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Hall student wins showmanship at beef show
From left, Shade Storey of the Jackson EMC Board of Directors, Beef Show Judge Mike McGuire and first place Senior Showmanship winner Logan Clark of Hall County 4-H

Youth representing Future Farmers of America chapters and 4-H clubs from Banks, Barrow, Franklin, Hall, Jackson, Madison and Oglethorpe counties competed in Jackson Electric Membership Corporation’s 47th annual Quality Beef Show. In total, there were 56 young people and 85 animals for ribbons and cash prizes at the event at Jackson County Comprehensive High School Livestock Center in Jefferson.

Logan Clark of Hall County 4-H won senior category in showmanship. Other young people were given the opportunity to be given feedback from the judges and learn how to improve their animals and skills.

Jackson EMC is a not-for-profit electric cooperative that has been hosting the Quality Beef Show since 1969 to honor the contribution the agriculture industry makes to the Northeast Georgia’s economy, as well as encourage leadership and competitive spirit among young people.

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