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8th Annual Cattle Judging held at Heart Six Ranch

Submitted photoOver 200 contestants gathered at Wyoming's Joe Scott's Heart Six Ranch (formerly Pannell Ranch) for the 8th Annual Cattle Judging

A cloudy and overcast day greeted over 200 young people representing high schools and colleges from Wyoming, Colorado, Nebraska, and Kansas as they gathered at Joe Scott’s Heart Six Ranch (formerly Pannell Ranch) for the 8th Annual Cattle Judging hosted by Pannell Angus, Jim and Kelly Pannell and family.

Contestants evaluated 10 classes of Angus breeding cattle and steers from Pannell Angus and Neiman’s 77 Ranch, then justified their decisions through a series of oral reasons.

Awards were presented in each division, High School, Junior College, and University, to the high individuals in reasons, high individuals overall, and the high teams. First place individuals in reasons received embroidered wind shirts and high individuals overall won custom made belt buckles. Each champion team received an original etching by western artist Bob Coronato.

Results are as follows:

A cloudy and overcast day greeted over 200 young people representing high schools and colleges from Wyoming, Colorado, Nebraska, and Kansas as they gathered at Joe Scott’s Heart Six Ranch (formerly Pannell Ranch) for the 8th Annual Cattle Judging hosted by Pannell Angus, Jim and Kelly Pannell and family.

Contestants evaluated 10 classes of Angus breeding cattle and steers from Pannell Angus and Neiman’s 77 Ranch, then justified their decisions through a series of oral reasons.

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Awards were presented in each division, High School, Junior College, and University, to the high individuals in reasons, high individuals overall, and the high teams. First place individuals in reasons received embroidered wind shirts and high individuals overall won custom made belt buckles. Each champion team received an original etching by western artist Bob Coronato.

Results are as follows:

A cloudy and overcast day greeted over 200 young people representing high schools and colleges from Wyoming, Colorado, Nebraska, and Kansas as they gathered at Joe Scott’s Heart Six Ranch (formerly Pannell Ranch) for the 8th Annual Cattle Judging hosted by Pannell Angus, Jim and Kelly Pannell and family.

Contestants evaluated 10 classes of Angus breeding cattle and steers from Pannell Angus and Neiman’s 77 Ranch, then justified their decisions through a series of oral reasons.

Awards were presented in each division, High School, Junior College, and University, to the high individuals in reasons, high individuals overall, and the high teams. First place individuals in reasons received embroidered wind shirts and high individuals overall won custom made belt buckles. Each champion team received an original etching by western artist Bob Coronato.

Results are as follows:

A cloudy and overcast day greeted over 200 young people representing high schools and colleges from Wyoming, Colorado, Nebraska, and Kansas as they gathered at Joe Scott’s Heart Six Ranch (formerly Pannell Ranch) for the 8th Annual Cattle Judging hosted by Pannell Angus, Jim and Kelly Pannell and family.

Contestants evaluated 10 classes of Angus breeding cattle and steers from Pannell Angus and Neiman’s 77 Ranch, then justified their decisions through a series of oral reasons.

Awards were presented in each division, High School, Junior College, and University, to the high individuals in reasons, high individuals overall, and the high teams. First place individuals in reasons received embroidered wind shirts and high individuals overall won custom made belt buckles. Each champion team received an original etching by western artist Bob Coronato.

Results are as follows:

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