Champion steer - Trinity Martin stands with her award winning Open Steer Champion at the 2018 Bashaw Spring Round Up held at the Bashaw Agricultural Society grounds April 28. The first show of the season also saw Tim Massey awarded the Open Heifer Champion, Devon Scott with Junior Steer Champion, Indy Fowler as PeeWee Heifer Champion, Kade Rancier as PeeWee Steer Champion, Jill McLerie as Junior Purebred Heifer Champion and Jacey Massey with Junior Commercial Heifer Champion. Image: Katie Songer/Top Stock Magazine

PHOTOS: Annual Bashaw Spring Round Up

It’s definitely spring time as the first regional cattle show of the season hits the ground

By Jordie Dwyer

It’s definitely spring time as the first regional cattle show of the season hits the ground

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