Show Arena Events
Mon., July 29
Pigs need to meet a certain weight in order to compete. Class winner receive ribbons and prizes. The pigs are auctioned off during the livestock sale.
Tues., July 30
Our largest horses and ponies compete for championship awards in halter classes. See these beautiful horses in the Draft Horse and Pony Barn.
Wed., July 31
This culminates a year long Jr. Fair project. Young showmen and women exhibit their animals to be used in their future beef breeding programs.
Thurs., Aug. 1
The market and non-dairy goats are raised as a Jr. Fair project and compete for prizes during the fair. Many will be auctioned off at the livestock sale.
Sat., Aug. 3
Steers, goats and sheep are auctioned. All sale proceeds are returned to the member who raised and showed these animals.
One of the most popular Jr. Fair projects is the market and breeding sheep project. Members to showcase their projects and compete for prizes.
These animals are raised by our Jr. Fair members for the purpose of marketing them. The market beef are auctioned off during the livestock auction.
Come see these well trained dogs compete through an agility course. You'll be amazed at their speed, balance and love for what they do.
Tues., July 30 at 8:30 AM
Fri., Aug 2 at 1:00 PM
Several breeds of beef cattle from Angus, and Herefords to Limousines and commercial cattle compete for Supreme Champion honors.
Wed., July 31, 8:30 AM
Fri., Aug. 2, 8:30 AM
Exhibitors compete for prizes. Dairy breeds shown: Holsteins, Ayrshires, Guernseys, Brown Swiss, Jerseys and Milking Shorthorns.
The dairy beef show features dairy cattle raised for marketing. Jr. Fair members work for several months raising their animals to show and sell.
Fri., Aug. 2
These animals are raised and shown by Jr. Fair members. Money raised goes to exhibitors as a culmination of their summer Jr. Fair projects.
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