Southeast Bulloch High School was the site over the weekend for a Clipping and Fitting Clinic for FFA and 4-H students, and National Ambassador and Educator Kirk Stierwalt, from Leedey, Okla., led the three-day clinic.  A total of 47 attended the event, 26 of which were FFA and 4-H students from 10 counties across Georgia and one participant from Florida. “I love kids and letting them learn hands-on,” said organizer and Dixie Charm Farms owner Kristina Gantt. “This is our third year hosting the clinic, and the kids learn how to clip their own cows for showing.” Stierwalt, who has a ranch with 200 cows in western Oklahoma, grew up showing livestock as a child, and raised his kids to do the same. A leader in the industry, Stierwalt has spent 32 years traveling around the country teaching youngsters about cattle. Also a Cattle Product Ambassador for Purina Mills, Stierwalt promotes animal health through nutrition and represents the company across the United States and abroad.  “I’m thankful that I get to do what I do. I give kids the guidelines to go by and let them work from there, get them headed in the right direction and let them grow,”...