GENERAL LIVESTOCK 1.
LIVESTOCK HEALTH REQUIREMENTS: same as for open class. 2.
All animals will be vet inspected before being stalled. 3.
All livestock, poultry and rabbits must be in the ownership of the 4-H or FFA member by May 31 with the exception of market beef, which is March 31st.
Pre-register all entries at the County Extension Office by August 1st. 4.
Photos of all sale livestock must be taken at designated time or they will not sell. 5.
Animals may be entered in only one class except that the calf from the cow-calf pair class can be shown as an individual.
Also bred futurity yearling heifers may show in their respective breeds’ classes. 6.
All livestock must be housed in assigned stalls and pens.
All beef and dairy cattle, including calves, must be tied with a halter and necktie with no more that 3 feet of lead rope. 7.
Junior calves may be entered from 7:00-8:00 am on Friday and released at 5:00 pm on Friday. 8.
All cattle blocking chutes and sheep blocking stands must be set up in designated areas only. 9.
One tack trailer per 4-H club or 2 tack trailers per FFA chapter can be parked in designated space.
Permits must be attached to trailers. 10.
Should a conflict of rules and regulations arise concerning the showing or sale, contact the department superintendent to resolve the situation at hand. 11.
If pen(s) are not cleaned by 5 pm Saturday, or exhibit is removed early, a cleaning fee or penalty of $50 per exhibitor will be assessed on sale check.
If no sale check is received, you will be barred from exhibiting the next year unless you pay $50. 12.
One set of trophies will be given for both 4-H & FFA with 4-H rules setting the standards.
The FFA Chapters and 4-H Leaders Assn.
Will each solicit sponsors. 13.
Exhibitors must keep their pens, stalls and alleys clean and clear of obstructions. 14.
A brand inspection, bill of sale, COOL needs to be turned in on all livestock species during the registration and weigh-in for 4:00-6:00 pm on Wednesday. 15.
Ownership of sale livestock changes from 4-H or FFA member to buyer when sold in sale ring.
The 4-H or FFA member is to properly care for their sale animal until 5:00 pm on Saturday. 16.
DRESS CODE: A. 4-H Beef, Sheep and Swine exhibitors must wear a long or short-sleeved dress shirt or blouse of any color and long, dark colored jeans or pants.
Hard soled shoes or boots with closed toes. B. 4-H Dairy Exhibitors (cattle and goats) must wear a white shirt or blouse, black pants and hard soled shoes with closed toes. C. 4-H Horse exhibitors must wear a long or short sleeved white shirt or blouse with a collar and dark blue western style denim jeans, western hat and western boots.
Ties, scarves, pins, gloves, vest and similar accessories are prohibited. D.
No hats are to be worn when showing dairy cattle, dairy goats, or sheep. E.
No commercial advertising of any sort may be on clothing or on the equipment in the show ring.
However, the wearing of clothing with a 4-H emblem is encouraged. F.
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