Tips & Techniques from Grand Champion Exhibitor Allie Reinecke – Sunday, September 20, 2020 – at Fearing Angus

Tips & Techniques from Grand Champion Exhibitor Allie Reinecke – Sunday, September 20, 2020 – at Fearing Angus

Held at the Fearing Angus Farm, this event is for 4H kids and their parents interested in showing cattle. Allie Reinecke will walk you through the process. Allie is an amazing young woman from the Reedsburg area. During this event, Allie will share her tips and techniques for cattle showmanship success. There will be tips & techniques, animal demos, Q&A session, and fun had by all. While there is no charge for this event, please register so we know how to planl Please dress in layers as this event will be held in an unheated farm building at Fearing Angus Cattle.

Get your tickets here! There is no charge, but we do need a head count of attendees.

Learn more about this event at Fearing Angus Facebook Events page.

About Allie Reinecke:
     Allison Reinecke grew up in Reedsburg, Wisconsin and has over 12 years of experience showing and raising cattle. She got her start showing her family’s Holsteins at local and district shows. She soon started to purchase and show market steers at the Sauk County Fair, the Wisconsin State Fair and jackpot shows through 4-H and FFA.
Allison has had success at the county and state level in showmanship, placing as the Master Beef Showman at the Sauk County Fair for 3 years. Allison has also had grand and reserve market animals at the Sauk County Fair and in breed divisions at jackpot shows around the state.
     Through her 12 years of showing, there were many lessons learned, and Allison enjoys passing on her showmanship, daily care, and calf selection tricks and experiences with newer, younger cattle exhibitors.
In addition to showing club calves, Allison also has experience in livestock judging contests, placing as the 2nd overall individual at the 2014 Wisconsin State FFA Livestock Judging contest.
After graduating from UW-Platteville in 2019, Allison has started her career with Illinois Farm Bureau as a county manager in central Illinois. In her professional role, she regularly works with, and supports FFA and 4-H exhibitors with their animal projects.

 


Music, Pizza & Wine: 2019 Hill and Valley Exploration Tour Celebration and 2020 Tour Fundraiser

Music, Pizza & Wine: 2019 Hill and Valley Exploration Tour Celebration and 2020 Tour Fundraiser

Welcome to the 2019 Hill and Valley Exploration Tour Celebration and 2020 Tour Fundraiser at the Narrows Creek Winery, Loganville.
Local Musicians! Wood-fired Oven Pizza by the Branding Iron Roadhouse Farm-to-Fork Eatery, Wisconsin Fruit Wine by Narrows Creek Winery, and Locally-brewed Craft Beer Available for Sale. A portion of proceeds support the 2020 Hill and Valley Exploration Tour.
Tickets can be purchased at Brown Paper Tickets or at the Door! $8 per person! Thank you for your Interest and Support!!

Design Your Own Beef Rub

Design Your Own Beef Rub

Saturdays Only! Stop at the Wisconsin Beef Council’s Take and Make Table at Fearing Angus to create the PERFECT Rub for your Fearing Angus, Dandelion Ridge, and Valley Springs Farm BEEF! It’s for DINNER!

Chat the Small Cow/Calf Operation with Farmer Steve Fearing

Chat the Small Cow/Calf Operation with Farmer Steve Fearing

Join Farmer Steve Fearing at Fearing Angus to discuss the ins and outs of the Small Cow/Calf Beef Operation.  Available on Both Saturdays from 10 am to 4 pm, and Sunday October 6, from 10am to 4pm, to chat on the farm. Take a look at his calves for sale.  Ground beef, summer sausage and beef sticks made from Fearing Beef are available for sale.

#picturingsaukcounty Trail frame – Corn Steal

Peter Krsko – Paint the Forest

Peter Krsko – Paint the Forest

Peter Krsko, Paint the Forest Event, is a inclusive event for all ages.  No art experience required.

Saturday, October 5th, 1pm to 4pm, and Sunday, October 6th, 11am to 1pm!

About Peter Krsko:
Peter Krsko creates collaborative and community public art, such as sculptures and murals, inspired by biological concepts of diversity, differentiation, participation and co-ownership. His sculptural installations mimic the structure and form of natural entities as well as the dynamics and laws of interactions among members of the ecosystems.