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2010 South Dakota State Fair 4-H market beef show results

Courtesy photoBayley Kroupa, Brule County, won grand champion 4-H market beef at the 2010 South Dakota State Fair with her 1,255 pound market heifer that qualified for the championship driver after winning the winning the market heifer division.

BROOKINGS, SD – Two sisters from Brule County 4-H, Bayley and Shelby Kroupa, took home grand champion and reserve champion honors, respectively, during the 2010 4-H Market Beef show at the South Dakota State Fair.

Bayley’s market heifer weighed 1,255 pounds and qualified for the championship drive after winning the market heifer division. Shelby’s 1,300-pound steer was the Division II crossbred steer champion.

Judge Shane Bedwell, Fort Collins, CO, evaluated 67 classes of market heifers and steers during the event.

Danielle Stoltz, Davison County, led her 1,225-pound heifer to reserve champion market heifer honors. Brent Nelson of Brookings County was at the halter of the reserve champion Division II crossbred steer.

In the Angus division, Camy Jo Kessler of McPherson County exhibited the champion steer. Tim Deinert of Davison County won reserve champion honors. These steers weighted 1,235 and 1,335 pounds, respectively.

Emily German of Miner County received grand champion in the Red Angus steer division with her 1,320-pound steer. Rebecca Leddy of Grant County showed a 1,345-pound steer to take the reserve honors.

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Chesney Effling of Hyde County was at the halter of a 1,330-pound Hereford market steer when it was selected as grand champion. Brown County 4-H’er Kelcy Schaunaman took home reserve honors in the Hereford contest with her 1,255-pound entry.

Kayla Schaunaman, Brown County, was awarded the grand champion Shorthorn market steer. Her steer weighed 1,255 pounds. Clay Osterday, Walworth County, received reserve champion honors with his 1,310-pound steer.

Douglas County 4-H’er Adam Lau exhibited the grand champion Shorthorn Plus steer that weighed 1,430 pounds. Amber Schnoor, Hutchinson County, received reserve honors with her 1,250-pound entry.

Victoria Albrecht of Kingsbury County won the Charolais division with her 1,330-pound steer. Reserve honors went to the 1,395-pound entry Tosha Opheim of Walworth County showed in this division.

In the Chianina Steer Division, Kirk Gilbertson of Codington County took grand champion honors with his 1,290-pound steer. Reserve champion Chianina steer honors went to Brent Nelson of Brookings County and his 1,290-pound steer.

In the Limousin class, Levi Vanderlaan of Lincoln County exhibited the grand champion steer that weighed 1,325. Cade Opheim, Walworth County, showed a 1,225-pound steer that judges named the reserve champion.

Garrett Kotalik of Yankton County exhibited the grand champion Maine Anjou steer with a 1,270-pound entry. Reserve champion honors went to Kyler Johnson of Minnehaha County with his 1,305-pound steer.

Colin Geppert, Brule County, was at the halter of the 1,375-pound grand champion Simmental steer. Brown County 4-H’er Harlie Malpert took home the reserve champion award with a 1,380-pound steer.

Brule County 4-H’ers Payton Geppert and Tate Glaus took home grand and reserve champion honors respectively in the Division I Crossbred steer contest. Geppert showed a 1,210-pound steer, while Glaus’ weighed in at 1,230 pounds.

Caleb List of Yankton County entered the Division III Crossbred grand champion, and it weighed 1,320 pounds. Ashley Beer of Lincoln County received Crossbred Division III reserve champion honors with her 1,385-pound market steer.

BROOKINGS, SD – Two sisters from Brule County 4-H, Bayley and Shelby Kroupa, took home grand champion and reserve champion honors, respectively, during the 2010 4-H Market Beef show at the South Dakota State Fair.

Bayley’s market heifer weighed 1,255 pounds and qualified for the championship drive after winning the market heifer division. Shelby’s 1,300-pound steer was the Division II crossbred steer champion.

Judge Shane Bedwell, Fort Collins, CO, evaluated 67 classes of market heifers and steers during the event.

Danielle Stoltz, Davison County, led her 1,225-pound heifer to reserve champion market heifer honors. Brent Nelson of Brookings County was at the halter of the reserve champion Division II crossbred steer.

In the Angus division, Camy Jo Kessler of McPherson County exhibited the champion steer. Tim Deinert of Davison County won reserve champion honors. These steers weighted 1,235 and 1,335 pounds, respectively.

Emily German of Miner County received grand champion in the Red Angus steer division with her 1,320-pound steer. Rebecca Leddy of Grant County showed a 1,345-pound steer to take the reserve honors.

Chesney Effling of Hyde County was at the halter of a 1,330-pound Hereford market steer when it was selected as grand champion. Brown County 4-H’er Kelcy Schaunaman took home reserve honors in the Hereford contest with her 1,255-pound entry.

Kayla Schaunaman, Brown County, was awarded the grand champion Shorthorn market steer. Her steer weighed 1,255 pounds. Clay Osterday, Walworth County, received reserve champion honors with his 1,310-pound steer.

Douglas County 4-H’er Adam Lau exhibited the grand champion Shorthorn Plus steer that weighed 1,430 pounds. Amber Schnoor, Hutchinson County, received reserve honors with her 1,250-pound entry.

Victoria Albrecht of Kingsbury County won the Charolais division with her 1,330-pound steer. Reserve honors went to the 1,395-pound entry Tosha Opheim of Walworth County showed in this division.

In the Chianina Steer Division, Kirk Gilbertson of Codington County took grand champion honors with his 1,290-pound steer. Reserve champion Chianina steer honors went to Brent Nelson of Brookings County and his 1,290-pound steer.

In the Limousin class, Levi Vanderlaan of Lincoln County exhibited the grand champion steer that weighed 1,325. Cade Opheim, Walworth County, showed a 1,225-pound steer that judges named the reserve champion.

Garrett Kotalik of Yankton County exhibited the grand champion Maine Anjou steer with a 1,270-pound entry. Reserve champion honors went to Kyler Johnson of Minnehaha County with his 1,305-pound steer.

Colin Geppert, Brule County, was at the halter of the 1,375-pound grand champion Simmental steer. Brown County 4-H’er Harlie Malpert took home the reserve champion award with a 1,380-pound steer.

Brule County 4-H’ers Payton Geppert and Tate Glaus took home grand and reserve champion honors respectively in the Division I Crossbred steer contest. Geppert showed a 1,210-pound steer, while Glaus’ weighed in at 1,230 pounds.

Caleb List of Yankton County entered the Division III Crossbred grand champion, and it weighed 1,320 pounds. Ashley Beer of Lincoln County received Crossbred Division III reserve champion honors with her 1,385-pound market steer.

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