Department 2 – Dairy Cattle

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This years fair theme for the livestock departments is going to be Hometown Heroes, hope to see some really neat stall decorations around the grounds.
Dairy Barn Hero : FARMERS

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Department 2 – Dairy Cattle

DAIRY CATTLE

Open Dairy Show

Friday, August 12, 2022, 11:30 a.m.

(Holstien,Milking Shorthorn,Red & White)

Open Dairy Show

Saturday, August 13, 2022, 9:00 a.m.

(Ayrshire,Brown Swiss,Guernsey,Jersey,Lineback)

1 PM—Supreme Champion

Superintendents: Ernest Norman 570-324-2891 Janelle Davis. 570-376-2816

 

Dairy Committee: David Reese DVM., Aaron Butler, Daryl Hultz, Jason Butler, Simone Lichty, Paul Moyer, Derick Coolidge, J. Craig Williams

RULES & REGULATIONS (General & Health Rules Apply)

 

Department 2 and Department 10.2 Rules and Regulations

1.Entry blanks must be postmarked on or before July 23, 2022. Send to: Ernest Norman 7147 Rt. 414 Liberty, PA 16930

2. No entries will be accepted after this date. Please use Dairy Entry Blanks obtainable HERE or Tioga County Fairbook.

3. Entries may be made online at:

https://www.fairentry.com/Fair/SignIn/16672

4. An entry fee of $4.00 per animal or GROUP CLASS must accompany the entry blank. ALL animals and group classes must be pre-entered and prepaid. No entry fee will be charged for 4- H and FFA classes. (Dept. 10).

5. Exhibitor must provide own feed. bedding and hoses. (Troughs will not be available.)

6. Please DO NOT put baler twine or trash in manure spreader

7. Exhibitors will be expected to keep their animals in an attractive appearance and to cooperate with the show committee in every way that may serve to increase the educational value of the show.

8. The exhibitor is to keep the space in a clean and sanitary condition.

9. Cattle trucks and trailers are to be parked in the parking lot across from the upper entrance of fairgrounds.

10. NO exhibitor may have more than three (3) entries in each class.

11. Animals appearing unhealthy upon arrival may not enter the exhibition grounds.

12. Jr. Exhibitors must have all animals on the grounds no later than 3:00 p.m., MONDAY, AUGUST 8, 2022. Open show exhibitors must have all animals listed for competition on the grounds by 4:00 p.m., THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 2022. May also come in between 6:00 and 9:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 2022. All animals will be released at 8:00 p.m. Saturday, August 13, 2022.

13. No premium checks will be issued until space is cleaned.

14. No clipping or hoof trimming will be allowed in the aisles.

15. Exhibitors will be expected to display or parade their animals as directed by Superintendent; accept the stall assigned without controversy; to keep animals in an attractive appearance, and to cooperate with the Department in every way that may serve to increase the educational value of the show. Any unsportsmanlike conduct will result in dismissal.

16. Exhibitors of livestock must inform themselves as to when their stock will be judged. Stock must be in the ring promptly on call and a failure to comply with the order renders exhibitors liable to be ruled out of competition.

17. Ribbons or ornaments previously won by animals at show shall be prohibited until after the awards have been made in their respective classes by the Judge.

18. DHIA production records for 150,000 lb. Class (Holsteins) 125,000 lb. Class (Other Breeds) will be checked. Production Class Animals cannot be shown in two classes.

19. ONLY REGISTERED ANIMALS WILL BE ELIGIBLE FOR THE OPEN DAIRY SHOW, EXCEPT 4-H PROJECT ANIMALS.

 

Department 10.2 Additional Rules and Regulations

1. 4-H members must have passed their eighth birthday but not have passed their nineteenth birthday by January 1sst of the current year.

          a. Exhibitors must be 4-H members, carrying a project in the field in which they wish to make entry.

      b. All 4-H members must be a member in good standing in theTioga County 4-H program.

          c. 4-H Project and Record Books must be up to date and must be judged at the 4-H building

2. Agricultural Education Program

         a. Students enrolled in an accepted agricultural education school curriculum must be conducting a SAE (Supervised        Agricultural Education) Project in which they wish to make entry.

          b. Students enrolled in Home Economics in a comprehensive high school are considered as qualifying.

          c. All entries shall be approved prior to the fair by their Agricultural Education teach and or FFA Chapter Advisor.

3. All 4-H/FFA Entries for Department 10 must be postmarked or made online at fairentry.com to their department Superintendent on or before July 23rd 2022.

4. 4-H and FFA members must be present and have charge of their animals at the time of judging.

5. Non-Registered and leased animals will follow the same ownership dates as registered animals. 4-H Dairy Roundup specific requirements will be available from Penn State Cooperative Extension Office.

6. 4-H and FFA Members may show an animal in the showmanship competition provided it has been carried as a project and is owned by the exhibitor.

7. Substitute showman are not eligible for showmanship awards.

8. 4-H & FFA Milk Auction- Gran8. 4-H & FFA Milk Auction- Grand Champion animal of each Dairy Breed exhibited are eligible.

9. Proceeds of Milk Auction will be divided according to the following guidelines: 50% to the exhibitor, 25% to exhibitor’s club or chapter, 25% to Tioga County Dairy 4-H & FFA educational events.

10. When on exhibition in the ring, each animal must be under halter.

Dept 2  Open Dairy Show

Classes and Premiums 

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Dept 10-2 Junior Dairy Show Classes and Premiums

CLICK HERE