|Local youth compete in State Fair livestock show and more|
|Written by Holyoke Enterprise|
Phillips County 4-H members competed in the livestock show at this year’s Colorado State Fair in Pueblo.
In showmanship competition, Austin Vieselmeyer took first in the market hog division and Kaylee Camblin won second in market beef.
Camblin also placed second in the market beef show and was a Junior Livestock Sale qualifier. Tyler Camblin placed sixth in market beef.
Vieselmeyer placed eighth in the market hog show, and Janna Smith earned sixth and eighth-place finishes in market goats.
Emily Atkins competed in the poultry show. She won first place for best of breed and best of variety for Japanese birds and second place for best of breed and best of variety for Sebright birds.
Tristen Roll competed in the shooting sports contest at the state fair over Labor Day weekend. In shotgun competition, he shot 40/50 in the trap contest, 27/50 in skeet and 20/50 in five-stand.
Phillips County 4-H program associate Kindra Plumb cited an omission from the State Fair project results which were reported in the Aug. 30 Holyoke Enterprise.
Molly Brown of Haxtun was a qualifier in the junior .22 shooting sports project.
Holyoke Enterprise September 13, 2012