Hampton ag program’s calf wins big, changes coming soon

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■ Korbin Stump took over care of calf, earned rosette

  • Korbin Stump walked away with a grand champion rosette, with the help of the calf partially taken care of by the Hampton ag program, in the 4-H Feeder Steer category at this year’s Hamilton County Fair. News-Register/Cheyenne Rowe
    Korbin Stump walked away with a grand champion rosette, with the help of the calf partially taken care of by the Hampton ag program, in the 4-H Feeder Steer category at this year’s Hamilton County Fair. News-Register/Cheyenne Rowe
  • worked with the cow and calf at Marna Johnson’s farm while school was closed at the end of last school year. Courtesy photo Korbin Stump
    worked with the cow and calf at Marna Johnson’s farm while school was closed at the end of last school year. Courtesy photo Korbin Stump
  • Korbin Stump also entered the cow/calf pair in the Hamilton County Fair. Courtesy photo
    Korbin Stump also entered the cow/calf pair in the Hamilton County Fair. Courtesy photo
The Hampton FFA agriculture program has done a wealth of growing in the past year, despite being hit like everyone else by the impacts of COVID-19. Global pandemic aside, the students and instructor Joel Miller were still able to learn from the situation and celebrate as the group’s calf was shown, and honored, at the Hamilton County Fair. “The cow and the calf came to school in late winter,”…

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