The Brazos High School FFA Dairy Cattle teams showcased their prowess at the San Antonio Livestock Show held on February 8, 2024. Amongst stiff competition, the teams demonstrated their skill and dedication, earning commendable rankings in the event.

With over 90 teams and 300 individuals participating, the competition was intense. However, the Brazos High School FFA Dairy Cattle teams stood out, securing notable placements.

The first team, comprising Brayden Krahn, Gauge McCain, Gunner Grigar, and Colton Richardson, clinched 7th place. Their proficiency in dairy cattle handling and management impressed judges and onlookers alike.

In a remarkable debut performance, the second team, consisting of Joe Wilson, Robert Hartfield, Madison Pailes, and Chase Kuhn, secured 13th place. Despite it being their first contest, the team displayed remarkable teamwork and aptitude.

For those unfamiliar with dairy cattle teams, these competitions encompass various aspects of dairy cattle management. Participants are tasked with tasks such as handling and grooming cattle, demonstrating knowledge of breeds, anatomy, and health care practices, and showcasing skills in judging and problem-solving related to dairy cattle production.

Such competitions not only provide valuable hands-on experience but also foster teamwork, leadership, and critical thinking skills among participants. Additionally, they promote awareness and appreciation of the dairy industry’s significance in agriculture.

The success of the Brazos High School FFA Dairy Cattle teams at the San Antonio Livestock Show underscores their dedication and proficiency in this field. It serves as a testament to their hard work and commitment to excellence.


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