East Feliciana 4-H Livestock

The East Feliciana 4-H Program is pleased to announce the inaugural Feliciana Fall Classic Livestock Show will be held, Saturday, November 13, 2021 at the Clinton Arena in Clinton, LA. More information to be posted at a later date.

About the Livestock Project

The 4-H Livestock project allows youth to learn leadership, citizenship, and life skills through hands-on learning opportunities. Participants gain independent responsibility, knowledge of production agriculture, and science through their projects. Youth can participate in the following project areas:

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LSU AgCenter Livestock Show Information

Upcoming Shows

The following Show Dates are Tentative

State Fair of Louisiana: Oct. 28 - Nov. 14, 2021 - Shreveport, LA

Feliciana Fall Classic: Nov. 13, 2021 - Clinton, LA

Parish: Jan. 13 - 16, 2022 - West Feliciana Sports Park, St. Francisville, LA

District: Feb. 3 - 5, 2022 - Lamar Dixon Expo Center, Gonzales, LA

LSU AgCenter State Show: Feb. 12 - 19, 2022 - Lamar Dixon Expo Center, Gonzales, LA

Southern University Show: February 24 - 26, 2022 - Maurice A. Edmond Arena, Baton Rouge, LA

Feliciana Fall Classic

The Feliciana Fall Classic is an East Feliciana 4-H sponsored beef show for 4-H & FFA members ages 9-19 years of age.

Entry Fee: $20/animal until Nov. 1, 2021

Breeds will be represented if they are sponsored or if 10 or more heads are entered. Miniatures are welcomes! NO STEERS!

Showmanship Entry Fee: $5 (Sign-up at check-in)

Complete registration online today!

Feliciana Fall Classic Registration

If you would information on being a sponsor of this show contact the East Feliciana 4-H Office or obtain a copy of a sponsorship form in the file section.

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