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Tehama District Fair Carcass Contest results | Barton – Red Bluff Daily News

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There were 51 steers in the 2023 Tehama District Fair Carcass Contest that was compiled by Josh Davy, UC Cooperative Extension.
This year there were two Gold Seal carcasses that had USDA Quality Grade with a minimum grade of Choice, a USDA Yield Grade of 2.5 or less and a hot carcass weight between 650 and 900 lbs.
There were 17 Carcass of Merit steers, with USDA Quality Grade with at least Choice minus, a USDA  Yield Grade of 3.0 or less, and a hot carcass weight between 600 and 950 lbs.
Farm Advisor Josh Davy mentioned there were two contests for the steers at fair time.  The live competition at the fair and now the carcass contest.
Jayce Carter, Flournoy/Paskenta 4-H had the steer with the top carcass.  He sold to Taco Bell, Red Bluff with a live weight of 1,265 lbs.  Grading Choice Plus, a Yield Grade of 2.47, a hot carcass weight of 823 lbs, rib eye of 15.5 inches, and backfat of .52 inches.  He received a check and buckle from Tehama County CattleWomen, a trophy from Tri Counties Bank, and a check from Tehama County Cattlemen and Tehama District Fair.
Second Gold Seal steer was from Alex Turri, Flournoy/Paskenta 4-H sold to Knorr Management, with a live weight of 1,170 lbs, grading Choice Plus, a Yield Grade of 2.43, a hot carcass weight of 706 lbs, rib eye of 13.6 inches, backfat of .44 inches.  She received a check and a Gold certificate.
Third place and Carcass of Merit certificate, plus check to Harper Sutfin, Independent member whose steer sold to Red Bluff Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep.  It had a live weight of 1,240 lbs, grading Choice Plus, a Yield Grade of 2.83, a hot carcass weight of 764 lbs, rib eye of 14.3 inches, and backfat of .60 inches.
Congratulations to Cash Parker, Red Bluff FFA, for exhibiting the Supreme Champion Market Steer that placed high in the Tehama District Fair Carcass Contest.   It was a Carcass of Merit steer receiving the fourth place check, selling to Attorneys at Law, McCarthy and Rubright with a live weight of 1,310 lbs, Choice Plus grade, a Yield Grade of 2.98, hot carcass weight of 783 lbs,  rib eye of 13.1 inches, backfat of .44 inches.
Fifth place check to Colton Zumalt, Los Molinos 4-H for a Carcass of Merit steer selling to Cedar Creek Corporation. a live weight of 1,085 lbs, a Choice grade,  Yield Grade of 2.12, hot carcass weight of 626 lbs, rib eye of 13 inches, and backfat of .4 inches.
Sixth place checks to Davanna Coulter-Oliver, Red Bluff FFA whose steer sold to Tri R Gas, grading Choice Plus, with live weight of 1,330 lbs, Yield Grade 3.54, hot carcass weight of 772 lbs, rib eye of 13.1 inches, backfat of .64 inches.
Carcass of Merit steers grading Choice minus included Jayda Staley, Independent selling to Wendi Lou Mini Market; Joslyn Shults, Red Bluff FFA selling to Basin Enterprises; Dodge Merkley, Flournoy/Paskenta 4-H selling to Outback Contractors;  Felipe Espinoza, Los Molinos FFA selling to Crown Nursery;  Ellis Macfarlane, Independent selling to Redding Kia. Lexi Kanakis, Corning FFA selling to Taco Bell;  Samuel Sutfin, Corning 4-H selling to Corning Ford.
The 4-H Champion Steer shown by Samantha Prouty, Antelope 4-H was a Carcass of Merit steer that sold to Traynham Ranch.  Samantha is also a Tehama County Beef Ambassador.  Lacey Moreno, Independent selling to Walberg Inc;  Maia Mayer, Los Molinos FFA selling to California Walnut Co; Catherine Belter, Flournoy/Paskenta 4-H selling to Taco Bell;  Tyler Prouty, Antelope 4-H selling to Traynham Ranch; Blake Drake, Antelope 4-H selling to Cedar Creek Corporation.
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The Tehama County Cattlemen announced the Ron Knight Memorial Scholarship winners during the ice cream social that recognized the Carcass of Merit and Gold Seal winners.
The cattlemen awarded $2,000 to each of the seven deserving students, totaling $14,000 dollars to be awarded for 2023.   Tanner Kerr, will be attending Feather River College with a major in Ranch Management. His educational goal is an Ag Management Degree, with a career goal of becoming a ranch manager. Tanner was the 2023 District 1 California High School Rodeo Association All Around Cowboy.
Catlyn Mackey, graduated from Red Bluff High in 2023 and will be attending Lassen Community College with an educational goal of a BS in Ag Business.
Graduating in 2022 from West Valley High School was Austin Flood, attending Oklahoma State University majoring in Animal Science/ Vet Medicine with a goal of a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine.  Libby Merkley graduated from Corning High and is attending Tarleton State University – Texas with an Ag Business major.    Lilly Tomasetti graduated from Red Bluff High and is attending Chico State University with an Animal Science degree.
Hannah Endres graduated from Corning High School in 2021, and is attending Chico State University with a goal of becoming an ag instructor with a BS degree in Ag Education.
Audra Brown graduated from Red Bluff High in 2020, and attended Colorado State University, with a major in Equine Science with a career goal of equine nutrition/animal genetics.
Tehama County CattleWomen awarded $2,000 to each of the six deserving students.
Logan Darst will be attending Central Arizona College to begin their Pipe Welding and Fitting program since he received the Vocational Scholarship.  The Cattlemen and CattleWomen offer a Vocational Scholarship each year since welders are needed.
Austin Flood also received the cattlewomen scholarship to attend Oklahoma State University to become a Veterinarian. Audra Brown sent a video since she was finishing her semester in New Zealand.
Hanna Hamre is attending Oklahoma State University majoring in Animal Science and Ag Education.
Masie Skelton is attending Purdue University majoring in Horticulture.
Caitlyn Morgan attends the University of California, Davis majoring in Ag Plant and Soil Science.
Thanks to the community participation in the Cattlemen’s Winter Dinner and Scholarship Fund-raiser each January, the cattlemen and cattlewomen were able to award these scholarships.
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