February 23 to March 4, 2023 Let the Good Times Grow!
February 23 to March 4, 2023 Let the Good Times Grow!

Market Lamb

Show / Contest Coordinator

Beckie Cantrell, 352-812-6784

2022 Winners

Grand ChampionBreely Yeomans, Majestic Oaks 4H

Reserve Grand ChampionCayden Souza, Belleview Bald Eagles 4H

Edsel Rowan AwardBrooklyn Risner, Wild N Country 4H



Premier ExhibitorBrynley Jelks, Stars & Stripes 4H

Class 1Rossie Bozeman, Stars & Stripes 4H

Class 2Lake Weir High FFA Chapter 

Class 3 – Breanna Lopez, Stars & Stripes 4H

Class 6Elliauna Giannola, Belleview MS FFA

Class 7Caleb Smith,  Belleview Bald Eagles 4H

Record Book

JuniorCaylee Draper, Belleview Bald Eagles 4H

Intermediate – Reagan Barlow, Belleview Middle FFA

SeniorMckenzie Otte, Forest High FFA




Junior – Caylee Draper, Belleview Bald Eagles 4H

IntermediateAshley Estrada, Dunnellon Middle FFA

SeniorCaleb Smith, Belleview Bald Eagles 4H


Junior – Brynley Jelks, Stars & Stripes 4H

IntermediateCora Taylor, Town & Country 4H

Senior – Kyle Rich, Belleview Bald Eagles 4H


Click Here to Review your Entries


Click Here to Review the 2023 Market Lamb Mandatory Training Segment


Market Lamb Buyer List

2023 Printable Buyer Brochure

2023 Skill-a-thon Study Material

Charitable Sale Agreement

  • 2023 Project Start Date: October 10, 2022
  • 2023 Project End Date: February 23, 2023
  • 2023 Days on Feed: 136 Days
  • 2023 Market Price: $____
    • Actual resale prices vary!

Scholarships / Special Awards

Edsel Rowan Award

  • The Edsel Rowan Trophy, which has been presented at the Lamb Show since its inception in 1987, will again be presented by the Ocala/Marion Country Chamber of commerce to the Market Lamb Exhibitor whose Iamb has achieved the highest weight gain. This trophy was named in honor of long time Marion County Extension Agent, Edsel Rowan. Mr. Rowan’s career as an agent was filled with long hours, hard work, and a genuine desire to help the people of Marion County. He was known statewide for his expertise in the production of important Florida crops. He is credited for ensuring the establishment of the Thoroughbred Horse industry in Marion Country, his knowledge and assistance in developing pasture grasses suitable for horses in Florida’s climate. Mr. Rowan received many awards for his remarkable dedication to serving the agricultural industries in Florida. However, through all the years, his first love was the youth of Marion County. He loved to watch kids achieve and be recognized for their work. Upon his retirement in 1982, the Southeastern Livestock Pavilion and the Agricultural Center Complex was renamed the Rowan Agricultural Complex in honor of his 31 plus years of dedicated service.

Thank You Market Lamb Sponsors

Affordable Auto
Belleview Animal Hosptial – in memory of Cali Erwin
Bridlewood Farm
Ocala Metro CEP
Center State Bookkeeping
Conrad Tree Service
Farm Credit
Herbert Counts Paving
Ivy on the Square
Magnolia Business District
Oak Haven Farm – Peter Van Note
Ocala Business Leaders
Ocala Breeders Feed & Supply
Ocala Equine Hospital
PIP Printing
Sacred Silence Farm
Showcase Properties
Sparr Building & Farm
Terri & Bobby Latner

Sponsorship Opportunities

You Can Help

SEYF is a non-profit, and is reliant on help from the community in the form of donations of money, services and time.  Click below to get involved and help us help the youth of Marion County.