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The Sampson County Cooperative Extension held the annual Prestage 4-H Youth Livestock Roundup, which is one stop along the Eastern Carolina Showmanship Circuit for those showing lambs and heifers in eastern North Carolina. These youth will most likely also show at the N.C. State Fair in October. Participants accumulate showmanship points at each of the circuit shows, 10 total, and whomever earns the most points at the end of the series of shows gets a prize at the State Fair. This show brought in over 50 youth showing 48 heifers and 59 lambs.


The Sampson County Cooperative Extension held the annual Prestage 4-H Youth Livestock Roundup, which is one stop along the Eastern Carolina Showmanship Circuit for those showing lambs and heifers in eastern North Carolina. These youth will most likely also show at the N.C. State Fair in October. Participants accumulate showmanship points at each of the circuit shows, 10 total, and whomever earns the most points at the end of the series of shows gets a prize at the State Fair. This show brought in over 50 youth showing 48 heifers and 59 lambs.


The Sampson County Cooperative Extension held the annual Prestage 4-H Youth Livestock Roundup, which is one stop along the Eastern Carolina Showmanship Circuit for those showing lambs and heifers in eastern North Carolina. These youth will most likely also show at the N.C. State Fair in October. Participants accumulate showmanship points at each of the circuit shows, 10 total, and whomever earns the most points at the end of the series of shows gets a prize at the State Fair. This show brought in over 50 youth showing 48 heifers and 59 lambs.

The Sampson County Cooperative Extension held the annual Prestage 4-H Youth Livestock Roundup, which is one stop along the Eastern Carolina Showmanship Circuit for those showing lambs and heifers in eastern North Carolina. These youth will most likely also show at the N.C. State Fair in October. Participants accumulate showmanship points at each of the circuit shows, 10 total, and whomever earns the most points at the end of the series of shows gets a prize at the State Fair. This show brought in over 50 youth showing 48 heifers and 59 lambs.

The Sampson County Cooperative Extension held the annual Prestage 4-H Youth Livestock Roundup, which is one stop along the Eastern Carolina Showmanship Circuit for those showing lambs and heifers in eastern North Carolina. These youth will most likely also show at the N.C. State Fair in October. Participants accumulate showmanship points at each of the circuit shows, 10 total, and whomever earns the most points at the end of the series of shows gets a prize at the State Fair. This show brought in over 50 youth showing 48 heifers and 59 lambs.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_L1020693.jpgThe Sampson County Cooperative Extension held the annual Prestage 4-H Youth Livestock Roundup, which is one stop along the Eastern Carolina Showmanship Circuit for those showing lambs and heifers in eastern North Carolina. These youth will most likely also show at the N.C. State Fair in October. Participants accumulate showmanship points at each of the circuit shows, 10 total, and whomever earns the most points at the end of the series of shows gets a prize at the State Fair. This show brought in over 50 youth showing 48 heifers and 59 lambs.

The Sampson County Cooperative Extension held the annual Prestage 4-H Youth Livestock Roundup, which is one stop along the Eastern Carolina Showmanship Circuit for those showing lambs and heifers in eastern North Carolina. These youth will most likely also show at the N.C. State Fair in October. Participants accumulate showmanship points at each of the circuit shows, 10 total, and whomever earns the most points at the end of the series of shows gets a prize at the State Fair. This show brought in over 50 youth showing 48 heifers and 59 lambs.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_L1020578.jpgThe Sampson County Cooperative Extension held the annual Prestage 4-H Youth Livestock Roundup, which is one stop along the Eastern Carolina Showmanship Circuit for those showing lambs and heifers in eastern North Carolina. These youth will most likely also show at the N.C. State Fair in October. Participants accumulate showmanship points at each of the circuit shows, 10 total, and whomever earns the most points at the end of the series of shows gets a prize at the State Fair. This show brought in over 50 youth showing 48 heifers and 59 lambs.
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