Mark That Card: Wether Dams

Placing: 3-4-1-2Cuts: 4-2-3 I like the wether dams 3412. I was quick to find the best built and highest quality sheep in 3. She stands apart in regard to her look of balance and skeletal build. She studies correct in the angle of her joints, lays her spine in the most correctly and I particularly […]

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Sure Champ® Announces First-Ever Leadership Team Scholarship Recipients

Webster defines leader as “a person who has commanding authority or influence.” If you’ve spent much time around young people at livestock shows or other youth livestock events, you’ll find leaders of all ages and experience levels, thanks to programs like 4-H, FFA and junior breed and livestock associations. In its effort to help develop […]

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Mark That Card: Simmental Heifers

Placing: 4-1-2-3 Cuts: 2-3-5 4-1-2-3 is how I like the Simmental heifers. In a group of quality females that presents lots of challenges, I never questioned tying into the 4 heifer. The stoutest featured heifer is quick to impress you with her elite look from the profile, where she’s ultra-feminine in the shape to her […]

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Stick to the Basics When Selecting your Show Goat Prospect

  Showing market goats has grown in immense popularity during the past two decades. As the competition has become more popular, the number of high-quality breeders has increased and the quality of show wethers has improved as a result of that. But, what should you look for in a show goat that can get you to the […]

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COVID-19: 4 Lessons to Teach our Young People

We all felt the pain that followed the devastating events of March 11, 2020. First it was Houston, then Austin, then the Oklahoma Youth Expo and then many other shows around the country were cancelled. In a matter of a few weeks’ time, show staff members were forced to make the impossible command to shut […]

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Making the Transition from Spring to Summer with your Show Livestock

Throughout the country, hints of spring are everywhere. And while many spring shows have been canceled or postponed through March and April, your show livestock projects are likely still a priority as you prepare for the potential of summer shows. Use this extra time of social distancing to work with your animals and practice your showmanship skills.   Since the jackpot […]

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