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Please check this page regularly for updates related to the COVID-19 situation.

Sheep, Goat, and Cattle Exhibitors:

Due to COVID-19 social distancing guidelines, sheep, goat, and cattle will be allowed to bed in trailers instead of the barn. Stalls will still be available for those who would like to use them.


As we enter into the 2021 Lamb County Jr. Livestock Show, we do so in the midst of a pandemic, and under a set of conditions unlike any we have previously faced. By their very nature, events such as this livestock show draw crowds that congregate in close quarters. However, this year, to protect the health of all involved, we must take precautions. While we have always encouraged all who can to come to support all youth, this year we are requesting that those who come to watch any parts of the Show, abide by the recommended COVID-19 guidelines below, watch only the events of particular interest to them, and then exit the show barn so that appropriate social distancing may be observed throughout the day. We strongly discourage anyone who has underlying health conditions that place them at higher risk of contracting the virus from attending at all. However, in our effort to mitigate this inconvenience, we will be live streaming the show throughout the day the Show’s Facebook page and posting updates as the day progresses. Please be responsible, considering the health of yourself and others as we provide another opportunity for our county’s youth to exhibit their livestock. Thanks in advance for your cooperation!


Recommended COVID-19 Guidelines:

  • Please wash your hands regularly.

  • Please maintain 6' distances between others.

  • Please wear a face covering at all times. Proper face coverings should cover the mouth and nose.

Food Notice:

Due to COVID-19 safety needs, the concession stand will not be open. Food services will be provided via food trucks.

To watch our show live, visit our Facebook page:



Junior Livestock Show

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