2018 State 4-H Dairy Judging Results

GREEN COUNTY SENIORS WIN TOP HONORS AT THE STATE DAIRY JUDGING CONTEST

Seventy youth competed at the State 4-H Dairy Judging Contest held on July 16th in Black River Falls in conjunction with the State Ayrshire and Guernsey shows. Ayrshire and Guernsey animals were pulled out of the show strings and Holstein, Brown Swiss, and Jersey cattle were trucked in from nearby farms to make classes for the contest.  A huge thank you goes out to all of the Black River Falls area breeders who provided animals for the contest and to the Ayrshire and Guernsey breeders who welcomed the State 4-H Dairy Judging Contest to their show.

Green County was the top overall team in the Senior division and will go on to represent Wisconsin in the National 4-H Dairy Judging Contest at World Dairy Expo. The Rock County team took second place overall and will represent Wisconsin and compete at the All American in Harrisburg, PA. Elise Bleck from Sheboygan County was the high individual overall and Sarah Hagenow from Columbia County was the top reasons individual in the Senior division. Kewaunee County was the top reasons team. The top 4 individual seniors who were not on one of the first or second place teams will come together to form a team that will represent Wisconsin at the NAILE in Lousiville, KY. These 4 individuals are Sarah Hagenow of Columbia County, Emma Buss of Lafayette County, Mikayla Knorn of Kewaunee County, and Fritz Ullom of Dunn County.

In the Junior competition Shawano County won first team overall and Vernon County was the second high team. Ty Harbaugh from Vernon County was the top individual. St. Croix County was the top team in the Type Analysis Questions category.

 Please see full results at the links below:

2018 State Junior Team

2018 State Junior Individual

2018 State Senior Team

2018 State Senior Individual