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A teenage girl looks on as a doctor explains a chart in his hands. Tommy Cobb of Starkville, Mississippi, is mentoring a 2016 Rural Medical Scholars Program participant, Laura Olive of Summit, Mississippi. She is currently a pre-med student at Mississippi State University. Several ripe persimmons hang from tree branches surrounded by green leaves. Persimmon trees produce forage that deer and other wildlife enjoy. February is a perfect time of year for planting these trees to supplement the diets of future wildlife generations. A young man kneels next to his goat at the Dixie National Sale of Junior Champions.
Tyler Branch, a 4-H member in Holmes County, earned one of 43 spots in the 2018 Dixie National Sale of Junior Champions with his goat Cosmo on Feb. Branch also was awarded a scholarship for the meat goat premiere exhibitor contest he won during the weeklong livestock events. Upright stems of a low-lying chartreuse plant sprout from a landscape bed. Sedums, also called stonecrop, are typically a grayish-green, but lemon sedum varieties have yellow to chartreuse foliage. An assortment of green, orange, and red vegetables are arranged in a heart shape.