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Animal handlers in spotlight for showmanship contest at Pa. Farm Show

Animal handlers in spotlight for showmanship contest at Pa. Farm Show
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Animal handlers in the spotlight during the Art of Appearance competition at the Pennsylvania Farm Show



Jerry and Janelle. WE ARE HERE AT CENRTE ARENA WITH CURT – FROM FRANKLIN COUNTY. He just started a demonstration on how to share our sheep. One of the many things that really happened here in Farmsaw. And, you know, there are a lot of baking animal contests out there, and you can even get a judgment on how to practice and prepare at home. For most farm competitions, show the animals of those under the judge’s eyes, but for this person, the goats were on the hot seat. THEIR HANDLES ERARE. 11-year-old Reagan Florey is one of the young models who participated in the SHOWMANSHIP Try-On Contest. I like the clicking sound to get a walk or shooting like the sound of gunfire so they won’t work with their goats most of the time on her family farm in a red lion. GTSOA can tell how you want to move and learn more about goats. He can be stubborn and then he can be like a really friend together. They can be calm and they are both experienced. It is the first farm to be shown together with a blue ribbon on the line. You can’t just predict that you have to make sure it’s up to the judge. So it’s incomprehensible to have some pre-competition jet-setting and a quick fix for that for the goats. Anyway, it annoys us. Welcome a little snack before the highlight. Then they stopped. Reagan spent most of the summer at the Showmanship course practicing her hand skills which she had as many agricultural fairs as she could find, and the practice paid off even though her goal got a little bit of a turn in the race at the end the goats got a hug and returned the blue ribbon in first place. And you know, I asked Reagan the name of the goat who said he didn’t have a name, but she’s coming back tomorrow to sell the champs for the junior market auction that’s going to happen tomorrow morning a demonstration that shares all of that as we speak. There’s no actual sheep-sharing competition, but it’s part of the competition that’s going to happen on Wednesday and Kirk actually shares an extra pair. years. So, JERRY and JANELLE When you’re done, come to the bottom as you can get a firsthand experience right here at The Farm Show. Well, we can’t help but note that the sheep don’t seem to have much fun during all of this. Well, I guess that’s the right kind of use for them. Yes, right from what I understand. It doesn’t hurt them. They need to do that, and there are volunteers who represent their job. This is actually Kirk’s job. He goes. He said he said em go to Oyo, NY it’s all to sheep. And by the way, Matt, maybe we can turn to our viewers for the goats, I think the goats need a name and maybe they can come up with some. Here you are. Yes, correct. We’ll get what we’re going to get for TLE ME I know on Facebook and I’ll be

Animal handlers in the spotlight during the Art of Appearance competition at the Pennsylvania Farm Show

For most contests at the Pennsylvania Farm Fair, it’s all about the animals. But one kind of competition puts the dealers in the spotlight. Watch Matt Barcaro’s report above to hear from a young competitor.

For most contests at the Pennsylvania Farm Fair, it’s all about the animals. But one kind of competition puts the dealers in the spotlight. Watch Matt Barcaro’s report above to hear from a young competitor.

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