Cattlemen’s Congress livestock show results

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The fourth annual Cattlemen’s Congress livestock show was held Jan. 4 to 21 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Cattlemen from across the U.S. gathered for the event to exbibit cattle, livestock judge, attend sales and meetings. Here are some highlights of the livestock show placings. The supreme champion junior female was an Angus exhibited by Samantha Van Vorhis; the supreme champion open female was also an Angus, and was exhibited by Jack Dameron; the supreme champion bull was a Simmental owned by Jones Show Cattle, Elmore Cattle Services, Diamond J Simmentals, XTB Cattle Co., and Minnaert Show Cattle.

The grand champion prospect steer was exhibited by Zavrie Wiss; the grand champion prospect heifer was shown by Tripp Yocham and the grand champion market steer was exhibited by Mason Grady. The champion American junior female was exhibited by Nolan Seale; the champion American open female was exhibited by Traci Middleton and the champion American open bull was owned by B.R. Cutrer, Inc.

The grand champion super ROV Angus female was exhibited by Jack Dameron; the grand champion open Polled Hereford female was exhibited by Madilyn Norvell; the grand champion open Horned Hereford female was owned by Fallon Gohr and Gunnar Gohr; the grand champion Polled Hereford bull was owned by Buck Cattle Company, Weldon and 6 Mile Creek LLC. and the grand champion Horned Hereford bull was owned by Copeland and Sons LLC, Running P Cattle Co.

The grand champion Fullblood Maine-Anjou female was owned by Fancy Creek FM/Prairie Cros.; the grand champion Maine-Anjou bull was owned by Ebersole Cattle Company; the grand champion Maine-Anjou bull was owned by Kenzie Glenny; the grand champion Maine-Angus bull was owned by Buck and Morton Cattle Co. grand champion MaineTainer bull was owned by Hadley Dunklau.

The grand champion junior and open Maine-Anjou Female was owned by Mcklay Gensini; the grand champion ShorthornPlus bull was exhibited by Mitchell Barros; the grand champion Shorthorn bull was owned by Armstrong Farms and Little Cedar Cattle Co.; the grand champion open ShorthornPlus female was exhibited by Kealyn Cahoon; the grand champion open Shorthorn female was exhibited by Carter Wickard; the grand champion junior Shorthorn female was exhibited by Keagan Steck and the grand champion junior ShorthornPlus female was exhibited by Grady McGrew.

The grand champion junior open Maine-Angus female was exhibited by Sara Sullivan; the grand champion junior and open MainTainer female was exhibited by Brenna Wilkins; the grand champion junior Chiangus female was owned by Mallory Johnson and Lillie Skiles; the grand champion open Chiangus female was also owned by Mallory Johnson and Lillie Skiles and the grand champion Chiangus bull was owned by Winegardner Show Cattle and Maci Scher.

The grand champion junior purebred Simmental female was shown by Hadley Hendrickson; the grand champion Percentage Simmental female was exhibited by Sara Sullivan; the grand champion open Fullblood Simmental female was exhibited by Garrett Jones; the grand champion junior Fullblood Simmental female was exhibited by Cade Tate and the grand champion open Fullblood Simmental bull was owned by Ohlde Heritage.

The grand champion Percentage Simbrah female was exhibited by Colt Richter; the grand champion junior Simbrah female was shown by Nolan Seale; the grand champion open Simbrah female was exhibited by Jakob Sansom; the grand champion Percent Simbrah bull was owned by Hagan Cattle and the grand champion Simbrah bull was owned by Hagan Cattle.

The grand champion junior and open Chianina female was exhibited by Sara Sullivan; the grand champion junior Chi-Composite female was exhibited by Greyson Belcher and the grand champion Chianina bull was owned by Winegardner Show Cattle & Fitz Genetics. 

The grand champion junior Grey Brahman female was exhibited by Mollie Cutrer; the grand champion junior Red Brahman female was exhibited by Brynn Caldwell; the grand champion junior Grey Brahman bull was shown by Landon MacFarlane and the grand champion junior Red Brahman bull was shown by Bailey Malone.

The grand champion junior Brangus female was exhibited by Roxton Stone; grand champion junior Red Brangus female was exhibited by Truitt Marks; the grand champion junior Ultra Brangus female was exhibited by Carlee Taylor; the grand champion junior and open Santa Gertrudis female was shown by Luke Nelson; the grand champion Santa Gertrudis bull was shown by Landon Stem; the grand champion Star 5 Santa Gertrudis female was owned by Pitchford Cattle and the grand champion Star 5 Santa Gertrudis bull was shown by Creyton Cummings.

The grand champion junior Beefmaster female was exhibited by Kayl Tassin; the grand champion open Beefmaster female was exhibited by Kalli Ellis; the grand champion open Beefmaster bull was owned by Blue Ribbon Beefmasters SKAGGS; the grand champion junior and open Braford female was exhibited by Madison Mize; the grand champion junior Braford bull was shown by Joseph Natali; the grand champion junior F-1 Braford female was exhibited by Madison Sanders and the grand champion open Braford bull was owned by Robert and Carol Miller.

The grand champion Belted Galloway female was exhibited by Maddey Tebbe; the grand champion Belted Galloway Bull was also shown by Maddey Tebbe; the grand champion open Red Brahman female was owned by Circle T Cattle Co. LLC; the grand champion Grey Brahman female was owned by B.R. Cutrer, Inc.; the grand champion Grey Brahman bull was also owned by B.R. Cutrer, Inc. and the grand champion Red Brahman bull was owned by Deterring Red Brahmans.

The grand champion open Black Brangus female was owned by MP Brangus; the grand champion open Red Brangus female was owned by KO’s Cattle Service; the grand champion open Black Brangus bull was owned by Burns Brangus; the grand champion open Red Brangus bull was owned by Trios Cattle and Genetics; the grand champion open Ultra Brangus female was exhibited by Traci Middleton and the grand champion open Ultra Brangus Bull was exhibited by Roxton Stone.

The grand champion Optimizer female was exhibited by Brooklyn Matlock; the grand champion Optimizer bull was owned by T Bone Cattle Company & White Oak Salers; the grand champion Salers female was shown by Morgan Leeann Street; the grand champion Salers bull was owned by Tierra Sol Cattle Company; the grand champion Purebred Simmental bull was owned by Diamond J Simmentals, XTB Cattle Co., Minnaert Show Cattle; the grand champion Percentage Simmental bull was owned by TC Reds & Sunset Oaks Simmentals and the grand champion Purebred Simmental female was shown by Laramie Sasser.

Exhibitors can mark their calendars for the 2025 Cattlemen’s Congress, which is planned for Jan. 4 to 16, 2025 in Oklahoma City.

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