Defiance County Fair Winners 2012
Winners from The Defiance County Fair 2012.
JUNIOR FAIR 2012 DEFIANCE COUNTY Livestock & Animal Show Winners �plus� 4H/FFA P r o j ect Winners Tuesday, August 28, 2012 Supplement to 7KH&UHVFHQW1HZV n2 Junior Fair Winners 7KH&UHVFHQW1HZV'HILDQFH2KLR7XHVGD\$XJXVW Brittany Conkey was the winner of the Shining Star award for Advanced Clothing Project; county winner and state fair delegate in Lawn Care and Self Determined Project; and county winner in Vegetable Gardening 2. The grand champion beef steer at the Defiance County fair sold for $2,100 at the junior fair livestock auction on Friday. The steer was raised by Emily Singer of Ney. Pictured with the steer are, from left: Jackie Singer of Medical Dictation Service, Brian Miller of Sherwood State Bank, Joe Radabaugh of Edon Farmers Co-Op, Jack Speiser and Emily Singer. The animal was purchased by Medical Dictation Service, Sherwood State Bank, Edon Farmers Co-Op, Jack and Michele Speiser; Billie and Barb Hug; Tom and Sandy Hug; and Nick Miller of Associates, Nationwide. /LVD1LFHO\ &13KRWRV CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL 4-H PARTICIPANTS Buick LaCrosse GMC Sierra 5IF/FX$MBTTPG8PSME$MBTT LOCAL 419-784-5252 OR TOLL FREE 1-866-784-5252 25124 ELLIOTT RD. � DEFIANCE, OH 43512 www.stykemain.com GMC Acadia 7KH&UHVFHQW1HZV'HILDQFH2KLR7XHVGD\$XJXVW Junior Fair Winners n3 The reserve champion beef steer raised by Mallory Peter sold for $1,300 at the Defiance County Fair. Shown from left are: Ashley Peter, Randy Eisel of Hicksville Grain; Randy Headley of H & W Automotive and Mallory Peter. Also purchasing the animal was Milan Center Feed & Grain. The grand champion dairy steer, raised by Kristine Culler, sold for $1,400 at the Defiance County Fair. Shown are, from left: Emily Culler, Ray Mendenhall of Archbold Equipment, Randy Eisel of Hicksville Grain, Brent Peterson of Jewell Grain, Joe Lucas of the Joe and Jana Lucas Family and Kristine Culler. &RQJUDWXODWLRQV WRDOO +-XQLRU)DLUSDUWLFLSDQWV1742 WKH 'HILDQFH $4LO,3/ :D907 &RQVHUYDWLRQ 'LVWULFW ;,385479 5RDG6XLWH &'HILDQFH2KLR 3KRQH n4 Junior Fair Winners 7KH&UHVFHQW1HZV'HILDQFH2KLR7XHVGD\$XJXVW Winners in their clothing projects for the Defiance County Fair include, front from left: Megan Breckler, county winner for Active Sportswear; Payton Hugg, county winner and state fair delegate for Sew for Others; Colton Saylor, county winner and state fair delegate for Sew Funl Madison Flory, county winner and state fair delegate for Tops for Tweens; Laney Hulbert, county winner and state fair delegate for Sun Dresses and Jumpers; and Chasity Kittle, county winner and state fair delegate for Clothes for Middle School. Back row, from left: Madison Skinner, county winner and state fair delegate for Loungewear and Shopping Savvy; Megan Wiles, county winner and state fair delegate for Dress Up Formal Wear; Lindsey Skinner, county winner and state fair delegate for Clothes for High School; Abigail Friend, county winner and state fair delegate for Clothing for Your Career and county winner in Dress Up Formal Wear; Gabrielle Friend, county winner and state fair delegate for Dress Up Day Wear and Frugal Fashion; and Hailey Baldwin, county winner and state fair delegate for Creative Costumes. Mary Sprow raised the reserve champion dairy steer at the Defiance County Fair, which sold for $1,250. Shown are, from left: Sprow, Ann and Gary Heater; Easton Heater and Amy Heater of Carpet Wholesale. At right, among the Shining Star award winners in Defiance County are: Linda Arend (left), beginner clothing project; Megan Breckler (center), intermediate clothing project; and Kaitlyn Rethmel, consumerism project. Congratulations to all of this year's winners at the Defiance Co. Fair We're your LOCAL Agency for Farm Insurance!! $MJOUPO4USFFU %FmBODF 0IJP Brodbeck Seed t Stine Seed Chemicals t Custom Application t Consulting GPS Soil Testing t 28% t NH3 GPS Fertilizer & Lime Application Call Mike Cook, Joe Lucas or Rex Oskey at 419-658-8423 05080 Wonderly Rd., Hicksville 3KRQH)D[ 7KH&UHVFHQW1HZV'HILDQFH2KLR7XHVGD\$XJXVW The reserve champion dairy feeder at the Defiance County Fair sold for $800. Shown with the animal are, from left: Randy Eisel of Hicksville Grain, Ray Mendenhall of Archbold Equipment, Sara Culler (who raised the animal) and Eric Culler. Junior Fair Winners n5 Below, the grand champion dairy feeder at the Defiance County Fair was raised by Allison Engel. It was purchased for $950 by Dr. Kermit Erwin, Dr. Karen Reiter, Jeff and Paula Sprow, CNP . Shown, from left are: Reiter, Paula Sprow, Ryan Johnston and Engel. Winning a kiss from the Defiance County Fair queen Kaitlyn Rethmel was Chad Johnson of Nicks Flying Service. The winning bid was $300. DEFIANCE COUNTY JUNIOR FAIR We proudly salute all the participants of Defiance County Programs and the n6 Junior Fair Winners 7KH&UHVFHQW1HZV'HILDQFH2KLR7XHVGD\$XJXVW At right, the champion dairy wether goat at the Defiance County Fair was raised by Kaylee Sauber. It sold for $800 and was purchased by Sauder Wo o d wo r k i n g . Shown with the animal are, from left: Kaitlyn Wiley, Martha Gerbers of Sauder Wo o d wo r k i n g , Sauber and Cheznie Keber. Below, Chief Super markets purchased the reserve champion dairy wether goat at the Defiance County Fair for $825. Shown are: Ella Keber (left), Troy Bowling of Chief Supermarkets and Claire Keber, who raised the animal. Winning special clothing awards were, from left: Megan Wiles, Lloyd and Doris Roby 4-H Clothing Project Award; Abigail Friend, Master Clothing Educator Award Delegate Senior; Payton Hug, Master Clothing Educator Award Junior; and Gabrielle Friend, Fashion Board Applicant Delegate. & ! - ) ,9 CHEVROLET � / & $ % ! , % 2 3 ( ) 0 3 6W5W:HVW+LFNVYLOOH2KLR 3T 2T 7EST (ICKSVILLE /HIO 72//)5(( 4/,, &2%% 7EST (IGH 3TREET (ICKSVILLE /HIO :HVW+LJK6WUHHW+LFNVYLOOH2KLR 4/,, &2%% 72//)5(( 7KH&UHVFHQW1HZV'HILDQFH2KLR7XHVGD\$XJXVW Junior Fair Winners n7 Roslynn Johnson (left) raised the grand champion rabbit meat pen at the Defiance County Fair. It was purchased for $500 by Karlstadt Machining. Shown with Johnson is Milan Karlstadt. The reserve champion boer wether goat at the Defiance County Fair was raised by Eric Rethmel. It sold for $700 and was purchased by the Defiance County elected officials. Front row are: Paul Westrick (left), Rethmel and Clerk of Courts Amy Gailbraith. Second row Commissioner Tom Kime, Treasurer Vickie Myers (center) and Recorder Cecilia Parsons. Back row, from left: Prosecutor Morris Murray, state Sen. Cliff Hite, Commissioner Otto Nicely and Tony Burkley. <RXGRQ�WDOZD\VKDYHWRPRREDDRUFOXFNWREH%HVWRI6KRZ of t s Be w Sho Best o Show f RU7ROO)UHH 1RUWK&OLQWRQ'HILDQFH ZZZGULYHEREHVWOHFRP 3528'6833257(562)7+('(),$1&(&2817<-81,25/,9(672&.$8&7,21 n8 Junior Fair Winners 7KH&UHVFHQW1HZV'HILDQFH2KLR7XHVGD\$XJXVW The reserve champion single market rabbit at the Defiance County Fair was raised by Rachel Whitman. It sold for $800. Shown, from left are: Ron Luderman and Herb Varner of the Sherwood VFW, Whitman and Jeff Whitman of the Ney American Legion. The champion boer wether goat, raised by Wesley Bok, sold for $650 at the Defiance County Fair. Shown with the animal are: Brent Peterson (left) of Jewell Grain, Bok (center) and Mike Schnitkey of Farmers & Merchants State Bank. Congratulations 4H & FFA Members WRWKH Desirae Mack raised the reserve champion poultry meat pen at the Defiance County Fair, which sold for $925. Shown with the animals are: Neil Curry (left), Mack and Charles Bakle. IRUDILQH SHUIRUPDQFHDWWKHIDLU The Jewell Grain Co. -HZHOO2KLR 1H\%UDQFK 2NRORQD%UDQFK 9LVLWXVRQOLQHDWZZZMHZHOOJUDLQFRP 145 S. Water St., Ney, OH 43549 1-800-962-9839 or 419-658-2324 7KH&UHVFHQW1HZV'HILDQFH2KLR7XHVGD\$XJXVW Junior Fair Winners n9 Above, Clark Retcher raised the grand champion single market rabbit at the Defiance County Fair. The animal sold for $1,150, with Retcher donating the proceeds to Neighbors in Need and Christmas for Kids. Shown, from left are: Brad Spitnale and Sharon DeLong of Citizens National Bank; Simon Miller, Retcher, Porter Retcher of Retcher Rabbits, Nikki Sweinhagen of HE Rudy Trucking and Rex Shreve of All State Insurance. At right, Wesley Bok raised the grand champion lactating dairy cow at the Defiance County Fair. It was purchased for $400 by Citizen's National Bank. Showing off the dairy cow are: Bok (left) and Brad Spitnale of Citizen's National Bank. Proud Supporters of Local 4H Programs! &$53(7:+2/(6$/(56 '(),$1&( 1$32/(21 %5<$1 ZZZFDUSHWZKROHVDOHUVOWGFRP 9$1:(57 %2:/,1**5((1 +2//$1' n 10 Junior Fair Winners 7KH&UHVFHQW1HZV'HILDQFH2KLR7XHVGD\$XJXVW Brittany Conkey raised the grand champion market goose at the Defiance County Fair, which sold for $900. Shown with the goose are, from left: Emily Singer, Brian Etchen of Nester Ag Management, Conkey, Randy Eisel, Hicksville Grain; Bruce Fackler , and Tim Turnbull of Hicksville Bank. Below, The grand champion poultry meat pen at Defiance County Fair sold for $624. Shown are, from left: Rita Wilder, Rebecca Meyer (who raised the animals), Amanda Meyer and Tim Moser of The State Bank and Trust Co. The grand champion pen of two market ducks were raised by Jonathon McCoy. The animals sold for $600 at the Defiance County Fair. With the ducks are, from left: Pete Schlegel, McCoy, Layne Sheets ad Jay Hornish of Farm Credit Services. 6HHXVIRUDOO\RXU*UDLQ )HUWLOL]HU&URS3URWHFWLRQ )HHGDQGODZQDQG*DUGHQ1HHGV .HQW)HHG'HDOHU .HQW6KRZ)HHG.HQW3HW)HHG3LQH:RRG6KDYLQJV 0DLQ2I�FH 7KH&UHVFHQW1HZV'HILDQFH2KLR7XHVGD\$XJXVW Junior Fair Winners n 11 The grand champion market turkey sold for $900 at the Defiance County Fair. Shown are, from left: Randy Eisel of Hicksville Grain; Commissioner Otto Nicely, state Sen. Cliff Hite, Abigail Friend (who raised the turkey), John and Connie Higbea of Higbea Embrodiery, Treasurer Vickie Myers, Commissioner Tom Kime, Pete Schlegel and Clerk of Courts Amy Galbraith. The Sherwood VFW purchased the reserve champion market pen of two ducks raised by Brittany Conkey at the Defiance County Fair. The animals sold for $600. With the ducks are, from left: Ron Luderman of the VFW, Conkey, Emily Singer and Herb Varner of the VFW. Rayann Clevenger (center) raised the reserve champion rabbit meat pen at the Defiance County Fair. The pen sold for $1,000. Here is Clevenger with the buyers Lea Rohrs and Judge John Rohrs III. TRESSLER PLUMBING 9170 SR 15 South, Defiance, OH *UHDVH7UDSplus 6HSWLF7DQN&OHDQLQJ5HSDLU &LW\:DWHU 6HZHU,QVWDOODWLRQ 6HZHU&OHDQLQJ 7UDLOHU-HWWLQJ 9LGHR&DPHUD SHOP 419-782-1256 TERRY 419-576-0301 DOUG 419-576-0302 CONGRATULATIONS! )DVW+RQHVW'HSHQGDEOH6HUYLFH n 12 Junor Fair Winners 7KH&UHVFHQW1HZV'HILDQFH2KLR7XHVGD\$XJXVW The champion market swine at the Defiance County Fair was sold for $1,500. It was raised by Garrett Crall. With the winning swine are, front row, from left: Molly, Aubrie and Garret Crall, Kevin Stuckey of Cooper Farms and Erik Wiegand of Milan Center Feed and Grain. Back row from left, Dennis Vetter of Arc Solutions, Randy Eisel of Hicksville Grain and Bruce and Tim Turnbull of The reserve champion lactating dairy cow at the Defiance County Fair was raised by Janelle Bok. The animal was purchased by Chief Supermarket for $350. Here are Troy Bowling of Chief Supermarket and Bok. SCRANTON INSURANCE AGENCY /LIH+HDOWK)DUP+RPH $XWR%XVLQHVV EARL L. CRALL$JHQW ERIC L. CRALL$JHQW 05449 S.R. 49 � Hicksville, OH � 419-542-8548 � FAX: 419-542-5019 7KH&UHVFHQW1HZV'HILDQFH2KLR7XHVGD\$XJXVW Junior Fair Winners n 13 The grand champion market lamb at the Defiance County Fair was raised by Colton Saylor. It sold for $1,150. Pictured are, front row from left: Emma Zeedyk, Evan Saylor, Colton Saylor and Brendon Saylor. Middle row, from left: Ron Wheeler, Brenda Wheeler, Jackie Zeedyk, Dayne Fitzcharles of Saylor Tree Service and Danny Zeedyk. Back row from left: Danielle Seip of Apache Dairy Bar, Ryan Zeedyk, Denver Zeedyk and Todd Wiles. M.W. CONCRETE SEPTIC TANKS SALES SPECIALIZING IN DECORATIVE CONCRETE DESIGNS )/$7:25.'5,9(:$<6 & 6,'(:$/.6322/$5($ %$&.+2(:25. 6721(+$8/,1* SEPTIC TANK SALES CALL MIKE WOLFRUM AT 419-395-1802 FOR MORE DETAILS The reserve champion market lamb at the Defiance County Fair sold for $675. It was raised by Natalie Hammersmith. Showing off the animal are: Hammersmith (left), Kelsey Johnston and Charles Bakle. 29737 Steinmaier Rd. � DEFIANCE n 14 Junior Fair Winners 7KH&UHVFHQW1HZV'HILDQFH2KLR7XHVGD\$XJXVW The reserve champion market swine, raised by Haley Clinker, sold for $400 at the Defiance County Fair. Looking over the swine are: Herb Varner and Ron Luderman of the Sherwood VFW, Clinker and Eme Sprow. Kaitlyn Wiley raised the grand champion lactating dairy goat at the Defiance County Fair, which sold for $600. Shown with the animal are: Erik Wiegand (left) of Milan Center Feed & Grain; Wiley; and Jay Hornish of Farm Credit Services. The reserve champion market turkey, raised by Kelsey Johnston, sold for $700 at the Defiance County Fair. With the turkey are, from left: Kyle Weber of First Federal Bank; Meghan Engel, Craig Becher, Johnston, Anthony Singer, Anita Rethmel, and Bethany Singer. Kaylee Sauber raised the reserve champion lactating dairy goat at the Defiance County Fair, which sold for $450. Shown with the goat are: Jesse Haver of Fairview Young Farmers; Allison Flory and Sauber. 7KH&UHVFHQW1HZV'HILDQFH2KLR7XHVGD\$XJXVW Junior Fair n 15 The grand champion pen of two market lambs at the Defiance County Fair were raised by Natalie Hammersmith and sold for $450. Shown are, from left: Hammersmith, Kevin Stuckey of Cooper Farms, Kelsey Johnston and Molly Hammersmith. At left, among the junior fair winners in Defiance County are, from left: Ashley Mack, county winner and state fair delegate for Cake Decorating; Lindsey Skinner, county winner for self-determined project; Trent Czartoski, county winner and state fair delegate for Arcs and Sparks-Welding; Abigail Friend, county winner and state fair delegate for Teen Leaders/4-H Club and for the Alcohol and Drug Abuse project; and Alicia Meyer, county winner and state fair delegate for Global Gourmet and Teens on the Road to Financial Success and county winner and state fair alternate for self-determined project. The reserve champion market goose at the Defiance County Fair was raised by Brittany Conkey. It sold for $750. Shown with the goose are, from left: Emily Singer, Conkey; Riley Lucas, Joe Lucas and Bryan Lucas of Innovative Ag Management. The reserve champion pen of two market lambs at the Defiance County Fair sold for $650. It was raised by Amy Rethmel. At the fair are, front row from left: Rethmel (left), Amy (center) and Erica Westrick. 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