Brantlee Cox of Morrison FFA Shows Supreme Champion Commercial Breeding Ewe at 2018 OYEWed, 14 Mar 2018 08:07:35 CDT
The Breeding Ewe Competition of the Oklahoma Youth Expo concluded on Tuesday afternoon- with over three hundred fifty Commercial Breeding Ewes competing in Norrick Arena. Judge Scott Sutton of Kansas sorted and ended up selecting the top Ewe from the heavy weight class- shaking the hand of Brantlee Cox of Morrison FFA. Cox wins a thousand dollar scholarship, given in honor of retiring Oklahoma FFA Executive Secretary Kent Boggs who is also leading the Sheep Division volunteers for the final time at the OYE in 2018. (Cox is pictured here)
The Reserve Supreme Champion Commercial Breeding Ewe was shown and is owned by Kailen Urban of the Moountain View-Gotebo FFA Chapter. The Bronze Supreme Champion was a one huundred thirty pound ewe lamb shown by Tyann Stacy of Oktaha FFA.
Class Winners included:
Class One- LaRay Cox, Comanche County 4-H
Class Two- Paisley Beshear, Poteau 4-H
Class Three- Tyann Stacy, Oktaha FFA (Bronze Winner)
Class Four- Blake Skidgel, Pawnee FFA
Class Five- Jana Stacy, Oktaha FFA
Class Six- Daniel Goodwin, Tonkawa FFA
Class Seven- Kailen Urban, Mountain View- Gotebo FFA (Reserve Supreme)
Class Eight- Brantlee Cox, Morrison FFA (Supreme Champion)
Our Coverage of the 2018 Oklahoma Youth Expo is once again a service of ITC Great Plains, Your Energy Superhighway- learn more about this high voltage, transmission only utility and their commitment to the communities they serve which is the cornerstone of their business-click here for their website.
Reports will be heard daily on great radio stations that cover Oklahoma and that are a part of the Radio Oklahoma Ag Network- on the internet- our reports of the 2018 OYE can be found on the Blue Green Gazette page- available here. We will be adding pictures daily to our official 2018 OYE Album of Photos on FLICKR, found here.
For more information about the Oklahoma Youth Expo, click here for the home page of the OYE website.
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