Iowa State Fair

FFA Market Lamb Exhibitors Declared Champions

August 13, 2020

Champion honors were awarded Saturday, August 8, in the FFA Market Sheep Show at the 2020 Fair Special Edition: Iowa 4-H and FFA Livestock Show.

Champion Market Wether and Champion Market Lamb was awarded to Phoebe Sanders of Clarion-Goldfield FFA. Oliver Dies of Gilbert FFA claimed the Reserve Champion Market Wether and Reserve Champion Market Lamb titles.

The judge viewed 225 animals from 118 FFA exhibitors. 69 FFA chapters were represented.

Additional results below:

MARKET WETHERS

Champion Light Weight Wether: Phoebe Sanders, Clarion-Goldfield FFA (Clarion)

Reserve Champion Light Weight Wether: Dawson Brader, Mediapolis FFA (Mediapolis)

Champion Medium Weight Wether: Phoebe Sanders, Clarion-Goldfield FFA (Clarion)

Reserve Champion Medium Weight Wether: Oliver Dies, Gilbert FFA (Ames)

Champion Heavy Weight Wether: Ava Edler, West Marshall FFA (State Center)

Reserve Champion Heavy Weight Wether: Jaxon Kampen, Humboldt FFA (Humboldt)

Champion Speckled Face Wether: Taylor Sublette, Highland FFA (Riverside)

Reserve Champion Speckled Face Wether: Marshall Meyer, Williamsburg FFA (Marengo)

Champion White Face Wether: Jaxon Kampen, Humboldt FFA (Humboldt)

Reserve Champion White Face Wether: Ty Schoelerman, Spencer FFA (Everly)

MARKET EWES

Champion Light Weight Ewe: Mckenzie Niemeyer, Colo-Nesco FFA (Zearing)

Reserve Champion Light Weight Ewe: Shayla Seils, Crooked Creek FFA (New London)

Champion Medium Weight Ewe: Blake Ehler, Tipton FFA (Tipton)

Reserve Champion Medium Weight Ewe: Brooklyn Moehle, Mediapolis FFA (Mediapolis)

Champion Heavy Weight Ewe: Paige Zhorne, Grinnell FFA (Malcom)

Reserve Champion Heavy Weight Ewe: Quinn Byker, Sioux Center FFA (Sioux Center)

Champion White Face Market Ewe: Chandler Jahner, Pella FFA (Harvey)

Reserve Champion White Face Market Ewe: Zoe Duncan, GMG FFA (Garwin)

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