Events are open to 4-H and FFA members showing livestock, unless otherwise noted. See links below for additional information.
July 3, 2015, Braymer Junior Livestock Show, Tait Park, Braymer, MO. Classes open to all youth under the age of 21 year of age. For more information contact Shawn Coats, 660-484-3486, 660-646-9453, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Swine enter 8 am
- Swine Show 9 am
- All breeds, crossbred gilts & barrows
- Beef enter 12:30 pm
- Beef Show, 1:30 or 30 minutes following the swine show
- Goat Show, enter 3 pm
- Goat Show, 4 pm
- Sheep Show, enter 5 pm
- Sheep Show, 5 pm or following goat show
July 8, 2015, Sullivan County 4-H & FFA Fair, American Legion Grounds, Milan, MO. All livestock & small animal competitions are open to any 4-H or FFA member in good standing in State of Missouri. For more information go to Sullivan County Extension. Fair books will be after June 1, 2015, go to Sullivan County Extension at http://extension.missouri.edu/sullivan. or 660-265-4541.
Wednesday, July 8, 2015
- 4-H & FFA Dog Show Registration, 9 am
- 4-H FFA Dog Show, 10 am
July 11, 2015, Dog Show #1, Columbia Canine Sports Center, 4506 I 70 Dr. Se., Columbia, MO 65201. Open to any 4-H/FFA member, 8 am. Obedience, Rally Obedience and Agility. For more information on rules and classes go to: http://extension.missouri.edu/boone/fair.aspx
July 13, 2015, Ray County Fair, Ray County Fair Grounds, 1015 W. Royle St., Richmond, MO Monday, June 13, 2015, Sheep Show, 8 am, Goat Show, 10 am. Dog Show, 6 pm. For more information contact the Ray County Extension Office, 816-776-6961 or email@example.com
July 22, 2015, Dog Show # 2, Boone County Fair Grounds, 5212 N. Oakland Gravel Rd., Columbia,Mo 65202, Open to any 4-H/FFA member, 7 pm. Showmanship, Nose Work, Costume Contest, Family Pet Class and Tricks. For more information on rules and classes go to: http://extension.missouri.edu/boone/fair.aspx
July 25, 2015, Northeast Regional 4-H/FFA Dog Show, Browning Park, Browning MO. Registration 8 am, Show 9 am. Any questions call Amy Hoerrmann, 660-734-1897.