January 13th-15th, the Martin County Championship Club hosted the annual Martin County Junior Livestock show. All exhibitors weighed in on Thursday, the 13th, in preparation for shows on the 14th and 15th.
Friday morning the day kicked off with the Goat show. Patton Wagner exhibited the Reserve Champion Goat. Kinley McMorries also exhibited goats finishing 2nd and 3rd in her classes.
After lunch on Friday, the cattle show started. This year Prestyn Borgstedt exhibited the Grand Champion Steer and Nayce McMorries exhibited the Reserve Champion Steer.
On Saturday, Ashlynn Peugh, Kailynn Peugh, Adalynn Peugh, Cal McMorries, Nayce McMorries, and Braylan Creech exhibited swine. Ashlynn Peugh won both Grand and Reserve Grand Champion.
At the conclusion of the pig show, rabbits were exhibited. Daniel Woodward exhibited the Light Weight Division champion. LaKoda Wells and Aliah DeAnda also exhibited rabbits.
Special Awards were presented at the Awards Banquet. Herdsman Awards are awarded to exhibitors that work hard in their respective barn. The Goat Herdsman Award went to Kinley McMorries and the Swine Herdsman went to Cal McMorries. Senior Swine Showmanship was awarded to Ashlynn Peugh and Junior Swine Showmanship went to Braylan Creech. Senior Cattle Showmanship was awarded to Nayce McMorries and Junior showmanship, Prestyn Bogrstedt.
Grady and Stanton FFA also hosted an Ag Mechanics competition in conjunction with the livestock show. Cooper Wallin was named Grand Champion and Skye Shock received Reserve Grand. Martin County 4-H also hosted a photography contest. Quint Harrell received Reserve Senior Photograph.
Great Job Wildcats and Good Luck on your next steps.