Young, Nichols win goat showmanship, market contests


Chris Young showed his experience and time spent with goats as he competed in the goat show on Tuesday at the Madison County Fair. Young won Showman of Showmen among goat exhibitors.

Annie Haenszel took first place in market goat showmanship in her age group on Tuesday at the Madison County Fair. It is her first year to win a class championship. A member of the West Jefferson High School class of 2015, she will attend Columbus State in the fall.

Goat show contestants at the Madison County Fair parade their animals before goat judge, Kent Davidson, right, of Pemberville, Ohio, near Bowling Green. He has been judging goats for 15 years and raising Boer goats for 18 years. He has 150 head of goats.

Goat show finalists, from left, Ashlyn Nichols, Annie Haenszel and Chris Young set up their goats to allow judge Kent Davidson one more look at them during the goat show Tuesday at the Madison County Fair.

Chris Young showed his experience and time spent with goats as he competed in the goat show on Tuesday at the Madison County Fair. Young won Showman of Showmen among goat exhibitors.

Annie Haenszel took first place in market goat showmanship in her age group on Tuesday at the Madison County Fair. It is her first year to win a class championship. A member of the West Jefferson High School class of 2015, she will attend Columbus State in the fall.

Goat show contestants at the Madison County Fair parade their animals before goat judge, Kent Davidson, right, of Pemberville, Ohio, near Bowling Green. He has been judging goats for 15 years and raising Boer goats for 18 years. He has 150 head of goats.

Goat show finalists, from left, Ashlyn Nichols, Annie Haenszel and Chris Young set up their goats to allow judge Kent Davidson one more look at them during the goat show Tuesday at the Madison County Fair.

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