Livestock Judging Team

The Oklahoma Panhandle State University Livestock Judging Team will compete in 10 national contests each year. They compete for individual honors as well as team recognition against agricultural universities from across the nation. The team is consistently in the top ten at the national contests and typically dominates the non-eligibility contests. Competitive livestock judging is structured so that each contestant will have 1 calendar year of eligibility in which they can compete at these contests. Consequently, a new group of students is constantly being trained. The team score will be a compilation of five members who are designated by the coach. Competition is extremely tough with only a few points separating the winners.

Team Members

Photograph of Robert Berry
Robert Berry
Hometown: Keithville, LA
Major: Animal Science
Future Plans: To graduate from OPSU with my bachelors in Animal Science and become an Ag teacher.

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Katherine Henke
Hometown: Cherokee, Iowa
Major: Agribusiness
Future Plans: I plan on graduating from OPSU with a degree in Agribusiness and a minor in Accounting. Upon graduation I am going to be an Ag loan officer.

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Kevin Kellogg
Hometown: Laramie, Wyoming
Major: Ag Education
Future Plans: To one day be a well known Ag teacher wherever I end up and make a difference in kids lives.

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Megan Matejovsky
Hometown: Holtville, CA
Major: Ag Education
Future Plans: Graduate and move back to California and be an Ag teacher and cross country coach.

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Jessie Rexroat
Hometown: Teutopolis, Illnois
Major: Animal Science
Future Plans: To graduate from OPSU with a degree in Animal Science and find a job.

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Brittany Shears
Hometown: Cardington, Ohio
Major: Agribusiness and Animal Science
Future Plans: Graduate and farm.

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Nick Witte
Hometown: Yuma, Colorado
Major: Animal Science
Future Plans: To make the big bucks.