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FutureStarrGeorgia national fair
In a big field at the side of the road, rides and vendors can be found the whole day through. There is the fried chicken, candied apples, and everything else you’d expect at a fair. It’s loud, bustling and fun for everyone involved. Most importantly, it’s free!The Georgia National Fair is a state-sponsored fair that is held every October on the Georgia National Fairgrounds and Agricenter in Perry, Georgia, United States.
Maggie Miller, a 4th grade student at Grace Christian Academy, exhibited steers at the Georgia National Fair Market Beef Show October 7-9 and the Georgia National Fair Invitational Steer Show October 15-16. During the Invitational Show, Maggie was named champion 4th grade showman. Maggie also exhibited the Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer and was named the 4th Overall Steer for the 2021 Georgia National Fair Invitational Steer Show. Rachel Hayes, Bainbridge High School 11th grader, placed 1st with two market lamb entries and 4th in 11th grade market lamb showmanship. Kirksey Bell Hayes, Jones Wheat Primary 2nd grade student, was named Champion 2nd grade market lamb showmanship and Division 1 Reserve Champion. Scott Ross Hayes, Grace Christian Academy 5th grade 4-H’er, was named Champion 5th grade Market Lamb Showman and Champion Showman for 5th and 6th grade Breeding Ewe Showmanship. Additionally, Scott Ross exhibited several 1st place class wins and was named Division 2 Reserve Champion and Division 5 Grand Champion. Scott Ross was also named 5th Overall Market Lamb for the 2021 Georgia National Fair Market Lamb Show.
Exhibitors participating in the Georgia National Fair breeding gilt and market hog shows on October 14-16 were: Brannon Parker, Jake Barber, Preston Lynn, and Maci Lynn. Jake Barber, Bainbridge Middle School 4-H’er, placed 2nd in 7th grade swine showmanship. Jake also placed in the top 5 in market hog and breeding gilt classes. Grace Christian Academy 4-H’er, Preston Lynn, placed in the top 10 in market hog classes. Maci Lynn, a 2nd grade student at Grace Christian Academy, placed 5th with her purebred Yorkshire Gilt and 6th place in 1st and 2nd grade swine showmanship. Brannon Parker, Bainbridge High School student, placed in the top 10 for 11th grade swine showmanship and placed in the top 10 in the market hog class. Mrs. Breanna Thompson from Indiana and Mr. Brett Byers from Illinois served as the judges for the 2021 Georgia National Fair Swine Shows. Judges evaluated the swine in the breeding gilt and market hog classes and the exhibitors in showmanship. (Source: bainbridgega.com)