Purebred and Commercial Gilt Results- Plus a Conversation with Judge Kevin WendtTue, 13 Mar 2012 21:15:08 CDT
Here are the Purebred Gilt Breed Champions and Reserve Champions from the 2012 Oklahoma Youth Expo being held this week at State Fair Park in Oklahoma City. Pictured here is the Supreme Champion of the Purebred Gilt Show- the Duroc Champion shown by Ashtyn Ayers of the Oktaha 4-H. A total of 910 Purebred gilts were judged on Monday.
In addition- below the Purebred listings- we have the Division winners of the Tuesday Commercial Gilt Show as well. after the Commercial Gilt Show- we took the time to visit with the judge of the Commercial gilts, Kevin Wendt from the state of Ohio. Click on the LISTEN BAR below to hear that conversation where we talked first about the hogs he saw walk through the ring on Tuesday- and then about the kids- and what this experience means to each of them.
Remember- you can click here for our complete set of Photos on Flickr that includes all of these young people at the top of the Purebred Gilt show as well as the Commercial Gilt Show and a whole lot more pictures as well.
Grand Champion Purebred Gilt – Ashtyn Ayers, Oktaha 4-H – Champion Duroc
Reserve Grand Champion Purebred Gilt – Cole McKinney, Spiro FFA – Champion Yorkshire
Champion – Logan Holt
Reserve – Caleb Plett
Champion – Cooper Hill, Empire FFA
Reserve – Rhett Taylor, Okemah FFA
Champion – Ashtyn Ayers, Oktaha 4-H
Reserve – Skylar Denton, Atoka Co. 4-H
Champion – Ethan J. Norman, Davenport FFA
Reserve – Reece Gabel, El Reno 4-H
Champion – Mason Swinford, Morrison 4-H
Reserve – Baylee Borndran, Perry 4-H
Champion – Cody Day, Okeena FFA
Reserve – Ty Goss, Sentinel
Champion – Cole McKinney, Spiro FFA
Reserve – Emily Jackson, Hartshorne FFA
The following winners are from the Commercial gilt show held Tuesday, with 875 animals being shown and judged by Kevin Wendt of Ohio.
Champion Commerical Gilt: Lexi Beier, Perry 4-H
Reserve Champion Commercial Gilt: Paden Day, Mulhall- Orlando 4-H
Third Place Commercial Gilt: Phoebe Rogers, Caddo County 4-H
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