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Meet The Judges

The 12th Annual Big East Regional Youth and Jackpot Show

May 3-5, 2019

Contact: 413-205-5009 or bigeast@thebige.com

Two great shows in one destination!

Chris Wojciechowski grew up showing steers and heifers in 4-H and junior Angus, in Montgomery CO. Maryland. He then attended Delaware Valley College earning a degree in animal science. He spent time as a herdsman of a purebred shorthorn operation and once was the executive secretary and field-man for the VA Angus Association. He worked as a free-lance fitter for many years preparing cattle for shows and sales, across the country.

Chris currently calls Middlebrook VA home along with his wife Carol and one spoiled red heeler named Chili. Together with some great partners in the cattle business they maintain a small group of Angus cattle. Currently he is self employed as a freelance marketing agent. Helping to market both purebred and commercial cattle, as well as still preparing cattle for show and sale presentation.

Chris will be judging: Showmanship Ring 2, Youth Heifer Ring 2 and Jackpot Steer Ring 1.
Clint Hall along with his wife Kelly Hall are owners of Long Hall Cattle of Hillsboro, OH and Maysville, KY. They are breeders of Charolais, Limousin, Red Angus and Hereford purebred seedstock and produce and sell a small number of show steers. They exhibit and sell cattle at major shows throughout the US. They merchandise their seedstock through Online Sales, Expos and private treaty.

Clint was raised on a beef cattle operation and has been active in breeding, raising and exhibiting high quality cattle his entire life. Clint has judged numerous shows throughout the United States on all levels and certainly enjoys Jr. functions. Thank you Kent Feeds for bringing Clint to The Big East to officiate for us!

Clint will be judging: Showmanship Ring 1, Youth Heifer Ring 1, and Youth Steer Ring 1. He will be your Regional Hereford Judge.
Zach Bartenslager grew up on a cow-calf operation in Lewisburg, W.V. Additionally, Zach was heavily involved in 4-H exhibiting all species of livestock at a state level along with involvement in the National Junior Angus Association. He attended Hutchinson Community College while competing on the livestock judging team. After receiving his associate's degree he transferred to Ohio State University and was a member of the livestock judging team. Upon completion of his bachelor's degree Zach then took a coaching position at the University of Tennessee along with pursuing a master's degree.

Zach will be judging: Youth Steer Ring 2 and Jackpot Heifer Ring 1.

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