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The 12th Annual Big East Regional Youth and Jackpot Show

May 4-6, 2018

Contact: 413-205-5009 or
Event Location: Eastern States Exposition 1305 Memorial Ave West Springfield, MA Entry Form
Events to be held include: Youth Showmanship Competition Family Game Show Skill-A-Thon Jackpot Steer Show – Shown by weight Jackpot Heifer Show – Shown by Registered and Commercial breeds Youth Heifer Show – Both Papered and Commercial Cow/Calf Division Youth Steer Show Pizza Party Big East Family Pasta Dinner Ice Cream Social Scotch Auction Trade Show Big East Apparel. Interested in sponsoring one of these events? Contact us at or click here.

Jackpot Premiums: We will be paying out the top 5 places in each of the jackpot shows. Overall payout will be determined at the show. 2017 Payments: Champion Steer -$612.50; Reserve Champion Steer -$367.50; Jackpot Steer – 5 places paid; Champion Heifer -$1330; Reserve Champion Heifer – $798; Jackpot Heifer Show – 5 places paid.

Premiums: Cash Class premiums will also be awarded throughout the show.


Online Entry

Rules & Regs

2017 Animal Health Regs

Show Schedule

East Coast Cattle Circuit: Nomination Form

Membership Form

Points Form

Rules & Regulations

Bedding is provided. As a service to our exhibitors, Eastern States Exposition livestock office will be selling shavings and straw for tieouts. We encourage you to take advantage of their competitive pricing and buy supplies at the show.
Show Supplies Onsite: Twist of Fate will be at our event selling livestock products and offering sharpening services. Call 860-759-9335 or visit them online at We encourage you to stock up on your supplies at the event to avoid paying shipping fees. If you need steel equipment order ahead for Big East delivery.
The Big East event is sponsored and supported by the New England Junior Hereford Association,New England Hereford Association, Southern New England Simmental Association and Eastern States Exposition, as well as local businesses and farms that are committed to preserving agriculture in the northeast.
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