Several members of the Blanco FFA and Blanco Jr. FFA traveled to Johnson City to take part in the annual Blanco County Fair Livestock Show, where more than 150 animals from surrounding counties competed in the lamb, goat, and steer shows. On Friday night, more than 70 lambs were exhibited. Leading the way for the local FFA members was Dalton Savanich. Dalton won Grand Champion with his Champion Medium Wool. Also winning a breed champion rosette was high school FFA member, Trevor Hardin, in the fine wool division. Other FFA members placing in top of their respective classes included Tyler Hardin, Lainie Parker, and Logan Parker.
In addition to the lamb show on Friday night, more than 50 goats were shown in the adjoining ring, with Jr. FFA member Hannah Garrett leading the way with a 4th place ribbon. Other goat exhibitors receiving ribbons included Maggie Reininger, Lauren Winn, and Alli West.
On Saturday, the livestock show came to a conclusion with the steer show. Over 30 head of steers went through the ring, with Blanco Jr. FFA member Kolby Marek being named Grand Champion with his Champion American Breed steer. Also winning a champion buckle was Jr. FFA member Kelton Marek in the Exotic Division. Reserve Breed Champions went to Brenna Wallace in the British Division and Carly Haack in the American Division. Other steer exhibitors receiving ribbons included Carlin Green and Asher Haack. In the showmanship competition, senior Kylie Leachman won the senior division, while Carly Haack took top honors in the junior class.