Lamb County Jr. Livestock Show Championship Judging

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Raising our glass on National Milk Day

  • GOAT CHAMPIONSHIP DRIVE — The goat division champs were exhibited for the judge to choose the Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion goats of the 2021 Lamb County Junior Livestock Show Saturday morning, Jan. 9. (Staff Photo by Joella Lovvorn)
    GOAT CHAMPIONSHIP DRIVE — The goat division champs were exhibited for the judge to choose the Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion goats of the 2021 Lamb County Junior Livestock Show Saturday morning, Jan. 9. (Staff Photo by Joella Lovvorn)
  • Lamb County Jr. Livestock Show Championship Judging
    Lamb County Jr. Livestock Show Championship Judging
  • GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP HEWER DRIVE--These heifers were chosen from their breed championships to compete for the Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Heifer titles. (Staff Photo by Joella Lovvorn)
    GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP HEWER DRIVE--These heifers were chosen from their breed championships to compete for the Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Heifer titles. (Staff Photo by Joella Lovvorn)
  • GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP SWINE DRIVE--The different breed champions were competing for the Grand Championship titles Saturday during the 2021 Lamb County Junior Livestock Show, that was held in the Lamb County Ag and Comunity Center.
    GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP SWINE DRIVE--The different breed champions were competing for the Grand Championship titles Saturday during the 2021 Lamb County Junior Livestock Show, that was held in the Lamb County Ag and Comunity Center.
  • LAMB JUDGING-Judge Kinder Harlow, shown on the right, was checking one of the lambs, as the others wait for their turns to be examined. (Staff Photo by Joella Lovvorn)
    LAMB JUDGING-Judge Kinder Harlow, shown on the right, was checking one of the lambs, as the others wait for their turns to be examined. (Staff Photo by Joella Lovvorn)
We raise our glass to Texas dairy farmers and dairy cows as part of National Milk Day. The Jan. 11 event commemorates the day many think the first milk deliveries in glass bottles began in the United States. Alexander Campbell of the New York Dairy Company professed to the New York State Senate that his company was the first to make these deliveries in 1878. The average American consumes 18…

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