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RICHARD DYAR SCHOLARSHIP
High school seniors and college students wishing to apply for the Richard Dyar Scholarship may request an application from the Alabama Angus Association. Applications will be due at the annual meeting April 18th and will be awarded at the Field Day in June.

ALABAMA WOMENS SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS
High school seniors and college students can also apply for the Women's Scholarship. The application is available online or by contacting Debbie Graydon at graydonfarm@att.net.




2021 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day

Angus exhibitors led 33 entries at the 2021 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 4-5 in Woodville, Ala. Corbin Cowles, Rockfield, Ky., evaluated the entries before naming champions.


Grand Champion Bred-and-Owned Bull

Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Bull

Graves AEG Were You There won grand champion bred-and-owned bull at the 2021 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 4-5 in Woodville, Ala. Audra Graves, Cleveland, Ala., owns the October 2020 son of Silveiras Style 9303. Corbin Cowles, Rockfield, Ky., evaluated the 33 entries. Photo by Will Harsh, American Angus Association.


Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Bull

Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Bull

Sweetgum Powerball 2010 won reserve grand champion bred-and-owned bull at the 2021 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 4-5 in Woodville, Ala. Wheeler Allen, Lexington, Ala., owns the February 2020 son of Raven Powerball 53. Corbin Cowles, Rockfield, Ky., evaluated the 33 entries. Photo by Will Harsh, American Angus Association.


Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Female

Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Female

Graves Flora Rose AEG 912 won supreme champion overall and grand champion bred-and-owned female at the 2021 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 4-5 in Woodville, Ala. Audra Graves, Cleveland, Ala., owns the November 2019 daughter of S A V Brilliance 8077. Corbin Cowles, Rockfield, Ky., evaluated the 33 entries. The Supreme Champion Drive was sponsored by Black Knight Cattle Co. Photo by Will Harsh, American Angus Association.


Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Female

Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Female

SKW Cheyenne Rita Wix 018 won reserve grand champion bred-and-owned female at the 2021 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 4-5 in Woodville, Ala. Cheyenne Walker, Toney, Ala., owns the September 2020 daughter of Colburn Primo 5153. Corbin Cowles, Rockfield, Ky., evaluated the 33 entries. Photo by Will Harsh, American Angus Association.


Grand Champion Cow-calf Pair

Grand Champion Cow-calf Pair

Rutherford CMR Winnie 817 won grand champion cow-calf pair at the 2021 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 4-5 in Woodville, Ala. Audra Graves, Cleveland, Ala., owns the October 2018 daughter of Penners-CC Double Black 2257. An October 2020 heifer calf sired by S A V Brilliance 8077 completes the winning duo. Corbin Cowles, Rockfield, Ky., evaluated the 33 entries. Photo by Will Harsh, American Angus Association.


Reserve Grand Champion Cow-calf Pair

Reserve Grand Champion Cow-calf Pair

Sweetgum Rita 1908 won reserve grand champion cow-calf pair at the 2021 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 4-5 in Woodville, Ala. Wheeler Allen, Lexington, Ala., owns the February 2019 daughter of EXAR Monumental 6056B. A January 2021 heifer calf sired by EPF Shareholder 7707 completes the winning pair. Corbin Cowles, Rockfield, Ky., evaluated the 33 entries. Photo by Will Harsh, American Angus Association.


Grand Champion Owned Female

Grand Champion Owned Female

Denney Proven Queen 063 won grand champion owned female at the 2021 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 4-5 in Woodville, Ala. Claire Smith, Jemison, Ala., owns the September 2020 daughter of Colburn Primo 5153. Corbin Cowles, Rockfield, Ky., evaluated the 33 entries. Photo by Will Harsh, American Angus Association.


Reserve Grand Champion Owned Female

Reserve Grand Champion Owned Female

Ingram Elba 0544 won reserve grand champion owned female at the 2021 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 4-5 in Woodville, Ala. Camden Upchurch, Lineville, Ala., owns the September 2020 daughter of KR Casino 6243. Corbin Cowles, Rockfield, Ky., evaluated the 33 entries. Photo by Will Harsh, American Angus Association.


Grand Champion Steer

Grand Champion Steer

SKW CP Curly Fry 015B won grand champion steer at the 2021 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 4-5 in Woodville, Ala. Cheyenne Walker, Toney, Ala., owns the September 2020 son of Colburn Primo 5153. Corbin Cowles, Rockfield, Ky., evaluated the 33 entries. Photo by Will Harsh, American Angus Association.


Senior Showmanship

Senior Showmanship

These junior Angus members won top honors in senior showmanship at the 2021 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 4-5 in Woodville, Ala. Pictured from left are Corbin Cowles, judge; Audra Graves, Cleveland, first place; Cheyenne Walker, Toney, second place; Abigail McCord, New Market, third place; Tucker Hilyer, Clanton, fourth place; and Emma Allen, Lexington, fifth place. Photo by Will Harsh, American Angus Association


Intermediate Showmanship

Intermediate Showmanship

These junior Angus members won top honors in intermediate showmanship at the 2021 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 4-5 in Woodville, Ala. Pictured from left are Corbin Cowles, judge; Amelia Thrower, Arab, first place; Makayla Walker, Toney, second place; and Wheeler Allen, Lexington, third place. Photo by Will Harsh, American Angus Association.


Junior Showmanship

Junior Showmanship

These junior Angus members won top honors in junior showmanship at the 2021 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 4-5 in Woodville, Ala. Pictured from left are Corbin Cowles, judge; Camden Upchurch, Lineville, first place; Claire Smith, Jemison, second place; Kynleigh Wood, Holly Pond, third place; Carson Fallin, Blountsville, fourth place; and Shep Evans, Hope Hull, fifth place. Photo by Will Harsh, American Angus Association.


Pee Wee Showmanship

Pee Wee Showmanship

These young Angus enthusiasts participated in the peewee showmanship division at the 2021 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 4-5 in Woodville, Ala. Pictured from left are Corbin Cowles, judge; Alex Wood, Holly Pond, Ala.; Reason Rutherford, Crawford, Miss.; and Bryson Upchurch, Lineville, Ala. Photo by Will Harsh, American Angus Association.


NJAS Qualifiers

NJAS Qualifiers

These junior Angus members qualified to represent Alabama at the National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show this July in Grand Island, Neb. and are pictured at the 2021 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 4-5 in Woodville, Ala. Pictured from left are Tucker Hilyer, Clanton, alternate; Abigail McCord, New Market, respresentative; and Cheyenne Walker, Toney, representative. Photo by Will Harsh, American Angus Association.


Voting Delegates

Voting Delegates

These junior Angus members were selected as voting delegates for this years National Junior Angus Show held this July in Grand Island, Neb., and are pictured at the 2021 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 4-5 in Woodville, Ala. Pictured from left are Heather Gladney, Buhl, alternate; Tucker Hilyer, Clanton, alternate; Abigail McCord, New Market, delegate; and Cheyenne Walker, Toney, delegate. Photo by Will Harsh, American Angus Association.


Board of Directors

Board of Directors

These young ladies and gentlemen were elected to serve on the Alabama Junior Angus Association board of directors and are pictured at the 2021 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 4-5 in Woodville, Ala. Pictured front row from left are Audra Graves, Cleveland, president; Amelia Thrower, Arab, secretary-treasurer; and Cheyenne Walker, Toney, reporter. Back row from left are Wheeler Allen, Lexington, north director; Tucker Hilyer, Clanton, central director; Makayla Walker, Toney, at large director; Carson Fallin, Blountsville, at large director; and Shep Evans, Hope Hull, south director. Photo by Will Harsh, American Angus Association.


Breeder of the Year

Breeder of the Year

Upchurch Angus Cattle and Upchurch Brothers Farm, both of Lineville, Ala., were named Breeders of the Year at the 2021 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 4-5 in Woodville, Ala. Pictured back row from left are Richard Dyar, presenting; and Jason, BriAnna and Randall Upchurch, recipients. Front row from left are Jason's sons Bryson and Camden Upchurch, and Randall's son Cage Upchurch. Photo by Will Harsh, American Angus Association.


Family of the Year

Family of the Year

The Mickey Allen Family, Sweetgum Farms, Lexington, Ala., were named Family of the Year at the 2021 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 4-5 in Woodville, Ala. Pictured from left are Jason Stewart, herdsman; and Emma, Wheeler, Mickey and April Allen. Photo by Will Harsh, American Angus Association.


Dyar Scholarship

Dyar Scholarship

These junior Angus members received the Richard Dyar scholarship at the 2021 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 4-5 in Woodville, Ala. Pictured from left are Layton Adams, Union Springs; Heather Gladney, Buhl; and Aspen Adams, Union Springs. Photo by Will Harsh, American Angus Association.


Retiring Queen

Retiring Queen

Emma Allen, Lexington, outgoing queen is pictured at the 2021 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 4-5 in Woodville, Ala. Photo by Will Harsh, American Angus Association.


Auxiliary Scholarship

Auxiliary Scholarship

These young ladies were presented with the Alabama Angus Auxiliary scholarships at the 2021 Alabama Angus Association Junior Preview Show and Field Day, June 4-5 in Woodville, Ala. Pictured from left are Layton Adams, Union Springs, recipient; Meghan Rutherford, Auxiliary director, presenting; and Aspen Adams, Union Springs, recipient. Photo by Will Harsh, American Angus Association.


 

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