MARYSVILLE, Ohio – The eighth Ohio Cattlemen’s Association Junior Steer and Heifer Show had a record breaking year with over 780 head entered in the show.
The event also featured a new category of market heifers, and there were 15 head entered in this new division. Chris Skaggs of Texas judged the steer show and Mark McCully of Ohio judged the heifers.
The champions are as follows:
Grand champion, Megan Weisel of Stark County and reserve champion, Hannah Nelson of Guernsey County
Champion Angus, Weisel and reserve Angus, Jenna Gilbert of Darke County
Champion Chianina, Hannah Nelson of Guernsey County and reserve Chianina, Logan Fenton of Adams County
Champion Hereford, Kevin Ernst of Butler County and reserve Hereford, Jenny Beanblossom of Darke County
Champion Limousin, Kaitlin Day of Erie County and reserve Limousin, Dakota Day of Eric County
Champion Maine, Jennifer Bauer of Champaign County and reserve Maine, Candace Muir of Auglaize County
Champion Shorthorn, Heidi Bowman of Darke County and reserve Shorthorn, Emily Agle of Clark County
Champion Simmental, Katie Tignor of Stark County and reserve Simmental, Erin McKinniss of Montgomery County
Champion AOB, Sasha Dodds of Clark County and reserve AOB, Luke Detwiler of Union County
Champion Crossbred, Nick Hunter of Clark County and reserve crossbred, Amanda Mootz of Highland County
Grand champion, Clint Barnes of Fulton County; reserve champion, Matt Reed of Hardin County; third overall, Lindsay Smith of Marion County; fourth overall, Seth Kohnen of Mercer County; and fifth overall, WJ Fannin of Fayette County
Champion Angus, Gilbert and reserve Angus, Jody Gahler of Ottawa County
Champion Chianina, Ashley Bauer of Champaign County and reserve Chianina, Emily Kirby of Montgomery County
Champion Hereford, Corey Prosser of Knox County and reserve Hereford, Hannah Winegardner of Allen County
Champion Limousin, Danielle Gerstner of Auglaize County and reserve Limousin, Jeff Kinney of Huron County
Champion Maine, Ashley Harner of Mercer County and reserve Maine, Karie Hall of Guernsey County
Champion Shorthorn, Smith and reserve Shorthorn, Angie Barhorst of Shelby County
Champion Simmental, Brooke Druchenmiller of Seneca County and reserve Simmental, Katie Wetzel of Marion County
Champion AOB, Tiffany Burge of Wayne County
Champion market Heifer, Kayla Campbell of Greene County and reserve Market Heifer, BJ Barhorst of Shelby County
Champion Crossbred, Barnes; reserve crossbred, Reed; third crossbred, Kohnen; fourth crossbred, Fannin; and fifth crossbred, BJ Barhorst of Shelby County.