Sure Champ Leaders “Made” by Attending Youth Conferences

Legendary football coach Vince Lombardi is credited with saying “Leaders are made, they are not born.” This summer, 10 young livestock enthusiasts had the opportunity to make memories while becoming leaders for their breeds and states.  Members of the Sure Champ® Leadership Team attended the National Junior Angus Association Leaders Engaged in Angus Development (LEAD) […]

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How to Share Your Food Production Story

Young livestock exhibitors wear many hats. Not only do they provide the daily care for their animals, feeding, washing, exercising and monitoring their health and well-being, but these young exhibitors become spokespeople for the industry they are passionate about. With a fraction of the population engaged in production agriculture, livestock enthusiasts make up a minute percentage of the people who must share the story […]

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Advocacy Starts with Sharing your Story

To create advocates in agriculture, we must first be advocates in our industry. Perhaps the best way to create the next generation of spokespeople is to share our story of what we do every day within our own families and operations. Those stories can be shared with peers at school or other organizations or with […]

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5 Questions with Amy and Darla on How to #PreptoWin

At BioZyme®, we are excited to help livestock exhibitors #PreptoWin in the show ring with Sure Champ® and Vita Charge® supplements. However, we know that it’s even more important to #PreptoWin in life, and the experiences both in and out of the ring lead to that preparation. As we head into junior national season, we got a chance to […]

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Little Words Mean a Lot

Livestock people are some of the most resilient people you’ll meet. They know the value of hard work and what it means to never give up. Those traits proved to be extra helpful in 2020, a year of uncertainty, cancelled and altered events. Even with a chaotic year, 2020 still gave us plenty of ways […]

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The Sweetness of a Victory

Cancelled. Postponed. Rescheduled. Relocated. These words became part of our weekly vocabulary this spring and summer as the pandemic of COVID-19 altered the normal rhythm of our lives. What didn’t change? The hard work, perseverance and commitment that many families in barns across the country put in day after day in hopes that some shows would happen and […]

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