Lindsey crowned 2020 Beef Queen


Natalie Lindsey (right) was recently crowned the 2020 Fayette County Beef Queen. At the Cattle Feeders banquet held at the Mahan Building on the Fayette County Fairgrounds, 2019 Fayette County Beef Queen Macie Riley had the pleasure of crowning Lindsey. Lindsey is a freshman at Miami Trace High School and resides on a family farm with her parents, Shawn and Aimee, and brother, Nic Lindsey. Those in attendance for the banquet enjoyed hearing from guest speaker, Dale Minyo of Ohio Ag Net. The steak dinner was prepared by Smokin’ Joe’s and Rachel’s House Catering.

Natalie Lindsey (right) was recently crowned the 2020 Fayette County Beef Queen. At the Cattle Feeders banquet held at the Mahan Building on the Fayette County Fairgrounds, 2019 Fayette County Beef Queen Macie Riley had the pleasure of crowning Lindsey. Lindsey is a freshman at Miami Trace High School and resides on a family farm with her parents, Shawn and Aimee, and brother, Nic Lindsey. Those in attendance for the banquet enjoyed hearing from guest speaker, Dale Minyo of Ohio Ag Net. The steak dinner was prepared by Smokin’ Joe’s and Rachel’s House Catering.


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Natalie Lindsey (right) was recently crowned the 2020 Fayette County Beef Queen. At the Cattle Feeders banquet held at the Mahan Building on the Fayette County Fairgrounds, 2019 Fayette County Beef Queen Macie Riley had the pleasure of crowning Lindsey. Lindsey is a freshman at Miami Trace High School and resides on a family farm with her parents, Shawn and Aimee, and brother, Nic Lindsey. Those in attendance for the banquet enjoyed hearing from guest speaker, Dale Minyo of Ohio Ag Net. The steak dinner was prepared by Smokin’ Joe’s and Rachel’s House Catering.

Natalie Lindsey (right) was recently crowned the 2020 Fayette County Beef Queen. At the Cattle Feeders banquet held at the Mahan Building on the Fayette County Fairgrounds, 2019 Fayette County Beef Queen Macie Riley had the pleasure of crowning Lindsey. Lindsey is a freshman at Miami Trace High School and resides on a family farm with her parents, Shawn and Aimee, and brother, Nic Lindsey. Those in attendance for the banquet enjoyed hearing from guest speaker, Dale Minyo of Ohio Ag Net. The steak dinner was prepared by Smokin’ Joe’s and Rachel’s House Catering.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/03/web1_IMG_0164.jpgNatalie Lindsey (right) was recently crowned the 2020 Fayette County Beef Queen. At the Cattle Feeders banquet held at the Mahan Building on the Fayette County Fairgrounds, 2019 Fayette County Beef Queen Macie Riley had the pleasure of crowning Lindsey. Lindsey is a freshman at Miami Trace High School and resides on a family farm with her parents, Shawn and Aimee, and brother, Nic Lindsey. Those in attendance for the banquet enjoyed hearing from guest speaker, Dale Minyo of Ohio Ag Net. The steak dinner was prepared by Smokin’ Joe’s and Rachel’s House Catering. Courtesy photo