Lifestyle

Thu
11
Feb

Uvaldeans are honored, Phillips entertains at banquet

MEGHANN GARCIA
MANAGING EDITOR
 
Thu
11
Feb

Lambert, Valenzuela tops at UCISD

KIM EAGLE
LIFESTYLES EDITOR
 
Thu
11
Feb

UMH adds fee to ER policy

KIM EAGLE
LIFESTYLES EDITOR
 
Sun
07
Feb

School districts vs UCAD, again

KIM EAGLE
LIFESTYLES EDITOR
 
Thu
04
Feb

Tractor restoration project nears completion

JESSE ORTIZ
UHS JOURNALISM
 
Thu
04
Feb

Stock show sale rings up $492,607

KIM EAGLE
LIFESTYLES EDITOR
 
Sun
31
Jan
Sun
31
Jan

Déjà moo

KIM EAGLE
LIFESTYLES EDITOR
 
Thu
28
Jan

Thirty-three heifers entered in pen-of-three category

 
 
by Kim Eagle, lifestyles editor
Bulls, steers, cows, and heifers might look like the same animal to the untrained eye, but for those getting ready for the Uvalde County Junior Livestock Show and Sale the differences are as obvious as night and day.
 
Local 4-Hers Natalie Coleman, Baylee Grissom, Bailey Williams, Miles Williams, and Audrey Williams have been studying up on their knowledge of everything bovine, especially heifers, in preparation for the stock shows’ first commercial heifer sale.
 
The stock show starts today and runs through Saturday at the Uvalde County Fairplex. Commercial pen of three heifers activities will debut tomorrow morning with interviews at 9:30 a.m. followed by judging of the specimen and record books at 11 a.m.
 

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