After 11 days at the Tulsa State Fair Checotah FFA doesn’t disappoint.
The results of all those days of competition were as follows: – Six teams competed at the state cattle grading contest – Sophie McGuire showed her Braunvieh heifers and placed 2nd in class 8. She was also class 7 winner and division 2 champion.
– Paisley Oxtoby also showed a Braunvieh heifer and won her class and was reserve champion division 4 winner.
– Kutter Ward was reserve breed champion Chester barrow and class winner.
– Chayda James-Carpenter showed her market lambs and was reserve champion senior showman Simmental, and class winner. Chayda also had the reserve champion hay exhibit.
– Jade McPeak showed her market goats and her market steer. She was champion intermediate showman with her steer and reserve overall champion for steer showmanship.
– Checotah’s livestock judging teams were 1st and 18th out of 91 teams. Chayda was the 8th high individual junior FFA.
– Shayla Dismukes had two division champions with her percent Charolais heifers, and was bronze percent Charolais, and champion and reserve champion bred and owned Charolais heifers.
– Carly Dismukes was class winner and 2nd in class with her Charolais heifers and was bronze champion bred and owned.
– Katie Dismukes was class winner and 3rd in her division.
– Klaer Foreman showed a Hereford and Chianina heifers and was class winners, reserve champion in her division and bronze bred and owned Chianina.
– Julie Emerson was class winner, and reserve division champion and then reserve overall bred and owned percent simmental heifer.
– Avery Williams showed her breeding doe goats and placed 12th.
Overall these FFA youth and ag teachers who have been working hard, proved it in the arena.