District Livestock Show Images

Mary Hollingsworth, Cecil, Silas, Johnson, Rodney  |  2/5/2014 10:58:19 PM

Kelli Lucas, Rapides Parish, was the Grand Champion Market Steer winner. Her steer was purchased for $5000 from Charlie Carlise and Schamerhorn.

Parker Suttles, Rapides Parish, was the Reserve Grand Champion Steer winner. His steer was purchased for $5000 from Mac's Fresh Market.

Hanna Thacker, Rapides Parish, was the Grand Champion Market Lamb winner. Her lamb sold for $2000 to Red River Bank.

Cole Johnson, Natchitoches Parish, was the Reserve Champion Market Goat winner. HIs goat sold for $500 to Petrus Feed & Seed.

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Cooper Johnson, Rapides Parish, was the Grand Champion Hog winner. His hog was sold for $2000 to Mac's Fresh Market.

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Cole Johnson, Rapides Parish, was the Reserve Grand Champion Market Hog winner. His hog sold for $1250 to the Kiwanis Club of Alexandria.

Kelli Lucas, Rapides Parish, was the Reserve Grand Champion Market winner. Her lamb sold for $1500 to Capital One Bank.

Alyssa Lloid, Rapides Parish, was the Grand Champion Market Pen winner. Her rabbits sold for $500 to the ADS Yellow Pages.

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Cooper Johnson, Natchitoches Parish, was the Grand Champion Market Goat winner. His goat sold for $800 to Thomas Carnival.

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Tyler Farmer, Rapides Parish, was the Reserve Grand Champion Meat Pen winner. His rabbits were sold for $450 to Representative Lance Harris.

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The 75th Central District Livestock Show was held in Alexandria, Louisiana at Dewitt Livestock Facility January 30-February 1, 2014.

Over 215 4-H'ers and FFA members participated from Avoyelles, Grant, LaSalle, Natchitoches,  Rapides, Vernon,  and Winn Parishes.

Rodney Johnson, Central District Show Manager, says, " The 4-H livestock program is beneficial to 4-H members because it teaches responsibility, builds confidence, self esteem and helps kids make life long friends."


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