BELTON — The exhibition hall at the Bell County Expo Center was quiet on Friday morning as 150 students from area agriculture programs moved through a fenced enclosure looking over goats, hogs, lambs and steers. Occasionally the silence was broken by a bleat from a lamb and the announcer’s instructions.
“Which Class 4 market hog is the biggest boned?” asked Dustin Coufal, a livestock judge who volunteered his time for the event.
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