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Local 4/H Beef Club Finds Success

web posted November 29, 2018

EDGEFIELD - Aiken/Edgefield County 4/H Beef Club recently wrapped up the first show season at the Western Carolina State Fair.  Throughout the duration of the show season, youth participants, Aiden Ashworth and Caroline Bryant, gained valuable life skills such as responsibility through feeding, grooming, and daily care of their show animal, and dedication/commitment through attending various club meetings/workshops and working with their show animal multiple days of the week, rain or shine. 

The youth began working with their show calf (TK) in February 2018 and competed in multiple 4-H beef shows throughout the state during the fall show season. Brittain Farms of Jackson, South Carolina sponsored the registered Angus heifer for the project. The club placed in the top 3 at each show they exhibited at, including receiving Reserve Champion Angus at the Saluda County show.

The club is looking forward to exhibiting TK as a bred heifer at the South Carolina Jr Beef Round up in 2019.

This year wouldn’t have been possible without the sponsorship of Brittain farms and the 4-H volunteers.

Anyone interested in learning more about 4-H opportunities in Aiken or Edgefield Counties should email Julia Cox at julia7@clemson.edu.





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