Livestock Exhibitors accept great responsibility by raising an animal for the fair and learn a great deal about Agriculture in the process: Learn how to properly evaluate livestock quality through selection and purchasing of project animal Budgeting skills through purchase of animal, feed, housing, supplies, bedding, show/grooming supplies Daily Care (feeding, watering, cleaning) requires exhibitors to spend time with their project animals every day, sometimes two or more times per day Exhibitors assume total responsibility for their project, and are advised by project leaders, parents, and advisor

What it means to be a JLA Exhibitor

Important Dates


August 9-12, 2021

The Clark County Junior Livestock Auction Committee and 4-H Exhibitors would like to SINCERELY THANK the following sponsors for their generous contributions making the 
2020 Virtual Junior Livestock Auction possible. 

Join the REVOLUTION of Responsibility!

Virtual Junior Livestock Auction  

Exhibitors, take note and read the following document on how to market your animal:

2020 JLA Champion Animals Raised By:
Due to Covid-19 the 2020 Clark County Fair was cancelled. The Junior Livestock Auction sellers did not have an opportunity to show their market livestock and have them judged. In a year when there has been so much uncertainty and so much negativity these sellers were given an opportunity to raise, photograph and video their market animals and sell them virtually on the Breeder’s World Final Drive website in August. All sellers, all market animals and all buyers were CHAMPIONS this year in the eyes of the Junior Livestock Auction!

  • Online Registration Tuesday, June 15th, 2021 to June 20th, 2021
  • Photo's, Videos, Bio's (Steers, Hogs, Sheep, Goats) due by July 15th, 2021
  • Photo's of Exhitibor and Bio (Rabbits and Poutlry) due by July 15th, 2021
  • Photos, Videos (Rabbits and Poultry) due by August 5th, 2021
  • Seller must contact Buyer for processing instructions August 13th, 2021