Cuming County 4-H members had another very successful year at the Nebraska State Fair that was held in Grand Island. Larry Howard, UNL Extension Educator in Cuming County, said 62 Cuming County 4-H exhibitors showed 120 animals at the livestock shows.
Sutton Bellar showed the reserve champion commercial breeding heifer, and Katlyn Ahrens showed the reserve champion Maine Anjou breeding heifer.
Sydney Williams exhibited the reserve champion Simmental breeding heifer, and Megan Schroeder placed sixth in the Intermediate beef showmanship contest.
In the swine show, Nathan Groth finished 10th in the Senior swine showmanship event.
Hunter Schroeder was named the Elite Showmanship champion by placing first in the swine, sheep and interview events of that contest.
Joshua Sebade showed the Best of Show in the rabbit show. His rabbit was also the best of breed-New Zealand and best commercial rabbit. Joshua also showed the best of breed-Netherland Dwarf.
Evie Schlickbernd showed the best opposite in the Mini Satin breed.
Alexandria Breitkreutz showed the best of breed & best opposite of the Havana breed. She was also the Senior champion rabbit showman.
Adrianna Meiergerd was the Intermediate champion rabbit showman.
For complete results, pick up the September 18 West Point News, or call 372-2461 to subscribe.