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Oklahoma Youth Expo- Day Seven


Oklahoma Youth Expo- Day Seven Oklahoma Youth Expo

104th Annual
March 12 thru the 22, 2019

State Fair Park
Oklahoma City, Ok.


Monday, March 18

7:00am Gates Open
Sheep Office open to check Purebred Breeding Ewe registration papers

8:00am LNC Breeding Heifer Show
Ring 1 - Maine, Chianina
Ring 2 - Hereford, Red Angus

Supreme Heifer Drive will be 30 minutes following the last class of the day
MoorMan's ShowTec OYE Swine Showmanship forms due online - OYE Show Office or showmanship.okyouthexpo.org

10:00am All Sheep must be in place

10:30am Purebred Breeding Ewe registration papers must be checked and cards due - Sheep Office
MoorMan's ShowTec OYE Sheep Showmanship - Super Barn Arena
AFR Sheep Showmanship (Immediately following OYE Sheep Showmanship) - Super Barn Arena
MoorMan's ShowTec Purebred Breeding Ewe Show (Immediately following AFR Sheep Showmanship) – Super Barn
Hair Sheep, Southdown, Shropshire, Dorset, Hampshire, Suffolk
MoorMan's ShowTec Dorset Advantage Breeding Ewe Show (Following Purebred Ewe Show) - Super Barn Arena

1:00 pm MoorMan's ShowTec OYE Swine Showmanship - Barn 6 Performance Arena
AFR Swine Showmanship (Immediately following OYE Swine Showmanship) - Barn 6 Performance Arena

12:30-2:00pm Commercial Ewe cards due at self-check-in - Super Barn Arena

2:00pm Skillathon - Barn 3 Sale Pavilion

12:00-3:00pm Market Barrow cards due (except Crossbreds) at self-check-in - Super Barn Arena

3:00pm Market Barrows must be in place (except crossbreds)

10:00pm All Breeding Heifers must be out of the barns
12:00am Gates close


Our Coverage of the 2019 Oklahoma Youth Expo is a service of ITC Great Plains, Your Energy Superhighway- learn more about this high voltage, transmission only utility and their commitment to the communities they serve which is the cornerstone of their business- click here for their website.


Reports will be heard daily on great radio stations that cover Oklahoma and that are a part of the Radio Oklahoma Ag Network- on the internet- our reports of the 2019 OYE can be found on the Blue Green Gazette page- available here. We will be adding pictures daily to our official 2019 OYE Album of Photos on FLICKR, found by clicking or tapping here.


For over a hundred years, the youth of the state of Oklahoma have come to Oklahoma City to compete with the best livestock their generation has to offer. In the 1920's and the 1930's the shows formal title was "The Oklahoma City Fat Stock Show." For nearly 60 years the Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce and the dedicated volunteer base of the Sirloin Club of Oklahoma managed the show


In 1994, the event became part of the Oklahoma Spring Fair. The show was a component of the Spring Fair until its demise in 2001. In 2001 the show was taken over by a volunteer group led by Mr. Robert Funk, CEO of Express Personnel Services and Express Ranches; Mr. Clayton Bennett, Chairman of the Oklahoma State Fair Board of Directors; Mr. Eddie Smith, State FFA Director; Mr. Jimmy Harrel, Bank of Western Oklahoma; and Mr. Dennis Howard, Oklahoma Commissioner of Agriculture. The group incorporated as the Oklahoma Youth Expo, a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization.


The Expo is a program conducted by the Oklahoma Youth Expo (OYE), an Oklahoma-­based 501c(3) nonprofit in partnership with the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture Food and Forestry (ODAFF), Oklahoma State University, the Sirloin Club, the Southwest American Livestock Foundation, the Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, and the State Fair of Oklahoma. Its mission is to provide a venue and program to display the finest quality market and breeding livestock in the country that facilitates agricultural production projects, and to fund higher education opportunities for hundreds of youth pursuing studies in agriculture. OYE's success is synonymous with and driven by the success of Oklahoma's rural prosperity, thriving agriculture economy, and education of future agriculture leaders.


Today, the Oklahoma Youth Expo is recognized as the largest youth event in the state of Oklahoma. The livestock show brings over 7,000 exhibitors along with their educators and families from all of Oklahoma's 77 counties. Over the course of the ten-day event, OYE has a $24 million impact on Oklahoma City.


For more information, click here for the home page of the OYE website.


Click here for the complete schedule of all of the events at the 2019 Oklahoma Youth Expo.


Call 405-235-0404 for the OYE office in Oklahoma City.



   

 

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