We are back home from the National Western Stock Show 2020. It was a great 4 days. Spending time with Longhorn friends new and old. There were some breeders that came away as big winners. We will all be getting ready for the next show. The ranch had some winners and some disappointments, but isn’t that a part of the “show”. The youth show was a huge success, the youngest exhibitor was 35 months. I understand there was 70 + entries and the stands were full, one of the biggest crowds since we started showing at the NWSS. I also want to congratulate Wildfire’s ranch manager (wife and boss, Nicky) in her selection as the new president for the Mountain Plains TLBAA Affiliate. The 2020 show was the last in the “historical stockyard”, 2021 will be the first in the “New Yard”. The new Stockyard Center Complex, a $768M project, is scheduled to be complete in 2026. A lot of new construction but they are saving many of the historical buildings and items (wood, hinges, locks and gates from the stock pens). The link to the complex is (www.nationalwesterncenter.com) check it out. We took 6 animals to the show and returned home with 7. We purchased a very nice grulla cow from Toby Johnson. His son Chris brought her down to Denver saving us a long drive to Big Horn Wyoming. We have some great expectation from Wyo Silver for the future.