Sowing the showmanship seeds


Barb Slone | Greene County News Future 4Hers got to try their hand at sheep showmanship on Aug. 1. With the help of an adult assistant children below 4H age 9 got to show a sheep. Landon Terrill won first place in the pool of serious contenders as they all took their showing seriously for the judge. Learning how its done hopefully ready to show their own animals when they reach 4H age.


Barb Slone | Greene County News Future 4Hers got to try their hand at sheep showmanship on Aug. 1. With the help of an adult assistant children below 4H age 9 got to show a sheep. Landon Terrill won first place in the pool of serious contenders as they all took their showing seriously for the judge. Learning how its done hopefully ready to show their own animals when they reach 4H age.


Barb Slone | Greene County News Future 4Hers got to try their hand at sheep showmanship on Aug. 1. With the help of an adult assistant children below 4H age 9 got to show a sheep. Landon Terrill won first place in the pool of serious contenders as they all took their showing seriously for the judge. Learning how its done hopefully ready to show their own animals when they reach 4H age.


Barb Slone | Greene County News Future 4Hers got to try their hand at sheep showmanship on Aug. 1. With the help of an adult assistant children below 4H age 9 got to show a sheep. Landon Terrill won first place in the pool of serious contenders as they all took their showing seriously for the judge. Learning how its done hopefully ready to show their own animals when they reach 4H age.


Barb Slone | Greene County News

Future 4Hers got to try their hand at sheep showmanship on Aug. 1. With the help of an adult assistant children below 4H age 9 got to show a sheep. Landon Terrill won first place in the pool of serious contenders as they all took their showing seriously for the judge. Learning how its done hopefully ready to show their own animals when they reach 4H age.

Barb Slone | Greene County News

Future 4Hers got to try their hand at sheep showmanship on Aug. 1. With the help of an adult assistant children below 4H age 9 got to show a sheep. Landon Terrill won first place in the pool of serious contenders as they all took their showing seriously for the judge. Learning how its done hopefully ready to show their own animals when they reach 4H age.

Barb Slone | Greene County News

Future 4Hers got to try their hand at sheep showmanship on Aug. 1. With the help of an adult assistant children below 4H age 9 got to show a sheep. Landon Terrill won first place in the pool of serious contenders as they all took their showing seriously for the judge. Learning how its done hopefully ready to show their own animals when they reach 4H age.

Barb Slone | Greene County News

Future 4Hers got to try their hand at sheep showmanship on Aug. 1. With the help of an adult assistant children below 4H age 9 got to show a sheep. Landon Terrill won first place in the pool of serious contenders as they all took their showing seriously for the judge. Learning how its done hopefully ready to show their own animals when they reach 4H age.

Barb Slone | Greene County News Future 4Hers got to try their hand at sheep showmanship on Aug. 1. With the help of an adult assistant children below 4H age 9 got to show a sheep. Landon Terrill won first place in the pool of serious contenders as they all took their showing seriously for the judge. Learning how its done hopefully ready to show their own animals when they reach 4H age.
http://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/08/web1_LandonTerrill.jpgBarb Slone | Greene County News Future 4Hers got to try their hand at sheep showmanship on Aug. 1. With the help of an adult assistant children below 4H age 9 got to show a sheep. Landon Terrill won first place in the pool of serious contenders as they all took their showing seriously for the judge. Learning how its done hopefully ready to show their own animals when they reach 4H age.

Barb Slone | Greene County News Future 4Hers got to try their hand at sheep showmanship on Aug. 1. With the help of an adult assistant children below 4H age 9 got to show a sheep. Landon Terrill won first place in the pool of serious contenders as they all took their showing seriously for the judge. Learning how its done hopefully ready to show their own animals when they reach 4H age.
http://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/08/web1_peewee01.jpgBarb Slone | Greene County News Future 4Hers got to try their hand at sheep showmanship on Aug. 1. With the help of an adult assistant children below 4H age 9 got to show a sheep. Landon Terrill won first place in the pool of serious contenders as they all took their showing seriously for the judge. Learning how its done hopefully ready to show their own animals when they reach 4H age.

Barb Slone | Greene County News Future 4Hers got to try their hand at sheep showmanship on Aug. 1. With the help of an adult assistant children below 4H age 9 got to show a sheep. Landon Terrill won first place in the pool of serious contenders as they all took their showing seriously for the judge. Learning how its done hopefully ready to show their own animals when they reach 4H age.
http://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/08/web1_peewee02.jpgBarb Slone | Greene County News Future 4Hers got to try their hand at sheep showmanship on Aug. 1. With the help of an adult assistant children below 4H age 9 got to show a sheep. Landon Terrill won first place in the pool of serious contenders as they all took their showing seriously for the judge. Learning how its done hopefully ready to show their own animals when they reach 4H age.

Barb Slone | Greene County News Future 4Hers got to try their hand at sheep showmanship on Aug. 1. With the help of an adult assistant children below 4H age 9 got to show a sheep. Landon Terrill won first place in the pool of serious contenders as they all took their showing seriously for the judge. Learning how its done hopefully ready to show their own animals when they reach 4H age.
http://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/08/web1_peewee3.jpgBarb Slone | Greene County News Future 4Hers got to try their hand at sheep showmanship on Aug. 1. With the help of an adult assistant children below 4H age 9 got to show a sheep. Landon Terrill won first place in the pool of serious contenders as they all took their showing seriously for the judge. Learning how its done hopefully ready to show their own animals when they reach 4H age.