Youth Livestock Sale!

The Deer Park FFA Boosters is holding the 2020 Corona Classic Youth Livestock Sale.  This comes on the heels of several local fairs being cancelled and subsequently their youth livestock sales.

Sponsored by Knight Family Airport LLC and Deer Park FFA Alumni Boosters, The FFA Boosters group had to scramble to pull all of the details for this event together. 

Animals available include: 

  • Beef
  • Hog
  • Goat
  • Lamb
  • Rabbit
  • Poultry

CDC guidelines will be followed, including the use of masks and social distancing. Be prepared to sign a hold harmless agreement upon entering the event. Organizers ask that you bring your own chairs. Shade will be limited.

For more information:

Save the date!

  • August 22
  • 3pm 
  • Knight Boat Docks/Wall Systems

2401 E. 6th Street, Deer Park

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