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National Junior Maine-Anjou/Chianina Show – Totally Tuesday

Lisa Reid caught sporting our brand new monkey T

Hadley Dunklau shows everyone how it’s done

The competition was no match for Whitney Walker in intermediate Chi Showmanship

Parker Swartz takes the victory in showmanship

Brad Winegardener, breeder of HSHW Who Da Man & Brian Goetmoeller, breeder of Goet I-80 put on a couple of smiles for a photo

Chris & Sheree Sankey study a class of extremely skilled showman

Blakelee Hayes gets her drying on

Grady Carter brushes out his calf with a Sullivan’s Smart Scrub Brush

Four leaders in the Maine-Anjou breed, John Sullivan, Jirl Buck, Troy Jones and Eric Walker line up for the herdsman raffle.

Jirl Buck lost the bidding and got a bucket of water dumped on himself.

Lindsay Broek, Junior Activities Director and Editor of The Maine-Anjou Voice had a close call with a bucket of water.

Maine-Anjou Senior Showmanship Finals

Congratulations to Elizabeth Ott on winning grand champion senior showman in the 2017 Nation Junior Maine-Anjou Showmanship.

Allee Morande fitting during the senior showmanship finals.

Becca Moore working on the tail head on her calf.

Reighly Blakely in the moment during the finals.

Leighton Robbins using the full line of Sullivan Supply products on his calf.

Austin Garner uses Sullivan’s Jet Black to finish up his calf.

Victoria Chapman in full concentration.

Sullivan Supply/Stock Show U Showmanship Contest – Maine-Anjou Seniors

Top 10 Senior Maine-Anjou Showman – Pictured with Stock Show University Interns Kiley Elder and Taylor Harrison
Grand Champion – Elizabeth Ott
Reserve Champion – Reighly Blakely
Third – Madison Lochske
Fourth – Becca Moore
Fifth – Austin Garner
Sixth – Victoria Chapman
Seventh – Allee Morande
Eighth – Addison Niese
Ninth – Leighton Robbins
Tenth – Justin Swantson

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Sullivan Supply/Stock Show U Showmanship Contest – Maine-Anjou Juniors

Top 10 Junior Maine-Anjou Showman – Pictured with Stock Show University Interns Kiley Elder and Taylor Harrison
Grand Champion – Carlee Clark
Reserve Champion –
Third – Lillie Skiles
Fourth – Kendon McAllister
Fifth – Jody Mead
Sixth – Chloee Clark
Seventh – Kelsey Wall
Eighth – Landon Rozenbloom
Ninth – Clayton Hayes
Tenth – Landry Vargo

The Renegade Showbox – Coming in July

Sullivan’s Renegade Show Box. This high-end quality show box has all the bells and whistles. First of which are the two charging stations that are located in the top compartment of the main body to keep all your gadgets fully charged. The next feature is the LED lights throughout the box to help you find what you’re looking for in poorly lit areas. This box also comes equipped with a can holder slide out for easy access to your aerosol cans and quart bottles. As well as a durable pullout shelf at the bottom so you won’t need to strain yourself grabbing things in the back of the box. The Renegade Show Box is topped off with a beautifully finished Black Hammer Tone Powder Coat to give it a sleek, sharp look. Made with the highest quality craftsmanship, the Renegade Show Box will cover all your show road needs.

Junior National Survey

This year while on the show road we have been asking event attendees just what they value at junior nationals. So far after four events this year, four topics have risen to the top of everyone’s list.

Don’t Compare Apples to Oranges
Exhibitors overwhelmingly responded saying that while they love watching the cow/calf pair show, they think they should be kept separate from showing with the heifers. In some cases, there isn’t even a grand champion heifer selected. It can be confusing when cow/calf pairs compete against the heifers; it’s a lot like comparing apples to oranges.

Beat the Heat
We all know that weather is not predictable, sometimes junior nationals are mild and sometimes they are miserably hot. From the feedback we received, air conditioning was one of the highest priorities for exhibitors. AC is a must in all show rings, and south of the Midwest it is definitely desired in the barns. A cool barn helps keep all the families and cattle more comfortable, and in turn helps keep the overall morale of exhibitors high. Extreme heat can impact the turnout of the event and can majorly disrupt breeding programs from heifers slipping calves. A hot barn can ruin an otherwise great event very quickly.

Location is Key
Each year, it’s exciting to find out the location of next year’s event. Families said that they want variety in locations so they can experience different cultures, but not at the expense of breed participation. It can cause stress on families and cattle if their breed picks a random location too far away from the majority of its membership.

We look forward to getting more feedback as we continue our summer on the road. If you would like to share your thoughts with us, email, and tell us what you love about junior nationals and what you would like to see implemented.

Sullivan Supply/Stock Show U Showmanship Contest – Maine-Anjou Intermediate

Top 10 Intermediate Maine-Anjou Showman – Pictured with Stock Show University Interns Kiley Elder and Taylor Harrison
Grand Champion – Chancee Clark
Reserve Champion – Brooke Hayden
Third – Whitney Walker
Fourth – Macie McCollum
Fifth – Taylor Pinkerton
Sixth – Brooklyn Curtin
Seventh – Adelyda Ebersole
Eighth – Chris Tooms
Ninth – Katrina Swope
Tenth – Melina Lindstrom