Midland County Livestock Show
2019 Schedule of Events
January 9 - 12, 2019
Wed, Jan. 9
8:00 AM Begin weighing & classifying Swine
4:00 PM Lambs & Goats can move into Barns
4:00 PM Steers and Heifers can move into Barns
7:00 PM Weigh-in closes for swine
Thurs, Jan. 10
9:00 AM All species must be in the barns
9:00 AM Begin weighing & classifying of Lambs & Goats
9:00 AM Begin weighing & classifying Steers and Heifers
10:00 AM Weigh in Rabbits & Poultry
11:00 AM Weigh-in and check in closes for All Species
12:00 Noon Poultry Show
Rabbit Show (immediately following Poultry)
PeeWee Rabbits (immediately following Rabbits)
5:00 PM Swine Show
Pictures of swine will be taken on Thursday, during and after the show.
Friday, Jan. 11
8:00 AM Market Goat Show
Breeding Goat Show (immediately following Market Goats)
Market Lamb Show (immediately following Goats)
12:00 Noon Horses can move into barns and check in.
1:00 PM Heifer Show
Steer Show (immediately following Heifers)
5:00 PM Horse show (or 30 Min after Steer Show)
Pictures of Lambs, Goats, Steers and Horses will be taken on Friday immediately after they are shown.
Sat. Jan. 12
10:00 AM Judging of Culinary Arts
11:00 AM Bar-B-Que Dinner served to public
11:00 AM 500 - Club Invitational Luncheon
12:45 PM Pee-Wee Goat Show - entries limited to children 7 & under
1:00 PM Welcome to Sale
1:10 PM Premium Auction Sale and Awards
Pictures of premium rabbits & poultry will be taken immediately after leaving Sale Ring on Saturday.
The Midland County Livestock Show is annually sponsored by the Midland County Livestock Association in cooperation with the County Agents, Vocational Ag Instructors and the 4-H and FFA clubs of Midland County. This show, the 66th, is staged to recognize the efforts of the youth of Midland County in feeding, fitting and showing fine livestock.
We feel that the success of the show largely depends on the success of the Auction Sale.
We want to express our sincere thanks to all the members of the Livestock Association, the spectators, buyers, parents, and workers. It takes the efforts of all of you to make this show a success.
Officers and Directors of the Midland County Livestock Association