Allie Bieber crowned 2019 Iowa Angus Princess


Crowned Iowa Angus Princess ... Allie Bieber, daughter of Ed and Amy Bieber of Waukon, was crowned the 2019 Iowa Angus Princess at the Iowa Angus Association Annual Banquet held during the Iowa Beef Expo February 13. Bieber will now spend the next year promoting the Angus beef industry across the state of Iowa and will also represent Iowa at the National Junior Angus Show to be held in Louisville, KY in July of this year. Submitted photo.

Allie Bieber, daughter of Ed and Amy Bieber of Waukon and a sophomore at Waukon High School, was crowned the 2019 Iowa Angus Princess at the Iowa Angus Association Annual Banquet held during the Iowa Beef Expo in Des Moines Wednesday, February 13. As a fifth generation Angus producer, Bieber said she is honored to be able to represent the breed and the industry in this capacity.

The application process through the Iowa Angus Association involved filling out an application form and writing an essay describing her involvement in the Angus industry, both as an individual and within a family capacity, as well as how she would intend to further promote the Angus breed. She was then contacted for a telephone interview and later received another call congratulating her and asking her to attend the Iowa Beef Expo.

At the annual Iowa Beef Expo, Bieber assisted at the Iowa Angus heifer show Wednesday, February 13. She then attended the Iowa Junior Angus meeting that evening and also took part in the Iowa Angus Association Annual Banquet, where she was crowned the 2019 Iowa Angus Princess. Bieber also helped out at the Angus Auction Thursday, February 14 and then returned to the Expo Sunday, February 17 to help with the Iowa Junior Beef Breeds Association Angus Show to hand out awards.

Her year of serving as the Iowa Angus Princess will consist of traveling the state of Iowa this year attending shows and events. She will also have an opportunity to travel to Louisville, KY to represent Iowa at the National Junior Angus Show scheduled to be held in July.
 

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