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Falls City FFA’ers place at Houston show


Falls City FFA’ers place at Houston show
BRETT WRIGHT/Contributor — The Moy family gathers to congratulate Taylor Moy after her Red Angus steer placed second in the lightweight division of the 2014 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Joining Taylor are parents Dennis and Cynthia Moy and sister Skylar.


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Five Falls City FFA members represented the school in the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo during the March auction with their steers.

For two of the exhibitors, this is the second major show to sell an animal.

Conner Jendrusch, who showed a market goat in the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo, placed fourth in the middleweight division of the Brangus show.

Skylar Moy once again placed in the steer competition. Skylar’s heavyweight Limousin steer placed ninth, after placing second at the San Antonio show with her Simmental steer. She was joined in the winners’ circle by her sister Taylor, who also earned the opportunity to sell in Houston. Taylor’s Red Angus steer earned second in the lightweight division.

Kevin Jendrusch, who won reserve champion at the Karnes County show with an Exotic steer entry, placed fifth in class No. 6 AOB division.

Kelsey Moczygemba’s lightweight Charolais steer placed seventh in the Houston event.
 

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