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Youth Receive 4-H Round Robin Livestock Showmanship Honors

The top two showmanship participants from the beef, dairy, goats, sheep and swine shows compete in the Round Robin event.

Youth received honors in the 4-H Round Robin livestock showmanship event held Saturday, July 26, at the North Dakota State Fair in Minot.

The Round Robin events consists of the top two showmanship participants from the beef, dairy, goats, sheep and swine shows. During the event, contestants show each of the five species. Judges evaluate their skills in showing the animals, and the top two showmanship participants are selected for a special award sponsored by the North Dakota Veterinary Medical Association.

Judges for the contest were Lindsey Maddock, Tony Heins, Al Pearson, Cole Rupprecht and Joana Friese.

The winners by division were:

  • Junior division (ages 8 to 11) - champion, Kendra Myers, Katherine; reserve champion, Jamie Geyer, Lisbon
  • Intermediate division (ages 12 to 14) - champion, Lynsey Schmitz, Oakes; reserve champion, Kaitlin Geyer, Lisbon
  • Senior division (ages 15 to 18) - champion, Lacey Schmitz, Oakes; reserve champion, Jamie Lundquist, Hampden

The winners also are listed by county with name, hometown and placing:

Cavalier

  • Jamie Lundquist, Hampden, reserve champion, Senior Livestock Showmanship

Dickey

  • Lacey Schmitz, Oakes, champion, Senior Livestock Showmanship
  • Lynsey Schmitz, Oakes, champion, Intermediate Livestock Showmanship

Ransom

  • Jamie Geyer, Lisbon, reserve champion, Junior Livestock Showmanship
  • Kaitlin Geyer, Lisbon, reserve champion, Intermediate Livestock Showmanship
  • Kendra Myers, Katherine, champion, Junior Livestock Showmanship

For more information, contact your county office of the NDSU Extension Service. Photos and cutlines may be available at www.ag.ndsu.edu/gallery. Check your email for the username and password to access this site.

NDSU Agriculture Communication - July 28, 2014

Source:Dean Aakre, (701) 852-4974, dean.aakre@ndsu.edu
Writer:Jackie Buckley, (701) 391-7113, jackie.buckley@ndsu.edu
Editor:Ellen Crawford, (701) 231-5391, ellen.crawford@ndsu.edu
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