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Channelview FFA Livestock Show enjoys another successful year


Colton Taylor shows his Grand Champion Steer at the Channelview FFA Livestock Auction on Saturday, March 8. Taylor’s steer was purchased by Tubular Services for $7,500.

The 54th annual Channelview FFA Livestock Show celebrated another successful year as the auction highlighted the conclusion of the event at the Allen Hall Fairgrounds.


Many livestock, horticulture and craft exhibits were featured during the week. In addition, the annual parade took place before the auction with the route travelling from Schochler Elementary and Channelview High School. FFA members that served in the military served as Grand Marshals of the parade.


The highlight of the auction was the bidding for Colton Taylor’s Grand Champion Steer, which earned $7,500 with Tubular Services winning bid. Kirsten Dominy’s Reserve Champion Steer was purchased for $5,000 by Channelview Glass.


Other major winners and their buyers included:


Grand Champion Rabbits – Madison Hall, purchased by Woodforest Bank, $1,700

Reserve Champion Rabbits – Colton Taylor, purchased by Yates Remodeling, $1,500   

Grand Champion Hog – Hana Lindsey, purchased by ASI Appliances, $3,750   

Reserve Champion Hog – Madisyn Beach, purchased by North Shore Rotary, $1,500   

Grand Champion Broilers – Madisyn Beach, purchased by Dr. Donald R. Nino, $1,250   

Reserve Champion Broilers – Josh Nash, purchased by ASI Appliances, $1,400   

Grand Champion Meat Goat – Madison Hall, purchased by Tubular Services, $2,500     

Reserve Champion Meat Goat – Kirsten Dominy, purchased by Tubular Services, $2,750   

Grand Champion Lamb – Madisyn Beach, purchased by Channelview Glass, $2,000   

Reserve Champion Lamb – Madison Hall, purchased by ASI Appliances, $1,500   

Grand Champion Horticulture – Brianna Casey, purchased by Cedillo Tax Service, $1,000   

Reserve Champion Horticulture – Fernando Garcia, purchased by John Well, $700