GREENVILLE, Ohio — The Ohio Youth Livestock Expo (OYLE) Beef Show took place July 31 through Aug. 2 at the Darke County Fairgrounds in Greenville, Ohio. Haleigh Stephens, Ashland County, exhibited the Grand Champion Market Beef Animal with her Crossbred steer. Judges for the event were: Showmanship, Emily Griffiths; Breeding Heifers, Scott Bush; Market Beef, Scott Greiner.
Results of the Market Beef Show:
Reserve Grand Champion
18-year-old: Colleen Minges
17-year-old: Allison Underwood
16-year-old: Shayla Sancic
15-year-old: Mason Love
14-year-old: Hudson Drake
13-year-old: Wyatt Binckley
12-year-old: Carly Sanders
11-year-old: Lance Brinksneader
10-year-old: Logan Davis
9-year-old: Kolton Greenhorn
8-year-old: Brayden Cummings
Supreme Champion: Hudson Drake
The swine show is yet to come Aug. 7-16. More than 900 Ohio 4-H and FFA members will exhibit nearly 3,280 individual entries during the inaugural Ohio Youth Livestock Expo.
A group of nearly 50 volunteers are coordinating this effort, including raising tens of thousands of dollars, working with local health officials, implementing safety protocols, and providing an opportunity for kids to complete youth livestock projects that started, in some cases, almost a year ago.
More information about the Expo, including a full schedule of events, along with additional results are available at https://www.TheOYLE.com.
About the Ohio Youth Livestock Expo
The Ohio Youth Livestock Expo is 2020’s premier, statewide livestock show for Ohio’s junior livestock exhibitors who are seeking a competitive arena to finish their beef, sheep, swine, and boer goat projects. OYLE respects the administration’s decision regarding the cancellation of the Ohio State Fair and looks forward to the 2021 Ohio State Fair. Led by a group of industry volunteers, the OYLE committee is excited to host a show for junior exhibitors. For the safety of all exhibitors, the show will follow local and state guidelines, along with guidance from county health departments.
— Ohio Youth Livestock Expo
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