Canadian Speckle Park Association (CSPA)

 
 
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 The Canadian Speckle Park Association (CSPA) Sponsors 4-H
To be eligible for these awards, the animals must be Speckle Park or Speckle Park influence. To qualify for any awards, the application must be accompanied by a colour photo of the 4-H member in uniform with the animal for which the application is being made. The application must be submitted before Jul 31 of the current 4-H year.

All those showing Speckle Park shall receive a $50 gift certificate to be used toward the purchase of a Speckle Park. (The Speckle Park purchased must be sired by an identified/recognized Speckle Park bull in order to qualify.)

A hoodie is available for any 4-Her who shows a Speckle Park or Speckle Park influenced animal.

Beef Leaders
Please contact the office of the CSPA for an "application form for awards" should any of your members qualify. The application form can also be downloaded here.

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