Angus Recognizes Roll of Victory Show Winners

Top Roll of Victory winners honored during the Awards Recognition Breakfast.

2014 ROV Show Bull of the YearEXAR Blue Chip 1877B won ROV Show Bull of the Year. Express Ranches, Yukon, Okla.; Penner Harris, Mill Creek, Okla.; and Conley Cattle, Sulphur, Okla., own the winning bull. Pictured from left are Kyle Conley, Jarold Callahan and Bob Funk.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (Nov. 6) — Strong competition has kept the Angus breed at the forefront of an ever-changing beef cattle industry. That occurs in many ways, including the showring. The American Angus Association recognized top honors in the 2013-2014 Roll of Victory (ROV) show season during the Awards Recognition Breakfast Nov. 6 as part of the first-ever Angus Means Business National Convention & Trade Show in Kansas City, Mo.

“Angus is fortunate to have thousands of breeders who are motivated by continuous improvement in cattle genetics,” says Bryce Schumann, Association CEO. “We see that in the showring and in pastures every day, in all parts of the United States.”

During the 2013-2014 show season, more than 2,000 cattle participated for points during regular-point shows and super-point ROV shows throughout the country. A complete list of winners was published in the September 2014 Angus Journal.

ROV Breeder of the YearExpress Angus Ranches, Yukon, Okla., won ROV Breeder of the Year honors. Pictured from left are Bryce Schumann, Association CEO; Bob Funk; Catherine Harward, 2014 Miss American Angus; and Jarold Callahan.

Those honored at the awards breakfast Nov. 6 were:

For information about the 2014-2015 ROV Show Program, visit www.angus.org or contact Jaclyn Upperman or Ashley Mitchell in the Events and Education Department at 816-383-5100. For more news from the Angus Means Business National Convention & Trade Show, visit www.angusconvention.com. Also plan to tune to The Angus Report at 7:30 a.m. CST Monday, Nov. 17 for full coverage on RFD-TV.


 

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