Jadyn Gwartney, Mayes County 4-H shows Supreme Purebred Gilt at OYE

This weekend, Jadyn Gwartney took home the Supreme Title at the Oklahoma Youth Expo’s Purebred Gilt show. Gwartney was showing her Chester White.

Reserve Supreme Purebred Gilt Went to Preston Haines of the Tecumseh 4-H Club with his Spot.

Other big winners from the show include Champion Duroc going to Collin Wharton of Wilson FFA, and Reserve Champion Duroc going to Garrett Evans, also of Wilson FFA.

In the Landrace Gilt show, Connor Imhoff of Prague 4-H took top Honors as Champion, with Kodi Kastl of Perkins 4-H winning Reserve.

Champion Poland went to Wade Richey of Altus 4-H, followed by Channing Goodsong with the reserve title from the Tecumseh 4H Chapter.

Brogan Lancaster of El Reno FFA took the Champion Berkshire title, followed by Tucker Bloodworth of Purcell FFA with the Reserve.

As in previous pictures, Jadyn Gwartney of Mayes County 4-H had the Champion Chester, and Jacey Wentworth took Reserve Champ from Haskell FFA.

Jaxon Wills won big this weekend with his Champion Hampshire from Kiowa FFA, Followed by Oakley Cooper with Reserve from Amber-Pocasset FFA.

Hereford Gilt Champion went to Cheyann Vanbrunt of Midway FFA, followed by Riley Fuhr of Blanchard taking Reserve.

In the Yorkshire group, Molly Buckmaster of Porter FFA won Champion, followed by Bristol Rogers from Fort Gibson with the Reserve.

The Spotted Gilt Show saw Preston Haines of Tecumseh 4H walk off with the Champion title, followed by Mylli Hoffman of Morrison FFA with Reserve.

Click here for the full schedule for the 2023 OYE. The Oklahoma Farm Report team will be snapping pictures from start to finish- and you can see them as we add them to our Flickr album for 2023- available here. If you want to look back to the 2022 OYE- click here for our pictures from last year’s event.

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Special Thanks to the OK Pork Council for the great photos!

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