The National Western Stock Show has been a Colorado tradition for more than a hundred years. The long-standing event is designed to boost food and agriculture through education while giving visitors a hands-on and up-close approach to everything that's on-site. The 16-day show has even earned the nickname “Super Bowl of stock shows.”

A Look at Colorado's National Western Stock Show Over the Years

The National Western Stock Show draws thousands of people to Denver every January. Take a look back at how it's changed over the years.

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CSU's Spur campus incldues three educational buildings: Vida, for programs in animal and human health; Terra, for food and agriculture; and Hydro, for water.

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