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Sadie Wynn of Newcastle 4-H Earns Grand Champion Market Steer Honors with Her Crossbred Steer

Thu, 17 Mar 2022 21:01:18 CDT

Sadie Wynn of Newcastle 4-H Earns Grand Champion Market Steer Honors with Her Crossbred Steer The Grand Drive of the 2022 Oklahoma Youth Expo with the Grand Champion Market Steer drive on Thursday evening.


The Grand Champion Market Steer for 2022 is the Crossbred Steer Champ shown by Sadie Wynn of Newscastle 4-H.


Reserve Grand Champion Market Steer was the Reserve Crossbred Champion Steer- shown by Ladd Turner of Amber Pocasset 4-H.


The Bronze Medallion Steer saw judge Jack Ward go to the Crossbred division one more time and picking Colby Kokojon of Drummond FFA- the third overall Crossbred Steer.




Just ahead of the Grand Drive, Oklahoma Farm Report's Ron Hays sat down with Steer Judge Jack Ward to talk about the show- the kids and the animals- check out the thoughts of Jack Ward by clicking on the LISTEN BAR below.



Here are the Champions and Reserve Champions in the Market Steer Show:


Champion Angus
Adam Creason, Balko FFA

Champion Charolais
Madilyn Norvell, Amber-Pocasset 4-H

Champion Chianina
Tristan Fields, Cleveland FFA

Champion Hereford
Mason Shout, El Reno 4-H

Champion Limousin
Jack Hornberger, Yukon FFA

Champion Maine Anjou
Parker Lockhart, Fort Gibson FFA

Champion Shorthorn
Emory Cowley, Morrison 4-H

Champion Simmental
Adam Creason, Balko FFA

Champion AOB
Aubrey Sturgeon, Burns Flat-Dill City 4-H

Champion Crossbred
Sadie Wynne,Newcastle 4-H


As for the Reserves

Reserve Champion Angus
Stetson Hall, Caddo 4-H

Reserve Champion Charolais
Chloe Sue McEntire, Cheyenne FFA

Reserve Champion Chianina
Charley Thrasher, Texhoma FFA

Reserve Champion Hereford
Kate Rogers, Moss 4-H

Reserve Champion Limousin
Ladd Turner, Amber-Pocasset 4-H

Reserve Champion Maine Anjou
Audrey Graumann, Weatherford FFA

Reserve Champion Shorthorn
Luke White, Guthrie FFA

Reserve Champion Simmental
Quinn Cowley, Morrison 4-H

Reserve Champion AOB
Ford Freeman, Altus 4-H

Reserve Champion Crossbred
Ladd Turner, Amber-Pocasset 4-H

The Grand Champion Steer will lead off the Friday Sale of Champions at the OKC Fairgrounds in the Jim Norick Arena.


Click here for the complete schedule of the 2022 OYE. The complete OYE website is available here.


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You can see all of our pictures from the 2022 OYE in our 2022 OYE Flickr album- available here.


Our stories from the Oklahoma Youth Expo will be located on our website within our Blue Green Gazette pages- and stories from this year and last can be seen by clicking here.






   

   

Ron Hays talks with Market Steer Judge Jack Ward about the 2022 OYE Steer Drive
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