FFA Exhibitors Compete in FFA Carcass Value Swine
DES MOINES, IA (09/03/2021) (readMedia)-- Thirty-two FFA exhibitors entered 50 pigs into the FFA Carcass Value Swine show held on Thursday, August 12, at the 2021 Iowa State Fair.
Lainey Harre of State Center won the Carcass Value Live Purebred Champion, and Brady Hayen of Monticello FFA, Monticello, received the Carcass Value Live Reserve Champion.
Delainy Fellinger, of Monticello FFA, Monticello, won the Carcass Value Live Champion and Lainey Harre of West Marshall FFA, State Center, won the Carcass Value Live Reserve Champion.
Carcass Value Live – Duroc
Champion: Lainey Harre; West Marshall FFA, State Center
Reserve Champion: Jenna Diercks; Calamus-Wheatland FFA, Wheatland
Carcass Value Live – AOB
Champion: Brady Hayen; Hampshire, Monticello FFA, Monticello
Reserve Champion: Leah Marek; Spotted, Washington FFA, Washington
Top Ten Students
1) Lydia Staudt, Charles City FFA, Charles City
2) Bret Hinners, Carroll Area FFA, Carroll
3) Clarissa Jacobsen, Northeast FFA, Goose Lake
4) Drew Staudt, Charles City FFA, Charles City
5) Drew Staudt, Charles City FFA, Charles City
6) Delainy Fellinger, Monticello FFA, Monticello
7) Lydia Staudt, Charles City FFA, Charles City
8) Amanda Ostrem, South Hamilton FFA, Jewell
9) Brady Frascht, Charles City FFA, Charles City
10) Beth Lamp, Northeast FFA, Goose Lake
The Iowa State Fair is one of the oldest and largest agricultural and industrial expositions in the country and the single largest event in the state. The Fair began over 160 years ago and is now considered one of the best events in the nation, attracting more than one million Fairgoers every year from all over the world. The Fairgrounds are located at East 30th and East University, just off the interstate and minutes from Downtown Des Moines. How Do You Fair? August 12-22, 2021. For more information, visit www.iowastatefair.org.