Crebroek Holsteins hosted Dundas County’s 4-H judging night, July 17

Seen in image above: Members of the Dundas 4H Club during their annual judging night. Photo courtesy of Heather McDiarmid

WINCHESTER — Dundas County held their annual 4-H judging night at Crebroek Farm on Hwy. 43, July 17 with 45 members in attendance.

The night began with a barbecue. Chocolate milk and white milk were kindly donated by the Dundas Milk Committee, who were given a great deal thanks to Greg’s Quality Meats. Registration commenced at 6:30 p.m. and the judging started at 7 p.m.

There were 9 novice, 19 juniors, 7 intermediates, and 10 seniors taking part in the event. Members were given a general knowledge and identification quiz worth 15 marks each followed by five different classes to judge. The classes included; dairy and beef cattle, hay, running shoes, and the mystery class — vice grips.

Seen in image above: Dundas 4-H members judging the hay class. Photo courtesy of Heather McDiarmid

Seen in image above: Members of the Dundas 4H Club judging the running shoes class. Photo courtesy of Heather McDiarmid

Seen in image above: Members of the Dundas 4H Club judging the mystery vice grip class. Photo courtesy of Heather McDiarmid

Seen in image above: Members of the Dundas 4H Club judging the beef cattle class. Photo courtesy of Heather McDiarmid

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