Caleb Beale showed the reserve champion hog during the junior fair born and raised in Hardin County hog show on Friday. Caleb, a member of Taylor Creek Lads and Lassies, is the son of Dan and Sherri Beale of Kenton.
Champion born and raised
Kasey Hoag of Alger Junior Farmers 4-H showed the grand champion hog during the junior fair born and raised in Hardin County hog show on Friday. Kasey is the son of Cherise and Tee Salyer of Kenton. The hog was bred by Henderson Genetics.
In what is a believed to be a first at the Hardin County Fair, the junior fair grand champion market barrow, market gilt and born and raised in Hardin County hog were all bred by the same person, 19-year-old Cody Henderson (third from left) of Henderson Genetics. Pictured are (from left) Kasey Hoag, who showed the born and raised champion; Dustin Rowe; Henderson; Shelby Rowe, who showed the grand champion gilt; Kaitlin Heberling, who showed the top barrow and Darci Henderson. Cody Henderson said all three hogs came from the same litter.
The 2013 Hardin County Rabbit Royalty are (from left, front) Prince Miguel Jordan, Princess Lacey Boutwell; (back) King Jordan Furer and Queen Michaela Guyton. Miguel is the son of Dustin Jordan and Jessica Jordan, both of Ada. He is a 7th grade student at Ada High School and a member of the Ada Liberty Belles and Boys 4-H club. Lacey is the daughter of Terry and Dana Boutwell of Ada. She is an 8th grade student at Ada High and a member of the Ada Barnyard Farmers 4-H. Michaela is the daughter of Christine Cavallaro of Ada and Steve Guyton of Alger. She is a senior at Ada High and a member of the Ada FFA. Jordan is the son of Richard and Sheryl Furer of Mount Victory. He is a junior at Ridgemont High School and a member of the Country Timers 4-H club and Ridgemont FFA.
Shaye Creamer won top honors in the beginner’s flock for her lambs in the 2013 Hardin County Fair sheep show. Shaye also won the supreme ram championship honors. She is the daughter of Shaun and Sandra Creamer of Mount Victory.
Born and raised lamb
Elisha Lowery’s lamb was named the grand champion of the born and raised competition at the 2013 Hardin County Fair. She is a member of the Cessna Minutemen 4-H club and a student at Upper Scioto Valley. Her parents are Mark and Susan Lowery.
The reserve champion lamb in the born and raised competition was exhibited by Seth Evans. Seth is a member of the Liberty Belles and Boys 4-H club and is the son of Dan and Angela Evans of Ada.
Times photos by Kendrick Jesionowski and Dan Robinson
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on September 16, 2013. Filed under Fair,Recent Pictures.
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