Greensburg Daily News, Greensburg, IN

Agriculture

July 18, 2013

Swine Show Results - Barrows

Barrows

PUREBRED BARROWS:

Class 26 Berkshire Barrows

1. Mandy Hasselbring

2. Mackenzie Owens

3. Addy Osting

4. Drew Soendlin

5. Alli Harrison

***Champion Berkshire Barrow- Mandy Hasselbring

***Reserve Champion Berkshire Barow- Mackenzie Owens

Class 27 Chester White Barrows

1. Dillon Siefert

2. Addison Tomson

3. Sam Springmeyer

4. Katie Vanderbur

5. Meredith Fogle

***Champion Chester White Barrow- Dillon Siefert

***Reserve Champion Chester White Barrow- Addison Tomson

Class 28 Duroc Barrows

1. Madison Owens

2. Lule Kinker

3. Kayla Carder

4. Jacob Hartman

5. Chase Springmeyer

Class 29 Duroc Barrows

Kyle Kramer

1. Mandy Hasselbring

2. Adam Fogg

3. Collin Springmeyer

4. Erica Evans

***Champion Duroc Barrow- Madison Owens

***Reserve Champion Duroc Barrow- Kyle Kramer

Class 30 Hampshire Barrows

1. Kyle Carder

2. Lane Westerfeld

3. Sara Hasselbring

4. Alli Norton

5. Morgan Mauer

6. Joshua Ankney

7. Gracie Osting

8. Jacob Hartman

Class 31 Hampshire Barrows

1. Kelsey Johnson

2. Clayton Carder

3. Hannah Denney

4. Hayden Herbert

5. Julia Ankney

6. Connor Cuskaden

7. Gracie Maxwell

***Champion Hampshire Barrow- Kyle Carder

***Reserve Champion Hampshire Barrow- Lane Westerfeld

Class 32 Landrace Barrows

1. Blaine Nobbe

***Champion Landrace Barrow- Blaine Nobbe

Class 33 Poland China Barrows

1. Mason Stapp

2. Braden Geis

***Champion Poland China Barrow- Mason Stapp

***Reserve Champion Poland China Barrow- Braden Geis

Class 34 Spot Barrows

1. Landon Carder

2. Brooke Owens

3. Clayton Carder

4. Janice Geis

***Champion Spot Barrow- Landon Carder

***Reserve Champion Spot Barrow- Brooke Owens

Class 35 Tamworth Barrows

1. Olivia Siefert

***Champion Tamworth Barrow- Olivia Siefert

Class 36 Yorkshire Barrows

1. Braden AmRhein

2. Melina Wilkison

3. Hattie Westerfeld

4. Gavin Nobbe

5. Madison Owens

6. Jeffrey White

7. Jacob Hartman

Class 37 Yorkshire Barrows

1. Tori Weber

2. Kaleb Kramer

3. Brooke Somers

4. Justin Weisenbach

5. Morgan Springmeyer

6. Corrine Rayner

7. Justin Geis

***Champion Yorkshire Barrow- Braden AmRhein

***Reserve Champion Yorkshire Barrow- Tori Weber

CROSSBRED BARROWS

Class 38 Crossbred Barrows

1. Jenna Geis

2. Jaxson Kramer

3. Kevin Geis

4. Sam Wiseman

5. Maria Fogg

6. Tony Schweing

Class 39 Crossbred Barrows

1. Lane Geis

2. Gavin Nobbe

3. Keaton Crites

4. Landon Nobbe

5. Lainey Crites

6. Jacob Wiseman

7. Sam Wiseman

8. Will Armand

Class 40 Crossbred Barrows

1. Morgan Tomson

2. Braden AmRhein

3. Katie Vanderbur

4. Hanah Walterman

5. Dustin Bokelman

6. Aaron Fogg

7. Kennedy Walton

8. Jacob Wiseman

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