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FFA Livestock Judging Teams Do Well Despite Low Numbers


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The Perkins County FFA competed in the FFA District #9 Livestock Evaluation Contest on Tuesday with great success despite being short handed the students did an excellent job.

There is a reason Nebraska is called the "Beef State" as 1 of every 5 hamburgers and steaks eaten in the USA comes from Nebraska.

In our contest, beef is not the only species we judge, as swine, sheep, and goats are also evaluated.  It is hard to imagine that despite Nebraska's beef production, that 40% of the USA population currently considers chevon (goat meat) as their primary protein source.

District #9 Results for PC FFA

Junior Division: (Freshmen & Sophomores)

  • Dani Burge - 4th place - Purple Ribbon 
  • Jacob Woodmancy - 7th place - Purple Ribbon
  • Kyler Bullock - 22nd place - Blue Ribbon
  • Matthew Wendell - 23rd place - Blue Ribbon 

    (These top 4 are the 3rd place state qualifying team)

  • Caleb Lagler - 29th place - Red ribbon - State Alternate
  • Evan Sestack - 30th place - Red Ribbon - State Alternate
  • Kaden Smith - 39th place - Red Ribbon
  • Miah Long - 41st place - Red Ribbon
  • Alex Poppe - 43rd place - Red Ribbon

 

Senior Division: (Junior & Seniors)

  • Kyla Brueggeman - 9th place - Blue Ribbon
  • Karen Ruiz - 36th place - White Ribbon

 

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Perkins County SchoolsJH/HS:  740 Sherman Ave.,  Grant,  NE  69140308-352-4735

Elementary School:  419 Logan Ave.,  Grant,  NE  69140308-352-4313

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