• By Ryan Farley, Extension Agent

4-H/Youth Development

Woodford County 4-H Skillathon The Woodford County 4-H Livestock Skill-a-thon team traveled to Bowling Green on Saturday, Feb. 16, for the State 4-H Livestock Skill-a-thon competition. Participants spent the day demonstrating their knowledge of the livestock industry, whether it was identification, judging, breeding scenarios or others. Woodford County 4-H was represented by 12 youth including Aaron Brown, Kennedy Rudd, Sarah Vanzant, Cooper Probst, Carson Probst, Logan Rudd, Braden Lacefield, Gillian Brown, Philip Brown, Manus Lavin, Trevor Varner and

Elizabeth Vanzant. Congratulations to the following individuals and teams on their placement.


Sarah Vanzant: Individual Identification - 9th, Individual Overall - 13th

Carson Probst: Individual Identification - 6th, Individual Overall - 7th

Clover Team (Carson, Braden and Logan): Quality Assurance and Quiz - 2nd, Evaluation - 4th, Team Overall - 4th.


Gillian Brown: Individual Identification - 6th, Evaluation - 8th, QA and Quiz - 7th, Individual Overall - 3rd Trevor Varner: Quality Assurance and Quiz - 9th, Individual Overall - 19th

Intermediate Team (Gillian, Trevor, Manus and Philip): Identification - 3rd, Evaluation - 2nd, Quality Assurance and Quiz - 5th, Team Overall - 3rd Senior

Elizabeth Vanzant: Identification - 4th, Evaluation - 10th, Quality Assurance and Quiz - 8th, Individual Overall - 4th Congratulations to all participants on their hard work and dedication! A special thank you to Coach Theresa Vanzant for all of the time she put into preparing the team, to the parents and family who supported the youth and to the community partners who help support Woodford County 4-H! Next up - Livestock Judging season. If you are interested in more information on Woodford County 4-H livestock opportunities, email ryan.farley@uky.edu.

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