County Fair Fun with The Winters FFA

Approximately 40 students took livestock projects to exhibit at the fair.

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By Dalton Lowrie The Winters FFA competed and represented the blue and gold well at the Yolo County Fair last week. Approximately 40 students took livestock projects to exhibit at the fair. All of our students showed well and represented Winters with class and excellence. [gallery link="none" size="large" jnewsslider="true" ids="747695,747696,747697,747698,747699,747700,747702,747701"] We excelled in the sheep show with Jocelyn Mcmillan winning Champion AOB (all other breeds) Lamb,Amaya Jimenez winning Reserve Champion Natural Colored Lamb, and Taylor Adams winning Champion Commercial Crossbred Lamb. The Winters FFA also won Most Outstanding Chapter Group for sheep. With hogs we had Evan Davis win Champion Yorkshire Hog and we also had several class winners and won the Best Chapter Group for hogs. In beef, Robert Martin won 2nd place in advanced showmanship. With our goats, we won best chapter group. Macy Paschoal won Reserve Meat Pen of Three with her market rabbits. She also placed 1st in Advanced Rabbit Showmanship. Lastly, Katie Adams won Novice Round Robin! This is a huge accomplishment and we are so proud of Katie! The Winters FFA entered 4 Ag Mechanics projects at the Yolo County Fair. Payton Paschaol placed 1st in Decorative Metal Works with Dalton Lowrie and Jordan Cobaugh placing 2nd and 3rd behind her. Will Bess entered his square fire pit and placed 3rd in Medium Metal Projects. Overall, the Yolo County Fair was very fun and many students experienced huge successes with their projects. We want to extend a huge thank you to all of the supporters of our program. Our students would not be as successful in their projects without the generous support of our wonderful community. ]]>

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