Mark That Card: Market Steers

Market Steers Official Results Class and results provided by LivestockJudging.com 4-1-3-2 Cuts: 4-3-2 I like the Market Steers 4132. The easiest thing to do in this class is to find the 4 steer and run him top. He’s a practical, powerful calf who best combines this with an attractive look on the profile. Not only is this a […]

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Receiving Show Pigs: Getting off to the Right Start

by Josh Brockman,Brockman Farms Getting your show pig off to a good start is one of the most important aspects for feeders to consider. We call this phase of the project the “receiving” phase. This is one of the most stressful times in a show pig’s life and steps need to be taken to ensure […]

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In Their Showbox

Managing show boxes is a big deal for the Cox family of Eagle Point, Oregon. This cattle family goes to every state and national show possible and often exhibits three breeds of heifers and steers, each. The Cox siblings, Ashley, Maddie and Seth, love showing because of the high level of competition and the friendships […]

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What to Do at the Show

By Josh Brockman, Brockman Farms After you’ve worked all year long, regardless of species, the final touch for success comes down to making the right decisions at the show and final show day preparation. Due to the anxiety, uncertainty and added pressure of the final and crucial days of your child’s or students’ final project, […]

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Getting Connected: How Two BioZyme Employees Found Their Niche

Meeting the right people at the right time is a gift. Most often it’s a gift where the benefits are realized later. That is how it works in business. Personal relationships can make all the difference when trying to find the ideal career. For two BioZyme staff members, meeting Bob and Lisa Norton was a […]

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Learning to Appreciate Opportunity

Cheyenne Jones has been in the show ring so many times she can barely remember her first show, but she does remember the excitement of her first win. Her parents bought an Angus heifer from Express Angus Ranch in Oklahoma, and at 9-years-old, Jones exhibited the heifer at her county fair in Washington Parish, Louisiana. […]

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