Tyra Fox - President

Lloydminster, SK - 780-871-2563

tyrafox20@gmail.com

Hayden Elliot – Vice-President

??, SK - 306-920-7053

haydenelliot18@gmail.com

Hillary Sauder – Secretary &

Junior Director

Hodgeville, SK - 306-677-7542

windy.willows@sasktel.net

 

 

 

 

Directors at Large

Baxter Blair

McLean, SK - 306-699-7211

baxteraiden@hotmail.com

 

Jessica Davey

??, SK - 306-230-7409

jdavey@rivendalewelsh.com

 

Morgan Davey

Saskatoon, SK - 306-250-6891

rvlm.angus@gmail.com

 

Kodie Doetzel

Lipton, SK - 306-336-2245

kdknuhorizon@gmail.com

 

Reegan Frey

Oxbow, SK - 306-485-6788

reegs0909@gmail.com

 

Rayel Kaczmar

Grenfell, SK - 306-451-0075

rayelkaczmar14@gmail.com

 

Brianna Kimmel

Lloydminster, SK - 780-214-3643

brianna@twistedsisterscattle.ca

 

Carson Liebreich

Radville, SK - 306-815-7226

tjlmerit@sasktel.net

 

Macy Liebreich

Radville, SK - 306-869-6740

macy.liebreich@gmail.com

 

Allison Tetzlaff

??, SK - 306-231-6968

allytetz77@gmail.com

 

Connor Tetzlaff

??, SK - 306-231-6904

connor3tetzlaff01@gmailcom

 

Saskatchewan Junior Angus Association Scholarships

Application Form    Information

The Saskatchewan Junior Angus Association was officially formed in 1996 and works to educate and provide opportunities to Angus Juniors in Saskatchewan. We host 1 show each year - which includes Marketing, Judging, Showmanship, Grooming, Peewee Classes, and conformation, plus much more are a part of the whole concept at these shows. Educational clinics and entertainment are planned and all events are run by the Juniors, including obtaining funding for hosting the events.

Saskatchewan Junior Angus Association Board of Directors

Tyra Fox - President

Lloydminster, SK - 780-871-2563

tyrafox20@gmail.com

 

Hayden Elliot-Nelson - Vice-President

St. Brieux, SK - 306-920-7053

haydenelliot18@gmail.com

 

Hillary Sauder - Secretary & Jr Director

Hodgeville, SK - 306-677-7542

hill.goog@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

Directors at Large

Baxter Blair

McLean, SK - 306-699-7807

baxteraiden@hotmail.com

 

Morgan Davey

Saskatoon, SK - 306-250-6891

rvlm.angus@gmail.com

 

Jessica Davey

306-230-7409

Saskatoon, SK

jdavey@rivendalewelsh.com

 

Kodie Doetzel

Lipton, SK - 306-331-0384

kdknuhorizon@gmail.com

 

Reegan Frey

Oxbox, SK - 306-485-6788

reegs0909@gmail.com

 

Alexis Frick

Neudorf, SK - 306-730-9913

frickalexis@gmail.com

Rayel Kaczmar

Grenfell, SK - 306-451-0075

rayelkaczmar14@gmail.com

 

Brianna Kimmel

Lloydminster, SK - 780-214-3643

briannakimmel02@gmail.com

 

Carson Liebreich

Radville, SK - 306-815-7226

tjlmerit@sasktel.net

 

Macy Liebreich

Radville, SK - 306-869-6740

macy.liebreich@gmail.com

 

Allyson Tetzlaff

Viscount, SK - 306-231-6968

allytetz77@gmail.com

 

Connor Tetzlaff

Viscount, SK - 306-231-6904

connoretetzlaff01@gmail.com

2019 Junior Show results - Click here

Champion Open Female

Justamere 101 Blackcap 622F

Jorja Fox

Reserve Champion Open Female

CNI Wind 4E

Jenaya Ferguson

Champion Bull

Hall's Frank 683F

Brianna Kimmel

Reserve Champion Bull

Blairswest Black Label 42G

Maguire Blair

Champion Owned Female

Red Towaw Sybil 407F

Reese Wildman

Reserve Champion Owned Female

Red Wilbar Helga 211E

Kylie Willms

Team Grooming

Costume Class

President's Message: As 2018 winds down and we bring in 2019, calving season is in full swing and it’s time for the Saskatchewan junior members to kick off another new year. The end months of our 2018 were very exciting. The annual Saskatchewan Junior Angus Gold Show was at Lloydminster, SK during the Lloydminster Stockade Round up. There was a excellent turn out of juniors in attendance and it was a great show. Thank you to all of our sponsors, judges and volunteers - the show wouldn’t go on without you. Our 2018 year ended with our annual meeting at Agribition along with our annual fun-day and pizza party that afternoon.

 

Moving into the new year, I hope calving season is going great for everybody and that the weather isn’t to brisk. The first thing on the list of activities for us juniors is the annual Canadian Junior Angus GOAL Conference. We are very excited that it will be in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan this year. Many Saskatchewan juniors will be in attendance, as well as members from across Canada and guests from the American National Junior Angus Association. GOAL is always a great place for juniors to connect with other juniors and make friends. This year GOAL will consist of touring the Tunnels of Moose Jaw, a pool party and the opportunity of listening to a great line-up of speakers.

 

After the GOAL conference there is Showdown. This is another event hosted by the Canadian Junior Angus Association. This year Showdown is going to be in Barrier, British Columbia, July 18-20. Canadian Junior Angus is very excited that Showdown has moved to the west coast as it has not been that way in a long time. Be sure to mark travel bursary deadlines, as well as trucking assistance deadlines on your calendar. May 25th and June 1st! Saskatchewan Junior Angus will be sponsoring Saskatchewan juniors to go, and there are also the many national bursaries that we can qualify for.  Make sure to apply for the travel bursaries even if you cannot take cattle, as there are many things to take part in besides the conformation classes. It can also be arranged for you to show an animal and/or help other juniors with their cattle. There are also scholarships presented at Showdown, so make sure to watch for the deadlines for that as well. Showdown is always a great place to meet up with other juniors from around the country in one of our favorite settings. Along with the conformation show, there are many other events to take part in as well such as literature, graphic design, art, photography, public speaking, judging, grooming, print marketing, sales talk, a themed team cook off and showmanship. There is so much for the juniors to do, and it is a great experience every time.

 

Looking into the fall, we will be holding our provincial Junior Show in Lloydminster – stay tuned for details.

 

That’s it for now, I am very excited to be serving another year on the Saskatchewan Junior Angus board and I look forward to seeing many juniors down the road in the near future. If you ever have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me!  -Tyra Fox

 

Director's Messages:

Hi, my name is Baxter Blair. I am sixteen years old and live in McLean, SK where I raise purebred Red Angus genetics at Double B Angus. Besides showing cattle at numerous junior, open and national shows across Canada in the summer and fall, I also participate in other activities such as track and field, volleyball and hockey.

 

I am super excited to be a representative for the Saskatchewan Junior Angus Association again this year, and cannot wait to see what 2019 has in store for the breed.

Baxter Blair

 

Hi everyone! I'm Jessica Davey, and this is my first year being a director at large. I'm a fairly new member to Junior Angus, but I am very thankful to be a part of the Association. I have had the opportunity to meet new people, and the ability to acquire knowledge, and skills from others. In 2012 our family got into the cattle business, and my passion for cattle hasn't stopped growing since! We are now known as Rivendale Cattle Company, and our herd consists of 40 purebred Black Angus females. The farm is located 30 km South West of Saskatoon, where we raise commercial Angus, and Shorthorns as well. In the next few years I hope to expand my own herd, and to show cattle more consistently.

 

I'm a competitive hip-hop dancer, and I also compete in high school track and field. Some of my other interests are: photography, graphic design, marketing, woodworking, and horses. I hope to incorporate some of my interests with the cattle, as it is a growing business. I am very excited for the upcoming events and opportunities that the SJAA has in store. Being part of the cattle industry is an unreal feeling, and I can't wait to see where the Angus breed leads me!

Jessica Davey

 

Hello everybody, I am Morgan Davey and I am 17 years old. Currently I'm in grade 12 at Delisle Composite and I have been accepted into the Animal Science program at the University of Saskatchewan for this fall. I live on my family farm southwest of Saskatoon where we are building our herd of purebred Black Angus.

 

I am fairly new to the Junior Angus Association. So far I've attended the 2018 GOAL Conference, as well as Showdown 2017 & 2018. I am very excited to be a director at large; as it is another way to get involved, in the Association and with other breeders. I plan on building my future in the Angus industry and am furthering my knowledge every way I can.

 

I look forward to my second year on the board.

Morgan Davey

 

Hi, I’m Kodie Doetzel, from Lipton, Saskatchewan. I come from Nu-Horizon Angus were we raise Red and Black Angus cattle. We try to raise cattle that will be competitive in the show ring but always try to keep the commercial man in mind when selecting cattle.

 

Currently I am a freshman at Hutchinson Community College in Hutchinson, Kansas, on a livestock judging scholarship and am taking a general agriculture course. I am enjoying being a director on the board and I encourage anyone to take up any of the opportunities that CJA or SJAA gives you!

Kodie Doetzel

 

My name is Hayden Elliot-Nelson. I am the new Vice President for the Saskatchewan Junior Angus Association. My family and I run a purebred as well as a commercial herd just outside of St. Brieux, SK. I have shown Angus cattle for five - six years now and have enjoyed every minute. I really enjoy socializing and competing in junior cattle shows. Meeting new people and catching up with old friends is the true meaning of fun for me in the cattle industry.

 

I am attending grade 10 at St. Brieux School and enjoy football and hockey.

 

I look forward to being more involved with the Association over the next year.

Hayden Elliot-Nelson, Vice-President

 

Hello everyone, my name is Tyra Fox. I am 20 years old and in June of 2016 I graduated from the Lloydminster Comprehensive High School. I did my first year of pre-veterinarian medicine at the University of Regina in 2017/18. I am currently working on my second year of pre-veterinarian medicine at the Lakeland College in Lloydminster.

 

My family farm, Justamere Farms, is located just east of Lloydminster, SK, where we run about 300 purebred Black Angus cattle, along with a small commercial and club calf herd. I started 4-H when I was nine years old; right now, I am a member of the Alberta Bandits 4-H club, and I enjoy every part of 4-H.

 

Going to all the Angus shows and events is also something that I love to do. I have been to many shows in both Canada and the USA with my family and I look forward to all the events yet to come. I have taken part in many Saskatchewan Junior Angus events and I am looking forward to serving the board another year as the President and getting to know more juniors. I am also excited to be serving another year on the Canadian Junior Angus board as their

Tyra Fox

 

My name is Reegan Frey, I am 15 years old and in grade 10 at Oxbow Prairie Horizons School.

 

Along with my family we run Freyburn Angus Farms out of Oxbow, SK. We have approximately 220 purebred Black Angus cattle and 220 Angus influenced cattle and a small grain operation.

 

I have been showing since I started beef 4-H when I was six years old, and along with showing cattle, I enjoy playing competitive softball, hockey, and track and field. This is my second year as a director on the Saskatchewan Junior Angus board and I look forward to all that's to come.

Reegan Frey

 

Hi Everyone! My name is Alexis Frick and I'm honoured that I have been a member on the Saskatchewan Junior Angus board for the past four and a half years. I am currently 19 years old and taking my second year of Agribusiness at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon. I am playing rec volleyball and hockey during my free time when I’m not working on my studies.

 

My farm, Northern View Angus, is located south of Duff, SK, with purebred Black Angus cattle - we have 100 females. We participate in Angus shows such as Agribition, Harvest Showdown, and many others. We also have our annual Blue Collar Bull Sale at Heartland in Yorkton, the second Saturday in April.

 

I am a part of the Goodeve Beef 4H club and have been for nine years.  I have been in 4H for 14 years now. I enjoy everything about being part of this club and teaching the younger members what I have learned.

 

This year I am very excited to be a director of the Junior Angus board and meeting new breeders and members!

Alexis Frick

 

Hello, my name is Rayel Kaczmar. I am 17 years old and currently in grade 12 at Grenfell High School. I live at Grenfell, Saskatchewan on my family farm, Longview Angus, where we run over 100 purebred Black Angus cows and 50 commercial cows.

 

The past two years I have attended GOAL in Edmonton and Winnipeg. I am looking forward to this year’s GOAL in Moose Jaw, SK. I also attended Showdown two years ago in Lloydminster. I am very thankful for all the opportunities I have been given by the SJAA.

 

I look forward to another great year, being my second year as a director on the Saskatchewan Angus board.

Rayel Kaczmar

 

Hi my name is Brianna Kimmel. My sister and I operate Twisted Sisters Livestock and have been raising Angus since 2012. I am currently in my second year of crop technology at Lakeland College.

 

I enjoy traveling to various Angus events throughout the year and meeting new people.

Brianna Kimmel

 

Hi, my name is Carson Liebreich. I am 17 years old. I am from Radville, Saskatchewan where my family owns and operates Merit Cattle Company. We run a purebred Black Angus operation of 200 cows. I am currently a director on the Saskatchewan Junior Angus Board.

 

I got my start in the Angus industry when my parents gave me a calendar year heifer calf the year I was born. She produced to the age of 12. Since I was little I have been showing cattle. This is my eleventh year of being a part of the Radville 4-H beef club.

 

I enjoy showing cattle and try and go to as many shows as possible including recent Showdown’s in Weyburn, Saskatchewan; Virden, Manitoba; Olds, Alberta; Lloydminster, Saskatchewan and Barrie, Ontario in 2018. I have also been very fortunate to attend recent GOAL conferences in Ottawa, Ontario; Edmonton, Alberta; Winnipeg, Manitoba and will be attending the 2019 conference in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.

 

Growing up in the cattle industry has been a great influence in my life and being able to attend all the shows and other events has helped me to grow as a individual and I look forward to what is coming in the future.

Carson Liebreich

 

Hello, my name is Macy Liebreich and my family’s operation is Merit Cattle Co., we run about 200 purebred Black Angus.

 

I’m currently in my third year of undergraduate studies at the University of British Columbia for my Bachelor of Commerce and majoring in human resources with a focus in sustainability. I also work part-time for the Vancouver Canucks on the ice team and volunteer as an assistant hockey coach.

 

I’ve grown up in the beef 4-H program and have been to multiple junior shows and conferences across the country. Through the Angus Association I have had spectacular opportunities traveling to Scotland for the World Angus Forum as a part of the youth competition, traveling to the American LEAD conference, and acting as the Robert C. McHaffie Junior Ambassador for a year.

 

I’m excited to be a part of this board and to be more involved with the youth in the industry, hopefully I see you at some events this year! Also, if you have any questions regarding Angus scholarships or opportunities I’m happy to help!

Macy Liebreich

 

Hi, my name is Hillary Sauder and I am from Hodgeville, SK. I live on a farm with my parents, Collin and Michelle Sauder where we own and operate Windy Willows Farms. We raise approximately 250 purebred Black Angus cattle and approximately 75 purebred Red Angus cattle. I have my own herd of 25 purebred Angus cattle.

 

I am currently in Grade 12 at Hodgeville High School and will be attending Lakeland College in Vermilion in the fall, taking Animal Science Technology. I am also currently in my 13th year as an Ernfold 4-H beef member and the president of our club.

 

I am on the Saskatchewan Junior Angus board and serve as the Secretary. I am also the new Junior representative on the Saskatchewan Angus board. I have attended Showdown for the past six years and attended GOAL for the past four years. I am very excited to be attending both GOAL and Showdown again in 2019.

Hillary Sauder

 

Hello Everyone, my name is Allyson Tetzlaff. I’m fifteen years old and currently in grade 10 at Viscount Central School. My family operates a grain farm and owns a Red and Black Angus herd called Triple L Angus.

 

I enjoy playing school sports, broomball, and 4-H. I have been in the Viscount 4-H Beef Club for the past nine years and have always enjoyed working with the cattle.

 

I’m really excited to be a director on the Saskatchewan Junior Angus board, and I look forward to experiencing all it has to offer!

Ally Tetzlaff

 

Hello, my name is Connor Tetzlaff. I am 17 years old and currently attending grade 12 in Viscount Central School.

 

My family owns 125 head of purebred Black and Red Angus at Triple L Angus. Outside of the farm I play sports like football, track and field and basketball.

 

This is my first year as director at large and I am excited to be more involved in the Association.

Connor Tetzlaff

 

 

 

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