Judging in the Brown County Youth Fair began Tuesday morning with breeding sheep, followed by breeding boer goats, breeding gilt and market and breeding rabbits.

A long day at the fair concluded Tuesday night with the fashion show in the Home Economics Division.

In the breeding sheep judging, Maggie Grace Spikes of the Early 4H won grand champion, and Slade Butler of the Zephyr FFA won reserve grand champion.

Spikes won breeding sheep junior showman, and Tynlea Wilson of the Brownwood won senior showman.

Tynlea Wilson won reserve grand champion ram, and Hutsyn Hohertz of the Early 4H won grand champion ram.

In breeding boer goat judging, Thomas Minshew  of the Bangss FFA won reserve grand champion, and Hayden Schroeder of the Early FFA won grand champion

Henslie Hohertz of the Early FFA won the breeding boer goat showman award.

In breeding gilt judging, Blaze Cozart of the Early FFA won grand champion and Dawson Evans of the Brownwood FFA won reserve grand champion.

Max Tongate of the Bangs FFA won the showmanship award.

In market rabbit judging, Kamden Gamblin of the May FFA won grand champion, and Ashlyn McKenzie of the Bangs FFA won reserve grand champion.

In the Home Economics Division’s fashion show, Kate Smith was crowned princess, and Rylie Guerrero was crowned junior miss.

The top junior model award went to Jalynn Gotcher. Lillie Brandstetter won the top intermediate model award, and Allison Leach won the top senior model award.

Jessica Dennis won the senior grand champion award, and Kayleah Hall took the senior serve grand champion award.

In the intermediate class, Lillie Brandstetter won the grand champion and reserve grand champion awards.

Hannah Deen won the grand champion award in the junior class, and Jalynn Gotcher won reserve grand champion in the junior class.

Judging resumes Wednesday morning in the Livestock Division with the market lamb show.