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Morrisville State dairy judging team takes home honors

MORRISVILLE, NY—Morrisville State’s dairy judging team recently competed in the All-American Dairy Show in Harrisburg, Pa., taking home multiple honors.

The team placed first for Guernsey Breed, while Colleen Cargile, of Skaneateles, took first place individual for Jersey Breed. Top individual scores overall were: Cargile, eighth, Brandon Perna, of Broadalbin, eighth, and Jessica Currie, of Tully, ninth. Also competing on the team was Nicole Achtyl, of Lawtons. All of the students are animal science—dairy majors.

Morrisville State also took second place overall, out of six teams from throughout the country, for the Two-Year Junior College Division.

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