Smith County Youth Expo: supporting future of agriculture

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WEBXTRA: Smith County Youth Expo by Jeff Chavez

SMITH COUNTY, TX (KLTV) - The 2019 Smith County Youth Expo kicked off on February 27 at the Bullard ISD ag science facility.

During the event, which exists to keep young people invested and interested in agriculture, students will compete with their market steers, barrows, broilers, roasters, rabbits, goats, lambs, heifers, and various shop projects.

Judging underway! (Source: KLTV/Jeff Chavez)
Judging underway! (Source: KLTV/Jeff Chavez)

The sale of the champions will be held on Friday, March 1 at 2 p.m. at the Bullard ISD ag science facility. According to the website, Sale of Champions is a premium livestock sale and gives the youth exhibitors a chance to be financially awarded for their hard work and financial investment in the projects they have shown. If you are interested in being a buyer at the sale and have any questions, you may email SmithCountyYouthExpo@gmail.com or call 903-539-1544.

VIDEO: Youth Expo competitor discusses responsibilities, event

Daily results are being posted on the Smith County Youth Expo Facebook page. Click here to visit that page.

VIDEO: Veteran competitor looks forward to this year's Youth Expo

The ag facility is located behind Bullard High School, which is located at 1426 S. Houston Street.

The expo brings students together who have shared interests (Source: KLTV/Jeff Chavez)
The expo brings students together who have shared interests (Source: KLTV/Jeff Chavez)

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