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Well over 2,000 teenagers and children from across the state used noisemakers, blew into vuvuzelas and otherwise cheered on dozens of scholars…

COLLEGE STATION -- Texas 4-H’ers took home more than $2.4 million in scholarships during the 71st annual Texas 4-H Roundup held at Texas A&M University recently. In all, the 4-H Youth Development Foundation distributed more than 200 scholarships to outgoing 4-H members, said Sarah Hamm, executive director of the Texas 4-H Foundation. The Houston Livestock […]

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COLLEGE STATION -- Bryan-College Station was host to the largest gathering of 4-H members and supporters in the country June 11–14 during Texas 4-H Roundup, said organizers. “Roundup is the pinnacle annual event for all of Texas 4-H and we welcomed more than 2,100 youth to compete in approximately 50 diverse competitions throughout the week,” […]

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  Contact: Jana Barrett, 979-845-6533,  jcbarrett@ag.tamu.edu Where: Texas A&M University campus at College Station and surrounding area. When:  June 5-8. What: Bryan-College Station will host the largest gathering of 4-H members and supporters in the country — Texas 4-H Roundup, which is the culminating event for all Texas 4-H contests. More than 4,000 participants will […]

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OVERTON – Joel Kerby finished his final cattle roundup for Texas A&M AgriLife Research after 27 years at the AgriLife Research and Extension Center in Overton. Kerby, of Overton, grew up in Frisco until his family took over a family farm in Roscoe when he was a teenager. He learned how to plow and plant […]

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