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Don't Forget that the Early Entry Deadline for both TJLA CAMP and the TJLA CAMP Show is Monday, April 15.
Entries Need to Be Postmarked on or before April 15.


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TJLA SANCTIONED LIVESTOCK JUDGING CONTEST - Firday Night, May 3, Brazos County Expo Center 6:30 P.M.

EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP WORKSHOP FOR ADULTS: Friday Night, May 3, Brazos County Expo Center ; 7:00 P.M.

TJLA CAMP - Saturday Morning, May 4 Brazos County Expo Center 8:00 A.M.

Official TJLA Showmanship Show: Saturday evening, May 4, Brazos County Expo Center: 6:00 P.M.

TJLA Sanctioned Double Point Steer, Heifer, Goat, Lamb and Swine Show Sunday Morning, May 5, 2013 - 8:00 A.M.


Judges for The TJLA CAMP SHOW INCLUDE;
Steers:
Ring A: Dr. Chris Skaggs, College Station, Texas
Ring B: Chase Runyon, House, New Mexico

Heifers:
Ring A: Jim Williams, Hungerford, Texas
Ring B: Dr. Jim Mazurkowitz. Bryan, Texas

Goats:
Ring A: Eric Zimmerman, Bryan, Texas
Ring B: Dustin Cufal, College Station, Texas

Lambs:
Ring A: Dr. Billy Zanoini, Madisonville, Texas
Ring B: Dr. Jeff Ripley. College Station, Texas

Swine:
Ring A: Mr. John McKinley, Katy, Texas
Ring B: Kevin Lynch, New Caney, Texas

Steer Showmanship:
Ismaro, Cardenas, George West, Texas

Heifer Showmanship:
Victor Guerra, Lynn, Texas

Goat Showmanship:
Colt Sharpton, College Station, Texas

Lamb Showmanship:
Morgan Cabiness, Arapho, Oklahoma

Swine Showmanship:
Bradley Hodde, Brenham, Texas

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Cherie Carrabba
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The Texas Junior Livestock Association, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, has contributed more than $2,400,000 to the youth of Texas with the help of volunteers, donors and sponsors. Through its acclaimed jackpot shows and other fundraiser's, the Texas Junior Livestock Association continues to work towards the advancement of junior exhibitors in the state of Texas, not only promoting youth education and leadership, but also providing a place in every area of the state where a junior exhibitor can gain valuable experience before exhibiting an animal at a major show. In addition, the TJLA provides opportunities for prospective college students to find methods and avenues of paying for college, as well as giving college scholarships each year to graduating TJLA members. Through its sanctioned shows, educational clinics and other means, TJLA members and their families have a direct economic impact on communities throughout the state of Texas. The TJLA has been serving junior exhibitors for more than 33 years.