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2019 Junior Dairy results

 

Photos by Zach Parrott

Here are results from the 2019 Ohio State Fair Jr. Dairy Show. Further results will be made available as the shows progress.

Holstein

Total animals shown: 116

Exhibitors: 56

 

YRP Grand Champion

Exhibitor: Kayla Cring

Animal: Stunning Coruette Google-E

Sire: Sonnek GC Coruette-ET

 

YRP Reserve Grand Champion

Exhibitor: Zachary Steinke

Animal: Maple Tree Mogul Delani

Sire: Mountfield SSI DCY Mogul-E

 

YRP Junior Champion

Exhibitor: Logan Topp

Animal: Toppglen Jacoby Wooka-E

Sire: Cycle Doorman Jacoby-ET

 

YRP Reserve Junior Champion

Exhibitor: Taylor Kolpfenstein

Animal: Etgen-Way Doc Honeymoo

Sire: Woodcrest King Doc

 

YRP Senior Champion

Exhibitor: Kayla Cring

Animal: Stunning Coruette Google-E

Sire: Sonnek GC Coruette-ET

 

YRP Reserve Senior Champion

Exhibitor: Madelyn Topp

Animal: Topp-View Attitude Race

Sire: Attitude

 

Senior Showmanship (15 and over)

  1. Marissa Topp
  2. Tim Gunkelman
  3. Cole Pond
  4. Mariah Troutwine
  5. Logan Schlauch

 

Intermediate Showmanship (12-14)

  1. Logan Topp
  2. Aubree Topp
  3. Olivia Finke
  4. Peyton Henry
  5. Grace Gunkelman

 

Junior Showmanship (11 and under)

  1. Colton Thomas
  2. Madicyn Rupp
  3. Ruth Baumbauer
  4. Justin Landes
  5. Kennley Siegrist

 

Red and White

 

YRP Grand Champion

Exhibitor: Alyson Philips

 

YRP Reserve Grand Champion

Exhibitor: Wyatt Schlauch

 

YRP Intermediate Champion

Exhibitor: Alysan Philips

 

YRP Reserve Intermediate Champion

Exhibitor: Wyatt Schlauch

 

YRP Senior Champion

Exhibitor: Mariah Troutwine

 

YRP Reserve Senior Champion

Exhibitor: Cole Heger

 

Senior Showmanship (15 and over)

  1. Madelyn Topp
  2. Mariah Troutwine
  3. Sydney Good
  4. Ally Cupps
  5. Lindsay Lamoreaux

 

Intermediate Showmanship (12-14)

  1. Lily Elsass
  2. Carissa Pittman
  3. Lillian Finke
  4. Wyatt Schluach
  5. Kaleb Pond

 

Junior Showmanship (11 and under)

  1. Lydia Kaverman
  2. Noah Spreng
  3. Nora Budny
  4. Gage Workman

 

Ayshire

 

YRP Grand Champion

Exhibitor: Marissa Topp

Animal: Toppglen Wishful Thinking

 

YRP Reserve Grand Champion

Exhibitor: Lane Greiwe

Animal: Mill Valley Gunner Gumbell

 

YRP Junior Champion

Exhibitor: Kinley Topp

Animal: On Top Wiggle Wiggle

 

YRP Reserve Junior Champion

Exhibitor: Ashley Howvermale

Animal: Hawver- Crest Showstopper

 

YRP Senior Champion

Exhibitor: Marissa Topp

Animal: Toppglen Wishful Thinking

 

YRP Reserve Senior Champion

Exhibitor: Lane Greiwe

Animal: Mill Valley Gunner Gumbell

 

Senior Showmanship (15 and over)

  1. Ashley Howvermale
  2. Lane Greiwe
  3. Marissa Topp
  4. Kinley Topp
  5. Aaron Berg

 

Intermediate Showmanship (12-14)

  1. Kelly Howvermale
  2. Logan Topp
  3. Adam Wolf
  4. Julianne Headings
  5. Sylvia Headings

 

Junior Showmanship (11 and under)

  1. Ava Lahmers
  2. Kale Hamker
  3. Noah Spreng
  4. Anna Headings
  5. Stephanie Headings

 

Milking Shorthorn

 

YRP Grand Champion

Exhibitor: Aubree Topp

 

YRP Reserve Grand Champion

Exhibitor: Emmy Days

 

YRP Junior Grand Champion

Exhibitor: Henry Weiss

Animal: Weissway Ocean Oatmeal

Sire: Cherrywood Weissway Ocean

 

YRP Junior Reserve Champion

Exhibitor: Emmy Days

Animal: Reidien Acres Snowwhite P

Sire: Lucky Strike

 

Senior Showmanship (15 and over)

  1. Carrie Rhoades
  2. Emmy Days
  3. Tess Kiko
  4. Rachel Sherman
  5. Henry Specht

 

Intermediate Showmanship (12-14)

  1. Madelyn Baker
  2. Lillian Specht
  3. Katie Weiss

 

Junior Showmanship (11 and under)

  1. Henry Weiss

Jersey

Total animals shown: 87

Total exhibitors: 36

 

YRP Grand Champion

Exhibitor: Blake Greiwe

Animal: DKG Motin Jolly

 

YRP Reserve Grand Champion

Exhibitor: Colton Thomas

Animal: Miss Premier Mangorita

Sire: Hawarden Impuls Premier

 

YRP Junior Champion

Exhibitor: Lillian Finke

Animal: Big Guns Andreas Vienna

Sire: Sunset Canyon Andreas

 

YRP Reserve Junior Champion

Exhibitor: Jade Laux

Animal: Impression Stormy

Sire: Rock Ella Impression

 

Senior Showmanship (15 and over)

  1. Lane Griewe
  2. Madelyn Topp
  3. Blake Griewe
  4. Kinley Topp
  5. Garrett Hageman

 

Intermediate Showmanship (12-14)

  1. Grace Gunkelman
  2. Jacoby Gilbert
  3. Meredith Hageman
  4. Gwen Schindel
  5. Lillian Finke

Junior Showmanship (11 and under)

  1. Allison Francis
  2. Lydia Kaverman
  3. Lane Francis
  4. Emma Hershberger
  5. Ella Hershberger

 

Guernsey

Total animals shown: 62

Total exhibitors: 27

 

YRP Grand Champion

Exhibitor: Aubree Topp

Animal: Lavon Farms Norak Rattle

Sire: Lang Haven Grumpy Novak

 

YRP Reserve Grand Champion

Exhibitor: Case Alt

Animal: Marodore Ernie Feliz

Sire: Lonestar-ET

 

YRP Junior Guernsey Champion

Exhibitor: Samantha Plocher

Animal: Dix-Lee Method Darwyn

Sire: Mar Ral Method-TW

 

YRP Reserve Junior Guernsey Champion

Exhibitor: Hannah Hurst

Animal: Guernsey Grove HP Maverick

Sire: Springhill J Lonestar

 

Senior Showmanship (15 and over)

  1. Jessica Langenkamp
  2. Samantha Plocher
  3. Tyler Dehan
  4. Alex Richardson
  5. Derek Burns

 

Intermediate Showmanship (12-14)

  1. Logan Dehan
  2. Kyle Polk
  3. Natasha Davidson
  4. Abigayle Dicke
  5. Case Alt

 

Junior Showmanship (11 and under)

  1. Adam Langenkamp
  2. Tiffany Langenkamp
  3. Drew Langenkamp
  4. Claire Goeke
  5. Silas Kohler

 

Brown Swiss

Total animals shown: 54

Total exhibitors: 28

 

YRP Grand Champion

Exhibitor: Madelyn Topp

Animal: Kulp-Gen Supreme Dawn

Sire: Supreme

 

YRP Reserve Grand Champion

Exhibitor: Kinley Topp

Animal: Cutting Edge T Taylor ET

 

YRP Junior Champion

Exhibitor: Molly Moffett

Animal: New View C Bravo

Sire: Voelkers TD Carter

 

YRP Reserve Junior Champion

Exhibitor: Carissa Pittman

Animal: Brook Hollow Whiskey Kokita

Sire: Manis Glenn Whiskey ET

 

Senior Showmanship (15 & over)

  1. Molly Moffett
  2. Kinley Topp
  3. Madelyn Topp
  4. Zachary Logan
  5. Russell Alden

 

Intermediate Showmanship (12-14)

  1. Carissa Pittman
  2. Amy Hughes
  3. Riley Shockey
  4. Tyler Kress
  5. Drake Yoder

 

Junior Showmanship (11 and under)

  1. Reagan Shockey
  2. Jacob Howman
  3. Madicyn Rupp
  4. Delilah Turon
  5. Anna Headings
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2019 Junior Market Lamb Sale

 

All exhibitors in the 2019 Market Lamb Sale got at least $1,565 with contributions from the Ohio Sheep Improvement Association and LEAD Council including Beatty Club Lambs and Show Circuit Online Sales, Johnson Show Lambs – Allen and Christy Johnson, Kalmbach Feeds – Formula of Champions, Show Stock Secrets, Show-Rite Feeds, Heritage Cooperative Show Supplies, Weaver Leather Livestock, Mid-States Wool Growers, Inc., Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, Apex Clean Energy, Kalmbach Feeds, Evans Farms, Umbarger Feeds, Fowler Southdowns, Stillwater Farm, Yoder Club Lambs, Indian Summer Farm – Roger, Holly, and Adam High, Reynolds Club Lambs, H/C Club Lambs, Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, Champion Choice Camps, Mya Carrick, Alpha and Omega Genetics, Team Waz Club Lambs.

 

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2019 Ohio State Fair Junior Market Lamb Show results

 

 

Photos by Zach Parrott

2019 Ohio State Fair Junior Market Lamb Show

July 24, 2019

Judge: Brian Reilly, Wisconsin

 

Hampshire

Champ: Paige Pence, Clark Co.

Res. Champ: Grant Johnson, Wayne Co.

 

Shropshire

Champ: Jada Shroyer, Logan Co.

Res. Champ: Marshall Miller, Tuscarawas Co.

 

Southdowns

Champion: Nora Jackson, Tuscarawas Co.

Res. Champion: Elizabeth Shatto, Shelby Co.

 

Suffolk

Champion: Jordan Collom, Clinton Co.

Res. Champion: Lindsey Overmeyer, Lucas Co.

 

Dorset

Champion: Addilyn Bryant, Ashland

Res. Champion: Brynn Shearer, Wayne Co.

 

Oxford

Champion: Madison Shatto, Shelby Co.

Res. Champion: Brynn Shearer, Wayne Co.

 

AOB

Champion: Jacob Roeth, Miami Co.

Res. Champion: Margo Sturgis, Wayne Co.

 

White face cross

Champion: Elizabeth Shatto, Shelby Co.

Res. Champion: Cale McCracken, Portage Co.

 

Natural Colored

Champion: Paige Pence, Clark Co.

Res. Champion: Caleb Stone, Miami Co.

 

Grade

Champ: Dalton Cunningham, Madison Co.

Res. Champ: Erin Dilger-Lawrence, Licking Co.

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2019 Ohio State Fair butter sculpture celebrates Apollo 11’s 50th

The 2019 Ohio State Fair butter sculpture was unveiled Tuesday, and the highly anticipated mystery was revealed to be a salute to the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, famously led by Ohioan Neil Armstrong. Watch more in this video with Ohio Ag Net’s Joel Penhorwood as American Dairy Association Mideast’s Jenny Hubble, plus sculptor Alex Balz, comments on this year’s unique attraction.

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Showing at the Ohio State Fair is about the experience

By Matt Reese

Banners are nice. Success is great. But really, at the end of each Ohio State Fair, it is really about the experience, lessons learned and the people. Though Caroline Winter from Pickaway County has had some success in showmanship and breed shows, those are not the first things she shares about what she loves about the Ohio State Fair.

“I have been showing since I could walk. I love hanging out with my friends who are also my competitors,” the 17-year-old said. “In the show ring we compete, but if my friend beats me, I don’t hold it against them. Whatever happens in the show ring, we go get ice cream or play a game of cards — a very competitive game of cards.

“Spoons is my favorite card game at the State Fair. We’ll get a big game going and it is a lot of fun. And, for the ice cream, you have to go at the right time because if you don’t the line is wrapping around the building.

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Farm Bureau, partners unveil redesigned 2019 Land and Living exhibit at Ohio State Fair

One of this year’s must see attractions at the Ohio State Fair, July 24 to Aug. 4, will be the newly redesigned, highly interactive Land and Living exhibit featuring agriculture education activities the whole family can enjoy. Visitors to the Nationwide Donahey Land & Living Building will get in-depth, hands-on lessons about farming, food and high-tech agriculture.

Visitors to the exhibit will learn about how animals are cared for on the farm. They will also see how science and technology are helping farmers produce safe food while enhancing environmental resources, how scientists are researching solutions to the biggest food and farming challenges and how young people can have careers in agriculture. Ohio State University’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences will have a major presence at the building this year, where research and careers in agriculture will be featured messages.

Another new exhibit is a sow birthing center brought to the fair by the Ohio Pork Council.

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Watch LIVE the 2019 Ohio State Fair Jr. Market Goat Final Drive

Watch here the 2019 Ohio State Fair Jr. Market Goat Final Drive. If you’re having issues watching this video, please refresh the page or click this link to watch it on our Facebook page.

 

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Jada Shroyer – Grand Champion Market Goat

Paige Pence – Reserve Champion Market Goat

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2019 Ohio State Fair Jr. Dairy Goat Show

Judge: Yvonne Blosser, Ohio

 

Senior Showmanship (15-18 yrs)

  1. Alexandrea Stewart, Chillicothe
  2. Seth Blake, Newark

 

Intermediate Showmanship (12-14 yrs)

  1. Hope Mann, Celina
  2. Ryan Shoemaker, Winchester

Junior Showmanship (8-11 yrs)

  1. William Dearing, Frazeysburg
  2. Addyson Stewart, Chillicothe

Grand Champion Alpine

Wyatt Baer, Kinsman

Reserve Champion Alpine

Wyatt Baer, Kinsman

Grand Champion LaMancha

Keagan Stewart, Chillicothe

Reserve Champion LaMancha

Margaret Donkin, New Waterford

Grand Champion AOB

Hope Mann, Celina

Reserve Champion AOB

Hope Mann, Celina

Grand Champion Nubian

Courtney Hubbard, Cortland

Reserve Champion Nubian

Courtney Hubbard, Cortland

Grand Champion Recorded Grade

Logan Lucas, Johnstown

Reserve Champion Recorded Grade

Wyatt Baer, Kinsman

Grand Champion Saanen

Lauren Gottfried, Tiffin

Reserve Champion Saanen

Taylor Gottfried, Tiffin

Grand Champion Toggenburg

Seth Blake, Newark

Reserve Champion Toggenburg

Logan Lucas, Johnstown

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2019 Ohio State Fair Junior Market Goat Show

July 20, 2019

Judge Mark Hoge, Illinois

Lightweight

Champ. Madison Gilbert, Clinton Co. (Class 4 winner)

Res. Tiffany Sunday, Pickaway Co. (Class 4 second)

Middleweight

Champ: Jada Shroyer, Logan Co. (Class 8 winner)

Res. Paige Pence, Clark Co. (Class 7 winner)

Heavyweight

Champ: Jada Shroyer, Logan Co. (Class 11 winner)

Res. Paige Pence, Clark Co. (Class 11 Second)

 

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Outdoors opps at the State Fair

By Dan Armitage, host of Buckeye Sportsman, Ohio’s longest running outdoor radio show

With the state fair opening Wednesday, July 24, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) begins welcoming folks to the Natural Resources Park with free interactive exhibits and displays. Located in the southeast corner of the state fairgrounds, the park will be open from 11-7 daily through Sunday, August 4.

Two wildlife buildings that made their debut at the 2017 Ohio State Fair include the Wild Ohio Shooting Range, which houses archery and air gun ranges for all ages. The second is the Fish Ohio Building, a redesigned fish house where Division of Wildlife staff offer fish filleting and cooking demonstrations. The building also houses refrigerated storage to temporarily hold fish caught in the youth fishing area until kids are ready to pick them up and take them home.

Another popular attraction is the Scenic Rivers touch pool, which contains many of Ohio’s native macro invertebrate species, plus a few crayfish and small stream fish.

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Ohio State Fair coverage slated

Ohio Ag Net and Ohio’s Country Journal have partnered with Kalmbach Feeds to “feed you the results first” with facebook live streaming of the final drives from the goat, sheep, poultry  swine, and beef shows. The junior fair broadcast schedule is:

  • Goats – Saturday, July 20th – Approximately 4:30pm
  • Sheep – Wednesday, July 24th – Approximately 4:00pm
  • Poultry – Thursday, August 1st – Approximately 3:00pm
  • Swine – Saturday, August 3rd – Approximately 5:00pm
  • Beef – Saturday, August 3rd – Approximately 5:00pm

Also again this year, the draft horse and pony show will be live streamed July 29th through August 2nd, including the Governor’s Cup. Each broadcast will begin around 5:00pm.

The week’s coverage will wrap up with the Sale of Champions, broadcast live on the Ohio Channel and on our Facebook page at 2:00pm.

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