From Staff Reports
The Yukon FFA and Miller 4-H programs involving Yukon High School students had success at this year’s Canadian County Junior Livestock Show and Sale.
Between Yukon FFA and Miller 4-H, there were33 students make the Canadian County Premium Sale with their market animals and two students received scholarships!
“WOW’ is all I can say” said Dustin Beams, Yukon FFA advisor.
The Canadian County Junior Livestock show came to a close Tuesday night at the fairgrounds in El Reno.
Youth from across the county involved in FFA and 4-H programs showed cattle, sheep and goats. The top 78 animals judged made the premium sale Tuesday in the livestock arena.
An online auction was held at kencarpenterauction.com.
The auction was in-person and online for those concerned with COVID-19. With cass on the decline and more people receiving vaccines, the Canadian County Fair Board voted to allow a reduced crowd in the livestock arena to watch the live auction.
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