Discount tickets available for Saturday, Jan. 19 rodeo and grounds admission.
Four distinct campus groups hosted CSU’s booth at the eighth annual Denver County Fair, held at the National Western Complex in north Denver. The event broke its own attendance record last weekend, attracting nearly 20,000 people.
This year, five veterinary students accompanied Dr. Tim Holt at the Stock Show to tour the grounds, collect urine samples for drug tests and serve as backups to veterinarians.
The 16-day National Western Stock Show is filled with action-packed rodeos, stimulating exhibits and myriad vendors, all celebrating America's Western heritage. The Exceptional Rodeo, now in its 35th year, adds a particularly special element to the Stock Show's lineup each year, delivering a firsthand rodeo experience to children with physical and developmental disabilities.
This prestigious award that recognizes those who embody the spirit and determination of the Western pioneer and perpetuate the West’s agriculture heritage and ideals.
Colorado State University celebrated its more than century-long relationship with the National Western Stock Show on Jan. 13, 2018.
Each year, CSU students are provided the opportunity to participate in the University’s Ag Adventure program, leading up to and during the annual National Western Stock Show, held each January in Denver.
Two national leaders - former Iowa Governor and U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack and former senior advisor for international education at the US Agency for International Development Christie Vilsack - will join the Colorado State University team, in part to advise efforts surrounding the planned National Western Center.
Energy-saving and recycling practices play a major part in the plans for the upcoming National Western Center.
Avelyn Munoz sat excitedly in her fringe cowboy boots on Tuesday morning at the National Western Stock Show. She didn’t know what to expect when she went into the arena, but she knew it was the day she would become a cowgirl.