BELMONT, N.Y. — Cornell Cooperative Extension of Allegany County’s 4-H Program is excited to announce:
2021 Allegany County Fair Youth Poultry Show Results
Tricia Heary, 4-H Program Educator
Wednesday, July 21st youth exhibitors displayed their poultry projects at the Allegany County Fair. The contest is a culmination of a year, plus hard work, caring for and training their animals.
In novice poultry showmanship, Annika MacCrea finished with first-place, received a blue ribbon, along with a book sponsored by Nicholson Pharmacy.
For junior poultry showmanship, Jim Eshelman took home the blue ribbon, receiving an award sponsored by General Roofing.
In senior poultry showmanship, Tristan Erway came in first place, and received an award sponsored by Peder J. Hancher, DDS.
Grand Champion for Market poultry was taken by Kadin Pierce, receiving a banner sponsored by Benevolent Protective Order of Elks #1495.
Reserve Grand Champion Markey Poultry is given to Shane Plot, receiving a banner sponsored by the Lindguist Cub Cadets.
Best of Show, Overall was taken by Riley Barr, who received an award through Dave’s Printing and Reserve Best of Show was awarded to Ben Eshelman, and received an award sponsored by Robert G. Reilly, DMD.
Novice Showmanship – Annika MacCrea Reserve Novice Showmanship – Kaden Huffer
Jr. Poultry Showmanship – Jim Eshelman Res. Jr Poultry Showmanship – Ben Eshelman
Sr. Showmanship – Tristen Erway
Best of Breed Brahma – Ben Eshelman Res. Best of Beed Brahma – Jim Eshelman
Best of Breed Orpington – Ryley Blarr Res Best of Breed Orpington – Jim Eshelman
Best of Breed Black Java – Kaden Huffer Best of Breed Barred Rock – Kaden Huffer
Best of Breed Dorking – Anna MacCrea Best of Breed Sussex – Riley Blarr
Best of Breed Cayuga – Ben Eshelman Res. Best of Breed Cayuga – Ben Eshelman
Best of Breed Runner – Ben Eshelman Res Best of Breed Runner – Ben Eshelman
Best of Show – Riley Blarr with his Sussex
Res. Best of Show – Ben Eshelman with his Cayuga
Congratulations to all the youth on a successful show.
Youth shows at the fair are one of many programs offered by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Allegany County (CCE-Allegany). The association is part of the national cooperative extension system, an educational partnership between County, State, and Federal governments. As New York’s land grant university Cornell administers the system in this state. For more information, call 525-268-7644 or visit our website at www.cce.cornell.edu/allegany. Cornell Cooperative Extension provides equal program and employment opportunities.
–Cornell Cooperative Extension Allegany County
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