These are unprecedented times, and we understand you may not feel comfortable coming out to the fair this year. This virtual premium sale will not take place of the Annual Junior Livestock Premium Sale, however, it is a way to allow those who want to support these hard-working kids from the comfort of their own home.
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Meagan is a straight A 7th grade student at Fountain Lake Middle School. She is a member of Jr Beta Club, Ft Lake Basketball and Volleyball, and has played softball for 9 years. Meagan enjoys camping, hiking and sleeping! She's a member of Barnyard clovers 4 H club. This is her 4th year showing goats. Meagan has bred her own goats for two years to show in the fair. She has learned a lot about responsibilities, medical procedures and overall farm life since joining 4-H and starting to raise and show her own animals. Meagan plans to be a veterinarian and is learning and working toward that goal.
Adalynn is 6 years old entering the 1st grade. This will be her 2nd year to show. She enjoys spending time outside. She has goats, chickens, and dogs. She loves all her animals, but her favorite goat and best friends name is Bella! Adalynn can’t wait to be in the show ring again this year.
Jaylon is 10 years old entering the 5th grade. This will be Jaylon’s 4th year to show. He loves spending time on the farm. Jaylon also enjoys playing football, basketball, gardening, and playing in the creek. Jaylon can’t wait to get back in the show ring and spend time with his show buddies.
Rya is in the Cool Clovers 4-H Club. She is showing three hogs, Chica the Berk, Rona, and Jesus. Her favorite thing about showing is that she loves to spend all the time she can with her pigs, meeting new people and spending time with her family. Rya has been showing pigs for the past 8 years.
Hannah is in 9th grade and is a part of the Pinewood Clovers 4-H Club. It is her first year to show pigs. Her pig’s name is Chunky Monkey. Hannah is also showing a market steer this year named, “Hey Cow.” Hannah has also showed goats in the past year’s fair.
Ryder is a member of Mountain Pine FFA. His pig’s name is Dwight and this is his 3rd year showing pigs. This year, Ryder raised his own litter of Hereford pigs and Dwight is one of the pigs from that litter.
Beth is a member of Mountain Pine FFA. Her goat’s name is Biscuit. Beth showed at the Special Livestock Show last year at the fair and loved it so much she wanted her own goat to show.
Madalyn is a member of Garland County 4-H and has been showing for two years. This year at the fair she is showing three hogs; Baby Blue, Pink Pig and Black Betty. She is also showing her heifer named Elsa. Madalyn loves being around the livestock showing community and meeting new people.
Marshall is a member of Barnyard Clovers 4-H. He is 9 years old and attends Fountain Lake School. This year he is showing his black steer, Midnight, his yellow steer, Winter, and D.D. the goat. Marshall likes to put in the hard work. He says, “I like showing because I get to feed them, and I get to spend time with my dad.” This is Marshall’s third year showing!
Rebeka is a 12th grade member of Cool Clovers 4H Club. She has had the opportunity to show for 7 years, starting with rabbits and chickens then moving to commercial beef. This year she wanted to expand on her experience, so she purchased two market hogs from her winnings from last year named Miranda Hambert and Jimmy Dean. Rebeka says that showing isn’t just all about the animals and winning, she’s learned valuable leadership and life skills that will help carry her on to the next level in her education in the Agriculture field. Rebeka mentions that none of this is possible without the initial opportunity, our great 4-H leaders and all those that support us throughout the year are who make it possible and for that I say thank you for your endless hours of encouragement and support!
Huntlee is 6 years old and in the first grade. She is in the Cool Clover 4-H club, and this is her second year showing and loving every minute of it. Her lambs name is Bertha, she is 10 months old. Huntlee's favorite part of the fair is getting to hang out with the pigs everyday.
Hunter is 9 years old and in the 4th grade. He is in the Cool Clovers 4-H Club. This is his third year showing. Hunter's lamb's name is Dually he is 7 months old. Hunter loves farming, hunting, fishing, and baseball. His favorite part about the fair is being able to show.
Brayden is 11 years old and in the 5th grade. His is in the Cool Clovers 4-H Club. Brayden's lamb's name is Redbull and he is 7 months old . This is Brayden's 3rd year showing. He enjoys farming, hunting, football, and fishing. His favorite part of the fair is showing.
Hayden is in 8th grade at Lakeside High School. She is the daughter of Gabrielle Williams and the granddaughter to Keith and Julie Dickson. She enjoys playing basketball, riding her horse, and participating in 4-H. She has been in 4-H for 6 years. This is her 5th year to show hogs, and her 6 years to show broilers and poultry chain chickens. She tries to grow the 4-H giant watermelons and pumpkins, sometimes she is successful, she has made it to the Arkansas State Fair twice, in the 6 years of her showing with her giant watermelons and pumpkins. She is a member of the Cool Clovers 4-H club.
Bailey has been showing in the Jr Garland County livestock show for 11 years. She enjoys being a member of Cool Clovers 4-H, the Fountain Lake Sr. High basketball team, Fountain Lake softball team, National Honors Society, Beta Club, as well as a manager for the football team. Bailey also volunteers as an ambassador with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, where she is able to assist newly diagnosed diabetic’s and their families navigate their first year of a type 1 diabetic journey. After high school, Bailey plans to attend Henderson State University to begin studying to become an endocrinologist and help others who are fighting type 1 like she is.
Audrey is in 6th grade and is a member of Cool Clovers 4-H club. This is Audrey’s 6th year to show at the Fair. This year, Audrey is showing a pig (Shiloh), a steer (Rooster), and a heifer (Grace). Audrey enjoys the challenge of working with animals and improving her showmanship skills each year. Outside of the show ring, Audrey enjoys rodeo, farm work, cooking, and crafts. Audrey plans to become a teacher.
Alison is 6 years old, in the 1st grade, and is a member of Cool Clovers 4-H club. This is Alison’s 3rd year to show animals. Alison’s favorite part of showing is working with her baby calf, Shadow. She is also showing a pig, named Jingles. Alison loves spending time with her friends at the fair. Her hobbies include rodeo, playing with her dog, and cooking.
Jenna is an 8 year old 3rd grader at Lake Hamilton Elementary and is a member of Cool Clovers 4-H. This is her 5th year to show livestock at the Garland County Fair. She shows chickens, pigs, and cows. This year, Jenna will be showing her Rhode Island Red rooster named “Barney”, her pig named “Penny”, and her bull calf named “Mac”. Jenna looks forward to working with her projects each year and thinks the best thing about showing her animals is the friends she’s made while working with them and raising them.
Laynie is a 5 year old Kindergarten student at Lake Hamilton Primary School and is a member of Cool Clovers 4-H. This is her first year to show in the Garland County Fair Livestock ring. She has previously shown her award winning chickens and is excited to get to be in the ring with the big kids this year. She will be showing her rooster named “Fido”, her pig named “Stewart”, and her calf named “Daisy”. Laynie has enjoyed learning the art of ring showing this year and has really taken to the care of her animals.
Faith is a 14 year old Freshman at Fountain Lake High School and has been a member of 4-H for nine years. She is a member of the 4-H Foundation Council, the 4-H Teen Leaders, where she serves as the photographer, and Beta Club. This is also Faith's first year to be a member of Fountain Lake FFA. Faith shows chickens, goats, and cattle. She enjoys taking pictures and spending time outside with her animals.
Lili is in 6th grade at Jessieville Middle School. She is in the Barnyard Clovers 4-H Club. Lili's hobbies include basketball, painting, makeup and hunting.
Jessica has been a member of the Lake Hamilton FFA chapter for 3 years now. She has done a few Agricultural SAE projects such as helping with rabbits and growing plants. This will be her first year to show livestock, but she has shown rabbits for the past two years. Jessica plans to go to college after she graduates from high school. She also likes to ride four-wheelers in her free time.
Ellie is 10 years old and entering the 5th grade. This will be her 5th year to show. She is in the Barnyard clovers 4-H club. She loves playing with her animals, riding her 4 wheeler and making crafts. Ellie can’t wait to get out in the show ring this year!
Levi is 8 years old and entering 3rd grade. This will be his 3rd year showing. He is in the Barnyard clovers 4-H club. He enjoys shooting his 22, racing his RC cars and playing outside. His favorite part of the fair is seeing all his friends and hanging out in the barn.
Garrison is a sixteen-year-old 11th grader at Lake Hamilton High School and a freshman at National Park College. He is a member of Lake Hamilton FFA, FCA, and National Honor Society. Garrison enjoys working on his farm, operating farm equipment, working with show animals, hunting, fishing, and spending time with family and friends when it is possible. He is honored to be a member of FFA where he has spent many hours learning lifelong lessons from other members and teachers. Garrison plans for these lessons to serve as the basis for an education and continued work once he transfers to Southern Arkansas University to pursue a degree in Agriculture. Garrison's time with Lake Hamilton FFA has been filled with only the best memories and friendships alike and for that he is thankful!
Olivia Kirschman, age 11, is in her 7th year as a 4-H member, she is currently a member of Barn Yard Clovers and Creative Clovers. Olivia has always been a homeschooled student from Pearcy, Arkansas. Olivia started learning about goats last year and this is her 2nd year to show goats at the Garland County Fair. She loves the Nigerian Dwarf breed and is learning a lot about herd management this year. She loves to create. Drawing is her favorite art activity right now. She loves all things Blue Raspberry and Pink is her favorite color. If she could have anything she wanted she would have a million goats, a small staff to help and an air conditioned barn! But definitely the million goats!!
Evan Kirschman, age 9, is his 5th year of 4-H, he is a member of Barn Yard Clovers and Creative Clovers. Evan has always been a homeschooled student from Pearcy, Arkansas. Evan decided he wanted to start learning about goats last year after the fair, this is his 1st year to show goats at the Garland County Fair. He decided to learn about Boer Goats, he has learned they are very strong and opinionated. Evan loves playing Roblox when he isn't playing with his goats. He also loves to create with legos. His favorite outdoor activity is mountain biking at Cedar Glades and North Woods. Blue and black are his favorite colors. If he could have anything he wanted he would have a goat that always did exactly what he wanted it to do!! He would also have a dog exactly like his sister's and she wouldn't be allowed to touch it!!
Preslie is 11 years old. This is her third year to show. This year she is showing her heifer, Jacee. She has a love for all animals. Preslie is excited to get in the show ring this year!
Preslee is in 5th grade at Lake Hamilton Intermediate School, she is 10 years old and is a member of Cool Clovers 4-H. This is her 4th year to show Pigs at the Garland County Fair. She has a passion for animals, especially Horses and Pigs. Preslee wants to be a Veterinarian when she grows up. She loves raising her pigs and showing them at the County and State Fair. Her pigs name is Penelope. She will also be showing her horse Cheyenne at the Fair this year. Preslee loves farming, hunting, fishing, Horse Shows and Rodeos. She has been working hard on her showmanship skills. She is super excited to be back in the show ring this year!
Diggs is in 1st grade at Lake Hamilton Primary School, he is 6 years old and is a member of Cool Clovers 4-H. This is his 4th year to show Pigs at the Garland County Fair. He loves raising pigs and showing them at the County Fair. His pigs name is Blackie. Diggs wants to be a State Trooper when he grows up. Diggs loves hunting, fishing, welding and riding four-wheelers. He is excited to be back in the show ring this year!
Weston is a 17-year-old senior at Lake Hamilton High School. He is a member of the Lake Hamilton FFA chapter. This will be my twelfth year showing. Weston enjoys trap shooting, hunting and fishing. He has been in 4-H since he was six years old.
Elizabeth is an 8th grade student at Lake Hamilton Junior High. This is Ellie's first year to show market sheep, though she has shown rabbits and cattle for 4 years at both county and state fair. Ellie also shows horses and has been doing so for 7 years on both the local and state level. She is a member of both the Cool Clovers 4-H and Lake Hamilton FFA. She has competed in horse judging events, given public speaking demonstrations, and has volunteered to help with animal tattoo ID clinics in multiple counties. Her hobbies include camping, painting, photography, and cooking. Ellie plans on opening her own business when she graduates.
Gracie is 11 years old and is in the 6th grade at Jessieville. This is her second year showing goats. Working with her goats all spring and summer has taught her a lot about hard work and perseverance. She loves to read, play softball, legos, robots, fishing, and being outdoors. Gracie is part of her school's robotics club and competed as captain at Henderson State last year with her team. She is really looking forward to showing her two knew goats this year.
Bailee is a Senior at Lake Hamilton High School. She loves to rodeo hunt fish and spend time with friends and family! Bailee has been apart of the Lake Hamilton FFA chapter for 5 years and currently holds the office of sentinel. She is also in the cool clovers 4-H group and holds the office of Vice President.
Abby is a 17 year old senior at Lake Hamilton High School. Abby has been a member of Lake Hamilton FFA and is currently serving as President. She is also a Member of the Cool clovers 4-H and is serving as secretary. This is Abby’s 8th year showing at the Garland County Fair and she will be showing at state fair this year. Abby plans on attending SAU next fall major in Ag Ed & minor in Pre-vet. She also loves to hunt deer, dove, & turkey.
Knox is showing his steer, Chief, and his wether, Hammer this year. This is his 3rd year to show. He also will be entering his poultry chain chickens, his Nigerian dwarf goats, and his Boer buck in the fair. Knox's hobbies aside from collecting animals include hunting, going to the lake, and playing football.
Ava is showing her market wether, Tomahawk this year. This her second year showing. Along with her wether she is entering her two Boer does and her poultry chain chickens. Ava enjoys spending time working with her animals, and loves to show them in the show ring. In her spare time she loves to draw, shop, and spend time with her family.
Milli is 7 years old and in 2nd grade. Milli is a member of the Garland County Cool Clovers 4-H club. This is Milli’s 2nd year to show livestock at the Garland County Junior Livestock Show. Milli used her winnings from her prize pig “Busta Rinds” last year to purchase her new pig “Miranda HAMbert.” Milli is very excited to be showing her first calf this year, “Money Man Fillet.” Milli has learned more about responsibility and hard work raising show animals and she is proud of that! Milli enjoys school, gymnastics, rodeo, swimming, tubing, kayaking, taking care of her animals, and doing tic-tok dances.
Maddi is 5 years old and a member of the Garland County Cool Clovers 4-H Club. This is Maddi’s 1st real year to show with the big kids, she just participated in showmanship last year with her pig “Cupcake” last year since she was only 4. This year, she is showing her pig named “Chris P. Bacon.” He is a Hampshire hog with lots of energy, just like her! Maddi has learned about responsibility and taking care of animals every single day just like her big sister. Maddi loves participating in gymnastics, rodeo, swimming, tubing, paddle boarding, loving on her cats and dogs, and dancing.
Nevaeh is a part of Lake Hamilton FFA chapter. This is her first year showing cattle. Nevaeh really enjoy showing and working with her cattle because it’s never the same. There’s something different each day. Over the last several months, Nevaeh has learned many things like responsibility. Nevaeh wants to give a big thank you to the Johnson family at HJ cattle company for giving her this opportunity and all of the others involved.
Emma is a fourteen-year-old 8th grader at Lake Hamilton junior high School. She is a member of Lake Hamilton FFA, and plays for Lake Hamilton JR. High volleyball, cheer leading, softball, and basketball. Emma enjoys swimming, cheer leading, softball, volleyball, and spending time with friends and family. Emma plans to become an oncologist after she graduates high school.
Raney is a sixteen-year-old 11th grader at Lake Hamilton high School. He is a member of Lake Hamilton FFA and Bass-N-Wolves fishing team. Raney enjoys hunting, fishing, and spending time with friends and family. Raney plans to get a trade in wielding when he graduates high school.
Allison, or Allie, as she is affectionately known to her friends and family, is currently a junior at Lake Hamilton High School. She is a 4.0 student and currently ranks in the Top 25 of Lake Hamilton’s Class of 2022. She is a member of a student leader organization known as Alpha Pack, a member of Beta Club, and currently serves as Reporter for Lake Hamilton’s FFA chapter. She has received various awards and recognition in the last couple years, including the 2019 Optimist Club Youth Appreciation Award and the 2019 Adam Dodd. Award.
Allison enjoys participating in the Vet Science CDE and Parliamentary Procedure LDE for Lake Hamilton FFA. She also enjoys playing piano and ukulele in her free time. Allison plans on going into the medical field and becoming a physician. Allison’s goat is named Izzy, and she is the first animal Allison has ever shown.
Justin, age 8, is a 3rd grade student at Fountain Lake Elementary. This is his 3rd year showing goats. He enjoys playing baseball, football, growing a garden, deer hunting and anything and everything outdoors. He is a member of Barnyard Clovers 4-H club.
Luke is in 3rd grade and he is 8 years old. He is showing one pig, Kevin. This is his third year to show pigs. He hopes to be able to show a steer one day! He loves riding dirt bikes and playing baseball. His favorite thing about showing is being around the animals and playing with his friends.
Emily is a member of the Mountain Pine FFA Chapter. This will be her second year showing cattle. Emily has been in FFA for about three years now. Some things that she likes to do are hiking nature trails, traveling, and painting. Emily is in band at her school. She also plays piano and a little ukulele. Emily even became a seasonal lifeguard over the summer. She has an unconditional love for animals, and they have always had a special place in her heart since she was a little girl, especially when she saw what agriculture was. It made her realize how much that we take for granted and we really don’t think about where our products come from. It has completely changed her perspective and outlook on things in the best way.
Daniel is in the 11th grade at Lake Hamilton. he is a member of the cool clovers 4-H club. This is his ninth year in 4-H. In his nine years he's raised chickens, goats, pigs, and cattle. Some of Daniel's hobbies are wrestling, fishing, hanging out with friends, and 80's music.
Daysha is a member of the Mountain Pine FFA Chapter. Some of her hobbies include working and hanging out with her friends. Daysha is going to go to school to be a cosmetologist to do hair and nails. She enjoys the new opportunities she gets to have in FFA like getting to meet new people and learning learning new things. Daysha I loves animals.