Little North American Livestock Exhibition

The Little North American (LNA) show is a time honored tradition of the Department.  The event is to be held at the Garrison Arena Cattle Complex.  Current students will be exhibiting beef and dairy cattle, sheep, swine, equine, and poultry.  Its always a great experience for families and friends to visit our competitors and view the animals that Clemson's Farms have to offer! 

Friday, April 1st from 7pm - 9pm

Saturday, April 2nd from 7am - 5pm

Schedule of Events

Friday, April 1st

  • Set up activities will occur throughout the afternoon as animal arrive and students put all the final touches on grooming and stall displays.  Great opportunity to talk to students!

Saturday, April 2nd  

  • 8:00am - Show Starts
  • Students will be exhibiting Swine, Poultry, Horses, Beef Cattle, and Dairy Cattle
  • Following the last species competition, a "Round Robin" competition will take place featuring the winners of each species
  • Throughout the day, students from clubs and the AVS department will be present at booths set-up for educational purposes



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The Arena's physical address is 1101 W. Queen Street, Pendleton, SC 29670. We have bookmarked this location on Google Maps for you.

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The T. Ed Garrison Livestock Arena is easily accessible from I-85, a major North-South route through the Southeast. The arena is located three (3) miles from Clemson, S.C., and the surrounding cities of Anderson, Pendleton, Seneca and Greenville provide extensive motel space and a variety of choice dining establishments. The Garrison Arena is equidistant to Charlotte and Atlanta (120).

The City of Clemson, just three miles away, has more than 800 hotel rooms and ample convention and meeting facilities to accommodate large groups. More than 60 restaurants offer wide variety, from cosmopolitan cuisine to the most popular fast-foods. The surrounding cities of Pendleton, Anderson, Seneca and Greenville offer extensive motel space and choices for dining. If you are interested in availabilities in nearby hotels, just click on the hotel of your choice on the map above.

Clemson University has a number of antebellum historic sites, as does nearby Pendleton. Lake Hartwell, the Clemson campus and local forests, combined with the scenic grandeur of the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains and the mild, pleasant climate, lend themselves to many outdoor pursuits during most of the year. Clemson is in season every season.