Potomac State Ag Students Helped With Recent Bull Sale

Potomac State College agriculture students recently helped work the 50th Annual West Virginia “Total Performance” Bull Sale, held on the WVU Reymann Memorial Farm, in Wardensville, W.Va. Following are photographs from the event. 

Potomac State Ag Students Helped With Recent Bull Sale

 Jesseca Walker, a sophomore majoring in animal science, helped register attendees for the auction. 


Potomac State Ag Students Helped With Recent Bull Sale

Kindra Carr, a sophomore, seated, and Lainey Smith, a freshman, both agriculture and environmental education majors, helped register guests for the bull sale.


Potomac State Ag Students Helped With Recent Bull Sale

Assessing the bulls prior to the sale were from left, Jennifer Orlikoff, WVU/PSC President; Andy Walker, PSC Upper Farm Manager/Academic Lab Coordinator; and PSC Freshman Jonathan Riggleman, an agriculture technology major.


Potomac State Ag Students Helped With Recent Bull Sale

Agriculture runs in the family. Pictured is Andy Walker, PSC Upper Farm Manager/Academic Lab Coordinator with his daughter, Jesseca, a freshman majoring in animal science at PSC.


Potomac State Ag Students Helped With Recent Bull Sale

Assisting with corralling the bulls for the sale were PSC students from left: Jesseca Walker, Lainey Smith and Kindra Carr. 


Potomac State Ag Students Helped With Recent Bull Sale

Attending the bull sale from left: Kent Leonhardt, W.Va. Department of Agriculture Commissioner; Daniel Robison, WVU Dean of Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design; Jerry Yates, WVU Reymann Memorial Farm Manager; and Jennifer Orlikoff, WVU/PSC President