The 2010 American Gelbvieh Junior Association (AGJA) Lone Star Classic is set for July 5-10 in Bryan-College Station, Texas. Cattle In Motion will be broadcasting the junior national Gelbvieh show live from the Brazos County Expo Center.
The AGJA Junior Classic is the largest national junior Gelbvieh show in the United States. A total of 154 Gelbvieh and Balancer steers, bulls and females have been entered by 93 exhibitors from across the country. The week-long event is hosted by the Texas Gelbvieh Junior Association.
During the first part of the week, junior Gelbvieh members will compete is educational contests including carcass evaluation, sales talk, impromptu speaking, quiz bowl, team fitting and livestock judging.
The AGJA national showmanship contest will start at 8:00 a.m. on Friday, July 9. Following the conclusion of showmanship, there will be a one hour break before starting the market steer show, bred and owned Balancer bull show and the Balancer female show. On Saturday at 8:00 a.m. the show will resume with the bred and owned Gelbvieh bull show and the Gelbvieh female show.
To view the Lone Star Classic, simply log in to Cattle In Motion at www.cimauctions.com. New viewers will need to create a CIM account and will not need to pay a lifetime verification fee.
If you would like to have videos of your operation played in the cattle barns during the show and over the web while the show is going on, contact Cattle In Motion, Davy Lockhart at [email protected] or 979-218-9559.