Nation’s largest Stock Show University comes to Sedalia


Jaden Riley of Marshall demonstrates the proper techniques for positioning a calf during the Showman Ship presentation at Stock Show, University presented by Sullivan Supply and the Missouri State Fair Foundation, on Sunday afternoon in the Coliseum of the Missouri State Fairgrounds. The free two-day event was the largest event of its kind in United States history. The hands on event taught participants all areas of cattle exhibition. Riley, 14, attended the event two years ago and was asked by Sullivan Supply to become an assistant professor for their educational programs. See Tuesday’s Democrat for a complete story of the event.


Brett Sartin, 11, works with Bainberry, his Red Angus calf, minutes before entering the MFA Youth Livestock Arena on the Missouri State Fairgrounds Sunday afternoon. Sartin who is from Fair Grove was preparing for the Mock Show event at Stock Show University. The young man said the best part of the two day event was learning how to get Bainberry into good showman shape. One hundred thirty two active youth participants took part in the seminar hosted at the Missouri State Fairgrounds Saturday and Sunday.


Kelly Baldon from Polo combs her calf on Sunday moring in cattle barn 39 at the Missouri State Fair Grounds. A member of the Polo Trail Rangers 4-H Club, Baldon said she was grateful she attended the two day seminar because she learned a lot from the professors at Stock Show University especially about how to define the lines and body structures of her calf. The two day event hosted by Sullivan Supply and the Missouri State Fair Foundation brought some of the top fitters and experts in show cattle exhibition in the state and nation to the Fair Grounds to work with youth prior to the start of the summer competitive show season.


Jaden Riley of Marshall demonstrates the proper techniques for positioning a calf during the Showman Ship presentation at Stock Show, University presented by Sullivan Supply and the Missouri State Fair Foundation, on Sunday afternoon in the Coliseum of the Missouri State Fairgrounds. The free two-day event was the largest event of its kind in United States history. The hands on event taught participants all areas of cattle exhibition. Riley, 14, attended the event two years ago and was asked by Sullivan Supply to become an assistant professor for their educational programs. See Tuesday’s Democrat for a complete story of the event.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_tsd040416cattle1.jpgJaden Riley of Marshall demonstrates the proper techniques for positioning a calf during the Showman Ship presentation at Stock Show, University presented by Sullivan Supply and the Missouri State Fair Foundation, on Sunday afternoon in the Coliseum of the Missouri State Fairgrounds. The free two-day event was the largest event of its kind in United States history. The hands on event taught participants all areas of cattle exhibition. Riley, 14, attended the event two years ago and was asked by Sullivan Supply to become an assistant professor for their educational programs. See Tuesday’s Democrat for a complete story of the event.

Brett Sartin, 11, works with Bainberry, his Red Angus calf, minutes before entering the MFA Youth Livestock Arena on the Missouri State Fairgrounds Sunday afternoon. Sartin who is from Fair Grove was preparing for the Mock Show event at Stock Show University. The young man said the best part of the two day event was learning how to get Bainberry into good showman shape. One hundred thirty two active youth participants took part in the seminar hosted at the Missouri State Fairgrounds Saturday and Sunday.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_tsd040416cattle2.jpgBrett Sartin, 11, works with Bainberry, his Red Angus calf, minutes before entering the MFA Youth Livestock Arena on the Missouri State Fairgrounds Sunday afternoon. Sartin who is from Fair Grove was preparing for the Mock Show event at Stock Show University. The young man said the best part of the two day event was learning how to get Bainberry into good showman shape. One hundred thirty two active youth participants took part in the seminar hosted at the Missouri State Fairgrounds Saturday and Sunday.

Kelly Baldon from Polo combs her calf on Sunday moring in cattle barn 39 at the Missouri State Fair Grounds. A member of the Polo Trail Rangers 4-H Club, Baldon said she was grateful she attended the two day seminar because she learned a lot from the professors at Stock Show University especially about how to define the lines and body structures of her calf. The two day event hosted by Sullivan Supply and the Missouri State Fair Foundation brought some of the top fitters and experts in show cattle exhibition in the state and nation to the Fair Grounds to work with youth prior to the start of the summer competitive show season.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_tsd040416cattle3.jpgKelly Baldon from Polo combs her calf on Sunday moring in cattle barn 39 at the Missouri State Fair Grounds. A member of the Polo Trail Rangers 4-H Club, Baldon said she was grateful she attended the two day seminar because she learned a lot from the professors at Stock Show University especially about how to define the lines and body structures of her calf. The two day event hosted by Sullivan Supply and the Missouri State Fair Foundation brought some of the top fitters and experts in show cattle exhibition in the state and nation to the Fair Grounds to work with youth prior to the start of the summer competitive show season.

Jaden Riley of Marshall demonstrates the proper techniques for positioning a calf during the Showman Ship presentation at Stock Show, University presented by Sullivan Supply and the Missouri State Fair Foundation, on Sunday afternoon in the Coliseum of the Missouri State Fairgrounds. The free two-day event was the largest event of its kind in United States history. The hands on event taught participants all areas of cattle exhibition. Riley, 14, attended the event two years ago and was asked by Sullivan Supply to become an assistant professor for their educational programs. See Tuesday’s Democrat for a complete story of the event.

Brett Sartin, 11, works with Bainberry, his Red Angus calf, minutes before entering the MFA Youth Livestock Arena on the Missouri State Fairgrounds Sunday afternoon. Sartin who is from Fair Grove was preparing for the Mock Show event at Stock Show University. The young man said the best part of the two day event was learning how to get Bainberry into good showman shape. One hundred thirty two active youth participants took part in the seminar hosted at the Missouri State Fairgrounds Saturday and Sunday.

Kelly Baldon from Polo combs her calf on Sunday moring in cattle barn 39 at the Missouri State Fair Grounds. A member of the Polo Trail Rangers 4-H Club, Baldon said she was grateful she attended the two day seminar because she learned a lot from the professors at Stock Show University especially about how to define the lines and body structures of her calf. The two day event hosted by Sullivan Supply and the Missouri State Fair Foundation brought some of the top fitters and experts in show cattle exhibition in the state and nation to the Fair Grounds to work with youth prior to the start of the summer competitive show season.

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