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Poultry & Rabbits

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15

4-H/FFA POULTRY SHOW
8am (SAB)

Superintendents:  Roger & Nancy Muhme
 
BBQ Special Chickens (3 same sex & breed)
Standard Chicken
Bantams
Game Birds
BBQ Special Turkeys (pair of same sex and breed)
Turkeys
Meat Pen Ducks (Pair of same sex and breed)
Ducks
Meat Pen Geese (pair of same sex and breed)
Geese
 
Birds may not compete in both single and pen/market classes. Pair and Pen entries must be the same breed and variety. Birds may not compete in both the 4-H and Open Shows. After check-in on Tuesday, all 4-H/FFA birds must remain at the fairgrounds until Sunday unless released by Superintendent for cause. Checkout is
Sunday morning by noon.
 All birds will be leg banded for the purposes of identification and judging. Do not enter birds that have been vaccinated for a contagious disease within 30 days of fair. All birds must be clean and healthy. Birds suffering from any disease or parasite will be refused entry.
 
Classes will be set according to the American Poultry Association show rules for the following species: Chicken, Bantam, Game Birds, Turkeys, Geese and Ducks. Pens and pairs will also be allowed.
 
The following definitions govern entries:
Cock, Old Gander, Old Tom, Old Drake – male bird more than one year
Cockerel, Young Gander, Young Tom, Young Drake – male bird less than one year
Hen, Old Goose, Old Hen, Old Duck – female bird more than one year
Pullet, Young Goose, Young Hen, Young Duck – female bird less than one year
Pen – one male chicken and two female chickens of the same breed and variety (chickens only)
Pair – one male bird and one female bird of the same breed and variety (not chickens)
 
OPEN POULTRY SHOW
Immediately following 4-H/FFA Poultry Show (SAB)

No exhibitor may have more than two entries in a class. Classes may be added for an unlisted breed. A class consists of: one old pen, one young pen, one single cockerel, one single pullet, one cock (one year or more), one hen (one year or more). Open Poultry exhibits (except for 4-H minis) are brought the day of the show and taken home. They are not caged at the fairgrounds. Birds may NOT compete in both 4-H and Open Shows.
 
Birds may not compete in both single and pen classes. Pigeon pair entries must be the same breed.
 
The following definitions govern entries:
Cock - male bird more than one year
Cockerel - male bird less than a year
Hen - female bird more than one year
Pullet - female bird less than a year
Yong Pen - one cockerel and two pullets
Ducks & Geese young (one year and under)
Ducks & Geese old (over one year)
 
Open Poultry Classes:
Chickens
Ducks
Turkeys
Pigeons

 

THURSDAY, AUGUST 16

4-H/FFA RABBIT & CAVEY SHOW
4-H Superintendents: Roger & Nancy Muhme
Classes are established according to the ARBA standards for judging (although this is NOT an ARBA sanctioned show).

Rabbit classes are divided into classes by breed, color, sex and age. The Rabbit Meat Pen must consist of three of the same breed, weighing between three to five pounds each and not more than 75 days old. The meat pen can be any heavy breed or cross breed and the Grand Champion may be sold at the Junior Livestock Sale.
 
4-H/FFA RABBIT SHOWMANSHIP
8am (SAB)

Senior Rabbit Showmanship
Intermediate Rabbit Showmanship
Junior Rabbit Showmanship
 
4-H/FFA RABBIT CLASSES
Immediately following showmanship (SAB)

Breed Classes
Meat Pen
Grand Champion Rabbit
 
4-H/FFA CAVEY SHOWMANSHIP
Immediately following Rabbit Classes (SAB)

Senior Cavey Showmanship
Intermediate Cavey Showmanship
Junior Cavey Showmanship
 
4-H/FFA CAVEY CLASSES
Immediately Following Cavey Showmanship (SAB)

Breed Classes
Grand Champion Cavey

OPEN RABBIT AND CAVEY SHOW
Immediately following 4-H/FFA Show (SAB)

No exhibitor may have more than two entries in a class. Classes may be added when there are three or more entries in an unlisted breed.

Classes will be established according to the ARBA standards for judging (although this is NOT an ARBA sanctioned show). Rabbit classes will be divided into classes by breed, color, sex and weight.
Classes: Rabbit, Cavey