2017 All American National Junior Show
July 3-8, 2017 • Texarkana, AR
Four States Fairgrounds
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Code: AJBCut Off: June 19, 2017
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General Information about the “All American”
The main event of the All American consists of two days of cattle exhibition where youth have the opportunity to exhibit both bulls and females in their respective divisions.
BRED & OWNED SHOW
This competition gives AJBA members a chance to produce their own champions. In this show, members exhibit cattle that they have bred and raised themselves.
F-1 FEMALE SHOW
New to the AJBA All American, a F-1 Female Show will give AJBA members to exhibit Golden Certified/Certified F-1 females at the All American. F-1 females MUST be certified through the ABBA F-1 Program Certificate Option and Certificates MUST be in the exhibitors name prior to May 1, 2014. For the complete list of guidelines view the 2014 All American entry packet.
SCHOLARSHIPS & AWARDS
Over $50,000 in awards and scholarships are given at the All American. Scholarships are based on applicants’ scholastic merit, financial need, leadership, citizenship and participation in agriculture. Scholarships, as well as the Shawnee Bailey memorial award, are presented at the All American Awards Banquet.
To become champion showman, youth must display their animal to its best potential, practice good sportsmanship and prove their knowledge and experience of proper show ring etiquette.
The All American isn’t just a cattle show, it is an all-around youth competition. Along with the cattle exhibition events, the All American provides an opportunity for youth, to demonstrate skills in different areas. The AJBA provides the following additional contests:
Queen & Princess