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are Steve Arndt, Acen Arndt, Augustus Arndt, Aleah Arndt, Beef Fest President Elect Jeanette Baker, and Mike Arndt Kansas Livestock Association
GRASS FUTURITY WINNER: Arndt Farms of Emporia showed a pen of heifers that took the grand award in the grass futurity at Flint Hills Beef Fest. Pictured are Steve Arndt (left), Acen Arndt, Augustus Arndt, Aleah Arndt, Jeanette Baker, Beef Fest president-elect, and Mike Arndt.

G&J Meats, Arndt Farms win big at Flint Hills Beef Fest

Grand awards based on best combined finish in the grass futurity and live stocker show.

Steers owned by G&J Meats Farm & Ranch of LeRoy and heifers owned by Arndt Farms of Emporia were the winners of grand awards at Flint Hills Beef Fest in Emporia. The awards are based on the best combined finish in the grass futurity and live stocker show.

The G&J Meats Farm & Ranch entry also won the steer division of the live stocker show. Second place was a pen of steers owned by Darbyshire Farms of Hartford, with cattle owned by Anderson Ranch of Alma winning third.

Haun Ranch of Fall River had the champion pen of three in the heifer division of the live stocker show. Spring Creek Ranch of Cassoday owned the second place pen of heifers, followed by the grand award-winning entry from Arndt Farms of Emporia in third.

Entries in the Beef Fest grass futurity were on pasture from April 30 through Aug. 16. Cattle were ranked by the greatest adjusted gain on grass.

Anderson Ranch of Alma had the champion pen of three in the steer division of the grass futurity, with the cattle gaining 2.35 pounds per day. The grand award-winning steers from G&J Meats Farm & Ranch won second in the grass futurity, gaining 2.22 pounds per day. A pen of steers from Putnam Farm of Emporia finished third with an average daily gain on grass of 2.07 pounds.

G&J Meats oFarm & Ranch of LeRoy won the steer division of the live stocker show at the Flint Hills Beef Fest as well as the Grand Award  for the live stocker show. Shown here are G Parker Meats, left, and Gary Meats with Beef Fest President Elect JeanettLIVE STOCKER WINNER: G&J Meats Farm & Ranch of LeRoy won the steer division of the live stocker show at the Flint Hills Beef Fest as well as the grand award for the live stocker show. Pictured are G Parker Meats (left), Gary Meats and Jeanette Baker, Beef Fest president-elect.

The heifer grass futurity was won by the grand award-winning pen from Arndt Farms of Emporia with an average daily gain of 2.64 pounds Loomis Ranch of Council Grove owned the second place grass futurity heifers, which gained 2.54 pounds per day. Third place in the heifer division was a pen from Spring Creek Ranch at Cassoday that gained 2.47 pounds per day.

 A total of 111 steers and 102 heifers competed in the Beef Fest grass futurity and live show.

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