SASKATCHEWAN ANGUS ASSOCIATION
Saskatchewan Junior Angus Association Board of Directors
Tyra Fox - President
Lloydminster, SK - 306-825-9624
Macy Liebreich – Vice-President
Radville, SK - 306-869-6740
Hillary Sauder – Secretary
Hodgeville, SK - 306-677-7542
Kodie Doetzel - Junior Director
Lipton, SK - 306-336-2245
Directors at Large
McLean, SK - 306-699-7211
Oxbox, SK - 306-485-6788
Neudorf, SK - 306-730-9913
Lloydminster, SK - 306-825-7253
Grenfell, SK - 306-451-0075
Lloydminster, SK - 780-214-3643
Radville, SK - 306-815-7226
Goodeve, SK - 306-876-4420
Swift Current, SK - 306-774-4494
The Saskatchewan Junior Angus Association was officially formed in 1996 and works to educate and provide opportunities to Angus Juniors in Saskatchewan. We host 2 shows each year - one in the Summer, that rotates around the province, and one at Canadian Western Agribition in November. 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.
2017 Junior Show results - Click here
Champion Open Female
MERIT SOCIALITE 5121
Reserve Champion Open Female
RED WILBAR BLOCKANA 50D
MERIT STING 7047E
Reserve Champion Bull
CRESCENT CREEK MOMENTUM 5E
Champion Owned Female
MERIT FLORA 6078D
Reserve Champion Owned Female
TWST SHE’S A HEARTBREAKER
SJA members at GOAL 2018.
As we bring in 2018, its time for us juniors to start another exciting eventful year. Our final junior event to wind down 2017 was our annual meeting and fun afternoon at Agribition. At the annual meeting we updated the board positions and discussed upcoming events for juniors in 2018. At the meeting our scholarship recipients were announced - congratulations to Macy Liebreich and Brianna Kimmel. Both the recipients will be receiving $500 to go towards post secondary education. For our fun afternoon we had a lot of juniors in attendance and it was a great time playing games, doing a scavenger hunt and then enjoying pizza at the end sponsored by the Saskatchewan Junior Angus Association. Our annual fun afternoon is always a great turn out and allows the older members to help out our junior members.
Earlier in the fall we juniors had our annual Saskatchewan Junior Gold Show. The show was held in Lloydminster, SK for the third year in a row. There was an awesome turn out, many new juniors and previous juniors participated in the wide range of activities - Print marketing, Photography, Literature, Judging, Team Grooming, Showmanship and of course the conformation classes. I would like to thank all the judges, volunteers and sponsors that helped make the show a success, as well as congratulate all the juniors who did well and who came out and participated. We look forward to 2018’s show in Lloydminster as well.
The first event for the juniors of the New Year will be the 13th annual GOAL conference, this year it will be held in Winnipeg, Manitoba. GOAL is always a great place to catch up with Angus friends, and create many new friendships with Angus juniors from all over the country as well as learn about our industry and ourselves. GOAL is a great experience and I look forward to seeing many familiar and new faces there. There are a number of Saskatchewan Juniors making the trip to GOAL, thanks in large part to the travel bursaries provided by Saskatchewan Angus Association.
After GOAL the next event on the list is 2018 Showdown, this year to be held in Barrie, Ontario. Showdown is always a fantastic time there are conformation classes along with many other competitions such as print marketing, photography, art, sales talk, public speaking and number more – you don’t need to have your own cattle there to be able to participate in a wide range of events. Showdown is a great place to see all your junior friends from across Canada and make many new friends. The Saskatchewan Junior Angus Association will be sponsoring three travel bursaries to Showdown valued at $750. The application for this will be a short essay explaining why you think you should get to go to Showdown and how you think it will benefit you. Make sure you apply for these travel bursaries as well as the national bursaries available by June 1.
I am very excited to be serving the Saskatchewan Junior Angus Association another year as the president, it is an exciting time in the Angus industry and I look forward to meeting more juniors and getting to know them better. If you ever have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me and ask.
Tyra Fox, President
Hello, my name is Baxter Blair and I am very excited to start the new year off again with the Saskatchewan Junior Angus Board. This is my fourth year being on the Junior Angus board.
I am fifteen years old, and attend Greenall High School in Balgonie, Saskatchewan. I raise purebred Red Angus cattle at Double B Angus, exhibiting our genetics through spring and summer junior and open shows, and also at numerous shows in the fall all across Canada. I have been involved within the Angus breed all of my life as my family has been raising purebred and Angus influence cattle for over three generations. I am very excited to see what the year has in store for us, and cannot wait to see what the Angus breed will offer in 2018!
I am Kodie Doetzel of Nu-Horizon Angus and am a director on the board for Saskatchewan Junior Angus and the junior director on the SAA board. This will be my sixth year as a board member. I have attended three Saskatchewan Junior Angus shows, nine Canadian Junior Angus shows, and will be attending GOAL for the fifth time this year. Each year I attend Agribition.
I live on a farm north of Lipton, SK. We raise purebred Red and Black Angus cattle as well as some commercial cattle. Between showing cattle in 4-H and Junior Angus shows, I am kept pretty busy. I am in grade 12 at Cupar School. In the winter I enjoy skiing, snowmobiling and hunting. In the summer I like quading and playing baseball.
If you like meeting new people, showing cattle, and having fun, give Junior Angus a try. I know you will like it!
My name is Reegan Frey, I am 14 years old and the oldest of three. Together with my dad and mom, Jason and Melissa and my two brothers Dylan and Joran we live on a mixed farm north of Oxbow, SK. We run 400 cattle which are primarily purebred Black Angus and a small grain farm.
I am currently in grade 9 at Oxbow Prairie Horizons School. I am a part of my schools SRC and have been for the past two years. I work at the canteen in my school and I am an active member in band. I also have been a member of SADD for the past three years. I enjoy participating in all sports and I play competitively in curling, basketball and softball. I started 4-H when I was six years old and I am in my 9th year. I have been treasurer and I am currently the newspaper reporter. Last summer I participated in a club to club exchange to Brigden, Ontario.
I have shown at the following shows, Yorkton Spring Steer and Heifer show, Manitoba Royal Winter Fair, Canadian Junior Angus Showdown, Manitoba Livestock Expo, Kennedy Jackpot Show, Alameda Jackpot Show, Alameda Regional Fairs and Agribition. I have attended the SJA activities at Agribition for as long as I can remember. In the summertime’s I help run our vacation bible school at St. Peters Lutheran Church and I have babysat for the past three years.
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 three and a half years. I am currently 18 years old and taking my first year of Agribuisness at Parkland College in Yorkton, Saskatchewan through the University of Saskatchewan. My farm Northern View Angus is located south of Duff, SK with purebred Black Angus cattle, we have 100 females. We participate in many Angus shows such as Agribition, Harvest Showdown, and others. We also have our annual Blue Collar Bull Sale at Heartland in Yorkton every second Saturday in April.
I am a part of the Goodeve Beef 4H club and have been for eight years and have been in 4H for 13 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!
Hello everyone, my name is Tyra Fox. I am 19 years old and in June of 2016 I graduated from the Lloydminster Comprehensive High School. 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.
This past fall I started my first year at University at the University of Regina working towards pre vet. It’s been a great experience so far and I look forward to the rest of my school journey.
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.
Hello, my name is Rayel Kaczmar. I am 16 years old and in grade 11. I live at Grenfell, Saskatchewan on my family farm, Longview Angus where we run over 100 purebred Black Angus cows and 80 commercial cows.
I have been a member of the Neudorf 4-H club for the past four years. Last year I attended both GOAL and Showdown for the first time, and it was a great experience.
I look forward to my first year as a director on the Saskatchewan Junior Angus board.
Hello, my name is Brianna Kimmel. I am 18 years old and currently enrolled in Crop Technology at Lakeland College in Vermilion. I am the youngest sister in Twisted Sisters Livestock. We raise purebred Angus, Simmental, and Sim-Angus cattle.
I have been on the SJAA board for the past five years. We have a great board and I have learned so much and hope to become a mentor just like the ones who mentored me.
I love being involved in the cattle industry. It has provided me so many great opportunities, like attending the 2016 National Junior Angus Show in Grand Island, Nebraska, attending various GOAL conferences and Showdown.
This year I look forward to attending more great events and meeting people in the industry.
Hi, my name is Carson Liebreich. I am 16 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 tenth 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; and Lloydminster, Saskatchewan in 2017. I have also been very fortunate to attend recent GOAL conferences in Ottawa, Ontario; Edmonton, Alberta; and will be attending the 2018 conference in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
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.
Hello, my name is Macy Liebreich and I’m a new member of the board and acting as the new Vice President. My family’s operation is Merit Cattle Co., we run about 200 purebred Black Angus.
I’m currently in my second year of undergraduate studies at the University of British Columbia for my Bachelor of Commerce and am hoping to major in human resources and minor in sustainability. I also work part-time for the Vancouver Canucks on the ice team.
I’ve grown up in the beef 4-H program and have been to multiple junior shows and conferences across the country. Recently I had the spectacular opportunity to travel to Scotland for the World Angus Forum as a part of the youth competition and presently I have the honour of acting as the Robert C. McHaffie Junior Ambassador and continuing my travels within the beef industry.
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!
Hi I am Wade Olynyk and I am a 5th generation farmer from Goodeve, SK. I am currently in my second year of my Animal Science diploma at Lakeland College. I enjoy many activates like sports, cattle shows, and being around friends to just name a few. In my free time I’m usually around cattle or farm equipment. I do like to work with my hands and fix in my pass time as well.
My plans after school is to go back and continue farming at Crescent Creek Angus and expand it in the coming years. I have a great passion for cattle and the agriculture industry and the great people that make up both industries. I also serve on the Canadian Junior Angus board as a director for Saskatchewan. I have been president of my local 4-H club and have been in leadership roles on my sports teams. I love what SJA and CJA are doing for the youth of our industry and I wanted to be a part of that!
I hope calving season goes great for everyone and I hope to see everyone out during bull sale and show seasons.
Hello my name is Hillary Sauder, I am 16 years old, in grade 11 and currently attending Hodgeville School. I live on a farm with my parents, Collin and Michelle Sauder where we own and operate Windy Willows Farms. We raise approximately 300 purebred Black Angus cattle along with 50 purebred Red Angus cattle. I have my own herd of purebred Black and Red Angus cattle that run with the rest of the herd. I joined 4-H when I was five years old, so this is my 12th year as a member in the Ernfold 4-H Beef Club. I have been Secretary and am currently Vice President of the club. I have also been our club’s representative to District #9 4-H Council for four years, this year serving as President. 4-H is something that I really enjoy and hope to be apart of for many years.
I am very active in extra-curricular school events having been on the SRC and am currently on my 5th year on the Yearbook Committee. I also play volleyball, badminton, softball and curl. I have skipped our school mixed curling team for the past three years. In 2016 we won the silver medal at SHSAA Provincials, our first year together. I really enjoy curling with my team in school events and the Hodgeville league.
Attending junior cattle shows, especially Angus events like Showdown is something I really enjoy. Taking my own cattle to these events is a highlight. While attending the last two GOAL Conferences, I have made many connections and memories with Angus members from across Canada and look forward to more. I am very excited to be on the Saskatchewan Junior Angus board for my first year as a director and secretary.
My name is Ty Schwan. I am 20 years old and live on a ranch just outside of Swift Current, SK. My family and I operate Schwan Angus Ranch which consists of 100 purebred Black Angus cows and a herd of commercial cows.
Since I have been six years old I have been involved in showing cattle. I have been a part of the Herbert Grazers 4-H club for 14 years. I attend many shows throughout the year and many of the Saskatchewan and Canadian Angus Junior shows.
I look forward to my second year being a director on the Saskatchewan Angus board.
Hello Everybody, I am Morgan Davey, I am 17 years old and currently attend grade 11 at Delisle Composite. I live on my family farm where we raise purebred Black Angus.
I am fairly new to the Junior Angus Association but have so far attended the 2018 GOAL Conference and Showdown 2017 and I plan to continue. 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 first year on the board.