Garrison, Douglass girls' calves win top honors at Nacogdoches Jr. Steer Show

Garrison, Douglass girls' calves win top honors at Nacogdoches Jr. Steer Show
Reserve Champion steer owner, Sarah Lowery of Douglass says Snowman is the sweetest steer she’s ever owned. (Source: KTRE Staff0
Reserve Champion steer owner, Sarah Lowery of Douglass says Snowman is the sweetest steer she’s ever owned. (Source: KTRE Staff0

NACOGDOCHES, TX (KTRE) - Girls ruled at this year's Nacogdoches Junior Steer Show.

Earlier, today Garrison FFA sixth grader Kloe Stokes', Charolais-cross steer, Finn, was selected as grand champion.

The reserve was Douglass High School sophomore Sarah Lowery's steer, Snowman.

The steers are the best out of 33 in this year's show.

"He's a good calf. He works good at home, and he works here and I'm proud of him," Stokes said. "I walk him. I feed him and make sure he was doing good. And I want to thank everyone who helped me."

"He's so sweet. He's been the best calf I've had in a long time," Lowery said of her calf. "He showed really well. I'm really happy with how it came out."

The premium steer auction gets underway at 6:30 at the Nacogdoches County Exposition Center. The rodeo follows.

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