John & Tammy Dolliver
The Lloydminster Agricultural Exhibition Association and Stockade Round-Up Committee would like to welcome John and Tammy Dolliver as judges for this year’s show.
They will be judging our shows on Wednesday, November 1st as well as the Black Angus Gold Show held on Friday, November 3rd. We are excited to be hosting them during this year’s event.
John and Tammy Dolliver own and operate JT livestock of Stettler, Alberta. They are third-generation farmers raising purebred seedstock of several different breeds over the years, focusing on Angus and Simmental with the odd Shorthorn. They have been successfully showing cattle from coast to coast. John has had the honor of judging lots of shows across Canada as well.
They, along with a few fellow breeders, have an annual bull sale in the spring called the Associates Bull Sale. Each fall they offer a select group of females for sale, either privately or through consignment sales. The Dolliver‘s look forward to working with the next generation of farmers and supporting junior shows, as they welcomed their first granddaughter to the farm this year.
Kyle & Jocelyn O'Neill
The Lloydminster Agricultural Exhibition Association and Stockade Round-Up Committee would like to welcome Kyle & Jocelyn O'Neill as judges for this year’s show.
Kyle, Jocelyn and their daughter, Quinn, live outside of Innisfail and farm with Jocelyn’s family, under the name Daines Cattle & O’Neill Livestock.
They raise purebred Charolais, Simmental and Angus, as well as percentage cattle. Kyle and Jocelyn primarily own Charolais cows, but believe a good one is a good one and appreciate cattle from all different breeds.
They enjoy showing cattle at the fall shows and have gone to Denver several times to exhibit cattle. Both Kyle and Jocelyn were raised showing cattle. Kyle grew up in Ontario on a purebred Simmental operation. Jocelyn was raised just south of where they live now and grew up showing Maines, Angus and show steers.
They market cattle throughout Canada and the US. They consign females to select female sales, primarily in December. They also have a bull sale, the first Thursday in April at the Innisfail Auction Market.
In addition to working on the farm, Kyle sells feed for Trouw Nutrition and Jocelyn is a grade 3 teacher in Innisfail.
Kyle & Jocelyn will be judging Thursday November 2nd as well as the Red Angus Gold Show on Friday November 3rd.