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Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The Ohio Beef Expo celebrated its 30th year in grand style setting records and packing the Expo Center facilities full for the three-day event.“It is great to come to an event like this because it creates enthusiasm,” said John Grimes, Ohio State University Extension beef specialist. “It is a little bit like a church revival.”Grimes gave an overview of Ohio’s beef industry in a presentation at the event and sees reason for optimism moving forward.“This decade has been pretty eventful. Grain prices were high early in the decade — I did not like buying $7 and $8 corn to feed cattle. Land values went up and there were challenges that way. That stabilized and then the drought out west reduced the numbers. In 2014 the cow herd was smaller than it had been in over 60 years,” Grimes said. “We responded to economic signals and the nation’s cow herd in the last year grew by a million cows. I don’t think it is out of hand and it looks like it will settle out somewhere in that 32 million give or take and historically that is a number we can work with. We are where the Corn Belt stops and Appalachia begins so we are in a unique spot and we have a lot of grass. We have some opportunity in Ohio.”The three-day tradeshow was nearly standing room only on several occasions with 140 exhibitors from 20 different states. Exhibitor C.J. Brown created a 30th Anniversary commemorative print and proceeds that went toward a youth scholarship fund.Youth participation was strong for the show.“The steer and heifer show and the judging contest promote the interest in youth. I hope the younger generation wants to do this,” Grimes said. “If you look at the surveys the average cattle producer is no spring chicken. They are a little older than the average farmer. There are a lot of younger kids here and it is good to see that.”Every aspect of the show has grown in the last 30 years, said Elizabeth Harsh, executive director of the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association.“It is so rewarding to see how much our event has grown in the last 30 years. We have a great partnership with the Ohio Expo Center and as they have been able to grow their facilities here it has enabled our event to grow. It is really one of the premier cattle events in all of the Midwest and we are really proud of that,” Harsh said. “The unique thing is that it is not just one component. It has a tremendous trade show, lots of youth programs and really fantastic seedstock through our breeding cattle shows and sales.”The junior livestock judging contest had a record setting number of more than 400 participants with the new Friday time this year.“We followed it up with Beef Quality Assurance Training,” Harsh said. “It allowed more vo-ag classes to be able to attend as we are really pleased about that. Our Sunday steer and heifer show was getting so large and this allows us to get things started a little earlier and balance everything out.”In the judging contest the top teams were Wood D in the Junior High competition and Talawanda/Butler Tech in the Senior High Competition. Colleen Minges was the top individual in the Senior Division and Carter Lampe was the top Junior individual.There were more than 400 participants in showmanship, Karli Kennedy was the champion beginner; Hudson Drake, was the junior champion; Shayla Sancic, was the novice champion; Lori Millenbaugh, was the intermediate champion; and Carter Smith was the senior champion.The massive junior show featured some of the toughest competition of the year in the show ring and put on display those showmanship skills for the judges in the two-ring show. Tom Hawk from Illinois judged the heifers and Matt Copeland from New Mexico judged the market animals.There were 800 head of junior show animal entries. Highlights from the show include:• Grand Champion Heifer: Taylor Morbitzer, Franklin County, with the Shorthorn Plus• Reserve Champion Heifer: Meghan Reed, Sandusky County, with the Purebred Simmental• Grand Champion Market Animal: Addison Jones, Allen County, Crossbred• Reserve Champion Market Animal: Carson Shafer, Preble County, Reserve CrossbredSales were action-packed on Saturday. The high seller for the day was Simmental female WCCO Miss Lily from Woodard Cattle Co & West Livestock for $20,000. In total the five breed sales grossed well over $900,000. Here is more from the sales:• Angus Gross $186,750• Hereford Gross $104,850• Maine-Anjou Gross $252,000• Shorthorn Gross $151,560• Simmental Gross $329,200For complete results from the event visit ohiobeefexpo.com. A bagpiper kicked off the shorthorn sale in memorable style with a bagpipe processional towards the show ring. Breed sales were a big part of Saturday activities There was a lively video auction feeder cattle sale. Judging contest numbers were way up thanks to a move to Friday. John Grimes The trade show was popular as usual Director of Agriculture David Daniels welcomed guests to Beef Expo Roy White was named as ‘Friend of the Expo’ for his many years of service. Dave Russell, longtime announcer in the beef barn at the Ohio State Fair, was named ‘Friend of the Expo.’ The Ohio Beef Expo recognized its 30-year exhibitors, including Ohio’s Country Journal. Various breed royalty were recognized at the beginning of the Shorthorn auction. Jacob Keener watches the judge closely with his Simmental steer. Erin Pope from Gallia County circles the ring with her Maintainer heifer. J.C. Patton from Logan County with his Shorthorn Plus Caitlin Schaub from Auglaize County has the champion High% Maine heifer. Justin Miller from Lake County watches the judge with his Maine heifer. Carter McCauley from Guernsey County won this class with his Shorthorn steer. Logan Schroeder from Defiance County maneuvers his Shorthorn steer. Gracie Stirm from Crawford County Kyle Piscione from Medina had the third overall Hereford Heifer.
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Touch Football Australia (TFA) has recently reviewed and updated the TFA Member Protection Policy, in line with Australian Sports Commission standards. It is a requirement by TFA that all State, Regional, and Affiliate entities formally adopt the TFA Member Protection Policy – 2015/16 version of this policy, under the TFA constitution. This policy will take effect from 1 October 2015.TFA has a legal obligation in relation to harassment, discrimination and child protection. Furthermore we also have moral obligations to establish appropriate standards of behaviour and to provide safe and respectful sporting environments. As member entities of TFA we require you also to implement and regularly update policies and procedures that assist sports to comply with the law and improve the sporting environment.For full information please download the communication below. Memo Member Protection Policy Update MembersMember Protection Policy 2015-16Related LinksPolicy Update
Chelsea boss Lampard: Hudson-Odoi, James will face Grimbsyby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveChelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi will make his first-team return in the League Cup on Wednesday against Grimsby Town.This follows his recovery from an Achilles injury.The England international was forced off during the draw against Burnley in April and underwent successful surgery days later. The winger will feature alongside Reece James, who is yet to make a competitive appearance for Chelsea’s senior side following a season on loan at Wigan.Asked about the duo, manager Frank Lampard told Chelsea’s official website: “They’ll be involved on Wednesday night.”We need to look at players that haven’t been playing so much. We will pay Grimsby due to respect but it certainly is minutes for certain players that haven’t been there.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
Twitter/@Fine_and_TandyPretty much every edition of the Kentucky vs. Louisville basketball rivalry is intense, and today’s game certainly didn’t disappoint. The game featured technicals on both coaches, huge dunks and blocks, and a dramatic finish, resulting in a two-point UK win.After the game, multiple Kentucky fans claimed that Louisville head coach Rick Pitino flipped off someone in the crowd while leaving the court. Twitter user Seiver Tandy captured the incident on video. Pitino definitely appears to make a gesture after being taunted, but it is hard to really tell if he gave a fan the finger or not, at least based on this footage.I got Rick flipping off UK fans on video @KySportsRadio pic.twitter.com/VPgUbRGM9H— Seiver Tandy (@Fine_and_Tandy) December 26, 2015Pitino sent assistant Ralph Willard out to answer questions after the game, so we’ll have to wait some time to hear Pitino’s side of things. If he did, in fact, flip of a Kentucky fan, that is a really bad look for the Hall of Fame coach.[KSR]
“The NIN stays with you for life. Upon death, it is deactivated on the database, but it is never ever given to anybody else to use, so you have that one number that you will use for your entire life,” Mrs. Lynch-Stewart explained. Addressing a town hall meeting on the NIDS at the University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona, recently, she advised that persons who are not citizens, “but they live here and they’ve been here for six months or more and they’re doing business, they, too, will be required to apply for a national identification number and card”. Members of the diaspora and non-Jamaicans who wish to do business in the country for six months or more, will be required to register under the new National Identification System (NIDS). Members of the diaspora and non-Jamaicans who wish to do business in the country for six months or more, will be required to register under the new National Identification System (NIDS).According to Chief Technical Director in the Office of the Prime Minister, Jacqueline Lynch-Stewart, this will become effective in 2019 after NIDS is fully rolled out.Addressing a town hall meeting on the NIDS at the University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona, recently, she advised that persons who are not citizens, “but they live here and they’ve been here for six months or more and they’re doing business, they, too, will be required to apply for a national identification number and card”.She pointed out that like Jamaicans, a nine-digit National Identification Number (NIN) will be assigned to these persons.“The NIN stays with you for life. Upon death, it is deactivated on the database, but it is never ever given to anybody else to use, so you have that one number that you will use for your entire life,” Mrs. Lynch-Stewart explained.She reiterated that the system will be trustworthy and of international standards, which Jamaicans living in the diaspora and non-Jamaicans can rely on.“The law also provides for us to use international best practices for security and privacy issues. The law restricts what can be disclosed to people about you and me. Section 43 of the law provides that the National Identification and Registration Authority (NIRA) shall not disclose identity information stored in the database about any individual, except where the information is disclosed pursuant to the request of the individual. What does that mean? Each of us can give permission for the information to be disclosed,” Mrs. Lynch-Stewart said.Following the implementation of NIDS, Jamaican citizens and legal residents will require only one ID to guarantee freedom of access to government and private-sector services. This is to ensure the safety and security of their identities while improving their quality of life through boosting efficiency and reducing costs.The roll-out of NIDS is slated to begin with a pilot project in January 2019 focusing on civil servants. The layered roll-out and management of the NIDS will be handled by the NIRA, which will replace the Registrar General’s Department (RGD). Story Highlights
Collins decided to come to the Energetic City after local paper airplane enthusiast Parker Andrews told him he was going to break his record one day.Collins added that he had been trying to find a place to beat his record for over two years, but couldn’t find a building large enough to attempt it. Andrews then told Collins about the Pomeroy Sport Centre prompting the Paper Airplane Guy to call it the perfect fit.The time of the event will be set closer to the date. In order for Collins and Ayoob to break their record, they will need their plane to fly over 226 feet and 10 inches. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Fort St. John residents will have to wait a little while longer to see a possible Guinness World Record broken at the Pomeroy Sport Centre.John Collins and Joe Ayoob will now attempt to break their world record for longest distance flight of a paper airplane on July 20th rather than the 13th.Collins explained that the company Orbitz is now sponsoring the event and decided that the 20th would be a more suitable date for the flight.
The municipal election will take place on October 20, 2018, with the first advanced voting opportunity happening on October 10. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Eleven candidates are running for the position of trustee with School District 60.The school district is broken up into five different zones with each zone being represented by one trustee except for zone five which is represented by three. Five candidates are looking to fill the three seats in zone five and they include incumbents Erin Evans, Bill Snow and Darrell Pasichnyk along with Helen Gilbert, Jeff Richert.In zone one, Madeleine Lehmann will run against Melanie Edwards and David Christie will look to get more votes than David Scott-Moncrieff in zone two. In zone three and four candidates, Nicole Gilliss and incumbent Ida Campbell will be voted in by acclamation.
Kolkata: The Kolkata Municipal Corporation is gearing up to supply round the clock drinking water to the slums in the city. The slum dwellers in the city presently get water twice in a day —for around three hours in the morning and for two hours in the late afternoon.”We have already held three meetings and are chalking out a detailed plan on how to go about in developing the infrastructure in the slums so that the residents get round the clock water supply. Mayor Firhad Hakim has instructed us to take all possible measures in this regard,” said Swapan Samaddar, Member, Mayor-in-Council (Bustee Development ) Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaThe slum dwellers sometimes suffer from scarcity of water particularly during the summer months when the demand increases manifold. Some slum areas are so narrow that vehicles with water tanks are unable to reach. As per initial plans , the KMC Water Supply department will set up a reservoir in the slums wherever there will be availability of space. The water stored will be drawn through a pump and then through a dedicated pipeline it will be supplied to the slum. “We have to carry out awareness among the dwellers to prevent wastage of water,” an official in the Bustee Development department said. Also Read – Bengal civic volunteer dies in road mishap on national highwayThere are around 4,500 slums both authorised and unauthorised under KMC’s jurisdictional area. “We are presently producing water in excess to the demand of the Kolkatans. There are supply problem in certain pockets in the added areas of the city like Tollygunj, Bansdroni, Garia and work for supply pipeline is going on in full swing. Work is expected to be over by March 2020,” an official in the Water Supply department said. The construction of a small booster pumping station at Bangur Park in ward 93 and Babubagan in ward 92 has already started. A reservoir with additional capacity of 2 million gallon is being constructed inside the campus of Anandapur booster pumping station to improve water supply in the adjacent areas.