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Winners at the Prescott County 4-H Achievement Day

Prescott County 4-H Members showed calves at the Riceville Fair at Achievement Day. Judge Campbell McOuat of Brownsburg, Quebec, looks over the calves.

Prescott County 4-H members held their Achievement Day at the Riceville Fair on Sunday, August 28.
Judge for the day was Campbell McOuat from Brownsburg, Quebec.
Here is a list of the winners.

Novice Showmanship: 1st -Brier Smith; 2nd – Cooper Smith.
Junior Showmanship: 1st – Caitlin Allen; 2nd – Michaela Kunz.
Intermediate Showmanship: 1st- Megan Gut; 2nd- Kyla Baranowski.
Senior Showmanship: 1st- Rebecca Spuehler; 2nd- Ariane France.
Jersey calf class (all ages): 1st – Samuel Carrière with Carra Colton Bambi; 2nd – Alexa Maclaren with Conover Baker Maggie Moo.
Holstein Junior Calf: 1st – Brier Smith with Bonnie Brae Lyric; 2nd – Tucker Smith with Bonnie Brae Doorman Marlee.
Holstein Intermediate Calf: 1st- Ariane France with Bonnie Brae Ape McKenna; 2nd – Rebecca Spuehler with Redlodge Chip Alani.
Holstein Senior Calf: 1st – Megan Gut with S-S Holstein Cailo 2992; 2nd – Léa Keravel with Winright Doorman Elliot.
Holstein Summer Yearling: 1st – Becky Allen with Velthius Doorman Vivid; 2nd – Corey Larivière with Normlyne Farsano Silver.
GRAND CHAMPION CALF – Brier Smith with Bonnie Brae Lyric.
RESERVE CHAMPION CALF – Ariane France with Bonnie Brae Ape McKenna.
HONORABLE MENTION CALF – Tucker Smith with Bonnie Brae Doorman Marlee.

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