Cal Poly's Western Bonanza Junior Livestock Show celebrated "Decades of Dedication" this past February with the 30th annual show.Continue Reading >
From custom belt buckles to banners, chairs and unique themed awards, Western Bonanza is well known for providing top-notch awards to thank and congratulate its showmanship and livestock winners.Continue Reading >
Western Bonanza began as a Mark Reichle's senior project in 1985. Nearly three decades later, Western Bonanza is considered the "Best in the West" for junior livestock shows.The students of Cal Poly's Western Bonanza are dedicated to producing a successful, family friendly and high calibur show each year. Months of planning, team meetings and class work go into the three-day extravaganza.Continue Reading >
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A team of students dedicate themselves to promoting Western Bonanza and its exhibitors through social media, newspapers and even broadcasting the shows live. During the show, family and friends of exhibitors can watch by clicking here.Click to Livestream Web Site >
A new addition to Western Bonanza in 2014 was the Wether Dam Doe Show. This is a replacement program. All does must resemble the maternal line of a meat goat. Does will be shown as a breeding animal. See Rules for additional show guidelines.Continue Reading >
Late entries will be accepted ONLINE ending midnight February 12, 2014. Late hard copy entries postmarked after February 11 may not be processed in time and could incur additional costs at show check-in.