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Department 104 - Junior Sheep

Superintendent: Rodney Fisher (623-7778)
Committee: Sharon Weaver, Bob Dull, Sam Adams Brian Barkley and Vaughn Myers
SPECIAL RULES:
Check animal health rules (Sheep: Sections 16 & 17).
1. Registration papers, showing animals owned by the Exhibitor are necessary for all animals.
2. Project books must be checked before breeding sheep can be shown.
3. All breeding animals must be shown to the judge in the show ring.
4. Junior breeding classes will immediately follow showmanship judging Tuesday morning. The show order for the open sheep will be followed. The Junior Show will be combined with the Open Show.
5. Registrations papers and health papers will be checked before unloading.
6. All sheep must be brought to the Fairgrounds Saturday between 7:00 am - 10:00 am and 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm.

Breeds - Sections 1-12

Please note difference in entry process. Breeds are now sections! For example - Tunis ram, 1 & under 2 - entered as "Dept. 104, Section 10, Class 1"; Oxford ewe lamb, under 1 year entered as "Dept 104, Section 8, Class 6". The same classifications and premiums apply to each breed.

Section 1 - CHEVIOT
Section 2 - CORRIEDALE
Section 3 - DORSET
Section 4 - HAMPSHIRE
Section 5 - SHROPSHIRE
Section 6 - SOUTHDOWN
Section 7 - SUFFOLK
Section 8 - OXFORDS
Section 9 - MONTADALE
Section 10 - TUNIS
Section 11- BORDER LEICESTER
Section 12 - CROSSBRED EWE LAMB

Classes - Jr Breeding Sheep

CLASS...$10 $8 $7 $6 $5 $4
1 Ram 1 Yr. & Under 2
2 Ram Under 1 Yr.
Champion Ram & Reserve Champion Ram - Rosettes
5 Ewe 1 Yr. & Under 2
6 Ewe Lamb Under 1 Yr.
Champion Ewe & Reserve Champion Ewe - Rosettes
9 Pair Ram Lambs, any age, either sex (for breeding) 1 entry per exhibitor
10 Jr. Flock (1 ram, 1 ewe lamb and 1 yearling ewe) all owned by exhibitor, 1 entry per exhibitor.

Jr Market Lambs

SPECIAL RULES:
Check animal health rules (Sheep: Sections 16 & 17).
1. There will be individual market lamb classes divided by weight in as nearly twelve equal groups as possible with a minimum weight of 85 pounds, and a limit of 2 entries per exhibitor.
2. Lambs must be ewes or wethers. No ram lambs will be permitted.
3. Lambs will be weighted upon arrival Saturday for both class breakdown and the sale.
4. All market lambs must be on feed as a 4-H or FFA project by May 1st.
5. All project books must be completed to date and will be collected by the sheep committee and/or Extension Agent at scales before market lambs are weighed in.
6. Market lamb judging will be held on Tuesday evening at 6:30 p.m.
7. All market lambs must have a tag in their ear to be eligible for the 2020 market lamb show at the Fair. All tagging will be done the first Saturday in May at the Fairgrounds between 8:00 a.m. and 12 noon on the midway. There will be a $5 charge per tag. An additional $5 will be charged per tag for re-tagging of animals. (Tagging will be done according to the guidelines issues by Extension Office.)
8. Market lambs will be weighed only once for classes.
9. The top two lambs in classes 1-12 will be sold in the sale. In addition, each market lamb member who does not have a lamb in the top 24 will sell his or her highest placing lamb.
10. All market lambs must be slick-sheared within 48 hours prior to the market lamb show.
11. All market lambs must have certified scrapie tags to be shown.
12. Market lambs to be in the sale must be paint-numbered immediately following the market lamb show.
13. If any tags needed replaced due to loss or infection, Rodney Fisher (623-7778) is to be contacted and re-tagging will be done.
14. Health papers will be checked before unloading.
15. Market lambs will be accepted for unloading, checked-in, and weighed-in on Saturday between 7:00 am - 10 am and 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm.
16. All sheep exhibitors must clean their pen after the Fair. Bedding is to be put in the designated area. If you do not clean your pen thoroughly, a fee of $25 will be billed to the exhibitor.
17. All market lambs must be shown by exhibitor.
18. ANY EXHIBITOR TRYING TO SUBSTITUTE LAMBS ON SALE DAY WILL BE EXCLUDED FROM THE SALE!

Section 130

Classes - Jr Market Lambs

CLASS...$10 $8 $7 $6 $5 $4
LIGHTWEIGHT
1 Group 1
2 Group 2
3 Group 3
4 Group 4
Champion & Reserve Light Weight Champions - Rosettes
MIDDLEWEIGHT
5 Group 5
6 Group 6
7 Group 7
8 Group 8
Champion & Reserve Middle Weight Champions - Rosettes




HEAVY WEIGHT

9 Group 9
10 Group 10
11 Group 11
12 Group 12
Champion & Reserve Heavy Weight Champions - Rosettes

Section 131

Classes - Sheep Showmanship

CLASS: $8.00 to each person who qualifies.
Class 1 - Ages 8-9
Class 2 - Ages 10-11
Class 3 - Ages 12-13
Class 4 - Ages 14-15
Class 5 - Ages 16-17
Class 6 - Ages 18 & over

Thank you to our sponsors

Grand Champion Banners for Buyer and Exhibitor sponsored by Scott & Leslie Myers and HearthGlow Stock Farm
Reserve Champion Banners for Buyer and Exhibitor sponsored by Bedford Farm Bureau and Jeff Norris Family
Champion Showman (8-9) sponsored by Adams Family Farm
Champion Showman (10-11 yrs.) sponsored by Morral Farm Supply
Champion Showman (12-13 yrs.) sponsored by Bill & Ada Myers
Champion Showman (14-15) sponsored by Vaughn & Teresa Myers
Champion Showman (16-17) sponsored by Maple Hollow Dorsets
Champion Showman (18 and over) sponsored by Paul Shaffer
Reserve Champion Showman (8-9) sponsored by John Holbert & Family
Reserve Champion Showman (10-11 yrs.) sponsored by Adams Family Farm
Reserve Champion Showman (12-13 yrs.) sponsored by Juniata Chimney Sweeps
Reserve Champion Showman (14-15) sponsored by Bob Dull Family
Reserve Champion Showman (16-17) sponsored by Richard & Joyce Barkley
Reserve Champion Showman (18 and over) sponsored by Ken Cox Family
Master Showman (Six(6) Champion Showman from each group will compete for Master Showman) Banner sponsored by Rodney & Michele Fisher
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