Cornell Cooperative Extension of Chautauqua County’s 4-H Youth Exhibited Poultry at the Chautauqua County Fair

Senior Showman Champion: Bryan Tenpas

JAMESTOWN – Although the birds are in cages, the 4-H Poultry Project members are ‘flying high,’ with over 165 birds on display in the County Fair Poultry Barn. 4-H members had ducks and turkeys and chickens in today’s 4-H Poultry Show, judged by Rick Hare and Joel Henning.  Mr. Henning  not only judged the Showmanship Classes, but educated the youth and the crowd on the specific  breed standards and many interesting facts about poultry and advice about caring for poultry.  While judging the Poultry Show, Mr. Hare gave the youth the opportunity to hear educational comments about their birds while judging the quality of each bird.

Best in Class
American – Jeremy Thuman
Asiatic- Derrick Becker
 English – Bryan Tenpas
Mediterranean – Billy Eskeli
Continental – Joseph Thuman
Other – Robbie Clutte
Best Egg Production – Jared Dorman
Best Meat Production/Market Poultry – Grand – Rachel Harper, Reserve Grand – Eric Witherow
Best Bantam – Grand -Billy Eskeli,  Reserve Grand – Billy Eskeli
Best Turkey – Derrick Becker
Best Waterfowl – Robby Clutter
Grand Champion Large Fowl – Derrick  Becker with his Black Langshan
Reserve Champion Large Fowl – Jeremy Thuman with his Rhode Island Red
Showmanship Class:
Senior Showman Champion: Bryan Tenpas
Junior Showman Champion: Billy Eskeli
Novice Showman Champion: Maggan Gierlinger
Best of Show – Derrick Becker – Black Lanshan
Reserve Best of Show – Billy Eskeli – Light Brahma
Cloverbuds participating in this year’s show were:  Kendall Steward, Gracie Pfleuger, Jeremiah Phillips, Kamryn Harper, and Sadie Steward.
Congratulations to all 4-H members and best of luck during the rest of the week.