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Wisconsin youth place second in Louisville

Nov. 15, 2012 | 0 comments

Louisville, KY

A team of four Wisconsin 4-H members placed second team overall at the Invitational Youth Dairy Cattle Judging Contest at the North American International Livestock Exposition (N.A.I.L.E) in Louisville, KY on Sunday, Nov. 4, trailing the Minnesota 4-H team by just one point.

Seventy-five youth on 19 teams from across the USA competed at this event.

The 4-H team from Wisconsin placed second overall and was the fourth place team for total reasons.

The team was also first place in the Guernsey breed and second place in the Ayrshire breeed, fourth in Brown Swiss and fifth in the Jersey breed.

Team members were Ethan Dado and Laura Jensen, both from Dane County, David Pintens from Barron County and Matthew Kramer from Fond Du Lac County.

They qualified to be members of this team at the State 4-H Dairy Judging contest in July being the top four individuals from the contest who were not on a team that had already qualified for a national contest.

The team members were also successful individually with Dado placing second overall and Jensen fifth overall. Dado also placed tenth in oral reasons.

The teams’ second-place finish at Louisville comes after a long year of dairy judging for the four members who started practicing early this spring with their county programs and continued to practice with their county coaches and with Beth and Mark Heinze through the fall.

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