69th Annual Chowan County 4-H Livestock Show and Sale
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The 69th Annual Chowan County 4-H Livestock Show and Sale was held on Tuesday, April 18, 2023 at the American Legion Post 40 Fairgrounds. Sixty-two Chowan County youth participated in the show this year. There were forty-seven hog exhibitors, three lamb exhibitors, and twelve goat exhibitors. We had three John A. Holmes High School seniors in the show this year: Joel Forehand, Sarah Goodwin, and Carson Ray!
In partnership with Chowan FFA and the Edenton Chowan Schools Exceptional Children’s Department, we were able to bring back our Barn Buddies Show this year. Before the show, students from White Oak, DF Walker, CMS, and JAHHS were able to meet and learn about the lambs and goats. Students were paired with a livestock exhibitor and together they walked around the show ring before being presented with a medal. Way to go Barn Buddies!
The livestock show began at 1:00 p.m. with Cloverbud hogs followed by hog market, Cloverbud lambs, lamb market and showmanship, Cloverbud goats, goat market and showmanship, and hog showmanship. Cloverbuds, youth between the ages of 5 and 7, gained experience in the show ring by answering the judge’s questions and walking their animals around. Youth ages 8-18 competed in both market and showmanship classes. Awards were given for grand, reserve, and third place animals in market competition and first, second, and third place showmanship in junior and senior divisions.
The Grand Champion lamb was exhibited by Jaiden Walters-Bradley. Jaiden was also awarded 2nd Place Senior Lamb Showman. The Reserve Champion lamb was exhibited by Treneria Smith. Treneria was also awarded 1st Place Senior Lamb Showman. Cloverbud, Felicity Layden, was the third lamb exhibitor.
There were five Cloverbud goat exhibitors: Aubrey Floyd, Tripp Leary, Carey Yates Parrish, Charlotte Parrish and Kade Schuyler. The Grand Champion goat was exhibited by Adrianna Parrish. The Reserve Champion goat was exhibited by Bella Parrish. Third Place goat was exhibited by Karley Byrd. Junior Goat Showmanship awards went to: 1st Place – Sadee Biggs, 2nd Place – Skylar Biggs, and 3rd Place – Bella Parrish. Senior Goat Showmanship awards went to: 1st Place – Georgia Parrish, 2nd Place – Amaris Oliver, and 3rd Place – Adrianna Parrish.
There were nine Cloverbud hog exhibitors: Sage Copeland, Fenlee Eure, Ty Evans, Michael Maleski, Jayden Nixon, Lane Nixon, Finleigh Pippins, Bentley Smith and Harrison Wright. The Grand Champion hog was exhibited by Joel Forehand. Reserve Champion hog was exhibited by Ellie Farmer and the Third Place hog was exhibited by Laine Goodwin. Junior Hog Showmanship awards went to: 1st Place – Trent Goodwin, 2nd Place – Hudson Evans, and 3rd Place – Jase Goodwin. Senior Hog Showmanship awards went to: 1st Place – Brayden Pippins, 2nd Place – Camryn Pippins, and 3rd Place – Morgan Nixon. Additional junior hog exhibitors included: Quinton Bond, Alana Brumfield, Ella Byrum, Mason Copeland, Lily Elliott, Sydney Eure, Ivy Evans, Trevor Lahr, Lacey Layton, Aubrey Layton, Graham Monds, Garrett Monds, Emma Nixon, Holton White, and Kenstyn Wright. Additional senior hog exhibitors included: Weston Bond, Levi Cepavicius, Chloe Chappell, Maliek Copeland, Harper Evans, Harrison Evans, Sarah Goodwin, Carson Lee, Ben Monds, Hannah Nixon, Wyatt Nixon, Taylor Overton, Carson Ray, and Layla Webster.
Leon Nixon Catering served dinner at 5:30 p.m. and the auction began at 7:00 p.m. Nearly sixty businesses and individuals registered as buyers for the auction. Brent Winslow served as the auctioneer, with the help of Alden and Michael Winslow.
Chowan County 4-H and the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Chowan County Center Office would like to thank all of the participants, parents/guardians, buyers, volunteers, sponsors and contributors for making the 69th Annual Chowan County 4-H Livestock Show and Sale a great success!