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2 INDEX 4-H Club Department H Horse Club Fun Show H Pet Show Ag Mechanics- 4-H & FFA Archery Competition Beef Best Kept Barn...27 Bucket Calf...19 Cloverbuds Cloverbuds Horse Show...30 Crops & Horticulture Dairy. 17 Decorative Painting. 44 Dog Show. 31 Fair Board Members.. 1 Fair Calendar Farm Equipment Operator s Contest Fine Arts...42 Flower Division 39 General Rules....5 Goat Show 26 Gravy Cook Off...10 Horse Show, 4-H/FFA & Adult Lamb Lead OHCE Department Open Class Home Economics Poultry- Junior & Open..11 Premium Sale. 112 Rabbit Show. 12 Sheep Superintendents.1 Swine.20 Lyle Blakley President Mark McClurg Member Duane Stout Member Ronnie Jo Watkins... Member 2014 Fair Board Members Ron Burrows.. Vice-President Tony Carlson.. Secretary Richard Gebhart... Treasurer Jim Bob Lynch Member James Hawkins. Member County Commissioners Dan DeLozier Mike Helm Kirt Thacker Excise Board Karen Ogel Buck Mullen Leslie Browand County Cooperative Extension Staff Donna Patterson Janice Cranor John Haase Walter White Becky Carpenter Andrea St. John Vocational Agriculture Teachers Josh Blair Larry Stamper Rodney Arthur Travis Jinkens Kari Jinkens Matt Boyer Bryce Bethel General Superintendents 4-H Pet Show....Georgia Shipley Ag Mechanics (4-H & FFA) Walter White Archery Contest......Annette Brouse Beef......Susan Gebhart, Vincent Blakley & Sandy Phelps Bucket Calf.....Greg Tacker Crops & Horticulture....Rae Blakley Dairy Greg Tacker Decorative Painting..... Linda Walker Dog Show.Georgia Shipley Fine Arts..Peni Cox Flower Division Irene Ward & Margie Hartzman Meat Goat...Kristi Cagle Gravy Cook-Off...Annette Brouse Horse Show-4-H, FFA, Adult....Stacey Harvey & Craig Hays Horse Show- 4-H Cloverbuds Julie Hays 4-H Horse Club Fun Show.....Cathey Orban Home & Community Education Department......Marcia Bacon Poultry... Robin Lujan & Cindy Baldridge Jr. Farm Equipment Operators Contest......Jim Bob Lynch Lamb Lead....Roger McCuistian Open Class Home Economics......Marcia Bacon Rabbit.....Debbie Dentis Sheep.Roger McCuistian Swine...Duane Stout & Jim Bob Lynch 1

3 Fair Schedule Tuesday- September 9 2:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m... All exhibits entered, except Livestock & Flowers 1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.... Flower Division Entry (Potted Plants & Dried Arrangements Wednesday- September 10 8:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m.... Flower Division Entry (Cut Flowers & Fresh Arrangements) 9:00 a.m.....judging begins in Exhibit Building 3:00-7:00 p.m.....vendor Booth Setup 6:00 p.m meat Goat Division In Place 6:00 p.m sheep In Place 6:00-8:00 p.m....meat Goat Weigh-In and Entry 6:00-8:00 p.m...sheep Weigh-In and Entry Thursday- September 11 9:00 a.m jr. Farm Equipment Operators Contest 9:00 a.m... Sheep Show 9:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m... Exhibit Building Open 2:00 p.m......justin Harrell Goat Roping Opens 4:00 p.m. or 30 minutes after Sheep Show..... Lamb Lead Show 30 minutes after Lamb Lead (no earlier than 5 p.m.) meat Goat Division Show 5:00 p.m...swine Weigh-In & Entry Cards 5:00 p.m..... Swine In Place 5:00-9:00 p.m poultry Check-In 6:00-10:00 p.m... Carnival & Midway Open Friday- September 12 9:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m....exhibit Building Open 9:00 a.m.....beef In Place 9:30 a.m.(practice at 9:00 a.m.)....genesis Archery Contest 9:30 a.m......swine Show Half Hour following Swine Show...Rogers County Bred & Owned Swine 10:00 a.m......justin Harrell Goat Roping Open 12 Noon-2:00 p.m.... Beef Entries & Steer Wt. Cards- Scales Available 1:30 p.m. (practice at 1 pm).....compound & Recurve Archery Contest 6:00 p.m. (Entries 5-5:30 p.m.).... Dog Show followed by Dog Fun Show 6:00-8:00 p.m....4-h Steak Dinner Fundraiser (All tickets sold in advance) 6:00-10:00 p.m......carnival & Midway Open 7:00 p.m... Poultry Judging 7:00 p.m... Dairy In Place 7:00 p.m Beef Tie Out 10:00 p.m......exhibit Building Closed Saturday- September 13 7:00-7:30 a.m...rabbit Check-In 8:00 a.m.... Rabbit Judging & Rabbit Fun Show following Showmanship 9:00 a.m... Beef Show 9:00 a.m.....horse Show (Halter, Showmanship, English, Wester, Speed Events) 9:00-9:30 a.m... Gravy Making Contest Entry 9:40 a.m......gravy Making Contest Judging 9:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m Exhibit Building Open 10:00 a.m....justin Harrell Goat Roping 1:00-5:00 p.m....carnival & Midway Open 4:00 p.m....dairy Show 4:00 p.m......bucket Calf Check-In- Show following Dairy Show 4:00 p.m...sheep Release-(At the discretion of Sheep Supt. after Beef Show is finished 4:30-5:00 p.m (must check-in by 5 pm)... Pet Show Entry 5:30 p.m.....pet Show 6:00-10:00 p.m... Carnival & Midway Open 7:00 p.m......beef Tie Out 8:00 p.m....live Entertainment featuring Cody Johnson and special guest Curtis Grimes 10:00 p.m......exhibit Building Closed Sunday- September 14 10:00 a.m.....crops Judging Contest 10:00 a.m... Animals Released 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.....vendor Move Out 12 Noon...4-H Horse Club Fun Show 1:00-5:00 p.m...carnival & Midway Open 1:00-3:00 p.m.....indoor Exhibits Released 2:00 p.m....livestock Premium Sale Participants & Parents Meeting 2:30 p.m......cloverbud Horse Show Monday- September 15 7:00 p.m.....jr. Livestock Premium Auction The Rogers County Free Fair Board wishes to take this opportunity to thank the County Commissioners, the Excise Board, the County Extension Office staff of Rogers County, and Vocational Agriculture instructors for their support and cooperation toward the encouragement of a better fair. 2 3

4 Important Notice The Rogers County Free Fair Board wishes to take this opportunity to welcome all Rogers County residents to exhibit and attend the Rogers County Free Fair in September. Every effort is being made by the Board to make this a successful fair with a large number of quality exhibits, plenty of entertainment, and a place for you to meet your friends. With your cooperation, we believe that a very successful fair can be held this year which will not only have an educational value, but will also assist in maintaining the morale of Rogers County farmers, 4-H Club and FFA Chapter members and encourage the production of more and better food products. This catalog, including the premium list, for the 2014 Rogers County Free Fair, is being printed previous to final action on the Rogers County Free Fair Board estimate by the County Commissioners and the Rogers County Excise Board. The catalog is being issued, therefore, with the distinct understanding that if for any reason whatsoever, sufficient funds are not available to pay in full premiums and awards as listed, the Rogers County Free Fair Board reserves the right to prorate premiums on a percentage basis. The attention of all exhibitors is especially called to this condition and provision, and exhibits are accepted only with this definite understanding. It is a well-known fact that up to the present time it has never been necessary in Rogers County to prorate premiums, the appropriations for the Fair having been sufficient in every instance to pay all premiums in full. It is the opinion of the Board that this will also be true this year, and it not anticipated that prorating of premiums will be necessary. The Board solicits your continued cooperation on the above condition, with the hope and belief that the appropriation will be sufficient to pay all premiums in full and that it will not be necessary to take into account the above provision. It is the purpose of the Fair Board to do everything that is possible to make this Free Fair a success and to add to the comforts, pleasures, and conveniences of the visitors and exhibitors who attend. Our Fair last year was a success, and with the past experience we hope to be able to serve the people who contributed to much better advantage this year. We hope our agricultural exhibits will be better and larger this year, which will demonstrate that Rogers County is second to none in the State. The agricultural exhibits will clearly portray the wonderful agricultural resources of the County; the livestock show will be evidence of the fact that Rogers County is outstanding from the standpoint of the quality of the livestock. The Free Fair Board earnestly solicits your support and cooperation in making this fair a success, as no other factor does more to stimulate and improve farm conditions than agricultural fairs, where one may observe the improvements of farm crops and animals and compare them with their own. The management appeals to you to lend your support by bringing exhibits, boosting and attending. It is upon your support that we depend for a successful fair. General Rules 1. All exhibits will remain in place. Any exhibits leaving or removed prior to the stated time shall be subject to withholding and/or forfeiture of any premiums earned and/or possible suspension from showing or exhibiting at the Rogers County Free Fair subject to the decision of the RCFFA Board of Directors. The only exception to this rule shall be exhibits which have received a prior release from the RCFFA Board allowing for an earlier release. 2. All exhibitors shall be responsible for picking up premium money at the fair office during the fair. Times for picking up checks will be posted at the fair office. 3. The privilege to exhibit at the Rogers County Free Fair is restricted to bonafide residents of Rogers County, Oklahoma, or members of Rogers County 4-H, FFA, FHA, and OHCE Groups. Youth exhibitors will only be eligible to show for one semester after the youth exhibitors graduates from high school regardless of age in all categories and groups (e.g., 4-H, FFA, etc). 4. In no case will the Rogers County Free Fair Association or any of its officers be held responsible for damages for any loss, injury, death or disease, or from the theft or from any other cause to any such property, or to any person coming upon the Fairgrounds, while said persons or property are on the Fairgrounds. 5. No animal, article, or exhibit of any nature will be allowed to be entered in the name of any other person than the bonafide owner or agent. If this rule should be violated, the fair association will withhold premiums if such should be awarded by the judge. 6. Any article of fruit, vegetable, grain or seed, handicraft or crafts exhibit competing for premiums must be owned and grown or made by the exhibitor within the last twelve (12) months preceding the fair. 7. Where there is no or little competition in a class, the judge shall award first, second, or third premium according to the merits of the exhibit. All entries must be a finished product. Once the judge has made a final decision the decision of the judge is final. 8. All animals exhibited for premiums must have been owned & cared for by the exhibitor at least sixty (60) days prior to the date of the show. It is required that those 4-H and FFA members exhibiting in the Junior Department must have owned and cared for their calves for a period of 120 days and their pigs, lambs, and goats for a period of not less than 90 days prior to the opening date of the fair. 9. Each exhibitor may enter not more than three steers, three market lambs, three market goats and three market hogs in the Junior Division. 10. Superintendents shall have the discretion to divide market animals into weight classes and number of animals per class as deemed necessary to make the show fair and equitable for the majority of the participants. 11. It shall be the sole responsibility of the beef superintendent or their designee to break the listed age classes for Open & Junior Beef cattle into additional classes as needed to make judging fair and equitable for exhibitors. 12. Heifers are ineligible to show in the market steer classes. Exhibitors may show ewes or gilts either as market or as breeding exhibits, but not both. 13. Exhibitors of stock will be required to keep their stalls and alleys clean and in good order. All stalls to be cleaned by 8:00 a.m. each morning. 14. The best kept barn winners will be announced at the premium auction. This includes all livestock. There will be an individual trophy for the winner in each division- beef/dairy, sheep/goats, and swine. 4 5

5 15. The management reserves the right to remove from the grounds any exhibit, animal, concession, show or advertising material that may be falsely entered or may be deemed unsuitable or objectionable and if necessary to return any money already paid them, without assigning any reason therof, the same exonerating them from any claim on the part of the exhibitor or concession owner. 16. Tie out time is set for 7:00 p.m. Friday & Saturday. 17. In the event the judge or breed superintendents determine an animal is not typical of a pure bred animal of the breed being shown, the animal in question shall be required to show in the crossbreed class which shows last. 18. No dogs will be allowed on the fairgrounds during the fair except for fair competition dogs. 19. The Rogers County Free Fair Association reserves the right to settle any controversy not covered by fore going rules. 20. Rogers County Fair Board supports no pass no play school rule. Exhibitors may be required to provide proof of academic eligibility. Premium Sale participants will be required to provide a certificate of academic eligibility at the 2 p.m. Sunday meeting. 21. Children less than 9 years of age (5-8) will not be allowed to show in Junior Market classes. 22. When broken into age divisions the following categories apply: Cloverbuds: Age 5-8 (non-competitive participation only), Juniors: Ages 9 (or 4th grade), 10, 11, 12 & 13 (as of Jan. 1), Seniors: Ages 14, 15, 16, 17 & 18 (as of Jan. 1) 23. Market lambs must be slick sheared to show. 24. School or Group Class will consist of 3 head of market animals for a single FFA Chapter or 4-H Club. 25. Any individual criticizing or interfering with the judge, other exhibitors, breed representatives or show officials before, during or after the event may result in that individual being declared ineligible or barred from exhibiting at any future event and/or being escorted from the exhibit area or the fairgrounds for a portion or the duration of the fair at the discretion of the superintendent, show officials or fair board members. Other action may be taken by the Fair Board. 26. Any animal showing evidence of infectious or contagious disease or sickness will be removed from the showroom. The decision of the superintendent will be final in this matter. 27. In the sheep, goat, and swine shows an animal can only be shown in the Open or Jr. Show, not both. 28. Any exhibitor or spectator will be disqualified and/or expelled from the fair at the discretion of superintendent for rowdiness, foul language, fighting, quarrelling, drinking, not keeping stall area clean, etc. This rule will be enforced. 29. No substitute showing. 30. Junior exhibitors (4-H & FFA) will exhibit in organizational colors and dress as designated by their group leader/instructor. Attire will be appropriate to Rogers County with regard to emblems and/or county name. Animals that show haltered will be exhibited in show and premium sale in a show halter. 31. Junior livestock project exhibited at Rogers County Fair may not have been exhibited at other county fairs/shows within the current program year. Livestock Rules 1. It is required that all breeding animals including ewes, rams, does, heifers, cows, bulls, gilts, sows, and boars being exhibited have registration papers in a recognized breed association. Commercial heifers, crossbreed ewes and gilts do not need papers. Papers must be in exhibitor s name. 2. Exhibitors may show ewes or gilts in either the Junior or Open show, but not both. If showing in the junior show, ewes or gilts may show as a market or as breeding exhibits, but not both. 3. No bedding or feed to be furnished by Rogers County Free Fair Association for any species or groups except for show arena for fair and Premium Sale. 4. Shavings only. 5. Exhibitors must provide daily care for the animals being exhibited in their name. 6. Exhibitor must provide all information on entry card at time of entry including exhibitor social security number. If exhibiting a breeding animal, registration papers will be checked at time of entry- please have your papers with you for check-in. Commercial breeding heifers must present bill of sale or if bred & owned a statement from the exhibitor s parent endorsed by the 4-H Leader/Ag-Ed Instructor. TSF commercial heifer paperwork is acceptable. 7. All animals must be in good health. No animal affected with a disease will be permitted to occupy any of the exhibit pens. Show Ring Code of Ethics Believing it is in the best interest of all exhibitors and breeders of all livestock to maintain a reputation of integrity and to continue to present a wholesome and progressive image in the barn & show ring, the following list of practices are considered unacceptable in the presentation of livestock. The use of such practices or procedures is, therefore, considered a violation of the Rules and Regulations governing this show. 1. Misrepresenting the age, breed or weight of the animal for the class in which it is shown. 2. Treating or massaging any part of the body internally or externally with an irritant, counter-irritant, or other substance to temporarily straighten a weak back or loin or to produce unnatural animation. 3. Minimize the effects of crampiness by feeding or injecting drugs, depressants or applying packs or using any artificial contrivance or therapeutic treatment exempting normal exercise. 4. Striking the animal to cause swelling. 5. Surgery or any other procedure performed to change the natural process of growth, maturation, contour or appearance of any animal, to include teeth, is prohibited. Not included is removal of teats or horns, clipping and dressing of hair and trimming of hooves. 6. Insertion of foreign material under the skin. 7. Any attempt to change natural color of an animal, either purebred or crossbred, by changing the color or adding false hair, fleece or skin at any point, spot, or area of the animal s body. 8. The use of alcoholic beverages in the feed or administered as a drench. 9. Administration of a drug of any kind or description, internally or externally, prior to entering the show ring, except for treating a recognized disease or injury and for tranquilizing bulls that may otherwise be dangerous or females in heat. For the purpose of these rules, the term legal drug shall mean any substance, the sale, possession, or use of which is controlled by license under federal, state or local laws or regulations and by any substance commonly used by the medical or veterinary professions. The use of any chemical and/or compound that is not approved by the Food and Drug Administration for use in meat producing animals and the illegal use of approved chemicals and/or compounds are prohibited. All animals shall be subject to tests for foreign substance that exceed the acceptable levels established by the United States Department of Agriculture, Food and Drug Administration or the Environmental Protection Agency. A positive test will result in disqualification, forfeiture of any premiums and/or awards and will exclude the exhibitor from future competition. All medications will be administered by licensed veterinarians only. 6 7

6 10. Balancing the udder by any abnormal means including the use of a mechanical contrivance or the injection of fluid or drugs. Setting the teats and/or occluding (sealing the ends) with a mechanical contrivance or with use of a chemical preparation. Treating or massaging the udder or its attachments with an irritant or counter-irritant. The use of common products such as fly spray, ointment or liniment in excess to the extent that it is irritating is included as an irritant unless required to reduce edema at time of calving. 11. Criticizing or interfering with the judge, other exhibitors, breed representatives or show officials before, during or after the event may result in an individual or group being expelled, placed on probation, declared ineligible or barred from exhibiting at the event. Any violation of the Rules and Regulations specifically designed for the individual shows or the Show Ring Code of Ethics may result in forfeiture of all premiums and awards, disqualification, expulsion or probation of the exhibitor, organized group, any individual or livestock involved. Probation, disqualification, expulsion or other disciplinary action of the management will be final. Such action will require application for readmission under such terms as the management may prescribe before the group or individual is allowed to exhibit at future events. Protests and Appeals For the purposes of the Rogers County Fair a protest or appeal are considered one and the same. Protests must be made in writing, accompanied by a $50 deposit and signed by the person(s) making the protest. The deposit will be refunded only if the protest is sustained. All protests must be filed within four hours following the occurrence of the incident. The protest must be filed by 9:00 a.m. the following day if the incident occurs after 6:00 p.m. For awards purposes it is considered the incident occurred whenever the placing is given. The protest must contain at least one specific charge stating the facts or the rule violated and any witnesses capable of sustaining the charges. A protest is considered to be filed when delivered in person to a member of the Rogers County Free Fair Board. The Fair Board reserves the right to recognize fraudulent actions which are accomplished or attempted in connection with any exhibit. This right is held independent of protests filed by exhibitors or other interested parties. The Fair Board may take action regardless of whomever files the protest. No complaint will be accepted based solely on observation that the judge or judges are incompetent or have overlooked an animal or article. The right of an exhibitor to appeal or protest the decisions of a judge will be limited to the following cases: 1. It is charged the exhibit or award violated the rules governing the exhibition of the animal or article. 2. It is charged the judge s decision was unduly influenced or interfered with by the actions of another. The Fair Board will convene a reviewing committee within 24 hours following the receipt of a protest. This committee shall consist of three Fair Board members to be selected from separate election districts within the county. If member of protest committee is involved directly or indirectly with the individual filing the protest or under protest then he/she will be replaced by the first available alternate from that district. At this meeting the committee may uphold, reject or table the protest based on the merits of the case. Members of the committee will be held blameless regarding the outcome from the protest. Persons wishing to present an appeal of the committee s decision must make a deposit of $100 and present the information at the next meeting of the Rogers County Free Fair Board Association. Deposits will be refunded only if the final protest is sustained. A request for an agenda item must be made in accordance with the governing rules of the board. The decision of the Fair Board is final in all matters. All questions or disputes not provided for under these rules shall be referred to the Fair Board for interpretation within the time period indicated above. RELEASE OF LIABILITY: Participation in the Rogers County Free Fair as an exhibitor, owner, handler or volunteer shall constitute a release of liability of the R.C.F.F.A., its officers, directors, agents, and employees and of Rogers County and the Board of County Commissioners for any personal injury or damage to animals or property occurring at the Rogers County Free Fair. Each exhibitor (or exhibitor s parents if a minor), owner, handler, or volunteer shall indemnify and hold harmless the R.C.F.F.A., its officers, directors, agents and employees, Rogers County and the Board of County Commissioners from all claims, demands, and causes of action and expenses of every kind arising out of any acts or omissions of the exhibitor, owner, handler, volunteer or animals in the care and control of any such person. Presentation of a signed entry form or appearance on the grounds of the Rogers County Free Fair as an exhibitor, owner, handler or volunteer shall be deemed acceptance of the conditions of this rule. The Oklahoma Livestock Activities Liability Limitation Act, 76 O.S. 50.1, applies to the Rogers County Fall Fair and its livestock activities. 8 9

7 SHOWMANSHIP SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM A 4-year tuition scholarship to Rogers State University (RSU) will be awarded to the Senior Champion Showman in Beef, Swine, Sheep, and Goats. Exhibitor does not have to be a senior in high school to win (e.g. may be Junior (11th grade) and win the senior division of Showmanship). If exhibitor has already won Senior Showmanship, may not win the scholarship again. In the case of the Champion Senior Division Showman having already won the scholarship, the scholarship will be awarded to the highest placing senior showman. May only win the scholarship one time. The scholarship is not transferable. This scholarship is sponsored by RSU and winner must meet admission standards at RSU. Archery Competition Outdoor Horse Arena Superintendent- Annette Brouse 1st-$10 & Plaque 2nd-$9 3rd-$8 4th-$7 5th-$6 Open to Rogers County youth ages MUST have a hunter safety card on hand at registration. Bow poundage limited to 60 pounds or less. Must attend a safety review 15 minutes prior to each competition. Adherence to all safety rules is mandatory. Genesis Division-Registration 9:00 am Competition-9:30 am Practice Range open 9:00 am Must have own equipment Distances: 5 arrows at 10 meters 10 arrows at 15 meters Shoot Off 15 meters Jr. Class (Ages 9-11) Intermediate Class (Ages 12-14) Senior Class (Ages 15+) Compound & Recurve- Registration/Practice at 1 pm Competition 1:30 p.m. Jr. Class (Ages 9-11) will shoot 15, 20, 25 yards Intermediate Class (Ages 12-14) will shoot 20, 30, 40 yards Senior Class (Ages 15+) will shoot 30, 40, 50 yards Shoot Offs Jr-20 yds Int.- 30 yds Sr.- 40 yds Annual Rogers County Gravy Cook-Off Superintendent- Annette Brouse Check-In 9 to 9:30 am Judging begins at 9:40 am 1. Open to Rogers County residents only 2. Cream gravies suitable for biscuits 3. No canned, frozen, or mix gravies. No commercial gravies. 4. Gravy must be brought to the contest in a crockpot 5. Gravy judging will be held in the concession area of the indoor exhibit building. Categories Chicken Gravy Beef Gravy Pork Gravy First Place- $15.00 First Place- $15.00 First Place- $15.00 Second Place- $10.00 Second Place- $10.00 Second Place- $10.00 Third Place- $5.00 Third Place- $5.00 Third Place- $5.00 Best of Show- $10.00, Ribbon & any un-awarded premiums 4-H & FFA Junior Poultry Show & Open Poultry Show Friday, 7:00 pm Superintendent- Robin Lujan Co-Superintendent- Cindy Baldridge (Pre-Entry Forms Due August 29) All Poultry Check In Thursday- 5:00-9:00 pm and Friday- 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon 1st-$6.00 2nd-$4.00 3rd-$2.00 (Plaques to be awarded to Class Champions & Class Reserve Champions) 1. Judging shall be according to the latest edition of the American Poultry Association Standard Of Perfection. IF A BREED IS NOT RECOGNIZED BY THE APA IT CANNOT BE SHOWN. No one will be permitted to talk to or interfere with the judges while judging is being conducted. No one except duly authorized officials will be allowed in the aisles while judging is in progress. Due allowance will be made for lack of plumage because of the season. Unworthy specimen, undersized and disqualified birds will not be awarded premiums. 2. No one, except officers of the show and judges, will be allowed to handle exhibits other than their own without direct permission of the owner. Any person found guilty of tampering with or handling the fowls or in any way injuring them or their plumage or transferring them from one coop to another without permission of the show superintendent will disqualify himself/herself as an exhibitor and any award which he/she may have won will be withheld. 3. Birds showing evidence of infectious or contagious disease or sickness will be removed from the showroom. The decision of the superintendent will be final in this matter. 4. Definitions of Exhibits: Cock and Hen-Birds I year or older. Cockerel and Pullet Birds under I year old. 5. Any matter not provided for under the rules and regulations as shown above will be referred to the Show Officials for a decision which will be final 6. Feeding and watering will be the responsibility of the exhibitor. Feed will not be provided by the superintendent. 7. It will be exhibitor s responsibility to have all poultry & waterfowl Pullorum tested prior to entry. A COPY OF PULLORLUM TESTNG FORM MUST BE INCLUDED WITH ENTRY. 8. Exhibitors will be limited to a total of l0 entries in all combined open and junior classes. A bird can only be shown in the Open or Jr Show, not both. 9. Junior exhibitors must be enrolled and active members of a FFA Chapter or 4-H Club in Rogers County. Youth Showmanship Class Saturday following Egg Judging $15.00 & Plaque- One per age group: 9-13, 14 & up 8 & Under- Participation Only Breed Identification $15.00 & Plaque- One per age group: 9-13, 14 & up 8 & Under- Participation Only 10 11

8 Egg Judging Open & 4-H/FFA Youth Saturday, 10 a.m. Consist of a plate of 3 eggs Awards for Champion and Reserve Champion in Classes 1-4 Class 1. Large Brown/Mottled Class 2. Large Any Other Color Class 3. Bantam Brown/Mottled Class 4. Bantam Any Other Color Class 5. Novely/Painted, Decorated, Best Display of Eggs (Ribbons Only) Egg Judging Rules: 1. No identifying marks on eggs 2. Eggs must come from exhibitor s chickens and not purchased from store or individual, or borrowed. 3. Exhibitor may show any color and brown classes, but not mixed. 4. Eggs are judged on exterior only. 5. Polishing or any attempt to enhance the color of the shells will lead to disqualification. 6. There is no size limit on large eggs, but bantam eggs should not weigh more than 42.5 grams (1 1/2 ozs.) 7. Exhibitors can only show in Jr. or Open, but not both including the novelty class. 8. Novelty class- eggs must be used in an artistic way. 9. Ribbons will be awarded for first through fifth place for all classes in the Egg Judging Show, Showmanship, and Breed Identification. Rabbit Show- Open & 4-H/FFA Youth (Rabbit Show Open to Adults & Youth) Superintendent- Debbie Dentis Show- Saturday- 8:00 am Check-In Rabbits-Saturday-7:00-7:30 am Pre entry date: August 18 (Carrier Only Show- No Cages Available) 1. All stock must be permanently tattooed in the left ear before being checked in. Make sure all excess ink is out of ear and legible. If the tattoo cannot be read by the judge it will be disqualified. No ear number changes after entry. Call Debbie Dentis for tattoo information. 2. All stock must be checked in by an official of the Rabbit Show. Any rabbit not properly checked in will not be eligible for competition. 3. Local breeders will be responsible for care of their own stock. 4. No stock will be allowed if it is showing signs of illness and will be removed from showroom. Excessive dirtiness (dirt, urine, feces) rabbit will not be judged. 5. Exhibitor must know which class to enter their animal. Breeders must listen and watch poster for their breed. Rabbits that are late will not be judged. 6. Ribbons will be awarded for first through fifth place for all breeds in the general rabbit show and for showmanship. 7. Youth must show rabbits in rabbit show to be eligible to compete in showmanship. 8. Local breeders must own rabbits to be eligible to compete for premiums. 9. A carrier only show- no cages available. Bring rabbits in leak proof cages. 10. Bring rabbits for fun show on Saturday 11. No changes after entry date 12. Judging shall be according to the latest American Rabbit Breeders Association Standard of Perfection. No one will be permitted to interfere with the judge while judging is being conducted. Interference will result in disqualification. Judge s decision is final. 13. Rabbits must be shown by exhibitor that entered the rabbit. 14. Cloverbud (5-8 year olds) show for participation only. No premiums. Plaques- Open & Youth (Must be a member of 4-H or FFA): Best of Breed & Best Opposite Sex will receive a plaque Best of Show & Best Opposite Sex will receive a plaque Youth Showmanship Class Following Rabbit Show $25.00 & Plaque- One per age group; 9-13, 14 & up 8 & Under- Participation Only Class Premiums 1st-$6.00 2nd-$4.00 3rd-$2.00 Breed Identification $25.00 & Plaque- One per age group; 9-13, 14 & Up 8 & Under- Participation Only Meat Pen 1st-$6.00 2nd-$4.00 3rd-$2.00 Meat pen consists of 3 rabbits all of the same breed and variety. Age limit- 10 weeks Minimum weight- 3 pounds each Maximum weight- 5 pounds each All rabbis must be weighed in the presence of the judge. These rabbits are not eligible to show in the Open & Youth Rabbit Show. Youth Rabbit Fun Show Saturday- will begin after showmanship Age 19 & Under Cutest Rabbit: Trophy & Ribbons Rabbit Race: Grand Rosette & Ribbons Rabbit Race: Reserve Grand Rosette & Ribbons Ribbons: 1. Best Trick 4. Best Costume Bunny 7. Longest Jump 2. Cleanest Cage 5. Longest Eared 8. Heaviest Bunny 3. Best Decorated Cage 6. Shortest Eared 9. Lightest Bunny 12 13

9 Beef Division Superintendents: Vincent Blakley, Susan Gebhart, Sandy Phelps Open Beef Sections 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 1st-$ nd-$ rd-$ th-$ Stall assignments will be made by the Beef Superintendent 2. Open exhibitors must comply with General Rules, Livestock Rules, Show Ring Code of Ethics, Protests and Appeals, and Release of Liability. See General Information for those rules 3. Breed divisions/ class breaks will be determined by superintendents based on entries. No minimum to make a breed. Breed champion and reserve champion recognized in each breed. 4. Eligible heifers must have been born between September 1, 2012 and May 1, Grand Champion Heifer- Plaque only to be awarded 6. Reserve Champion Heifer- Plaque only to be awarded 7. Eligible bulls calved between September 1, 2012 and May 1, Grand Champion Bull- Plaque only to be awarded 9. Reserve Champion Bull- Plaque only to be awarded 10. Cow-calf (Females born prior to September 1, 2012, which have a calf 240 days of age or less at side the date of the show). Cow-calf winner is not eligible for champion or reserve champion. Heifer eligible per Rule 2 with calf at side is eligible for champion. Section 29- Miniature Steer 1st-$ nd-$ rd-$ th-$ The miniature steer division is open to open show exhibitors 8 years of age and under 2. Breed divisions/ class breaks will be determined by superintendents based on entries. No minimum to make a breed. Breed champion and reserve breed champion recognized in each breed. 3. Miniature steers will be no more than 48 hip height at maturity. Should there be sufficient entries to warrant both a prospect and market division of mini steers the break weight will be prospect 559 lbs and less; market 560 lbs and over. 4. Steer weigh-in and weigh-back: Exhibitors will be responsible for weighting their steers in on Friday before 5 pm on the official show scales. Weights are due to the show staff by 5:30 pm. Official show scales will be available for exhibitor use. 5. Grand Champion Mini Steer- Plaque only to be awarded 6. Reserve Champion Mini Steer- Plaque only to be awarded 7. Pee Wee Beef Showmanship is part of the open show and does not require Pee Wee showmanship contestants to have exhibited in a regular open class. The Pee Wee showmanship contest may be held in conjunction with the Junior Showmanship contest as a convenience to the judge. Superintendents will post contest time and classes after entries are completed. PeeWee Showmanship Awards (Ages 8 & Under) 1st-$15.00 & Plaque, 2nd-$15.00 Junior Beef Division 1. Stall assignments will be made by the Beef Superintendent 2. 4-H and FFA members must comply with General Rules, Livestock Rules, Show Ring Code of Ethics, Protests and Appeals, and Release of Liability. See General Information 3. Any breed or crossbred steer may participate in the show 4. Market steers must weigh a minimum of 900 lbs and be more than 48 hip height to be eligible for the premium auction 5. Prospect steers are not eligible for the premium sale. Prospect steers will be steers weighing under 900 lbs 6. Steer weigh-in and weigh-back: Exhibitors will be responsible for weighing their steers in on Friday 12 Noon-2 p.m. on the official show scales. Weights are due to the show staff by 5:30 pm. Official show scales will be available for exhibitor use 7. Each Breed Champion and Reserve Breed Champion will be weighed back on the official scales after their respective breeds have shown. A 5% variance (over & under) in weight between weigh-in and weigh-back is allowed. More than a 5% variance will disqualify a steer and these will not be eligible for prizes, premium money, or the premium sale. 8. Market & prospect steers will be divided by breeds into as many classes as needed by the superintendent 9. The Market Steer show will begin at 9 am Saturday. The prospect steer show will follow, followed immediately by the Beef Breeding Heifer show. 10. A 4-H or FFA member is required to show his own calf unless he has more than one calf in the same class. If the beef animal is not halter broken, it is not eligible to show 11. In order to compete for the showmanship award, you must have exhibited an animal in the beef division. Exhibitor must show their own animal 12. Heifers will be shown by breed and DOB including commercial heifers 13. Breeding heifers for premium sale- see Premium Sale Selection 14. Beef Junior Showmanship Awards: Junior (Ages 9-11) 1st- $15 & Plaque, 2nd- $10 & Plaque Intermediate (Ages 12-14) 1st- $15 & Plaque, 2nd- $10 & Plaque Senior (Ages 15 & Older) 1st- $15 & Plaque, 2nd- $10 & Plaque 15. School or Club Group Division will consist of 3 beef steers. All three animals must be previously entered and shown in either Section 30- Market Steers, Section 31- Prospect Steers, or any combination of the above sections. All three animals must show in this class for either the school or club for which they were previously exhibited

10 Section 30- Market Steer 1st-$ nd-$ rd-$ th-$ Breed divisions/ class breaks will be determined by superintendents based on entries. No minimum to make a breed. Breed champion and reserve breed champion recognized in each breed 2. Grand Champion Steer-Plaque only to be awarded & Glen Spafford Memorial Award 3. Reserve Champion Steer- Plaque only to be awarded. 4. School or Group Class- 3 Head- Plaque 5. Highest placing Rogers County Bred market steer will be awarded based upon final premium sale number before duplicate animals are removed from the premium sale list. This award will be recognized at the premium sale by announcement of both the exhibitor and the Rogers County breeder. Plaque & $50 to exhibitor; plaque to breeder. Section 31- Prospect Steer 1st-$ nd-$ rd-$ th-$ Breed divisions/ class breaks will be determined by superintendents based on entries. No minimum to make a breed. Breed champion and reserve breed champion recognized in each breed 2. Grand Champion Prospect Steer- Plaque only to be awarded 3. Reserve Champion Prospect Steer- Plaque only to be awarded Section 32, 33, 34, 35- Beef Breeding Heifer 1st-$ nd-$ rd-$ th-$ Breed divisions/ class breaks will be determined by superintendents based on entries. No minimum to make a breed. Breed champion and reserve breed champion recognized in each breed 2. Eligible Heifers will be calved between September 1, 2012 and May 1, Grand Champion Heifer- Plaque only to be awarded & Glen Spafford Memorial Award 4. Reserve Champion Heifer- Plaque only to be awarded. 5. Cow-Calf (Females born prior to September 1, 2012, which have a calf 240 days of age or less at side the date of the show). Cow-Calf winner is not eligible for champion or reserve champion or the premium sale. Heifer eligible per rule 2 with calf at side is eligible for champion or reserve champion. 6. Bred & Owned Heifers will be calved between September 1, 2012 and May 1, Registration papers or statement from parents and 4-H/ FFA professional for commercial heifers will show that current owner/ exhibitor and breeder are same individual. A champion and reserve champion will be selected. B & O heifers are eligible for grand champion drive from their regular junior heifer class. not based on their performance in their bred & owned class/ breed. Plaque & $100 for Champion and Plaque & $75 for Reserve Champion. Dairy Division Superintendent- Greg Tacker 1. Animals entered in this division must comply with regulations shown in General Rules and Livestock Rules. See General Information 2. All dairy animals must be from a Grade A Dairy 3. All dairy heifers being exhibited must be at least four months of age on opening day of the show. Registration papers are necessary and will be shown to the superintendent at the time of entry. 4. Dairy Department will show at 4 pm Saturday. Dairy animals must be in place by 7 pm Friday. 5. In order to compete for showmanship award in Juniors you must own an animal in the division or department. 6. Open and Junior classes will be shown separate and double awards will be given 7. To be eligible for the premium sale animal must come from class 1 through class 6 and have not calved. Open Dairy Section 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40 Jersey, Guernsey, Brown Swiss, Ayrshire, Holstein, Milking Shorthorn 1st-$ nd-$ rd-$ th-$ th-$7.00 Classes: 1. Jr. Heifer Calves- born March 1, 2014 or over 4 months 2. Intermediate Heifer Calves- born December 1, 2013 thru February 28, Sr. Heifer Calves- born September 1, 2013 thru November 30, Summer Heifer Calves- born June 1, 2013 thru August 31, Jr. Yearling Heifer- born March 1, 2013 thru May 31, Sr. Yearling Heifer- born September 1, 2012 thru February 28, Two Year Old Cow- born September 1, 2011 thru August 31, Three Year Old Cow- born September 1, 2010 thru August 31, Aged Cow- born before September 1, Champion Female (each breed)- Plaque 11. Reserve Champion Female (each breed)- Plaque 12. Dairy Herd, any three females (each breed)- Plaque 13. Best Uddered Cow (each breed)- Plaque 16 17

11 Junior Dairy Division Section 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46 Jersey, Guernsey, Brown Swiss, Ayrshire, Holstein, Milking Shorthorn See General Rules for Open Dairy Division 1st-$ nd-$ rd-$ th-$ th-$7.00 Class: 1. Jr. Heifer Calves- born March 1, 2014 and over 4 months 2. Intermediate Heifer Calves- born December 1, 2013 thru February 28, Sr. Heifer Calves- born September 1, 2013 thru November 30, Summer Heifer Calves- born June 1, 2013 thru August 31, Jr. Yearling Heifer- born March 1, 2013 thru May 31, Sr. Yearling Heifer- born September 1, 2012 thru February 28, Jr. Champion Female (each breed)- Plaque 8. Jr. Reserve Champion Female (each breed)- Plaque 9. Grand Champion Dairy Heifer Overall (all breeds)- Plaque 10. Reserve Champion Dairy Heifer Overall (all breeds)- Plaque 11. Two Year Old Cow- born September 1, 2011 thru August 31, Three Year Old Cow- born September 1, 2010 thru August 31, Aged Cow-born before September 1, Champion Female (each breed)- Plaque & Ribbon 15. Reserve Champion Female (each breed)- Plaque & Ribbon 16. Dairy Herd- Any Three Females (each breed)- Plaque 17. Dairy Showmanship Awards: Pee Wee (Ages 8 & Under) 1st- $15 & Plaque, 2nd- $10, 3rd- $5 Junior (Ages 9-11) 1st- $15 & Plaque, 2nd- $10, 3rd- $5 Intermediate (Ages 12-14) 1st- $15 & Plaque, 2nd- $10, 3rd- $5 Senior (Ages 15 & Older) 1st- $15 & Plaque, 2nd- $10, 3rd- $5 Bucket Calf Project Superintendent- Greg Tacker 1st-$ nd-$ rd-$8.00 4th-$6.00 5th-$4.00 Check-in time- 4:00 p.m. Arrive with calf 3:30-4:00 p.m. for check in on Saturday. Show will immediately follow Dairy judging and will be released after the show. Calves may be shown at halter in a bucket calf class. Classes may be split (if numbers warrant) according to: A. Beef or Dairy Breed B. Age of Calves: 1) Calves born January 1-March 15. 2) Calves born March 16-May 31 Calves will be shown at halter according to the age of county youth showing the calf: years old (Cloverbuds; participation only) years old years old NOTE: See general rule section for age determination. 1. Animals entered in this division for exhibition must comply with regulations show in General Rules and Livestock Rules. See General Information under Competitive Events. 2. Any breed or crossbreed steer, heifer, beef, or dairy may participate in the show. It is suggested that classes be judged by conference method based on: A. Completion of record sheet, to best of member s ability B. What 4-H er learned about caring for and raising calf C. The general health of calf and knowledge of 4-H er in health related areas D. Fitting and showing according to either beef or dairy guidelines, with emphasis on how much the 4-H er learned and can do without help. However, parental guidance is encouraged

12 Swine Division Superintendents- Duane Stout & Jim Bob Lynch Open Swine Section 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53 Poland Chinas, Durocs, Chester Whites, Hampshires, Berkshires, Yorkshires, Crossbreed See General Rules and Livestock Rules. MUST HAVE NEGATIVE PSEUDORABIES TEST DATED AFTER JUNE 1. 1st-$ nd-$9.00 3rd-$8.00 4th-$7.00 5th-$6.00 Class: 1. Open Gilt farrowed March 11, 2014 & After 2. Open Gilt farrowed February 16- March 10, Open Gilt farrowed January 21- February 15, Open Gilt farrowed January 1- January 20, Junior Boar farrowed on or before February 1, Breed Champion Female- Plaque 7. Breed Champion Boar (if more than 4 in class)- Plaque 8. Commercial gilts will be weighed and shown Junior Division Swine 1. See General Rules pertaining to this department. 2. Must have negative pseudorabies test dated after June Any breed or crossbred hogs may participate. 4. Nomination forms are due June Minimum weight 180# and Maximum Weight 280#. No weigh back. All 4-H Leaders and FFA Advisors to check all papers to make sure ear notches are correct before sending in nomination forms to Duane Stout. 6. Pen assignments will be made by swine superintendent by Tuesday week of fair, 6 pm. 7. No powders, paints or dressings allowed-water only. 8. Hogs will be assigned to weight classes after all hogs have been weighed and the division will be done in such a way that there will be as nearly as possible and equal number of hogs in each class 9. Swine must be in place Thursday by 5 pm 10. Swine can only be shown in Open or Junior Show- not both 11. In order to compete for the showmanship award, you must own an animal in the division 12. Swine Showmanship Awards: Pee Wee (Ages 8 & Under) 1st- $15 and Plaque, 2nd- $10, 3rd- $5 Junior (Ages 9-11) 1st- $15 and Plaque, 2nd- $10, 3rd- $5 Intermediate (Ages 12-14) 1st- $15 and Plaque, 2nd- $10, 3rd- $5 Senior (Ages 15 & Older) 1st- $15 and Plaque, 2nd- $10, 3rd- $5 Section 54- Market Hogs 1st-$ nd-$9.00 3rd-$8.00 4th-$7.00 5th-$6.00 Class: 1. Poland China 3. Duroc 5. Chester White 7. Yorkshire 2. Spotted 4. Hampshire 6. Berkshire 8. Crossbred 9. Breed Champion- Plaque 12. Reserve Champion Barrow- Plaque 10. Reserve Breed Champion- Plaque 13. School or Group Class- 3 Head- Plaque 11. Grand Champion Barrow- Plaque Sections 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62 Breeding Swine Poland China, Spotted, Duroc, Chester White, Hampshire, Berkshire, Yorkshire Commercial Gilts will be weighed and shown by weight- Maximum 350# 1st-$ nd-$9.00 3rd-$8.00 4th-$7.00 5th-$6.00 Class: 1. Jr. Gilt farrowed March 11, 2014 & after 2. Jr. Gilt farrowed February 16-March 10, Jr. Gilt farrowed January 21-February 15, Jr. Gilt farrowed January 1-January 20, Junior Boar farrowed on or after February 1, Breed Champion Female- Plaque 7. Breed Champion Boar (if more than 4 in class) - Plaque Rogers County Bred & Owned Swine 1. To be eligible to compete in this show, hogs must have been farrowed and raised by a 4-H or FFA member living in Rogers County. Selling or giving a hog to someone else to breed to get a pig back to show is not eligible to show. The eligible age limit is the fall semester after graduation from high school and under. If a Pee Wee is showing they must be able to show their hog with little help 2. Bred and owned swine may be barrows and gilts weighing between 180 and 280 pounds using the official weight at weigh-in. 3. No participant will be allowed to show more than one animal per breed. 4. Animals must have national registry papers to show in their respected breed. No papers= crossbreed. Both gilts and barrows need papers to show. To show crossbreeds have to have a statement from parents and 4-H/FFA professional that states the current owner/exhibitor and breeder are the same individual. Crossbred gilts up to 350#- shown by weight. 5. Swine will be shown by weight and breed, with all breed champions/ reserve breed champions competing for grand and reserve grand. 6. Hogs eligible have to be entered and shown in either open or market. Only exhibitors on the nomination form are eligible to show this animal, such as family nominated. 7. Show starts 30 minutes after Swine Show. Breed Champion- $25 each breed: Berkshire, Chester White, Duroc, Hampshire, Poland China, Spot, Yorkshire, Crossbreed Grand Champion- $250 Reserve Grand Champion- $

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