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Congratulations to all of our Sure Champ® customers on their recent show success! Submit your champions by visiting the champions page or filling out the form at the bottom of the page.

 

Grand Champion Shorthorn Female2017 NWSS National Shorthorn ShowShown By: Tyler Cates
Grand Champion Shorthorn Female
2017 NWSS National Shorthorn Show
Shown By: Tyler Cates

“We used Sure Champ® Climate Control paste for the first time at the 2017 National Western Stock Show and had great results. We used it on our two big heifers because we knew it was going to be warmer than what they were accustomed to at home. We had already used the Vita Charge® paste regularly before and at a show. Nonetheless, when we combined the two the cattle seemed to stay comfortable in the stuffy barn and filled up perfectly on show day. One heifer won her division and the other was the Grand Champion Female for David Smith. I also used it on a bull calf I had that always stayed pretty empty at shows. He filled up the best he ever had at Denver and ended up being Reserve Grand Bull. I will use this product again and again. I am anxious to see how it works in the summer shows especially.” We used it on our two big heifers because we knew it was going to be warmer than what they were accustomed to at home. We had already used the Vita Charge® paste regularly before and at a show. Nonetheless, when we combined the two the cattle seemed to stay comfortable in the stuffy barn and filled up perfectly on show day. One heifer won her division and the other was the Grand Champion Female for David Smith. I also used it on a bull calf I had that always stayed pretty empty at shows. He filled up the best he ever had at Denver and ended up being Reserve Grand Bull. I will use this product again and again. I am anxious to see how it works in the summer shows especially.”

 

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