168th Germantown Fair

JULY 30TH, 2022

AUGUST 1ST – 6TH, 2022

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Robert Boody, Bracken County Sheriff, paid for by the candidate

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S & B Cattle Co, 1406 N Forbes Rd., Lexington, 859-254-9635

Kayla & Brent Williams, Williams Farms,

Big Tex Trailers,

Perry Poe Real Estate,

BioGene Seeds,

Bracken County Health Department,

Dean’s Pharmacy,

Barks & Bubbles,

Jennifer Free for Bracken County Clerk,

Travis Huber for Mason County Judge Executive,

Jesse P. Melcher, Robertson Co. Attorney,

Mason County Elected Officials,

Knox & Brothers Funeral Home,

Myers Fence Building,

Sexton’s Towing & Recovery,

Robert Boody, Bracken County Sheriff,

French’s,

Canine Creations Grooming Salon

, Landreth Electric LLC,

Rocky Ridge Hemp Co.,

Phillips Realty & Associates, LLC,

The New Wave Hair & Tanning Salon,

Bradford’s Home Mart,

Pam’s Barber Shop,

Gillespie’s Heating & Cooling,

Jacobs Family Farm,

Donna’s Place,

Snappy Tomato Pizza,

Allison’s Concrete,

Allison Realty & Auction Group,

Allison’s Bulldozing,

Jeff Cluxton & Sons Umbarger Show Feeds,

Fleming Meat Packers,

Larry Smith, Bracken County Farm Bureau,

Hedgecock Electric,

Miller Lumber Co., Inc.,

Sherman & Taylor Eye Care,

PLLC, Young Farm Machinery, Inc.

Montgomery Tractor Sales of Flemingsburg,

Fryman Service Center,

Joanie Jolly, Robertson County Clerk,

Annette Lovins, Robertson County PVA,

Stephanie A. Holbrook, Robertson County Judge Executive,

Chris Lowe,

Boone Real Estate Agent,

Troy Cracraft,

Mason County PVA

 

S & B Cattle Co, sandbcattle.com, 859-254-9635

Asbury Farms, Augusta, KY;

Asbury Lawn Care & Sports Turf, 606-564-6284,

Leslie Ann Asbury, MD, ENT Associates of Central KY, 859-340-1377

Laurel Oaks Golf Club, 808 US 62, Maysville

Rick Pumpelly, Mason County Farm Bureau, 606-759-0544

Burton Fencing , 606-407-5026

Livestock Show

 

2022 Germantown Youth Livestock Show General Rules

 

  • Sheep/Goat Show-8/4/2022 Judge: Terry Burks
  • Cattle Show-Thursday 8/4/2022 Judge: Jason Bihl
  • Hogs Show-Friday 8/5/2022 Judge: Brennan North
  • Supreme Showman/Animal-Saturday 8/6/2022 Judge: Tegan Simmons

 

  1. This show is an open show for the following counties: Mason, Bracken, Lewis, Robertson, and Fleming. To be eligible to show exhibitor must be at the age of 9 years old on January 1 of the current year and have completed 6 approved hours of livestock training by the tag in date. Novice exhibitors to be aged 5-8 to be eligible to show. Eligibility ceases at the age of 21 or 3 years after graduating High School.
  2. Registration will be $ 5.00 per animal.
  3. A combination of any species may be shown not to exceed 8 animals, a max of 4 animals per species. Animals will be logged on the state youth livestock forms that require the location of the animal and the signature of both exhibitor and Guardian. All livestock shown must have a KUIP tag to be eligible to show at the Germantown Youth Livestock Show (excluding feeders which may have Metal 61 or RF-ID Tag.) Exhibitors will only receive a premium for up to 4 animals.
  4. Species will have times for weight card submission. All livestock and trailers must leave after the show. Check-in time will be from 4:30-6 pm ET, at which time all weight cards are to be turned in. The shows are to begin at 6:30 pm.
  5. All weights will be declared weights; weight cards will have a submission deadline. Sheep and Goats not to exceed 5 pounds of declared weight, swine not to exceed 15 pounds of declared weight, feeder calves not to exceed 25 pounds of declared weight, and fat steers not to exceed 50 pounds of declared weight. At the judge’s and/or Rules Committee’s discretion animals will be weighed back to check declared weights. If there is a question or dispute about said livestock; it must be immediately taken off scales, scales balanced to 0 and re-weighed. The second weight is the official weight. There is to be only 1 weigh-back per animal per show. Weight cards are to be submitted to Livestock Office which is attached to the barn.
  6. The President of the Fair Board is to appoint a Judges Committee to make recommendations for the Judge, all recommendations are to be submitted by December 1. The final decision is to be made by the Committee Chair and will be posted to the Germantown Fair website by mid-January.
  7. Stalls will be available at noon. NO stall reservations, stalls are for the species that are being shown that day, 2 animals per pin. Pin assignments must be turned in with weight cards. The Make-up area is to be designated at the time of the show. All livestock will be asked to exit out the side of the barn.
  8. All trailers are to be parked in the designated area by the cattle and horse barns. Trailers are not to be parked inside the fence; this included those who show off trailers. All livestock shown must have a KUIP tag to be eligible to show at the Germantown Youth Livestock Show.
  9. There will be announcements made over the Remind App and Information Board, which will allow exhibitors time for preparations. Also, classes and show orders will be posted behind the show barn. Exhibitors are responsible for being on time.
  10. Sheep, Goat, and Hog Classes will be divided by weight and/or breed only, with the decision on class breaks made by the Livestock Show committee. Cattle to be divided by sex and/or weight only. If an exhibitor wins Grand or Reserve in a species said showman will be eligible to win Top 5 in/all species. Homegrown Champion/Reserve Champion ties following Champion drive.
  11. Supreme Champion Animal and Overall, Showman are to be selected on Saturday following the conclusion of all Livestock shows. Saturday’s events are to start at 7:00 pm. If you have won Overall Showman or Champion animal, it is your responsibility to return to the fairgrounds on Saturday at a designated time. If you are unable to attend/return, the exhibitor must notify a member of the Rules Committee before leaving the fairgrounds day of said show. Overall Showman will receive a monetary award.
  12. All Members must be present and show their own livestock during the show. In case of illness or multiple animals in a class, another 4-H or FFA member may show the livestock; said showman must be within one of the five counties (Bracken, Fleming, Lewis, Mason, and Robertson.) You must show your own animal tagged or co-tagged in showmanship.
  13. Showmanship is not mandatory and will be offered for each species with a winner for each of the following divisions based on age as of January 1: Senior (18 and up), Intermediate (17-14), Junior (13-11) Clover (10-9) and Novice (8-5). If you win Overall Showman, you will be ineligible for showmanship ongoing.
  14. Any action by participants, guardians, or parents not in the best interest of the show will result in disqualification from the show. No beating, no injections of any kind to enhance the appearance of the livestock will be allowed.
  15. Exhibitors must follow the new KY 4-H and FFA ownership and possession rule and have a signed form on file with their agent or advisor.
  16. All animals must be castrated or without testicles before KUIP tagging and entry. All beef (steers& heifers) animals must be dehorned before the show with no visible horns allowed.
  17. Questions on rules will be referred to the Rules Committee and their decision is final. A protest must be made before the show. Protestors must pay a $ 200.00 non-refundable fee. Rules Committee Members
    1. Chairman-Greg Bess (606) 407-7029
    2. Tony Johnson- (606) 782-0002
    3. Jordan Massey- (606) 782-3841
    4. Brooke Perkins (606) 407-5037
    5. Jon Ray- (606) 782-1737
  18. Record Books are encouraged for all exhibitors. There will be a Grand and Reserve Champion from each species, as well as an Overall Showman. Overall Showman is to be announced on Saturday in between Supreme Animal and Round Robin. Overall Showman to receive monetary awards.
  19. Gate admission before 3:00 will be $ 5.00 which will not include a ticket for carnival rides, after 3:00 will be $ 10.00 and will include carnival rides.

 

 MARKET BEEF ANIMAL

  1. Steers/ Heifers must be owned and in possession of members by KDA annual tag in date.
  2. Steers/Heifers must weigh 850-1450 lbs. at the time of the Germantown Youth Livestock Show.

 

FEEDER CALF DIVISON

  1. Feeder calves can be called steers or heifers. Calves may be of any breed without any dairy influence.
  2. Calves must be born January 1- March 31, 2022.
  3. Calves must weigh a minimum of 300 lbs. and a maximum of 750 lbs.
  4. The youth feeder calf show will follow the steer show. Feeder calf to be shown by sex and weight.t
  5. Top 5 Overall Feeders will be picked out of steer and heifer class winners.
  6. All feeder calves must have Metal 61 or an RFID tag.

 

HOG DIVISION

  1. Hogs must be owned and in possession of members by KDA annual tag in date.
  2. Hogs must weigh between 200-and 285 lbs.
  3. Hogs will be shown by breed, there must be 5 heads to have a breed show, if 5 heads cannot be met, hogs will be shown in All Other Breeds (AOB). Then hogs will be shown by weight.
  4. Hogs must have verification or paperwork of breed.

 

LAMB DIVISON

  1. Lambs must be owned and in possession of members by annual KDA tag in date.
  2. Lambs must be Scrapie Tagged before KUIP tagging.
  3. Lambs will be shown with or without a halter.
  4. Lambs must weigh at least 80 lbs. and have their lamb teeth at the time of the show.
  5. All lambs must be shorn, docked, and fitted.

  

GOAT DIVISION

  1. Goats must be owned and in possession of members by annual KDA tag in date.
  2. Goats must be Scrapie Tagged before KUIP tagging.
  3. Horns are optional but must be tipped. Tipped is defined as the end of the horn squared off to ½ inch diameter or larger.
  4. All goats are required to have a complete unbroken mouth and goat teeth and weigh a minimum of 35 lbs. at the time of the fair. Animals are subject to mouthed to check age.
  5. Market kids must be cleaned and castrated (banded or surgically removed, clamping is not allowed) by annual KDA tag in date and clipped slick above the knee and hock joints.
  6. Exhibitors may enter the market weathers to market does. Induced cryptorchids (short scrotum kids) and buck goats may not be shown. Any wether kid showing signs of secondary sexual characteristics may not be shown.
  7. Goats will be shown with a humane type of training collar or halter.

 

 

 

Swine Show

Swine Show

Friday, August 5, 2022,  6:30 PM

HOG DIVISION

  1. Hogs must be owned and in possession of members by KDA annual tag in date.
  2. Hogs must weigh between 200-285 lbs.
  3. Hogs will be shown by breed, there must be 5 head to have a breed show, if 5 head cannot be met, hogs will be shown in All Other Breeds (AOB). Then hogs will be shown by weight.
  4. Hogs must have verification or paperwork of breed.

 

Questions on rules will be referred to the Rules Committee and their decision is final. A protest must be made before the show. Protestors must pay a $ 200.00 non-refundable fee. Rules Committee Members

    1. Chairman-Greg Bess (606) 407-7029
    2. Tony Johnson- (606) 782-0002
    3. Jordan Massey- (606) 782-3841
    4. Brooke Perkins (606) 407-5037
    5. Jon Ray- (606) 782-1737

 

Lamb and Goat Show

Wednesday, August 3, 2022

6:30 PM 

LAMB DIVISION

  1. Lambs must be owned and in possession of members by annual KDA tag in date.
  2. Lambs must be Scrapie Tagged before KUIP tagging.
  3. Lambs will be shown with or without a halter.
  4. Lambs must weigh at least 80 lbs. and have their lamb teeth at the time of the show.
  5. All lambs must be shorn, docked, and fitted.

 

 

 

GOAT DIVISION

  1. Goats must be owned and in possession of members by annual KDA tag in date.
  2. Goats must be Scrapie Tagged before KUIP tagging.
  3. Horns are optional but must be tipped. Tipped is defined as the end of the horn squared off to ½ inch diameter or larger.
  4. All goats are required to have a complete unbroken mouth and goat teeth and weigh a minimum of 35 lbs. at the time of the fair. Animals are subject to mouthed to check age.
  5. Market kids must be cleaned and castrated (banded or surgically removed, clamping is not allowed) by annual KDA tag in date and clipped slick above the knee and hock joints.
  6. Exhibitors may enter the market wethers to market does. Induced cryptorchids (short scrotum kids) and buck goats may not be shown. Any wether kid showing signs of secondary sexual characteristics may not be shown.
  7. Goats will be shown with a humane type of training collar or halter.

 

Questions on rules will be referred to the Rules Committee and their decision is final. A protest must be made before the show. Protestors must pay a $ 200.00 non-refundable fee. Rules Committee Members

    1. Chairman-Greg Bess (606) 407-7029
    2. Tony Johnson- (606) 782-0002
    3. Jordan Massey- (606) 782-3841
    4. Brooke Perkins (606) 407-5037
    5. Jon Ray- (606) 782-1737

 

Dairy Show

KENTUCKY OPEN DAIRY SHOW

Saturday, August 6th, 2022, 9:30 A.M.

Walter Rosser, Chairman

606-584-0222

Classes are for the following breeds:  Brown Swiss, Guernsey, Jersey, Holstein & Ayrshire

FFA & 4-H Showmanship      $10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5

  1. Junior Calf             $20, 15, 10, 5

     Born between 3/1 & 4/30/22

  1. Intermediate Calf $20, 15, 10, 5

     Born between 12/1/20 – 2/29/22

  1. Senior Calf $20, 15, 10, 5

     Born between 9/1 – 11/30/21

  1. Summer Yearling $20, 15, 10, 5

     Born between 6/1 – 8/31/21

  1. Junior Yearling $20, 15, 10, 5

     Born between 3/1 – 5/31/21

  1. Intermediate Yearling $20, 15, 10, 5

     Born between 12/1/20 – 2/28/21

  1. Senior Yearling $20, 15, 10, 5

      Born between 9/1 – 11/30/20

  1. Two-Year-Old Cow $20, 15, 10, 5

      Born between 9/1/19– 8/31/20

  1. Three-Year-Old Cow $20, 15, 10, 5

      Born between 9/1/18 – 8/31/19

  1. Four-Year-Old Cow $20, 15, 10, 5

      Born between 9/1/17 – 8/31/18

  1. Five-Year-Old Cow $20, 15, 10, 5

       Born before 9/1/17

  1. Dry Cow $20, 15, 10, 5

        Born before 9/1/19

  1. Junior Champion Female Ribbon

       First Place Heifer from Classes 1-7

  1. Senior Champion Female Ribbon

       First Place Cows from Classes 8-12

  1. Grand Champion Female Ribbon
  2. Reserve Champion Female Ribbon Grand Champion Dairy Cow     $50 & Banner

 

 

 

 

Fat Steer & Feeders

Youth Beef Livestock Show

 

 

MARKET BEEF ANIMAL

  1. Steers/ Heifers must be owned and in possession of members by KDA annual tag in date.
  2. Steers/Heifers must weigh 850-1450 lbs. at the time of the Germantown Youth Livestock Show.

 

FEEDER CALF DIVISON

  1. Feeder calves can be called steers or heifers. Calves may be of any breed without any dairy influence.
  2. Calves must be born January 1- March 31, 2022.
  3. Calves must weigh a minimum of 300 lbs. and a maximum of 750 lbs.
  4. The youth feeder calf show will follow the steer show. Feeder calf to be shown by sex and weight.t
  5. Top 5 Overall Feeders will be picked out of steer and heifer class winners.
  6. All feeder calves must have Metal 61 or an RFID tag.
Kentucky Open Beef Show

KENTUCKY OPEN BEEF SHOW

Saturday, August 6th, 2022,10:00 A.M

Eric Tarvin, Chairman, (859) 750-7431

      1. Cattle must be on fairground by 9:45 A.M. Show will begin after Showmanship.
      2. There must be at least 5 head for a breed show. If not, they will show in an “All Other Breeds” Class.
      3. There will be a commercial class for cattle with no registration papers.
      4. Breeds will show in alphabetical order.

 

4-H & FFA Showmanship – 10:30 A.M.

Showmanship will be in this order:

Senior Showmanship (17 yrs. & over)

Intermediate Showmanship (12-16 yrs.)

Junior Showmanship (9-11 yrs.)

Novice Showmanship (under 9 yrs.)

Premiums:  $10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5

 

COWS

      1. Late Junior              Calf born after 4/1/22
      2. Junior Calf              Born 1/1 – 3/31/22    
      3. Senior Calf             Born 9/1 – 12/31/21
      4. Summer Yearling Born 5/1 – 8/31/21
      5. Junior Yearling Born 1/1 – 4/30/21
      6. Senior Yearling Born 9/1 – 12/31/20
      7. Cow/Calf pair – any age cow with current   year calf at side
      8. Breed Champion & Reserve Rosette
      9. Supreme Champion Cow $50 & Banner

 

BULLS

      1. Late Junior Calf Born after 4/1/22
      2. Junior Calf Born 1/1 – 3/31/22
      3. Senior Calf Born 9/1 – 12/31/22
      4. Summer Yearling Born 5/1 – 8/31/21
      5. Junior Yearling Born 1/1 – 4/1/21
      6. Senior Yearling Born 9/1 – 12/31/20
      7. Breed Champion & Reserve Rosette
      8. Supreme Champion Bull $50 & Banner

Class premiums:           $20, 15, 10, 5

 

 

Livestock Show Rules

 

2022Germantown Youth Livestock Show General Rules

 

  • Sheep/Goat Show-Wednesday 8/3/2022 Judge: Terry Burks
  • Cattle Show-Thursday 8/4/2022 Judge: Jason Bihl
  • Hogs Show-Friday 8/5/2022 Judge: Brennan North
  • Supreme Showman/Animal-Saturday 8/6/2022 Judge: Tegan Simmons

 

  1. This show is an open show for the following counties: Mason, Bracken, Lewis, Robertson, and Fleming. To be eligible to show exhibitor must be at the age of 9 years old on January 1 of the current year and have completed 6 approved hours of livestock training by the tag in date. Novice exhibitors to be aged 5-8 to be eligible to show. Eligibility ceases at the age of 21 or 3 years after graduating High School.
  2. Registration will be $ 5.00 per animal.
  3. A combination of any species may be shown not to exceed 8 animals, a max of 4 animals per species. Animals will be logged on the state youth livestock forms that require the location of the animal and the signature of both exhibitor and Guardian. All livestock shown must have a KUIP tag to be eligible to show at the Germantown Youth Livestock Show (excluding feeders which may have Metal 61 or RF-ID Tag.) Exhibitors will only receive a premium for up to 4 animals.
  4. Species will have times for weight card submission. All livestock and trailers must leave at the conclusion of the show. Check-in time will be from 4:30-6 pm ET, at which time all weight cards are to be turned in. The shows are to begin at 6:30 pm.
  5. All weights will be declared weights; weight cards will have a submission deadline. Sheep and Goats not to exceed 5 pounds of declared weight, swine not to exceed 15 pounds of declared weight, feeder calves not to exceed 25 pounds of declared weight, and fat steers not to exceed 50 pounds of declared weight. At the judge’s and/or Rules Committee’s discretion animals will be weighed back to check declared weights. If there is a question or dispute about said livestock; it must be immediately taken off scales, scales balanced to 0 and re-weighed. The second weight is the official weight. There is to be only 1 weigh-back per animal per show. Weight cards are to be submitted to Livestock Office which is attached to the barn.
  6. The President of the Fair Board is to appoint a Judges Committee to make recommendations for the Judge, all recommendations are to be submitted by December 1. The final decision is to be made by the Committee Chair and will be posted to the Germantown Fair website by mid-January.
  7. Stalls will be available at noon. NO stall reservations, stalls are for the species that are being shown that day, 2 animals per pin. Pin assignments must be turned in with weight cards. The Make-up area is to be designated at the time of the show. All livestock will be asked to exit out the side of the barn.
  8. All trailers are to be parked in the designated area by the cattle and horse barns. Trailers are not to be parked inside the fence; this included those who show off trailers. All livestock shown must have a KUIP tag to be eligible to show at the Germantown Youth Livestock Show.
  9. There will be announcements made over the Remind App and Information Board, which will allow exhibitors time for preparations. Also, classes and show orders will be posted behind the show barn. Exhibitors are responsible for being on time.
  10. Sheep, Goat, and Hog Classes will be divided by weight and/or breed only, with the decision on class breaks made by the Livestock Show committee. Cattle to be divided by sex and/or weight only. If an exhibitor wins Grand or Reserve in a species said showman will be eligible to win Top 5 in/all species. Homegrown Champion/Reserve Champion ties following Champion drive.
  11. Supreme Champion Animal and Overall Showman are to be selected on Saturday following the conclusion of all Livestock shows. Saturday’s events are to start at 7:00 pm. If you have won Overall Showman or Champion animal, it is your responsibility to return to the fairgrounds on Saturday at the designated time. If you are unable to attend/return, the exhibitor must notify a member of the Rules Committee before leaving the fairgrounds day of said show. Overall Showman will receive a monetary award.
  12. All Members must be present and show their own livestock during the show. In case of illness or multiple animals in a class, another 4-H or FFA member may show the livestock; said showman must be within one of the five counties (Bracken, Fleming, Lewis, Mason, and Robertson.) You must show your own animal tagged or co-tagged in showmanship.
  13. Showmanship is not mandatory and will be offered for each species with a winner for each of the following divisions based on age as of January 1: Senior (18 and up), Intermediate (17-14), Junior (13-11) Clover (10-9) and Novice (8-5). If you win Overall Showman, you will be ineligible for showmanship ongoing.
  14. Any action by participants, guardians, or parents not in the best interest of the show will result in disqualification from the show. No beating, no injections of any kind to enhance the appearance of the livestock will be allowed.
  15. Exhibitors must follow the new KY 4-H and FFA ownership and possession rule and have a signed form on file with their agent or advisor.
  16. All animals must be castrated or without testicles before KUIP tagging and entry. All beef (steers& heifers) animals must be dehorned before the show with no visible horns allowed.
  17. Questions on rules will be referred to the Rules Committee and their decision is final. A protest must be made before the show. Protestors must pay a $ 200.00 non-refundable fee. Rules Committee Members
    1. Chairman-Greg Bess (606) 407-7029
    2. Tony Johnson- (606) 782-0002
    3. Jordan Massey- (606) 782-3841
    4. Brooke Perkins (606) 407-5037
    5. Jon Ray- (606) 782-1737
  18. Record Books are encouraged for all exhibitors. There will be a Grand and Reserve Champion from each species, as well as an Overall Showman. Overall Showman is to be announced on Saturday in between Supreme Animal and Round Robin. Overall Showman to receive monetary awards.
  19. Gate admission before 3:00 will be $ 5.00 which will not include a ticket for carnival rides, after 3:00 will be $ 10.00 and will include carnival rides.

 

 

 

2021 Swine Show Winners

Novice Market Swine:  Grand Champion – Kaiser Sutton; Reserve Grand Champion – Presley Johnson

Top Five Market Swine:  Grand Champion – Carlee Church; Reserve Grand Champion – Barry Gifford; 3rd Overall – Raylee Dotson; 4th Overall – Ella Johnson; 5th Overall – Justin Johnson

Homegrown Grand Champion – Noah Emery; Reserve Grand Champion – Kenton Johnson

Senior Swine Showmanship:  Grand Champion – Noah Emery; Reserve Grand Champion – Sonia Cooper

Intermediate Swine Showmanship:  Grand Champion – Nathaniel Doyle; Reserve Grand Champion – Kenton Johnson

Junior Swine Showmanship:  Grand Champion – Madison Howard; Reserve Grand Champion – Justis Johnson

Clover Swine Showmanship:  Grand Champion – Kyndall Johnson; Reserve Grand Champion – Levi Boling

Novice Swine Showmanship:  Grand Champion – Karsyn Dotson; Reserve Grand Champion – Peyton Weiss

2021 Feeder Calf Show Winners

Novice Feeder Calf:  Grand Champion – Andrew Ray; Reserve Grand Champion – Harper Ray

Top Five Feeder Calves:  Grand Champion – Josie Phillips; Reserve Grand Champion – Wyatt Phillips; 3rd Overall – Laura Ann Pettit; 4th Overall – Colby Doyle; 5th Overall – Katy Cooper

Homegrown Grand Champion – Wyatt Phillips; Reserve Grand Champion – Colby Doyle

Steer & Heifer Show Winners

Top Five Market Steers & Heifers:  Grand Champion – Cecilia Tarvin; Reserve Grand Champion – McKayla Emmons; 3rd Overall – Brayden Emmons; 4th Overall – Barry Gifford; 5th Overall – Cecilia Tarvin

Senior Beef Showmanship:  Grand Champion – Tyler Rice; Reserve Grand Champion – Isabella Hardy

Intermediate Beef Showmanship:  Grand Champion – Laura Ann Pettit; Reserve Grand Champion – Haley Polley

Junior Beef Showmanship:  Grand Champion – Josie Phillips; Reserve Grand Champion – Colby Cooper

Clover Beef Showmanship:  Grand Champion – Wyatt Phillips; Reserve Grand Champion – Katy Cooper

Novice Beef Showmanship:  Grand Champion – Andrew Ray; Reserve Grand Champion – Brandon Ritchie

2021 Swine Show Winners

Novice Market Swine:  Grand Champion – Kaiser Sutton; Reserve Grand Champion – Presley Johnson

Top Five Market Swine:  Grand Champion – Carlee Church; Reserve Grand Champion – Barry Gifford; 3rd Overall – Raylee Dotson; 4th Overall – Ella Johnson; 5th Overall – Justin Johnson

Homegrown Grand Champion – Noah Emery; Reserve Grand Champion – Kenton Johnson

Senior Swine Showmanship:  Grand Champion – Noah Emery; Reserve Grand Champion – Sonia Cooper

Intermediate Swine Showmanship:  Grand Champion – Nathaniel Doyle; Reserve Grand Champion – Kenton Johnson

Junior Swine Showmanship:  Grand Champion – Madison Howard; Reserve Grand Champion – Justis Johnson

Clover Swine Showmanship:  Grand Champion – Kyndall Johnson; Reserve Grand Champion – Levi Boling

Novice Swine Showmanship:  Grand Champion – Karsyn Dotson; Reserve Grand Champion – Peyton Weiss

2021 Feeder Calf Show Winners

Novice Feeder Calf:  Grand Champion – Andrew Ray; Reserve Grand Champion – Harper Ray

Top Five Feeder Calves:  Grand Champion – Josie Phillips; Reserve Grand Champion – Wyatt Phillips; 3rd Overall – Laura Ann Pettit; 4th Overall – Colby Doyle; 5th Overall – Katy Cooper

Homegrown Grand Champion – Wyatt Phillips; Reserve Grand Champion – Colby Doyle

Steer & Heifer Show Winners

Top Five Market Steers & Heifers:  Grand Champion – Cecilia Tarvin; Reserve Grand Champion – McKayla Emmons; 3rd Overall – Brayden Emmons; 4th Overall – Barry Gifford; 5th Overall – Cecilia Tarvin

Senior Beef Showmanship:  Grand Champion – Tyler Rice; Reserve Grand Champion – Isabella Hardy

Intermediate Beef Showmanship:  Grand Champion – Laura Ann Pettit; Reserve Grand Champion – Haley Polley

Junior Beef Showmanship:  Grand Champion – Josie Phillips; Reserve Grand Champion – Colby Cooper

Clover Beef Showmanship:  Grand Champion – Wyatt Phillips; Reserve Grand Champion – Katy Cooper

Novice Beef Showmanship:  Grand Champion – Andrew Ray; Reserve Grand Champion – Brandon Ritchie

2021 Sheep Show Winners

Novice Market Sheep:  Grand Champion – Emma Mullikin; Reserve Grand Champion – Addy Cooke

Top Five Market Sheep:  Grand Champion – Wyatt Perkins; Reserve Grand Champion – Macie Hazelrigg; 3rd Overall – Macie Hazelrigg; 4th Overall – Kassidy Perkins; 5th Overall – Carlee Church

Homegrown Grand Champion:  Kassidy Perkins; Reserve Grand Champion – Carlee Church

Senior Sheep Showmanship:  Grand Champion – Jacklyn Duzan

Intermediate Sheep Showmanship:  Grand Champion – Macie Hazelrigg; Reserve Grand Champion – Kassidy Perkins

Junior Sheep Showmanship:  Grand Champion – Carlee Church; Reserve Grand Champion – Wyatt Perkins

Clover Sheep Showmanship:  Grand Champion – Addison Cowan; Reserve Grand Champion – Luke Williams

Novice Sheep Showmanship:  Grand Champion – Owen Williams; Reserve Grand Champion – Addison Cooke

2021 Goat Show Winners

Novice Market Goat:  Grand Champion – Olivia Williams; Reserve Grand Champion – Owen Williams

Top Five Market Goats:  Grand Champion – Caleb Emery; Reserve Grand Champion – Noah Emery; 3rd Overall – Macie Hazelrigg; 4th Overall – Noah Emery; 5th Overall – Luke Williams

Homegrown Grand Champion:  Caleb Emery; Reserve Grand Champion – Luke Williams

Senior Goat Showmanship:  Grand Champion – Rachelle Mitchell

Intermediate Goat Showmanship:  Grand Champion – Caleb Emery; Reserve Grand Champion – Megan Mitchell

Junior Goat Showmanship:  Grand Champion – Maria Mitchell; Reserve Grand Champion – Savannah Kelsch

Clover Goat Showmanship:  Grand Champion – Luke Williams; Reserve Grand Champion – Ellie Gallagher

Novice Goat Showmanship:  Grand Champion – Owen Williams; Reserve Grand Champion – Emily Gillespie

 

 

 

Supreme Champion Market Animal:  Sheep – Wyatt Perkins

Supreme Showman – Macie Hazelrigg

Reserve Supreme Showman – Laura Ann Pettit

 

Swine Show Sponsor

Kerns Food Distributing

Thanks for sponsoring the swine show.

Sheep Show Sponsors

Bracken Farm Bureau Federation

Thanks for sponsoring the sheep show.

Mason Farm Bureau Federation

Thanks for sponsoring the sheep show.

Goat Show Sponsor

First National Bank of Brooksville

Thanks for sponsoring the goat show.

Market Steer & Heifer Sponsor

Southern States

Thanks for sponsoring the market steer and heifer show.

Feeder Calf Sponsor

US Bank

Thanks for sponsoring the feeder calf show.

Home Grown Champions Sponsor

Farm Credit

Thanks for sponsoring the Home Grown Champions show.