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The purpose of this organization shall be the positive development of youth through the improvement of their life skills, i.e. accepting responsibility, cultivating citizenship, developing leadership, social, and communication skills; provide the opportunity to have their animals appraised by the most competent judges and to experience victory or defeat; providing an educational experience in which they learn about the economic value of desirable market traits and how to recognize those traits; .. continue reading improve their skills in animal care, animal products and how they are produced; present them with the challenge of helping to educate the general public of what livestock production is and what it involves; providing the opportunity to meet and become acquainted with business leaders and those who buy their animals and help support the show. STEER TAG DAY: In person tag day for both CBJLS and Benton Franklin will be Saturday, March 27th from 8:00am-noon at the CBJLS grounds (more information coming soon). Since no state funds are available for our show, this program is solely funded by donated money from area businesses and individuals. We ask for your support and contributions for the Columbia Basin Junior Livestock Show. Early in 1995, groups of business people, livestock producers, and parents began actively preparing the foundation for an exhibition venue to promote the development of local youth in agriculture. The sole source of revenue to operate and maintain the growth of this project has relied on private funding through donations and sponsorships from businesses and individuals in the Columbia Basin Community.
Timings09:00 AM-06:00 PM (expected)
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Estimated Turnout1000 - 5000
100 - 500 Exhibitors Based on previous editions
Category & TypeTrade Show
Agriculture & Forestry
Animals & Pets
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Next edition likely in Sep 2022
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This event showcases products like livestock production, improvement of their life skills, i.e. Accepting responsibility, cultivating citizenship, developing leadership, social, and communication skills, improve their skills in animal care, animal products and how they are produced, market stock sale & animal care & management disclosure statement etc. in the Agriculture & Forestry industry.