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2016 Show Was a Success

Nearly 385 youth participated in the Kendall County Junior Livestock Show, which ended with a record sale January 10, 2015. The sale totaled more than $860,000. “We had a very competitive year and very competitive group of kids.” said Kendall County AgriLife Extension Agent Stephen Zoeller. The sale and the buyers were unbelievable.” More than 700 different buyers directly bought or contributed to a cartel, sometimes with as little as a $25 donation.

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Kendall County Youth Agriculture & Equestrian Center

The Youth Agriculture & Equestrian Center is located on a 33+/- acre tract adjacent to the 405-acre Joshua Springs Park and Preserve on IH-10 between Boerne and Comfort. The Center is a joint project between Kendall County 4-H Horse Club and Kendall County Junior Livestock Show to develop a youth agricultural, equestrian, and educational complex. The land has been made available by Kendall County through a 99-year lease to the organizations. The County has received a matching $500,000 Outdoor Recreation grant from Texas Parks & Wildlife on behalf of the Horse Club and Junior Livestock. The youth organizations have raised more than $688,000 cash and in-kind contributions as the match. A matching grant for the restroom facility has also been received from Cordillera Shindig, the Lower Colorado River Authority though Bandera Electric Cooperative, and Kendall County. The project has 501 (c) c status and contributions are tax deductible. For more information, please visit the website

Kendall County Fairgrounds
1307 River Road
Boerne, TX 78006