Heating Up in Hutch | North American Junior Red Angus Event


Sullivan Supply Sales Representative Steven Robinson helping a customer at the trailer today in Hutchinson.


The state of Kansas was proud to welcome juniors from across the country back to their home state for a fun NAJRAE.


Wyatt Durst getting some relief from the heat in the AC.


Hayden Clark and Quintin Ethington playing an intense game of Kerplunk at the Sullivan Supply booth.


Juniors lined up for check-in as the week of contests get underway.


It was a royal occassion during opening cerominies as a king and queen made an appearance.


Exhibitors were treated to a gift compliments of Sullivan Supply tonight during opening ceremonies.


Maddy Ethington blowing out her heifer on the first day in the barns.

Grub and Fun in Hutch for the NAJRAE

Red Angus Exhibitors: Be sure to checkout our list of things to do and places to eat while you’re at the North American Junior Red Angus Event this week!

Eating:


Roys BBQ
1018 Nickerson Blvd, Hutchinson, KS 67501-3244
www.roysbbq.com

Roys BBQ offers BBQ sandwiches, ribs, brisket and different types of sausage options. Being one of the top 10 restaurants in Hutchinson, this is one place everyone should try!

Polo Bar & Grill
25 E 30th Ave, Hutchinson, KS

Looking for a good steak? Polo’s has a variety of steaks to choose from. With different specials nightly, there is something new every day for everyone!


Ribcrib
1720 N Waldron St, Hutchinson, KS 67502-1190
www.ribcrib.com

Specializes in hickory-smoked barbecue and smoked meats in a casual, comfortable setting. The barbecue joint’s signature recipe is in its slow-smoked ribs, but RibCrib also serves a complete menu of traditional sides and sandwiches, sliders, burgers and southern favorites.

Jillian’s Italian Grill
216 N Main St, Hutchinson, KS 67501-5004
www.jilliansitaliangrill.com

Whether you’re in the mood for a casual wood fire pizza, pasta, or something from the grill Jillian’s has a variety of options to meet any craving.


Airport Steakhouse
1100 Airport Rd, Hutchinson, KS 67501-1916
/www.hutchinsonairportsteakhouse.com

Airport Steakhouse is your best bet for a great charcoal-grilled steak or seafood, chicken, pork, salads, and other favorites. Full bar service is available. Our all-you-can-eat lunch buffet is a satisfying crowd-pleaser and it’s fast too.

Mi Tierra Restaurant & Cantina
700 E 4th Ave, Hutchinson, KS 67501-2274
mitierrahutch.com

Mi Tierra offers authentic Mexican cuisine made with the highest quality ingredients. Stop in today and try one of their hearty classic specialty dishes like Enchiladas Supreme or Flautas Mexicanas.

Things to do:


Strataca
3650 E Ave G (at Airport Road) Hutchinson, KS 67501
underkansas.org

Climb into the shaft and have subterranean learning adventure 650 feet below the earth’s surface in salt deposits. Learn about the salt mines in Hutchinson and the history behind them.


Hutchinson Zoo
6 Emerson Loop, Hutchinson, KS 67501
www.hutchinsonzoo.org

If you’re wanting to see more than just cattle during your week of junior nationals, go visit the Hutchinson Zoo. They have an exhibit for everyone!

Fairgrounds Park
2101 N Severance St, Hutchinson, KS 67501

Whether you’re looking for somewhere to relax, burn energy, or cool off from the hot summer sun there is a place for each at the fairgrounds park. Kids will enjoy the many playgrounds and water park offered in the park.


Cosmosphere
1100 N Plum St, Hutchinson, KS 67501
cosmo.org

The museum houses over 13,000 spaceflight artifacts – the largest combined collection of US and Russian spaceflight artifacts in the world, and is home to internationally acclaimed educational programs. Learn about space and NASA through hands on activities and become your own astronaut.

We Char Do Love Junior Nationals | Charolais National Junior Show


Cannon Kisner, Carter Greer and Rydge Casey, most likely studying while taking a break at the stalls.


Ryleigh Morris and Lucas Crutches know that showmanship is important in more than just the show ring at the cook off contest today.


Korbin and Kadon Leddy prove that a man’s place is in the kitchen as well as the show barn.


Hey, Jacob Gerlach, we donut like Mondays either.


Jason Hankins focuses on clipping out a top.


The Hoge Family did some teammwork during the Plinko Giveaway Game at the Sullivan Supply Promo Booth!


It looks like Kendra Elder was having some fun washing her heifer this morning!


Judy Schafer uses the Sullivan’s Smart Sensation on a tailhead.


All smiles for Atley Patrick as she works her heifer’s hair using a Sullivan’s Smart Scrub!


Lindsey Cobb gets her heifer blown out this morning.

Stock Show University | Summer Spectacular – Stillwater


Cattle Professor Neal Thompson shows the group washing techniques.


Sheep Professor Cooper Newcome discusses healthy hydrated hide to a attentive group.


Goat Professor Brian Kennedy explains daily care.


The crowd pays attention as Professor Collin Listen gives tips on getting hogs ready for the show.


a great turnout at the Summer Spectacular in Stillwater, OK. Thanks to all who came and participated.

Winner at Charolais

Congratulations to Gina Brumley and all of our other winners at the Charolais National Junior Show. Gina is pictured with Mitch Hanson, Sullivan Supply Sales Intern Stop by and see Mitch this week at the Charolais National Junior Show for the latest and the legendary from Sullivan Supply!