The Jack County Fair and live stock show was filled with many winners for 2014.

Starting off with the rabbit show Angel Rhone of Bryson ISD was presented with the grand champion banner for meat pen rabbits.

While Stephen Freeman also of BISD, was awarded with the reserve champion position.

Raney Overton of Jacksboro ISD was awarded with the grand champion breeding rabbits banner for her saw Netherland dwarf rabbit and Karson Hood, JISD, with the reserve champion banner for breeding rabbits.

Students from the county also presented their wethers and doe for the annual goat show where, individually, the children could present their hard work.

Twins from the Jacksboro FFA each showed their wether goats against each other for the title of grand champion. However only one can win, the award went to the oldest brother Hunter Smith, 17 and a junior at JISD.
His brother Tinnin Smith was awarded with reserve champion and showmanship in the wether goat division.

The results from the doe show awarded Makenna Mathis, 8, with the title of grand champion for her class 5 senior goat.

Reserve champion went to Hailey Bryan a member of the Perrin FFA.
Steer competition was on equal footing as 4-H and FFA members presented their projects to the judge. Marked with good muscle build and structure the judge’s task was difficult.


Grand champion steer division was awarded to Kimberly Hauger, 17, of Bryson ISD who has been showing projects since the third grade.

The grand champion heifer award was shown by Kaily Hamman of Perrin.

Read the full article in the Jacksboro Gazette News, Jan. 14

Bailey Harmonson of JISD and member of the FFA was presented with the reserve champion Heifer banner.