Extension @ Your Service: 4-H Goat Show placings

The 4-H Farm Credit Showmanship Circuit is well under way with 3 shows behind us.

Extension @ Your Service by Tiffanee Conrad

Extension @ Your Service
by Tiffanee Conrad

Richmond County youth have placed very high at each show, taking away lots of ribbons, trophies, and premium money.  Randolph County placings were announced several weeks ago and we now have the results from the most recent two shows:  Jordan Carroll won reserve champion with his doe and Coleman Berry won grand champion with his market wether at the Guilford County show; Savannah Shepard, Garrett Hamilton, and Toby Lunceford showed at Guilford County in the Cloverbud division; Coleman Berry won first and Savannah Chappell placed third in Junior showmanship; Jordan Carroll won first, Madelyn Chappell placed second, and Brianna Hamilton placed third all at the Guilford County show.

Stanly County hosted their goat and heifer show this past weekend and have submitted their showmanship placings: Tobey Lunceford, Savannah Shepard, and Garrett Hamilton all showed in the cloverbud division; Payton Smith placed second, Savannah Chappell placed third, and Coleman Berry placed fourth in the Intermediate division; Jordan Carroll won first place and Brianna Hamilton placed fifth in the Senior division.

All of our youth from Richmond County show meat goats, which is the most competitive species in the Circuit.

Submitted photo Jordan Carroll is currently undefeated in his senior showmanship age division for Circuit placings.

Submitted photo
Jordan Carroll is currently undefeated in his senior showmanship age division for Circuit placings.

The show schedule is listed on the Stanly County website.

Point rankings will be listed on the website very soon, if you would like to keep up with the results of this very competitive program. Jordan Carroll is currently undefeated in his senior showmanship age division for Circuit placings. Congratulations to Jordan and all of our Richmond County 4-H youth for a job well done!!

The next show will be Saturday, Aug. 23 in Montgomery County.  If you have questions about the Circuit or showing livestock, please call 910-997-8255.

Tiffanee Conrad is a livestock agent with the Richmond County office of the North Carolina Cooperative Extension. She can be reached at tiff_conrad@ncsu.edu.

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