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July 25, 2019 - 3:31pm
posted by Billie Owens in 4H, master showman, news.

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Congratulations to the Genesee County 4-H members who competed in the 4-H Master Showman Contests at the 2019 Genesee County Fair.

The 4-H Overall Livestock Master Showman Contest was held on Friday, July 19th, at the Genesee County Fair. The winners of the master showmanship classes in dairy cattle, beef cattle, sheep, goats, hogs, poultry, cavies and rabbits qualified to compete in the contest.

At the contest, Maggie Winspear was named the 2019 Overall 4-H Livestock Master Showman

The 4-H Livestock Master Showman class winners were:

  • Cavy Master Showman – Maggie Winspear
  • Beef Cattle Master Showman – Caleb Carlson
  • Dairy Cattle Master Showman – Amelia Brewer
  • Meat & Dairy Goat Master Showman – Clare Mathes
  • Poultry Master Showman – Teagan Mathes
  • Rabbit Master Showman – Amelia Brewer
  • Sheep Master Showman – Becky Kron
  • Swine Master Showman – Dillon Weber

On Saturday, July 20th, the 4-H Market Animal Auction Master Showman Contest was held at the Genesee County Fair.

The master showmanship class winners of the Market Animal Auction Lamb, Goat, Hog, Poultry, Beef Steer and Dairy Steer Shows competed in the contest.

Becky Kron was named the 2019 4-H Market Animal Auction Master Showman.

The 4-H market animal auction master showman class winners were:

  • Beef Steer Master Showman – Cole Carlson
  • Dairy Steer Master Showman – Carolyn Sybertz
  • Market Goat Master Showman – Clare Mathes
  • Market Hog Master Showman – Becky Kron
  • Market Lamb Master Showman – Brendan Pimm
  • Market Poultry Master Showman – Teagan Mathes

For more information about the Genesee County 4-H Program, contact the 4-H Office at [email protected] or 585-343-3040, ext. 131. 

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