Eloise Roehm is pictured modeling a handcrafted wool outfit made by her grandmother alongside her Hampshire Ewe Lamb at the 2019 North American International Livestock Expo. (Photo by Phyllis Cocklin)
Eloise Roehm is pictured modeling a handcrafted wool outfit made by her grandmother alongside her Hampshire Ewe Lamb at the 2019 North American International Livestock Expo. (Photo by Phyllis Cocklin)
Eloise Roehm, 9 years old and a student at Fairfield Elementary, recently earned the top spot in the 8-to-10-year-old division of the Wool Lead Line Show at the 2019 North American International Livestock Expo in Louisville, Ky.



Roehm exhibited and modeled her handcrafted wool outfit made by her grandmother while leading her own registered Hampshire Ewe Lamb.

According to their website, NAILE is the largest all-breed, purebred livestock exposition in the nation, with nearly 30,000 entries and more than 140 competitions spanning 17 days and 10 different species — all building up to the Sale of Champions. It’s here that global industry standards are established, with breeders merchandising bloodlines and genetics to local and international interests. For more information, go to www.livestockexpo.org.