8 years ago

Record books by 115 youth from 16 Panhandle counties were judged by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service agents and adult volunteers on July 9 at Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center in Amarillo.

Youth keep detailed records of 4-H projects undertaken throughout the year in order to develop skills in communication, organization, goal setting, problem solving and documentation, according to Brandon Dukes, AgriLife Extension district administrator.

Results of the Carson County participants are:
Intermediate Beef: 3. Ashby Dauer.

Junior Beef: 2. Jett Bradford; 6. Jared Dauer.

Senior Clothing and Textiles: 3. Jodie Detten.

Intermediate Food and Nutrition: 3. Acacia Barker.

Junior Shooting Sports: 2. Daniel Byers.

Senior Swine: 4. Jordan Pohnert.

Intermediate Swine: 3. Baylee Ogletree.

Junior Swine: 6. John-Brennan Reed; 8. Tayte Ogletree; 12. Marcus Barker.