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Chief Washakie members continue success in 307 Livestock Judging Series


August 10, 2018

WORLAND — All summer long members of the Chief Washakie FFA livestock judging team have been participating in a 307 livestock judging series.

They have partaken in contests and clinics in Spanish Fork, Utah, Sundance, Buffalo, Laramie County Community College, Frannie, Casper College, Natrona County and Sheridan. Together they have won five high individual banners, two belt buckles, $3,500 in scholarships and two high point team awards, advisor Grace Godfrey said.

On Sunday the girls traveled to the last contest of the regular season which was held in Sheridan. Dani Warner placed third overall in sheep, Meg DeBolt placed second in swine, fifth in reasons giving the high set of lamb reasons, and eighth overall, Liz Voss placed fourth in swine, fourth in reasons talking the high set in gilts, fourth in placings and fourth overall.

The team will represent Washakie County at the Wyoming State Fair next Wednesday.

As of July 19, Warner was in second place in points earned based upon her top three scores from this summer’s contests. Individuals are only allowed to counts points from their final placings from their three best contests throughout the series. The Sheridan contest did move some kids around as points could have been gained or people moved up or down based upon their attendance or score.

After figuring in points from this past contest all of the girls and stand a good chance of making the 307 All Star Judging Team, Godfrey said.


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