Magee joins Roundup
The Wyoming Livestock Roundup is pleased to announce Cameron Magee has joined the team as an intern. Magee is a current student at Casper College, studying agriculture communications and animal science.
Magee developed a love for the agriculture industry very early, growing up on her family’s hay farm near Glenrock. For as long as she can remember, there have always been fields to irrigate and endless fences to fix.
Magee also has a small flock of commercial Hampshire ewes and registered Southdowns, which she artificially inseminates. From these herds, she raises club lambs to show at both her county and state fair.
Additionally, Magee has been actively involved in both 4-H and FFA for many years. She has made many memories and takes pride in many of the lessons she’s learned from her years of showing.
Alongside showing, Magee participated in meats evaluation, livestock judging and public speaking. She represented Natrona County 4-H and Casper FFA at the local, state and national level several times for both meat and livestock judging. Earlier this spring, Magee retired from serving the Wyoming FFA Association as the 2020-2021 State President. Magee credits these youth organizations for instilling in her a deeper passion and love for the agriculture industry.
Magee shares, she loves being an advocate for agriculture, but without knowledge, there is little to share with others.
“I cannot wait for all the opportunities the Wyoming Livestock Roundup will provide, all while learning so much more about Wyoming agriculture,” Magee said. “I am so excited to intern this summer for the Roundup.”