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Taylor  
floresville  
January 31, 2012 12:22pm
 
Kim,
Please take into consideration that these family's have a year of hardwork and a lot of money invested they are extremely stressed out and sleep deprived when their efforts are going to be judged that day. They are more frustrated about the condition of the facilities than anyone else, they receive no tax dollars at the show barn it's completely self supportive not like are baseball soccer and football programs the county contributes basically nothing except I do believe the sheriffs department sends deputies for security and occasionally inmates to help during project validation. Perhaps you have never participated in an event such as this but it takes the entire family working as a team to do this you won't find many dysfunctional families competing at these shows its truly an amazing lifestyle for a family because a child's team members are his family. It has to be done as a family it delves into so many aspects from nutrition to family trust and budgeting. It takes huge amounts of perseverance dedication hard work and( money) you win as a family and lose as family it's a gut wrenching feeling at a stockshow when your entire family's year long effort is being judged so realize that yes you may have unintentionally been treated rudely as a spectator by intense families involved in this lifestyle. Its a great way to raise your family working daily with your family on livestock projects and traveling the state on weekends working as a team to exhibit them surrounded by other families who are working as a family team to do this you rarely see a dysfunctional family last for long in this lifestyle so you can bet that the families your family will be surrounded by are hardworking successful and functional families who have learned to depend and trust on each other, you won't have to worry much about the other kids your kids become friends with at these events because odds are those kids come from another strong family and have been raised well.
     
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