Holy Cow! Jefferson County Fair recognizes dairy project winners
The Jefferson County Junior Fair livestock show brought about these winners:
Delia Wetherell, Liberty Gals and Guys had first place in intermediate heifer calf born between Dec. 1 and Feb. 26: Isabelle Bonecutter, Sunrise Lads and Lassies, first, senior heifer calf, born Sept. 1 through Nov. 30; Andrew Wetherell, Liberty Gals and Guys, first, with junior yearling heifer; and Isabelle Bonecuter second; Corissa Griffith had junior champion dairy; Emma Morrison, Friends and Neighbors, first, junior yearling heifer; Krystyn Jasper, Lassos and Lace, 4-year old cow, first; Corissa Griffith was the champion dairy winner.
Andrew Wetherell had the intermediate dairy showmanship; award; Delia Wetherell, junior dairy showmanship; Supreme dairy showmanship winners were: A. Wetherell, first and; D. Wetherell, second, in intermediate dairy showmanship. In supreme showmanship, A. Wetherell, first; Corissa Griffith, second; and D. Wetherell, third,Windy Ridge, senior yearling heifer; Emma Morrison, Friends and Neighbors, first with junior yearling heifer; Kristyn Jasper, Lassos and Lace, first with4-year-old cow; Junior champion dairy, Corissa Griffith.
Andrew Wetherell, junior reserve champion dairy; and Kristyn Jasper, senior champion dairy; Emma Morrison, senior reserve champion dairy. Corissa Griffith, grand champion overall; and Kristyn Jasper.
Junior reserve champion dairy winner was A. Wetherell; senior champion dairy was Kristyn Jasper; senior reserve champion was Emma Morrison; grand championgrand champion dairy overall was Corissa Griffith and reserve champion was Kristyn Jasper.
Andrew Wetherell and Delia Wetherell, brother and sister received intermediate and junior showmanship honors. They are members of the LIbertyGals and Guys 4-H Club and have been taking dairy projects their entire 4-H career.