Champion feeder and more


Fairlawn FFA member Emily Lessing, 18, of New Bremen, daughter of Amy and Kirk Dicke and Tim Lessing, won reserve grand champion meat pen market rabbits at the 2022 Shelby County Fair.

Fairlawn FFA member Emily Lessing, 18, of New Bremen, daughter of Amy and Kirk Dicke and Tim Lessing, won reserve grand champion meat pen market rabbits at the 2022 Shelby County Fair.


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Fairlawn FFA member Meredith Hageman, 17, of Sidney, daughter of Jason and Gretchen Hageman, won grand champion pygmy doe and reserve grand champion pygmy wether at the 2022 Shelby County Fair.


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Russia Livestock member Alyssa Poeppelman, fourth from left, 13, of Russia, won grand champion beef feeder at the 2022 Shelby County Fair. Standing left to right, are Alyssa’s sister Madison Poeppelman, 11, mom, Renee and dad Jeff Poeppelman, and sister, Grace Poeppelman, 15.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

UVCC FFA member Belle Brautigam, 18, of Sidney, daughter of Andy and Angie Brautigam, won reserve grand champion beef feeder at the 2022 Shelby County Fair. Holding the banner is Emily Turner, of Waynesfield.


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Bailey Gehret, second from left, 12, won grand champion dairy feeder and her sister, Maddison Gehret, 12, both of Fort Loramie, and both members of Fort Loramie Livestock, won reserve grand champion dairy feeder at the 2022 Shelby County Fair. They are the children of Ashley and Matt Gehret. Holding the grand champion banner is Lydia Gehret, far left, 12, Holding the reserve grand champion banner is Liam Gehret, third from left, 11. The banner holders are the children of Meghan and Jerry Gehret.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Bailey Gehret, second from left, 12, won grand champion dairy feeder and her sister, Maddison Gehret, 12, both of Fort Loramie, and both members of Fort Loramie Livestock, won reserve grand champion dairy feeder at the 2022 Shelby County Fair. They are the children of Ashley and Matt Gehret. Holding the grand champion banner is Lydia Gehret, far left, 12, Holding the reserve grand champion banner is Liam Gehret, third from left, 11. The banner holders are the children of Meghan and Jerry Gehret.

Fairlawn FFA member Emily Lessing, 18, of New Bremen, daughter of Amy and Kirk Dicke and Tim Lessing, won reserve grand champion meat pen market rabbits at the 2022 Shelby County Fair.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/07/web1_DSC_7286.jpgFairlawn FFA member Emily Lessing, 18, of New Bremen, daughter of Amy and Kirk Dicke and Tim Lessing, won reserve grand champion meat pen market rabbits at the 2022 Shelby County Fair. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Fairlawn FFA member Meredith Hageman, 17, of Sidney, daughter of Jason and Gretchen Hageman, won grand champion pygmy doe and reserve grand champion pygmy wether at the 2022 Shelby County Fair.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/07/web1_DSC_7449.jpgFairlawn FFA member Meredith Hageman, 17, of Sidney, daughter of Jason and Gretchen Hageman, won grand champion pygmy doe and reserve grand champion pygmy wether at the 2022 Shelby County Fair. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Russia Livestock member Alyssa Poeppelman, fourth from left, 13, of Russia, won grand champion beef feeder at the 2022 Shelby County Fair. Standing left to right, are Alyssa’s sister Madison Poeppelman, 11, mom, Renee and dad Jeff Poeppelman, and sister, Grace Poeppelman, 15.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/07/web1_DSC_7529.jpgRussia Livestock member Alyssa Poeppelman, fourth from left, 13, of Russia, won grand champion beef feeder at the 2022 Shelby County Fair. Standing left to right, are Alyssa’s sister Madison Poeppelman, 11, mom, Renee and dad Jeff Poeppelman, and sister, Grace Poeppelman, 15. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

UVCC FFA member Belle Brautigam, 18, of Sidney, daughter of Andy and Angie Brautigam, won reserve grand champion beef feeder at the 2022 Shelby County Fair. Holding the banner is Emily Turner, of Waynesfield.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/07/web1_DSC_7510.jpgUVCC FFA member Belle Brautigam, 18, of Sidney, daughter of Andy and Angie Brautigam, won reserve grand champion beef feeder at the 2022 Shelby County Fair. Holding the banner is Emily Turner, of Waynesfield. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Bailey Gehret, second from left, 12, won grand champion dairy feeder and her sister, Maddison Gehret, 12, both of Fort Loramie, and both members of Fort Loramie Livestock, won reserve grand champion dairy feeder at the 2022 Shelby County Fair. They are the children of Ashley and Matt Gehret. Holding the grand champion banner is Lydia Gehret, far left, 12, Holding the reserve grand champion banner is Liam Gehret, third from left, 11. The banner holders are the children of Meghan and Jerry Gehret.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/07/web1_SDN0728GrandFeeder.jpgBailey Gehret, second from left, 12, won grand champion dairy feeder and her sister, Maddison Gehret, 12, both of Fort Loramie, and both members of Fort Loramie Livestock, won reserve grand champion dairy feeder at the 2022 Shelby County Fair. They are the children of Ashley and Matt Gehret. Holding the grand champion banner is Lydia Gehret, far left, 12, Holding the reserve grand champion banner is Liam Gehret, third from left, 11. The banner holders are the children of Meghan and Jerry Gehret. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News