National Junior Angus Show


Indiana Junior Members

Watch again : Day 3 (7/11)
Watch again : Day 2 (7/10)
Watch again : Day 1 (7/9)
Watch again : Cook-Off Contest
Watch again : Opening Ceremonies

Class Breaks : Wednesday & Thursday
Class Breaks : Friday & Saturday

2014 National Junior Angus Show
Indiana State Fairgrounds
Indianapolis, Indiana

NJAS Cattle Shows Results

More than 1,000 head of cattle are expected to walk through the NJAS showring throughout the week-long event. Stay tuned to this website for up-to-date show results and information.

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    Also - plan to tune in to a special NJAS episode of The Angus Report at 7:30 a.m. (central) Monday, July 21 on RFD-TV.

    What’s happening at the NJAS

    While the cattle shows are the main attraction at the NJAS, the week also includes the showmanship competition, junior activities and a variety of life-skills contests. Sponsored by the Indiana Junior Angus Association, the NJAS is themed “Angus in the Heartland - You gotta love it!”

    The week-long event kicks off with the Parade of States during the Opening Ceremonies at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. Indiana has hosted the show as recently as 2006 and is excited to make this event a fun filled and educational week for junior Angus enthusiasts from across the country as well as their families.

    The classes offered will provide opportunities for juniors to exhibit their owned heifers, bred-and-owned heifers, cow-calf pairs, steers, and bred-and-owned bulls.

    Additional events will include the National Showmanship Contest, NJAS Carcass Steer Contest, Cook-off Contests, and educational contests that include: prepared and extemporaneous public speaking, career development, graphic design, writing, photography, livestock judging, and video and poster competitions.

    More information regarding the NJAS program can be accessed online at

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