Minimum market weight to sell at the Teton County Livestock Auction:
Beef 1,000 pounds
The Teton County 4-H Livestock Sale has a 1,400 pound sale cap; any 4-H Market Beef that weighs more than 1,400 pounds will be sold as a 1,400 pound animal.
Completion of Quality Assurance Training is mandatory to compete at the Teton County Fair. Failure to complete in training will result in disqualification of livestock projects.
Teton County Market Beef animals must be born and raised and living in Teton County, Wyoming at all times with the exception of leaving for livestock shows. If found in violation of this rule animals will be disqualified from Teton County Fair.
All market livestock projects (beef, swine, lamb, goat) will remain in Teton County, Wyoming after the ownership deadline (Beef: February 1, 2013, Swine, Sheep, Goat: June 1, 2013). The only exception will be for leaving for livestock shows. If found in violation of this rule animals will be disqualified from Teton County Fair.
Market livestock auction sale order will be the following order: