Wednesday evening the 4-H Swine Club held its annual competition at the Genesee County Fair, with members judged on their showmanship and the quality of their swine.
These pictures are from the showmanship contest, where members are judged on their ability to herd their hogs.
The awards went to:
Senior Swine Showmanship
- 1st place -- Mellisa Keller
- 2nd place -- Ben Kron
- 3rd place -- Becky Kron
Junior Swine Showmanship
- 1st place -- Cody Carlson
- 2nd place -- Hudson Weber
Novice Swine Showmanship
- 1st place -- Brendan Pimm
- 2nd place -- Chase Zuber
Melissa Keller won the Master Showman award.
Tonight is the annual 4-H meat auction. This evening, the Original Red Osier Landmark Restaurant's food trailer will be offering a pulled-pork dinner for $12, with 20 percent of all sales going to the 4-H Swine Club's scholarship award. It is given to a member who has shown sportsmanship and leadership during fair week.
Click here for a schedule of fair events.
Melissa Keller and Ben Kron competing for master showman by demonstrating for a judge their ability to herd their swine though a figure eight around a pair of chairs.