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Cronk hopes goat project leads to long-term business

 

February 24, 2022

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Show time • Levi Cronk, of Page, sets a goat during the Holt County 4-H Goat Show. Cronk's herd of 20 goats is the focus of his FFA supervised agricultural experience.

A trip to the Verdigre Stockyards turned into an FFA district championship, years later, for Summerland student Levi Cronk, of Page.

Cronk said, "I ended up walking out of the sale barn with two new boer goats."

The rest, as the saying goes, is history.

Now, Cronk owns a herd of 20-plus goats.

"That is not including the new kids, or baby goats, I've had this year," he said.

Earlier this year, Cronk's goat production entrepreneurship project received first gold and district champion.

His supervised agricultural experience will advance to state judging, Saturday. If Cronk's project finishes i...



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