Mark That Card: Angus Heifers

Thank you Lake Land College Livestock Judging Team in Mattoon, Illinois, for providing the placings and officials.<p/> Placings: 2-3-1-4  Cuts: 3-2-6 I like the Angus heifers 2314. Although I could make a case for any of these in my top trio, 2 ultimately strikes me as an elite brood cow with a distinct look of quality. It’s […]

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Mark That Card: Market Wethers

Thank you Cooper Bounds, Show and Sales Rep at Miller Boer Goats, for providing the officials. <br /> Placing: 1-3-4-2 Cuts: 2-5-4 ​I like the Market Goats 1-3-4-2.  Among the pair of truly elite parrot-mouthed wethers, the more exotic, black-headed wether is simply the hardest to make.  Not only is he the roundest bodied option that feeds the most radical and expressive shape […]

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Mark That Card: Red Angus Heifers

Thank you to Taylor Frank, Butler Community College Livestock Judging Team Coach, for providing the officials. Placing: 1-4-3-2 Cuts: 5-3-3 I like the Red Angus heifers 1-4-3-2. The most problem-free 1 heifer was the easy place to start- and it’s at the ground where she reads truly unique. It’s rare to find a Red Angus that […]

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Mark That Card: Angus Heifers

Thank you to Jessica Judge, new Sure Champ intern and National Champion Livestock Judging Team member at Oklahoma State University, for providing the officials and reasons for this class. Placing: 1-4-2-3 Cuts: 3-4-2   I like the Angus Heifers 1423. One look from the side and 1’s got the most intriguing pieces to tie to. […]

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Mark That Card: Bred Gilt Results

Thank you to Conner Newsom, South Plains College Livestock Judging Team Coach, for providing the officials. Placing: 1-3-2-4 Cuts: 5-3-3 I sorted the crossbred gilts 1324. Best built 1’s awesome looking and outlier for power. I’ve got her over 3 to start. Turned profile, my heads up winner’s elevation and length of hip create a more […]

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Judging Camps Build Lifelong Skills

There’s nothing like a livestock show, but someday you’ll age out of the youth programs you participate in today. However, with sharpened industry knowledge and public speaking skills, you might just be the one picking a champion on the green shavings in Louisville or Houston 20 years from now. Livestock judging, and the skills acquired […]

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