The Guadalupe County Youth Livestock and Homemakers Show

January 20-23, 2016

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

Guadalupe County Youth Show Gala Donor,


     We would personally like you to be part of our Agriculture fundraiser for the youth of Guadalupe County for this year's event. Please see attached information for the Fundraiser Gala for our Youth Show Agriculture kids of Guadalupe County (includes Guadalupe County 4-Hers, FFA from Seguin, Navarro, Marion and SCUC ISD) or feel free to contact the committee back at this email address.  Auction items are needed and or tickets are available to purchase contact Debra Reiley 830-305-0456.  If you are unable to attend, and be present at this event please consider a monetary donation or a sponsorship to help out the exhibitors for the fundraiser.  Thanks for your consideration in helping the Agriculture Youth of Guadalupe County.


The Guadalupe County Youth Show requests the pleasure of

your company and/or donations to the

                   Annual Gala Fundraiser

                        "The Gala"

                    for the benefit of

                    Agriculture Youth

         Exhibitors of Guadalupe County

  Saturday, the Seventeenth of September


                    *  Gold Sponsor  *

              5P Farm - The Purdum's


             *    Grand Prize Sponsor    *

                  Capital Farm Credit


                 Social Hour at six o’clock

                  *  Next Door Catering  *

                      Dinner at six-thirty

              Live Auction at seven-thirty

 *     Clint Taft and The Buck Wild Band     *

                  Dance at eight o'clock

               The Knights of Columbus 

                          Seguin, Texas


Please share with any others that might be interested in attending

 and would like to support your youths exhibitor's event.  Also

 note the early bird promotion deadline date August 19, 2016.



Guadalupe County Youth Show

PO Box 1400, Seguin, Tx 78156


Debbie Wolter Co Chairman 512-395-7609 


Debra Reiley Co Chairman 830-305-0456


Laura Mondin Co Chairman Live and Silent Auction 830-305-0435 Email:

Traci Weiler Co Chairman Live and Silent Auction 325-669-8653

Margaret Mondin Co Chairman 830-305-4495

Gail Damerau Co Chairman 830-914-3735



Youth Show Gala Sponsorship options attached.



If you are unable to attend please consider 

supporting the Gala through a monetary donation

sponsoring a cash door prize which will be announced

often, providing a silent or live auction item, please

contact any of the Gala committee members,

Debbie Wolter 512-395-7609, Debra Reiley 830-305-0456, 

Margaret Mondin 830-303-6860,  Laura Mondin 830-305-0435,

Traci Weiler 325-669-8653, Gail Damerau 830-914-3735

or a Guadalupe County Youth Show board member.


Guadalupe County Youth Show Gala, PO Box 1400, Seguin, TX 78156

Please accept my donation of ________ and/or Monetary donation

Total value $________________   other $__________________________ 

 Link for donation by paypal at

Guadalupe County Youth Show is a charitable non-profit 501 (C) 3 organization. 

Thank you for your contribution to our youth.

Ready, Set, Go

Final preparations are underway for the 2016 Guadalupe County Youth Livestock and Homemakers Show. Exhibitors and volunteers are gearing up for Wednesday evening when the 2016 GCYS kicks off with the Poultry Show. Schedules can be found here as well as on the "Schedule of Events" page located on the left side of this page. 

Exhibitors are reminded to review the rules found here and to also double check the schedule since some times have changed.  

Buyers are asked to review the letter below and to visit the "Buyer Information" page located in the links to the left of this page.  

See you at the Show!   
Welcome to 2016! 

Here is the Buyers Letter for This Years Show.

The letter was mailed to previous buyers and we have placed a copy here for those that may be a new buyer or need extra copies.  The letter is presented below and a link to the Adobe pdf file is located here.

New Rules for 2016 Show are Online

The Rules for the 2016 GCYS are now online, there are several changes in the rules as well as schedule changes that will be in effect for the 2016 show. Please download a copy and read over the rules so you will be ready for the show.  ALL NEW RULES WILL BE ENFORCED FOR THE 2016 SHOW!
2015 Scholarship Winners Announced

The 2015 Guadalupe County Youth Show Scholarship Winners were announced May 7th at the Ag Festival held at the Red Barn, congratulations to the following students.

Page Kosub, Clemens 4-H

Kailey Ites, Cibolo Creek FFA

Lori Kaye Schniers, Navarro 4-H

Colton Campos, Marion FFA

Ty Bateman, Marion FFA

Mitchell Moczygemba, Navarro 4-H

Top Twenty Buyers for 2015

All of our buyers and supporters are important to us and we realize that every dollar spent at the Sale is a hard earned dollar that both businesses and individuals have designated as support for our youth.  We appreciate all of the financial support and understand the scarifies everyone makes to help make our show a success, thank you!  

With that in mind we would like to recognize The Top Twenty Buyers for the 2015 GCYS Sale:

Wade Busby Memorial
Backing Ag Raising Youth (Bar-Y)
Jack Anglin Memorial Fund
Seguin Cattle Company
Producer's Co-op
Ronald J Carroll
Sweet Savanna Hog Wild
80/20 Fund
Geronimo Sporting Clay Shoot
Wal-Mart Seguin
Engel Enterprises, LLC
M & S Engineering
Dynasty Propane
Guadalupe Valley Pecan Classic
John Kuempel
Peck's Welding
Quarter Moon Plumbing, AC and Heating
H.E.B. Seguin
Kirby's Korner
Guadalupe County Farm Bureau

GCYS Scholarship Information Available

The GCYS Scholarship information is now available along with a downloadable .pdf form.  Please visit our Scholarship Information page to get a copy of the file. The application deadline is April 1, 2015.  Rules and requirements are also available on that page.

Record Breaking Sale for the 2015 GCYS!

WOW!  While there are a small number of add-ons still trickling in, the total for the 2015 GCYS Sale has exceeded $915,000! What an incredible show of support for the agriculture youth of Guadalupe County by an awesome community that has continued to raise the bar year after year.  Again, thank you to all of the friends, supporters and buyers that have helped make 2015 the best year ever!  
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 us on 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 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 Reserve 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