Organizers for Canadian Western Agribition are extremely pleased with this year’s show.
While the official numbers aren’t in yet, CEO Chris Lane says it was another great event that saw a lot of business taking place in the show, sales rings, and barns.
“We're really happy with the show this year, it's been a good week. We had people right out of the gate, you know, eager to do business which is always a great sign. Cattle in the ring have looked excellent, sales are doing well. I mean, you know, we're just so happy and proud of all the people that come to spend their time with us.”
President Chris Lees says there was some strong numbers in the sales rings which were highlighted with an Angus heifer selling for over $90 thousand dollars.
The 2020 Edition of Canadian Western Agribition - the 50th Show - runs November 30th to December 5th next year.
Kim Hextall is the Committee Chair for the 50th show.
“On our 50th show we are going to have all 12 breeds, will have their national shows here at Agribition and that's never happened anywhere before. I think the breeds are all excited about that as well. I think it'll be interesting to see how many entries we get, I’m sure the barns will be very full.”Click here to see more...