How to Blow Dry Your Show Calf

Hair coat and quality play a large role in making your calf stand out in the show ring. Training the hair on your calf is extremely important and requires daily work. After you’ve rinsed your calf, you’ll need to blow it dry to encourage hair growth and train the hair to work in the proper […]

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In Their Showbox: Nick Gardner

Nick Gardner manages three showboxes in his livestock barn in Washington, Pennsylvania. He’s shown pigs, sheep, goats and cattle since he was 7 years old, and he depends on certain products and equipment for each species. His sheep and goats, his two favorite species to show, share a showbox. Here are a few of the products […]

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Summer Tops Worthy of the Show Ring

With temperatures rising and our need to be more fashion forward in the ring, we have compiled a few tops worthy of the show ring. All of these cute tops are also comfortable and cool and offer plenty of room to move around. Pair any of our below favs with your favorite pair of jeans, show shoes and we’ll […]

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Mark That Card: Shorthorn Heifer Results

Shorthorn Heifer Official Results Provided by, Coach Chris Cassady, Iowa State University 3-4-1-2 Cuts: 2-6-3 I placed the Shorthorn heifers 3-4-1-2. I think there’s a high-quality pair of females that need to sort up, who both bring forth a maternal, brood-cow look needed for longevity. Subtle differences sort the pair, and I like the added look and freshness in […]

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How to Rinse Your Calf

Working to ensure your calf as healthy skin and hair will make your animal appear fresher and make fitting your calf easier, helping you get ahead of the competition on show day. To accomplish this goal I suggest rinsing your calf daily. We refer to rinsing as the act of getting your calf wet and […]

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Show Pig Skin Care Light vs. Dark

Skin and hair is only one part of being sure your animal looks maxed out and one hundred percent on show day. At the same time, it is one of the most important factors when it comes time to “look like a winner.” Your pig having a fresh look depends on many physical characteristics from a […]

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