The 2016 Monroe County Fair was held at the Tomah Recreation Park, July 27-31. This year’s theme for the fair was Rock’N’Roll.Sixteen Cashton FFA members showed dairy, swine, sheep, beef, and rabbits. Angela Klinkner, Devon Olson, Rachel Klinkner, Izzy Mason, and Brianna Wanek all showed dairy cattle. Taylor Hanley, Preston Schrier, Brady Butzler, Alex Hurtz, Angela Klinkner, Ryan Osuski, Rachel Klinkner, and Jestin Hemmersbach all showed swine. Members that showed sheep were Bonita Hanley, Taylor Menzynski, Sierra Hanley, Marissa Schaldach, Annie Schrier, Katelyn Schmitz, and Devon Olson. Preston Schrier also showed beef; Katelyn Schmitz and Annie Schrier showed rabbits. Some of the members were able to sell their animals at the Junior Livestock Auction on Saturday night. Before the auction, there was a meal where buyers could interact with the youth selling in the auction. This meal was served by the Cashton FFA Chapter. All in all, the Monroe County Fair was very successful for Cashton FFA members.
Cashton FFA Sheep Pens.
Cashton FFA Slogan was “Cashton FFA Legends of Rock’N’Roll.
Devon Olson showing his dairy
Angela Klinkner showing her heifer in showmanship.
Izzy Mason showing her Holstein cow.
Rachel Klinkner showing her dairy cattle.
Brianna Wanek showing her dairy cattle in showmanship.
Fair is a fun time!
Angela Klinkner checking her pig while showing.
Alex Hurtz keeps his eye on the judge.
Ryan Osuski tries out showing pigs for the first time.
Jestin Hemmersbach showing his cross-bred pig.
Preston Schrier moves his pig away from the corner.
Brady Butzler pays close attention to the judge.
Taylor Hanley showing her pig during showmanship.
Marissa shows her sheep.
Bonita Hanley listens to the judge’s wise advice.
Katelyn Schmitz walking her sheep around the ring.
Taylor Menzynski tries showing sheep for the first time.
Brianna Wanek shows her sheep.
Sierra checks to make sure her sheep is set up correctly.
Cashton FFA members in Senior Sheep Showmanship.
Marissa Schaldach was awarded sheep sportsmanship award.
Angela showing her pig to buyers.
Katelyn Schmitz was able to sell her rabbit in the auction.
Devon Olson sold his sheep at the Junior Livestock Auction.
The Monroe County Fair took place at the Recreational Park in Tomah, July 29th through August 2nd. Our members had a successful week showing Dairy, Swine, and Sheep. Congratulations to all exhibitors! The chapter officers also served a meal to all exhibitors that made it into the Junior Livestock Auction, their families, and the buyers.
Any member interested in applying for a state proficiency award has until Monday February 23rd to postmark their application. Applications can be completed through theaet.com recordbook keeping system. Ask Mr. King if you have any questions or would like to set up a work night.
Alex receiving recognition for his state proficiency in swine.
The Monroe County Fair took place on July 23-27th at the Recreational park in Tomah. Cashton FFA members showed dairy, swine, and sheep on Friday and Saturday, and some were able to sell their market animals in the Livestock auction on Saturday night.
Jestin showing his dairy animal.
Ryan showing his dairy animal.
Angela showing her dairy animal.
Rachel getting ready to show her dairy animal.
Devon Olson showing his dairy animal.
Members competing in the Club Herd at the Dairy show.
Alex showing his pig.
Ashely showing her pig.
Angela showing her pig.
Brady showing his pig.
Taylor showing her pig.
Rachel showing her pig.
Carly showing her pig.
Alex made it into the top 4 in showmanship.
The judge talked to Angela as Past State Officer, Emma Heser, handed her the ribbon.