Kendall County Youth Agriculture & Equestrian Center is a joint project of Kendall County Jr. Livestock Association, Kendall County 4-H Horse Club, Kendall County, and Texas Parks & Wildlife.  Conveniently located between Comfort and Boerne and adjacent to Joshua Springs Park and Preserve, the Center is the new home to Jr. Livestock and the Horse Club.

     Jr. Livestock and 4-H programs benefit the County‚Äôs youth as they learn to set and accomplish goals, help raise money for their college education, and learn leadership and service skills.  A healthy youth population enhances the quality of life in the County.

KC Jr. Livestock Association

 Dating from 1939, Kendall County Jr. Livestock Association is one of the most successful junior livestock programs in the state.

Facility Components

The Center includes a 72,000+ square-ft. covered showbarn and arena, which will be rented for equestrian events or other activities.

The Kendall County 4-H Horse Club is a non-profit organization offering youth horse enthusiasts the opportunity to get involved improving the quality of life for children.

KC 4-H Horse Club

Programs and Events

Kendall County Jr. Livestock Show and Sale
Livestock shows and jackpots

Ag in the Classroom / Farm Day
Equestrian events