Trophy to Junior and Senior Champions
To Test How Well The Lambs Have Been Raised To Lead.
|Youth Market Lamb Challenge Course|
|1st Place||Ashley Hardy|
|2nd Place||Sarah Richards|
|3rd Place||Cody Coutts|
|4th Place||Fred Richards|
|5th Place||Colleen Schofield|
|6th Place||Shaynen Schofield|
|7th Place||Beatrice Richards|
|8th Place||Nicole Schofield|
|Grand Champion Lamb||Cody Coutts|
|Reserve Champion Lamb||Ashlie Hardy|
|Honorable Mention Lamb||Sarah Richards|
RULES & REGULATIONS
The Grand Champion Lamb was raised by Cody Coutts of Chesley. A trophy was given in the memory of Robert "Bob" Crocker by Cindy Crocker Storer and family. The successful bidder for this animal was CW Repair.
The Reserve Champion Lamb was raised by Ashley Hardy of Farmington. The successful bidder was Calrae Farms.
The Honorable Mention Lamb was raised by Sarah Richards of Hermon and the successful bidder was Tiltons Auction of Corinth. The top price received was $2.00per pound with an average price of $1.75 per pound.
Larve Fagey, Treasurer of the Central Maine Sheep Breeders Association presented premium checks for the Grand Champion Lamb ($30), Reserve Champion Lamb ($20) and Honorable Mention Lamb($10).
Cody Coutts won the Senior Fitting Award and Senior Showmanship Award.
Collen Schofield won the Junior Fitting Award and Junior Showmanship Award.
The Challenge Course was won by Ashleie Hardy with Sarah Richards second and Cody Coutts coming in third.
The following people made this auction possible: Central Maine Sheep Breeders Association and volunteers of the Piscataquis Valley Fair Association.
Special thanks for bringing the scales to the fairgrounds to weigh the lambs; Jeff Tilton of Tilton Livestock Auction in East Corinth for serving as the auctioneer, the Piscataquis Valley Fair Association for providing the opportunity to conduct the auction; and the buyers who made this a successful auction.
If you are interested in participating in the Youth Market Lamb Show next year, please contact Wayne Schofield phone 948-3272.