Indiana County teen exhibits winning lamb, topping 230 entries.


HARRISBURG, Pa. — Garett Keith, of Indiana County, won the grand champion title in the junior market lamb show Jan. 10, at the 2010 Pennsylvania Farm Show.

Grand champion. Keith, with his 144-pound Hampshire market lamb, bested 230 entries for his first grand champion win at the Farm Show. A member of the Marion Center FFA Chapter and Northern Indiana County 4-H Livestock Club, the proud 18-year-old received this honor with his homebred Hampshire lamb.

Bob Hare from Winchester, Ohio, judged the show

Reserve champion

Delaney Carey, of Lycoming County, exhibited the reserve grand champion, her 134-pound champion Crossbred. This marks Carey’s first trip to winner’s circle after exhibiting at the Farm Show for five years.

The Junior Market Lamb Show winners were:


: champion, Aubrey Moon, Somerset County; reserve, Christopher Blackadar, Northhampton County;


: champion, Garett Keith, Indiana County; reserve, Danielle Duck, Clinton County;


: champion, Hannah Plotts, Clinton County; reserve, Abby Finkenbinder, Cumberland County;

Suffolk: champion, Kimberly Langhans, Dauphin County; reserve, Christopher MacCauley, Chester County;

Other meat purebred

: champion, Brock Plotts, Clinton County; reserve, Haley Plotts, Clinton County;

Lightweight crossbred

: champion, Megan Anderson, Bedford County; reserve, Ethan Stas, Westmoreland County;

Middleweight crossbred

: champion, Cassandra Braman, Bedford County; reserve, Megan Keller, Fulton Co.


heavyweight crossbred

: champion, Delaney Carey, Lycoming County; reserve, Chandler Carey, Lycoming County;

Heavyweight crossbred

: champion, Sarah Farley, Somerset County; reserve, Val Svonavec, Somerset Co.

Champion crossbred

: champion, Delaney Carey, Lycoming County; reserve, Chandler Carey, Lycoming Co.



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