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Youth from 4-H, FFA and Grange clubs enter their hand-raised animals in the Junior Livestock Auction. Animals include beef, sheep, goats, hogs, small animals & poultry.


4-H logo

4-H stands for Head, Heart, Hands and Health and is a non-profit youth organization that teaches leadership and life skills through extracurricular projects focused on citizenship, healthy living and science. Founded in the early 1900s, 4-H is now the nation’s largest youth development organization, reaching more than 6 million youth worldwide. Through the years the program has expanded beyond agriculture to serve rural, urban and suburban communities across the USA for youth 5-18 years old. Traditional 4-H attire is all white with a green scarf or tie. Awards and membership years embellish the green felt hat.
FFA logo

Originally founded in 1928 as the Future Farmers of America, the National FFA Organization has expanded its focus beyond farming to include ag-related industries like science and education. FFA members range from 12-21 in age, with many members taking part through high school agriculture departments allowing for animals to be raised on campus under the guidance of the ag instructor who often attends the annual livestock show and action in support of students. FFA exhibitors wear navy blue corduroy jackets with their high school town embroidered as well as white pants.
Grange logo

The National Grange was formed in the late 1800s and encourages families to work together with roots based in agriculture. Faith, hope, charity, and fidelity are the basic lessons within the program. The Junior Grange program is for children age 4-13, and Grange Youth is for members age 14-35. Meetings are held within the communities and they offer many programs for youth. Grange members wear blue jeans, a white shirt and their traditional red vest.
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