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Taylor Canaday of Grangeville was the Round Robin Grand Champion Showman at the 2009 Idaho County Fair.
She was also grand champion beef showman and grand champion showman for horses.
Camille Schumacher, the grand champion market swine showman and was the reserve champion Round Robin winner.
Wyatt Thanstrom of Grangeville was the reserve champion showman for beef while Logan Schumacher of Greencreek was the reserve champion showman for market swine.
JoJo Thorsell of Whitbird was the grand champion showman for sheep while Sheyenne Stewart of Grangeville was reserve champion.
For dairy heifer Jessie Costa was grand champion showman while Kelsie Tidwell of Cottonwood was the reserve champion.
For horses, Selena Davila of Cottonwood was reserve champion.
For rabbits Cameron Angeny was grand champion showman while Spencer Connolly was reserve.
Jake Kaschmitter was grand champion showman for poultry with Emily Lane as reserve.
For market goats Kathleen Lusich was grand champion showman with Hunter Conolley as reserve.
For dairy goats Victoria Davis was grand champion showman while Chrysann Lusich was reserve.
In dog showmanship Kelley Turney was grand champion with Kristin Kaschmitter as reserve.
Turney was also grand champion for dog obedience with Jill Folwell as reserve.
In the quality awards Laine Pratt of Kooskia had the grand champion for beef while Jade Gutzman, also of Kooskia had the reserve champion.
In breeding beef Stephanie Jungert of Cottonwood had grand champion while Jessie Costa had the reserve.
In dairy heifers Bailey Cullin had the grand champion while Jessie Costa had the reserve.
In dairy heifers Damian McWilliams had the grand champion while Kylie Tidwell had the reserve.
For market lambs Silas Connolley of Grangeville had the grand champion while Brooke Schumacher of Cottonwood had the reserve.
For breeding ewe Brittany Filon had the grand champion while Victoria Davis had the reserve.
For market swine Zach Frei of Grangeville had the grand champion while Jared Higgins of Greencreek, had the reserve.
For rabbits Colter Renne’ of Cottonwood had the grand champion while Lauren Alfrey of Ferdinand had the reserve.
For dairy goats Sarah Davis had the grand champion while Hunter Connolley had the reserve.
For market goats Kathleen Lusich had the grand champion while Hunter Connolley had the reseve.
For poultry Maria Munger of Cottonwood had the grand champion while Lisa Gilmore had the reserve.
In the livestock judging contest Chrysann Lusich was awarded 1st place overall with Kelsey Tidwell 2nd, Sarah Davis 3rd, Lindsey Goeckner 4th and Selina Davila 5th. Top beef judge was Tidwell. Sydnee Kaschmitter was the top swine judge and Jessie Costa was the top sheep judge.
In the Rate of Gain Eric McHargue had the highest rate of gain beef steer at 5.03 lbs./day. Troy Lorentz had the top gaining lamb at 1.27 lbs./day and Kyra Arnzen had the top gaining market swine at 2.5 lbs./day.
Top junior Livestock Record Book award wnt to Mitchell Nuxoll while Adrianne Nuxoll was the top Intermediate and Julia Workman was the top senior.
Top horse record book award went to Camille Tosten.
Top senior Ag Demonstration award went to Tate Stowers with Julia Reardon receiving the intermediate award and Hunter Connolley the junior award.
Cottonwood Saddliers & Livestock 4-H Club received the 4-H Herdsmanship Award which goes to the club demonstrating the top sportsmanship, courtesy, stall and pen cleanliness and decorations.
Top Community Service Project Poster award went to the Valley Livestock & More.
Outstanding 4-H Angus Project Awards went to Taylor Wemhoff for highest placing Black Angus Market Steer.
Laine Pratt received a jacket from the Idaho Salers Association for the top 4-H Saler Beef Project.
Philip Spencer of Cottonwood received a trophy for the top Hereford 4-H beef project.
Keuterville Livestock 4-H Club received the award for highest percentage of beef projects.
Top Feeder Pig project awards went to Cody Frei, 1st place, and Emma Lyons, 2nd place.
Top Overall Swine Project award went to Camille Schumacher.
Top Overall Sheep Project award went to Brooke Schumacher.
Top Overall Beef Project award went to Laine Pratt.
Cody Schumacher of Greencreek received the Top Overall 4-H Agriculture Project award.
The Dave Klapprich Memorial Award, given to a graduating senior who illustrates the goals of the 4-H program, went to Jessica Munson of Kooskia..
Senior mugs went to Munson, Patrick Dickson, Jessica Filon, Britney Gehring, Camille Schumacher, Logan Schumacher, Melissa Stuivenga and Julia Workman.
Sale grosses over $200,000
The 4-H Livestock Sale at the Idaho County Fair grossed over $202,581.15 this year on 243 animals sold.
The 48 head of steers sold averaged $1.54 lb. and $1,880.00 per head for a total of over $90,240. The grand champion quality steer went for $2.60 lb.
The 104 head of lambs averaged $3.64 lb. and $469 per head for a total of nearly $49,000. The grand champion quality lamb went for $5.75 lb.
The 2 goats averaged $3.89 lb. and $365.25 per head for a total of $730.50. The grand champion went for $4.00 lb.
The 89 head of hogs averaged $2.76 lb. and $684.04 per head for a total of nearly $61,000. The grand champion went for $3.70 lb. while the reserve champion actually went higher at $3.75 lb.