EXHIBITORS

CCJLA Registration Form

CCJLA 2024 Rule Book

4H Enrollment 

4H Market Animal Rubric 2024
 

FFA AET Record Book Rubric

Livestock Insurance Form

Premium Per Species

Forms should be mailed to:

Country Financial
Jeffery McMeans
6340 McLeod Dr #3
Las Vegas, NV 89120

If you have any questions please call Jeff at 702-547-0018

Why show livestock at the Clark County Fair? 
A livestock project teaches exhibitors many valuable lessons that prepare them for the future: 
Responsibility- Feeding animals twice a day, exercising, and grooming. Animal care takes effort and proper care will result in livestock looking their best in the show ring. 
Financial Sense- Budgeting, getting and paying off loans, keeping records, determining the price needed to make a profit, and saving for the next project or for the future are skills that are learned through a livestock project. We believe our youth have an advantage because most people don’t learn these skills until adulthood. 
Competition, Sportsmanship, Leadership, and Friendship are other important skills our youth learn. 

How do I get involved? 
*Sign-up for a 4-H club or take an Agricultural Education Class in High School and become a member of FFA. Leaders are invaluable in teaching exhibitors and their parents where to purchase animals and what they need to do to be successful. 

*Contact your local extension office to sign-up for 4-H 
Logandale Extension Office 702-397-2604 
Las Vegas Extension Office 702-222-3130 
Lincoln County Extension 775-726-3109 
Nye County, Pahrump Extension Office- 775-727-5532 

Schools with FFA programs in Clark County and Lincoln County. 

*Clark County 
Las Vegas Chapters- Canyon Springs FFA. 
Northwest CTA FFA
West Career and Tech Academy FFA
Moapa Valley FFA
Sandy Valley FFA
Virgin Valley FFA 

*Lincoln County 
Lincoln County FFA 
Alamo- Pahranagat Valley FFA 

Important Minimum and Maximum Weights for Fair Check-In
*Beef- Minimum Weight 1,000 lbs Maximum Weight = 1,450 pounds (top weight is open, but only pays to existing top [maximum] weight) 
*Swine Minimum Weight = 230 pounds Maximum Weight = 300 pounds (top weight is open, but only pays to existing top [maximum] weight) 
*Lambs Minimum Weight =100 pounds Maximum Weight = 160 pounds (top weight is open, but only pays to existing top [maximum] weight) 
*Goats Minimum Weight = 50 pounds Maximum Weight = 115 pounds (top weight is open, but only pays to existing top [maximum] weight)