NBYSG inaugural stock show draws 91 entries
By Nathan Diebenow
Organizers expressed great pleasure with the attendance and enthusiasm displayed at the new youth livestock show in Meridian.
“I think for our first Bosque County Expo, we had a really big turnout,” BethAnne Gann, vice president of the North Bosque Youth Support Group, said.
The inaugural show held at Meridian High School’s new FFA barn on Saturday, January 14, attracted 91 entries, mainly from FFA chapters in Iredell, Meridian, and Valley Mills. A few entries came from Clifton as well.
The entries included 49 pigs, 18 lambs, 10 goats, nine steers, five heifers, and four breeding rabbits.
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