Clinic focuses on the health, nutrition, condition and care of livestock

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It's one thing to show livestock; it's another to understand the science behind raising livestock which will produce well and provide wholesome product for consumers. That's the vision which led DeWitt County 4-H volunteers Larry Martin and Doug North to host a livestock clinic which attracted youth from nine counties.

"We wanted to host a clinic that focused not just on showing, but on the overall health, nutrition, condition, and care of the animal," Larry said. A judging contest helped youth understand the traits important when selecting replacement cattle for their herd. Read more from the Logan County Herald.

 

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