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Livestock Information, Rules, & Forms

Important Announcements

We are planning for the 72nd Annual Pasadena Livestock Show. The dates of the show are September 24 - October 2, 2021.

Rules, show schedule and important dates are posted below. Please note that the entry form has been updated. Please use this updated form when submitting entries. Thank you!

We are extending the deadline for turning in Individual Ag Mechanics entries until 5 pm on September 1st.

We are sorry to announce that we will not be hosting a Livestock Judging competition. We look forward to bringing it back in 2022.

Cattle judge - Mr. Levi Richards
Swine judge - Mr. Curt Muehlstein
Lamb/goat judge - Mr. Cooper Bounds
Poultry judge - Mr. Micah Osburn
Rabbit judge - Mr. Frank Farrow
Ag mechanics judge - Mr. Chris Jones
Floral design judge - Mr. Ed Mills

Please contact us at
Sam Ferrugia III - 281-642-9180
Karen Newlander - 713-261-5580

About Us

The Livestock Committee works year round to support the Agricultural Science programs in our community’s high schools. Students at Pasadena, Deer Park, La Porte, and Clear Creek ISD high schools who are in Ag science classes and are active members of the FFA are eligible to participate in the PLS&R Livestock Show. Residents of Today's Harbor who are enrolled in high school are also eligible.

Exhibitors may participate in one, or many, of the competitions available to them. Students can choose to raise an animal (rabbits, turkeys, broilers, lambs, goats, hogs or steers) and show them here for a chance to participate in the PLS&R Livestock Auction. Each year the PLS&R Livestock Auction awards hundreds of thousands of dollars of prize and scholarship money to these hard-working students. Students may also participate in our heifer show, agricultural mechanics show or floral design show. These FFA students are eligible to receive one of the many scholarships awarded by the PLS&R Association each year.

Students may also compete in the Calf Scramble, which takes place during the Rodeo performance most nights. Each evening, around 25 students attempt to catch 6 calves, place a halter on one and lead it to the center of the arena to win a gift card and bragging rights!

The Livestock Show Schedule is posted here and we invite everyone to come out and support the youth of our community. The Livestock Barn is also open before the rodeo performances, so bring the family and come out and visit. See the animals and meet some of the exhibitors! Please remember that the Livestock Barn is a no smoking, no alcohol environment.

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