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Butler’s Livestock Judging Team Wins Louisville

Butler Community College Livestock Judging Team at Louisville Contest.
Published: Monday, November 20th, 2017

Butler's Livestock Judging Team was named High Team Overall at their most recent contest.

Butler Community College’s Livestock Judging Team was named High Team Overall at the North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE) in Louisville, Ky. Along with winning the contest, the team was titled High Team Reasons, High Team Cattle and High Team Performance Cattle. Butler’s team also received Third High Team Hogs and Sixth High Team Sheep.

Last year, Butler’s 2016-17 Livestock Judging team was titled Team of the Year by the Junior College Coaches Association and the college had one-third of the All-American Awards nationwide.

Individual Placers include:

Princeton, Kan.:

Cade Hibdon

DeLand, Fla.:

Trevor Rosso

Fowler, Ind.:

Kenzie Kretzmeier

Ropesville, Texas:

Cooper Carlisle

Stephenville, Texas:

Tanner Barnes

The North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE) is the largest all-breed, purebred livestock event in the world, with 10 livestock divisions and nearly 30,000 entries from the 48 contiguous states — all under one roof.