Contact InfoSan Antonio, Texas
BiographyCollin Osbourn, originally from Llano, Texas, is a member of one of Texas's most highly regarded agricultural families, known for their strong commitment to junior livestock programs such as 4-H and FFA. Osbourn contributes to the Osbourn family farm, breeders of Southdown sheep and commercial cattle. Osbourn received his backelor's in animal science in 2001 from Texas A&M University. At A&M, he followed in his father and sister's footsteps as a member of the 2000 TAMU Livestock Juding Team. Among his many honors at A&M, Osbourn was selected as one of ten students in the United States to be a member of the All-American Livestock Judging Team in 2000. He was employed for three years as an undergraduate assistant in the meat science section and an active member of the Saddle and Sirloin Club. After completing his intercollegiate judging career in 2000, he has quickly become a sought-after judge for junior sheep shows and showmanship competitions. Osbourn believes that being a good showman is crucial for exhibitors to find success in the junior club lamb programs today. As a judge,he tries to encourage young people to develop their skills in animal science and take an active role in the agricultural industry.
EducationB.S. - Texas A&M University