4-H livestock judging


Sampson County 4-H recently had three youth attend the Judging in January Contest which took place in Raleigh at the North Carolina State University Beef Education Unit on Feb. 20. This event tests youth in their ability to place a class of animals and then back their decision through a set of oral reasons. This contest allows youth to build communication, teamwork and decision making skills. Sampson County 4-H’er Wyatt Kendell placed high in cattle, and his brother Shane Kendell placed high in swine. 4-Hers attending were, top from left: Wyatt Kendell and 4-H Livestock club leader Dustin Kendell; and bottom, from left: Peyton Matthis, and Shane Kendell.


Sampson County 4-H recently had three youth attend the Judging in January Contest which took place in Raleigh at the North Carolina State University Beef Education Unit on Feb. 20. This event tests youth in their ability to place a class of animals and then back their decision through a set of oral reasons. This contest allows youth to build communication, teamwork and decision making skills. Sampson County 4-H’er Wyatt Kendell placed high in cattle, and his brother Shane Kendell placed high in swine. 4-Hers attending were, top from left: Wyatt Kendell and 4-H Livestock club leader Dustin Kendell; and bottom, from left: Peyton Matthis, and Shane Kendell.

Sampson County 4-H recently had three youth attend the Judging in January Contest which took place in Raleigh at the North Carolina State University Beef Education Unit on Feb. 20. This event tests youth in their ability to place a class of animals and then back their decision through a set of oral reasons. This contest allows youth to build communication, teamwork and decision making skills. Sampson County 4-H’er Wyatt Kendell placed high in cattle, and his brother Shane Kendell placed high in swine. 4-Hers attending were, top from left: Wyatt Kendell and 4-H Livestock club leader Dustin Kendell; and bottom, from left: Peyton Matthis, and Shane Kendell.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_Livestock.jpgSampson County 4-H recently had three youth attend the Judging in January Contest which took place in Raleigh at the North Carolina State University Beef Education Unit on Feb. 20. This event tests youth in their ability to place a class of animals and then back their decision through a set of oral reasons. This contest allows youth to build communication, teamwork and decision making skills. Sampson County 4-H’er Wyatt Kendell placed high in cattle, and his brother Shane Kendell placed high in swine. 4-Hers attending were, top from left: Wyatt Kendell and 4-H Livestock club leader Dustin Kendell; and bottom, from left: Peyton Matthis, and Shane Kendell.
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