We are excited to share donated items that will be available at the 2019 Canadian Angus Foundation Building the Legacy fundraiser auction on June 8 in Drumheller, AB.
Foundation Legacy Scholarship Awards are presented to CJA members, recognizing academic achievement, leadership, community involvement and industry knowledge. Funding possible through the Building the Legacy fundraiser auction.
The Canadian Angus Foundation’s Building the Legacy 8 catalogue is now available online:
Check out the catalogue and start planning your bids today!
Building the Legacy Sale has become 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.
If you would like more information please contact:
Canadian Angus Foundation Executive Director
Feature Lot – 1 Package of 2 Embryos - RSKY 6540 MS Instinct 0065 x Colburn Primo, Donated by TSN Angus - Shawn & Teresa Birmingham
We have three full sisters to these embryos that we have bred this spring and each of them is exceptional. They are stout, easy fleshing females with a great foot structure and I think they will have exceptional udders.
Feature Lot – 2 Packages of 5 Semen Straws - BC Robust 0807, Donated by Chapman Cattle Company - Silas Chapman
High selling bull from 2017 Conley Angus Bull Sale. Lead off bull in the Champion Yearling Pen of 3 bulls at the 2017 NWSS. Reserve Senior Bull Calf Champion at the 2016 American Royal POV Angus Show. BW 78, Adj. 205 950, WR 111, YR 109, YSC 39, YFS 6.0. Dam and granddam were champion bred and owned and champion owned mature cow calf at the 2016 NJAS respectively.
Robust sires loads of eye appeal and is backed by a proven productive cow family.
Feature Lot – 2 Packages of 5 Straws Semen - Red MRLA Upload 165E, Donated by Six Mile Ranch Ltd. - The Gibson Family and Ter-Ron Farms - The Adams Family
This is the first release of semen on this exciting outcross sire. Upload 165E is the SAV Resource grandson chosen by Ter- Ron Farms and Six Mile Ranch. His first calves came easy and are showing exceptional growth.
Feature Lot - Framed Angela Davidson Red Angus Print: “The Red Angus”, Donated by the Canadian Angus Association and Canadian Angus Foundation
During Convention 2015 in Calgary, CAA President Corinne Gibson unveiled our Angela Davidson Red Angus print and it continues to take the breath away of everyone who sees it.
The power and detail of the bull is outstanding! Canadian Angus was able to secure the rights to market these prints in Canada and it is only in Building the Legacy that you can get your hands on one of these beautiful pieces of art.
Feature Lot - Beswick Ceramic Bull, Donated by James Arnott
Up for auction is a John Beswick pottery bull. John Beswick Ltd, formerly J.W. Beswick, was a pottery manufacturer founded in 1892 by James Wright Beswick in Longton, England. In 1969 the business was sold, and the brand John Beswick was sold in 2004. This is your opportunity to own a piece of history. All-black with a glossy finish, the Beswick Aberdeen Angus Bull is a fine example of the Angus breed.