Junior Livestock Judging Contest
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Junior Livestock Judging Contest

Date: Aug 27, 2022
Time: 9:00 AM

Superintendent - Brent Langford


Entries should be submitted online.

Online deadline date is August 15, 2022

A copy of the Online Entry Receipt will be required at check-in. (Copy will be e-mailed to you upon entry).

Mail-In entries will be accepted through August 10th. Preferred method of entry is online.

Late Registration - 8:00 am to 9:00 am, Saturday, August 27th – No Late fees.

•This contest will be governed by the TEXAS FFA CDE RULES AND REGULATIONS, and also the General Rules and Regulations of the North Texas Fair & Rodeo. Each county and FFA chapter may furnish at least one (1) adult leader to assist with the contest as needed. Leaders and contestants should report to the Superintendent.


  1. ELIGIBILITY: Contestants must be a bona fide 4-H or FFA member enrolled in public or private schools in Texas.
  2. Junior Division: Thirteen (13) years of age and younger as of September 1st.
  3. Senior Division: Fourteen (14) years of age and older as of September 1st.
  1. TEAMS: Three (3) to four (4) students may constitute a team in the contest. Clubs/Chapters can enter individuals and/or teams. Team scores will be determined by the combined scores of the three (3) highest scoring individual team members.
ENTRY APPLICATION/FEE: An entry application and fee of $20.00 per team and $5.00 per individual must be submitted by 9:00 am, Saturday morning. All fees must accompany application for entry.


  1. There will be no talking between contestants during the contest. Violating this rule may cause the contestants and their teams to be disqualified.
  2. Only contestants and contest officials will be permitted in the contest area during the contest.
  3. No electronic devices will be allowed in contest area.
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CLASSES: Animals & Classes to be determined. Classes will not be handled. Contestants will have ten (10) minutes to observe classes and completed score card.

SCORING: Scantrons will be provided. All contestants must provide their own #2 pencil and may bring an unmarked clipboard and/or manila folder for use during the contest

  • RESULTS: The contest results, as announced, will be final.
  • The Livestock Judging Program, as published on the NTFR Website, will be followed as closely as possible. Contestants should ascertain at what time the exhibits will be judged.
  • Any contestant not present promptly at the scheduled time will be ruled out and barred from competition. No complaint or protest on the grounds that judges overlooked exhibits will be considered.
  • Online Entries or Entry Card must accompany entry fees.
  • One (1) Adult will be allowed into the fairgrounds with each contestant at no charge. All other family members will have to pay the gate.
  • Entrance into Fairground should be made through the livestock gate, which is the North (drive-In) entrance on Carroll Blvd.
  • Identify yourself to the gate attendant as a Livestock Judging Contestant.They will send you to Livestock Parking, which is on the North West corner of Fairgrounds. We will have shuttle carts take you to the Livestock Barn, and back to your vehicle.
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