Yellowhead 4-H Club advertises beef and lamb for sale at winter fair

Have you ever tried 4-H meat? It is goooood! We are members of the Yellowhead 4-H club

 

Have you ever tried 4-H meat? It is goooood! We are members of the Yellowhead 4-H club in Barriere and this weekend Barriere has the honour of hosting the 75th Provincial Winter Fair at Barriere’s Agriplex. Our Yellowhead 4-H members will be selling lambs,  heifers, and steers, as well as framed photographs at a live auction, 10 a.m. Monday, Sept. 30.

When you buy a beef or a lamb from a 4-H member, you are buying the finest quality meat possible and you are supporting a program that benefits the youth in our community. Our animals have been grain fed and raised with care and respect. All meat is cut at the Rainer Custom Cutting farm and all you need to do is go on their website to tell them how you would like your meat packaged.

The provincial winter fair features a buyer’s breakfast sponsored by the Royal Bank, which starts at 7:30 Monday morning. If you are unable to come to the auction but would like to support the Provincial Winter Fair and our club, please contact us and we can organize the purchase for you.  If you are interested in sharing the purchase of a beef or a lamb with another family or two, we can also help arrange that!

If you are interested in buying lamb or beef, or would like further information, please contact Cam at 250-672-5755 or Tyson at 250-672-9675.

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