St. Landry Parish Livestock Show Results

Lisa Benoit, Thomas, Leslie C.  |  1/27/2011 3:39:28 AM

2012 St. Landry Parish Livestock Show Judge, Lance Bearb, judges market lamb class. Exhibitors (L to R): Noah Menard and James Thibodeaux.

2012 St, Landry Parish Livestock Show Judge, Lance Bearb, judges Senior Class Goat Showmanship. Exhibitors (L to R): Amy Stelly, Alia Stelly, Gabrielle Burke and Justin Randell.

The annual St. Landry Parish 4-H/FFA Livestock Show was held Friday, Jan. 20, 2012, and Saturday, Jan. 21, 2012, at the Agricultural Arena in Opelousas, La.  The results are below, listed by broad category, type of animal, name of exhibitor and exhibitor's school name.

Beef
Grand Champion Angus Heifer:  Christopher Devillier, St. Edmund

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer:  Dominique Martel, Central Middle 

Grand Champion Angus Bull:  Sadie Ortego, Plaisance Middle

Reserve Champion Angus Bull:  Christopher Devillier, St. Edmund 

Grand Champion Grey Brahman Bull: Erin Carriere, Opelousas High

Reserve Champion Grey Brahman Bull: Allie Carriere, Leonville Elementary 

Grand Champion Grey Brahman Heifer: James Carriere, Leonville Elementary 

Reserve Champion Grey Brahman Heifer: Erin Carriere, Opelousas High

Grand Champion Red Brahman Bull - Erin Carriere, Opelousas High

Reserve Champion Red Brahman Bull - Lindsey Bacque, Member-at-Large

Grand Champion Red Brahman Heifer: Lindsey Bacque, Member-at-Large

Reserve Champion Red Brahman Heifer: Lindsey Bacque, Member-at-Large 

Grand Champion Charolais Bull: Cody Beard, Beau Chene High

Reserve Champion Charolais Bull: Cody Beard, Beau Chene High

Grand Champion Commercial Heifer: Hailey Perry, Northwest High

Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer: Sadie Ortego, Plaisance Middle

Grand Champion Simbrah Bull: Hailey Perry, Northwest High

Grand Champion Steer:  Alonzo Harris, Jr., North Central High

St. Landry Parish Bred Champion Beef Bull:  Erin Carriere, Opelousas High

St. Landry Parish Bred Champion Beef Heifer: James Carriere, Leonville Elementary

St. Landry Parish Bred Champion Steer: Alonzo Harris Jr., North Central High

Beef Showmanship Sr. (14 Years Old and Over): Erin Carriere, Opelousas High

Beef Showmanship Jr. (9-13 Years Old): Allie Carriere, Leonville Elementary

Dairy

Grand Champion Commerical Dairy: Jacey Deville, Member-at-Large

St. Landry Parish Bred Champion Dairy: Jacey Deville, Member-at-Large

Dairy Showmanship (14 Years Old & Over): Jacey Deville, Member-at-Large

Sheep

Grand Champion Market Lamb: Noah Menard, St. Ignatius

Reserve Champion Market Lamb: Noah Menard, St. Ignatius

Sheep Showmanship (14 Years Old & Over): James Thibodeaux, Member-at-Large

Sheep Showmanship (9-13 Years Old): Lance Thibodeaux, Member-at-Large

Goat

Grand Champion Doe: Alia Stelly, Opelousas Catholic

Reserve Champion Doe:  Amy Stelly, Opelousas Catholic

Grand Champion Commercial Doe: Garret Manuel, Grand Prairie Elementary

Reserve Champion Commercial Doe: Gabrielle Burke, Opelousas High

Grand Champion Market Goat: Justin Randell, Northwest High

Reserve Champion Market Goat: Lauryn Randell, Plaisance Middle

Goat Showmanship (14 Years Old & Over): Amy Stelly, Opelousas Catholic

Goat Showmanship (9-13 Years Old): Lauryn Randell, Plaisance Middle

Swine

Grand Champion Market Hog: Gabrielle Burke, Opelousas High

Reserve Champion Market Hog: Kelly Nielsen, Northwest High

Swine Showmanship (14 Years Old & Over): Gabrielle Burke, Opelousas High

Poultry

Grand Champion Standard Exhibition Hen: Victoria Carter, Leonville Elementary

Reserve Champion Standard Exhibition Hen: Connor Bertrand, Member-at-Large

Grand Champion Standard Exhibition Cock: Victoria Carter, Leonville Elementary

Grand Champion Standard Exhibition Cockerel: Christian Carter, Leonville Elementary

Reserve Champion Standard Exhibiton Cockerel: Christian Carter, Leonville Elementary

Grand Champion Standard Exhibition Pullet: Christian Carter, Leonville Elementary

Reserve Champion Standard Exhibiton Pullet: Katherine Thibodeaux, Beau Chene High

Grand Champion Bantam Exhibition Hen: Jordan Leblanc, Opelousas High

Reserve Champion Bantam Exhibition Hen: Victoria Carter, Leonville Elementary

Grand Champion Bantam Exhibition Cock: Jordan Leblanc, Opelousas High

Reserve Champion Bantam Exhibition Cock: Jordan Leblanc, Opelousas High

Grand Champion Bantam Exhibition Cockerel: Jordan Leblanc, Opelousas High

Reserve Champion Bantam Exhibition Cockerel: Jordan Leblanc, Opelousas High

Grand Champion Bantam Exhibition Pullet: Bailey Leblanc, Leonville Elementary

Reserve Champion Bantam Exhibition Pullet: Jordan Leblanc, Opelousas High

Supreme Champion Exhibition Bird: Jordan Leblanc, Opelousas High

Poultry Showmanship (14 Years Old & Over): Sadie Costanza, Member-at-Large

Poultry Showmanship (9-13 Years Old): Lance Costanza, Member-at-Large


Broiler

Grand Champion Broilers: Sadie Costanza, Member-at-Large

Reserve Champion Broilers: Gage Quebedeaux, Leonville Elementary

Rabbit

Grand Champion Best of Breed (AOB, Male): Maggie Miller, Port Barre

Grand Champion Best of Breed (AOB, Female): Avery Miller, Port Barre

Grand Champion Best of Breed (California): April Stelly, Beau Chene High

Grand Champion Best of Breed (Mini Dutch): Lindsay Foreman, Member-at-Large

Grand Champion Best in Show: April Stelly, Beau Chene High

First Place Best in Show: Avery Miller, Port Barre High

Second Place Best in Show: Maggie Miller, Port Barre High

Rabbit Showmanship (14 Years Old & Over): April Stelly, Beau Chene High

Rabbit Showmanship (9-13 Years Old): Alahna Plumb, Beau Chene High

Premier Exhibitor

Junior Premier Exhibitor: Lance Costanz, Member-at-Large

Senior Premier Exhibitor: April Stelly, Beau Chene High

The purpose of the 4-H livestock program is to provide opportunities for young people to develop character and life skills. Character traits identified are: leadership, respect, trustworthiness, responsibility, fairness, caring, honesty, integrity, self-esteem and citizenship. Youth develop life skills and character traits when they are involved in each phase of the livestock project from selection through the show ring.

The livestock projects:

  • Are tools for the development of life skills by 4-H and FFA members.
  • Provide an opportunity to expand youth's knowledge of livestock production and management.
  • Improve and enhance livestock production in Louisiana.

For more information about the livestock program, contact the parish extension office.

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