Burnet County Livestock Show


2020 Ag Mechanics grand champion



Tyler Patterson with his Grand Champion in Ag Mechanics project, cherry wood china cabinet. For more photos from the 2020 Burnet County Livestock show, see the Wednesday, Jan. 15 issue of the Burnet Bulletin.



Burnet County Livestock Show schedule

Savanna Gregg/Burnet Bulletin
Jordan Erickson will join her fellow students in the 2020 Burnet County Livestock Show, taking place today, Jan. 9 through Saturday, Jan. 10 at the Burnet County Fairgrounds.

Thursday, January 9, 2020


10 a.m. – Barn Opens

10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. – Ag Mechanics Check-in

11 a.m. – 12 p.m. – Check in, sift & classify Dairy, Angora, Boer Goats, and Breeding Sheep 

11 a.m. – Poultry sift, followed by Poultry show and showmanship

12–6 p.m. – Swine arrive in barn

1–2:30 p.m. – turn in weight cards; sift & classify Market Goats & Market Lambs 

2 p.m. – Ag Mechanics Show

3 p.m. – Weigh and sift Rabbits, followed by Rabbit showmanship, followed by Rabbit show.

3 p.m. – Dairy Goat show, followed by Angora Goat show, Boer Goat show, & Breeding Sheep show Respectively (Ring A)

5–5:30 p.m. – weigh, sift & classify Market Steers; Check-in Heifers

6–8 p.m. – weigh, sift & classify Market Swine; check-in, sift & classify Gilts 


Friday, January 10, 2020



Hard work brings stock show success to Schwausch

Left: BHS Senior Brandon Schwausch and his brother, Bryce, have both been showing broilers at the Burnet County Livestock Show for years. The two have won many recognitions and enjoy being a part of their projects. Here, they are both pictured at the 2018 show, in which they and their broilers performed very well.
Right: Schwausch ensures his broilers are fed properly and well taken care of at his home as he prepares them for the 2019 Burnet County Livestock Show, which will continue now through Saturday, Jan. 5







By Savanna Gregg

Staff Writer

Burnet Bulletin

The New Year has made its appearance, and on its heels the 2019 Burnet County Livestock Show. Students from Burnet and surrounding counties have been preparing for this weekend from sun-up to sun-down, and have dedicated their time, hard work, and determination to bring their best stock and Agricultural Mechanics projects to the show.

Burnet High School senior Brandon Schwausch has been showing broilers since sixth grade, and has performed well throughout his Livestock Show career. He even earned Reserve Grand Champion his first year competing.

“My parents have been a huge help this whole time,” Schwausch said. “I couldn't do anything without them, or my ag teachers, especially Mr. (Brandon) Evans. It is amazing to have a teacher like him.”

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