American Supreme Champions All Hail from Texas at Cattlemen's CongressFri, 14 Jan 2022 09:40:43 CST
Cattlemen's Congress is starting to wind down. It was the turn of the American breeds on Thursday evening at the Oklahoma City Fairgrounds as three more Supreme Champions were named at the 2022 show.
Leading off the evening was the Supreme Junior Female drive- won by Roxton Stone from Texas with his Black Brangus heifer, SJCC HENNESSEY 804H8. The heifer came out of the Southern Jewel Cattle Company of Victoria, Texas. The Junior Heifer picture is below the Open Class Heifer.
Next up was the selection of the Supreme Open Female- and the Supreme Champion was a Brangus owned by Lucherk Cattle of Poth, Texas and shown by LJ Rafter. The picture of this heifer is below the text in this story.
The finale of the evening was the selection of the Supreme Open Bull. The judges selected an UltraBlack bull owned by GKB Brangus- Gary and Kathy Buchhols of Waxahachie, Texas. (The picture of the Supreme Open Bull is above the text of this story)
Gary Buchhols was really excited after seeing his bull chosen to the Supreme Championship of the American Breeds ar Cattlemen's Congress. He and his wife Kathy talked with Oklahoma Farm Report's KC Sheperd afterwards. Kathy told KC "He's a very sound moving, functional bull that's all red meat and presents it in a very compete, appealing package."
You can hear KC talk with the Buchhols by clicking on the LISTEN BAR below.
Cattlemen's Congress continues at the Oklahoma City Fairgrounds through Saturday. Click here for the official website of the show.
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