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Vandeberghes win honors at national Angus event

The two are from Cleveland, North Dakota.

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From left, Kelsey Vandeberghe and Alexis Vandeberghe won honors in the Carcass Steer Contest at the National Junior Angus Show.
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Kelsey Vandeberghe and Alexis Vandeberghe, both of Cleveland, North Dakota, won honors at the National Junior Angus Show recently.

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Kelsey Vandeberghe won grand champion bred-and-owned carcass steer, and Alexis Vandeberghe won reserve grand champion bred-and-owned carcass steer at the Carcass Steer Contest at the event, held July 2-9 in Kansas City, Missouri.

The grand champion bred-and-owned steer had a hot-carcass weight of 812 pounds and graded low-Prime with a 3.1 yield grade. The reserve grand champion bred-and-owned steer had a hot-carcass weight of 749 pounds and graded low-Prime with a 2.7 yield grade.

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