Catch-A-Calf program steers local 4-H youth to beef industry

Mansor Elisha, 17, with his streer, Nemo, at the family home on Orchard Mesa.



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Mansor Elisha, 17, with his streer, Nemo, at the family home on Orchard Mesa.

Local teenagers Dean VanWinkle and Mansor Elisha have attended the National Western Stock Show in the past, but only as spectators. This year, they will show a market steer for the first time…




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