Brock May is a true competitor. Many know Brock for his many national champion steers. If you have had the oportunity to show or stall by him at a show, you have seen first hand a different side of him. Brock has always been humble. It is easy when you are winning and on top. What really stands out about Brock is how he is when he doesn't come out on top. Brock is always the first person to congratulate a fellow exhibitor that wins the show. He is always kind and always there to help someone when they need it. That is what makes Brock an easy choice for The Showtimes Hall of Fame.
Brock May has shown numerous national champions, ranging from prospect shows like the Badger Kick-Off Classic, to major accomplishments such as winning the American Royal three times! He was selected Reserve Champion in Denver in 2007, and followed it up with being named Grand Champion just four years later. In 2012 he pulled off a rare feat of winning both Grand and Reserve Steer at the Wisconsin State Fair! Brock's cattle were always well fed, highly presented and were 12 o'clock on show day. Anyone who shows cattle, knows the hard work and dedication it takes to compete at that level. Now that his junior showing career has come to an end, Brock can be found helping his younger sister Lauren with her steers at shows. Congratulations Brock on being our latest Hall of Fame member!
WHERE HE IS NOW (as of 2014)
This past spring Brock finished two years at Lincoln Land Community College in Springfield, IL, where he was a part of the judging team. He is home for the summer working steers with his sister Lauren, doing cow work of his own and helping his dad Bob with his cows as well. He has also continued to do some fitting demonstrations for Weaver. Most recently he has been to Urban, OH; Escanaba, MI; and Indianapolis, IN for the Angus Jr. Nationals. He also judged a county fair in Shelbina, MO! This fall he will be heading to Stillwater, OK for school.