Iowa State Fair

4-H Meat Goats Shown at Iowa State Fair Livestock Show

August 20, 2020

4-Hers received awards in the 4-H Market and Breeding Meat Goat Shows at the 2020 Fair Special Edition: Iowa 4-H and FFA Livestock Show held at the Iowa State Fairgrounds August 14 and 15.

Results below:

BREEDING MEAT GOAT

JR SPRING DIVISION

Champion: Brenna Wilkins, Cedar County

Reserve Champion: Sarabeth Decious, Marion County

3rd Honorable Mention: Brenna Wilkins, Cedar County

JR WINTER DIVISION

Champion: Taylor Decious, Marion County

Reserve Champion: Jadyn Joyce, Palo Alto County

3rd Honorable Mention: Adam Ahrendsen, Benton County

YEARLING DIVISION

Champion: Alexis Voss, Dallas County

Reserve Champion: Mckenna Herbold, Plymouth County

3rd Honorable Mention: Regan Middlesworth, Mahaska County

SENIOR DIVISION

Champion: Kaylie Fetters, Warren County

Reserve Champion: Taylor Adamski, Hamilton County

3rd Honorable Mention: Abby Bean, Buena Vista County

Grand Champion Doe: Brenna Wilkins, Cedar County

Reserve Grand Champion Doe: Taylor Decious, Marion County

3rd Overall: Alexis Voss, Dallas County

4th Overall: Jadyn Joyce, Palo Alto County

5th Overall: Sarabeth Decious, Marion County

MARKET MEAT GOAT

DIVISION I

Champion: Sage Voegele, Lyon County

Reserve Champion: Adam Ahrendsen, Benton County

DVISION II

Champion: Haley Lampe, Lee County

Reserve Champion: Fallon Finnegan, Benton County

DIVISION III

Champion: Jadyn Joyce, Palo Alto County

Reserve Champion: Taylor Brinning, Washington County

Grand Champion Meat Goat: Jadyn Joyce, Palo Alto County

Reserve Grand Champion Meat Goat: Haley Lampe, Lee County

3rd Place Overall: Sage Voegele, Lyon County

4th Place Overall: Taylor Brinning, Washington County

5th Place Overall: Adam Ahrendsen, Benton County

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The Iowa State Fair is the single largest event in the state of Iowa and one of the oldest and largest agricultural and industrial expositions in the country. Because of safety and health concerns, the 2020 Iowa State Fair has been postponed until August 12-22, 2021. In the meantime, smaller activities include weekend food events, livestock shows and other activities as allowed. For more information, visit www.iowastatefair.org.