JNHE Inclusive Sponsorship Packages

One of the largest junior beef breed shows in the world, the JNHE is the highlight of the National Junior Hereford Association’s (NJHA) summer activities. It is held each summer and is known to many as the ultimate family vacation.

This summer spectacular provides an opportunity for competition of both junior members and their cattle projects along with plenty of events for the entire family. During the week, more than 800 Hereford youth from 40 states will converge on the host city to exhibit 1,300 head of Hereford cattle, and participate in more than 20 leadership and personal development competitions. More than 3,000 spectators will be in attendance throughout the weeklong event.

There are several ways you may support the JNHE and make an impact on the lives of agriculturally driven youth who are the future of the Hereford breed and future employees of countless national agribusiness companies. With your valued support, the JNHE will be an unforgettable learning experience for National Junior Hereford Association members.

Click here to view our sponsorship opportunities

For more information, contact:

Amy Cowan, AHA
816-842-3757
acowan@hereford.org

Darla Aegerter
402-643-8122
daegerter@neb.rr.com

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