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Area youth compete in general livestock judging contest

| October 6, 2015

COSHOCTON – On Saturday, Oct. 3 Coshocton County 4-H and FFA youth participated in the 2015 general livestock judging contest at the Coshocton County Fair. Youth were evaluated on how they judged six categories of livestock including breeding and market classes of sheep, swine and beef.

Earning top team and individual rankings were:

First place senior team: Emma Anderson, Cale Bible, Hayden McCoy, Logan Smith

Second place senior team: Andrea Barnett, Andrew Haines, Jonathon Helmick, Liz Porteus

Third place senior team: Noah Anderson, Wesley Anderson, Eden Ehman, Michaela White

Fourth place senior team: Emily Bookless, Kaitlyn Finton, Waverly Reidenbach

First place junior team: Memphis Cutshall, Evan Duncan, Gage Haines, Montana Seitz

Second place junior team: Luke Massie, Britton McCoy, Kaitlin Richard, Cal Shrimplin

Third place junior team: Kamryn McGinnis, Alivia Mourer, Jayden Rice, Drew Tumblin

Fourth place junior team: Devin Barnett, Adien Berger, Cole Tatro, Caleb Wright

The top five senior individual scorers were: Liz Porteus, Eden Ehman, Hayden McCoy, Andrew Haines, and Emily Bookless

The top five junior individual scorers were: Alivia Mourer, Logan Smith, Luke Massie, Emma Anderson, and Cale Bible

The following businesses and individuals contributed to contest awards: Agri-King Livestock Nutrition – Jesse Whinnery, Tim and Beth Anderson, Coshocton County Farm Bureau, Scott and Sheila Graves, Dave and Lin Hamric, Millcreek Valley 4-H Club, Locke Farms, Peggy Sue’s Steak and Ribs, Red Brick Farm- Gail and Lee Jane Williamson, Seitz Cattle Company, Tumblin Fence Company, Warsaw Dari-Land, and West Lafayette Coin Laundry.


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