Market Swine Judging Results


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


Supreme Champion
Claire Kelley
New Jerusalem 4-H

Reserve Supreme Champion
Brock Bogetti
New Jerusalem 4-H

4-H Champion
Claire Kelley
New Jerusalem 4-H

FFA Champion
Madison Kelley
Tracy FFA

4-H Reserve Champion
Brock Bogetti
New Jerusalem 4-H

FFA Reserve Champion
Katelin Bean
East Union FFA

4-H Duroc Champion
Hunter Dumlao
New Jerusalem 4-H

JUDGES COMMENTS
“220519 will be your Champion. I think that this one utilizes his hip and hind leg better than our reserve. Still has the extras in terms of shape and dimension. Really bold ribbed and fresh in his overall makeup.”

4-H Duroc Reserve Champion
Cade Riesenbeck
Farmington 4-H

JUDGES COMMENTS
“833438 will be your reserve breed. This one certainly pushed our breed winner as he is big legged and dense. Probably a notch squarer coming right at us in relation to the champion, but I need this one to flex out of his hock a notch better. Just needs to catch a 2nd gear. But a really neat barrow to be reserve.”

FFA Duroc Champion
Madison Womack
East Union FFA

FFA Duroc Reserve Champion
Kyle Mann
Lodi FFA

4-H Hampshire Champion
Emerson Frerichs-Silveria
New Jerusalem 4-H

JUDGES COMMENTS
“375475 is going to be our Breed Champion. This guy is the stoutest constructed one that we have seen in the hamps that still maintains soundness off both ends. He offers a really neat show barrow look from the side. Hes round ribbed and has a really fresh expressive back laid in the topside of this guy. I don’t believe this guy is perfect, but I do believe he offers the most unique pieces to win. It gets relatively close in my mind between a pair, but I’m going to go ahead and keep that pair in class together.”

4-H Hampshire Reserve Champion
Wyatt Riesenbeck
Farmington 4-H

JUDGES COMMENTS
“4H RESERVE CHAMPION HAMP 329029 When we bring that 2nd place back out for reserve, she does not follow our barrow in type and kind, but I feel as though she is the levellest in her design and silhoutte. She is the soundest and most mobile one that we have out here, and her pastern strength lets her beat another one out here. If we could power this gilt up, she could have pushed our champion even harder.”

FFA Hampshire Champion
Christopher Vidales
Escalon FFA

JUDGES COMMENTS
“430525 is your grand. Good barrow.”

FFA Hampshire Reserve Champion
Shay Cunningham
Ripon FFA

JUDGES COMMENTS
“132762 is reserve. She’s a little outta breath walking but there’s good in this gilt in terms of shape look and a fresh top”

4-H Yorkshire Champion
Gauge Goehring
Tokay Colony 4-H

JUDGES COMMENTS
“523300 will be your Breed Champion York. This guy is full and fresh and offers the combination that we have talked all day. Still sound and functional with spread and mass up high.”

4-H Yorkshire Reserve Champion
Gino Brocchini
Ripon 4-H

JUDGES COMMENTS
“We will keep that pair together once again and use 799466 to be reserve. I think his balance and softness needs to proceed the shape and expression of the gilt in the first class. This barrow reads with more flesh and bone and still reaches and goes.”

FFA Yorkshire Champion
Madison Kelley
Tracy FFA

JUDGES COMMENTS
“FFA CHAMPION YORK – 442875 is a good barrow I like him a lot and drove perfect. Could be a little wider comin at ya at his knee”

FFA Yorkshire Reserve Champion
Kassidy Burris
Escalon FFA

4-H AOB Champion
Brendan Heavey
Ripon 4-H

JUDGES COMMENTS
“813567 is going to be your champion AOB. This landrace gilt puts together the most positives for me. She is the most fundamental in her build and skeleton. Really impeccable in terms of her range of motion off both ends of her skeleton. A very square built gilt that offers plenty of mass and shape in a fresh package.”

4-H AOB Reserve Champion
Luke Perry
Alpine Victor 4-H

JUDGES COMMENTS
“562612 is going to be reserve AOB. I love the view from the side on this Berkshire barrow. He may be a notch more massive in his hip and pin set relative to our champion, but I don’t think he reads as square from hock to ground. Still runs up hill and has a stout skull and forearm with plenty of expression. Congrats!”

FFA AOB Champion
Veronica Martinez
Merrill West FFA

FFA AOB Reserve Champion
Paul Avansino
Linden FFA

4-H Cross Champion
Claire Kelley
New Jerusalem 4-H

JUDGES COMMENTS
“923650 The chrome barrow brings so much good to the table. His extra look and design is so unique. As we talked in class hes so fresh and expressive up high and yet still has great reach and range off of both ends of his skeleton. I believe the combination of skeletal integrity and power make him our breed champ.”

4-H Cross Reserve Champion
Brock Bogetti
New Jerusalem 4-H

JUDGES COMMENTS
“379587 We follow are chrome barrow with this solid black barrow. This young mans barrow is presented to a tee. This guy is very athletic and square. Has the same show barrow look and back shape as our champion. I didnt read him as stout at the ground as our champion and I didnt think he flexed of his rear two as far as our champ. Really awesome pair of barrows!”

FFA Cross Champion
Katelin Bean
East Union FFA

JUDGES COMMENTS
“FFA CHAMPION CROSS – 300548. Barrow offers a ton of power in a sound package he need a shot of bone and if lay him in a little smoother at his Hamloin”

FFA Cross Reserve Champion
Jilleen Sanders
Escalon FFA

Class Placings


4-H MARKET SWINE

4-H DUROCS – BREAK 1

JUDGES COMMENTS
“Class winner is very unique in his look and design. Runs up hill and has a great hip and hind leg. Young lady does an awesome job presenting her animal. 2nd place barrow has more rib and body coupled with more center dimension compared to our class winner. However, we need to extend him up front and free him up on his rear two to move him up.”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Anneke Mathews, Alpine Victor 4-H2811221
Joshua Robertson, Linden Peters 4-H7921772
Mason Casas, Linden Peters 4-H4296023
Lucas Yeager, Alpine Victor 4-H5585754
Ryan George, Oak View 4-H4005145
Dilan Hitt, Ripon 4-H5332356

4-H DUROCS – BREAK 2

JUDGES COMMENTS
“Class winner is very stout in his construction. Really stout in terms of his skull and forearm. When the young man gets his head up he has plenty of look and really square coming and going with tons of shape . I like this one a bunch. The 2nd place gilt follows are class winner in type and kind. Still has a good look and plenty of shape. Range of motion is very good. Maybe not as stout as our class winner and need to fix her in her ham/loin hook up.”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Hunter Dumlao, New Jerusalem 4-H2205191
Joey Widmer, Ripon 4-H5042802
Allie Alicea, Escalon 4-H4980673
Peyton Stagno, Escalon 4-H2785044
Alexandria Fiser, Escalon 4-H2248315
Zoey Baracosa, Escalon 4-H2252876
Cade Martens, Tokay Colony 4-H4216707

4-H DUROCS – BREAK 3

JUDGES COMMENTS
“We start the class with another stout constructed one that is still sound enough. This guy is bold ribbed, big legged and square coming and going. The young lady in 2nd gives us a longer and more extended look, but just gives up the added dimension compared back to our class winner.”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Cade Riesenbeck, Farmington 4-H8334381
Alyssa Manchester, Ripon 4-H2772262
Frankie Teicheira, Escalon 4-H2462323
Jacob Goatcher, Escalon 4-H5549724
Erika Thomas, Tokay Colony 4-H1709585
Jax Moran, New Jerusalem 4-H1767186

4-H HAMPSHIRES – BREAK 4

JUDGES COMMENTS
“We start the class with a really square made attractive barrow. Great range of motion with lots of shape and power. 2nd place gilt is really attractive and taller shouldered than our class winner. However, we need to clean her hocks up in order to move her any higher.”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Nicholas Giannini, Linden Peters 4-H7830361
Sienna Wallior, Tokay Colony 4-H3897882
Nathan Yeager, Alpine Victor 4-H3908313

4-H HAMPSHIRES – BREAK 5

JUDGES COMMENTS
“I like the added and look and stoutness to win this class. This young man drives us one that is really neat from the side with extra shape up high. Leaves us with a big square hind leg. Gets close for 2nd in this class but I elected to use this young ladies barrow that offers extra bone and dimension. Perhaps a notch better in his chest and knee than our class winner; however, not as fresh in his overall appearance.”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Dawson Donich, Ripon 4-H5949741
marina Cardoso-Sousa, Ripon 4-H7439102
Bobby Costa, New Jerusalem 4-H5415553
Caleb Mann, Alpine Victor 4-H1442094
Hadlee Evans, Tokay Colony 4-H5932975
Ayden Wright, Tokay Colony 4-H8127076
Kali Roberson, Alpine Victor 4-H4080057

4-H HAMPSHIRES – BREAK 6

JUDGES COMMENTS
“This young man does an awesome job driving us a really well balanced fresh appearing belted gilt. She really comes at us square and true and transitions back with plenty of back shape up high. Her range of motion is really good. Certainly we would like to square her hock, but in this class she needs to win. The off belted gilt that falls into 2nd is cut out of the same make and mold in terms of shape and freshness. This gilt gets a little shorter coupled in terms of her hip and hind leg for me.”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Edward  “EJ” Bruno, Ripon 4-H4813101
Colin Wright, Tokay Colony 4-H4320192
Caiden Sauer, New Jerusalem 4-H6654713
Adeline Reece, New Jerusalem 4-H8298114
William Wood, Alpine Victor 4-H7985215
Joseph Petersen, Alpine Victor 4-H1216586
Gillian Vaccarezza, Linden Peters 4-H3151247

4-H HAMPSHIRES – BREAK 7

JUDGES COMMENTS
“Tall shoulder really good looking one here that we start with. Still fresh in her appearance and shapely. She excels the class in terms of her reach and flex off of both ends and lays in a more appropriate square hock. The young lady in 2nd probably has more total mass and density, but we need to square her hock up.”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Thomas Patteson, New Jerusalem 4-H3555061
Haley Schmidke, Ripon 4-H6418782
Sophia Alberti, Alpine Victor 4-H2044953
Rock Evans, Tokay Colony 4-H1236454
Kyle VanArsdell, Escalon 4-H3639115
Gianna Vaccarezza, Linden Peters 4-H2393276
Dylan Lee, Escalon 4-H4962517

4-H HAMPSHIRES – BREAK 8

JUDGES COMMENTS
“One of the most challenging classes we have sorted thru. We are going to start with the young mans barrow that gives us the most positives. I don’t think this barrow overwelms us anywhere, but he is the most correct in this class. The 2nd place hog is the stoutest individual in class that offers all the “est’s” however, she needs to go better off of both ends of her skeleton. The added muscle still excels her to the top of the class.”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Lance Schaede, Linden Peters 4-H8893491
Ava Wood, Alpine Victor 4-H5165672
Gregory Adams, Escalon 4-H8456153
Karis Mann, Alpine Victor 4-H7022494
Tiago Chadinha, Escalon 4-H4768975
Rylan Koops, Farmington 4-H2369526
Kenley Koops, Farmington 4-H8073587

4-H HAMPSHIRES – BREAK 9

JUDGES COMMENTS
“This barrow combines the look and added mass to find his way to the top. Still has good range of motion coupled with plenty shape and squareness. I would like to clean his lymph nodes up in his flank but still the combination hog. The 2nd place barrow, acts as though hes fighting a little ear infection today is the most powerful hog in the class. Tons of bone and mass and really stout in his feature. I just didnt think this one was strong enough in his front pasterns or true enough coming at me.”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Cade Vallee, Farmington 4-H9695711
Kailyn Owen, Ripon 4-H4741882
Brandon Sweat, Oak View 4-H7587033
Bryce Vallee, Farmington 4-H2325314
Ava Brocchini, Ripon 4-H1012305
Sara Dutra, Ripon 4-H9979836
Makayla Ardissono, Tokay Colony 4-H3179497

4-H HAMPSHIRES – BREAK 10

JUDGES COMMENTS
“Really intriguing barrow that is so square and flexible. Comes at you as square and true and yet maintains that dimension up high and from behind. This barrow is a short backed expressive animal that looks like he can go the distance. The gilt we find in 2nd is extremely unique in her build and balance. Shes still impeccable on her feet and legs and truly presented to a tee. Relative to our class winner she gives up the added bone and mass.”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Emerson Frerichs-Silveria, New Jerusalem 4-H3754751
Wyatt Riesenbeck, Farmington 4-H3290292
Mariah Bogetti, Ripon 4-H1722923
Ashley Bottoms, Linden Peters 4-H7468954
Jacob Freeman, Tokay Colony 4-H2186375
Anthony Correia, New Jerusalem 4-H1211416
Mckenzie Evans, Tokay Colony 4-H7264917

4-H YORKSHIRES – BREAK 11

JUDGES COMMENTS
“A little difficult to read in this class, but I think this one has the length and extension to win. She still has plenty of shape and muscle to go with the balance. Id love to soften this one up and I’ll be the first to admit she is not the heavest boned but still a good place to start. The gilt that falls into 2nd needs to be commended on his skin and hair! Simply impeccable for a white one. This gilt is bigger bodied and softer centered in relation to our class winner. However, we need to fix this gilt from hock to ground as she wants to bow and roll.”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Arias Verduzco, New Jerusalem 4-H3308971
Landon Crawford, Ripon 4-H5730312
Owen Conklin, Ripon 4-H9092003
Gavin Wright, Tokay Colony 4-H3283644
Leighton Bridges, Ripon 4-H1896315

4-H YORKSHIRES – BREAK 12

JUDGES COMMENTS
“This barrow combines the look and balance to go ahead and win. He still offers plenty of mass and shape up high as well. Just a combination barrow that reaches and flexes off both ends. I would like to pick him up on his front pasterns, but thats being critical on a really good market barrow. Young man drives another really good built barrow into the 2nd hole. Still correct in his make up and has plenty of dimension to rise to the top.”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Gauge Goehring, Tokay Colony 4-H5233001
Gino Brocchini, Ripon 4-H7994662
Ethan Warmerdam, Tokay Colony 4-H3884493
Molly Schmidke, Ripon 4-H1156734
Preston Jones, New Jerusalem 4-H9811965

4-H AOB – BREAK 13

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Jakob Hixson, Oak View 4-H4631581
Emily Pires, Escalon 4-H2328782
Marco Chadinha, Escalon 4-H7816553
Eston Tucker, Oak View 4-H8291544

4-H AOB – BREAK 14

JUDGES COMMENTS
“A really challenging video to try and get a read on this berkshire. However, I think this one offers the most positives. Really fresh and expressively shaped, and she has the extra chiseled look up front for a berk. I love the power and squareness coming and going. The chester gilt is going to fall into 2nd. Heres another one thats great on her running gear and combines that look and balance as well. Maybe not as powerful or as fresh as our class winner, but a very nice gilt.”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Luke Perry, Alpine Victor 4-H5626121
Mason Fiser, Escalon 4-H7779482
Mason Leal, Escalon 4-H1211283
Colten Anderson, Escalon 4-H2844934
Leyla Loudermilk, Alpine Victor 4-H2639595
Helen Olson, Escalon 4-H5992676

4-H AOB – BREAK 15

JUDGES COMMENTS
“We are going to pair the two landraces up in this class, and I’m going to elect to use the gilt over the barrow. I think she offers more rib and center body dimension. She balances a nickel better and is really good on her feet and legs. The barrow may be a touch stouter in his bone work, but I think he gets a little harder in his design and lacks the depth and finish to beat the gilt in this particular class.”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Brendan Heavey, Ripon 4-H8135671
Drew Wirstlin, Ripon 4-H3151952
Garrett Rose, Alpine Victor 4-H5220353
Joy Olson, Escalon 4-H7179724
Daniel Olson, Escalon 4-H5257325
Mariya Virgen, Oak View 4-H6905296

4-H AOB – BREAK 16

JUDGES COMMENTS
“The chester gilt certainly brings the most power and mass in this particular class. Shes so stout and bold in terms of her bone and center mass. The cruiser barrow that falls into 2nd is certainly sounder and more flexible off of both ends, but he lacks the added width and power that the gilt has.”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Abigail Hendley, Ripon 4-H7167771
Poppy Storm, Alpine Victor 4-H1638382
Payton Ullia, Ripon 4-H6284853
Ashley Cabebe, Alpine Victor 4-H6989024
Dylan Vana, Linden Peters 4-H9778415
Liahna Costilla, New Jerusalem 4-H6689796

4-H CROSSBRED – BREAK 17

JUDGES COMMENTS
“This chromed up gilt is going to win the class. One that offers plenty of look and extension with lots of raw shape and muscle. Her bone and foot mass match all of her proportions in a sound and functional package. The predominately blue gilt will be 2nd. Lots of power and dimension in this gilt; however, we need to elevate her at her shoulder and square her hock up.”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Dylan Peterson, Alpine Victor 4-H5542421
Jacob Martin, Oak View 4-H2983372
Haylee Martin, Oak View 4-H6064743
Alyssa LaVelle, New Jerusalem 4-H1052684
Sophia Marchand, Alpine Victor 4-H6593225
Tyler Hamilton, New Jerusalem 4-H6703796
Ellie Mathews, Alpine Victor 4-H8198547

4-H CROSSBRED – BREAK 18

JUDGES COMMENTS
“The predominately black gilt with white stockings is going to start this class. One that I feel like has the most center body dimension and still carries that in a comfortable package. Plenty of look up front and lots of shape to go with it. The blue barrow will follow in terms of soundness. He may offer a little better look and elevation thru his front end; but with that he gets harder and flatter in his rib and body.”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Alejandro Melendez, Jefferson 4-H5065321
Logan Rose, Alpine Victor 4-H6669482
Steven Marchand, Alpine Victor 4-H2722133
Austin Lee, Escalon 4-H9381174
Gage Wicke, Linden Peters 4-H9562045
landon foster, Ripon 4-H7054796
Willow Storm, Alpine Victor 4-H8942037
Dustin Peterson, Alpine Victor 4-H5458678

4-H CROSSBRED – BREAK 19

JUDGES COMMENTS
“This chrome gilt offers so much good in terms of balance and quality. Really love the range of motion and just how comfortable she is. Still has plenty of power for her weight and excels in the class. The wide belted gilt the young man is driving fell into a tough class and will be 2nd. Shes very square built with lots of expression up high. Great in terms of her depth of body and fill. Just didnt think she was as long in her hip or as extended as our class winner.”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Alese Alberti, Ripon 4-H5001531
Luke De Jong, Escalon 4-H2734462
Devin Teicheira, Escalon 4-H1585553
austin foster, Ripon 4-H2209664
Brock Montgomery, Jefferson 4-H3787555
Madison Hendley, Ripon 4-H6848366
Payton Abrew, Escalon 4-H8896427

4-H CROSSBRED – BREAK 20

JUDGES COMMENTS
“The halloween colored barrow is going to lead off in this class. He offers the most expressive shape and dimension down his top and still is sound enough. He has the extra look and design that stands out. Where he excels over our 2nd is how he utilizes his hip and hind leg. No doubt the other calico barrow that falls in 2nd is stouter in his bone and foot size. Probably offers the most dimension and mass as well. I need to reconstruct this guys hock to move him up any higher.”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Kristen Manchester, Ripon 4-H7294461
Brooklyn Singh, Ripon 4-H8590862
Corbin Mettler, Alpine Victor 4-H3515773
Samuel Bruno, Ripon 4-H7816414
Amandataylor Morelos, Jefferson 4-H7210965
Benjamin Melendez, Jefferson 4-H7379046
Roman Alejandre, Jefferson 4-H2414667
Aimy VanDykhuizen, Ripon 4-H1408838

4-H CROSSBRED – BREAK 21

JUDGES COMMENTS
“This class is like a bag of skittles…all types and kinds and not one that just stands out. The blue barrow we are going to use is the power hog in class that has plenty of rib and dimension. I would definitely balance him up and make him stouter in his bone and foot. The 2nd follows in type and kind being that hes still got plenty of muscle and dimension. Needs a little more extension up front and I’d elevate him at the point of his shoulder.”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Caidence Galluzi, Linden Peters 4-H1330411
Michael Pires, Escalon 4-H4389672
Luis Cardoso-Sousa, Ripon 4-H2126433
Caleb Nielsen, New Jerusalem 4-H2509084
Nicholas LaVelle, Jefferson 4-H9884415

4-H CROSSBRED – BREAK 22

JUDGES COMMENTS
“One of the best classes we have seen all day. This blue mask gilt is going to win from a balance and freshness standpoint. She is so good from the side and elevated at the point of her shoulder. With that she combines the muscle and squareness to excel over the the solid black barrow. The black barrow follows in type and kind. Maybe not as attractive up thru his head and neck but still big legged and square coming and going.”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Evelynne Madsen, Ripon 4-H4401771
Luke Bridges, Ripon 4-H8285072
Cheyanne Griffith, New Jerusalem 4-H7903233
Chad Friis, Linden Peters 4-H8623764
Katelyn Hendley, Ripon 4-H2908535

4-H CROSSBRED – BREAK 23

JUDGES COMMENTS
“The calico gilt is a really stout production oriented type of female. She is extra stout in her bone and foot and still really flexible off of both ends. The solid white gilt that falls in 2nd is really square coming and going and still has plenty of power to rival our class winner. Really solid pair.”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Lana Crawford, Ripon 4-H6548561
Sophia Melendez, Jefferson 4-H6712472
Faviola Vasquez, Alpine Victor 4-H2250193
Ty Valencia, Ripon 4-H8961964
Jake Guibor, Escalon 4-H9116565
Cole Borges, New Jerusalem 4-H5272936
Danielle Marieiro, New Jerusalem 4-H2000827

4-H CROSSBRED – BREAK 24

JUDGES COMMENTS
“The chrome barrow is going to lead us off. One thats very stout in his make up and still very athletic. I love the shape and definition this barrow carries up high and yet he still combines that with a great look from the side. The white stocking barrow is going to fall into 2nd. I love the extra look and design of this barrow. However, I need to clean this barrows hocks up and square him from hock to ground.”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Taylor Ballard, Ripon 4-H6069411
Hayley Bogetti, Ripon 4-H3850162
Anthony LaVelle, New Jerusalem 4-H7991523
Daniel Clary, Linden Peters 4-H1522084
Mason Galluzi, Linden Peters 4-H7257535
Eran Williams, Escalon 4-H8405896
Emilio Machado Perez, Escalon 4-H7571567

4-H CROSSBRED – BREAK 25

JUDGES COMMENTS
“We are going to start with the solid black barrow. He has tons of look coupled with big big legs. Still lots of shape and power to go with it. The calico barrow falls into 2nd based on his muscularity and power. With that he gets rounder and steeper in his hip compared to our class winner.”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Jackson Bottoms, Linden Peters 4-H1069931
Payton Gillians, Jefferson 4-H2615572
Wade Sadler, Ripon 4-H8463683
Tyler Powell, Farmington 4-H4548174
Luke Abrew, Escalon 4-H2107265
Case Borges, New Jerusalem 4-H6159946

4-H CROSSBRED – BREAK 26

JUDGES COMMENTS
“An extremely unique barrow to start with. Absolutely incedible in terms of freshness and back shape. Still killer built with an awesome range of motion. Easy winner for me. The belted barrow that falls into 2nd is really stout legged and still has all the production that you need in a market barrow. Not as fresh or as attractive as our class winner.”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Claire Kelley, New Jerusalem 4-H9236501
Brooklyn Ballard, Ripon 4-H6591452
Zaeyah Melo, Ripon 4-H4288753
Matthew Clary, Linden Peters 4-H6101824
Danielle Teicheira, Escalon 4-H2362445
Darrian Marieiro, New Jerusalem 4-H6639356

4-H CROSSBRED – BREAK 27

JUDGES COMMENTS
“The solid black barrow start off with hit me as hard as anything we have seen. Really neat show barrow proportions. Short expressive backed but yet really nest and attractive up front. Really fresh in his rib and body and impeccable coming and going. The blue gilt falls into 2nd as she istill really lean and attractive with tons of shape and muscle. Id like to soften this gilt up and give her a shot more bone.”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Brock Bogetti, New Jerusalem 4-H3795871
Nathan Warmerdam, Tokay Colony 4-H8801472
Addison Perry, New Jerusalem 4-H3836643
Joseph Dutra, Independent3983754
Matthew LaVelle, Jefferson 4-H9951455

FFA MARKET SWINE

FFA DUROCS – BREAK 1

JUDGES COMMENTS
“BREAK 1: good gilt to win in terms of rib bone and soundness. Good hog in second which power and mass just needs to me a little sounder”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Madison Womack, East Union FFA4950171
Kyle Mann, Lodi FFA2630322
Gabriel Alegre, East Union FFA6876353
Azarae Hart, Linden FFA9269134
Ashton DeVries, Lodi FFA4677285
Joshua Craighead, Manteca FFA1973506

FFA HAMPSHIRES – BREAK 2

JUDGES COMMENTS
“BREAK 2: pigs don’t wanna drive to good in this class haha. Good gilt to win. Big bones and square with a good look. Sound one in 2nd that needs more to him”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Jeweliana Mann, Lodi FFA9729721
Jillian Juqueiro, Escalon FFA6398812
Anthony Cowan, Linden FFA4786293
Delaney Vasquez, Lodi FFA2014114
Daniel Barkley, Lodi FFA6434545

FFA HAMPSHIRES – BREAK 3

JUDGES COMMENTS
“BREAK 3:big lean shapely gilt square and sound. Hog in second may be a big softer ribbed, but needs to be looser in her movement”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Angelina Barbuscia, Lodi FFA1744271
Guy Hein, Lodi FFA2836692
Hannah Osgood, East Union FFA8634083
Desiree Vasquez, Lodi FFA5992364
Lauren Hanson, Lodi FFA4869015
Carson Smith, Manteca FFA8724916
Stephano Casciaro, Lodi FFA1731478

FFA HAMPSHIRES – BREAK 4

JUDGES COMMENTS
“BREAK 4:real nice one to win. Barrow in second offers a great look and built good just needs a little more muscle like your class winner”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Shay Cunningham, Ripon FFA1327621
Auston Schmierer, Lodi FFA6441912
Max Niemantsverdriet, Lodi FFA1549313
Joslyn Horton, Lodi FFA3424514
William Patteson, Tracy FFA6688945
Sarah Booth, Independent9755456
Jacob Myers, Ripon FFA5787917

FFA HAMPSHIRES – BREAK 5

JUDGES COMMENTS
“BREAK 5:really like the class winner a lot. Pig in second a big ribbed good moving one that needs a pinch more bone”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Christopher Vidales, Escalon FFA4305251
Haley Esteban, Ripon FFA2317142
Josh Flores, Lathrop FFA1064703
Joseph Cowan, Linden FFA8178834

FFA HAMPSHIRES – BREAK 6

JUDGES COMMENTS
“Good big barrow to win little flat on front feet. Solid hog in second needs more shape”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Alexis Melo, Tracy FFA2351631
Caitlin Newport, Lodi FFA6747642
Michael Cowan, Linden FFA7614983
Makayla Kranich, Tokay FFA8074214
Nickolas Vana, Linden FFA5808115

FFA YORKSHIRES – BREAK 7

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Jack Fitzgerald, Escalon FFA8384261
Lucia Gideon, Linden FFA9624052
Autumn Roth-Martin, East Union FFA1539363
Mohrgan Fry, Lodi FFA4322084
Madison Kautz-Johnson, Lodi FFA3290405

FFA YORKSHIRES – BREAK 8

JUDGES COMMENTS
“Big time barrow to win this class thing a monster and moves good. Solid barrow in 2 that isn’t as bulky but still good.”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Madison Kelley, Tracy FFA4428751
Kassidy Burriss, Escalon FFA3291522
Shelby Lubben, Ripon FFA8650953
Taylor Perry, Tracy FFA5190634
Dillan Booth, Escalon FFA9260425
Amanda Veltkamp, Ripon FFA2262586
Jessica Freitas, Escalon FFA5086117

FFA AOB – BREAK 9

JUDGES COMMENTS
“Solid barrow to when that’s got some power. 2nd place looks a lot like him but needs to move better”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Maddox Casas, Linden FFA8015891
Celeste Castillou, Linden FFA6768522
Daphne Meredith, Lodi FFA7711263
Ariana Meier, Lodi FFA1013224

FFA AOB – BREAK 10

JUDGES COMMENTS
“BREAK 10: Real nice gilt to win that’s just super correct. The second place barrow is a big boned wife built one that’s doesn’t have quite the look and pattern”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Veronica Martinez, Merrill West FFA9011941
Paul Avansino, Linden FFA7199302
Jaiden Arguelles, Lathrop FFA6641713
Alyssa Salcedo, Escalon FFA4536534
Blake Baier, Tracy FFA7572235

FFA CROSSBREEDS – BREAK 11

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Sahara Pfisterer, East Union FFA8939361
Amaris Flores, Lodi FFA6233422
Carson Devine, Lodi FFA3058733
Isabella Pires, Manteca FFA7841064
Logan Roberson, Lodi FFA2851125
Ruby Scott, Tracy FFA7995437
Lukas Roberson, Lodi FFA4939389

FFA CROSSBREEDS – BREAK 12

JUDGES COMMENTS
“BREAK 12:a powerhouse to win the class that moves good really good blue barrow. 2nd is a two sound good lookin gilt that doesn’t have as much bulk”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Stryder Davis, Independent7405351
Joseph Hjelmstad, Linden FFA8010592
Anna Page, Lathrop FFA3974273
Krista Solt, Lodi FFA9291864
Colton Panero, Escalon FFA8217775
Julia Fry, Lodi FFA8162416
Christian Friis, Linden FFA6172867
Tatiana Maya, Merrill West FFA3011708
Francisco Vazquez, Escalon FFA6880739

FFA CROSSBREEDS – BREAK 13

JUDGES COMMENTS
“Really a good class. Top 4 very nice. Hog that wins is just a massive one that moves good and is super fresh. I like this barrow a lot that’s 2nd. Big legged good lookin square. Not as loose moving. Blue barrow that’s 3rd this you g lady does awesome showing. This is a good barrow that just needs more muscle and bone. The black headed gilt that’s 4th is good looking from the side and really good designed. She’s just not as wide as the other 3 and I don’t see her moving as good.”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Katelin Bean, East Union FFA3005481
Elijah Ware, East Union FFA3971552
Alyssa Donich, Ripon FFA3620733
Kylee Duree, Ripon FFA5048294
Emily Dondero, Linden FFA4639775
Faith Hunt, Lodi FFA9593276
Gloria Martinez Mota, Merrill West FFA1884357

FFA CROSSBREDS – BREAK 14

JUDGES COMMENTS
“Darn good barrow to win this class. Maybe has a little to much fat cover outside that he’s stout and sound. 2nd place is a good looking one that moves well and just needs more bone and mass”

NameEntry IDClass Placing
Jilleen Sanders, Escalon FFA2653751
Kaitlin Elliott, Lathrop FFA1079852
Alexis Schaede, Linden FFA2201963
Carlie Howell, Merrill West FFA8665114
Corbin Belcher, Lathrop FFA8514825
Gavin Beier, Merrill West FFA2295836
Alyson Kroll, Venture FFA3239227
Austin Halliburton, Tokay FFA8478178