The Savannah Valley 4-H Livestock Judging Teams competed at the State 4-H Livestock Judging Competition on April 1st in Clemson. The Junior and Senior team members evaluated livestock and orally justified their evaluations. Junior Team members comprised Reace Hutto, Paige Ulmer, and Lawson Weilnau. The Senior Team members are Garrett Harwell and Alayna Weilnau. The Junior team placed 3rd overall in the state, and the Senior team placed 4th overall. We enjoyed coaching the teams and look forward to continuing this program for years to come.
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