Pipi's Pasture: Results from 2014 National Western Junior Livestock show


Two weeks ago, “Pipi’s Pasture” honored the 4-H/FFA members who competed in the 2014 Arizona Livestock Show. This week’s column honors the Moffat County 4-H/FFA members who exhibited at the 2014 National Western Stock Show.


Diane Prather

The results were as follows:

Junior Market Goats

Lightweights (80 to 82 pounds):

Jerica DeLong, 6th place

Mediumweights (87 to 89 pounds):

Jerica DeLong, 7th place

Mediumweights (92 to 94 pounds):

Andrea Maneotis, 6th place

Mediumweights (97 to 98 pounds):

Andrea Maneotis, 4th place

Heavyweights (102 to 106 pounds):

Andrea Maneotis, 8th place

Heavyweights (107 to 110 pounds):

Alexi Goodnow, 5th place

Heavyweights (111 to 125 pounds):

Alexi Goodnow, 2nd place

Junior Market Showmanship

Junior Showman (9 to 12 years of age):

Trinity Boulger, 6th place

Senior Showman (17 to 18 years of age):

Jerica DeLong, 5th place

Junior Market Lambs

Lightweight, Blackface Class (139 to 139 pounds):

Jerica DeLong, 10th place

Mediumweight, Blackface Class (146 to 147 pounds):

Jerica DeLong, 1st place

Heavyweight, Blackface Class (169 to 171 pounds):

Jerica DeLong, 5th place

Heavyweight, Blackface Class (177 to 199 pounds):

Jerica DeLong, 7th place

Junior Market Swine Show

Yorkshires (280 pounds):

Andrea Maneotis, 4th place

Medium Crossbreds (252 to 256 pounds):

Andrea Maneotis, 7th place

Open Prospect Show, steers born Jan. 1, 2013, and later

Class 8, Division 2:

Andrea Maneotis, 5th place

Payton Voloshin, 6th place

Class 11, Division 3:

Katia Voloshin, 12th place

Class 12, Division 3:

Brice White, 12th place

Class 13, Division 4:

Andrea Maneotis, 3rd place

Brice White, 7th place

Class 15, Division 4:

Brice White, 12th place

Class 20, Division 5:

Mackenzie Camblin, 3rd place

Open Prospect Show, heifers born Jan. 1, 2013, and later

Class 4:

Mackenzie Camblin, 7th place

Class 10:

Mackenzie Camblin, 10th place

Jerica DeLong’s first-place market lamb qualified for the National Western Junior Livestock Sale. The lamb was purchased by Wagner Equipment.

Also, Moffat County 4-H member Grady Anson was selected to participate in the National Western Catch-a-Calf contest during Stock Show, and he caught a calf. He will get his calf later this spring, feed the calf, and show it at the 2015 Catch-a-Calf Show during next year’s Stock Show. Grady is 12 years old. His parents are Mike and Mardi Anson, of Craig.

Congratulations to all of these young people for their hard work and achievements!

Copyright Diane Prather, 2014


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