1. Classes are open to 4-H Clubs, Vo-Ag and FFA members in Bedford County only exception is Junior dairy which is open to Blair County Junior members.
2. 4-H Club members must currently be entered on the Extension 4-H enrollment records for the project in which entry is desired at the Fair.
3. FFA members must be currently enrolled in Vo-Ag classes of Junior FFA clubs with a bona fide farming project in which entry is desired at the Fair, and must have an active FFA membership card from the teacher of agriculture.
4. Project books must accompany all animals and will be checked by the proper committee.
5. Animals, except where specifically exempted, must be registered in exhibitors name and be a supervised project.
6. Joint ownership considered to be as one owner in accordance with registration papers.
7. No exhibitor may enter more than two animals in any one class.
8. Animals must be shown by exhibitor. In case of sickness or other approved reason by proper Superintendent, animal then may be shown by another 4-H or FFA member.
9. Junior Livestock exhibitor may show in open classes if entered in same by entry deadline.
10. All livestock health admission requirements listed in the Departments 1-10 Rules must be met.
11. Special Fitting & Showing contests and trophies are open only to bona fide exhibitors in the division for the trophy. Competitors must be showing their own animals. Exhibitor age is as of January 1, of the Fair year.
12. It is the responsibility of parents or legal guardians to monitor or arrange for the supervision of their children under the age of 18 at all times during the Fair.
13. A Junior Livestock Sale Committee, consisting of six (6) persons made up by the chairman and one committee member of each livestock, will set the sales commission and other rules as needed for the sale. If an Extension staff member is not included in the above, one will serve as ex-officio.