Pleasant Valley Farms
2395 Hwy 64 east Shelbyville Tn 37160
Dear TN Angus Association Members,
I hope this finds you well and enjoying the spring and the grass it is bringing us.
We wanted to remind everyone that the Atlantic National will be held in Lebanon, TN at the James E. Ward Agricultural Center May 29 (junior show) and 30 (open ROV show). We hope everyone will come out and help support the show.
The following weekend June 5 (junior show) and 6 (open show) is the TN Angus Preview Show. Attached please find an entry form. Entries are due May 25. We will have our awards banquet that is normally held at Agribition at 6:00 on June 5. We will provide more details prior to the show.
We are in need of sponsors for this year's show. The funds raised will help provide prizes for our juniors. We would like to purchase embroidered director's chairs for the champions and if possible smaller items for the division winners. Your support will help make this possible. If you would like to help sponsor this year's show, please send a check along with the attached sponsorship form by May 15. We appreciate everyone's consideration.
We hope to see everyone at Atlantic Nationals and the Preview Show. Please reach out with any questions and let us know if there is anything we can do for you.
All the best,
Jamie Smith Nicholson
TN Angus Association
The Tennessee Angus Association is dedicated to promoting Angus cattle and recruiting new breeders across the state.
The primary purpose of the Tennessee Angus Association is to promote Angus cattle and Angus breeders in the state and across the country.
We provide an annual membership directory that lists all members with contact information. This is mailed to members as well as Agricultural Extension Agents. This serves as an excellent source for any cattleman looking for an Angus bull.
The Association also hosts or co-hosts a number of events throughout the year. In March, the Association puts on a sale in conjunction with the Annual Tennessee Beef Agribition. This is a great opportunity to promote your genetics and sale cattle to Angus, commercial or other purebred breeders. An annual banquet is held the night before the sale to allow members a chance to socialize and to recognize members, in particular junior members, who have made a contribution to the breed.
In June, the Association puts on the Tennessee Angus Preview show.
Later in the summer, the Association joins with a breeder to host a field day. These events are all a great opportunity to check in with other members and discuss ways to promote our breed.