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Saturday, March 13, 2010

24th Annual Event...Attached is a flyer to post in your classroom.


Monroe County Fairgrounds, Waterloo
Saturday. April 10, 2010 - Judging Contest –10 A.M.
RSVP to Richard Woodcock - [email protected]

This year we are again sponsoring a judging contest at our annual Sheep Day program. The contest will be open to all youth. Contestants will be able to enter as individuals and teams, 4-H clubs and FFA chapters can enter a team. There will be prizes offered for the high scoring individuals AND teams. A cash prize of $100 will be presented to the high scoring team and $50 will be presented to the second place team. The individual competition is divided into two age groups, under 13 and 13 and over, with a $25, $15, and $10 cash prize to the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd high scoring individuals in each age group. Dick Cobb from the University of Illinois will be the official judge for the contest.
This will be an excellent opportunity for your teams or any interested individual to practice judging with several rings of sheep.
We are working with the Goat Producers to have them bring a ring of meat goats. The goat class will be scored separately from the sheep and the Goat Producers will setup prize money for this ring.
If you are planning to bring your team, we would like to hear from you by April 1 for planning purposes.   If your plans change after April 1, come out anyway, entries will be taken up to contest time.
Sponsored by the Monroe County Sheep Producers
For information contact:
Richard Woodcock           (618)939-8536      Dennis Thomas           (618)458-7256
Morrie & Nancy Sanford (618)458-4545        Bobby Bayne              (618)939-4012
George & Craig Hick        (618)282-3626      Lesley Paterson           (618)939-7334
Jonathan Koch                  (618)521-1604      Mark Guebert              (618)282-6314
Pat Pent                             (618)282-3925      Diana Heard                (618)476-1608
Dustin and Bryan Lutman (618)458-8444      Pam Mueller                (618)281-9364   

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