8 Ways to Make Friends at a Show

Most of us have had that one show when we load up, get to the show, set up all of our stuff only to look around and realize we don’t know anyone there. Here are a few tips to help you meet people and make friends! 1. Contests Whether you’re at a country show or […]

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Simple Tips For Tying Up Your Show Calf

For both your and your calf’s safety it is important to know how to properly tie your calf. The best way to tie your calf safely is by tying a slipknot or quick release knot. This will keep your calf tied, but also allow you to untie your calf quickly and easily. Getting your calf used to […]

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How Do You Set Up Your Show Calf’s Feet

In order for your calf to catch the judge’s attention you need to know how to properly set up your calf in the show ring. It will take lots of time and practice to get your calf used to you moving its feet, but you can get started as soon as your calf is used […]

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Frenship FFA Shows Livestock on a Large Scale to Gain Big Life Lessons

When Frenship FFA students decide to show livestock they go all in. Not just with the right kind of nutrition and training, but with a barn full of quality livestock and even higher quality students who work to make the chapter successful. Frenship FFA advisor Meredith Couts says the chapter, located near Lubbock, Texas, shows […]

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Mark That Card: Breeding Heifer Results

Breeding Heifer Official Results Provided by, Coach John DeClerck, Texas Tech University 1-4-2-3 Cuts: 3-3-5 I ranked the breeding heifers 1423. I think the top is close since both heifers have plenty of mass and quality, but for the long haul I like 1’s look. The refine, teated heifer is not only more appropriate in her maturity pattern, but […]

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How Much Should I Feed My Pig?

by Josh Brockman, Brockman Farms How much should I feed my pig? One of the most frequent questions I’m asked from new feeders, and even a lot of experienced feeders is, “How much should my pig be eating?” And for good reason. The two most important parts of your pigs’ nutrition is the proper type […]

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