The Guadalupe County Youth Livestock and Homemakers Show

January 14-17, 2015
 





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The Guadalupe County Youth Livestock and Homemakers Show is a 501(c)(3) organization.
Thank You!

On behalf of the 650+ exhibitors representing the FFA and 4-H chapters in Guadalupe County, thank you to all of our supporters and friends who ventured down to the Fairgrounds this week.  Thank you for cheering for us and for being there when we needed a friend to console us.  Thank you for braving the cold weather and for sharing our awesome sunshine.  Thank you for believing in us and supporting us, together we have made this one of the most successful Guadalupe County Youth Livestock and Homemakers Show to date.

Links to the Sale Order Lists are located below:

GCYS Sale and Auction are Underway!

The showing is complete and the results are in so please make plans to join us for the 74th Annual Guadalupe County Youth Livestock and Homemakers Sale and Auction.  The sale and auction begin at 12:00 noon with the sale of the Grand Champions and will continue throughout the afternoon.  The weather is awesome and exhibitors are excited so please head on down to the Guadalupe County Fairgrounds and join us.

Saturday Sale Order is located here, please feel free to download a copy.
 Thank you! 
Marion FFA Member Welds His Way to the Top

Marion FFAs Cody Engel took top honors in the Agricultural Mechanics Division on Friday when he presented his project to the judges.  Cody not only had to design, construct and paint the project he also had to complete a scrapbook on the progress of the fire pit and he was also interviewed by the judges.   
It was a "Yummy" Friday for Kelton Wolter

When all of the recipes were checked and entries were sampled Navarro 4-H Member Kelton Wolter had the best tasting Baked Good.  The judges picked his entry based on taste, texture and overall appearance.  
Does Lightening Strike Twice?

It does if you are Marion FFA member Reagan Langemeier!  Friday after afternoon Reagan exhibited the Grand Champion Market Swine and now joins an elite group of showmen that have pulled off a "double-double" in the show ring by winning two Grand Champions in the same year.  Reagan had previously shown the Grand Champion Steer on Thursday. 
Braune Family Dominates the Lamb Show

Thursday evening proved to be a great night for the Braune Family representing the Navarro 4-H, where sisters Janae and Jaycie took home Grand and Reserve Grand honors in the Market Lamb show.  
Seguin FFA Member Exhibits the Champion Goat

With fierce competition in the goat ring Rayanne Muenich showed her way to the top.  The Seguin FFA member won her class, division and finally Grand Champion.  She had a busy day as she competed not only in the goat barn but was also involved showing her breeding heifers. Rayanne had an awesome day in the cattle arena as well where she exhibited the Reservve Champion Exotic Breeding Heifer.  
Langemeier Takes Top Honors in the Steer Show

Marion FFA member Reagan Langemeier was all business when she entered the show ring on Thursday as she had her sights set on winning the Grand Champion Steer honors, she was not disappointed.  Reagan won her class and then took the top honor in the final championship drive.

Results from the cattle show can be found on the Results 2015 page
The 74th Annual Guadalupe County Youth Livestock and Homemakers Show is Underway!

The Seventy Fourth year of the Guadalupe County Youth Show is underway with the exhibiting of the poultry projects.  Students from across the county lined up with their best birds on Wednesday evening with the hopes of being picked as the grand champion by judge Michael Vader.  That dream became a reality for Marion FFA student Kendyl Zunker, who exhibited the Grand Champion Pen of Broilers.  Toryn Autry representing the Santa Clara   4-H shared the spotlight with Zunker as she proudly presented her Grand Champion Turkey to the judge.  

Merry Christmas and Happy New Years
Entries are in, validations are complete and final plans are underway for the 2015 Guadalupe County Youth Show.  As 2014 comes to a close we hope that everyone has a Merry Christmas and Happy New Years and gets to spend time with family and friends.  

Please refer to the Schedule of Events page for the 2015 GCYS dates and times, also take time to review the rules and regulations.  We look forward to seeing everyone on January 14, 2015 when we start the show with the exhibiting of our poultry. 

Letter From the Chairmen to Our Supporters