Stock Show Christmas Wish List for Guys

We are excited to introduce our fifth 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. Livestock Judging Notebook – $33 –  We love these livestock judging notebooks from Stock Show Boutique. They come in […]

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9 Tips for Winter Jackpot Shows

The winter jackpot show season is around the corner, which means it is time to break out the new prospect show string. Blaine Rodgers, BioZyme® Area Sales Manager, stresses that your biggest advantage will come from the details and hours of preparation in the barn. “In my opinion, with all new equipment, great fitting help […]

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Mark Your Card: Angus Bred Heifers

Angus Bred Heifers Official Results Results provided by the University of Illinois Livestock Judging Team 4-3-1-2 Cuts: 2-6-3 4312 is how I like the Angus bred heifers Even though there’s a pair of sounder structured, deeper bodied brood cow prospects who both uphold the breed’s claim to true maternal character, I found the highest quality most striking […]

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Stock Show Girls Christmas Wish List

We are excited to introduce our fifth annual Stock Show Christmas Wish List! These items are perfect for all the ladies in your life that love the stock show lifestyle. 1. Goat Cookie Cutter – $2.99 – As you are baking all of those Christmas cookies, bring a little stock show life into the kitchen […]

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Stock Show Family Christmas Wish List

We are excited to introduce our fifth 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. 1. Sure Champ Baseball Hat – $13 – They will see you coming in our new bright orange, […]

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How the VFD Affects Livestock Exhibitors

VFD. Have you heard this term yet? VFD stands for the Veterinary Feed Directive and it is going to have a big impact on how you feed your show animals in 2017. Beginning January 1, 2017 the use of medically important antibiotics in feed or water will fall under the supervision of licensed veterinarians. In […]

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