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Junior Heifer Show

Livestock Events




Livestock Events – Junior Heifer & Steer Rules 2023


Judge Show A – Collin Welper

Judge Show B – Shane Jennings

Superintendent – J A Killabrew


Heifer Show A & B Sunday, September 10, 2023, 9:00am, followed by Steer Show A & B


  • Livestock Events General Rules & Regulations apply to these shows.
  • There will be two shows, Show A & Show B.
  • Exhibitors wishing to participate in Show B must be registered in Show A.
  • Exhibitors will show in Show A, move to the holding area for Show B.
  • Exhibitors with multiple entries in one class refer to the General Rules.
  • All Entries are non-refundable.
  • Heifers & Steers will be stalled on 2 inches of sand. Exhibitors can use pelleted bedding.
  • No wood shavings are allowed.
  • Show order will be as follows:
  • Heifers - Progress Steers - Prospect Steers - Scholarship Award - Showmanship
  • Heifer Breeds will be shown in the following order:

ABC                            Brangus              Limousin                  Santa Gertrudis

All Other Breeds         Charolais            Maine-Anjou            Shorthorn

Angus                         Chianina             Polled-Hereford        Simbra

Brahman                     Hereford             Red Angus               Simmental

  • Steer Breeds will be shown in the following order:


Amer. Breed Cross      Hereford     Santa Gertrudis        Black Cross

Angus      Limousin     Shorthorn    Red Cross

Brahman    Maine Anjou      Simbrah                    Other Cross

Brangus    Polled Hereford Simmental

Charolais       Red Angus

  • Heifers
  • Heifer show is a Fitted Show
  • Heifer papers must be checked upon arrival or will not be in the show.
  • Heifers must be registered in the name of the exhibitor 30 days prior to the show.
  • Heifers will be shown by breed and age if numbers permit.
  • Six animals are required to have more than one class.
  • Heifers over 24 months of age as of October 1, 2021 are ineligible.
  • Steers
  • Steer show is a Fitted Show
  • Steers arriving at the show without an Official Texas Validation Ear tag or the State Validation form will not be eligible to show.
  • After weigh-ins steers will be split into two divisions
  • Progress Steers – 1000 lbs. & over and will be shown as British, American or Exotic.                       Prospect Steers – 999 lbs. and under.
  • If a re-weigh is requested, the scales will be zeroed, then animal will be re-weigh.
  • Classes for each breed will be broken by weight into equal numbers as close as possible.

After Superintendent has posted the classes, the exhibitor has (1) hour to notify the office of any corrections.