73rd Annual Cuero Livestock Show features auction to support Cuero FFA and 4-H students
"It's a really good thing for kids to do. I know I have people that I work with asking if their kids should join and I think it's a good experience for them," says Dicke, a former FFA and 4-H student.
CUERO, Texas – Cuero’s 73rd annual livestock show started on February 26 ending Friday evening with an auction.
It was a packed house in the Friar Ag Center in Cuero. This new state-of-the-art building, hosting its first event just a few months ago, is one of the best you’ll find in Texas, says one of the event organizers.
Tonight’s livestock show was a chance for Cuero FFA and 4-H students to auction off a variety of animals. Ashlyn Dicke is a former FFA and 4-H student who used to showcase her photography at the livestock show and encourages other students to get involved with FFA and 4-H.
“It’s a really good thing for kids to do. I know I have people that I work with asking if their kids should join and I think it’s a good experience for them,” says Dicke.
The new Ag Center is also selling bricks which you can have engraved. The bricks range in price and size but go towards paying for the new Ag Center.
For more information about the new Ag Center in Cuero click here.
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