Livestock sale

Riley Hoyle, 16, with her Grand Champion Market Goat at the 2018 Columbia County Fair Livestock Sale of Champions.

Plans have been finalized for Junior Livestock Sale on Thursday, September 20, during the Columbia County Fair.

FFA and 4-H exhibitors will show their animals and prepare for the district and state fairs.

CLICK THE PDF to see a list of exhibitors.

A supper for supporters and buyers will be held at 5:30 p.m. before the sale in a tented area between the livestock barns and the pavilion. The meal is co-sponsored by the Rugged Cross Cowboy Church and the Magnolia-Columbia County Chamber of Commerce.

The sale starts at 6:30 p.m.

Add-on contributions are welcome. An add-on contribution is a contribution that is added to the contributor’s choice of one or more exhibitor’s bid during the premium sale.

Add-on contributors who wish to be announced during the Junior Livestock Sale should return their Add-On Sheet back to the check-in table by 5 p.m. the night of the sale, or return it immediately to The Columbia County Junior Livestock Sale, P.O. Box 1411, Magnolia, AR 71753.

CLICK THE PDF to download an Add-On Sheet.

The sale appreciates that people receiving invoices please remit payment as soon as possible after receiving the invoice.

Mike Launius, chairman of the sale, said that the generous support of contributors make it possible for exhibitors to fund trips to future shows, pay feed bills, and fund next year’s projects.

“They are responsible, hardworking, respectful individuals developing leadership skills that will prepare them for the future,” he said.

People who are not able to attend but who want to make a donation to the sale may make checks payable to the Columbia County Junior Livestock Sale, P.O. Box 1411. Magnolia, AR 71753.

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