Thu, 06 Oct 2022 08:43:23 CDT
For the second year, the Tulsa State Fair Market Animal show ended with the grand champion drive and then the awarding of cash prizes to the top 150 4-H and FFA members in the five species.
The Grand Champion Market Steer was the Champion Charolais- owned by Case Conley of the Murray County 4-H. The Grand Champion Steer was presented with a check for $25,000 by the Tulsa State Fair Ringmasters.
Reserve Grand Champion Market Steer was shown by Mannford FFA’s Charlie Hudgins with his Champion Chianina Steer. Charlie was awarded $20,000 for his Resrve Grand Steer.
The Grand Champion Barrow was shown by Garvin Straka from the Yukon FFA- Garvin’s Grand Barrow was the Champion Hamp and he was presented a check for $10,000. Reserve Grand Barrow also came from the Hampshire breed- and shown by Dax Johnson of Crowder 4-H, who got $7,500 for his efforts.
The Grand Champion Market Lamb was the Champion Hamp shown by Callen Minard from the Canadian County 4-H The Grand Lamb also picked up a cash prize of $10,000. The Reserve Grand Champion lamb was the best Crossbred- shown by Jamison Scott of Central High FFA who received $7,500.
The Grand Champion Market Goat was shown by Josie White from the Ft Gibson 4-H, receiving $7,500 for her top goat while the Reserve Grand Goat belongs to JC Treadwell of the Oologah FFA, who earned $5,000.
The Grand Champion Pen of Broilers were shown by Lucas Harmon from the Perry FFA. He received a cash award of $1,500.
Over $400,000 in Scholarships and Cash Premiums were handed out by the Tulsa State Fair and Tulsa State Fair Ringmasters as the Market Animal Show came to a close. (Pictured above are the five Grand Champions from the 2022 Market Show.