Junior Judging School set for July 8-9; your participation is invited
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- The Pennsylvania Junior Holstein Association Judging School will be held on Tuesday, July 8, and Wednesday, July 9, from noon to noon. The school is open to all youths interested in learning about dairy cattle judging.
The school covers the basics of animal evaluation and reason giving. Individuals that attend have the opportunity to learn terminology, animal and class breakdowns and how to effectively give reasons.
Hosted this year by the Bradford County Holstein Association in northeastern Pennsylvania, host farms are in the Troy and Towanda areas. Tentatively, three breeds of dairy cattle will be made available for judging practices. The teacher will be David Castrogiovanni, an accomplished judge and teacher who farms with his family in Susquehanna County.
The cost of the school is $30 for those staying overnight; the price includes school costs, hotel room and evening meal.
For those that commute, the cost is $20, which covers school costs and the evening meal.
For more information, contact the Pennsylvania Holstein Association, 839 Benner Pike, State College, PA 16801. Phone (814) 234-0364, Fax (814) 234-1698, www.paholsteins.com
The entry deadline is June 25.
2014 JUNIOR JUDGING SCHOOL
PENNSYLVANIA HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION
Parents’ name: ___________________________________________________________________________
Emergency contact number: _________________________________________________________________
$30 - Overnight - Includes school cost, room and evening meal.
$20 - Commuter - Includes school cost and evening meal
I have enclosed $ ________ for overnight
I have enclosed $ ________ for commuter
Deadline June 25
Send reservations and make checks payable to:
Pennyslvania Holstein Association
839 Benner Pike, State College, Pa 16801
Phone: (814) 234-0364 • E-mail: email@example.com