Alberta Charolais Assocition

2017 ACA Tour directions
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Start at Stettler Ramada ( 6711 49 Ave, Stettler, AB). Bus to leave at 8:00am to Wilkie Charolais
Travel south on Highway 56 to Highway 589 (25 miles).
Travel East on Highway 589 4.5 miles to first place on north side of highway. Enter in 2 nd approach. Come down hill into yard.
Arrival @ destination #1 – Wilkie Charolais ( 19146 HWY 589)
Casey Wilkie 403-741-5799

Depart Wilkie Charolais at 10:30 am
Travel west 4.5 miles on Highway 589 to Highway 56 North to Stettler (25 miles)
Continue North on Highway 56 from Stettler past highway 601 and Highway 53 to Township Road 431 (Road is immediately north of bridge). Turn right (east)
Travel on Township Road 431 East 9 miles. Farm is on South Side of Road.
– Arrival @ destination #2 – Vikse Family Farms ( 18139 TWP 431)
Tracee Vikse 403-741-9707 or Dave Vikse 780-608-4460

Depart Vikse Family Farm at 1:30pm
Travel west 9 miles on Twp Road 431to Highway 56
Travel South on Highway 56 past Hwy 53 to Highway 601 East
Travel East on Highway 601 to stop sign and turn south on sec 850
Travel South on sec 850 2 miles to Township Road 394 East
Travel East on Township Road 394 6.5 miles. Farm is on the North Side of Road
-Arrival @ Destination # 3 Springside Charolais ( 17440 TWP 394)
Bob Burla 250-517-8521 or Mike Panasiuk 250-832-8209

Depart Springside Charolais at 5:15pm
Travel west on Township Road 394 1.5 miles to Range Road 180 North (Dead End).
Travel north on Range Road 180 1.5 miles (to dead end)
-Arrival at Legacy Charolais (39524 RR180)
Troy Walgenbach 403-740-3126 or Dianna Walgenbach 403-740-0079

Depart Legacy Charolais at 8:30pm
Travel south on Range Road 180 4 miles to Township Road 390.
Travel west on Township Road 390 ½ mile to Range Road 181 South to Highway 12.
Turn west on Highway 12 to Stettler

The Alberta Charolais Association was incorporated in1964 in order to strengthen its members in the areas of cattle promotion, breed improvement and continuous education. The Alberta Charolais Association continues this tradition of assisting its breeder members and associates in realizing all the value that is to be gained by use of Charolais cattle and by their participation in the Association’s activities.

The Alberta Charolais Association is a non-profit breed organization which has worked to serve its members in the areas of cattle promotion, breed improvement and continuous education of its breeder members and associates.

The Alberta Charolais Association (A.C.A.) currently has 230 members, many of whom have been breeding Charolais cattle since 1961 and have seen second and third generations continue the family business and tradition in the Charolais breed. The business of the Alberta Charolais Association is conducted by a volunteer group of directors who are A.C.A. members and Charolais breeders.

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