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Junior Market Steer Show

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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.