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Morrisville State students compete in dairy exposition

MORRISVILLE, NY—Morrisville State’s dairy judging team competed in the North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE) held Nov.10 in Louisville, Ky.

Team results:
5th for Ayrshire breed
5th for Guernsey breed
3rd for Holstein breed
4th for Jersey breed
5th place Overall Team

Team members: Brandon Perna, of Broadalbin; Colleen Cargile, of Skaneateles; and Jessica Currie, of Tully, all animal science—dairy students.

Individual results:
4th place Overall High Individual for Reasons-Colleen Cargile
4th place Overall High Individual-Colleen Cargile
2nd place-Colleen Cargile for Brown Swiss
3rd place-Colleen Cargile for Holstein

The team was led by Justine Deming, assistant professor of dairy science.

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