We are PROUD of our growing Junior program. Our Juniors are a dynamic group of young herdsmen that inspire us every day!
Becoming an EBBA Junior member means you will be part of a positive and progressive group of young HERDSMEN who care about the future of the Brahman breed and leading by example knowing that personal integrity is our most valued asset. Click the link below to fill out the form. Junior membership is free.
My name is Alyssa Busbee. I am from a little town called Marshall, Arkansas. I grew up on a farm outside of Marshall raising Angus. However, I have recently started showing Brahman. I hope though this process I can start my own herd of Red Brahman Cattle. I have been showing in little shows since 2015, and I am currently expanding my future in the showing world.
A short term goal of mine is to become a better showman. A long term goal of mine pursuing a life in raising Brahman show cattle.
I am from Union, MS, and began showing in 2019 when I was 8 years old. I have learned so much from my show family and have made great friends along the way. I look forward to showing cows for many years to come. I am currently focusing on my showmanship skills.
My goal is to build a registered grey Brahman herd with my brothers to raise, show, and sell.
I am from Union, MS, and I have been showing since 2019. I enjoy showing because I learn more about cattle and how to care for them. I also enjoy the relationships I have created while showing as well as meeting new people and creating new lifelong friendships. I plan to better my skills all around now and in the years to come by showing and raising cattle.
My goal is to one day own a small herd of Brahman cattle to raise and sell.
I’m Emeree Etheridge from Jones County 4H in South Mississippi. We have a small herd of Brahman cattle registered and commercial, and I currently have 2 head of Brahman on my show string.
My goal is to create quality show cattle that can turn around and be productive in the fields.
I’ve been showing Brahmans since 2020. My favorite Brahman (Holly Ann) is the first one I halter broke by myself and the first Brahman baby to be born on Hollow Oak Farm. I also like to rodeo when I’m not working with the cows. My favorite event is team roping.
My goal is to become more knowledgeable every day about Brahmans, this way I can continue to produce quality cattle in the future on my family farm.
I’m Zachery, and my family calls me the “cow whisperer” on our farm because I’m pretty good at calming down all the new halter calves being started. I like going to shows to see all my friends and show my heifer “Rockstar”.
My goal is to do really good at the shows and make lots of new friends!
I live on Goodwin Family Farms in Delight, Arkansas. I started showing Brahman cattle in September of 2021. I have a small herd of commercial cattle, and I am about to purchase a cow calf pair to start my herd.
My goals are to raise, show, and sell quality grey Brahman cattle.
My name is Lilly Larson and I'm from Okeechobee, Florida where my family operates a beef and dairy operation. I have been showing Brahman cattle since 2016, and concentrate my breeding program on red Brahman cattle.
My goal is to become a successful livestock producer.
Hello! My name is Bailey Malone. I attend Gentry High School in Gentry, Arkansas. I am an officer for our FFA Chapter, an Intermediate Teen Leader for Benton County 4H, and very engaged with Livestock Judging and Skills. My first Brahman was a little commercial heifer a family friend picked up at the salebarn in 2019. One Red Brahman heifer has turned into a barn full of Red & Grey Brahman. I have a deep love for both the breed and people associated with it.
My Brahman-related goals are to bring some of the best cattle and genetics to Northwest Arkansas. The breed has so much to offer our area and it’s under-realized in our region. I hope to continue to work with various breeders to learn how to better care for and breed these noble creatures. My career aspirations are to become an Embryologist. I hope to attend Oklahoma State University at some point and participate on their Livestock Judging team and eventually serve as a livestock judge for junior shows. I would love for the opportunity to give back to the industry that has already given me so much!
My home is Diamond MC Ranch in Maben, Mississippi. I have only shown since early 2021, but the friendships that I've made along the way sure do make it feel like forever, so thank you to my "Brahman family"!
Some goals that I would like to achieve within my Junior show career are to be a leader in the industry and inspire others to do what we all love so much! I also aspire to raise high quality calves that are efficient not just in the show ring but in the pasture as well. My advice for juniors is to remember where you started and keep pushing!
I have loved animals since I was born. For my 1st birthday, I got my first set of goats. I joined 4-H when I was 7 years old and started showing cows when I was 9. I was determined to do everything myself. I raised my own money to purchase that 1st heifer, trailer, and supplies, and knew right away this is what I wanted to do. I have been showing ever since. Now I have my own small herd of commercial and registered cattle that I breed and pick my future show calves from and then sell the other calves to fund my cattle operation.
My goals within the cattle industry are to raise and show good quality cattle and to educate myself with as much knowledge as I can get about the Brahman breed and share it with others. I hope to have a career in large animals after school.
My farm is White Oak Brahmans, and I love showing and raising cattle.
My goals are to show, breed, and learn more about Brahman cattle.