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Congratulations! Here are the 2022 Saline County 4-H Dairy Goat Show winners

  • 2022 4-H Breeding Dairy Goat Grand Champion and Overall Breeding Champion Jaylee Evans and Reserve Champion and Overall Breeding Reserve Champion Emma Carlile, are pictured with their banners and coolers; Goat Superintendent Rachel Parish, Saline County Farm Bureau Manager Marisa Davis and Judge Aiden Waychoff.

    2022 4-H Breeding Dairy Goat Grand Champion and Overall Breeding Champion Jaylee Evans and Reserve Champion and Overall Breeding Reserve Champion Emma Carlile, are pictured with their banners and coolers; Goat Superintendent Rachel Parish, Saline County Farm Bureau Manager Marisa Davis and Judge Aiden Waychoff.
    Courtesy of Nancy Lambert

  • 2022 4-H Market Dairy Goat Grand Champion and Overall Market Champion, Allie Murphy and Reserve Champion and Overall Market Reserve Champion, Raylan Murphy, are pictured with their banners and coolers; Saline County Farm Bureau Manager Marisa Davis; Goat Superintendent Rachel Parish and Judge Aiden Waychoff.

    2022 4-H Market Dairy Goat Grand Champion and Overall Market Champion, Allie Murphy and Reserve Champion and Overall Market Reserve Champion, Raylan Murphy, are pictured with their banners and coolers; Saline County Farm Bureau Manager Marisa Davis; Goat Superintendent Rachel Parish and Judge Aiden Waychoff.
    Courtesy of Nancy Lambert

  • 4-H Dairy Goat Showmanship Grand and Reserve Champions are pictured following the show. From left are: Senior Reserve Champion Allie Murphy; Senior Grand Champion Emma Carlile; Judge Aiden Waychoff; Junior Grand Champion Raylan Murphy; and Junior Reserve Champion Makenzie Murphy.

    4-H Dairy Goat Showmanship Grand and Reserve Champions are pictured following the show. From left are: Senior Reserve Champion Allie Murphy; Senior Grand Champion Emma Carlile; Judge Aiden Waychoff; Junior Grand Champion Raylan Murphy; and Junior Reserve Champion Makenzie Murphy.
    Courtesy of Nancy Lambert

  • Bred & Owned Dairy Cattle Champion, Emma Carlile, is pictured with her plaque and judge Aiden Waychoff following the show on July 26.

    Bred & Owned Dairy Cattle Champion, Emma Carlile, is pictured with her plaque and judge Aiden Waychoff following the show on July 26.
    Courtesy of Nancy Lambert

 
By Nancy Lambert
Contributing writer
updated: 9/1/2022 1:35 PM

The Saline County 4-H Dairy Goat Show was held in the Sam Stafford Livestock Building on July 26. Thank you to our judge Aiden Waychoff and to our Goat Superintendent, Rachel Parish.

The 2022 Saline County 4-H Dairy Goat Senior Showmanship Grand Champion was Emma Carlile and Reserve Champion was Allie Murphy. Junior Showmanship Grand Champion was Raylan Murphy, with Reserve Champion honors going to Makenzie Murphy.

The ribbon for Grand Champion Breeding Diary Goat went to Jaylee Evans and the Reserve Champion ribbon went to Emma Carlile. Jaylee and Emma, respectively, also won the Overall Champion Breeding and Overall Reserve Champion Breeding banners (sponsored by Saline County Farm Bureau) and coolers from the Friends of Saline County 4-H.

Allie Murphy showed the Grand Champion Market Dairy Goat, with Raylan Murphy showing the Reserve Champion Market Dairy Goat. Allie and Raylan, respectively, also won the Overall Champion Market and Overall Reserve Champion Market banners (sponsored by Saline County Farm Bureau) and coolers from the Friends of Saline County 4-H.

Dairy Goat Bred & Owned Champion, Emma Carlile, received a plaque and a monetary gift sponsored by Anderson Crop Insurance - Phil and Karen Anderson.

Saline County 4-H would like to send out a special thank you to the Saline County Fair and manager Chris Evans for hosting our shows, to ROC One and the Russell family for donating ice for all of our 4-H Show concession days, and to Harrisburg Town & Country Lions Club and John Endsley Jr., for providing the watermelon that we love so much.

Congratulations to all the exhibitors!

• Nancy Lambert, with U of I Extension, is 4-H program coordinator for Saline County.