Meet the Judge

Meet Andy Barth from Spokane, WA


3124 W Providence Ave



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Qualified to Judge:

Cattle, Dairy Cattle, Sheep, Club lambs, Swine, Meat goats

Judge Classification:

Breeder, Coach/Teacher, College Alumni

Available in Region(s):

North East, North West, Midwest, South East, South West

Available in State(s):

Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming

Available in Canada:



Oklahoma State University - Stillwater, Oklahoma - 2010-2013 
Linn-Benton Community College - Albany, Oregon - 2007-2008


Oklahoma Agricultural Leadership Encounter, Class IX - 2011-2012 • Linn-Benton Community College Livestock Judging Team - 2007-2008 (Top 10 individual Cow Palace, Fresno State fair) • Washington Jr. Angus Association (Eastern WA Director) • Washington Jr Suffolk Association (state president) • United Suffolk Sheep Association • American Hampshire Sheep Association • Washington FFA Livestock Judging (High individual in reasons, sheep and hogs; 4th in cattle; 2nd high individual overall)

Judging Experience & Honors:

Lamb Judge, Columbia Basin Jr. Livestock Show, Washington, 2017 • Beef & Dairy Cattle, Hog Judge, Clallam County Fair, Washington, 2017 • Beef Judge, Thurston County Fair, Washington, 2017 •  Hog Judge, Skagit County Fair, Washington, 2017 • Hog Judge, Columbia County Fair, Oregon, 2017 • Hog Judge, Puget Sound Jr. Livestock Show, Washington, 2017 • Hog Judge, Central Washington Jr. Livestock Show, Washington, 2017 • Hog Judge, Columbia Basin Jr. Livestock Show, Washington, 2015-2016 • Cattle, Hog and Lamb Judge, Garfield County Fair, Utah - 2014-2015 • Beef Judge, Okanogan County Fair, Washington - 2009-2010 • Sheep Judge, Okanogan County Fair, Washington - 2009 • Sheep Judge, Port Angeles Summer Classic, Washington - 2007

4-H / FFA Honors:

National FFA Officer Candiate - 2008 • Washington FFA State President - 2006-2007 • Washington FFA State Star Farmer - 2006 • Washington FFA Diversified Livestock Production Proficiency state champion - 2006 • Washington FFA Ag Sales Placement Proficiency state champion - 2006

Career History:

Business Development and Community/Government Relations Officer, Inland Power and Light, 2018 - present Public Relations Director, Washington Farm Bureau, 2015 - 2018 Owner/Operator, ATB Production Solutions, 2015 - present Reporter/Anchor, Oklahoma Horizon TV, 2010 - 2015 Communications Director, New Product Development Center, Oklahoma State University, 2010 - 2012 Communications Director, Chuck Yarbro Auctioneers and Real Estate Services, 2002 - 2010

Bay Carpenter -

Andy Barth was a super fair, kind, and knowledgeable judge for our Clallam County fair. He was consistent in his opinions and never played favorites or swayed his thinking in anyway. I was happy to have him and I would recommend him in any agricultural setting.

Cathie -

Andy judged our hog show for two years. Our show is like most shows and we only book judges for two consecutive years. We wish we could have asked him back after his second year. He knows livestock, loves working with youth and the kids learned a lot from him. He took the time to make sure the kids knew what to do and the reasons behind showing techniques. We will definitely be asking him back for another rotation in a few years. He is worth every penny.

Brandin -

If you are looking for a excellent Judge Andy is your guy. He judged our show this year and did one of the best jobs we have ever had. He is very professional. He also took the time to help educate our kids. Andy made sure they knew how to show, but he also made sure they understood what was driving the livestock industry. In our opinion Andy was well worth the money. We have gone ahead and scheduled him for next year.