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Matthew Aamot                                 Superintendent

Matthew Aamot Superintendent

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Department 57

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Entry forms are due in the Fair office or can be entered on-line by July 25th. If July 25th falls on a weekend, entries will be the following Monday without penalty. Late entries will be charged a fee of $25.00 per head through July 31st. After July 31st late entries may not be accepted. Incorrect and incomplete entries will not be accepted.

HAUL IN - All early entries will be accepted the Sunday before the Fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. only. Bring late entries Monday before 9 a.m.

Vet Checks will be on Sunday from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. and on Monday from 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.

RELEASE - Animals will be released Saturday of the Fair after 9 p.m. Carry outs only – no vehicles on the grounds. Remaining stock will be released Sunday between 10 a.m. and noon.

SHOWTIMES - American Poultry Association and American Bantam Association sanctioned shows with APA and ABA sanctioned judge.

Tuesday

1 pm

Rooster Crowing Contest

Wednesday

8 am

4H, FFA and Open Class Type


1. Entries can be entered on-line or in the office by July 25th. If July 25th falls on a weekend, entries will be accepted the following Monday. Later entries will charged a late fee of $25.00 per head through July 31st. After July 31st entries may not be accepted. Incorrect and incomplete entries will not be accepted.

2. The latest edition of the American Standard of Perfection will be the guide for the judge and his/her decision shall be final.

3. The Fair Association reserves the right to put more than one specimen in a coop, providing the birds belong to the same exhibitor.

4. The judge will not award a first on any specimen unless it is worthy of a premium.

5. The management shall have the right to refuse entry to the show barn or to remove from the same, all diseased or unsightly birds and the Superintendent is expected to avail himself of this right.

6. All exhibits will be fed and cared for by the Superintendent. Due diligence will be shown against fire, theft, or injury, but the Fair Association will not be liable for damage or loss.

7. The Fair Association reserves the right to limit the entries when the entries received exceed the accommodation, or 1 bird per class

, per exhibitor.

8. All eggs laid during the show will become the property of the Fair Association and fertility destroyed.

9. It is suggested the birds be leg-banded for identification purposes.

10. A display is one cock, one cockerel, one hen, one pullet, and one trio (either young or old), all one breed or variety by one exhibitor. A pen is 3 birds.

11. A cock and two hens will constitute an old trio, and a cockerel and two pullets a young trio. Cockerels and pullets are birds hatched after September 1 of previous year, cock and hens will be all birds hatched prior to September 1 of the preceding year. All birds to be a minimum of 5 months old.

12. Cancellations or no shows should be made 4 days prior to the fair with the Superintendent.

13. Exhibitors cannot show the same birds in Open Class and 4-H / FFA.

**NOTE: REQUIRED FOR POULTRY ENTRIES: PLEASE BE SURE TO INCLUDE THE TYPE, BREED AND COLOR IN THE DESCRIPTIVE SECTION. INCLUDE AS MUCH IDENTIFYING INFORMATION AS POSSIBLE.

EXAMPLES:
TYPE - Single Comb, Rose Comb, etc.
BREED - Plymouth Rock, Polish, etc.
COLOR - Golden Lace, Silver Lace, white with silver, etc

DEPARTMENT 55A - CHICKENS - LARGE BREED

Divisions 1 through 6 all use the same lots listed below

LARGE CHICKEN CLASSES:

DIVISION A - American:

Buckeyes

Lamonas

Chanteclers

New Hampshires

Delawares

Plymouth Rocks

Dominiques

Rhode Island Reds

Hollands

Rhode Island Whites

Javas

Wyandottes

Jersey Giants


DIVISION B - Asiatic:

Brahmas

Langshans

Cochins

DIVISION C - Mediterranean:

Ancona

Minorcas

Andalusians

Sicilian Buttercups

Catalanas

Spanish

Leghorns


DIVISION D - English:

Australorps

Orpingtons

Cornish

Redcaps

Dorkings

Sussex


DIVISION E - Continental:

Campines

Houdans

Crevecoeurs

La Fleche

Faverolles

Lakenvelders

Hamburgs

Polish


DIVISION F - All Other Standard Breeds:

Ameraucanas

Naked Necks

Araucanas

Old English Games

Aseels

Phoenix

Cubalayas

Shamos

Frizzles

Sultans

Malays

Sumatras

Modern Games

Yokohamas


DEPARTMENT 55B - BANTAM CLASSES:

DIVISION A - Modern Games
DIVISION B - Old English Games
DIVISION C - Single Comb Clean Legged (Other than Game):

Anco

Lakenvelders

Andalusians

Lamonas

Australorps

Leghorns

Campines

Minorcas

Catalanas

Naked Necks

Delawares

New Hampshires

Dorkings

Orpingtons

Frizzles

Phoenix

Hollands

Plymouth Rocks

Japanese

Rhode Island Reds

Javas

Spanish

Jersey Giants

Sussex


DIVISION D - Rose Comb Clean Legged:

Anconas

Redcaps

Antwerp Belgians (d'Anvers)

Rhode Island Reds

Dominiques

Rhode Island Whites

Dorkings

Rosecombs

Hamburgs

Sebrights

Leghorns

Wyandottes

Minorcas


DIVISION E - All Other Combs Clean Legged:

Ameraucana

Le Fleche

Araucana

Malays

Buckeyes

Polish

Chanteclers

Shamos

Cornish

Sicilian Buttercups

Crevecoeurs

Sumatras

Cubalayas

Yokohamas

Houdans


DIVISION F - Feather Legged:

Booted

Frizzles

Brahmas

Langshans

Cochins

Silkies

Faverolles

Sultans

OTHER POULTRY


DEPARTMENT 55C – TURKEYS
DIVISION
A - TURKEYS

DEPARTMENT 55D – DUCKS
DIVISION A - DUCKS

DEPARTMENT 55E – GEESE - All breeds and varieties as listed American Standards of Perfection.
DIVISION A - GEESE

DEPARTMENT 55F – MISCELLANEOUS
QUESTIONS, PLEASE CALL SUPERINTENDENT

DIVISION A - GUINEA FOWL
DIVISION B - PEA FOWL
DIVISION C - PHEASANTS
DIVISION D - OTHER

QUALIFYING REQUIREMENTS: Fowls will be judged by the latest Revised Edition of the American Standard of Perfection, copyrighted by the American Poultry Association, Inc.

CLASS NUMBER

PREMIUMS

1. Cock

3.00

2.50

2.00

2. Cockerel

3.00

2.50

2.00

3. Hen

3.00

2.50

2.00

4. Pullet

3.00

2.50

2.00

Group Division

5. Old Trio

7.50

5.00

4.00

6. Young Trio

7.50

5.00

4.00

Best of Display – Chickens only

7. Best display of Large Breed

8.50

6.00

4.00

8. Best display of Bantams

8.50

6.00

4.00

Best Turkey – Rosette
Best Duck – Rosette
Best Goose – Rosette
Best Large Fowl – Rosette
Best Bantam - Rosette
Best of Show - Rosette


DEPARTMENT 55G – PIGEONS
DIVISION
A – PIGEONS

PREMIUMS: 3.00 2.50 2.00
CLASS NUMBER
1. Cock
2. Cockerel
3. Hen
4. Pullet

Grand Champion Cock - Rosette
Grand Champion Hen - Rosette
Best of Show – Rosette


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