MeCrea Wins Iowa State Fair’s 4-H Market Show
August 24, 2017
Logan MeCrea of Mahaska County captured the highly coveted Grand Champion Market Steer banner in the 4-H Market Beef show Wednesday at the 2017 Iowa State Fair.
Reserve Grand Champion Market Steer honors went to Joseph Herr of Adair County.
Grand Champion Market Heifer honors were awarded to Hunter Lock of Jefferson County.
The Reserve Grand Champion Market Heifer was exhibited by Kade Killmer of Dallas County.
Dalton Shanks of Jasper County claimed Third Place Overall Market Steer, and Jake Knudson of Emmet County took home Third Place Overall Market Heifer. Kyle Andrews of Wayne County received Fourth Place Overall Market Steer and Ryland McCormick of Warren County claimed Fifth Place Overall Market Steer.
Additional results below:
Champion Angus: Carson Deppe, Clinton County
Reserve Champion Angus: Sarah Norris, Wayne County
Champion All Other Breeds: T.R. Putz, Marion County
Reserve Champion All Other Breeds: Brady Edge, Cedar County
Champion Charolais: Ryland McCormick, Warren County
Reserve Champion Charolais: Abby Badger, Greene County
Champion Chianina: Kyle Andrews, Wayne County
Reserve Champion Chianina: Benjamin Carlson, Webster County
Champion Limousin: Alex Faidley, Polk County
Reserve Champion Limousin: Carson Walrod, Webster County
Champion Maine-Anjou: Dustin Lund, Adams County
Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou: Ashtyn Danker, Pottawattamie County
Champion Shorthorn: Payton Gonnerman, O’Brien County
Reserve Champion Shorthorn: Braden Langhoff, Linn County
Champion Shorthorn Plus: Colin Henzen- DeCap, Scott County
Reserve Champion Shorthorn Plus: Tanner Henningsen, Story County
Champion Simmental: Emma Hay, Polk County
Reserve Champion Simmental: Tyler Loudon, Union County
Champion Crossbred Division 1: Logan MeCrea, Mahaska County
Reserve Champion Crossbred Division 1: Kassidy Bremer, Dallas County
Champion Crossbred Division 2: Joseph Herr, Adair County
Reserve Champion Crossbred Division 2: Dalton Shanks, Jasper County
Champion Crossbred Division 3: Gunnar Larsen, Guthrie County
Reserve Champion Crossbred Division 3: Kaden Wilson, Union County
Window A Live Champion: Makayla Clark, Des Moines
Window A Live Reserve Champion: Collin Bauer, Audubon County
Window B Live Champion: Hayden Holdgrafer, Jackson County
Window B Live Reserve Champion: Gavin Hertrampf, Clayton County
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.