For the last 81 years Churchill County Junior Livestock Show has taken place for 4-H and FFA youth to showcase their market and breeding projects. This year Covid-19 has changed how many things are taking place and that includes the Churchill County Junior Livestock Show. The show must go on and that means going virtual.
Youth participating in the show will put together a video prior that will be used for the sale and show of livestock. Information has been provided for the youth to provide optimal video and pictures to help enhance the sale and show.
Youth showing livestock will be judged virtually. People who are interested in viewing the virtual show will be able to do so with a link that is provided. The link will become available on April 21st by contacting Karen Bogdanowics at, email@example.com.
Livestock up for sale in the silent auction include beef, goats, sheep, poultry, pigs and rabbits. Buyers who are interested in participating asked to pre-register at, https://www.sconlinesales.com/Account/Step1
The silent auction will begin on April 25th at 7a.m. and will end on April 26th and 7p.m. Livestock will be sold per head not per pound like traditionally done, because they will not be able to weigh the livestock on a certified scale. Livestock will be taken to processing company of your choice.
This year’s Churchill County Junior Livestock Show may look different, but please help support 4-H and FFA youth by participating in the virtual show. Remember to signing up is easy and can be done at, https://www.sconlinesales.com/Account/Step1
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