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2020 AJSA National Classic, Brookings, SD, July 11-16

May 15, 2020 Events ASA
2020 NATIONAL CLASSIC ANNOUNCEMENT Here is the Schedule of Events including Hotel & Camping Accommodations at the bottom. ONLINE ENTRIES will open Wednesday,…

ASA Spotlight

Adaptable, Well-Structured, and Index-Focused

May 12, 2020 ASA Spotlight ASA
Seedstock producers, Tim and Sandy Naasz, find Simmental and SimAngus™ cattle meet their customers’ needs. By Emme Troendle | Well-known for Mount Rushmore and…

Making Her Way In Modern Ranching

April 27, 2020 ASA Spotlight ASA
By Lilly Platts, Editor | Jaclyn Wilson’s Flying Diamond Genetics offers a full-service embryo transfer service, doing business with top seedstock producers…

Seven AJSA Members Selected as Sure Champ Leadership Team

Sure Champ® recently announced its first-ever Sure Champ Leadership Team. Out of the nine juniors recognized, two American Junior Simmental Association (AJSA) members were specifically selected by Sure Champ to represent the Simmental breed: Emerson Tarr, LeRoy, IL, and Hannah Tremaine, Oconomowoc, WI. 

Five additional AJSA members were selected as a part of the leadership team to represent different breeds: Mattison Beattie, Sumner, NE; Raymond Beneker, Hamilton, OH; Skye Schumaker, Heyworth, IL;  Shea Whaley, Eagle Grove, IA; and Chesney Effling, Highmore, SD.

Rounding out the leadership group are two other beef-industry youth: Jolene Ebersole, Kellerton, IA;  and Lauren McMillan, Tiskilwa, IL.

Emerson Tarr is a junior in high school who is an active member of Illinois and American Junior Simmental Associations. She is involved in leadership roles in her local FFA chapter, the Illinois Junior Simmental Association, is the team captain for her cross country and track teams, and is presently serving as a FCA huddle leader for her basketball team. She hopes to attend a junior college in Illinois to be on a livestock judging team; then attend an out-of-state university to major in agricultural communications and marketing. Ultimately, she would like to work in a career that allows her to travel and work with youth.

Hannah Tremaine is no stranger to the livestock industry, having grown up in the Angus business; however, she joined the American Junior Simmental Association three years ago, and said it “feels like family.” Although she has attended several Simmental shows, she is excited to meet more people, learn more about the breed, and expand her leadership skills. She attends the University of Wisconsin-Madison and majors in communication sciences disorders with the goal of becoming a speech and language pathologist.

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