Poweshiek County 4-H'ers bring home top awards and honors at the 2022 Iowa State Fair.
Braxton Brand of the Sugar Creek 4-H Club received blue ribbons in Black Face Market Lamb and Intermediate Sheep Showmanship. Breckyn Brand received a purple with her black face commercial ewe. Breckyn also received a blue in Intermediate showmanship.
Kaylia Fuchs of the Poweshiek Pioneers 4-H Club received Res. Champion in division 3 black face Ewe, a 5thoverall, and 2- 1st place purples for black face ewes. A 2nd place purple for a black face market lamb.
From the 4 Bar H 4-H Club, Jackson Hutchinson received a purple with his speckled face commercial ewe as did Owen Kaltsas.
Olivia Latcham of the Poweshiek Producers 4-H Club received a purple for a white face commercial ewe and a blue with a black face market lamb as well as a blue in intermediate showmanship.
Dayton Mortvedt of the Sugar Creek 4-H’ers had a black face market lamb win Divison 3 Reserve Champion and place 4th overall with a purple. Also a Divison 5 Reserve champion placing purple. Two 2nd place purple black face market lambs and a purple in Intermediate showmanship.
Alea Bru of the Madison Moovers 4-H Club received Blues in Ranch Horse walk/trot and Barrel Racing (grade 7 – 9) a red in Pole Bending and a white in Flags.
Rylee Mauss of the Sheridan 4-H Club won a reserve champion purple ribbon with her halter gelding, blues in western pleasure and western walk/trot, reserve purple in showmanship (grade7), blue in trail and white in western horsemanship.
Brooke Conover of the Sugar Creek 4-H’ers received a Blue in Beef Showmanship grades 9-10. A Res. Champion in Maine-Anjou Market Beef, 2nd purple. Will Conover received a 2nd purple in the Charolais class.
James Gruver of the Sugar Creek 4-H’ers received a blue in beef showmanship grades 11-12 and a 2nd purple in Foundation Simmental.
Rylie Smith of the Sheridan 4-H Club received a purple for Showmanship grades 5-6. Her Charolais Breeding beef was named Champion and Supreme Champion with a 1st place purple.
Hailey Heishman of the Poweshiek Pioneers 4-H Club received a 2nd blue with her Doe under one year and also a Purple. She received blues with her meat goat wether and her market meat goat. She received purples in Sr. Showmanship and market wether.
Dayton Mortvedt of the Sugar Creek 4-H’ers had the Division III Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Doe placing first with a purple in the does under 1 year class. In the market class Dayton had a 5th overall wether receiving a purple and a Division Reserve champion, with a blue in Jr. showmanship.
Rylie Smith, Sheridan 4-H Club, received a purple in Showmanship and 5th place Honorable Mention. Her Breeding doe under 1 year placed first in Division 1 with a purple and 3rd Honorable Mention. She also had a doe under 1 year that placed 2nd purple and 4th Honorable Mention in Division II.
Peyton and Sawyer Tindle of the Deep River Helping Hands 4-H Club each showed a blue ribbon doe over 1 year of age.
Cameyon James of the Sugar Creek 4-H’ers received a 2nd place blue and 3 purple ribbons for his breeding hens, a blue 3rd place with his duck.
Cameyon James of the Sugar Creek 4-H’ers received blues with both his Duroc and Herford breeding swine.
Kinze Lacaeyse of the Poweshiek Pioneers 4-H Club received blues with her Yorkshire and Duroc breeding swine and a blue with her crossbred market barrow.
Leyton Lacaeyse of the Poweshiek Pioneers 4-H Club received a blue with her Yorkshire breeding swine and a Purple with his crossbred market barrow.
Rhylee Rodgers of the Sheridan 4-H Club showed 3 crossbred market swine receiving two 1st place purples and a 2nd place purple.
Anna Slagle of the Sheridan 4-H Club showed the Champion Chester White breeding gilt also receiving a purple with it. 2 other commercial gilts received blues. Her crossbred market barrow received a blue.
William Slagle of the Sheridan 4-H Club showed the Reserve Champion Yorkshire breeding gilt and also received a purple with it. His commercial gilt received a blue as did his two crossbred market barrows.
Rylie Smith of the Sheridan 4-H Club received blue with her Yorkshire breeding swine and her commercial gilt.
Aden Wolfe of the Sheridan 4-H Club showed a commercial gilt that placed 1st with a purple and Res. Champion Lightweight gilt, and a two others placed purple also. His Hampshire gilt received a blue as did his two crossbred market barrows.
Thea Larson of the Mighty Golden Clovers 4-H Club received 1st place blues in horticulture with her white onions, Swiss Chard, Eggplant, and Oriental Eggplant. 2nd place blues for white onions, winter acorn type squash, 2nd place red with her red onions. A 3rd place white with turnips.
First place purple with Green snap beans, and other garden crops. A 1st place purple and a blue in Jumbo vegetables for her tomatoes. 2nd place purpled for green beans, Swiss Chard, 3rd place purple with her standard eggplant. She also received several reds and whites with other onions, potatoes and cucumbers.
A 1st place purple with her Basil and a 4 herb collection as well as several blues with other herbs. There were eight purples and several blues in the Pepper, Tomatillos and tomato division also. Three purples in Vegetable combinations as well as other blues.
Rosalee Leasure of the Poweshiek County Junior Master Gardeners received a 3rd place blue with her red potatoes a blue with green beans, a red with tomatoes. 1st place purple with a cocktail size tomato, blue with cherry tomato, 1st place purple with County Vegetable platter, and a blue 1st year exhibitor award.
Slane McCue of the Mighty Golden Clovers 4-H Club received 1st purpled with his red cabbage and a county vegetable platter. A purple for cocktail type tomato. Blue for cocktail tomato and other vegetables, red for yellow onions and tomato.
Grace Schalmo of the Mighty Golden Clovers 4-H Club received a 1st and 2nd place purple for her County vegetable platter and first year exhibitor. A purple for cocktail tomato, blue for green beans, cabbage, and zucchini and 2 for tomatoes, reds for potatoes and beets.
William Schalmo of the Mighty Golden Clovers 4-H Club also showed horticulture with purples in County Vegetable Platter, Cocktail tomato, processing tomato, cabbage, eggplant and cucumbers. Blues in oriental eggplant, cocktail tomato, and reds in beets, onions, and various tomatoes.
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