Dawson County 4-H

Sunday, July 25, 2021
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Layne Meek is a 10th year 4-H member. This is her market steer, Rip. Layne will also be showing a bred heifer, a cow calf pair and an orphaned calf.

Cassidy Rau on Sky, Dawson County, left, Kennedy Lyson on Gracie, Fallon County, middle and Jaxyn Lyson on Bonnie, Fallon County, right, competed in the Big Sky Games Horse Show July 11th. Kennedy Lyson took overall high point for 4-H with all three girls placing in the top 5 in every event. At the beginning of the show they entered a 3-person team competition where at the end of the day all of each teams individual points were added together and the team with the highest amount of points won. The 3 person teams could have consisted of adults as well. These 4-H girls who have also become great friends over the last couple of years won the three person team event on Sunday!

Paislee Meek and Sutherlyn Stroh won a judges choice award at 4-H speech and demo day. They presented a speech together on hedgehogs.

Paislee Meek and Sutherlyn Stroh are in their last year as cloverbuds. They love going to Legos and building projects together.

Koby Granmoe, with Cosmo, his black baldy steer. This is Koby’s fourth year of 4-H. He is enrolled in Market Beef, Dog, Leathercraft, Legos and Cooking.

Koby is part of the Clever Clovers Club. He looks forward to working in the food booth at the fair and enjoys club meetings and Achievement Day.

Ashton Smeltzer with her 4-H market goat Ranger.

Garrett Voss working with his market hog Hornschwaggle.

Keely Undem and her steer Arthur

Corinne Canen roping at a branding on her 4 yr. old colt to maturity horse, Chai.

Cassidy Rau and her sewing project making Raggedy Ann and Andy dolls.

Kade Granmoe, with his red baldy steer. He is in his second year of 4-H, and is taking a market beef, shoot sports, wildlife, market swine, Legos and poultry projects.

Kade part of the Clever Clovers Club. He looks forward to working in the food booth at the fair and enjoy club meetings and Achievement Day.

Daisies and Diggers picked up garbage on the north side of town

Stephanie Hove on Maeve her colt to maturity project

Tayla Undem and her steer Merlin.

Vesper Undem and her lamb Bow

Cassidy Rau, Stephanie Hove, Corinne Canen and Layne Meek represented Dawson County at MT 4H Congress in July. Stephanie took 5th place in the Hippology contest.

Loren and Garrett Voss, working with their market steers.

Daisies and Diggers playing lazer tag at Cal’s Carpet this winter.

Sutherlyn Stroh shows one of her baby piglets to the camera.

Members of the muddy boots 4-H club posing with their decorated sugar cookies!

Brody Stroh works with his market lamb to prepare for the fair. Muddy Boots 4-H Club

Gradey Wold is a first year 4-Her and is taking a Market Hog, not pictured (that loves to eat). He is part of the Clever Clovers Club. Gradey loves all things outdoors and has had fun working with and caring for his animal.

Kayson Meek, 5, is a first year cloverbud. He loves the lego project.

Daisies and Diggers team competed in hippology and horse quiz bowl at Black Hills Stock Show.

Kelty Raciborski shows her Market goat. Muddy Boots 4-H Club.

Baylee Holley and her dairy heifer Sprinkles.

Addie Quinn with her Boer market does Mary and (photobombing) Bubbles.

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