The unexpected judge

Corson Kerbs steps in at the steer show


Erik Gantt

Corson Kerbs, left, inspects a steer during the Carbon County Fair in August. Kerbs stepped in as the judge, when the beef judge failed to show up.

When the scheduled judge for the steer show at the Carbon County fair did not show the organizers were lucky to have Corson Kerbs back in the pens.

Corson, now 22, showed at the fair from age 8 to 20 when he left for Butler Community College. Corson followed in his sister Kaylee's footsteps, and the pair were competitive at fair throughout the 2000s. Back in his youth Corson said he won three steer shows and a couple of market lamb shows at the Carbon County Fair.

Coroson is back from school and working with his father, Kip, on the Kerbs 4 Bar ranch, while Kaylee moved out of state. "Now sh...

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