Junior Board of Directors
Saskatchewan Juniors, who are 21 years of age and younger, participate in provincial and national events throughout the year that allow for opportunities to network, learn and grow. These events include an annual provincial Junior Show, that is planned by the Saskatchewan Junior board, Showdown, the national Junior show and the Guiding Outstanding Angus Leaders (GOAL) Conference, which encourages Juniors to become involved in and excited about the industry and the breed with interactive activities and motivational speakers.
Hello, my name is Jessica Davey. I am 18 years old and I am currently finishing my grade 12 year at Delisle Composite School. In the fall I will be starting my first year of animal science at the University of Saskatchewan. I am eager to pursue a post-secondary education in agriculture, and I am looking forward to furthering my knowledge, diversifying my skills, gaining new experiences, and meeting new people!
Our family operation is Rivendale Cattle Company and we are located 50 km south west of Saskatoon. Our herd now consists of 60 purebred Black Angus females as well as commercial Angus, purebred Shorthorn and Shorthorn Plus females. I am passionate about the livestock industry, and dream of owning and operating a split purebred and commercial herd of Black Angus females. I look forward to the future in the Angus industry!
I have been a member of the Saskatchewan Junior Angus Association for five years. I have been on the board for three years and this is my second year being president on the board. I have been a 4-H member for 10 years, and I am currently in the Saskatoon 4-H Beef Club. I have participated in many junior shows and events in Saskatchewan and Canada. I am thankful to be a part of the Angus community and the opportunities that it has provided to me.
Hello everyone, my name is Reegan Frey and I am from Oxbow, Saskatchewan. My family owns and operates approximately 200 purebred Angus and 100 Angus influenced cattle at Freyburn Angus Farms north of Oxbow. I have taken part in showing cattle since I was six years old in the Alameda 4-H Beef Club and this will be my 12th year in the club. Since I have been old enough, I have been devoted to showing livestock at Canadian Western Agribition and I take great pride in my animals. I have enjoyed attending summer shows and GOAL conferences in the past five years and I would strongly recommend to all juniors to attend as many functions as you can.
I am 17 years old and will be graduating from Oxbow Prairie Horizons School this June. In the fall of 2021, I plan on pursuing Agribusiness at Assiniboine Community College in Brandon, Manitoba. I am excited to further my knowledge in the agriculture industry and to have the opportunity to share that knowledge with my fellow juniors. I believe gaining this knowledge will be advantageous for my role in the Angus industry because I will gain a deeper understanding of the business associated with agriculture.
This will be my fourth year on the SJAA board. I spent my first two as a director at large and this will be my second year as vice president. The Angus industry has a lot to offer and I am thrilled to be a part of it. I am looking forward to meeting new members and to work with all the juniors in this incredible industry!
Hi, my name is Brandy Fettes, and I am currently attending Olds College online to obtain a Business Management Certificate. Once I receive my Certificate, I will be attending the Western College of Remedial Massage Therapies Inc. My family and I own and operate DKF Angus, 5 km south of Gladmar, SK, where we sell our bulls and females private treaty. Along with raising and showing cattle, I also enjoy rodeoing.
I have been a Junior Angus Member for 16 years and this is my second year on the Saskatchewan Junior Angus Association board serving as Secretary. I am very excited to be part of the Board once again!
My name is Hillary Sauder, and I am from Hodgeville in south-west Saskatchewan. My family owns and operates Windy Willows Farms. We currently have 100 Purebred Black Angus females.
I am enrolled in my final semester of Animal Science Technology at Lakeland College in Vermilion, AB, majoring in the Beef Unit. I will be returning to Lakeland College in September to obtain my diploma in Ag Business, thus receiving two diplomas in three years. At Lakeland College, I am involved in multiple clubs and extracurricular activities such as the Judging Team, the Stockmen’s Club and the Lakeland College Rustlers Women’s Curling Team. I am currently the vice president of the Judging team and I will become president in September. I have played third on the College Women’s curling team for the past two years and I hope to continue with the team next year.
This is my 15th year as a member of the Ernfold 4-H Beef Club. I have served as president, secretary, vice president and district 9 representative. I am currently one of the Saskatchewan Directors on the Canadian Junior Angus as well as the Junior representative to the Saskatchewan Angus Association. I have been involved in the cattle industry for many years, raising cattle of my own, showing cattle and attending Angus events. I love being able to help and educate juniors within the industry.
Hi, my name is Baxter Blair and I am excited to be a Director at Large, once again, for the Saskatchewan Junior Angus Association. My family’s involvement and commitment to the Canadian agriculture industry runs generations deep and I am honoured to be able to make a contribution to the industry within this Association.
I started my Red Angus herd in 2012 when I purchased my first ever female, Red Blairs Pricilla 44Z. Fast track to today, I own and operate Double B Angus where I raise, campaign and sell Red Angus genetics across Canada, the USA, Mexico, Argentina, and Australia. Along with my parents and older sister, we also run a commercial Angus cow-calf operation in McLean, SK and are heavily involved with Blair’s Fertilizer and Texcana Logistics Ltd., divisions of the Blair’s Family of Companies.
I am currently enrolled in my freshman year at Hutchinson Community College in Hutchinson, Kansas where I am attaining my Associates Degree in Animal Science to eventually earn my Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine and specialize in theriogenology. At HCC, I am also competing as a member of the collegiate livestock judging team.
Throughout the year, I participate in a variety of junior, open, and national competitions and shows across Canada and the United States and I owe a majority of my success to the groundwork that the SJAA has done for both myself and the juniors around me. The Angus breed has given me unparalleled amounts of knowledge, experience and relationships that never would have been possible in any other industry and I cannot wait to see what the next year has in store!
Hello, my name is Chase Bruynooghe. I am from Outlook, Saskatchewan where my family and I run commercial and purebred Red Angus cattle.
I am 17 years old and currently in grade 12 at Outlook High School. I started my own purebred Red Angus herd when I bought a heifer in 2015 from Wilbar Cattle Co. My herd has grown a lot since then and I enjoy showcasing my genetics at different shows. This is my first year being a Director at Large for the SJAA and I am excited to help out and meet new people throughout the Angus industry.
Hello members, my name is Morgan Davey. I am 19 years old and currently in my second year of Animal Science at the University of Saskatchewan. I am living in Saskatoon for school, which fortunately is close enough to the home farm, so I can remain an active member of our operation. I will be returning to Moose Jaw this summer, to work for the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture, as I did this past summer.
The Angus breed and livestock production is my passion. I am much looking forward to when we can all come together again in-person!
St. Brieux, SK
Hello members, my name is Hayden Elliot. I’m 18 years old and have been accepted into Sask Polytechnic in Saskatoon to attend the heavy duty mechanic program in the fall. My family and I run K5 Holdings with a 25 head mix of Angus and commercial cattle.
I am a Director at Large for the SJAA for the second year. I enjoy the experiences the Angus Association has given me like our provincial Gold Show and nationally, Showdown and GOAL.
Hello, my name is Rayel Kaczmar. I am 19 years old and live in Grenfell, Saskatchewan on my family farm, Longview Cattle Co. My mom and I run about 100 purebred Black Angus and recently started adding some purebred Simmental to our herd.
The past four years I have attended CJA GOAL conference in Edmonton, Winnipeg, Moose Jaw and Calgary. I am very thankful for all the opportunities I have been given from the SJAA and CJA and all they do for us Juniors.
I look forward to my fourth year as a director on the SJAA board.
Hi, my name is Carson Liebreich. I am from Radville, Saskatchewan where my family owns and operates Merit Cattle Company. We run a purebred black Angus operation of 200 cows. I am currently attending my first year of post-secondary taking the agriculture technician program in Olds, Alberta.
I got my start in the Angus industry when my parents gave me a calendar year heifer calf the year I was born. She produced up to the age of 12. Since I was little I have been showing cattle. I enjoy showing cattle and try and go to as many shows as possible including the Junior Angus Showdown and the fall show run. I have also been very fortunate to attend recent GOAL conferences and look forward to attending more in the future when we can gather in person again.
Growing up in the cattle industry has been a great influence in my life and being able to attend all the shows and other events has helped me to grow as a individual and I look forward to what is coming in the future.
Hello, my name is Eric Smith. I am 14 years old and live near Mankota, Saskatchewan on our family farm, Breed Creek Ranch. We run 950 commercial Red, Black and baldy cows. I enjoy helping out my family, showing cows and playing hockey.
This will be my first year on the Saskatchewan Junior Angus board. I started showing cattle at the young age of six. This will be my eighth year being a part of the Mankota 4-H Beef Club. I have also participated in many cattle shows across Saskatchewan, Alberta and Manitoba, including the annual CJA Showdown in Virden, Olds and Lloydminster.
I represent the fifth generation of ranchers at Breed Creek Ranch. In the future I would like to continue the tradition on my family’s farm and raise purebred Black and Red Angus cattle. This industry has been a great influence in my life, and I look forward to another great year and what is to come in the future.
Hello everyone, my name is Callie Steen. I am 16 years old and I am new to the Saskatchewan Junior Angus board. I live near Dundurn, Saskatchewan. My family and I have a small herd of purebred Red Angus cattle.
I have been fortunate enough to attend many Junior Angus events and I am excited to further my involvement with the Junior Angus program. I am a competitive waterskier, I also figure skate and compete in cross country running and track and field. I am a member of the Hanley 4-H Beef Club and currently serve as the vice president. I am looking forward to becoming more involved with the Junior Angus Association.
Hello everyone, my name is Allyson Tetzlaff. I’m 17 years old and currently in grade 12 at Viscount Central School. My family operates a grain farm and owns a Red and Black Angus herd called Triple L Angus.
I enjoy playing school sports, broomball, and 4-H. I have been in the Viscount 4-H Beef Club for the past 11 years and have always enjoyed working with the cattle.
I’m really excited to be a director on the Saskatchewan Junior Angus board and I look forward to experiencing all it has to offer.
Hello, my is Connor Tetzlaff. I am 19 years old and I am attending the University of Saskatchewan, taking an Agronomy course.
My family owns 150 head of purebred Black and Red Angus at Viscount, SK and our farm is Triple L Angus. Outside of the farm, most of my time is spent working on my classes as well as being part of the Husky Track and Field Team as a high jumper.
This is my third year as a director at large and I am excited to be involved in the Association again.
Hi everyone! My name is Kylie Willms and I am super excited to be starting my first year on the Saskatchewan Angus Board. I am 15 years old and in grade 10 at Hanley Composite School. This is my seventh year in the Hanley 4-H Beef Club. On a normal year I would be playing volleyball, basketball and curling. Unfortunately, this year I was only able to curl but it has been a blast.
My family and I are the owners and operators of Wilbar Cattle Co. We run 225 purebred Black and Red Angus cows, along with 40 commercial Angus cows. Throughout the summer my brother and I show heifers across Western Canada. In the fall we exhibit cattle in Brandon, Lloydminster and Regina.