4-6 p.m. Youth Fair entries accepted
8 p.m. All ag mechanics projects in place
8 a.m. Gates open
8 a.m. to noon Youth Fair entries accepted
1-5:30 p.m. Youth Fair judging
1 p.m. Rabbits in place and weigh-in
2 p.m. Ag mechanics judging
All animals must be in place but poultry
Weigh steers, goats and measure dairy heifers
Sign in beef heifers with superintendent
3 p.m. Breeding rabbits show followed by market rabbits show
4 p.m. Weigh swine
5:30 p.m. Youth Fair auction participants posted
5:30-8 p.m. Youth Fair open to public
6 p.m. Weigh and classify lambs
7 p.m. Dairy cattle show
Conclusion of rabbit show
Release of rabbits
7:30 a.m. Breeding meat and market goats show
1 p.m. Market lamb show followed by breeding sheep show
6 p.m. Market steer show
Conclusion of breeding sheep and breeding goat show
Release of breeding sheep and breeding goat
6-8:30 a.m. Poultry and turkeys arrive
7:30 a.m. Market Hog show
9 a.m. Poultry and turkeys show
3 p.m. Beef heifer show
4-8 p.m. Release of nonsale market animals
6-6:30 p.m. Conclusion of beef heifer show
Release of all heifers
11 a.m. 4-H sponsored barbecue
12:30 p.m. Scholarship presentations, youth fair and ag mechanics
1 p.m. Market animal sale
Release all remaining livestock
Release ag mechanics projects
- Junior Livestock Show and Youth Fair
JCLAA sweepstakes winners announced
Ten 4-H and FFA members were announced the winners of this year’s Johnson County Livestock and Agriculture Association sweepstakes certificates.
Lillian 4-H’er places in the top 10 with five youth fair entries
Senior Mary House knows her stuff. She’s been participating in the Johnson County Junior Livestock Show and Youth Fair since she was in about third grade.
You can stretch your grocery dollars and eat healthy, too
Concern about the cost of a healthy diet being out of reach remains on the minds of many Americans as the nation continues to work through serious economic woes. However, according to an Agriculture Department study, the cost of eating healthy hasn’t changed as much as some less-healthy alternatives.
West dairy farming tradition continues with grandson Worlow
The hardest part of being the grandson of a dairy farming legend is having “big shoes to fill,” Cleburne High freshman Winston Worlow said.
Khylie Hunt likes pigs. Especially her pig, Bojo, that she shows today at the Johnson County Junior Livestock Show.
Welding trailer an ag mechanics hit for Cleburne’s Rauer
Cleburne senior Colby Rauer knew he had a worthy ag mechanics metal works project. His ag science teacher, Barney McClure, already wanted to buy it.
Turkeys ... broilers ... it’s all the same to the Poultry Capital of Johnson County.
- Set up and ready to go
Johnson County Junior Livestock Show and Youth Fair schedule
The Johnson County Junior Livestock Show and Youth Fair is taking place through Saturday. All events will be held at the Johnson County Sheriff’s Posse grounds.
Godley ag student worked hard for his money at SA
In the time-honored tradition of show business, Dustin Kirkpatrick worked hard for his money.
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