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4H Livestock Department Rules

Beef – Dairy – Goats – Llama/Alpaca - Sheep – Swine

  • Entries can be placed through the on-line entry system or on the paper forms available at the Fair office. Entries are due no later than July 25 th unless the 25th is on a weekend, in which case entries will be accepted the following Monday without penalty. Entries placed later than these dates will incur a $25.00 per head late fee through July 31 st. Entries may not be accepted after July 31 st.
  • Only blue and red ribbon winners in 4H and FFA Beef or Dairy are eligible to enter Open Class Beef and Dairy classes.
  • 4H and FFA may enter Open Class Dairy or Beef provided there is a minimum of 10 Open Class cattle per breed or 2 exhibitors.
  • All animals shown in 4H must be housed in the 4H barn while at the Fair.
  • FAILURE TO ENTER AND COMPETE IN FITTING AND SHOWING WILL RESULT IN FORFEITURE OF ALL PREMIUMS.
  • All animals must be clipped prior to entering the fairgrounds. Touch up clipping for Fit and Show or type classes must be done by the 4H member only. Any other supervision must have permission of the Superintendent. Premiums will be pulled.
  • It is required that each club supply a wheelbarrow for removal of manure, and neat tack boxes of sufficient size to store all equipment when not being used. The club/animal owner must furnish watering pails, combs, brushes, etc. for their animals.
  • The Fair Association will furnish hay and bedding. Owners must provide grain.
  • No 4H animals shall be withdrawn from the Fair before 9 p.m. Saturday of the Fair or premiums will be forfeited.
  • Self determined projects should be brought to the grounds no later than Monday of the Fair.
  • 4H Livestock leaders – Please call the Superintendent with preliminary numbers no later than June 15 th.
  • All exhibitors must be out of the barns between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m. unless they have written permission from the Superintendent.

Large Animal Round Robin

·The Overall and Reserve Champions from the Fit and Show classes in the Beef, Dairy, Goat, Horse, Llama/Alpaca, Sheep and Swine departments compete for Best Overall Showman. The contest is held Saturday afternoon. Previous Round Robin winners may not compete again in the same species division. They may compete again if they qualify in a different species.

·The overall champion will be announced and the runner-up rosettes will be awarded in no particular order.

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