By Manny Paiva
Local 4-H members performed well at the Royal Winter Fair in Toronto.
The Largest 4-H Show in Canada -- the "TD Dairy Classic" with over 350 calves -- was held at the Royal Winter Fair in Toronto.
Local 4-H members did well.
The Jersey calf class was won by Adrian Franken of Teeswater.
In the Jersey Junior yearling class, Riley Hastie of Grey County placed first with a Brown Swiss heifer.
Rail Line Farms of Goderich had a successful day in the beef cattle ring.
With their Limousin cattle, they won the Junior heifer calf championship, finished first in the bull calf class, and took home the banners for the two Get of Sire classes and the coveted breeders herd honours.
After Hours Limousin of Tara had the 5th and 6th place finish in the heifer calf class, and Emily Gibson, Ripley had the third place heifer calf.
Local 4-H members did well in the National Junior Beef Heifer show.
Bruce County took the awards in the Maine Anjou category.
Rebecca Hodgins of Kincardine was named Champion and Brittany Weber of Kincardine was named Reserve.
In the Charolais calf class, Sara Wyville showed the Reserve Champion.
Patchell Livestock of Hanover won the Pair of Bulls class.
And Destiny Simmentals of Meaford, was named Reserve Champion in the Simmental Bull division for Destiny Brawler.