FFA and 4-H members will compete in the county livestock show starting Sunday at the Woodward County Fairgrounds

Weight cards for the goats, sheep, hogs and cattle that will show in the Woodward County Junior Livestock Show are due on Sunday.

The next day, Monday, the hogs will be judged beginning at 8 a.m. Ray Dean Sites of Mt. View will be the judge. Market gilts will be judged first followed by barrows.

At noon the same day the lamb lead will begin. The lamb lead competition will be composed of three divisions. Those 9 to 11 years old will be in the junior division. Twelve to 14 year olds will comprise the intermediate division. The senior division will be 15 to 18 year olds.

According to the rules, garments must be at least 60 percent wool and sewn by the contestant. The contestant does not have to own the lamb, but the animal must wear only a halter and be trained to lead with a halter.

Chris Kelln of Fairview will judge sheep and goats beginning at 1 p.m. with ewes and wethers before moving on to does and wethers at 5:30 p.m.

The final day of the show is Tuesday. Cattle will own the day. Trey Thomas of Balko will be the judge. At 10 a.m. heifers will be shown. The commercial stocker and pen awards will be handed out after the heifers show. Prospect and market steers will be shown beginning at noon. Angus will show first, followed by Hereford, Shorthorn and then AOB (any other breed).

The fitting contest will follow the cattle show. Each town is allowed one team in the contest. Standard fitting contest rules apply, but each team must be comprised of three members and at least one member must be of the opposite sex. Also one team member must be under the age of 13 as of March 19, 2009.

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