Sheep Judging
1. Brianna Hiltz                   Annapolis
2. Sarah Kittilson                Colchester
3. Drew Hood                     Cape Breton
4. Makayla King                 Antigonish
5. Claire Miner                    Kings 

1. Katherine Lahey            Lunenburg (Champion)
2. Hannah MacDonald     Cape Breton (Reserve)
3. Janessa Henry               Halifax, East Hants
4. Melanie Ross                 Hants
5.Andrea Hamilton             Colchester 

Sheep Clipping
1. Erica Sullivan and Deanna Whitehead    Hants
2. Rycha Levy and Courtney George            Pictou
3.Andrea Hamilton and Clara Congdon       Colchester
4.Danielle Wilson and Maria Duynisveld      Cumberland

Market Lamb
1.Madelan Visser             Kings
2.Victoria Brydon             Kings
3.Sophia Clark                 Kings
4.Mackenzie West           Kings
5.Bryce Keddy                  Lunenburg 

Ram Lamb
1.Tyler Rafuse                   Kings
2.Erica Sullivan                 Hants
3.Caitlyn Spence              Hants
4.Simon Raymond            Lunenburg
5.Stephanie LeBlanc       Cumberland 

Suffolk Ewe Lamb
1.Hunter Pemberton         Hants (Champion Sheep)
2.Mackenzie Little             Hants
3.Claire Miner                    Kings
4.Bryce Keddy                   Lunenburg
5.Faith Jollymore              Lunenburg 

North Country Cheviot Ewe Lamb
1.Sophia Clarke                 Kings
2.Lisa Clements                 Lunenburg
3.Amber Haslam                Lunenburg
4.Victoria Brydon                Kings
5.Danielle Wilson               Cumberland 

Dorset Ewe Lamb
1.Emma Rand                    Kings
2.Breanna Tree                  Kings
3.Julie Morash                    Hants
4.Katia Outerleys               Pictou
5.Abigail Falkenham         Colchester 

2015 Saskatchewan Junior ag sheep show

40th Annual Quebec 4-H Provincial Rally

2015 4-h industry involvement

From July 16 to 19, the Richmond 4-H Club welcomed 4-H’ers back to where it all began as they hosted the 40th annual Quebec 4-H Provincial Rally at the Expo Richmond fairgrounds.  In 1976, the Richmond Young Farmers first invited youth from other areas to compete in what was then known as Calf Rally.  Several alumni from that first event were present to assist this summer, some cheering on their own children taking part in what has become the association’s most popular activity.  This year, more than 120 members attended, coming from nine Quebec 4-H clubs, the Cercle des Jeunes Ruraux Valcourt, as well as group of ten from Saskatchewan visiting la belle province on an exchange trip.  

Participants spent the weekend demonstrating their 4-H projects including a variety of small and large animals, handicrafts, and public speaking.  The Judging Competition tested the critical thinking and communication skills of members as they identified tractor parts and evaluated Angus yearling heifers, Holstein cows, guinea pigs, maple syrup, floral arrangements, square dancing attire, and tractor safety standards. The Fitting Competition saw teams demonstrate their abilities in sheep, dairy, or beef classes. Barn Decorating, Farmers’ Olympics, and a Costume Class, where each club dressed an animal and members to represent the Rally’s theme, rounded out the event.  The 2015 theme was Tractors with a focus on the importance of proper knowledge of these essential pieces of equipment and their safe use.

Quebec 4-H would like to thank the Canadian Sheep Breeders Association and le Société des éleveurs de moutons de race pur du Québec for sponsoring the Champion Interbreed Sheep and Reserve Interbreed Sheep awards respectively.

 In 2016, the Shawville 4-H club will host the Provincial Rally. The event will take place at the Shawville Fairgrounds from July 21st to the 24th with the theme, “Hollywood”. Entrance is free to the public. 

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2015 new brunswick Provincial show

Interbreed Sheep Champion: Meaghan Rivett
Mastine Adel 59B
Reserve:Morgan Passmore
Lost Ark Fannie 

Meaghan Rivett also earned the title of Overall Champion Sheep Showperson with Morgan Passmore taking the Reserve award. 

The 2015 Nova Scotia Provincial 4-H show was held October 2nd to 4th in Windsor.  One hundred plus  4-H members took part in market lamb, showmanship, judging, sheep clipping and conformation classes. A big thank you to this year's judges,  husband and wife team Jennifer and Stephen Mutch of Kingston, PEI who are breeders of Hampshires.  Even with a power outage the show continued on.  The results were as follows:

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2015 Dauphin Agricultural Summer Fair

Champion and Reserve Sheep

Emily Brown of Creston Valley 4-H with Nancy Mallinson

British Columbia's Pacific National Exhibition

Melanie Gedeon
Public Relations Assistant
(514) 398-8738

Grand Champion Class

Champion and Reserve Market Lamb

For a complete list of results, visit our website:

2015 Nova Scotia Provincial 4-H show

​  ​ Canadian Sheep Breeders' Association

      La Société Canadienne des Éleveurs de Moutons

Ewe Lamb Other Purebred
1.Karlee Saulni          Kings (Reserve Champion Sheep)
2.Hannah Jamieson  Hants
3.Kim Sawler               Hants
4.Brianna Hiltz            Annapolis
5.Sidney Baille           Pictou 

Crossbred Ewe Lamb
1.Melanie Ross                Hants
2.Genna Miner                  Kings
3.Jenna Turner                 Lunenburg
4.Jacqueline Johnstone Kings
5.Hayley Murray               Pictou

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