Lindsey competes at North American International Livestock Exposition


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Natalie Lindsey recently placed fifth in her age division in the Guys and Gals Sheep Lead.


Natalie Lindsey, of Fayette County, recently competed at the North American International Livestock Exposition in Louisville, Ky.

She placed fifth in her age division of 11 – 13 in the Guys and Gals Sheep Lead.

Some of the states represented in this competition were California, South Dakota, Minnesota, Missouri, Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, North Carolina, Tennessee, Indiana, Pennsylvania and Ohio.

This completed her 2017 circuit of fairs and competition in the sheep lead. She has been a contestant at Madison County, Fayette County, The Ohio State Fair, Highland County, and the International Livestock Exposition.

Natalie is the 12-year-old daughter of Shawn and Aimee Lindsey and resides on the family farm with her brother Nicholas. She is in the seventh grade at Miami Trace Middle School.

Natalie is the granddaughter of Tom and Connie Lindsey of Mt. Sterling and Faith Cottrill of New Holland.

Natalie Lindsey recently placed fifth in her age division in the Guys and Gals Sheep Lead.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/11/web1_Sheep-Lead-2017.jpgNatalie Lindsey recently placed fifth in her age division in the Guys and Gals Sheep Lead.

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