Contact InfoMena, Arkansas
BiographyBryan Maye was raised in Haworth, Oklahoma where he participated in many aspects of agriculture. He made the comment that rodeo and livestock shows were his life when he was young. He roped calves, trained horses, exhibited market hogs, and participated in FFA livestock judging. In 1983 he went to Southern Arkansas University in Magnolia on a rodeo and livestock judging scholarship. He received his B.S. in Agricultural Education from SAU and completed his M.S. in Agriculture at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville.
He began his teaching career in Hatville, Arkansas in 1988. Since 1997 he has conducted a three-day show lamb clinic during the month of June. The victory Lamb Clinic teaches selection, health, nutrition, exercise, grooming, and hands-on show technique.
He is married to Vicky, and has three children, Lauren, Megan, and Chism. The Mayes own a small flock of club lamb-producing ewes.
Bryan has judged lambs across the nation. He feels that the junior livestock program is a great tool in teaching many life skills to young people. "I'm honored and I am looking forward to judging at the Belt Buckle Bonanza lamb show." Bryan said. "I will strive to place and describe the animals to the best of my ability, but more importantly, to be a positive influence to the junior exhibitors."
EducationB.S. - Sothern Arkansas University
M.S. - University of Arkansas