• The National Junior Hereford Association Board: Here to Serve

  • The Junior National Hereford Expo would not be possible with out the help of sponsors and advisors

  • Champion peewee showman: Showmanship is one of the highlights of the Junior National Hereford Expo for young exhibitors.

  • As NJHA members youth have the opportunity to vie for more than $50,000 annually in scholarships and awards.

  • NJHA teaches lifelong skills preparing youth for careers in agriculture.

  • PRIDE Convention: Building Tomorrow's Leaders

  • Showing Herefords youth have a chance to travel across the country to exhibit their animals. Next summer's JNHE will be in Madison, Wis.

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Date Event Location details
06/03/16 Wisconsin Junior Hereford Preview Show Jefferson, Wisconsin details
06/03/16 Nebraska Junior Hereford Show Kearney, Nebraska details
06/03/16 Kentucky State Show, Junior Preview Show and Annual Meeting Horse Cave, Kentucky details
06/08/16 Southeast Regional Junior Hereford Show Cookeville, Tennessee details
06/10/16 Northwest Junior Regional Show Bruneau, Idaho details
06/10/16 Iowa Junior Preview Show Ames, Iowa details
06/10/16 South Dakota Junior Hereford Field Days Howard, South Dakota details
06/10/16 Wyoming Junior Hereford Show Cheyenne, Wyoming details
06/10/16 Idaho State Junior Show Bruneau, Idaho details
06/11/16 Ohio Premier Junior Show Wooster, Ohio details

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Register NOW for A Texas Style Faces of Leadership Conference, Early Deadline is June 15

 Sign up now for the 2016 Faces of Leadership-PRIDE Convention. Visit the Faces of Leadership page for more information. >> Register here.

Junior National Hereford Expo Final Entry Deadline

A Hereford Scene In 2016, Madison, Wis., July 9-15, 2016

Final Entry Deadline: June 1st - ONLINE ENTRIES ONLY!

To register, click here.

Don't Wait to DNA Test JNHE Steers ... Do it Now

Steer exhibitors at the 2016 Junior National Hereford Expo (JNHE) must submit DNA for their steers by April 1, before they can enter for the show (according to new AHA rule, all steers must have a basic DNA test on file at the association). Once exhibitors have received the DNA results, the exhibitor can then ENTER his or her steer for the JNHE.

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