Showing off: Supreme showmen events challenge 4-H’ers’ knowledge, endurance, adaptability


The Jackson County 4-H Livestock Supreme Showman events took place July 26 in the show arena at the Jackson County Fairgrounds in Brownstown.

For the first time, there was a junior supreme showman named.

In both the junior and senior divisions, there were six contestants who had to show six different animals: Beef cattle, dairy cattle, dairy beef cattle, goat, sheep and swine.

The participants had previously won champion showmanship in their respective breeds.

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The 2018 junior supreme showman was Trenton Burton of Seymour, and the senior supreme showman was Emma Winks of Brownstown.

Other competitors were Josie Dotts of Leesville, Myra Davidson of Seymour, Collin Downing of Medora, Chandler Stahl of Brownstown and Addison Darlage of Seymour in the junior show and Ethan Wischmeier of Brownstown, Clint Main of Seymour, Ryland Nierman of Brownstown, Kristen Stuckwisch of Brownstown and Austin Branaman of Medora in the senior competition.

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