Murray Perkins had the grand champion in Friday night’s Henry County Fair Commercial Beef Show with his cow and calf pair. Gatlin Gulish had the reserve grand champion.
There were 20 heifers shown this year, up from last year.
In the Jackpot Steer Show, Gulish had the grand champion, while Perkins had reserve grand.
In the showmanship categories, Wesson Gulish was named the pee wee winner, Grace Wyatt won the novice division, Blaire Lamon was the winner for the junior title and the senior showman was Dakota Baker.
The judge was Jeremy Childers. He is a former agriculture teacher who graduated in 1996 from Middle Tennessee State University.
He earned a master’s degree from the University of Alabama and a doctorate from Samford University. He showed animals for 40 years.
Gatlin Gulish, first; Kayce Benson, second; and Wesson Gulish, third.
Murray Perkins, first; Kyleigh Rainey, second; and Garrett Kennedy, third.
Dallas Bomar, first; Stephanie Dorris, second; and Grace Wyatt, third.
Christian Hawbaker, first.
LATE JUNIOR YEARLING
Gatlin Gulish, first.
EARLY JUNIOR YEARLING
Blaire Lamon, first; and Johnathan Hawbaker, second.
LATE SENIOR YEARLING
Curtis Bomar, first; and Dakota Baker, second.
COW AND CALF PAIR
Murray Perkins, first.