2011 4-H/FFA Rabbit/Cavy Show Results

Linn County Fair Rabbit/Cavy Winners Announced

4-H members exhibited winning rabbits at the Linn County 4-H and FFA show on Saturday, July 9, 2011.

Best of Show Purebred Rabbit was exhibited by:   Mikayla Hartl, Central City, Holland Lop

Reserve Best of Show Purebred Rabbit was exhibited by:  Austin Himes, Central City, Tan

Other top exhibitors were as follows:  

Champion Best Home Raised Rabbit:  Casey Robertson, Marion, Mini Rex

Reserve Home Raised Rabbit:  Austin Himes, Central City, Tan

Champion Meat Rabbit Pen:  Mitch Anderson, Vinton, American Sable

Champion Single Fryer:  Mitch Anderson, Vinton, American Sable

Best Commercial Rabbit:  Brianna Murdoch, Alburnett, New Zealand

Reserve Commercial Rabbit:  Rachael Enabnit, Central City, Flemish

Commercial Breed Winners are:

Best Californian:  Kaylin Moyer, Walker

Best Opposite Californian:  David Iehl, Central City

Best Champagne d’Argent:  Kaitlin Stockman, Springville

Best Crème D’Argent:  Ben Holcomb, Cedar Rapids

Best Opposite Crème D’Argent:   Ben Holcomb, Cedar Rapids

Best Flemish Giant:  Rachael Enabnit, Central City

Best Opposite Flemish Giant:  Rachael Enabnit, Central C ity

Best New Zealand:  Brianna Murdock, Alburnett

Best Opposite New Zealand:  Brianna Murdock, Alburnett

Add One

Best of Fancy Breeds are:

Champion Fancy:  Mikayla Hartl, Central City, Holland Lop

Reserve Fancy:  Austin Himes, Central City, Tan

Fancy Breed winners are as follows:

Best American Sable, Mitch Anderson, Vinton

Best Dutch:  Taylor Schlicht, Center Point

Best Opposite Dutch:  Lynaea Kiefer, Mt. Vernon

Best Florida White:  Brianna Murdock, Alburnett

Best Opposite Florida White:  Brianna Murdock, Alburnett

Best Harlequin:  CJ Breja, Cedar Rapids

Best Opposite Harlequin:  Kelly  Breja, Cedar Rapids

Best Holland Lop:  Mikayla Hartl, Central City

Best Opposite Holland Lop:  Tessa Engen

Best Jersey Wooly:  Casey Robertson, Marion

Best Mini Lop:  Veronica Jons, Walker

Best Mini Rex:  Anna Gardner,  Central City

Best Opposite Mini Rex:  Casey Robertson, Marion

Best Netherland Dwarf:  Sierra Brandt, Alburnett

Best Opposite Netherland Dwarf:  Tessa Engen, Central City

Best Polish:  Kaitlin Stockman, Springville

Best Opposite Polish:  Nicki Stockman, Springville

Best Silver Marten:   Ben Moyer, Walker

Best Tan:  Austin Himes, Central City

Best Opposite Tan:  Austin Himes, Central City

Best Thrianta:  Courtney Clemens, Alburnett

Best Lionhead:  Kelly Breja, Cedar Rapids

Best Opposite Lionhead:  Sierra Dougherty

Best Velveteen Lop:  Courtney Jones

 

     

Cavy (Guinea Pigs) Breed Show

Champion Purebred Cavies

Best in Show:  Brianna Murdock, Alblurnett

Best Reserve Show:  Allison Green, Cedar Rapids

Cavy Breed Winners are:

Best American:  Brianna Murdock, Alblurnett

Best Opposite American:  Shelby Malone, Central City

Best Teddy:  Allison Green, Cedar Rapids

Rabbit Showmanship

Juniors – Grades 4-6:  Champion: Megan Stockman, Springville

Intermediate – Grades 7-8:  Champion:  Mikayla Hartl, Central City

Senior – Grades 9-12:  Champion:   Austin Himes, Central City

Advanced:  Champion:  Ben Holcomb, Cedar Rapids

Cavy Showmanship:

Intermediate – Grade 7-8:  Champion:   Allison Green

The Rabbit Educational Poster Division winners were:

Best Overall ARBA/ACBA Poster:  Champion:  Shelby Malone, Central City

ARBA/ACBA Breed Posters – Junior, grade 4-6,  Champion:  Abbie Holcomb, Cedar Rapids

ARBA/ACBA Breed Posters – Intermediate, grades 7-8,  Champion:  Shelby Malone, Central City

ARBA/ACBA Breed Posters – Senior, grades 9-12, Champion:   CJ  Breja, Cedar Rapids

Best Overall Animal Science Poster:  Champion:   Rylee Menster, Springville

Animal Science Poster – Juniors, grades 4-6:  Rylee Menster, Springville

Animal Science Poster – Senior, grades 9-12:  Ben Holcomb, Cedar Rapids

Best Breed Poster:  Shelby Malone, Central City

Best Science Poster:  Rylee Menster, Springville

Best Overall Poster:  Rylee Menster, Springville

4-H, the youth component of the Cooperative Extension Service, offers opportunities to choose from among fifty different project areas to study.  The 4-H program is open to all urban and rural youth kindergarten through 12th grade.  For more information about 4-H, contact the Linn County Extension Office, 3279 7th Ave. Suite 140, Marion or phone 377-9839.

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