2021 Fair winners in Crops


For Hay Mixes at the 2021 fair: From left are FCS Queen Mikala Hatfield, first place Wade Smith, second Shane Louderback, and third Elliot Pell.

For Hay Mixes at the 2021 fair: From left are FCS Queen Mikala Hatfield, first place Wade Smith, second Shane Louderback, and third Elliot Pell.


In Crops at the 2021 Clinton County Fair, for Soybeans (gallon), from left are: FCS Queen Mikala Hatfield, first place, Mitchell Ellis; second place, Courtney Parker; third place, Zack Vest; and fourth place, Ebon Louderback.


Phyllis Cocklin photos

For Hay Mixes at the 2021 fair: From left are FCS Queen Mikala Hatfield, first place Wade Smith, second Shane Louderback, and third Elliot Pell.

In Crops at the 2021 Clinton County Fair, for Soybeans (gallon), from left are: FCS Queen Mikala Hatfield, first place, Mitchell Ellis; second place, Courtney Parker; third place, Zack Vest; and fourth place, Ebon Louderback.

For Hay Mixes at the 2021 fair: From left are FCS Queen Mikala Hatfield, first place Wade Smith, second Shane Louderback, and third Elliot Pell.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2021/07/web1_109-1-.jpgFor Hay Mixes at the 2021 fair: From left are FCS Queen Mikala Hatfield, first place Wade Smith, second Shane Louderback, and third Elliot Pell.

In Crops at the 2021 Clinton County Fair, for Soybeans (gallon), from left are: FCS Queen Mikala Hatfield, first place, Mitchell Ellis; second place, Courtney Parker; third place, Zack Vest; and fourth place, Ebon Louderback.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2021/07/web1_118-2.jpgIn Crops at the 2021 Clinton County Fair, for Soybeans (gallon), from left are: FCS Queen Mikala Hatfield, first place, Mitchell Ellis; second place, Courtney Parker; third place, Zack Vest; and fourth place, Ebon Louderback. Phyllis Cocklin photos