Macy Collins — Goats–10th and 11th; sheep–seventh and 10th; meat pen for rabbits–10th and 11th; single meat rabbit reserve champion; junior breeding heifer–fourth in showmanship and champion shorthorn plus heiferTrey Morris — Market swine crossbreds–ninth and 10thTaylor Morris — Reserve champion Hampshire and seventh market swine-crossbredsTaylor Neilson — Taylor’s steer qualified for sale and sold. She also had a fourth-place lamb that qualified for sale but chose to sell the steer. She had eighth- and ninth-place lambs also.Kolbi Franklin — Grand champion Hereford heifer in the junior division and reserve Hereford heifer in the open showJake Smith — Market heifers–fifth. Jake and his partner, Sal Pace, also were reserve champions in the Governor’s Beef ShowAnna Walsh — Market beef–fifth, and market swine-crossbred–thirdStephen Walsh — Market swine–fifthJenna Walsh — Market swine–seventhMadison Shults — All-state livestock junior judging team
RANGELY — The Mak’in Bacon Swine Club of Rangely held its third meeting of the year March 25 at the Rangely community pens.
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In February and March the It’s Showtime livestock club has had two meetings. In the February meeting they elected officers: president Macy Collins, vice president Hadley Franklin, treasurer Montey Franklin, secretary Aimee Shults, reporter Charlie […]