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Bolden, Richard


I have been involved in the cattle industry for over 18 years. During my show career, I have had many County and Ohio based champions. click to view

Bontrager, Ethan


Hello, my name is Ethan Bontrager. I have been very involved in the sheep and goat industry as a breeder, judge and exhibitor. I am the owner of Genesis Show Lambs and I am attending Lincoln Land Community College. click to view

Buckland, Jamie


I feel that what young people can learn from exhibiting livestock and participatng in youth activities is priceless. I was a ten year 4-H member that showed cattle, sheep, and swine. I enjoy working with youth through 4-H and FFA programs. click to view

Caffee, Joe


I am an experienced judge, coach and fourth generation livestock producer who has been buying cattle for more than 30 years. My experience as a National FFA Officer makes me at home on the microphone. I look forward to working with your youth. click to view

Cooley, Nathan


When growing up showing cattle, sheep, and doing public speaking I enjoyed it but didn't realize the actual love for it untill I started getting my own son envolved in it. I hope I can pass along my on knowledge through truth and experience. click to view

Cross, Michael L.


Judging county & state fairs since 1985,Showing and winning with dairy goats since 1981 under the Crosshart Farm name had the first national champion Oberhasli in 1985, started raising Boers in 1995.1960's had Suffolk breeding herd., 25yr 4-H leader click to view

Culp, Mick


Hi my name is Mick Culp and I love helping the youth show feed and learn about livestock projects through judging livestock and making it a learning experience. when I judge I make it a point for the exhibitor to have fun,learn, and enjoy the day click to view

Darr, Whitney


Hello my name is Whitney Darr I grew up in Douglas, Wyoming on a purebred Angus and Commercial cow-calf operation. I participated in 4H and FFA and showed Cattle, Swine and Horses County, State and Nationally wide. click to view

Davis, Danny


I have judged all species for over 20 years across the midwest. I am an Ag. Instructor and enjoy working with todays' youth in the classroom and in the showring. I have judged at all levels from jackpots, state shows, to the Ft. Worth Stock Show. click to view

Doig, William G.


William G. Doig, MS, is a Livestock Nutritional Consultant for Greensburg Soy Processors and a Professor of Ag at Ivy Tech Community College. William has judged over 100 shows in 8 US States and in Ontario, Canada. William judges all species. click to view

Dominguez, Ernie


Ernie Dominguez grew up on a small family farm in the Rio Grande Valley where he raised registered and commercial cattle. He became active in the livestock industry through showing and his involvement in 4-H, FFA and several breed associations. click to view

Eirich, Rob


As current Director of Beef Quality Assurance in Nebraska, I promote the production of Quality, Safe, and Wholesome Beef. I am supporter of youth livestock program that develop the skills needed to become the leaders of the livestock industry. click to view

Ernst, Aaron


I began by showing livestock and in the process and shown every species. I began judging in FFA in highschool in 2002, then was on the meats judging and livestock judging team for the University of Kentucky. click to view

Gill, Bart


I have been showing livestock for many years and been involved in the livestock judging world since I became a teenager. I was part of the 1995 PA FFA Livestock Judging Team and the 2002 PSU Livestock Judging team. click to view

Griffith, Matt


Looking to judge more dairy market calves and get my name out there. I started judging dairy market calves several years ago and just looking to continue to get my name out there. I also raise dairy feeders in the summer. click to view

Griffith, Matt


My name is Matt Griffith, I am an FFA teacher and graduate from The Ohio State University where I judged dairy cattle collegiately at the World Dairy Expo and NAILE. I grew up on a dairy and have been judging locally for 3 years at 14 county fairs. click to view

Harrell, Ryan


As the owner of The Judging and a judge, I take pride in selecting quality livestock in an efficient manner, being non-politcal, providing informative reasoning, and always explaining how the kids can improve for next year. click to view

Henderson, Annaliese


My name is Annaliese Henderson and I grew up on a farm in Littleton, West Virginia. I was a member of the WVU Livestock Judging Team and am knowledgeable and qualified to judge swine, sheep, cattle, and goats. I judge on state and national circuit. click to view

Holaway, Ryan


My name is Ryan Holaway, I am a Sophomore at Oklahoma State University. Raise purebred Maine-Anjou, Chianina, Shorthorn heifers along with crossbreed cattle. New to judging but would like to start. click to view

Johnson, Brad


Why do we conduct youth livestock shows and projects? To help the children become responsible, positively contributing citizens, that are good stewards of agriculture, which they've learned from the invaluable life skills provided by these activities click to view

Lonnie , Dixon


I am a teacher of agriculture in Washington State and enjoy working with kids and making them better showpeople. I have over 20 years of experience training judging teams and judging livestock shows It would be my pleasure to judge your show. click to view

Marker, Tyler


For me, judging is about education, if even one exhibitor approaches me after a show to ask how to improve or has been challenged to expand their knowledge, I have successfully done my job. click to view

McWaters, Clint


My passion for evaluating livestock and teaching youth is why I would like the opportunity to judge your livestock show. click to view

Mercer, Eli


I'm on the livestock judging team in TN. click to view

Miller, Steven


Hi there. I got involved in the livestock industry when I bought my first lamb as a high school freshman. I also competed in my first livestock judging contest the same year and I was hooked. The rest is history, and I am still loving it. click to view

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