This year's participants wrapped the auction up with a total of $15,345,020 in sales.
In a video posted to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo's Facebook page, the winning participants were seen celebrating with their awards at the event.
"When you're at the Houston Livestock and Rodeo, you do your part," President and CEO Chris Boleman said. "It's a piece of the puzzle. And, absolutely, what we were able to do with the auctions [was] overwhelming, but at the same time, we're so accustomed to it. And [it's] because everybody believes so strongly in what we do."
The winner of the Junior Market Grand Champion Steer made a $400,000 sale this year.
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Officials with the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo said their goal is to "promote agriculture by hosting an annual, family-friendly experiences that educate and entertains the public, supports Texas youth, showcases Western heritage and provides year-round educational support within the community."
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