The Weyburn Agricultural Society's Interclub 4-H Beef Show and Sale wrapped up Wednesday with the Interclub Female Show and the Interclub Livestock Sale. The event capped off five days of events for the 4-H Clubs from the Weyburn area. 
In the Female Show, the champion Cloverbud heifer was shown by Gideon Gustafson from the Cymri Beef 4-H Club, and the reserve champion also came from the Cymri Beef 4-H Club, exhibited by Farrah Gustafson. The Champion Breeding Heifer was exhibited by the Arcola-Kisbey Beef 4-H Club's Emma Lees, and the reserve champion breeding heifer was shown by Kyla Lees, also from the Arcola-Kisbey Beef 4-H Club.

For the cow-calf pair champions, the Two-Year-Old Cow-Calf pair was shown by Kate Webb. She hails from the Pangman-Ogema Beef 4-H Club. The reserve champion was shown by Charlotte Kosior with the Weyburn Beef 4-H Club. The Champion Three-Year-Old Cow-Calf pair was exhibited by Andrew Charlton with the Arcola-Kisbey Beef 4-H Club, and the reserve champion was shown by Kyler Osborn with the Brokenshell Beef 4-H Club.

The overall Grand Champion Female was shown by Emma Lees, while the reserve overall champion was exhibited by Kate Webb. The winner of the Breeder's Herd Award was shown by the Weyburn Beef 4-H Clu's Ryder Fellner.

The livestock sale held Wednesday afternoon showcased 118 fed calves and eight market lambs. The grand champion fed calf, shown by Kyla Lees, fetched $7.50 a pound in the sale and was purchased by Weyburn Dodge. The reserve champion fed calf was shown by Dawson Fladeland from the Radville Beef 4-H Club, and went for $5 a pound to Weyburn Credit Union. The champion home-grown fed calf, shown by Pangman-Ogema's Kate Webb, was purchased by Greyco Angus Ranch for $4.25 a pound.

The champion market lamb was purchased by Remax Weyburn and was shown by Harper Wilgenbusch from the Weyburn Sheep 4-H Club. The reserve champion market lamb was shown by Amy Fradette from the Pangman-Ogema Sheep 4-H Club and was purchased by Mark and Laura Homiyr.