Gain insights from industry experts on how to manage your show project from start to finish
Register & Attend July 13-14, 2021
Join us this year at the Cache County Fairgrounds for our annual Livestock Show Clinic. Expert clinicians from the Weaver ProStaff team will provide tips and essentials to prepare you for show season. Pick up key details on grooming and prepping, including daily hair care, washing and drying, clipping, show day grooming and fitting, sportsmanship, products and training. Along with our clinicians, the IFA Feed & Nutrition team will also be providing a seminar on high-quality show feed. See how feed ingredients and formulations help impact your animal’s health and performance.
The IFA Livestock Show Clinic is great for the beginner, as well as those with previous show experience. Whether you’re raising a steer, sheep or goat for your next show, there’s valuable advice for everyone. Register at your local IFA Country Store for only $20 per student and gain the tips you need to bring it all together for a successful show season this year.
Clinicians & Speakers
|Mike Harbour (Sheep & Goat Clinician from the Weaver ProStaff Team): Mike Harbour has been an accomplished show lamb and show goat producer for over 30 years. Mike received a college degree in Animal Science and competed on the Collegiate Livestock Judging Team. Following completion of his master’s degree, he spent 7-1/2 years with the Texas Agriculture Extension Service as a County Extension Agent. While there, his primary educational responsibilities included production agriculture and junior livestock projects.|
|Jason Elmore (Steer Clinician from the Weaver ProStaff Team): Jason Elmore is the owner and operator of Elmore Cattle Services. The focus at ECS is raising, showing and selling Simmental and percentage Simmental along with a few other breeds. Jason has judged numerous local, state and national shows. This industry means a lot to Jason and his family. He grew up with parents that invested in him and cattle, and he feels grateful that he has the opportunity to invest in the next generation.|
|Heidi Wayment M.S. (IFA Feed & Nutrition): Heidi was born in Perry, Utah. She graduated from Southern Utah University with a Bachelors’ degree in Animal Science and a minor in Farm and Ranch Management, and from Utah State University with a Masters’ degree in ruminant nutrition. Heidi has been employed with IFA for 15 years. Her current focus is lead formulator for IFA bagged feeds at the Draper feed mill. Heidi and her four children are active in 4-H and FFA showing market steers and bucket calves.|
|Dennis Christensen M.S., P.A.S. (IFA Feed & Nutrition): Dennis was raised in northern Utah on a grain and livestock farm and graduated from Utah State University with a bachelor’s degree in Animal and Dairy Science. He began his career with IFA in 1999. His current focus is on the growing success of IFA branded feeds and IFA Platinum Show Feeds. Dennis knows the importance of nutrition and health of animals for them to reach their genetic potential.|
“It’s not about spending the most money on your animal or the fanciest barn. The key to this industry is tying yourself to people you can learn from. You need to live it, breathe it, and work for it every day. Iron sharpens iron.” – Mike Harbour
LIVESTOCK SHOW CLINIC DETAILS
July 13-14, 2021
Check-in – 11:30am-12:30pm
Clinic – 1:00pm-6:00pm
Check-in – 7:30am-8:00am
Clinic – 8:00am-5:30pm
Register at your local IFA Country Store by July 3, 2021
$20 per student – includes clinic & lunch
Cache County Fairgrounds, Logan Utah
Free gift to first 300 to register
Register by July 3rd and receive 1 drawing ticket for a Circuit Mini Livestock Blower and other great prizes!