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A Burleson Centennial FFA student was all smiles Friday morning after winning grand champion for her horses in both gelding and mare divisions.

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For the sixth time in a row, Mikala Grady of Grandview 4-H won grand champion for her steer during the 84th Johnson County Junior Livestock Show and Youth Fair. She also placed reserve.

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Hayden Come of Grandview FFA won grand champion with this lamb, with James “Wyatt” Key of Grandview FFA winning reserve champion.

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Ten students were among the winners of the ag mechanics show on Tuesday during the 2020 Johnson County Junior Livestock Show and Youth Fair.

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Decara Hemsath of Friendship 4-H won grand champion in the breeding rabbits show, with Payton Kvalheim of Community 4-H winning reserve champion. Jacob Dodgen of Burleson Centennial FFA won grand champion in the market fryer show, with Hemsath winning reserve champion. 

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Winners include Rachel White of Friendship 4-H and Burleson Centennial FFA as queen; Hayden Come of Grandview FFA and 4-H as ambassador; Molly Hicks of Joshua FFA as queen runner-up; and Justin Crumpton of Alvarado FFA as ambassador runner-up.

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Grandview’s Mikala Grady was all smiles at Saturday’s Johnson County Livestock and Youth Fair Sale of Champions, from which she walked away $20,000 richer.

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Three of the four grand and reserve champions in Friday’s horse show at the Johnson County Sheriff’s Posse are members of the Joshua FFA.

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The week was winding down at the Johnson County Junior Livestock Show and Youth Fair on Thursday, but students in the lamb show were pumped and ready to show their animals.

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For the fifth time in a row, Mikala Grady of Grandview 4-H won grand champion for her steer during the 83rd Johnson County Junior Livestock Show and Youth Fair. She also placed reserve.

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Year after year, a girl from Friendship 4-H has entered the goat ring during the annual Johnson County Livestock and Youth Fair, hoping to one day become the grand champion.

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The temperature went down a little bit, but that didn’t stop Johnson County FFA and 4-H students from showing their best animals at the swine show on Wednesday during the Johnson County Junior Livestock Show and Youth Fair. 

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From perfect symmetry to teeth that don’t overlap, judging the rabbit show on Tuesday during the 83rd annual Johnson County Livestock Show and Youth Fair was tough.

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After a week of hard work from students, teachers and parents alike, the 82nd annual Johnson County Junior Livestock Show and Youth Fair came to a close on Saturday with the Sale of Champions at the Cleburne Conference Center.

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The week was winding down at the Johnson County Junior Livestock Show and Youth Fair as the last show was held Thursday night, but students in the lamb show were pumped and ready to show their animals.

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For the most part, Mikala Grady of Grandview 4-H keeps a serious face in the show ring, but every once in awhile you can catch a glimpse of a smile trying to break through.

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Brecken Shipman of Grandview 4-H was all smiles Wednesday night when he was named grand champion for his heifer during the 82nd annual Johnson County Junior Livestock Show and Youth Fair.

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While most pigs in the 82nd annual Johnson County Livestock Show and Youth Fair on Wednesday had impeccable features, there were two amongst the pen found to be nearly perfect.

From creative cakes to photos of scenic Johnson County, youth from around the county had much to enter in the 82nd annual Johnson County Livestock Show and Youth Fair.

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Unlike the foggy and frigid weather of years past, the 82nd annual Johnson County Junior Livestock Show and Youth Fair kicked off Monday with pleasant temperatures and zero precipitation.

Exhibitors and guests traded layers of thermal long-johns and protective cold weather gear for a comfortable pair of jeans and button-up shirts as they prepared to open to show with broiler and turkey judging.

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Judging the rabbit show on Tuesday during the 82nd annual Johnson County Livestock Show and Youth Fair was tough, but in the end the grand and reserve champions won by a hare.

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Stepping into the judging ring, more than 1,100 young exhibitors from throughout the county will participate in the 82nd annual Johnson County Junior Livestock Show and Youth Fair.

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Mikala Grady of Grandview 4-H has added another state to her list of where she’s won grand champion for showing steer or swine in livestock shows.

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Students young and old have raised their livestock and perfected their projects over the last year for the upcoming 2018 Johnson County Junior Livestock Show and Youth Fair. 

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After receiving his Spirit of 4-H award, Tanner Tilton celebrated a little and then went to hug people he felt helped him achieve everything he did this year and in the years he’s been a part of Johnson County 4-H.

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This week’s Texas FFA Convention is a bit more exciting for the 14-member Cleburne delegation in attendance, with one of their own running for state president.

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After participating in the Johnson County Junior Livestock Show and Youth Fair last month, students participating in the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo have taken home big awards.

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Of the 57 steers entered in Thursday night’s 81st annual Johnson County Junior Livestock Show and Youth Fair, there were two judge Tyler Norvell found that transcended the rest.

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The week was winding down at the Johnson County Junior Livestock Show and Youth Fair, but students in the lamb show were pumped and ready to show their animals on Thursday.

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