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JUNIOR HIGH LIVESTOCK JUDGERS ARE DISTRICT RUNNER-UPS!

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AG EDUCATION STUDENTS JUDGE LIVESTOCK

Fifteen Tri County students enrolled in agriculture education classes competed in the District 5 Livestock Evaluation Contest on Nov. 8th.  The competition was held at the York County Fairgrounds.  There are 15 schools in the district.

Students judged eight classes of livestock and took an animal science management quiz.  Classes included market and breeding goats, market beef, yearling bulls, market hogs, breeding gilts, breeding heifers and breeding ewes.  High school students also gave sets of oral reasons.  Cloud County Community College served as the contest officials.

Highlight for the Tri County Ag Dept. was the District runner-up finish of the Junior High Livestock Team.  They earned a team purple ribbon and were lead by 8th grader Emerson Schultis’ 2nd place finish.  Emerson earned the silver medal.  Gavin Weichel just missed medaling with a 4th place finish.  He earned a purple ribbon.  Cole Bales finished in the top ten and received a purple.  Other junior high students competing were Taylor Koch, blue; Brevin Damrow, red; and Carter Holtmeier.