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77th Williams Lake Bull Show and Sale

Ranchers get ready to enter the ring to show off their prized bulls Wednesday at the Williams Lake Stockyards during the 77th Annual Williams Lake Bull Show and Sale. The show took place Wednesday, while the sale got underway Thursday, with bulls being sold to the highest bidders. - Angie Mindus photo
Ranchers get ready to enter the ring to show off their prized bulls Wednesday at the Williams Lake Stockyards during the 77th Annual Williams Lake Bull Show and Sale. The show took place Wednesday, while the sale got underway Thursday, with bulls being sold to the highest bidders.
— image credit: Angie Mindus photo

Little Fort Herefords captured several of the top honours in the Hereford Class during the 77th annual Williams Lake Bull and Show Sale this week.

Dr. Jason McGillivray of Kamloops judged the show Wednesday, which was officially opened by Cariboo Chilcotin MLA Donna Barnett.

Williams Lake Stampede Queen Rachel Abrahamse and Williams Lake Stampede Princess Karina Sukert were also on hand to present the ribbons.

In the Hereford class, Grand Champion went to Little Fort Herefords while Reserve Grand Champion was awarded to Richardson Ranch.

Little Fort Herefords also took top honours with Junior Champion, Reserve Junior Champion, Best Pair of Bulls and Best String of Bulls.

Richardson Ranch also won for Champion Yearling and Senior Champion.

Reserve Champion Yearling went to 3 D L, while Get of Sire was awarded to Deanfield Ranch.

In the Angus Class, Schochaneetqua Angus took home all the awards winning Grand Champion, Reserve Grand Champion, Best Pair and Get of Sire.

Nine Mile Ranch was awarded First Place Pen in the pen show results.

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