Thompson’s project wins Grand Champion Market Beef Award


Anne Thompson of the Liberty Livestock 4-H Club stands alongside her Grand Champion Market Beef Project (and champion market steer), which had a show weight of 1,373 pounds. Also pictured are Anne Thompson’s family, Clinton County Junior Fair Queen Bridgette Thompson and show judge Clayton Cook in a cowboy hat.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Ashliegh Osborn of the Marion Hustlers II 4-H Club stands at the head of her Reserve Grand Champion Market Beef Project (and reserve champion market steer), which had a show weight of 1,422 pounds. Also pictured are Clinton County Junior Fair Queen Bridgette Thompson and show judge Clayton Cook.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

The Supreme Heifer in the Junior Fair Beef Show was exhibited by Brooklynn Hamilton, far right, of the Clinton County Land & Livestock 4-H Club. Her winning entry is a Charolais Prospect. Also pictured are family, Clinton County Junior Fair Goat Queen Katie Hughes at far left, Clinton County Junior Fair Beef Queen Anne Thompson and show judge Clayton Cook (in a cowboy hat).


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Haley Dean, far right, exhibited the Grand Champion Feeder Calf at the Junior Fair Beef Show. Also pictured, from left, are Clinton County Junior Fair Queen Bridgette Thompson, Clinton County Junior Fair Beef Queen Anne Thompson, show judge Clayton Cook and Parker Dean.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Delaney Schneder, far right, 13, of Wilmington, exhibited the Reserve Supreme Heifer at the Junior Fair Steer, Market Heifer, Feeder Calf & Breeding Show. Schneder is a member of the Adams Chiefs 4-H Club. Among others in the photograph are Clinton County Junior Fair Beef Queen Anne Thompson and the show judge, Clayton Cook.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Haley Dean, far right, exhibited the Reserve Grand Champion Feeder Calf at the Junior Fair Beef Show. Also pictured, from left, are Clinton County Junior Fair Queen Bridgette Thompson, Clinton County Junior Fair Beef Queen Anne Thompson, show judge Clayton Cook and Parker Dean.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Anne Thompson of the Liberty Livestock 4-H Club stands alongside her Grand Champion Market Beef Project (and champion market steer), which had a show weight of 1,373 pounds. Also pictured are Anne Thompson’s family, Clinton County Junior Fair Queen Bridgette Thompson and show judge Clayton Cook in a cowboy hat.

Ashliegh Osborn of the Marion Hustlers II 4-H Club stands at the head of her Reserve Grand Champion Market Beef Project (and reserve champion market steer), which had a show weight of 1,422 pounds. Also pictured are Clinton County Junior Fair Queen Bridgette Thompson and show judge Clayton Cook.

The Supreme Heifer in the Junior Fair Beef Show was exhibited by Brooklynn Hamilton, far right, of the Clinton County Land & Livestock 4-H Club. Her winning entry is a Charolais Prospect. Also pictured are family, Clinton County Junior Fair Goat Queen Katie Hughes at far left, Clinton County Junior Fair Beef Queen Anne Thompson and show judge Clayton Cook (in a cowboy hat).

Haley Dean, far right, exhibited the Grand Champion Feeder Calf at the Junior Fair Beef Show. Also pictured, from left, are Clinton County Junior Fair Queen Bridgette Thompson, Clinton County Junior Fair Beef Queen Anne Thompson, show judge Clayton Cook and Parker Dean.

Delaney Schneder, far right, 13, of Wilmington, exhibited the Reserve Supreme Heifer at the Junior Fair Steer, Market Heifer, Feeder Calf & Breeding Show. Schneder is a member of the Adams Chiefs 4-H Club. Among others in the photograph are Clinton County Junior Fair Beef Queen Anne Thompson and the show judge, Clayton Cook.

Haley Dean, far right, exhibited the Reserve Grand Champion Feeder Calf at the Junior Fair Beef Show. Also pictured, from left, are Clinton County Junior Fair Queen Bridgette Thompson, Clinton County Junior Fair Beef Queen Anne Thompson, show judge Clayton Cook and Parker Dean.

Anne Thompson of the Liberty Livestock 4-H Club stands alongside her Grand Champion Market Beef Project (and champion market steer), which had a show weight of 1,373 pounds. Also pictured are Anne Thompson’s family, Clinton County Junior Fair Queen Bridgette Thompson and show judge Clayton Cook in a cowboy hat.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/07/web1_grand_mkt_beef_p_f.jpgAnne Thompson of the Liberty Livestock 4-H Club stands alongside her Grand Champion Market Beef Project (and champion market steer), which had a show weight of 1,373 pounds. Also pictured are Anne Thompson’s family, Clinton County Junior Fair Queen Bridgette Thompson and show judge Clayton Cook in a cowboy hat. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Ashliegh Osborn of the Marion Hustlers II 4-H Club stands at the head of her Reserve Grand Champion Market Beef Project (and reserve champion market steer), which had a show weight of 1,422 pounds. Also pictured are Clinton County Junior Fair Queen Bridgette Thompson and show judge Clayton Cook.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/07/web1_res_mkt_beef_p_f.jpgAshliegh Osborn of the Marion Hustlers II 4-H Club stands at the head of her Reserve Grand Champion Market Beef Project (and reserve champion market steer), which had a show weight of 1,422 pounds. Also pictured are Clinton County Junior Fair Queen Bridgette Thompson and show judge Clayton Cook. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

The Supreme Heifer in the Junior Fair Beef Show was exhibited by Brooklynn Hamilton, far right, of the Clinton County Land & Livestock 4-H Club. Her winning entry is a Charolais Prospect. Also pictured are family, Clinton County Junior Fair Goat Queen Katie Hughes at far left, Clinton County Junior Fair Beef Queen Anne Thompson and show judge Clayton Cook (in a cowboy hat).
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/07/web1_supre_heifer_p_f.jpgThe Supreme Heifer in the Junior Fair Beef Show was exhibited by Brooklynn Hamilton, far right, of the Clinton County Land & Livestock 4-H Club. Her winning entry is a Charolais Prospect. Also pictured are family, Clinton County Junior Fair Goat Queen Katie Hughes at far left, Clinton County Junior Fair Beef Queen Anne Thompson and show judge Clayton Cook (in a cowboy hat). Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Haley Dean, far right, exhibited the Grand Champion Feeder Calf at the Junior Fair Beef Show. Also pictured, from left, are Clinton County Junior Fair Queen Bridgette Thompson, Clinton County Junior Fair Beef Queen Anne Thompson, show judge Clayton Cook and Parker Dean.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/07/web1_grand_feeder_calf_p_f.jpgHaley Dean, far right, exhibited the Grand Champion Feeder Calf at the Junior Fair Beef Show. Also pictured, from left, are Clinton County Junior Fair Queen Bridgette Thompson, Clinton County Junior Fair Beef Queen Anne Thompson, show judge Clayton Cook and Parker Dean. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Delaney Schneder, far right, 13, of Wilmington, exhibited the Reserve Supreme Heifer at the Junior Fair Steer, Market Heifer, Feeder Calf & Breeding Show. Schneder is a member of the Adams Chiefs 4-H Club. Among others in the photograph are Clinton County Junior Fair Beef Queen Anne Thompson and the show judge, Clayton Cook.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/07/web1_reserv_heifer_p_f.jpgDelaney Schneder, far right, 13, of Wilmington, exhibited the Reserve Supreme Heifer at the Junior Fair Steer, Market Heifer, Feeder Calf & Breeding Show. Schneder is a member of the Adams Chiefs 4-H Club. Among others in the photograph are Clinton County Junior Fair Beef Queen Anne Thompson and the show judge, Clayton Cook. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Haley Dean, far right, exhibited the Reserve Grand Champion Feeder Calf at the Junior Fair Beef Show. Also pictured, from left, are Clinton County Junior Fair Queen Bridgette Thompson, Clinton County Junior Fair Beef Queen Anne Thompson, show judge Clayton Cook and Parker Dean.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/07/web1_reserve_feeder_calf_p_f.jpgHaley Dean, far right, exhibited the Reserve Grand Champion Feeder Calf at the Junior Fair Beef Show. Also pictured, from left, are Clinton County Junior Fair Queen Bridgette Thompson, Clinton County Junior Fair Beef Queen Anne Thompson, show judge Clayton Cook and Parker Dean. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal