NOC sheep production class exhibits 20 sheep at Tulsa State Fair

Ponca City Now - October 28, 2019 12:04 pm

TONKAWA — The Northern Oklahoma Sheep Production and Management class recently attended the Tulsa State Fair Open Breeding Sheep Show.

The students exhibited 20 sheep from the NOC flock in the Dorset, Hampshire and Suffolk divisions.  NOC exhibited the Reserve Champion Dorset Ram and were named the Premier Exhibitors of the Dorset and Hampshire breeds.

This picture is of a second place February Ewe Lamb, NOC 9066, and the NOC Sheep Show Team.  Pictured from left are Sydni Case, Wellston, OK; Brynna Keeler, Ponca City, OK; Bailey Hooper, Temple, OK; Bridget Kemp, Adair, OK; JaLeigh Oldenberg (holding sheep), Mulhall, OK; Brock Moman, Newkirk, OK; Emily Miller, Lebanon, IN and Bart Cardwell, Sheep Center Herdsman.

 

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