Livestock Judging Team Wins 2020 Southeastern Livestock Expo Livestock Judging Contest
The university's livestock judging team won the 2020 Southeastern Livestock Expo Livestock Judging Contest held Wednesday, March 11, in Montgomery, Alabama.
The contest was held at Garrett Coliseum and marks the fourth time the team has earned a top-10 finish this semester.
In January, the group was eighth of 26 teams at the National Western Stock Show held in Denver; a few weeks later, fourth at the Fort Worth Intercollegiate Livestock Judging Contest, including first in both cattle and horse, and third in reasons; and then fourth at the Dixie National Collegiate Beef Judging Contest in Jackson, Mississippi, including second in market steers and third in Brahman.
Team members include Mesa Kutz, Jeffrey Marley, Jacob Marley, Alex Theodore, Carson Hopkins, Alexa Wandry, Jessika Calhoon and Dixie Miller.
Bryan M. Rhodes, administrative specialist II
Department of Animal Science
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