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Livestock Judging CoachDepartment of Agriculture204A Albertson HallFort Hays State University 600 Park StreetHays, KS 67601-4099Voice: (785) 628-5880E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Garrett Steede grew up in Lucedale, MS near the Mississippi
gulf coast. He spent much of his time
raising and showing Limousin cattle, market hogs, and market goats. He holds a B.S. in Animal and Dairy Sciences
(2010) and an M.S. in Agricultural and Extension Education (2012) – both from
Mississippi State University.
Garrett joined the Agriculture Department at Fort Hays State
University in August of 2013 as the Livestock Judging Coach and Agriculture
Program Specialist. Garrett competed on
the Jones County Junior College livestock judging team in 2007 and then the
livestock judging team at Mississippi State upon transferring. Garrett additionally competed on the meats
judging team while at Mississippi State.
Garrett comes to FHSU after serving as a co-coach for the Clemson University Livestock Judging Team. Garrett teaches all of the livestock evaluation courses and the introductory Animal Science course. Additionally, he coordinates 4-H, FFA, and collegiate livestock judging events on campus and co-advises the FHSU Block and Bridle Club as well as Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity.