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Contents 4-H & FFA 4 • Poteau FFA

Results 32 • Summer Breakout Show

8 • Elgin FFA Officers Plan for New School Year

32 • Kellyville Show

14 • Woodward FFA’s New Officer Team

34 • Woodward Summer Classic

18 • FFA Affected by COVID-19

41 • Washington County Fair Sheep Show

40 • Stigler FFA Elects Officer Team and Celebrates at Back to School Bash 42 • Konawa 4-H Volunteers at Humane Society

Every Issue 3 • Editorial 20 • Hook N Chase: Toilet Paper and Lures

Feature Stories 36 • McPeak, Ray of Sunshine in “Sunshine State”

24 • Trenton’s Post 28 • Puzzle: Livestock Youth Development 30 • Coloring Page

Miscellaneous 12 • Agriculture Youth Council Meet for First Time

Ad Index

43 • Breeders’ Directory

BACK COVER CALENDAR

4-H and FFA Reporters! Send us your stories and photos!

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ESSENTIAL NUTRITION, INSIDE FRONT COVER

PERFECT TIMING PIG SALE, 31

AG YOUTH SUBSCRIBE, 29

FALL UPGRADE PLUS DYNAMIC DIVAS, 25

PFEIFFER GOATS, 48 SHOWRITE, 16-17

B-5 ENTERPRISE,18

FARM CREDIT OF WESTERN OKLAHOMA, 7

BARNEY CATTLE CO, 13

HOLY SMOKE PIG SALE, 37

BLUE AND GOLD SAUSAGE CO, 39

K&P SHARPENING,14

ANDY PFEIFFER SHOW PIG SALE, 37

KENNEDY VENTURE MARKETING, 40

PURINA, 23 SOUTHERN OKLAHOMA GOAT BREEDERS ASSOC., 6 STOCK SHOW SECRETS, 2627

CHAMPIONS TRIBUTE GOAT AND LAMB SALES, 38

LOVELESS FAMILY FARM, 9

WERM FLOORING SYSTEMS, 19

MARTINDALE FEED MILL, 11

WINNERS EDGE, 6

CIMARRON NUTRITION, 12

OKIE THROWDOWN PIG SALE, 37

WYNDHAM GARDEN HOTEL OKC AIRPORT, INSIDE BACK COVER

BOX INC, 8

CSTK CUSTOM TRAILERS, 5 D&D TEXAS OUTFITTERS, 33 DOUBLE D PANELS, 10 EMBASSY SUITES OKLAHOMA CITY NORTHWEST, 16 Page 2 - September 2020

OKLAHOMA YOUTH MEAT GOAT ASSOCIATION, 14 ONE MOORE EMBROIDERY,14 OUTBACK LABORATORIES, 22

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Editorial

I hope all are well. This isn’t our fall fair norm, but the stock

show industry will survive! Be Smart! Be Patient! Be Respect-

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ful!! Thanks to folks that are trying to provide us with shows. In the words of Tyler Norvell, OYE, “The 2021 OYE will happen.” As I watch events unfold over the past few months, I am so impressed with our advertisers and how committed they are to the youth by sponsoring virtual shows, contests, etc., and keeping a positive attitude out front for the kids. I have to admit. The OSU Field Days is an annual event the revitalizes our Ag Youth staff. We’ve covered that event since 1988. Seeing those thousands of young people, ag teachers, extension educators, parents and volunteers in the Totusek Arena gives one a sense of deep pride in our agricultural youth industry. As we ease into the fall show season, we will quickly be up to full speed. Our first big event is the Grand Drive in Kansas and then on to the EYO in Duncan. The Ag Youth cameras will be focusing on those hard-working ag kids with their stock show looks and genuine smiles. Our photos are always free to download and our subscriptions are just $10/year until Oct. 15th. This is for new subscribers, subscribers needing to renew or if you just want to extend your current subscription a few more years. Looking forward to seeing everyone this fall! See you down the road! agyouth.com

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Publisher: Larry Peck 580-445-1360 Editor: Mary Peck Field Rep: Blake Kennedy 580-393-1080 Field Rep: Monte Womack 580-286-8055 P.O. Box 339, Sentinel, OK 73664

580-445-1360 peck@agyouth.com; agyouth.com Ag Youth is published seven times per year January/February, March, April/ May, Summer Edition, September, October, November/December by Ag Youth, LLC, P.O. Box 339, Sentinel, OK 73664. © 2020 by Ag Youth, LLC. All rights reserved. Subscriptions: $25 for one year. $40 for two years. Standard postage paid at Sentinel, OK. Advertisements: Full page, $485; 2/3 page, $410; 1/2 page, $295; 1/3 page, $250; 1/4 page, $215; 1/8 page, $125; 1 column inch, $45. Extra charges and discounts for full color ads and multiple ads. Call to discuss your advertising needs. Postmaster: Send address changes to Ag Youth, P.O. Box 339, Sentinel, OK 73664. Deadline for editorial and advertising copy is the 15th of the month preceding each issue unless otherwise announced. Not responsible for unsolicited materials. Ag Youth reserves the right to edit or refuse any material we feel might be objectionable in content. Ag Youth is not responsible for the content of advertisements. Advertisements appearing in Ag Youth don’t necessarily reflect the views of the owners and staff. September 2020 - Page 3


By Kody Coyle, Poteau FFA While Poteau FFA isn't fortunate enough to have a school farm, we still take every opportunity to have a hands-on learning experience. When my advisor said we would have a chance to help clean up and plant flowers in our community flower beds, I was excited because I believe that a great ag program comes from building your community's support by supporting your community. When Poteau Mainstreet Matters asked for some help beautifying their flowerbeds downtown, Poteau FFA answered the call. I believe service should be a big part of an FFA chapter’s program of activities and I am proud to be able to serve both my community and my chapter!

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By Anniston Baker, Poteau FFA Poteau FFA members made good use of all the free time they had during quarantine this spring! Students zoomed with their ag teacher to learn the basics of planting a pollinator garden. Fifteen members planted and maintained their gardens throughout the summer to try and help the pollinator population by giving them a place stop and collect pollen from some of their favorite native species. In order to maintain social distancing, gardens were planted at the members’ homes giving students a great project-based learning opportunity while also benefiting the environment! Page 4 - September 2020

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Elgin FFA Officers Plan for New School Year

By Sierra Spencer, Elgin FFA Reporter The Elgin FFA Chapter Officer team recently kickedoff the year with their annual officer retreat. While their advisor’s kept the retreat’s location a secret, they were ecstatic to find out that they were staying in the well-known town of Broken Bow, Oklahoma. After arriving at their cabin, they started planning for the upcoming school year by setting their personal and team goals for the year. Their next adventure was in Beavers Bend State Park for a hiking bingo game. The goal of the game was to work in pairs to take pictures with everything on their bingo card, ranging from pine cones to ground dwelling animals. After bingo, it was back to the cabin to talk business and ideas for the upcoming school year. During planning, they took short breaks for team building activities. Each officer was required to bring a team building activity to teach them teamwork and cooperation. “The Elgin FFA Chapter has a long running tradition of getting the job done,” says Shawn Hillary, Elgin FFA president. “With a supportive backing from the administration combined with eager chapter members, I believe we will be able to continue this tradition. While this year will definitely look different, I know that the team has planned an awesome and safe year for our members to enjoy.” Regardless of what challenges arrive this school year, the Elgin FFA officers are committed to ensuring a great experience for the members of the Elgin FFA Chapter. Page 8 - September 2020

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During their first session, the AYC members got to meet Sec. Blayne Arthur, all State Board of Agriculture members, and some ODAFF directors. Later in the day, they listened to Mike Schulte with the Oklahoma Wheat Commission, and heard from Heather Buckmaster Schulte with the Oklahoma Beef Council.

Twenty students from across Oklahoma have been selected to serve on the 2020-2021 Oklahoma Agriculture Youth Council. The council was created by Secretary of Agriculture, Blayne Arthur to develop future agricultural leaders in Oklahoma through professional development, industry exposure and experiential learning. The council consists of upcoming high school seniors interested in learning about and representing the agriculture industry from across the state. “The Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry is extremely proud to invest in the future of Oklahoma agriculture through these young leaders,” said

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Sec. Arthur. “I am excited to see the impact the Agriculture Youth Council has on our industry.” Agriculture Youth Council members include as follows: Abby Bell, Bristow; Averee Murray, Owasso; Blake Skidgel, Pawnee; Braden Burns, Kingfisher; Emma Victery, Chickasha; Ellie Neidel, Moore; Jace James, Altus; Jared Stone, Chandler; Jentri Reamy, Owasso; Justin Stark, Kiefer; Lauren Chaney, Grove; Luke McEndoo, Stillwater; Marlie Farris, Granite; Mason Smith, Elk City; McKinzie McAffery, Vinita; Paike McNeil, Bristow; Raven Smith, Calumet; Samatha Stevens, Wright City; Sydney Williams, Durant; Yareli Martinez, Moore. Council members will serve a year-long term, with approximately seven sessions and multiple volunteer opportunities throughout the year. Sessions will include visits to Oklahoma agricultural companies and organizations, opportunities to learn about the legislative process and job shadows with industry professionals. In addition, students will participate in leadership and professional skill development activities and receive information regarding preparing for college. agyouth.com


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By Emily Beaner, Woodward FFA Reporter On Tuesday, August 4, eight excited Woodward FFA members were interviewed by a committee and placed onto the Woodward FFA Chapter Officer Team for the 20202021 school year. Thank you to Michelle McDonald, Lisa Steadman, and Ingred Meinders for being our committee this year! They had their interviews at Woodward Event Center. We are so excited about this year ahead of us! Congratulations to these kids: President- Ella Moffett Vice President- Conor Winn Secretary- Sofey Burnett Reporter- Emily Beaner Treasurer- Leslie Klassen Sentinel- Josiah Heflin Chaplain- Macie Dunkin Parliamentarian- Lizzie Friend

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By Teagan Charmasson, Shattuck FFA Reporter The Corona Virus has impacted our world in many ways; our economy has been hit hard, and people across the globe are suffering. The FFA organization is not immune to the effects of this pandemic. First to fall was the Oklahoma Youth Expo in March, which had to shut down early, and left many showmen without the opportunity to exhibit their livestock. This was especially heartbreaking for the hundreds of graduating seniors that felt they had missed out on their last chance to ride in the famous limo during the grand drive. OYE later announced that seniors would be eligible to participate in next year’s show, however this may not be possible for many kids that are leaving for college, and will be unable to care for an animal. Shortly after things began to shut down in Oklahoma, we learned that our FFA State Interscholastic contest would be canceled. For Shattuck FFA, this meant no public speakers, no Ag Issues team, no Agriscience Fair, and no CDE competitors. This contest acted as a qualifier for the National FFA Convention in October, so many FFA members were left wondering what that meant for the National Convention? We sadly learned on June 26th that the National Convention would also be canceled and held virtually. State and National FFA summer events would also succumb to the virus. Oklahoma FFA Alumni Leadership camp, and the Washington Leadership Conference both announced earlier this summer that they would have to cancel due to COVID. However, this past week, officials at the state level have announced that Alumni Camp will not only host a virtual camp, but will also be putting on an on-site camp for a reduced number of campers. They will have several precautionary measures in place to ensure campers’ safety, and I know FFA members across the state are so grateful that they will have the chance to attend camp this summer. On the same date as the announcement that canceled the National Convention, we learned that the Oklahoma State Fair would not be held in September. The OK State Fair website announced on Friday that they have canceled, but “look forward to brighter days ahead when we can gather again.” Although the Tulsa State Fair has not yet canceled, they have cut back drastically on events that will take place during the fair, and are implementing a number of safety measures. Again, this comes as a major blow to many students that have already begun work on their various projects. FFA students are looking at a different summer than we expected, but we will come out of this stronger, knowing that none of us are in it alone. Although we are missing out on some of our favorite activities, FFA members across the country are, no doubt, utilizing this time to continue working on their projects. Shattuck FFA is looking forward to those brighter days when we all can gather in the ag room to practice our speeches and study our CDEs. Until then, stay safe, and wash your hands! Page 18 - September 2020

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By Larry W. Peck

At the corner of Hwy 44 and Hwy 55 in Downtown Sentinel, Oklahoma, Washita County, sits a quiet little blue grocery store. The owner is a dear friend of mine, and the service the store provides to the community is so important. We buy all our groceries there because they are the first to support our local show, our FFA and 4-H fundraisers, our school and on and on. But, I will never forget that early spring day after OYE standing in Aisle 2 of the 3 total aisles, half way down on the right, staring at three empty shelves. Since July of 1979, I have mindlessly reached there for the soft, gentle, price-don’t-matter TOILET PAPER! This is bad! Gerald’s Grocery has NO TOILET PAPER! Really! Could the world get any worse? Well, a few weeks later, it did. With a little time on my hands, I decided to start bass fishing early. So, Mary and I ventured out to Lawton on a date. Takeout order from a sandwich shop. Then, a quick trip to Academy to restock my fishing lure supply.

I’m not a fancy plug guy. A Lucky 13 or two, a tiny Torpedo or a couple of packs of short purple and black worms were all I needed. If you think the toilet paper shortage was bad, you are wrong. That’s nothing to seeing fishing supply aisle after aisle completely bare! Empty! Void! Gone! Now…we have a national tragedy. I had to gain my composure; I had to regroup. What was I to do? Then, it hit me. I have several old tackle boxes and a couple of old fishing tubes with plug pockets. I cut our romantic date short, headed for home and started digging for old plugs. A little effort cleaning up the old tackle and I had a nice set of plugs. Wow, that was close! Tragedy avoided. Since then, I’ve prepared for the next world disaster. I’m ready! I’m stocked up on toilet paper, but most of all, I have a four-year supply of fishing tackle. Am I good or what?

This photo is no joke. This is how Gerald’s sold toilet paper during the shortage. Love our small town.

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TRENTON’S POST Hey Guys. It’s me, Trenton. Last time I talked to you was earlier this summer. We talked about all the chickens and new farm animals. By the way, my chickens are like three times bigger and have started laying eggs. I picked up 18 more baby chicks back in July and they are now in their own coop. Getting the coop was an adventure – my dad and I went over four hours away to pick it up. And, played the Slug Bug game the whole way. We saw 20 slug bugs and I won the game. Have you started school? I have started. It is a little bit of change. At my school, we have to get a Clorox wipe when you first walk in to wipe down your table and then sanitize your hands. We switch classes every hour. A bonus is our new playground and it is fun. And, they take our temperature twice a day. We are on week two and it is getting better. It is a lot more fun going to school in person than virtually even though we have to keep our desks six feet apart. I sure missed my school friends! We have new goats in the barn and they are sure cute. My sheep Chocolate and Milkshake weigh a ton. I don’t know about you but I’m ready for Tulsa. If you are going to Tulsa and you see me, tell me “Hi!” I’m sure we will have a football game going on somewhere. I am happy that we are having Tulsa and thankful to Brandi and her staff for making it happen for us kids. Make sure on these hot days that your animals have fresh, clean water. I don’t like cleaning water buckets but the animals like it. I don’t know about you but I am ready for dove season. By the time you read this, I hope you have shot a dove or two. Send me your dove hunt photos. See you down the road.

Hey PapWahy !do some chickens lay an egg that has a double yolk?

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ung hens. They are usually laid by yo at once The hen releases two yolks them. As and the shell forms aroundonly the hen gets older, she’ll release one yolk a day.

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Grand Champion Wether exhibited by Mary Cummins.

Reserve Grand Wether exhibited by Daniel Moody.

Grand Champion Wether Dam exhibited by Jaycee Oldenburg.

Reserve Grand Wether Dam exhibited by Cooper Oldenburg.

Champion Wether Goat PeeWee Showman is Cooper Oldenburg.

Champion Wether Goat Junior Showman is Jaycee Oldenburg.

Champion Wether Goat Intermediate Showman is Daniel Moody.

Champion Senior Showman is Payton Irick.

MARKET GOAT SHOWMANSHIP

DOE SHOWMANSHIP

Peewee: Champion, Kendyl Chaney Junior: Champion, Jaycee Oldenburg Intermediate: Champion, Daniel moody Senior: Champion, Bailey Bowen

Peewee: Champion, Sawyer Cousins Junior: Champion, Rylie Hughes Intermediate: Champion, Berklee Gossen Senior: Tabrie Lierly

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Supreme Champion Doe: Payton Irick Reserve Supreme Champion Doe: Jacy Treadwell

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PeeWee: Champion, Westin Simpson Junior: Champion, Hadley Estes Intermediate: Champion, Berklee Gossen Senior: Champion, Andrea Blum

Grand Wether: Bailey Bowen Reserve Grand: Daniel Moody

Supreme Doe: Tabrie Lierly Reserve Supreme Doe: Payton Irick

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Grand Wether Dam: Jaycee Oldenburg Reserve Grand: Berklee Gossen

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Grand Champion exhibited by Gage Winters.

Reserve Grand exhibited by Jarren Johnson.

Grand Champion Wether Goat exhibited by Morgan Maloney.

Reserve Grand Wether Goat exhibited by Brylee Lacy.

Third Overall exhibited by Steve Sanders.

Fourth Overall exhibited by Holden Winters.

Supreme Doe exhibited by Madi Bragg.

Reserve Supreme Doe exhibited by Hadley Estes.

Fifth Overall exhibited by Marlie Farris.

Grand Champion Wether Dam exhibited by Nathan Rowan.

Reserve Grand Wether Dam exhibited by Jaxson Bogdahn.

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Champion PeeWee Market Goat Showman is Westin Simpson.

Champion Junior Market Goat Showman is Jayton Bogdahn.

Champion Intermediate Market Goat Showman is Trenton Morton.

Champion PeeWee Doe Showman is Westin Simpson.

Grand Champion Wether Goat exhibited by Cara Cummins.

Reserve Grand Wether Goat exhibited by Carson Schovanec.

Champion PeeWee Showman is Cooper Oldenburg.

Champion Junior Showman is Jaycee Oldenburg.

Champion Intermediate Showman is Berklee Gossen.

Champion Senior Showman is Destyn Emerson.

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Champion Junior Doe Showman is Hadley Estes.

Champion Intermediate Doe Showman is Jacob Merhoff.

Grand Champion: Jaycee Oldenburg Reserve Grande: Payton Irick

DOE SHOW Champion Senior Market Goat Showman is Morgan Maloney. agyouth.com

Champion Senior Doe Showman is Bronk Embrey.

Supreme Doe: Kara Cummins Reserve Supreme Doe: Macy Koch

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PeeWee: Champion, Westin Simpson Junior: Champion, Aubrey Alford Intermediate: Champion, Carson Moon Senior: Champion, Sestyn Emerson

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The new 2020 National Junior Miss United States Agriculture is Muscogee (Creek) citizen Jade McPeak of Checotah, Oklahoma. Ten-year-old McPeak was crowned as the National Junior Miss (NJM) Agriculture over the weekend of June 20 in Orlando, Florida. Several contestants from across the country competed in the two-day event. Jade said she brought some of her culture to the event when she had to do her introduction. “I introduced myself in Creek,” Jade said. “My [great] grandpa [French Wildcat], and my JOM (Johnson O’Malley) teacher taught it to me.” Jade is already Oklahoma’s Junior Miss Agriculture, but she felt that she could do good at the national competition. “Being how she won the Oklahoma Junior Miss, she was able to compete for the national title,” her mother, Emmy McPeak said. Away from pageants, Jade’s hobbies are showing her cattle and goats and taking care of them. Jade has also participated in livestock judging and speech contest. “I also like playing basketball and softball,” she said. During Jade’s reign as Oklahoma Junior Miss United States Agriculture she traveled the state visiting farms and meeting with agriculture leaders. She had the opportunity to Page 36 - September 2020

meet with Oklahoma’s first female Secretary of Agriculture, Blayne Arthur. She was also recognized on the house floor by State Representative, Avery Frix. Jade’s platform consisted of advocating for agriculture by reading to elementary students, social media, and attending numerous livestock shows across the state. She also visited several of the 78,000 farms located in Oklahoma. Jade was sponsored by Muscogee (Creek) Nation Ag Youth program and Tulsa Stockyards. Jade has been active in the McIntosh County 4-H program for over three years. Throughout her reign as Oklahoma Junior Miss Agriculture, she was able to advocate for agriculture by reading to elementary students throughout her region and also attending several livestock shows. Jade said she is going to enjoy being the NJM for 20202021 reign. “I get to go other state pageants and crown their state winner,” Jade said. National Director of the Miss United States Agriculture, Ciera Ingram believes events such as this pageant will help build strong leaders for the future. “The idea behind the Miss United States Agriculture Pageant Program is to celebrate the agriculture industry and our local farmers all while promoting self-esteem, building strong leaders and awarding scholarships to encourage a continuous pursuit of education,” Ingram said. “As well as incorporating our motto: Teach. Inspire. Advocate.” Jade hopes to continue teaching her generation during her reign and after about where food comes from and how it gets to their table. Jade is the daughter of Jason and Emmy McPeak and is of the Hotvlkvlke (Wind Clan) and Koweta Tribal Town. Jade incorporated her Native American heritage in her state fun fashion and introduction. Jade’s state fun fashion consisted of an authentic Cherokee tear dress made by her great-aunt, Glenna Smith. She also used an authentic Native American basket provided by her uncle, Victor Wildcat.

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By Jaylee Reid, Stigler FFA Reporter The Stigler FFA Chapter Officer Team for the 2020-2021 school year was recently announced with Madelyn Tolbert serving as President, Brynn Bibee as Vice President, Mabrie Hare as Secretary, Gracie Fenton as Treasurer, Jaylee Reid as Reporter, and Lainey Ramsey as Sentinel. This officer team is hardworking, very passionate and has great leadership skills in and outside of the FFA Chapter. Everyone brings their own qualities to the team and I’m excited to work together this year with a great group of individuals. We recently held a back to school bash this month to greet all of our new FFA members. We held a team roping and corn hole competition. The Team Roping Winners were Wade Wilson and

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Cole Hamlin and the Cornhole Tournament Winners were Blaine Guthrie and Kace Lassiter. Our chapter came together to have a great time and celebrated us being able to be together to start off this great year. We are excited to see what the school year brings.

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Grand Champion Commercial Ewe and Champion Advanced Breeding Sheep Showman exhibited by Abi Kelly.

Reserve Grand Commercial Ewe exhibited by Addison Harlow.

Supreme Champion Registered Ewe is Levi Weaver.

Reserve Supreme Champion Registered Ewe and Champion Junior Breeding Sheep Showman exhibited by Riley Bignar.

Grand Champion Market Lamb exhibited by Addison Harlow.

Reserve Grand Market Lamb and Champion Advance Market Lamb showman exhibited by Abi Kelly.

Grand Champion Washington County Born Market Lamb exhibited by Brinley Dobbs.

Reserve Grand Washington County Born Market Lamb and Champion Junior Market Lamb Showman exhibited by Rylie Bignar.

Supreme Champion Registered Ram is Levi Weaver.

Reserve Supreme Registered Ram exhibited by Hunter Stanfill

Pee Wee Market Lamb Showman is Corbin Young.

Champion Senior Market Lamb Showman is Levi Weaver.

Champion Pee Wee Breeding Sheep Showman is Langley Jones.

Champion Senior Breeding Sheep Showman is Cara Parret.

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“I pledge my head to clearer thinking, my heart to greater loyalty, my hands to larger service, and my health for better living for my club, my community, my country, and my world.” On Saturday June 27, the Konawa 4H club members learned the impact and true meaning of pledging our hands to

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larger service when we volunteered at the Seminole Humane Society in Seminole, Oklahoma. During our volunteerism, we walked dogs, cleaned dog and cat pens, washed food and water dishes, swept and mopped, and played with the more nervous puppies and kittens to help them become more adoptable!

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This service project has opened up our members eyes on the importance of these animal shelters for our communities and the amount of volunteer work is needed to keep them running. We hope to make these volunteer days a regular activity for our club in the future!

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Breeders’ Directory ADVERTISING/AWARDS/ GRAPHIC DESIGN

Ag Youth Magazine PO Box 339, Sentinel, OK 73664 580-445-1360 agyouth@pldi.net; agyouth.com agyouthgoesmobile.com The Sign Farm Joe Stafford Family PO Box 285, Elmer, OK 73539 580-687-4466; 580-351-8898 Kteacher12@aol.com thesignfarm.net Graphic Design, Plaques, Full Color Digital Award Banners, Fund Raisers.

AG LOANS

Bank of Western Oklahoma Elk City, 580-225-3434 Weatherford 580-774-2265 Woodward 580-256-5525 Geary 405-884-2973 Vici 580-995-3323 Cordell 580-832-3322 Farm Credit of Western Oklahoma Woodward, OK 800-299-3465 farmcreditloans.com Financing for Youth Agricultural Projects.

AUCTIONEERS/ ONLINE SALES

CCI.Live 516-366-0734 schedule@cci.live ccollinsinc@gmail.com Online Bidding, Sale Day Websites, Videos, Sale Order, More! Kennedy Ventures Blake Kennedy 405-501-2417 Blake@kennedyventuresok.com kennedyventuresok.com Online Bidding, Clerking, Videography, Photography. Newby Auctions Lynn Newby, Perkins, OK 405-714-0075; Facebook newbysauctions@att.net. agyouth.com

Oklahomashowgoat.com; showgoatworld.com Tommy Milligan 405-880-0191 Online Goat Sales. Willoughby Sales wlivestock.com Winchester Enterprises Auctioneer and Ringman Liberal, KS 620-629-1185 evan_winchester@yahoo.com

BLADE SHARPENING

K&P Sharpening Kendall Brashears 3909 Hickory Stick Chickasha, OK 73018 580-430-1588 brashearskp@sbcglobal.net Livestock & Grooming Blades.

NEO Livestock Judging Camp Taylor Graham, 918-961-2141 taylor.graham10@neo.edu Held in Miami, OK, in June. Oklahoma Pork Council Youth Leadership Camp okpork.org OSU Livestock Judging Camp Held in June and July. Show-N-Kidds Goat Camp Phil Stacy, 918-779-9109 Justin Stacy 918-207-6208 stacygoats@gmail.com Held in June and July Haskell, OK. Steppin’ It Up Show Goat Camp Perry, OK Held in August.

CATTLE ASSOCIATIONS

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION

American Junior Shorthorn Association (AJSA) 7607 NW Prairie View Rd Kansas City, MO 64541 816-599-7777.

CAMPS

Beef Masters Breeders United 118 W. Bandera Road Boerne, TX 78006 210-732-3132 www.beefmasters.org

Graumann Custom Barns LLC 580-302-2484

Be a Champ Show Camps Connors State College Warner, OK Jerry or Veda McPeak 918-351-3163; 918-460-0650 beachamp.com Cattle and lamb camp Connors State College Livestock Judging Camp CSC Campus, Warner, OK. connorsstate.edu Held in July EOSC Agriculture Camps Forestry, Livestock and Meats Judging Wilburton, OK esoc.edu/agyouthcamp Held in June Murray State College Livestock Judging Camp Tishomingo, OK Held in June.

International Junior Brangus Breeders Association Open to youth age 21 and younger—nationwide. Tyler Dean, IJBBA Director of Youth Activities, tylerwdean@gmail.com 405-867-1421 junior.gobrangus.com National Junior Angus Association (NJAA) Open to youth age 21 and younger—nationwide Tyler Dean, IJBBA Director of Shows and Youth Activities tylerwdean@gmail.com Fax 405-235-3608; www.ojca.org.

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CLOTHING/ EMBROIDERY/ ACCESSORIES/SCREENPRINTING/

Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Association & Oklahoma Junior Cattlemen’s Association (OCA/ OJCA) 2500 Exchange Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73108 405-235-4391 www.okcattlemen.org

Box, Inc. 400 South Main, Frederick OK 580-335-2185 boxinc@pldi.net; boxinc.us Your farm supply, trailer and gift headquarters for over 59 years!

Oklahoma Limousin Breeders www.oklahomalimousin.com Texas Junior Maine-Anjou Association Statewide 765 FM 980, Huntsville, TX 7320 Laney, (936) 577-4144

Downtown Threads 222 W. Randolph, Enid, OK 580-237-7060 Customized Gear, Screenprinting, Embroidery, Promotional Products

CATTLE BREEDERS

OKFFAGear www.okffagear.com Official gear for OYE

Collins Cattle Colby Collins Frederick, OK 580-305-5600 www.collins-cattle.com fb.com/collinscattle. Show Cattle. Donor Solutions Austin, Naomi, Kree and Lander Wolf 8651 S 380 W Rensselaer, Indiana 517-401-0370 anwolf8816@gmail.com Joe Farris Lenora, OK 580-445-8063; 580-328-5269 Flint Farris 580-273-6718 580-328-5500 Bulls and Replacement Heifers. Henricks Cattle Company Anadarko, OK Braden 405-863-1663 Tim 405-574-4917 henrickscattle.com Show Cattle. K Lazy S Farms Kevin Mohl 903-243-3409 Shari Mohl 903-243-3408 Sulphur Springs, Texas Superior Gelbvieh and Balancer Cattle. Ronnie and Randy Ridling Sentinel, OK Ronnie, 580-515-8633 Randy, 580-480-5331 Open Replacements, Pairs, Heifers and Club Calves.

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One Moore Embroidery Place Denise Moore, 580-328-5755 office; 580-515-7901 cell. www.onemooreembroidery.com

COLLEGES

Cameron University Lawton, OK Agriculture Program agriculture@cameron.edu (581) 581-2373 www.cameron.edu/ag_bio Registered Angus & Katahdin. Connors State College Warner, OK Division of Agriculture 918-463-6265 connorsstate.edu Bull Test Sale in Fall and Spring A Tradition in Excellence Livestock Judging Camp. Eastern Oklahoma State College Wilburton, OK Ag Camps, Jackpot Shows 918-465-1724 www.eosc.edu Northern Oklahoma College Tonkawa, OK Bart Cardwell, Ag and Life Science Div. & Sheep Center Mgr. 580-628-6497 bart.cardwell@noc.edu www.noc.edu/agriculture-science1 Sheep Jackpots. Sheep Field Day.

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Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Livestock Judging Camp Miami, OK 918-540-6368 neoagriculture@neo.edu www.neo.edu/Academics/Agriculture Oklahoma State University Animal Science Department Field Days; Judging Camps www.ansi.okstate.edu. Redlands Community College 1200 S. Country Club Rd. El Reno, OK 73036 405-262-2552; 866-415-6367 www.redlandscc.edu More than the Basics. Seminole State College Agriculture Wendy Rich, Assistant Professor of Agricultural Science 405-382-9729 Seminole, OK

FEED SERVICES

ADM Alliance Nutrition Show Products and Programs. James Scifres Oklahoma Show Feed Sales Rep, 580-450-5611 james_scifres@admworld.com www.admani.com/MoorMansShowTec B-5 Enterprises Brady Womack 580-208-0865 bradyb5.mw@gmail.com Livestock Minerals, Vitamin Additives and Supplements. Cimarron Nutrition Oklahoma City, OK. Tommy Minard 405-924-779 Ryan Minard 405-245-4643 Your distributor and dealer for show feeds and supplements. Service and delivery available throughout Oklahoma. Essential Show Diets 800-697-1998 EssentialShowFeeds.com Full line, Show Feeds for Swine, Lambs, Cattle and Goats.

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Livestock Nutrition Center Chickasha, OK 405-224-9696 Altus, OK 580-482-2700 Guthrie, OK 405-260-1841 Keota, OK 918-208-0029 LNCONLINE.COM Better Feed. Better Results. Martindale Feed Mill 800-366-9584 www.martindalefeed.com ProShow. N&R Feed and Supply Harrah, OK 405-454-3773 Specializing in Custom Mixes. Purina Honor Show Chow Show Feed PurinaMills.com/show-feed 1-800-227-8941 Complete Animal Nutrition. Show Awards Program. Shobert Feed Supplements Chad & Amy Charmasson PO Box 823, Hennessey, OK 73742 advantagesupplementsllc@gmail.com (866)226-9613 STOCKSHOWSECRETS.COM Nutrition by Design, Inc. Mason, TX 325-294-4555 Gold Dust, Attitude Adjustment, Gut Candy, 3 Hrs Out. ShowRite Show Feeds Done Rite! www.showrite.com Ryan Sites 580-695-0429 Todd Kennedy 405-550-6769 Josh Dildine 214-882-1640 Dennis Wilber 209-482-6858 Miles Toenyes 618-420-9413 Mari Palacio 936-215-4478 Cooper Newcomb 580-821-2361 Jason Lackey 806-787-3606 Winners Edge www.WinnersEdgeUSA.com 800-332-9331 All Natural and Complete Vitamin and Mineral Feed Additives that Work!

FUNDRAISING

Blue & Gold Sausage Co. Jones, OK 1-800-338-0938 www.blueandgoldsausage.com agyouth.com

DJ’s Fundraising 1-800-634-5934 djsfundraising.com T and D Meats PO Box 640, Okemah, OK 74859 918-623-0202 Dan: tndmeat@mail.com Reba: rjflan65@gmail.com FFA Fundraising

GOAT ASSOCIATIONS

Oklahoma Boer Goat Association www.oklahomaboergoatassociation.com Oklahoma Junior Boer Goat Association OJBGA welcomes all youth between the ages 5-19 regardless,state residence. Check out www.ojbga.com for further information or contact Evie Gates (918) 323-5550; show@ojbga.com Oklahoma Youth Meat Goat Association Open to youth 18 and younger Jamie Pruitt, 918-637-0180 hsboergoats@msn.com Southern Oklahoma Goat Breeders Association www.facebook.com/TOPGOAT.

GOAT BREEDERS

A & M Show Goats Mike Ayres, 580-504-3425 Mark Muller, 580-276-8241 luvinaranch@yahoo.com Compadres Cabritos Bradley Buzek, 970-456-7949 Seth Nitschmann, 361-522-5825 Quality Wethers and Does. Diamond “B” Boers 3608 E. Elm, El Reno, OK. Larry Bowers, 405-201-2326 DiamondBBoers@aol.com Pfeiffer Farms Jerry and Ada Pfeiffer Orlando, OK 580-455-2559; 580-370-1948 Show Goats.

Schneberger Show Carnegie, OK 580-774-4429 Show Goats. Seelke Livestock Bob & Jodi Seelke 5874 Hwy 8 Cleo Springs, OK 73729 580-541-1911 2016 Reserve Grand Champion Wether Dam OYE. 2016 Reserve Grand Champion Wether OYE. Shroyer Goats John and Lori Shroyer Family DeGraff, OH 37-935-0830; 937-441-0250 shroyershowstock.com Show Goats. Underwood Boer Goats Gotebo, OK 73041 Bruce and Terri Underwood 580-450-4793; 580-713-3981. 580-538-5104 underwoodboergoats.com Show Quality Goats.

HOTELS

Embassy Suites by Hilton 3233 NW Expressway Oklahoma City, OK 405-753-1486 Call for Special Rates. Wyndham Garden Hotel Oklahoma City Airport 2101 S Meridian Ave, OKC 405-685-4000 Wyndhamgardenokc.com Call for Special Rates.

OTHER SERVICES

Supplement Health Insurance Tyler Peck 21456 E 1290 Rd Sentinel, Ok 73664 580-751-0448 bit.ly/ImpactHealthsharingTylerPeck

Schafer Farms Hugh and Ann Schafer 2801 Ranch Road 33 Big Spring, TX 79720 432-270-0035 cell annschafer50@gmail.com Show Goats. Ag Youth Magazine - Braggin’ on Kids for 33 Years!

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SHEEP ASSOCIATIONS Northeast Oklahoma Lamb Association (NEOLA) Open to eligible Oklahoma and members residing east I-35 and north, I-40. Dr. Jerry Fitch at jerry.fitch@okstate.edu

SHEEP BREEDERS

5 Star Ranch Randy Ritthaler 24800 CR 200, Stillwater, OK 580-336-5066 Dorper and White Dorper Show Lambs. Raised two class winners and Reserve Champion Dorper Ewe, Tulsa State Fair 2018 and the 2nd place light weight TSF 2017. Buy your next winner from us! Allred Elliott John and Jeane Allred Vernal, Utah 435-789-0642 Clay and Lili Elliott 17422 Elm Street West Calumet, OK 73014 405-422-3313; 575-635-6340 lilielliott@hotmail.com Sheep Genetics for the Future.

DeSpain Club Lambs Larry Despain Hinton, OK 405-545-0511 despainclublambs@hintonet.net; www.despainclublambs.com Show Lambs. Flanders Sheep Dan, Daryl and Devin 918-623-0202 Okemah, OK Good sheep at decent prices. Registered Suffolk, Hamps and Cross Lambs. Hurliman Club Lambs Dwayne Hurliman Cordell, OK 580-603-1755 www.hurliman.com Hamps, Suffolks, Natural, Dorsets and Speckle Face.

Brunker Club Lambs Brandon, Regina, Kaylee and Kaden Brunker 7222 South Fairgrounds Road, Stillwater, OK 74074 405-372-1054 home 405-612-8152 cell www.brunkerclublambs.com

Ott Club Lambs Brad and Deb Ott Fairview, OK Deb 580-794-9324 Brad 580-744-0334 www.ottclublambs.com Show Lambs.

Cabaniss Club Lambs Arapaho, OK 73620 Riley, 580-445-6240 Norman, 580-445-7553 cabanissok@itlnet.net cabanissok.tripod.com/ Hampshire and Shropshire Club Lambs. Cardwell Sheep Farm Bart and Judy Cardwell RR 1, Box 128, Lamont, OK 580-388-4871 Phil and Kay Cardwell RR 1, Box 126, Lamont, OK 580-628-3028 Breeding Sheep and Club Lambs.

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Cole Club Lambs Rex Cole 11281 N. 1975 Rd Elk City, OK 73644 Rex: 806-216-1306 Koby: 580-821-2355 Home: 580-243-0749 colewoolies@cableone.net Registered Suffolk, Hamp, Shrop, Dorset and Southdown Ewe Flocks Genetically Tested for Scrapie Resistance and Spider.

Pirtle Farms Randy & Susan Pirtle 397271 W 400 Rd, Copan, OK 918-440-5991; 918-440-4553 pirtlefarms.com Rockin S Lambs Jay States, 405-853-5215 rockinslambs.com Ross Club Lambs Gary Ross Wayne, OK 73095 405-449-3549 home 405-517-5227 cell

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glbross@valornet.com Suffolk and Crossbred Show Lambs and Breeding Stock. Schminke’s Genetics Alan and Kandy Schminke 6641 24th Ave., Van Horne, IA 319-223-5352 Hampshire and Crossbred Show Lambs. Chester White and Cross Show Pigs and Breeding Stock. Shroyer Show Stock John and Lori Shroyer Family DeGraff, OH 937-935-0830; 937-441-0250 shroyershowstock.com Show Lambs. Stacy Livestock Justin & Suzanne Stacy Justin: 918-207-6208 Suzanne: 918-207-6222 Oktaha, OK FACEBOOK: Stacy Livestock

SHOW SUPPLIES

Double D Panels Tim and Dalton Dunkin 2538 Highland Ave. Woodward, OK 73801 580-334-8910 tdunkin72@gmail.com Livestock Panels. Outback Laboratories David “Booger” Deskin Lexington, OK www.outbacklabs.com 405-527-6355 Products for Show Quality Animals. Stockshowpanner.com Stock Show Planning Resources StockShowSecrets.com Attitude Adjustment Steve 325-294-4555 Mason, TX Sullivan Supply, Inc. Dunlap, Iowa; Hillsboro, Texas; Lodi, California 800-475-5902 www.sullivansupply.com WERM Flooring Systems 702 Overhead Drive Oklahoma City, OK 800-350-7564 www.wermflooring.com

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Coulson’s Show Pigs Fred or Monty Coulson PO Box 327, Wellston, OK 74881 Fred, 405-258-8772 Monty, 405-306-0182 Cross Show Pigs. Durocs Evan Green 405-517-339.

Weaver Leather Livestock www.thewinnersbrand.com

SWINE ASSOCIATIONS CPS Jack Wall Peoria, IL 309-945-3312 www.cpsswine.com

Crossroads Genetics Clayton, IN Adam Beck 317-626-2528 Jason Corya 812-592-0210 Brandon Ogle, 217-202-5381 crossroadsgenetics.com

Central Oklahoma Bred Association certifiedokbred.com National JR Swine Association Open nationwide to youth age 21 and younger interested in Duroc, Hamp, York or Landrace Swine. Ellen Knauth, 2639 Yeager Rd, West Lafayette, IN 47906 ellen@nationalswine.com

Harman Farms Wayne and Leslie Harman 12498 CR 16, Perryton, TX 79070 806-202-2175 Wayne 806-202-2176 Leslie www.harman-farms.com Spots, Durocs, Chesters, Berks, Polands and Crosses.

National Swine Registry 2639 Yeager Road West Lafayette, IN 47906 765-463-3594 nsr@nationalswine.com Duroc, Hampshire, Landrace & Yorkshire breeds. www.nationalswine.com

Haymaker Show Pigs Mike and Alisha Haymaker 405-853-5696 20490 E. 700 Rd., Dover, OK Member of the Certified Oklahoma Bred Association. Show Pigs.

Oklahoma Club Pig Assoc. Any student 12th grade & under. PO Box 211, Spring, OK 73458.

Huizar Livestock Jorge and Kassie Huizar 530-867-3676 20490 E. 700 Rd., Dover, OK Member of the Certified Oklahoma Bred Association. Show Pigs.

Oklahoma Pork Council www.pork.org 1-888-SAY-PORK. Team Purebred Open nationwide to youth 21 and under that are interested in Berkshire, Chester White, Hereford, Poland, Spotted, and Tamworth swine. Hope Coffey, Director of Junior Activities Box 1996, West Lafayette, IN 47996 270-832-2994 teampurebred@teampurebred.com

SWINE BREEDERS

B-7 Show Stock Ben Smith 580-471-8689 CKL Spots Bob, Alecia, Collin and Kaylin Listen El Reno, OK Bob 405-519-5209 Collin 405-203-2846 Show Pigs and Bobby Listen Supplements.

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Holt Livestock Jon Marc Holt 903-245-8666 Barclay Holt 405-850-0665 Shattuck, OK Show Pigs. MRC Genetics Health Maddox 580-445-5477 Chris Frans 580-445-1121 Bryan Payne 580-303-0200 Ottenwalter Show Pigs Mark and Sandy Ottenwalter Coulsa, CA. Mark 530-681-9799 Rice Polands Raymond,Sheryl and Shelby Rice Velma, OK 580-255-5542; 580-467-4163 cell

Schminke’s Genetics Alan and Kandy Schminke 6641 24th Ave., Van Horne, IA 319-223-5352 Hampshire and Crossbred Show Lambs. Chester White and Cross Show Pigs and Breeding Stock.

TRAILERS

CSTK Custom Trailers 9929 SW 8th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73128 800-696-2989 www.trailersokc.com The Official Trailer of the OYE Farrell Livestock Trailers 520 NW 16th ST, Newcastle, OK 405-392-4489 farrellivestocktrailers.com Sales & Service. Supreme Trailer Sales Thomas, OK. 866-259-0026 www.supremetrailersales.com Cimarron Trailers. Swinfords GROUP LLC 22074 County Road 230 Morrison, OK 73061 580-724-9191 Terry@swinfordllc.com www.swinfordllc.com

YOUTH ORG/SUPPORTERS CareerTech www.okcareertech.org/ students/student-organizations

Diamond Hats Fundraising efforts result in scholarship opportunities, mentoring programs and contributions to their projects www.diamondhats.org Oklahoma FFA www.okffa.org Oklahoma Foundation Supporting Exceptional Youth www.oklahoma4hfoundation.com Oklahoma Youth Expo www.okyouthexpo.com

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Swine

Sept. 11, 2 p.m., Grand Drive Meat Swine Showmanship, Hutchinson, KS Sept. 12, 8 a.m., Grand Drive Swine Market Show, Hutchinson, KS Sept. 13, 8 a.m., Grand Drive Swine Breeding Show, Hutchinson, KS Sept. 17, Loveless Family Farms Fall Sale, showpig.com Sept. 19, 8 a.m., EYO Market Hog Show, Stephens County Fairgrounds, Duncan, OK Sept. 20, 8 a.m., EYO Breeding Gilt Show, Stephens County Fairgrounds, Duncan, OK Sept. 30, Noon, Junior Breeding Gilt Show: Purebreds, Tulsa State Fair Oct. 1, 8 a.m., Junior Breeding Gilt Show: Commercial, Tulsa State Fair Oct. 3, Noon, Junior Market Barrow Show, Day 1, Tulsa State Fair Oct. 4, 8 a.m., Junior Market Barrow Show Day 2, Tulsa State Fair Oct. 5, 4 p.m., Junior Breeding Gilt Sale, Tulsa State Fair (Online) Oct. 11, Loveless Farm Sale, Luther, OK Oct. 17, 10 a.m., Andy Pfeiffer Show Pig Sale, 5103 W Hwy 51, Mulhall, OK Oct. 17, 1 p.m., Holy Smoke Pig Sale, 23365 N Sooner, Orlando, OK Oct. 17, 6 p.m., Okie Throwdown Pig Sale, 323 W Cedar, Marshall, OK Oct. 17, 7 p.m., Davenport Pig Sale, Davenport Agricenter, Davenport, OK Oct. 24, 4:05 p.m., Perfect Timing Pig Sale, Comanche County Fairgrounds, Lawton, OK

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Sheep Sept. 11, 4 p.m., Grand Drive Sheep Showmanship, Hutchinson, KS Sept. 12, 8 a.m., Boomer Blast Sheep and Goat Shows, Woodward, OK Sept. 12, 11 a.m., Grand Drive Sheep Market Show, Hutchinson, KS Sept. 13, Pirtle Farms Late Lamb Online Sale, wlivestock.com Sept. 13, 8 a.m., Grand Drive Sheep Breeding Show, Hutchinson, KS Sept. 19, 8 a.m., EYO Market Goat Show followed by Market Lamb Show, Stephens County Fairgrounds, Duncan, OK Sept. 19, 7 p.m., OYE Champions Tribute Live Sheep and Goat Sale, Stephens County Fairgrounds, Duncan, OK Oct. 1, 8 a.m., Junior Breeding Sheep Show, Tulsa State Fair Oct. 3, 1 p.m., Junior Market Wether Lamb Show, Day 1, Tulsa State Fair Oct. 4, 8 a.m., Junior Market Wether Lamb Show, Day 2, Tulsa State Fair Oct. 15, OYE Champions’ Tribute Online Lamb Sale, showstockplanet.com Oct. 24, 1 p.m., Fall Upgrade Plus Dynamic Divas Late Born Edition Sale, Canadian County Fairgrounds, El Reno, OK

Goats

Sept. 11, 11 a.m., Grand Drive Meat Goat Showmanship, Hutchinson, KS Sept. 12, 8 a.m., Boomer Blast Sheep and Goat Shows, Woodward, OK Sept. 12, 9 a.m., Grand Drive Market Goat Market Show and Meat Goat Breeding Show, Hutchinson, KS Sept. 14, Pfeiffer Farms Online Wether Sale, www.oklahomashowgoats.com Sept. 19, 8 a.m., EYO Market Goat Show followed by Market Lamb Show, Stephens County Fairgrounds, Duncan, OK Sept. 19, 7 p.m., OYE Champions’ Tribute Live Goat Sale, Stephens County Fairgrounds, Duncan, OK Sept. 30, 8 a.m., Junior Dairy Goat Show, Tulsa State Fair

Oct. 2, 8 a.m., Junior Breeding Doe Show, Tulsa State Fair Oct. 9, 6:30 p.m., Pfeiffer Farms Live Sale, Farm Sale Facility, Orlando, OK Oct. 4, 8 a.m., Junior Wether Meat Goat Show, Tulsa State Fair Oct. 17, Keys Baptist Church Sheep and Goat Show, Cherokee County Fairgrounds, Tahlequah, OK Oct. 12, Pfeiffer Farms Online Doe Kid Sale, www.oklahomashowgoats.com Nov. 30, Pfeiffer Farms Focus on the Future Online Doe Kid Sale, www. oklahomashowgoats.com Dec. 5, SOBGA Futurity and Jackpot, Love County Fairgrounds, Marietta, OK

cattle Sept. 11, 4:30 p.m., Grand Drive Meat Goat Showmanship, Hutchinson, KS Sept. 12, 10 a.m., Grand Drive Beef Breeding Show, Hutchinson, KS Sept. 13, 8 a.m., Grand Drive Beef Market Show, Hutchinson, KS Sept. 19, 8 a.m., EYO Prospect Steer Show and Junior Breeding Heifer Show, Stephens County Fairgrounds, Duncan, OK Sept. 30, 8 a.m., Junior Dairy Cattle Show, Tulsa State Fair Oct. 1, 8 a.m., Junior Breeding Heifer Show: Texas Longhorn, Miniature Hereford, Gelbvieh, Charolais, Percentage Charolais, Maine-Anjou, Maintainer and

Angus, Tulsa State Fair Oct. 2, 8 a.m., Junior Breeding Heifer Show Ring 1: Limousin and Commercial, Tulsa State Fair Oct. 2, 8 a.m., Junior Breeding Heifer Show Ring 2: Red Angus Influence and Hereford, Tulsa State Fair Oct. 3, 10 a.m., Pre-Junior Miniature Hereford Heifer and Steer Show, Tulsa State Fair Oct. 4, 8 a.m., Junior Market Steer Show, Tulsa State Fair Oct. 27, Barney Cattle Co Focus on the Future Sale, sconline.com Oct. 29, Barney Cattle Co Focus on the Future Sale Hereford Edition, smartauctions.co

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