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Board of Directors

These young ladies and gentleman were elected to serve on the Minnesota Junior Angus Association board of directors at the 2019 Minnesota Junior Angus Association Field Day, June 8 in Hutchinson, Minn. Pictured front row from left are Allyson Stanek, Hayward, secretary; Alyssa Nesler, La Crescent, vice president; and MaKenna Ludwig, Richmond, president. Back row from left are Jaden Borman, Holland, historian; Dawson Johnson, Pipestone, treasurer; Madelyn Ludwig, Richmond, membership director; and Charlie Sevareid, Owatonna, communications director. Photo by Rod Geppert, American Angus Association.








     
 

President
MaKenna Ludwig, Richmond,

Vice President:
Alyssa Nesler, La Crescent

Secretary:
Allyson Stanek, Hayward

Treasurer:
Dawson Johnson, Pipestone

Membership
Director
:

Madelyn Ludwig, Richmond
Communications Director:
Charlie Sevareid, Owatonna
Historian:
Jaden Borman, Holland

 
   

2019 Minnesota Junior Angus Association Field Day
Angus exhibitors led 52 entries at the 2019 Minnesota Junior Angus Association Field Day, June 8 in Hutchinson, Minn.
Matt Aggen, Harmony, Minn., evaluated the entries before naming champions.


Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Bull

DSA Big Sky 806F won grand champion bred-and-owned bull at the 2019 Minnesota Junior Angus Association Field Day, June 8 in Hutchinson, Minn. Allyson Stanek, Hayward, Minn., owns the March 2018 son of Musgrave Big Sky. Matt Aggen, Harmony, Minn., evaluated the 52 entries. Photo by Rod Geppert, American Angus Association.


Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Bull
HAF Bonus FCF 815 won reserve grand champion bred-and-owned bull at the 2019 Minnesota Junior Angus Association Field Day, June 8 in Hutchinson, Minn. David Hassing, Wells, Minn., owns the September 2018 son of BSF Hot Lotto 1401. Matt Aggen, Harmony, Minn., evaluated the 52 entries. Photo by Rod Geppert, American Angus Association.

   

Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Female
NFF AN Molly 813 won grand champion bred-and-owned female at the 2019 Minnesota Junior Angus Association Field Day, June 8 in Hutchinson, Minn. Alyssa Nesler, La Crescent, Minn., owns the February 2018 daughter of S&R Roundtable J328. Matt Aggen, Harmony, Minn., evaluated the 52 entries. Photo by Rod Geppert, American Angus Association.

Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Female
SWNK Bardolena 8115 won reserve grand champion bred-and-owned female at the 2019 Minnesota Junior Angus Association Field Day, June 8 in Hutchinson, Minn. John Swanek, Dexter, Minn., owns the January 2018 daughter of PVF Insight 0129. Matt Aggen, Harmony, Minn., evaluated the 52 entries. Photo by Rod Geppert, American Angus Association.
   

Grand Champion Owned Female

NFF T/R Ellen F181 won grand champion owned female at the 2019 Minnesota Junior Angus Association Field Day, June 8 in Hutchinson, Minn. Caroline Mayer, Peterson, Minn., owns the February 2018 daughter of PVF Insight 0129. Matt Aggen, Harmony, Minn., evaluated the 52 entries. Photo by Rod Geppert, American Angus Association.

Reserve Grand Champion Owned Female

MJP Purfeerst Elvira 816 won reserve grand champion owned female at the 2019 Minnesota Junior Angus Association Field Day, June 8 in Hutchinson, Minn. Emily Coonrod, Hastings, Minn., owns the April 2018 daughter of Colburn Primo 5153. Matt Aggen, Harmony, Minn., evaluated the 52 entries. Photo by Rod Geppert, American Angus Association.
   

Grand Champion Cow-calf Pair

MCF Purf Proven Queen 7101 won grand champion cow-calf pair at the 2019 Minnesota Junior Angus Association Field Day, June 8 in Hutchinson, Minn. Lydia Coonrod, Hastings, Minn., owns the February 2017 daughter of PVF Insight 0129. A January 2019 heifer calf sired by PVF Surveillance 4129 completes the winning pair. Matt Aggen, Harmony, Minn., evaluated the 52 entries. Photo by Rod Geppert, American Angus Association.

Reserve Grand Champion Cow-calf Pair

Chestnut Erica WJ 643 won reserve grand champion cow-calf pair at the 2019 Minnesota Junior Angus Association Field Day, June 8 in Hutchinson, Minn. Brady Ford, Lake Wilson, Minn., owns the February 2016 daughter of Chestnut Knock Out 204. A March 2019 bull calf sired by Musgrave 316 Stunner is at side. Matt Aggen, Harmony, Minn., evaluated the 52 entries. Photo by Rod Geppert, American Angus Association.
   

Grand Champion Steer

Chestnut Conversation 708 won grand champion steer at the 2019 Minnesota Junior Angus Association Field Day, June 8 in Hutchinson, Minn. Dawson Johnson, Pipestone, Minn., owns the February 2018 son of SAC Conversation. Matt Aggen, Harmony, Minn., evaluated the 52 entries. Photo by Rod Geppert, American Angus Association.

Reserve Grand Champion Steer

MFA Primo 805 won reserve grand champion steer at the 2019 Minnesota Junior Angus Association Field Day, June 8 in Hutchinson, Minn. Jena Smith, Benson, Minn., owns the March 2018 son of Colburn Primo 5153. Matt Aggen, Harmony, Minn., evaluated the 52 entries. Photo by Rod Geppert, American Angus Association.
   

Angus Royalty

These young ladies were crowned as Angus royalty and are pictured at the 2019 Minnesota Junior Angus Association Field Day, June 8 in Hutchinson, Minn. Pictured from left are Alyssa Nesler, La Crescent, Miss Minnesota Angus, and Taylor Ford, Lake Wilson, Minnesota Angus princess. Photo by Rod Geppert, American Angus Association.


Senior Showmanship

These junior Angus members won top honors in senior showmanship at the 2019 Minnesota Junior Angus Association Field Day, June 8 in Hutchinson, Minn. Pictured from left are Caroline Mayer, Peterson, champion; and Allyson Stanek, Hayward, reserve champion. Photo by Rod Geppert, American Angus Association.

   


Bronze Award
Taylor Ford, left, and Brady Ford, right, both of Lake Wilson, received their Bronze awards at the 2019 Minnesota Junior Angus Association Field Day, June 8 in Hutchinson, Minn. The Bronze Award is the first level of the National Junior Angus Association Recognition Program. Juniors must apply for the award and then meet point requirements in many areas of participation before receiving it. Photo by Rod Geppert, American Angus Association.

Junior Showmanship
These young Angus members won top honors in junior showmanship at the 2019 Minnesota Junior Angus Association Field Day, June 8 in Hutchinson, Minn. Pictured from left are Brady Ford, Lake Wilson, champion; and Cora Mayer, Peterson, reserve champion. Photo by Rod Geppert, American Angus Association.
   

Intermediate Showmanship
These junior Angus member won top honors in intermediate showmanship at the 2019 Minnesota Junior Angus Association Field Day, June 8 in Hutchinson, Minn. Pictured from left are Taylor Ford, Lake Wilson, reserve champion; and Dawson Johnson, Pipestone, champion. Photo by Rod Geppert, American Angus Association.

Pee Wee Showmanship
These young Angus enthusiats participated in the peewee showmanship division at the 2019 Minnesota Junior Angus Association Field Day, June 8 in Hutchinson, Minn. Pictured from left are Megan Plamann, Hutchinson; Taylor Lang, Buffalo Lake; and Kyle Rasmussen, Hutchison. Photo by Rod Geppert, American Angus Association.

2017 Scholarship Winners


Allyson Stanek, Hayward, MN

David Hassing, Wells, MN

2018 Scholarship Application
Due December 7th, 2018

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2018 Junior Angus Members at Junior Nationals


Des Moines, IA

Minnesota Angus Royalty


Queen:  MaKenna Ludwig
Princess:  Taylor Ford


Herdsman of the Year Awarded to Wesley Johnson



Showmanship Participants at Nationals

 
JUNIOR ADVISORS...


Glenn & Sheri Johnson
2242 90th Avenue
Pipestone, MN 56164
507-820-1502

chestnut@itctel.com


Ron & Tina Meyer

35800 330th Street
Peterson, MN 55962
507-993-9215

rtmcc@acegroup.cc


Stephanie Stadheim

105 Giles Place
Albert Lea, MN 56007
507-383-3433

smstadheim@hotmail.com

 

2018 Minnesota Junior Angus Association Field Day
These young Angus exhibitors led 50 entries at the 2018 Minnesota Junior Angus Association Field Day, held June 8-9 in Fairmont, Minn.; Pete Hunter of Clarion, Iowa, evaluated the entries before naming champions.

   

Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Female
Chestnut Miss Blanche WJ 742 won grand champion bred-and-owned female. Wesly Johnson, Pipestone, Minn., owns the February 2017 daughter of Sma Watchout 482.

Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Female
LSR Let it Go 1710 won reserve grand champion bred-and-owned female. MaKenna Ludwig, Richmond, Minn., owns the March 2017 daughter of LSR Aberdeen 1401.
   

Grand Champion Cow-calf Pair
Chestnut Peg WJ 659 won grand champion cow-calf pair. Wesly Johnson, Pipestone, Minn., owns the February 2016 daughter of Chestnut PF Fire Ball 234.

Reserve Grand Champion Cow-calf Pair
GCR Lady 206C won reserve grand champion cow-calf pair. Allyson Stanek, Hayward, Minn., owns the February 2015 daughter of Bushs Unbelievable423.
   

Grand Champion Owned Female
MCF Purf Proven Queen 7101 won grand champion owned female. Lydia Coonrod, Hastings, Minn., owns the February 2017 daughter of PVF Insight 0129.

Reserve Grand Champion Owned Female
Jensen Georgina 7504 of FAF won reserve grand champion owned female. Bridget Weese, Buffalo, Minn., owns the September 2017 daughter of Colburn Primo 5153.
   

Reserve Grand Champion Bull
RTM North Prairie B731 won reserve grand champion bull. Caroline Mayer, Peterson, Minn., owns the October 2017 son of B C Lookout 7024.

Grand Champion Steer
H&H Earl 710 won grand champion steer. Riley Hetzel, Austin, Minn., owns the February 2017 son of S A V Brilliance 8077.
   

Reserve Grand Champion Steer
GCR Brilliance Lad 550 won reserve grand champion steer. Allyson Stanek, Hayward, Minn., owns the March 2017 son of S A V Brilliance 8077.
 
2018 Junior Angus Showmanship Award Winners

Senior Showmanship
These young Angus enthusiasts won top honors in senior showmanship at the 2018 Minnesota Junior Angus Association Field Day, June 8-9 in Fairmont, Minn. Pictured from left are Jared Carlson, Pipestone, champion; Emily Altenburg, Arlington, reserve champion; and Pete Hunter, judge. Photo by Rod Geppert, American Angus Association.

Intermediate Showmanship
These young Angus enthusiasts won top honors in intermediate showmanship at the 2018 Minnesota Junior Angus Association Field Day, June 8-9 in Fairmont, Minn. Pictured from left are Dawson Johnson, Pipestone, champion; and Madelyn Ludwig, Richmond, reserve champion. Photo by Rod Geppert, American Angus Association.
   

Junior Showmanship
These young Angus enthusiasts won top honors in junior showmanship at the 2018 Minnesota Junior Angus Association Field Day, June 8-9 in Fairmont, Minn. Pictured from left are Miranda Nesler, La Crescent, champion; and Taylor Ford, Lake Wilson, reserve champion. Photo by Rod Geppert, American Angus Association.

Pee Wee Showmanship
These young Angus enthusiasts won top honors in peewee showmanship at the 2018 Minnesota Junior Angus Association Field Day, June 8-9 in Fairmont, Minn.Pictured from left are Valentino Zito, La Crescent, champion; and Cora Mayer, Peterson, reserve champion. Photo by Rod Geppert, American Angus Association.
   
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