Mark That Card: Simmental Heifers

Thank you to LC Promotions and Bichler Simmentals for providing this class. and to Jeremy Burkett, Casper College Livestock Judging Coach, for providing the official placings and reasons. To view more livestock judging classes click here. Placing: 1-2-3-4 Cuts: 3-6-3 I like the Simmental heifers 1234. I will always buy into attractive females that combine it with the brood cow […]

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Mark That Card: Angus Heifer Results

Thank you to the J&J Cattle for providing the class and to Blake Bloomberg of Oklahoma State University and the 2017 National Champion Sr. College Livestock Judging Team for providing the official placings and reasons. To view more livestock judging classes click here. Placing: 1-3-2-4 Cuts: 2-5-3 1324 is how I like the Angus heifers. There’s a tremendous amount […]

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Mark That Card: Brown Swiss 2 Year Old Cow Results

Thank you to the Korth Family for providing the class and to Mary Mackinson Faber, Mackinson Dairy Farm for providing the official placings and reasons. To view more livestock judging classes click here. Placing: 1-4-2-3 Cuts: 2-5-2 I place this class of Brown Swiss 2 yr olds 1-4-2-3. A handy winner for me, 1 has an advantage […]

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Mark that Card: Show Heifers

Thank you to Brandon Callis, Redlands Community College Livestock Judging Coach, for providing the official placings and reasons for this class of heifers. To view more livestock judging classes click here. I placed the class of heifers 2-4-1-3. Finding a high quality top pair in which I prefer the added style and look of 2 over 2. 2 […]

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Mark that Card: Prospect Heifers

Thank you to Marcus Arnold, Butler Community College for providing the official placings and reasons for this class of prospect heifers. Thank you to M&M Livestock and Morgan Meisenheimer for providing the pictures. To view more livestock judging classes click here. I like the prospect heifer calves 1-3-2-4. There’s a ton of quality in the […]

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5 Ways I Still Use Livestock Judging in My Career

by Tim Hammerich, AgGrad When I was a nine year old 4-H member my dad convinced me that I needed to learn how to judge livestock. He seemed convinced it was my only chance of playing a college “sport”. Turns out he was right, but what I got out of livestock judging was so much more than that. […]

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