V8 Ranch Recognizes Outstanding Junior Breeder

July 5, 2021

V8 Ranch has awarded the Outstanding Junior Breeder award at the American Junior Brahman Breeders (AJBA) All American and has done so since 2004. This year’s recipient is Arkansas’ Baylie Clay. She is an active junior member and exhibitor in her state, as well as on the national level.

This award is based on the applicant’s past and future involvement with Brahmans and their success in breeding and raising quality Brahman cattle. Ambition, passion, and dedication are all considered in the selection process and the awarding of this prestigious honor. The Williams family of V8 designed this award to spotlight the up and coming breeders of Brahman cattle and recognize them for their commitment to the purebred industry.

Congratulations Baylie on this honor and you join a prestigious group who have been named honorees in the past.

Oustanding Junior Breeder Award for Brahman Juniors

Past winners of the V8 Ranch Oustanding Junior Breeder Award Include:

  • 2004 – Clay Espey, Louisiana
  • 2005 – Derrick Smith, Texas
  • 2006 – Clint Galiano, Louisiana
  • 2007 – Natalie Hughes, Texas
  • 2008 – Kyle Towles, Mississippi
  • 2009 – Janie Tipp, Texas
  • 2010 – Matthew Pounds, Alabama
  • 2011 – Kylie Sharp, Louisiana
  • 2012 – Haley Herzog, Texas
  • 2013 – Kaleb Bendy, Texas
  • 2014 – Morgan Sharp, Louisiana
  • 2015 – McKenna Schulte, Texas
  • 2016 – Alyson Fontenot, Louisiana
  • 2017 – Wesley Janik, Texas
  • 2018 – Payton Herzog, Texas
  • 2019 – Wesley Janik, Texas
  • 2020 – Savannah Allen, Texas
2021 AJBA Oustanding Junior Breeder

Baylie Clay

Pictured are Clyte Best, V8 Ranch Show Cattle Manager, Baylie Clay (recipient), Catherine Neumayr, Knox Neumayr, and Luke Neumayr

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