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Junior Market Beef Show results

Grand Champion Market Beef: Tyler Clark, Miami County, Div. III Champion
Grand Champion Market Beef: Tyler Clark, Miami County, Div. III Champion

Reserve Champion: Oliver McGuire, Champaign Co., Division IV Crossbred Champion
Reserve Champion: Oliver McGuire, Champaign Co., Division IV Crossbred Champion

3. Montana Hulsmyer, Auglaize Co., Champion Maine
3. Montana Hulsmyer, Auglaize Co., Champion Maine
4. Colby Watson, Champaign Co., Div. IV Res. Champion
4. Colby Watson, Champaign Co., Div. IV Res. Champion
5. Carter Smith, Holmes Co., Div. III Res. Champion
5. Carter Smith, Holmes Co., Div. III Res. Champion

 

Chianina

Champion: Addison Jones, Allen Co.

Res. Champion: Lori MIllenbaugh, Crawford Co.

 

Hereford

Champion: Samantha Norman, Fulton Co.

Res. Champion: Angie Distl, Clark Co.

 

Maine-Anjou

Champion: Montana Hulsmyer, Auglaize Co.

Res. Champion: Tyler Clark, Miami Co.

 

Shorthorn

Champion: Landon Richards, Wood Co.

Res. Champion: Samantha Norman, Fulton Co.

 

Shorthorn Plus

Champion: Kendra Gabriel, Pickaway Co.

Res. Champion: Dawson Osborn, Highland Co.

 

AOB

Champion: Curtis Harsh, Delaware Co.

Res. Champion: Cole Hiser, Greene Co.

 

Market Heifer

Champion: Lori Millenbaugh, Crawford Co.

Res. Champion: Hallie Roberts, Clark Co.

 

Crossbred

Division I

Champion: Delaney Jones, Allen Co.

Res. Champion: Kelsey Conrad, Tuscarawas Co.

Division II

Champion: Tyler Clark, Miami Co.

Res. Champion: Brooke Hayhurst, Wayne Co.

Division III

Champion: Tyler Clark, Miami Co.

Res. Champion: Carter Smith, Holmes Co.

Division IV

Champion: Oliver McGuire, Champaign Co.

Res. Champion: Colby Watson, Champaign Co.

Division V

Champion: Elizabeth Heintz, Augliaze Co.

Res. Champion: Ashley Peter, Defiance Co.

Supreme Heifer: Austin Hunker, Huron Co., Mainetainer

Res. Supreme Heifer: Adison Niese, Shorthorn +

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