playing baseball.

I would like to thank Top Crop Garden Farm and pet for purchasing my steer in 2021.

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Hello my name is Rylan Fleury. I am a member of the Wasa & District 4-H Club and this is the 2nd year that I have been involved in 4-H. This is my 2nd beef project. My steer’s name is Chevy, and he is a Speckled Park. He weighs approximately 1200lbs. He will be nicely finished for the Auction on June 5th, 2022. I purchased Chevy from a local rancher Mark Dyck. When I first got chevy he was not halter broke and I couldn’t catch him or barley get close to him. 
Since then, I have put a lot of time and effort into halter breaking him,
working with his feet and brushing him every day.
When I am not spending time with chevy my Hobbies include hunting, fishing, playing basketball, dirt biking and camping.
I would like to thank Kyle and Berta Mosure for purchasing my steer in 2021.

 

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Hello my name is Quinn Fleury. I am a member of the Wasa & District 4-H Club and this is the first year that I have been involved in 4-H. This is my 1st beef project. My steer’s name is J.C and he is a Speckled Park. He weighs approximately 1200lbs. He will be nicely finished for the Auction on June 5th, 2022. I purchased J.C from a local rancher Mark Dyck. When I first brought J.C home, he was not halter broke or very friendly. Since then I have worked really hard and am now able to walk him around with a halter, groom him and work with his feet. J.C can be a little bit stubborn and sometimes likes to try and kick. When I am not busy spending time with J.C, my hobbies include, soccer, gymnastics, contortion, and camping. 


 

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Hello my name is Cole Feldmann. I am a member of the Wasa & District 4-H Club and this the 2nd year that I have been involved in 4-H. This is my 2nd beef project. My steer's name is Jay-Z and he is a Black Angus. He weights approximately 1,350 lbs. He will be nicely finished for the Auction on June 5th, 2022. Jay-Z is home raised from our ranch located in Brisco, B.C. Jay-Z is a very nice quiet steer, and he caught my eye with his big hip and great demeanour. I have spent countless hours haltering, leading and grooming Jay-Z and he has been a super star for all of it. I also enjoy fixing things in the shop, dirt biking and fishing. 

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