Burger sales support 4-H livestock programs


Carson Bearhope preferred his lamb burger with ketchup. %u201CThey kind of taste a little bit like a normal hamburger,%u201D he said. (Kristy Deer / Daily Reporter)

Garen Maroska (with spatula) gets ready to remove lamb burgers from a grill to sell to fairgoers. Board member Keith Wilson (with bucket) says some of the proceeds go to 4-H participants. (Kristy Deer / Daily Reporter)

HANCOCK COUNTY — With an estimated 350 to 400 youth sheep handlers at this year’s Hancock County 4-H Fair, Hancock County Sheep Producers say they have created more than a niche in the market.

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