In the fourth installment of our “On the Road to the Majors: Preparing for a Major Stock Show,” Shelly McQuaig and her husband Paul discuss the North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE).
Our “On the Road to the Majors: Preparing for a Major Stock Show“ series continues. Our next interview is with Abby George who will discuss the National Western Stock Show in Denver, Colorado.
We have officially entered Junior Nationals show season. As promised in “On the Road to the Majors: Preparing for a Major Stock Show,” we will be providing a series of interviews with folks who attend Major shows to give our readers inside information about these shows. We’re going to begin our series with an interview with our very own TJ Mills.
As you walk into the ring at a Major, you will feel excitement, nervousness, and fear. Remember that you are at the show to compete. You have worked hard to make it to the show, and you deserve the opportunity to show off your animal. Even if you don’t feel up to par with the rest, just remember at one point everyone is a beginner.
There are varying opinions on what can be considered “proper” cattle showmanship attire. In this article, we will discuss what we consider to be important pieces of the right show-ring look so that you (or your young showman) will look the part at your next show.
We here at the Silver Barn believe that youth need to be recognized for their hard work and dedication to their projects. They deserve to be proud of their accomplishments.