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.
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. 

2014 Results

Navarro FFA Duo Exhibit Champion Lambs.
Ashlyn Jandt from the Navarro FFA took the top honors in the Lamb show Thursday night with her Meduim Wool Lamb, with fellow FFA member Kaitlyn Mercer exhibiting the Reserve Champion Lamb.
Navarro FFA Member Rayanne Muenich Exhibits Champion Goat.
Dr. Jeff Ripley from Texas A&M University narrowed it down to one when he picked Rayanne Muenichs goat from the Navarro FFA as the Grand Champion Thursday afternoon. Kelton Wolter from the Navarro 4-H received the Reserve Grand Champion honors as well. 

Taylor Brehmer from the Marion FFA Wins Champion Steer Honors.
Thursday was a great day for Taylor Brehmer, as the Marion FFA member exhibited the Grand Champion Steer of the 2014 Guadalupe County Youth Show. Judge Dwight Kallis picked Brehmers Exotic Steer to win the show and also named Kaylie Cerda from the New Berlin 4-H  as the Reserve Grand Steer. 
Marion FFA's Ty Klabunde Exhibits Champion Broiler.
Ty Klabunde from the Marion FFA took home the Grand Champion Broiler honors Wednesday night.  Jared Webb representing the New Berlin 4-H exhibited the Reserve Champion Pen of Broilers
Luensmann Wins Turkey Show
Carli Luensmann from the Clemens 4-H exhibited the Grand Champion Turkey on Wednesday to kick of the 2014 Guadalupe County Youth Show.
Results are being added on the RESULTS 2014 page as they become available, please check back to see the latest winners.
It's Showtime!

With the start of the 2014 Guadalupe County Youth Livestock and Homemakers Show just an hour away the barns are filling up and the exhibitors are getting their projects ready. The show will kick off with the poultry show this evening at 5:00 pm on the Dance Slab.  Turkeys will show first followed by the broilers weighing in at 6:30.  

Also this evening the cattle are moving in and will start their weigh in at 6:30 pm.  The cattle will be housed in the Cattle Barn and will show tomorrow in the Rodeo Arena.  

While the cattle will be showing the goats and swine will be moving in Thursday morning with the goats starting at 6:00 am.  Swine can begin move in Wednesday evening after 5:00 pm and MUST be in the barn by Noon Thursday.  Lambs will also move in on Thursday beginning at 4:00 pm, they will show after all animals are weighed in. 

Please come out and join us at the Guadalupe County Fairgrounds as students from across the county exhibit their projects.  
Guadalupe County Youth Show
November 21, 2013


Please take a few minutes to look over the new schedule for the 2014 GCYS, several changes have been made to allow a more efficient flow of projects through the barns.  Please note that the schedule has also been updated on the SCHEDULE OF EVENTS page as well, there you can download a pdf file with the new times posted.

Major Changes include the following:

Goats arrive between 6:00 am to 7:00 am, weight in 7:15 am until 8:00 am on the dance slab.

Goats will begin showing at 9:00 am


Due to the Guadalupe County Extension Agents relocating to the Seguin ISD Mary B. Erskine Campus, the baked good container pick up will now take place at their temporary office.  They are located in the Northwest corner of the Mary B Campus at the intersection of North River and East Krezdorn Streets.