County youth show livestock in Denver

RBC — Below are the results for Rio Blanco County 4-H and FFA members who showed livestock at the 2009 National Western Stock Show.

Market Lambs
Black-Face Lambs
Showed but did not place — Taylor Neilson of Meeker

Speckle Face-crosses of Wool Breeds Lamb:
11th place (out of 25 entries) — Morgan Neilson of Meeker with her lamb “Kiss”

Junior Market Lamb Showmanship
Intermediate Showman Division — Ages 13-16
Showed but did not place — Morgan Neilson of Meeker

Open Prospect Feeder Heifer Show –
Class #100A: Prospect Feeder Heifers born Jan. 1, 2008, and after:
4th Place (judge placed 16 head in the class) — Hillary Hayes of Rangely with her heifer “Lillian”

Open Prospect Feeder Steer Show –
Class #300C — Prospect Steers Born Jan. 1, 2008, and after:
12th Place (judge placed 18 head in the class) — Madison Shults of Meeker with her steer “1-H”
Class #300D — Prospect Steers Born Jan. 1, 2008, and after:
17th Place (judge placed 21 head in the class) — Anna Walsh of Meeker
19th Place — Nate Walsh of Meeker

Class #300E — Prospect Steers Born Jan. 1, 2008, and after:
5th Place (judge placed 21 head in the class) — Hillary Hayes of Rangely with her steer “Bruce”
12th Place — Madison Shults of Meeker with her steer “14M”

Class #300F — Prospect Steers Born Jan. 1, 2008, and after:
9th Place — (Judge placed 15 head in the class) — Maclaine Shults of Meeker with her steer “Jet”

Class #300G — Prospect Steers Born Jan. 1, 2008, and after:
9th Place (Judge placed 17 head in the class) — Hillary Hayes of Rangely with her steer “Frank”

Class #300I — Prospect Steers Born Jan. 1, 2008, and after:
12th Place (Judge placed 20 head in the class) — Maclaine Shults of Meeker with her steer “Turbo”

Class #300J — Prospect Steers Born Jan. 1, 2008, and after:
8th Place (Judge placed 16 head in the class) — Hillary Hayes of Rangely with her steer “Max”