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N.D. State Fair 4-H Poultry Show Winners Named

Youth bring home awards from the 4-H poultry show at the State Fair.

4-H’ers exhibited 137 entries in the 2016 North Dakota State Fair poultry show held Sunday, July 24, in Minot. Fifteen youth competed in the showmanship division.

The poultry show was not held at the 2015 State Fair because of the avian influenza outbreak.

This year’s winners by county were:


  • Shae Lynn Johnson, Luverne, reserve champion, Senior Poultry Showmanship


  • Teralynn Brandt, Palermo, reserve champion, Breeding Bantam
  • Lily Obert, Stanley, champion, Duck; reserve champion, Intermediate Poultry Showmanship


  • Justin Edgar, Bathgate, reserve champion, Egg Production


  • Sabrina Dunlop, Rolla, champion, Egg Production
  • Wyatt Dunlop, Rolla, champion, Junior Poultry Showmanship


  • Job Bachmeier, Granville, champion, Senior Poultry Showmanship
  • Will Bachmeier, Granville, reserve champion, Breeding Standard Breed; reserve champion, Junior Poultry Showmanship
  • Wyatt Kersten, Max, champion, Breeding Standard Breed; champion, Breeding Bantam; champion, Pigeon
  • Kaden Korgel, Minot, champion, Intermediate Poultry Showmanship; reserve champion, Duck
  • David Scheresky, Des Lacs, reserve champion, Pigeon

NDSU Agriculture Communication - July 26, 2016

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Source:Jackie Buckley, 701-391-7113,
Editor:Ellen Crawford, 701-231-5391,
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