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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper September 6, 2018 - 9 Submitted by Chris Howard The following Bath County High School students competed at the Kentucky State Fair in the FFA Division. Top Left: Colton Haney, Jacob Conyers, and Logan Jones 1st Place and Grand Champion Large Exhibit Ag. mechanics Top Middle: Selah Bussell 1st Place Ag. Mechanics small project Top Right: Boone Howard 1st Place Horticulture Exhibit Bottom Left: Colton Haney 1st Place Ag. Mechanics Medium Exhibit Bottom Middle: Logan Jones 1st Place Medium Exhibit Bottom Right: Jacob Conyers 1st Place small exhibit rankings/best-veterinary- degrees. MSU's Veterinary Technology Program of- fers students numerous hands-on learning op- t portunities af the Small Animal Clinic at the Der- rickson Agricultural Com- plex. Students can choose between an associate or Morehead State Univer- bachelor's degree in Vet- Clinical training involves actual animal patients and is completed at the MSU Veterinary Technology Small Animal Teaching Hospital, Equine Health and Education Center and farm areas of the Derrick- son Agricultural Complex. 'Tnere are well over 200 vet tech programs in the U.S. so to be placed in sity has been ranked the erinary Technology, de- the top 15 programs in the #15 Best Veterinary De- pendingon their:career country is quite an honor," gree in the b dentsA the:vet . tro- The: festa--Of te:h- lege Choice, a leadmg their skills on a wide va- nology at MSU. I would authority in college and riety of animals and take attribute any success that university rankings and courses which contribute we have here to our out- resources, is available at to their understanding of standing faculty and our www.collegechoice.net/ animal care and nursing, outstanding clinical facili- ties that allow a tremen- dous hands-on experience for our students." Prater added that both the associate and bach- elor's degree programs boast a near 100 percent job placement rate, with most new graduates re- ceiving three to five job offers. According to College Choice, the ranking is based on institutional reputation,graduation rates, selectivity, and fac- ulty resources. The data from their ranking comes from the National Cen- ter for Education Statis- tics' WEDS database, U.S.News & World Re- port, Payscale and indi- vidual college websites. In its description of Morehead, College Choice noted, "Morehead State University is more than equipped to give YOu the highest~ber of i education. Between the MSU Veterinary Technol- ogy Small Animal Teach- ing Hospital, the Equine Health and Education Center, and the Derrick- son Agricultural Complex, youll learn from doing." For more information about veterinary technol- ogy programs at More- head State, visit www. moreheadstate.edu/ vettech. of Yakzz who will discuss marketing options. The yak show, sponsored by US YAKS (usyaks.org), will be judged by Dr. Harrelson. Dr. Harrelson will use the opportunity to teach those present about proper con- formation and what to 1,)ok for in a yak. This is a unilue educational opportunityfor yak breeders and those in- terested in yaks. Yak fiber products On Saturday, Septem- and those interested in pro- be available as well as yak bet 28th approximatelyducing high-end, healthy meat (yak-burgers, chili forty Tibetan Yaks will be meat and tacos) prepared by at the Derrickson Agricul- The events of the day Root-A-Bakers of More- tural Center (Moreheadwill include seminars and head. Bluegrass music will State University Farm) in roundtable discussions led start approximately lpm. Morehead. This is the third by Dr. MIchelle Arnold, There will be baby yaks time yaks will have come University of Kentucky (3 months old) up to full to Morehead for an annual Veterinary Diagnostic Lab, grown cows as well as regional exhibition and and Dr. Patricia Harrelson, younger bulls for people to show open to the public.' Morehead State Univer- see. Come, learn and en- The purpose is to introduce yaks to the region as an op- tion for both the small acer- age farm, fiber producers 'i? : ,~ m We welcome you to our customer appreciation days. Thank you for supporting out 0 , business in 2018! We appreciate you and hope to see you soon! - Leon dr the rest of the crew 1st 50 customers receive a free jar of apple butter on Sat. morning only sity Department of Agri- joy time with Tibetan Yaks. Homemade Baked Goods culture, on yak health and The event is free and will be Cheeseball & Cheese Spreads maximizing breeding p rio- open to the public from 9am : Meat & Cheese Trays grams and by Dan Coulter to 5pm. American $2.99/Ib ]i Stol t,s Homemade Yogurt =o Colby $3.99/Ib 1 Troyer s Roll Butter COOPERATI E EXTENSION' Hot Pepper $3.99/Ib Jams & Jellies Kentucky~ IMII Muenster $3.99/Ib Bulk Flour & Sugar i Swiss Cuts $5.49/Ib Housewares & Gift Ideas While Supplies Last Beef Jerky & Beef Sticks Hard to Find Old Fashioned Candies Presented By: Bath CounW Conservation District Natural Resources Conservation Service Bath County Extension Office Bath County Farm Bureau Bath County Cattlemen's Association Bath County Farm Bureau Women's Committee ,2018 Call 606-674-2121 Ext. 3 or 606-674-6121 RIbeye Meal: 6:45pm Meal Sponsors: Farm Credit Owingsville Banking Company Peoples Bank Citizens Bank Paris Stockyards Bluegrass Stockyards Traditional Bank-Mt. Sterling ): (:i!%1!: Registration:5:O0pm Ken Staley-My Practices/Farm Tours Emily Anderson-Principles of Soil Health Tom Keene-Profltable Hay Production -Fruit Production in High mels Door Prizes: 7:30pm Booths and Displays on Site! | SALE BRING YOUR LAWN CHAIRS Meal Prepared by: Bath Co. Cattlemen's Servers: Farm Bureau Women's Committee FRIDAY ONLY Kahn's Bologna $2.99/Ib Virginia Ham $3.99/Ib Off the Bone Ham $4.39/Ib Classic White Turkey $4.69/Ib Cajun Turkey $5.99/Ib Roast Beef $8.99/Ib Yoder's Country Ham $9.59/Ib *While Supplies Last Homemade Peanut Brittle Rada Knife Cutlery - 10% Off 1532 Maysville Rd. Flemingsburg, KY #: Straw Fodder Mums Pumpkins Hours: Mon - Fri 8:30 - 5:00 Sat 9:00 - 4:00 Closed Sunday