Extension @ Your Service: Carroll, Smith, Berry lead showmanship efforts

4-H Farm Credit Showmanship Circuit placings have been submitted from the Lee, Moore and Chatham county livestock shows this past week. Richmond County youth once again placed very high at the show, taking away lots of ribbons, trophies, plaques and premium money.

Extension @ Your Service by Tiffanee Conrad

Extension @ Your Service
by Tiffanee Conrad

At the Lee County Fair, Jordan Carroll won first place in senior showmanship, Coleman Berry won second in intermediate showmanship and Faith Thompson placed fifth in intermediate showmanship. Tobey Lunceford showed in the Cloverbud division. Jordan Carroll won reserve champion with his market wether and his doe.

At the Moore County Livestock Show, Jordan Carroll placed fourth and Brianna Hamilton placed fifth in senior showmanship. In the intermediate showmanship division, Coleman Berry placed second, Savannah Chappell placed third and Faith Thompson placed fourth.

Tobey Lunceford, Garrett Hamilton and Savannah Shepard showed in the Cloverbud showmanship division. Jordan Carroll won reserve champion with his doe and Payton Smith won reserve champion with her wether.

At the Chatham County Livestock Show, Jordan Caroll won first place and Sarah Maske won fifth place in the senior showmanship division. Coleman Berry won first and Abigail Hamilton won fourth in the intermediate showmanship division. Eli Maske won fourth in the junior showmanship division.

Submitted photo Coleman Berry won many of the top awards this past weekend at the Chatham County Livestock Show. He is shown here with judge, Ron Hughes.

Submitted photo
Coleman Berry won many of the top awards this past weekend at the Chatham County Livestock Show. He is shown here with judge, Ron Hughes.

Garrett Hamilton, Tobey Lunceford and Savannah Shepard showed in the Cloverbud showmanship division. Coleman Berry won grand champion and reserve champion with his two wethers.

Tiffanee Conrad is Richmond County’s livestock agent at the North Carolina Cooperative Extension’s Richmond County Center.

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