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At contest in Scotland, trio of seasoned young livestock judges find new perspective

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Posted: Saturday, July 30, 2011 7:42 am

KEARNEY — A Buffalo County 4-H livestock judging team competing this summer at Scotland’s Royal Highland Show evaluated cattle that seemed to come from a different era.

Travis Line of Miller said even the breeds the United States and Scotland have in common, Angus, Charolais and Limousin, were different, not to mention the Scottish Blonde D’Aquitaines. “What they care about there is more pounds of meat,” Line said, at a time when U.S. breeders like his family strive for marbling, not just muscle.

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