June 28, 2017
The 2017 Junior National Hereford Expo (JNHE) kicks off in two weeks! Find more information on the JNHE judges below: Owned heifers: Chan Phillips, Maysville, Ky. Chan Phillips is co-owner of Rocking P Livestock. He …
Chan Phillips, Maysville, Ky. Chan Phillips is co-owner of Rocking P Livestock. He and his brother, Keith, run a Simmental and SimAngus cow herd, where they extensively utilize artificial insemination and embryo transfer.
Ernie Wallace, Scotts City, Mo. Ernie Wallace is the owner of Wallace Cattle Co. Ernie and his wife, Tammy, started their operation in 1984 and, today, run a herd of more than 150 registered Angus and Simmental cattle. They have two children, Paige and Sam, who were both involved in the Angus and Simmental junior breed associations.
Mark McClintock, San Angelo, Texas. Mark McClintock has had the honor to judge most major shows in the U.S. as well as shows in Canada, Ecuador, Paraguay and Thailand. He and his wife, Teresa, have two sons, Ryan and Mason, who showed Herefords and are still involved with the family cattle.
Cody Sankey of Economy, Ind. Cody Sankey is a fifth-generation cattleman. He grew up involved in his family’s operation, Sankey’s 6N Ranch, in Council Grove, Kan., which is the second longest running registered Angus herd in the U.S. Cody and his wife, Lindsay, raise Angus and Hereford cattle and remain active in both of their families’ cattle operations.
Marcus Arnold, Ackney, Iowa. Marcus Arnold grew up on a small, family owned cattle and show pig operation located in Panhandle, Texas. He attended Texas Tech University, where he received his bachelor’s degree in animal science and was on the record-setting national champion livestock judging team in 2008. He was also a member of the 2008 National Champion Meat-Animal Evaluation Team.
Andrew and Emilee Foster, Niles, Mich. Andrew and Emilee Foster along with their daughter, Everly, own and operate Seldom Rest Farms where they raise registered Angus cattle. Their operation is based on junior show heifer projects. Andrew and Emilee both grew up showing cattle and were extensively involved in the National Junior Hereford Association and National Junior Angus Association.
For more deatils on the JNHE judges, visit the JNHE resources page.