2019 Canadian Angus Foundation Building the Legacy Fundraiser Auction - so much to bid on!
We are excited to share three donated items
that will be available at the 2019 Canadian Angus Foundation Building the
Legacy fundraiser auction on June 8 in Drumheller, AB.
Did you know? The Junior Angus Stockman of
the Year award gets its funding from the Building the Legacy fundraiser
auction. It’s all made possible through your generous donations.
Dwajo Really Windy 60C
Pick of 2019 Heifer
Calves – donated by Dwajo Angus, Dwayne and Joanne Emery
Dwajo Angus, Dwayne
and Joanne Emery, are pleased to offer the pick of their 2019 heifer
calves, red or black, tattooed DJE only. Sires of calves include Border
Butte Foundation 15C and Dwajo Really Windy 60C.
Border Butte Foundation 15C
Paternal sister to 2019
Feature Lot –
donated by James Arnott, Coul Angus
We are excited to
announce up for auction this year courtesy of James Arnott (Coul Angus),
three Angus figurines from the Border Fine Arts Pottery Company
Feature Lot –
donated by Howe Family Farm
Red Peak Dot Eliminator 596C
We are so
appreciative to have Howe Family Farm donating three embryos from their
very productive Red Howe Ms Envious 282Y female X Red Peak Dot Eliminator
Red Howe Ms Envious 282Y
Building the Legacy has become the Canadian Angus Foundation’s
main fundraiser focus and has been very successful in generating resources to
further our mission.
The Canadian Angus Foundation functions to
preserve and expand the Angus breed for future generations through education,
youth development, scientific and market research, and historical preservation
and restoration. The Canadian Angus Foundation was incorporated in 1993 and is
the charitable arm of the Canadian Angus Association.
The vision of the Building the Legacy concept is to allow the
Foundation to build monetary resources. The Foundation uses its funds to
provide opportunities for our youth, young breeders and membership to grow in
the areas of leadership, marketing, networking, animal husbandry, genetic
improvement and to learn about developing tools to enhance Angus production.
The vision also includes the importance of preserving Angus history. By
fostering these areas we can ensure our Angus history is not lost and will keep
Angus as the breed of choice for the commercial beef sector and end users for
years to come.
Our vision is being realized and because of generous donors we
can support initiatives, scholarships, travel bursaries and learning
opportunities. Through benevolent giving of donated livestock, semen, embryos,
items and experiences, and the purchasing of the auction offerings, we at the
Foundation have been able to put together a great suite of opportunities for
our Angus membership.
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