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2010 South Dakota State Fair 4-H Breeding Heifer results

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BROOKINGS, SD – Hyde County’s Cagney Effling won the grand champion breeding heifer title at the 2010 South Dakota State Fair.

Judge Shane Bedwell, Fort Collins, CO, chose Efflings’s Charolais April Junior Yearling heifer as the grand champion in the 15-division field. McCook County 4-H’er Adam Eichacker showed a Simmental Senior Yearling that was named reserve champion.

Caitlin Mack of Codington County showed the reserve champion in the Charolais division, with her March heifer. Shayla Swett, Charles Mix County, was the reserve champion in the Simmental division.

Weston Geppert, Davison County, exhibited the grand champion Angus heifer. Spink County 4-H’er Madison Styles exhibited the reserve champion.

Codington County exhibitor Halley Becking won grand champion honors in the Chianina heifer division, while Samuel Schaunaman of Brown County exhibited the reserve champion Chianina.

The Gelbvieh champion came out of the Early Junior Yearling class. Emma Cowan, Hughes County, exhibited the grand champion and Christian Hojer, Kingsbury County, exhibited the reserve champion.

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Chesney Effling, Hyde County, took home the champion Hereford award with a March heifer entry. Clark County’s Nicole Peckham exhibited the reserve champion.

Lincoln County’s Blake Sweeter showed a March heifer that judges named the grand champion Limousin, with reserve honors going to Union County 4-H’er Alexa Montagne.

Haley Ringkob, Bon Homme County, and Cadee Schelske, Jerauld County, won grand and reserve championship honors, respectively, with their Maine Anjou heifer exhibits.

In the Maintainer division, Brooke Begalka of Deuel County was at the halter of the grand champion, and Taylor Geppert, Brule County, entered the reserve champion.

Chance Popham, Hamlin County, entered the grand and reserve champions in the Red Angus division with his Early Summer Yearling and Early Junior Yearling heifers.

Turner County 4-H’er Samantha Schrag led her Early Junior Yearling to the grand champion position in the Shorthorn division. Hailey Becking, Codington County, entered the reserve champion.

In the Shorthorn Plus heifer division, Kingsbury County 4-H’ers Taylin Albrecht and Martina Albrecht exhibited the grand and reserve champions, respectively, from the April Junior Yearling class.

Tate Glaus took grand champion Simmental Influenced honors with his March heifer, while the reserve champion honors went to Rebecca Naasz. Both of the Simmental Influenced champions hail from Brule County.

In the Other Registered Breeds division, Collin Amundson, Day County, showed the champion heifer exhibit.

Brule County 4-H’ers Shelby Kroupa and Payton Geppert showed April heifers that judges named the grand and reserve champions in the Commercial heifer division.

BROOKINGS, SD – Hyde County’s Cagney Effling won the grand champion breeding heifer title at the 2010 South Dakota State Fair.

Judge Shane Bedwell, Fort Collins, CO, chose Efflings’s Charolais April Junior Yearling heifer as the grand champion in the 15-division field. McCook County 4-H’er Adam Eichacker showed a Simmental Senior Yearling that was named reserve champion.

Caitlin Mack of Codington County showed the reserve champion in the Charolais division, with her March heifer. Shayla Swett, Charles Mix County, was the reserve champion in the Simmental division.

Weston Geppert, Davison County, exhibited the grand champion Angus heifer. Spink County 4-H’er Madison Styles exhibited the reserve champion.

Codington County exhibitor Halley Becking won grand champion honors in the Chianina heifer division, while Samuel Schaunaman of Brown County exhibited the reserve champion Chianina.

The Gelbvieh champion came out of the Early Junior Yearling class. Emma Cowan, Hughes County, exhibited the grand champion and Christian Hojer, Kingsbury County, exhibited the reserve champion.

Chesney Effling, Hyde County, took home the champion Hereford award with a March heifer entry. Clark County’s Nicole Peckham exhibited the reserve champion.

Lincoln County’s Blake Sweeter showed a March heifer that judges named the grand champion Limousin, with reserve honors going to Union County 4-H’er Alexa Montagne.

Haley Ringkob, Bon Homme County, and Cadee Schelske, Jerauld County, won grand and reserve championship honors, respectively, with their Maine Anjou heifer exhibits.

In the Maintainer division, Brooke Begalka of Deuel County was at the halter of the grand champion, and Taylor Geppert, Brule County, entered the reserve champion.

Chance Popham, Hamlin County, entered the grand and reserve champions in the Red Angus division with his Early Summer Yearling and Early Junior Yearling heifers.

Turner County 4-H’er Samantha Schrag led her Early Junior Yearling to the grand champion position in the Shorthorn division. Hailey Becking, Codington County, entered the reserve champion.

In the Shorthorn Plus heifer division, Kingsbury County 4-H’ers Taylin Albrecht and Martina Albrecht exhibited the grand and reserve champions, respectively, from the April Junior Yearling class.

Tate Glaus took grand champion Simmental Influenced honors with his March heifer, while the reserve champion honors went to Rebecca Naasz. Both of the Simmental Influenced champions hail from Brule County.

In the Other Registered Breeds division, Collin Amundson, Day County, showed the champion heifer exhibit.

Brule County 4-H’ers Shelby Kroupa and Payton Geppert showed April heifers that judges named the grand and reserve champions in the Commercial heifer division.

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