Stokes County Fair Livestock Winners


Tanner, Kayla, and Sarah Birkholz show off their commercial ewe at the Stokes County Agricultural Fair.


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There were 39 goats both market and breeding with 24 exhibitors at the 2016 Stokes County Agricultural Fair. Also included were 41 commercial ewes with 25 exhibitors, 54 market lambs with 27 exhibitors, and 50 head of cattle with 23 exhibitors. Winners this year included:

Meat Goats Showmanship (Senior) Grand-Kali Mabe, Reserve-Emma Grace Stanberry, (Intermediate) Grand-Josie Stanberry, Reserve-Amos Stanberry, (Junior) Grand-Addison Farris, Reserve-Kodi Godfrey, Market Goat – Grand-Eleanor Smothers, Reserve-Kali Mabe, Breeding Goats – Grand-Kali Mabe, Reserve-Colt Melton, Commercial Ewes Showmanship (Senior) Grand-Kali Mabe, Reserve-Tanner Birkholz, Intermediate Grand-Adam Brown, Reserve-Olivia Smith, (Junior) Grand-Ellie Smothers, Reserve-Coleman East, Commercial Ewes Grand-Tanner Birkholz, Reserve-Kayla Birkholz, Market Lambs Grand-Anna Hill, Reserve- Kali Mabe, Showmanship with Market Lamb Senior Anna Hill- Grand, Kali Mabe – Reserve, Intermediate, Jacob Williams-Grand, Clayton Leonard-Reserve, Junior, Eleanor Smothers-Grand, Coleman East-Reserve, Cattle Showmanship, Senior Nora Cave Grand, Emily Young Reserve, Junior Chandler Branch-grand, Chloe Lawson Reserve, Supreme Heifer, Emily Young with LCF Skeeter B234 (Red Angus), Reserve Chandler Branch with Sadie (Simmental), Commercial and AOB (All other breeds), Grand Champion-Karly Johnson with Bunny, Reserve Champion-Preston Cave with White Lightening, Hereford, Grand Champion-Chloe Lawson with HH Lady Encore, Reserve Champion-Preston Cave with PAC 320, Simmental Grand Champion-Chandler Branch with Sadie, Reserve Champion-Bailey Durham with Raven, Red Angus, Grand Champion-Emily Young with Skeeter, and Reserve Champion-Chloe Lawson with Lakina.

Tanner, Kayla, and Sarah Birkholz show off their commercial ewe at the Stokes County Agricultural Fair.
http://thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_Fair-BirkKids.jpgTanner, Kayla, and Sarah Birkholz show off their commercial ewe at the Stokes County Agricultural Fair. Courtesy photo
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