Meet your 2019 NWSS prospect steer judge!
Dustin Frank grew up on a family farm in the front range of Colorado near Johnstown, that specializes in growing silage corn, sugar beets, and alfalfa. During his younger years he was actively involved in 4-H and that passion guided him to the livestock judging teams at both Coffeyville Community College and Colorado State University. He had a successful collegiate carrier that included many top 10 awards, and was highlighted by being the 3rd high individual at the NWSS. He now lives in Chappell NE, where manages an expansion of the family operation. His role is mostly focused on the development of their seed stock Angus and Red angus cow herds. He enjoys spending his time at home on the ranch with his new wife Kendra and their two Golden Retrievers Conway and Copper.