State Livestock Show

Welcome to the LSU AgCenter Livestock Show.

Welcome to the 83rd LSU AgCenter Livestock Show. This event provides an opportunity for some of the most outstanding youth in the state to receive recognition for their hard work in learning how to raise and care for a wide array of animals.This educational event includes both 4-H and FFA members, and both organizations help to develop future Louisiana leaders. This show provides a glimpse of some of the best young people in the state and some of the most significant outcomes of our youth development programs. The experiences gained through 4-H and FFA, and specifically through caring for and exhibiting livestock, help young people develop into responsible citizens, community leaders and strong contributors to the Louisiana workforce.

The 2018 State Livestock Show will take place Feb. 12-17, 2018, at the Lamar Dixon Expo Center in Gonzales, Louisiana.

Use the links below to access the 2018 State Livestock Show catalog. In addition to rules and regulations for the Livestock Show, this catalog contains information on special awards by breed associations, other organizations and individuals. It also lists association rules for some breeds of cattle and for Louisiana-bred market animals. It is up to each exhibitor to read all rules and information found in the State Livestock Show General Catalog. These segments are for your convenience and quick reference.

The management of the Livestock Show has done its best to ensure that this information is current and correct. However, neither the LSU AgCenter nor the livestock show management accepts responsibility for the accuracy of this information on special rules formulated by other organizations. Likewise, the LSU AgCenter and its employees do not accept responsibility for awards (cash or otherwise) provided by others. This includes trophies, plaques, scholarships and cash awards shown as provided by breed associations, organizations or individuals.

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