The last of a shipment of 1,434 animals - including cows, bulls, plus five Quarter Horses - were shipped to the Stevenson Sputnik Ranch in Russia.
Darrell Stevenson of Hobson and Jack Holden of Valier, contracted the cattle sale earlier this year. To fill the large order, Stevenson selected the Angus genetics from his family’s herds of Stevenson Angus Ranch, Stevenson’s Diamond Dot Ranch and R&S Angus Ranch all from Hobson.
Also included in the sale is a herd of registered Hereford cattle, supplied by Holden Herefords in Valier.
GOES LIKE THIS — 4-H air rifle leader Jack Judisch helps Drew Drishinski adjust his gun during a shooting sports session at the Pondera Shooting Sports Complex. In addition to instruction, Judisch and his wife Barb, organize the air gun portion of the Pondera Shooting Sports program, with assistance from several other certified leaders, other volunteers and the Pondera Extension Office. Photo Courtesy of MSU – Pondera County Extension
The 4-H Shooting Sports season began the last week in November and shooters are now well on their way into the season that will run through the beginning of March.
Youth, age 9 to 18, shoot air pistol, air rifle and archery at the Pondera Shooting Sports Complex on Mondays and Tuesdays each week.
Each week, participants focus on improving their technical skills, practicing good safety and learning more about their discipline through instruction and 4-H curriculum.
PIN COMING — Lucas Schultz, 189, comes to win this match by a pin-fall in the time of 2:01 over Nick Jackson from Billings West. The action took place at the Holiday Classic in Great Falls over the weekend. I-O Photo by Colleen Moritz
The Cowboy matmen were represented well at the annual CMR Holiday Classic tournament in Great Falls over the weekend.
This is the next biggest tournament except for the state meet in Billings with 40 teams from all the school classes hitting the mats.
When the dust settled on Friday, Conrad was sitting in 20th place with 51 points, right in the middle of the action.