Kinuso Lakeside 4-H swept the high honours at the East Peace Inter-Club 4-H Achievement Day.

Kinuso Lakeside 4-H and Mirror Landing 4-H, from Smith, competed against each other on June 3 in Spruce Point Park, west of Kinuso.

This was a livestock competition. Over the last year, the 4-H kids raised cattle and market lambs. They showed them in a competition followed by a sale of the steers and lambs. Female cattle were not sold.

Konnor Krystal, from Kinuso Lakeside 4-H, won grand champion with this black steer. That is the highest honour for a market steer, which has the most entries in a 4-H event.
Photos courtesy of the 4-H clubs.
Summer Mason, from Kinuso Lakeside 4-H, won reserve grand champion (second overall) with this red brockle steer.
Summer Mason also won supreme female with this red brockle cow and calf pair. Female cattle are less common in 4-H than steers. There are two categories which are combined in the supreme female competition. These are calf and cow pairs and heifers.
Kolten Krystal, Kinuso Lakeside 4-H, won reserve supreme female for this black heifer.
Konnor Krystal also won grand market lamb.
Elly Beamish, Kinuso Lakeside 4-H, won reserve grand market lamb.

by Staff

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