Stock Show Christmas Wish List for the Family

We are excited to introduce our sixth annual Stock Show Christmas Wish List! Be sure to include these items in your letter to Santa and hopefully they will find their way under your tree on Christmas morning. Before the Banner :: The Complete Guide to Show Cattle – $49.99 Are you looking for the inside scoop […]

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Stock Show Christmas Wish List for Women

We are excited to introduce our sixth annual Stock Show Christmas Wish List! Be sure to include these items in your letter to Santa and hopefully they will find their way under your tree on Christmas morning. Cowhide Magnets :: Burlap Bovine – $9 each or 3 for $25 Bring the cowherd inside with these cowhide […]

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Stock Show Christmas Wish List for Guys

We are excited to introduce our sixth annual Stock Show Christmas Wish List! Be sure to include these items in your letter to Santa and hopefully they will find their way under your tree on Christmas morning. Stock Show Motto Tumbler :: Stock Show Boutique – $42.99-$52.99 The perfect stainless steel tumbler to keep hot drinks hot […]

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Mark That Card: Angus Heifer Results

Thank you to the J&J Cattle for providing the class and to Blake Bloomberg of Oklahoma State University and the 2017 National Champion Sr. College Livestock Judging Team for providing the official placings and reasons. To view more livestock judging classes click here. Placing: 1-3-2-4 Cuts: 2-5-3 1324 is how I like the Angus heifers. There’s a tremendous amount […]

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Get their Gut Right: Keeping Lambs Healthy Prior to Show Season

As a new show season approaches it’s time to think about keeping those lambs in maximum shape. Their health is your top priority, and to keep them healthy and eating, you need to focus on keeping their gut in shape. Two seasoned lamb exhibitors agree that keeping lambs eating and healthy starts with clean, fresh […]

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How to Get Pigs Started on Feed

Getting your show pig off to a good start is one of the most important aspects for feeders to consider. We call this phase of the project the “receiving” phase. This is one of the most stressful times in a show pig’s life and steps need to be taken to ensure that this transition from […]

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