With the Fort Worth annual stock show and rodeo in full swing, many of Greenville’s young farm animal enthusiasts are getting ready for their own show this month.
The annual Greenville FFA Classic is scheduled for the morning of January 28th. This event is an FFA jackpot show for pigs, lambs and goats. Exhibitors are expected from all over the state.
The barn will open at 6:00 AM, check-in will be between 7:30 AM and 9:00 AM. The show will start at 10:30 am and entries can be made on the day of the show at $30 per head for all types.
The lambs and goats will be judged by Luke Parr and the pig show will be judged by Michael Lilly.
Prizes will be awarded to the Champion and Reserve as a whole, Champion of the Breed and Reserve Pigs and Lambs. Potential prizes include buckles, banners, speakers, buckets and feeders.
The market stall will be open.
The Greenville FFA Classic is looking for award sponsors with tiers ranging from $150 to $1,000 each.
The next major livestock event will be the 2023 Hunt County Fair scheduled for April 21-30.