Youth stand out at steer show

Published 10:20 pm Friday, October 28, 2011

DECATUR COUNTY Fall Festival and Fair Beef Cattle Show showmanship winners get together with Decatur County Fall Festival and Fair Beef Cattle Show judge Todd Creech in front of the Bainbridge Decatur County Chamber of Commerce banner. From left, senior showmanship winner Will Bius, intermediate showmanship winner Chelsea Lynn, junior showmanship winner John Dean Daniels and judge Creech.

Jacob Hall and Chelsea Lynn showed the grand champion steer and grand champion commercial heifer at Thursday night’s Decatur County Fall Festival and Fair Beef Cattle Show.
The show, sponsored by the Bainbridge-Decatur County Chamber of Commerce and held at the Cloud Livestock Pavilion, was judged by Thomasville High School Future Farmers of America Chapter Advisor Todd Creech.
It included 14 registered heifers, five commercial heifers and 13 steers.
Hall is the son of Karla Hall of Decatur County. Lynn is the daughter of Susan and Turner Lynn of Decatur County.
The grand champion registered heifer was shown by Morgan McClellan, daughter of Anita and Steve McClellan of Seminole County.
The reserve champion steer was shown by John Dean Daniels, son of Dean and Lisa Daniels of Mitchell County. The reserve champion commercial heifer was shown by Katie Adams, daughter Karen and Ken Adams of Grady County.
The reserve champion registered heifer was shown by Will Bius, son of Martin and Denise Bius of Decatur County.
Showmanship winners were John Dean Daniels in the junior class for fourth through sixth graders, Chelsea Lynn in the intermediate class for seventh through ninth graders, and Will Bius in the senior class for 10th through 12th graders.

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