Iowa State Fair

Exhibitors Take Top Placings at 2020 Fair Special Edition: FFA Rabbit Show

August 13, 2020

A total of 35 exhibitors from 19 Iowa FFA Chapters showed 237 rabbits in the rabbit show of the 2020 Fair Special Edition: Iowa 4-H and FFA Livestock Show held at the Iowa State Fairgrounds Friday, August 7.

Results below:

MEAT PENS

Champion Meat Pen: Jenna Simon, Boyer Valley FFA (Dow City)

Reserve Champion Meat Pen: Jenna Simon, Boyer Valley FFA (Dow City)

Champion Roaster Pen: Jenna Simon, Boyer Valley FFA (Dow City)

Reserve Champion Roaster Pen: Jenna Simon, Boyer Valley FFA (Dow City)

Champion Fryer Pen: Jenna Simon, Boyer Valley FFA (Dow City)

Reserve Champion Fryer Pen: Jordan Buscher, Algona FFA (Whittemore)

MEAT RABBITS

Champion Meat Rabbit: Jordan Buscher, Algona FFA (Whittemore)

Reserve Champion Meat Rabbit: Jordan Buscher, Algona FFA (Whittemore)

Champion Roaster: Jordan Buscher, Algona FFA (Whittemore)

Reserve Champion Roaster: Jenna Simon, Boyer Valley FFA (Dow City)

Champion Fryer: Jordan Buscher, Algona FFA (Whittemore)

Reserve Champion Fryer: Jenna Simon, Boyer Valley FFA (Dow City)

SIX CLASS BREEDS

Champion Six Class Breeds: Jordan Buscher, Algona FFA (Whittemore)

Reserve Champion Six Class Breeds: Erin Ryan, Crestwood FFA (Cresco)

Champion California: Jordan Buscher, Algona FFA (Whittemore)

Reserve Champion California: Jordan Buscher, Algona FFA (Whittemore)

Champion Champagne d’Argent: Erin Ryan, Crestwood FFA (Cresco)

Reserve Champion Champagne d’Argent: Nora Ryan, Crestwood FFA (Cresco)

Champion Cinnamon: Justin Kerian, Crestwood FFA (Cresco)

Reserve Champion Cinnamon: Justin Kerian, Crestwood FFA (Cresco)

Champion Flemish Giant: Bryon Hahn, Mediapolis FFA (Morning Sun)

Champion French Lop: Jaylin Vander Wiel, North Mahaska FFA (New Sharon)

Champion New Zealand: Jenna Simon, Boyer Valley FFA (Dow City)

Reserve Champion New Zealand: Jenna Simon, Boyer Valley FFA (Dow City)

Champion Satin: Emily Freese, Carroll Area FFA (Carroll)

Champion Argent DeBruin: Bryon Hahn, Mediapolis FFA (Morning Sun)

Reserve Champion Argent DeBruin: Bryon Hahn, Mediapolis FFA (Morning Sun)

Champion Checkered Giant: Jaylin Vander Wiel, North Mahaska FFA (New Sharon)

Reserve Champion Checkered Giant: Jaylin Vander Wiel, North Mahaska FFA (New Sharon)

FOUR CLASS BREEDS

Champion Four Class Breeds: Ella Schipper, T-55 FFA (Dike)

Reserve Champion Four Class Breeds: Cody Kerian, Crestwood FFA (Cresco)

Champion Dutch: Jaylin Vander Wiel: North Mahaska FFA (New Sharon)

Reserve Champion Dutch: Jaylin Vander Wiel, North Mahaska FFA (New Sharon)

Champion Florida White: Jason Gorden, Boyer Valley FFA (Dow City)

Reserve Champion Florida White: Jason Gorden, Boyer Valley FFA (Dow City)

Champion Netherland Dwarf: Jenna Simon, Boyer Valley FFA (Dow City)

Reserve Champion Netherland Dwarf: Lauren Chayet, Des Moines FFA (Des Moines)

Champion Rex: Caelan Engelbrecht, North Scott FFA (Davenport)

Reserve Champion Rex: Caeland Engelbrecht, North Scott FFA (Davenport)

Champion Mini Rex: Ella Schipper, T-55 FFA (Dike)

Reserve Champion Mini Rex: Hanna Bedwell, Interstate-35 FFA (New Virginia)

Champion Mini Lop: Nora Ryan, Crestwood FFA (Cresco)

Reserve Champion Mini Lop: Raven Mccabe, North Scott FFA (Long Grove)

Champion Holland Lop: Alison Jochumsen, Hudson FFA (Hudson)

Reserve Champion Holland Lop: Olivia Cook, Des Moines FFA (Des Moines)

Champion Polish: Kynlee James, Lynnville-Sully FFA (Lynnville)

Reserve Champion Polish: Caelan Engelbrecht, North Scott FFA (Davenport)

Champion Havana: Nora Ryan, Crestwood FFA (Cresco)

Champion Lionhead: Shelby Seddon, Agri-Power FFA (Bussey)

Champion Mini Satin: Cody Kerian, Crestwood FFA (Cresco)

Reserve Champion Mini Satin: Jaydn Niemeyer, Colo-Nesco FFA (Zearing)

FUR AND WOOL

Champion White Fur: Jenna Simon, Boyer Valley FFA (Dow City)

Reserve Champion White Fur: Colton Niemeyer, Colo-Nesco FFA (Zearing)

Champion Color Fur: Ella Schipper, T-55 FFA (Dike)

Reserve Champion Color Fur: Cody Kerian, Crestwood FFA (Cresco)

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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.