Jacktown Fair judging results

  • July 19, 2013
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C.R. Nelson / For the Observer-Reporter
Howard “Buster” Dulaney and his wife, Carol, enjoy some quiet time at the Jacktown Fair. Buster, 81, is considered the fair’s the oldest exhibitor and proved his mettle by taking first place this year with a fine head of cabbage. Dulaney brought some of the family’s bumper crop of cucumbers to give away to friends and those who might pass by the family gathering spot in front of the horse barn. Order a Print
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Chad and Allee Hoover of Maple Leaf Farm, Washington, with their supreme champion ewe. Order a Print
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C.R. Nelson / For the Observer-Reporter
Hannah Patton shows the grand champion market goat won by Tristin Cole. Order a Print
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Brendan Patton shows the supreme champion doe won by Tristin Cole. Order a Print
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Hannah Cole shows her supreme champion ram at the Jacktown Fair. Order a Print
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C.R. Nelson / For the Observer-Reporter
Louise Hildreth won the supreme champion female in the beef cattle open class with her black angus.With her is her husband, John. Order a Print

WIND RIDGE – Following are results for livestock judging Thursday at the Jacktown Fair.

Dairy cattle – open classes

• Champion female – Brown Swiss, Sierra Pettit, Holbrook; holstein, Sierra Pettit; jersey, Savannah Pettit, Holbrook; milking shorthorn, Sierra Pettit; red holstein, Katie Lynn Gapen, Greensboro.

• Champion bull – Holstein, Karleigh Cratty, Clarksville; red holstein, Karleigh Cratty

• Supreme champion female – Milking shorthorn, Sierra Pettit

• Supreme champion bull – Red holstein, Karleigh Cratty

Dairy cattle – 4-H and vocational

• Champion female – Brown Swiss, Sierra Pettit; holstein, Sierra Pettit; jersey, Savannah Pettit; milking shorthorn, Sierra Pettit

Sheep – open classes

• Champion ewe – Dorset, Bridget McConn, West Alexander; hampshire, Bridget McConn; merino, Darren Crouse, Sycamore; shropshire, Jeffrey McConn Jr, West Alexander; southdown, Caitlyn McConn, West Alexander; suffolk, Mike Hoover, Washington; black, Sophie Crouse, Sycamore; oxford, Chad Hoover, Washington; targhee, Travis Crouse, Sycamore; rambouillet, Darren Crouse; slick shorn, Hannah Cole, Waynesburg; tunis, Elania Mayle, East Millsboro.

• Champion ram, Dorset – Bridget McConn; hampshire, Bridget McConn; merino, Darren Crouse; shropshire, Jeffrey McConn Jr.; southdown, Caitlyn McConn; suffolk, Mike Hoover; black, Jeffrey McConn Jr.; oxford, Chad Hoover; targhee, Travis Crouse; rambouillet, Darren Crouse; slick shorn, Hannah Cole

Market lambs

• Lightweight – Courtney Ross, Aleppo

• Mediumweight – Allee Hoover, Washington

• Heavyweight – Wyatt Whipkey

Sheep – 4-H and vocational

• Champion ewe – Dorset, Bridget McConn; hampshire, Bridget McConn; shropshire, Jeffrey McConn. Jr.; southdown, Caitlyn McConn; suffolk, Courtney Ross; black, Jeffrey McConn Jr.; slick shorn, Hannah Cole; tunis, Elania Mayle

• Champion ram – Dorset, Bridget McConn; hampshire, Bridget McConn; shropshire, Jeffrey McConn Jr.; southdown, Caitlyn McConn; black, Jeffrey McConn Jr.; rambouillet, Lindsey Gilbert, Waynesburg; slick shorn, Hannah Cole.

Market lambs

• Lightweight – Courtney Ross

• Mediumweight – Mackenzie Wise, New Freeport

• Heavyweight – Julie Policz, Jefferson

• Champion market lamb – Julie Policz

Jacktown Fair schedule for today

• 6 p.m. – Stihl Pro Carvers demo and sale, upper grandstand

• 6:30 p.m. – Ruff Creek band, upper grandstand

• 7 p.m. – Heart-Beat, midway stage

• 8 p.m. – Stickers band, upper grandstand

• 8 p.m. – Thomas motorsports, LLC demo derby, lower grandstand

• Mechanical bull riding

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