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B and S Equestrian Farms, 3354 Armernia Rd Chester, SC 29706 B and S Equestrian Farms, 3354 Armernia Rd Chester, SC 29706 Dairy 3 months ago
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Description: 3354 Armernia Rd Chester, SC 29706
Start Time: 10:00 AM
End Time: 4:00 PM 



Join us for a dairy judging clinic, designed for youth AND coaches, taught by Dr. Katharine Knowlton, Va Tech Professor and Coach of Dairy Judging Team.


There is no registration fee thanks to support from the NC Purebred Dairy Cattle Association, NC Dairy Youth Foundation, and dairy organizations in SC and GA. However, to have an accurate count, please register at the link below.


http://bit.ly/SoutheastDairyJudging101

Partial travel stipends are available to NC participants through the NC Dairy Youth Foundation. Anyone interested should contact Dr. Stephanie Ward (shward@ncsu.edu).

Event will be hosted at: 

Stephenson Dairy Farm 
1924 Stephenson Farm Rd

Chester, SC 29706

We will start at 10 AM and wrap up by 4PM. See the attached flyer for more details.
Jan 12 Sat

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