Rodeo & Judging
Frank Phillips College Livestock Judging Program
Students participating on the Frank Phillips College Livestock Judging Team have the opportunity to continue to develop invaluable life skills of: responsibility, observation, critical thinking, decision making, time management, organization, public speaking, team work, and much more.
Frank Phillips College is located 50 miles northeast of Amarillo, in the heart of one of the most amazing livestock areas in the world. Outstanding beef cattle, sheep, hogs, and meat goats are easily found within several hours of the Frank Phillips College Borger Campus. Livestock Judging Team members will have the opportunity to travel throughout the United States to compete in local, regional, and national livestock judging contests, while seeing outstanding livestock and meeting some of the great people in the industry. Livestock Judging Team members will work outside of class, especially on Fridays and Saturdays.
Scholarships and free dorm rooms are available for Frank Phillips Livestock Judging Team members, who, according to the guidelines of the Junior College Coaches Association, must major in Agriculture and must maintain a 2.0 GPA to be eligible.
Frank Phillips College actively recruits livestock judging team students. This is a great opportunity to get an excellent education from FPC, which is ranked as one of the top 30 community colleges in the nation, while learning about the livestock industry.
The Frank Phillips College Livestock Judging Team operates under the guidelines of the Junior College Coaches Association.
For more information about the Frank Phillips College Livestock Judging Team, contact Lane Hale, Ag Instructor/Livestock Judging Team Coach, 806-457-4200 ext. 758 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.