FFA Breeding Swine Capture Top Honors in Iowa State Fair Show
August 19, 2017
Youth from across the state competed in the FFA Breeding Swine Show on Thursday at the 2017 Iowa State Fair.
Kelsey Pretz of Columbus Junction captured the Supreme Champion Commercial Gilt title while Spencer Mauss of Grinnell claimed the Supreme Reserve Champion Commercial Gilt title.
Additional results below:
Champion Berkshire Gilt: Emily Harold, West Branch
Reserve Champion Berkshire Gilt: Abigail Badger, Jefferson
Champion Chester White Gilt: Brennan Lynch, Boone
Reserve Champion Chester White Gilt: Tyler Frasher, Anamosa
Champion Duroc Gilt: Tyler Frasher, Anamosa
Reserve Champion Duroc Gilt: Bridget Fritchen, Packwood
Champion Hampshire Gilt: Bradi Bohlke, Kingslay
Reserve Champion Hampshire Gilt: Jada Rock, Wilton
Champion Poland China Guilt: Alexis Vroegh, Oskaloosa
Reserve Champion Poland China Guilt: Davin Brugman, Everly
Champion Spotted Gilt: Macy Marek, Washington
Reserve Champion Spotted Gilt: Dayton Brugmen, Everly
Champion Yorkshire Gilt: Carter Pokorny , Traer
Reserve Champion Yorkshire Gilt: Laura Yoder, Wellman
Champion Other Breeds Gilt: Grace Schlutz, Letts
Reserve Champion Other Breeds Gilt: Mikala Denney, Mediapolis
8) Grundy Center
10) West Branch
Frequently ranked as one of the top events in the country, 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. Annually attracting more than a million people from all over the world, the Iowa State Fair located at East 30th and East University, just 10 minutes from downtown Des Moines is Iowa’s greatest celebration with a salute to the best in agriculture, industry, entertainment and achievement. “Nothing Compares” to State Fair Thrills, August 10-20, 2017. For more information, visit www.iowastatefair.org.