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|CANADIAN JUNIOR GELBVIEH ASSOC
The Canadian Gelbvieh Association invites Gelbvieh enthusiasts under the age of 21 to become Junior Members, part of the CGA, a non-profit corporation that encourages, develops, promotes, and regulates the breeding and import and export of Gelbvieh cattle in Canada. We recognize the contribution Junior members make to the growth of the Gelbvieh industry and the future of the breed in Canada.
We are pleased to offer two programs: the High Point Junior Program and the Scholarship Program, as well as providing support for the Canadian National Gelbvieh Junior Show.
JUNIOR NATIONAL SHOW
You must be a member of the Canadian Junior Gelbvieh Association to participate.
JUNIOR GELBVIEH SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
All eligible juniors are encouraged to apply for the annual $500 Scholarship. Please complete the Scholarship Application Form and include a one page essay describing your involvement in the Gelbvieh breed.
The deadline to apply is July 15th of the current calendar year.
HIGH POINT JUNIOR PROGRAM
Canadian Gelbvieh Association offers a High Point Junior Award. The submission deadline is October 15th of each year. Please submit your point forms etc. to the CGA office before this date.
Two $500 Gift Certificates are awarded annually. One for Open Junior, and one for 4-H members. These gift certificates go towards the purchase of a Gelbvieh animal and are presented at the CGA's Annual General Meeting in November.
Winners will be notified on or before November 1st so they will have the opportunity to purchase a Gelbvieh animal at one of the approved Gelbvieh sales:
Please check back for the 2017 National Junior Show information.
National Show Rules
If beef is your business, your breed should be Gelbvieh!
|The Canadian Gelbvieh Association (CGA) is a non-profit, member regulated organization, dedicated to the promotion and improvement of Gelbvieh cattle.
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