Lindsey wins sheep lead award


Natalie Lindsey with her Hampshire ewe, “Marshmellow,” at the North American International Livestock Exposition sheep lead in Louisville, Ky. She received a first place rosette and plaque in class, ages 14-16. This contest concluded her circuit of county fairs, state fair and international shows for 2019. This is her 10th year of competition in sheep lead. Lindsey’s ewe was born and raised on the family farm where she resides with her parents, Shawn and Aimee, and brother, Nic Lindsey. Natalie is a freshman at Miami Trace High School.

Natalie Lindsey with her Hampshire ewe, “Marshmellow,” at the North American International Livestock Exposition sheep lead in Louisville, Ky. She received a first place rosette and plaque in class, ages 14-16. This contest concluded her circuit of county fairs, state fair and international shows for 2019. This is her 10th year of competition in sheep lead. Lindsey’s ewe was born and raised on the family farm where she resides with her parents, Shawn and Aimee, and brother, Nic Lindsey. Natalie is a freshman at Miami Trace High School.


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Natalie Lindsey with her Hampshire ewe, “Marshmellow,” at the North American International Livestock Exposition sheep lead in Louisville, Ky. She received a first place rosette and plaque in class, ages 14-16. This contest concluded her circuit of county fairs, state fair and international shows for 2019. This is her 10th year of competition in sheep lead. Lindsey’s ewe was born and raised on the family farm where she resides with her parents, Shawn and Aimee, and brother, Nic Lindsey. Natalie is a freshman at Miami Trace High School.

Natalie Lindsey with her Hampshire ewe, “Marshmellow,” at the North American International Livestock Exposition sheep lead in Louisville, Ky. She received a first place rosette and plaque in class, ages 14-16. This contest concluded her circuit of county fairs, state fair and international shows for 2019. This is her 10th year of competition in sheep lead. Lindsey’s ewe was born and raised on the family farm where she resides with her parents, Shawn and Aimee, and brother, Nic Lindsey. Natalie is a freshman at Miami Trace High School.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/12/web1_sheep.jpgNatalie Lindsey with her Hampshire ewe, “Marshmellow,” at the North American International Livestock Exposition sheep lead in Louisville, Ky. She received a first place rosette and plaque in class, ages 14-16. This contest concluded her circuit of county fairs, state fair and international shows for 2019. This is her 10th year of competition in sheep lead. Lindsey’s ewe was born and raised on the family farm where she resides with her parents, Shawn and Aimee, and brother, Nic Lindsey. Natalie is a freshman at Miami Trace High School. Courtesy photo