After year hiatus, CC judging camp returns

By: Lisa S. Icenogle
Image of two cows with the words "Livestock Judging Camp."

The Annual Casper College Livestock Judging Camp will be held June 21-23 at the Grace Werner Agricultural Pavilion on the Casper College campus.

The camp, led by Jeremy Burkett, livestock judging coach and agriculture instructor, will focus on livestock evaluation with special emphasis on the presentation of oral reasons, said Burkett. Four learning divisions will be offered at the camp: novice, intermediate, advanced, and adult.

Example classes to be evaluated during the camp include market and breeding sheep, swine, cattle, and goats. The final day of camp will include a mock judging contest where competitors will put their knowledge and skills to the test. “The Casper College Livestock Judging Camp allows participants to interact with current industry professionals, coaches, and students to advance their judging skills further,” said Burkett.

The cost is $250 for students and $160 for advisers. Entries received after Friday, May 28, will increase to $275 for students and $175 for advisors. The fee includes lodging, meals, T-shirt, judging manual, judging contest, and awards. Judging camp participants will learn from agricultural educators and industry leaders.

To sign up or for more information, contact Burkett at 307-268-2417, toll-free at 800-442-2963, ext. 2417 or at

Media contact: Lisa S. Icenogle

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