Dept 10 J – Animal & Vet. Science

Dept 10 J – Animal & Vet. Science

Premiums Blue Red White Pink $1.75 $1.50 $1.25 $1.00   CLASS 1- ADVENTURE IN DAIRYLAND Lot No. Chart or poster on breeds of dairy cattle (14”x22”) Chart or poster on dairy products or the processing of dairy pro-ducts (14”x22”)   CLASS 2 – VETERINARY SCIENCE Lot No. The Normal Animal Project Chart or poster emphasizing … [Read More]

Dept 13 J- Cats

Premiums Blue Red White Pink $2.00 $1.75 $1.50 $1.25   CLASS 1 Lot No. Poster (14″ x 22″) related to the project on topics such as care and grooming, nutrition, breeds of cats and how to recognize them, historical development of the cat, etc. Scrapbook related to the project on topics such as care and … [Read More]

Dept 8 J – Rabbits

Completed Animal Identification & Veterinarian Check form must accompany animal(s) upon arrival at Fair. Each rabbit must be identified with an ear tattoo. Limit of one rabbit per entry number. No rabbit can be entered under more than one entry number. Commercial breeds are breeds raised mainly for meat and fur. Fancy breeds are used … [Read More]

Dept 7 J – Poultry

Completed Animal Identification & Veterinarian Check form must accompany animal(s) upon arrival at Fair. For health information, refer to State Animal Health Requirements in front of the Exhibitor Handbook or contact Maxine Wachter at 988-4448 or the Grant County Extension Office at 723-2125. Each bird must be identified with a numbered leg or wing band. … [Read More]

Dept 6 J – Horses & Ponies

Horse and Pony judging will be held at 9:00 a.m. on Sunday. Members not present when classes are called will miss their class. Exhibitors should be on the grounds by 8:30 a.m. the day of judging. Horse and Pony exhibits can be removed from the grounds when judging is completed. They are not to remain … [Read More]

Dept 5 J – Dairy Goats

For health information, refer to State Animal Health Requirements in forepart of Exhibitor Handbook. Completed Animal Identification & Veterinarian Check form must accompany animal(s) upon arrival at the Fair. All exhibits are to be in place by 4:00 p.m. on Friday. The Goat Show will start with Showmanship at 9:00 a.m. Saturday. Goats with full … [Read More]

Dept 4 J – Sheep

For health information, refer to State Animal Health Requirements in forepart of Exhibitor Handbook. Completed Animal Identification & Veterinarian Check form must accompany animal(s) upon arrival at Fair. All Junior sheep exhibits are to be in place by 4:00 p.m. on Friday. The Sheep Show will start with Showmanship directly following the Swine judging that … [Read More]

Dept 3 J – Swine

For health information refer to State Animal Health Requirements in front part of Exhibitor Handbook. Completed Animal Identification & Veterinarian Check form must accompany animal(s) upon arrival at Fair. There will not be any swine breeding classes at the Fair due to Pseudorabies in swine herds in Grant County. If 16 or more animals are … [Read More]

Dept 2 J – Beef Cattle

No exhibitor may enter more than 6 animals, 2 of which must be owned by the individual showing the animal and 4 animals may be managerial. Only one animal may be entered under each entry number. For health information, refer to State Animal Health Requirements in front part of the Exhibitor Handbook. Completed Animal Identification … [Read More]

Dept 1 J – Dairy Cattle

For health information, refer to State Animal Health Requirements in forepart of Exhibitor Handbook. Completed Animal Identification & Veterinarian Check form must accompany animal(s) upon arrival at Fair. Decisions regarding contagious condition of animals made by attending veterinarian are final and will be enforced by Superintendents. All dairy cattle exhibits are to be in place … [Read More]