Justin Jonas explained how the new facility benefits the stock and rodeo show.
"It gives us a huge sigh of relief out here that we've actually have another facility that we can house these types of shows."
Jonas said that the newest addition to the show allows more space for stock shows and other events that at one time were extremely difficult to do.
"The ceiling was so low and it had so many pipes holding it up, so it was really hard to bring anything in, to set up for a show, even if it was for information or for education for kids it was even hard to have something in here."
Jonas says over the last decade the old cattle barn has had very little activity other than exhibits and children's activities but now the new and improved barn can now be fully utilized.
"It's kind of ironic that the oldest building that was here last year is gone and this is going to be the newest one this year. It's something exciting to see and to see the future growth."
The new $1.2 million barn that will be ready by February 9th.