Activities developed by the livestock judging team involve youth training and education
In what some describe as today's "me" society, people ask whether the youth of today really care about their communities. At the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture in Curtis, NE, the livestock judging team works hard to uphold a mission of giving back to society.
It might be surprising that one of the most active organizations on the college campus is a group dedicated to evaluating, selecting, and placing livestock, but for Ryan Stainbrook, livestock judging coach, serving one's community--especially young people--comes before winning competitions.
"If given opportunities, the youth of the region have remarkable talent and potential," said Stainbrook. "(The livestock judging team) believes that by offering youth programs, competitions, and support we are ultimately helping develop rural Nebraska."
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