Houston Livestock Show | Junior Angus Females

Champion Angus Female
Champion Division III
NK Martha 0437
Sire: NK Unbelievable
Dam: DSJS Martha
Bred by NK Grounds Cattle Co
Congratulations to Abby Geye

Champion Angus Female
Reserve Champion Division
2K Blackcap 907
Sire: EXAR Classen 1422B
Dam: Dameron Blackcap 1136
Bred by Kevin L Retallick
Congratulations to Mckenzie Kostel

Houston Livestock Show | Junior Limousin Females

Grand Champion Limousin
Howe Miss Diva 317E
Sire: Alter Ego
Dam: PBRS Black Lace 4130B ET
Bred by Barrett Howe
Congratulations to Barrett Howe

Reserve Grand Champion Limousin
SCAS Enchantress 940E
Sire: Schilling’s Yannis
Dam: Schillings Bombshell
Bred by: Super C Limousin
Sold by: Jackson, Cheramie Viator, and Vehige
Congratulations to Cole Sullivan

Sullivan’s Black Velvet Hair Dye

• Thicker formula that produces a brighter black, deeper down to the roots
• Longer holding power with a proven, no burn formula

Step 1
Mix 4-6 kits equal parts Dye (black bottle) and equal parts Activator (red bottle) into a pump up sprayer, spray bottle or a blower fogger (set spray setting on mist NOT stream). Add a splash of Kleen Sheen if desired.

Step 2
Shake Well

Step 3
Apply half evenly across the hair coat comb in, and then spray the rest where more is needed. Apply heavier amounts to the more excessive brown areas.

Step 4
Leave in for 20-30 min. 35 min MAX (if the temperature is warmer place animal under a fan) Never leave animal under direct sunlight while dye is applied.

Step 5
Once time is up rinse entire body until water runs clear. Make sure to get under the tail, belly and between legs these are the sensitive areas.

Step 6
Use Vita Hair Volumizer shampoo to remove any solution left behind. Gently scrub entire calf especially the sensitive areas. Then rinse.

Step 7
Once animal is blown completely dry use Revive or Revive Lite to condition the hair, maximizing the full brilliant black color of Black Velvet.