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Pfizer, Bear River Vet donates to junior livestock program

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 22nd, 2013


4-H members pictured are: (back) Alec Silva, Austin Groll, Dr. Glen Hallows of Bear River Vet, Ellen Peart, Reganne Lloyd; and (front) Flynt Siva and Kyler Wilson. Courtesy photo
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RANDOLPH, Utah — Each year, Pfizer donates a percentage of sales in Rich County to the Rich County junior livestock program.

“We would like to express out thanks to Pfizer Animal Health and Bear River Vet Clinic for their donations,” said Darrell Rothisberger of the Utah State University Rich County Extension Office, “and everything they do for us to make our 4-H program possible.” 

The Rich County junior livestock program provides an opportunity for 4-H and FFA youth to raise and sell a market beef, lamb, hog or a commercial dairy heifer at the Rich County Fair Junior Livestock Auction, and because of the efforts of these donations it makes the projects possible.











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