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Junior Beef

Department 10 - Sections A3A-A3C - Jr Beef

Superintendent: Eric Weaverling (276-3112)
Committee: Kay Kring, David Miller, Joann Smith, Carl Egolf, Bill Smith, Joe Cogan & Leroy Hall

BREEDS:
A - ABERDEEN ANGUS
B - CHIANINA
C - CHAROLAIS
D - SIMMENTAL
H - HEREFORD
L - LIMOUSIN
M - MAINE ANJOU
O - OTHER REGISTERED BREEDS
S - SHORTHORN
X - CROSSBREDS

The same classes to apply to each breed.
Check animals health rules (Cattle: Sections 3 & 4).


SECTION A3A - JUNIOR BEEF BREEDING
CLASS...$21 $15 $12
1 Jr. Heifer Calf (Calved after 1/1/18)
2 Sr. Heifer Calf (Calved between 9/1/17 - 12/31/17)
3 Summer Yearling Heifer (Calved between 5/1/17- 8/31/17)
4 Jr. Yearling Heifer (Calved between 1/1/17 - 4/30/17)
5 Sr. Yearling Heifer (Calved between 9/1/16 - 12/31/16)
6 2 Yr. Old Heifer (Calved between 1/1/16 -8/31/16)
Champion Female each breed & Reserve Champion Female each breed - rosettes
Supreme Champion Female over all breeds Jr. Show - banner
Reserve Champion Female over all breeds Jr. Show - banner

Supreme Champion Female over all breeds by CLAY ACRES LIMOUSIN FARM
Reserve Supreme Champion Female over all breeds by DR ERIC WEAVERLING
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Section A3B - Bedford Gazette Jr Market Steer Contest

Co-Superintendents: Eric Weaverling (276-3112), Kay Kring (766-2221)
Committee: David Miller, Joann Smith, Carl Egolf, Bill Smith, Joe Cogan and Beth Kendall

RULES:

1. An exhibitor may tag a maximum of 2 steers. All entries must have been on feed by January 1st and steers must have been tagged by January 1, 2018. (Project record books must accompany all entries and will be checked by the committee.) Books must be neat, accurate and up to date with proper signatures of advisors, parents and 4-H leaders. Starting weight is required only for Bedford Co. Rural Electric weight gain contest steers.2. All entries must be from beef type breeding and either naturally polled and no horns or scurs. All horns must be removed.
3. Animals may be tied out at night from 10:00 p.m. till 10:00 a.m.
4. A minimum wt. of 900 lbs required for all steers to show and to be sold. There will be 9 Junior Market Steer classes divided by weight to as nearly as possible, to have equal numbers of steers shown in each class.
5. Junior Market Steers must be in stalls by 12 noon Sunday and can be weighed Sunday from 12:00 to 2:00 p.m. for classes and sale. Exhibitors must present health papers identifying animals and up-to-date record books. Steers must have tags in ear to be weighted and exhibited.
6. All Market Steers shown are the exhibitor's responsibility until loaded on trucks for buyers.
7. Grand Champion and Reserve Champion steers are not eligible for Classes 10 & 11. All others may be shown in either 10 or 11, but not both.
8. All exhibited market steers are eligible to be sold at the Junior Livestock auction Saturday. Grand Champion and Reserve Champion steers must be sold. Steers that are to be exhibited at later shows (ex. Farm Show) can be withdrawn from the sale catalog by notifying the chairman of the steer show immediately following the close of the steer show Wednesday.
9. No substitutions of steers may be made after January 1.
10. Steers can only be entered in one class: Pure Bred or Home Bred
11. Any animal deemed unsafe may be asked to leave the show and/or fair. Owner is responsible to remove animal.

CLASS: $22 $21 $17 $15 $14 $10 $10 $5 $5 $5
LIGHT WEIGHT
1 Market Steer - Group 1
2 Market Steer - Group 2
3 Market Steer - Group 3
Champion Light Weight & Reserve Champion Light Weight
MIDDLE WEIGHT
4 Market Steer - Group 4
5 Market Steer - Group 5
6 Market Steer - Group 6
Champion Middle Weight & Reserve Champion Middle Weight
HEAVY WEIGHT
7 Market Steer - Group 7
8 Market Steer - Group 8
9 Market Steer - Group 9Champion Heavy Weight & Reserve Champion Heavy Weight
Grand Champion Steer & Reserve Champion Steer ... rosettes and banners


SPECIAL CLASSES :
10 Pure Bred Steers - Class will consist of the highest placing purebred steer from each of the 9 weight classes. Registration paper and tattoos needed.
Champion Pure Bred... rosette and banner
Reserve Champion Pure Bred... rosette and banner

11 County purchased/bred award. Class will consist of the highest placed County purchased steer from each of the 9 weight classes. County purchased steer seller must own the Dam.

Champion County Bred or Purchased... rosette and banner
Reserve Champion County Bred or Purchased... rosette
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Special Awards

Beef Barn Good Housekeeping Award
$25 cash award to individual club

BEDFORD RURAL ELECTRIC CO-OP will pay each contestant (who entered) 10 cents per lb. for all pounds gained from January 1 to the fair weight-in. Limited to 1 steer only per contestant. All club advisors or 4-H Leaders will submit a list of the contestants' names plus weight of animals and date weighed with a nose print and ear tag or tattoo of steer to Bedford County Extension Office by January 15.
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Section A3C - Beef Cattle Fitting & Showmanship

RULES: Junior Beef Breeding. Register for this contest on entry form.

FITTING CONTEST RULES:
All exhibitors will receive $4.00 for fitting steers for the market show.

SHOWMANSHIP CONTEST RULES:
1. Each person who participates in the showmanship contest held during the market steer show & heifer show will receive $4.00.
2. Steers - Wednesday afternoon, for age classes 8 to 10 yrs., 11 to 13 yrs., 14 to 16 yrs. & 17 yrs. and over.
3. Heifers - Tuesday afternoon after breeding classes.
4. Animals in showmanship must be the exhibitors animal.

1 Jr. Showing - Steer (8-10)
2 Jr. Inter. Showing - Steer (11-13)
3 Master Junior Showman (8-13)
4 Sr. Inter. Showing - Steer (14-16)
5 Sr. Showing - Steer (17-Over)
6 Master Senior Showman (14-Over)
7 Jr. Showing - Heifer (8-13)
8 Sr. Showing Heifer (14 & over)
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Our Sponsors

Thank you to the following trophy and banner sponsors!

Jr. Showmanship Heifer - Morral Bros. Inc., Sr. Showmanship Heifer - LO-VAY Farm, Sr. Showmanship Steer - Locker Plant, LLC., Jr. Showmanship Steer - Cogan Construction, Jr. Intermediate Showmanship Steer - Bill & Lisa Smith, Sr. Intermediate Showmanship Steer - Cogan Construction, Sr. Master Showman - Slayton BearDance Farm, Jr. Master Showman - Mike's Place, Good Housekeeping - Lovely Valley 4-H, Grand Champion Banner to Buyer - Altoona First Savings Bank, Grand Champion Banner to Exhibitor - Altoona First Savings Bank, Reserve Champion Banner to Buyer - LO-VAY Valley Farm, Reserve Champion Banner to Exhibitor - Lost Acres Shorthorns, Purebred Champion for Buyer - Dr. Eric Weaverling & Big Willow Farms, Purebred Champion for Exhibitor - Lincoln Highway Farms, Reserve Purebred Champion to Buyer - Altoona First Savings Bank, Reserve Purebred Champion to Exhibitor - Altoona First Savings Bank, County Bred Champion to Buyer - Northern Bedford FFA, County Bred Champion to Exhibitor - Kendall, Prebola & Jones, CPA's, Reserve County Bred Champion to Buyer - Kay Kring, Reserve County Bred Champion to Exhibitor - Darrow Bison Range, Supreme Female Champion of all Breeds - Clay Acres Limosine Farms, Reserve Supreme Female Champion of all Breeds - Dr. Eric Weaverling & Big Willow Farms
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