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Pine Bluffs youth wins at competition


photo courtesy of Sharon Fain

Grace Steenbergen of Pine Bluffs is shown with her reserve champion heifer, JCGR Bar GTLayla, at the American Gelbvieh Junior Association national show in Springfield, Ohio earlier this month. She was also named champion in the junior division Impromptu Speaking competition.

Eleven year-old Grace Steenbergen of Pine Bluffs represented Wyoming at the annual American Gelbvieh (Gelp-fee) Junior Association's (AGJA) national show, held June 28 thru July 3, at the Clark County Fairgrounds in Springfield, Ohio. The Heart of it All Classic national show hosted more than 250 cattle entries and 400 youth between the ages of five and 21 years old. The AGJA is the junior division of the American Gelbvieh Association.

Steenbergen's heifer, JCGR Bar GT Layla 162B, won reserve division champion in the Junior Yearling Heifer Division. Grace was also named Champion in the juni...

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