This informative and concise book will change your showmanship career forever. You will finally master your sheep showmanship skills and impress that county fair judge.
Since, you either want to start out showing sheep right without the bad habits or you're sick of searching for information that doesn't help, it's time to get a hold of some proven systems that work.You're probably hearing many different opinions and they all seem to contradict each other. Your 4-H project leaders and FFA advisers are telling you what to do, without telling you how to do it. You want to stand, brace and hold your lamb right, but you don't know how to train him to do it. The judge keeps telling you you're doing something wrong, but you don't know what it is or how to improve.
Show Your Way to the Top is the first and last book you will ever need to master your sheep showmanship skills.
Show Your Way to the Top will teach you how to show correctly the first time, so you don't have to worry about changing bad habits later by:
-Taking you step-by-step through each phase of sheep training so that you will be showing a lamb that CAN impress the judge.
-Teaching you exactly how to structure your practice sessions to get the most out it, every time.
-Focusing in on the three main concerns in the show ring, so that you are not distracted by things that don't matter.
-Making you a master at showing off the views of your lamb, using proven systems of stance, hand hold and style.
If you follow the advice in this book you will master your 4-H and FFA sheep showmanship skills in no time.
What's stopping you from looking like a professional every time you enter the show ring?
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About the Author
Tara comes from a family of twelve children and they all learned the same things at about the same time. It was up to each of them to make the most of the knowledge they had. They all did 4-H, they all raised sheep, and they all wanted to win.
Tara won senior sheep showmanship in 2010 beating her older brothers and the next year her little brother came in and beat her. Tara says, "It can be tough competing against your siblings, but it motivated us all to work harder"
Tara won a total of six showmanship classes in sheep, six in poultry, three in swine, three in market goat, three in dog, and two in horse. She also won twice in Large Animal Master Showmanship and twice in Small Animal Master Showmanship. In her entire show career, she has won a total of 27 showmanship classes.
Today she is a 4-H co-resource leader, swine project leader, poultry avian bowl coach; and she still trains and shows livestock. Tara loves to teach, write, and work with youth. She is nineteen years old and wants to spend the rest of her life writing books and working with livestock.