Commercial Gilts Judging Results


A SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR JUDGES!
MIKE LILLEY and MILES TOENYES


Supreme Champion Commercial Gilt
Dawson Donich, Ripon 4-H

JUDGES COMMENTS
SUPREME COMMERCIAL GILT – 830002 fundamentals are all in check and she has some extras. I don’t read her just the widest ever coming at ya but she’s plenty good in that regard as I compare her.

Reserve Supreme Champion Commercial Gilt
Katelin Bean, Easy Union FFA

JUDGES COMMENTS
RESERVE SUPREME COMMERCIAL GILT – 500008 gilt just doesn’t level out of her hip as good as the champ.

Champion
Light Crossbreed
Katelin Bean
Easy Union FFA

Reserve Champion
Light Crossbreed
Anna Page
Lathrop FFA

Champion
Dark Crossbreed
Dawson Donich
Ripon 4-H

Reserve Champion
Dark Crossbreed
Alyssa Donich
Ripon FFA

Class Placings


LIGHT CROSSBREEDS

JUDGES COMMENTS
The all white gilt wins this class with relative ease. When you watch this one get out and go she has the most flexibility, the best shape, and the squarest at the ground. A good one to start the class. I follow her with the free moving blue butt, I’ll be the first to admit I would like to see more real muscle and power, but this gilt is the most fault free of the entries left. She is square coming and going, she presents a good look from the side and offers us the most complete package of the remaining gilts

NameEntry IDClass Placings 
Katelin Bean, East Union FFA5000081st
Anna Page, Lathrop FFA7479242nd
Alese Alberti, Ripon 4-H1010853rd
Colten Anderson, Escalon 4-H3625814th
Zack Hearn, Escalon FFA1623435th
Zack Hearn, Escalon FFA6113016th
Josh Flores, Lathrop FFA4941327th

DARK CROSSBREEDS

JUDGES COMMENTS
The belted gilt that this young man brings us, is one of the best we have seen all day. She is not only a breeding piece, but she has so many of those “EST’s” that we look for. Starting at the ground she is the stoutest footed female that is so square coming and going off of both ends of her skeleton. I’m not saying she is the widest there, but she is square and true. She offers plenty of shape up high, but is still feminine enough in her look to offer so many extras. I think this female could raise a big league boar as she checks all the boxes when we evaluate her. The duroc that we follow with is very unique for her breed as well. She may be deeper in her center cavity and offer a little more feminity than our winner, but I don’t read her as big legged or as dense about her skelton as our winner. Two exceptional females at the top end of this deal.

NameEntry IDClass Placings 
Dawson Donich, Ripon 4-H8300021st 
Alyssa Donich, Ripon FFA7191982nd
Katelin Bean, East Union FFA4289543rd
Joey Widmer, Ripon 4-H8939814th
Ryan George, Oak View 4-H7030095th
Alese Alberti, Ripon 4-H5340776th