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Agriculture ‘moo-ving’ on up

Jose Gomez, Staff Writer

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Agriculture students competed in the Dallas Fort Worth Livestock Show and Rodeo on the weekend of January 22 through the 24.

Sr. Cheyenne Griffin placed 3rd out of 22 with a Brangus Heifer, and  Jr. Sean King placed 6th out of 14 with a Brangus Heifer, Agriculture teacher, Steven Bryand said, “They loved it had an outstanding time.”

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