%E2%80%9CFor+market+steers+there+are+different+classes%2C+one+is+halter+calfs%2C+I+have+two+of+those+and+I+also+have+six+advanced+feeder+pens+this+year%2C+and+the+entire+goal+of+those+is+to+get+those+to+weigh+as+much+as+possible.+I%E2%80%99m+planning+on+being+an+agricultural+engineer%2C+so+that+I+can+help+farmers.%E2%80%9D+-Logan+Pfannebecker+%2719

“For market steers there are different classes, one is halter calfs, I have two of those and I also have six advanced feeder pens this year, and the entire goal of those is to get those to weigh as much as possible. I’m planning on being an agricultural engineer, so that I can help farmers.” -Logan Pfannebecker ’19

Logan Pfannebecker ’19

“For market steers there are different classes, one is halter calfs, I have two of those and I also have six advanced feeder pens this year, and the entire goal of those is to get those to weigh as much as possible. I’m planning on being an agricultural engineer, so that I can help farmers.” -Logan Pfannebecker '19

“For market steers there are different classes, one is halter calfs, I have two of those and I also have six advanced feeder pens this year, and the entire goal of those is to get those to weigh as much as possible. I’m planning on being an agricultural engineer, so that I can help farmers.” -Logan Pfannebecker ’19

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