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									                                                      North Dakota State Fair
                                                       P.O. Box 1796 • Minot, ND 58702
                                                                    Phone (701) 857-7620
                                                                      Fax (701) 857-7622
                                                                      www.ndstatefair.com




                        2010 North Dakota State Fair Officials
Ex-officio Officers                                                                       Open Division Superintendents
John Hoeven, Governor ............................................. Bismarck              Jean Fredrich ................................................ open horse shows
Doug Goehring, Commissioner of Agriculture ............. Bismarck                         Tracey Hartwig ..................................................... crops/garden
Robert Peterson, State Auditor .................................... Bismarck              Don Ost ........................................................................... poultry
Renae Korslien, State Fair Manager .................................. Minot               Nicole Maruskie ................................................................. rabbit
                                                                                          Brian and Stephanie Zimprich ......................... swine and sheep
Officers/Directors                                                                        Mike and Josh Sundsbak .................................................... beef
Gary Knell, President ....................................................... Hazen       Don Ost .............................................................................. dairy
Charles Meikle, Vice President .................................. Spiritwood              to be named ...................................................................... goats
Kandi Mikkelson, Secretary ............................................... Minot
Lee Ann Karsky, Treasurer ......................................... Dickinson             Admissions
Kelly Hanson ............................................................. Hannaford      4-H season tickets .................................................................. $5
                                                                                              (available at fair gates; proof of 4-H membership is required.
Neil Fleming ................................................................. Cavalier       4-H members should bring membership card to the gate.)
Connie Hanson ........................................................ Devils Lake        Juniors (ages 7-12) ................................................................ $3
Butch Haugland ........................................................... Ambrose        Adults ..................................................................................... $7
Dennis Wendel ............................................................ LaMoure        Age 6 and under ................................................................. Free
                                                                                          Adult – 9 days ....................................................................... $20
4-H Division                                                                              Junior – 9 days ..................................................................... $15
Brad Cogdill .............. Chair, Center for 4-H Youth Development,                      Livestock and horse vehicle pass ................................... $2/day
                                             NDSU Extension Service                           (one pass per family; all towed vehicles must be parked in the west lot;
                                                                                              passes not available at the gate)
Dean Aakre .......................................... 4-H division coordinator
                                                                                          Parking east lot ................................................................... Free
                                                                                          Camping in west lot by reserved space assignment only
4-H Superintendents and Show Managers                                                     (see center insert)
Shelly Marum ................................................ 4-H static exhibits
Crystal Schaunaman .................................................... 4-H beef
Doug Bichler ....................................................... 4-H dairy cattle
LoAyne Voigt and Calli Wold .............. 4-H dairy and meat goats
                                                                                               Hours for viewing 4-H static exhibits –
Julie Kramlich ............................................................ 4-H sheep          Magic Place, North Dakota State Fair Center,
Marty Fear .................................................................. 4-H swine         10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily during the fair.
Carrie Hammer .................................................. 4-H horse show                The Livestock Expo Barn will open at 7:30 a.m. daily
                                                                                               during the fair.
Dan Folske and Raquel Dugan-Dibble .... 4-H poultry and rabbit


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                                                    4-H Schedule of Events
Monday, July 12                                                      9 a.m.            Registration Consumer Choices group 1
Entry forms and stall/pen/cage reservation forms due (postmarked)    9:30 a.m.         State 4-H Consumer Choices contest –
for beef, dairy, goats, horses, sheep, swine, poultry, rabbits,                        State Fair Center
pets (4-H, FFA and open division all use the same form) –
State Fair office                                                    12:30 p.m.        Registration Consumer Choices group 2

Monday, July 19                                                      1 p.m.            State 4-H Consumer Choices contest –
                                                                                       State Fair Center
4 to 8 p.m.        Early entry of static exhibits
                                                                     1 p.m.            4-H/FFA livestock exhibitor information
Tuesday, July 20                                                                       meeting – Livestock Expo Barn Arena
9 a.m. to 6 p.m.   Entry of all 4-H static exhibits                  2 p.m.            Weigh-in of 4-H/FFA sheep, swine and goat
                                                                                       market animals
6 p.m.             Judging of food exhibits
                                                                     4 to 8 p.m.       Check-in and penning of 4-H/FFA rabbits –
Wednesday, July 21                                                                     Bunny Barn
9 a.m.             Judging of 4-H static exhibits
                                                                     5 p.m.            Weigh-in of 4-H/FFA beef market animals

Friday, July 23                                                      5 to 7 p.m.       4-H/FFA exhibitors picnic – Pioneer Village
8 a.m.             State Fair opens
                                                                     Wednesday, July 28
5 to 8 p.m.        Entry/penning of 4-H/FFA poultry – Poultry Barn
                                                                     8 a.m.            4-H and FFA horse show – Heritage Hall
                                                                                       * Pole bending (8-11, 12-14, 15-18)
Sunday, July 25                                                                        * Barrel racing (8-11, 12-14, 15-18)
8 a.m.             4-H poultry show                                                    * Goat tying (12-14, 15-18, 8-11)
Noon to 6 p.m.     Entry and stalling of 4-H horses – 4-H office     8 a.m.            Junior steer and heifer point show –
                                                                                       All Seasons Arena
1 p.m.             Late arrival for open-class sheep and beef
                   (breeds showing on Monday and staying for         8 a.m.            4-H swine show – Livestock Expo Barn
                   4-H/FFA)
                                                                     9 a.m.            4-H rabbit show – Bunny Barn
Monday, July 26                                                      1 p.m.            4-H sheep show – Livestock Expo Barn
8 a.m. to 9 p.m.   4-H and FFA horse show – Heritage Hall
                   * Hunter under saddle (8-11, 12-14, 15-18)        Thursday, July 29
                   * Hunt seat equitation (8-11, 12-14, 15-18)
                                                                     8 a.m.            4-H beef show – All Seasons Arena
                   * Hunter hack (8-11, 12-14, 15-18)
                   * Equitation over fences (8-11, 12-14, 15-18)     2 p.m.            4-H/FFA goat show exhibitor meeting –
                   * Western riding (8-11, 12-14, 15-18)                               Goat Barn
                   * Reining (8-11, 12-14, 15-18)

9 a.m.             Late arrival for 4-H steers and market lambs      Friday, July 30
                   staying for 4-H/FFA                               8 a.m.            4-H dairy show – Expo Barn East Arena
9 a.m. to 2 p.m.   4-H Showcase: Project Expo – State Fair Center    11:30 a.m.        4-H dairy goat show – Goat Barn Arena
                                                                                       (FFA to follow)
9 a.m. to 3 p.m.   Clothing Revue judging and rehearsal
                                                                     1:30 p.m.         4-H meat/hair goat show – Goat Barn Arena
3 p.m.             4-H Clothing Revue – State Fair Center                              (FFA to follow)
3:45 p.m.          4-H Showcase awards
                                                                     Saturday, July 31
6 p.m.             Release of poultry                                9 a.m.            4-H round robin showmanship – Livestock
                                                                                       Expo Building (Main Arena and East Arena)
Tuesday, July 27
                                                                     6 to 9 p.m.       Release of all static exhibits and livestock
8 a.m.             4-H/FFA horse show – Heritage Hall
                                                                                       (livestock will be released on a staggered
                   * Showmanship (8-11, 12-14, 15-18)                                  schedule; release times will be given upon
                   * Western pleasure (8-11, 12-14, 15-18)                             entry of the animals)
                   * Western horsemanship (8-11, 12-14, 15-18)

8 a.m.             4-H/FFA horse show – All Seasons Arena            Sunday, Aug. 1
                   * Trail class (15-18, 12-14, 8-11)                1 to 4 p.m. Static exhibits may be picked up

8 a.m. to noon     4-H beef, sheep, swine, dairy, goat and Junior    Monday, Aug. 2
                   Sheep Show check-in and penning – Livestock
                   Expo office                                       9 a.m. to noon    Static exhibits may be picked up

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State Fair Rules Regarding Dogs                                          4. Static exhibits qualify to be entered at the State Fair by
on the Fairgrounds                                                          placing in the blue ribbon or other comparable group
Only livestock or horse exhibitors will be allowed to have dogs             conducted under the supervision of the NDSU Extension
on the fairgrounds in camping areas as well as in the livestock             Service. All exhibits must be entered with the approval of
or horse barns, but under NO circumstances will dogs be                     your county office of the NDSU Extension Service.
allowed south of the barns.                                              5. 4-H members who qualify to exhibit may substitute a similar
                                                                            exhibit within the same lot. (Example: perishable items)
4-H Division                                                             6. Exhibits may be entered only once in a youth division.
4-H static exhibits will be displayed by county in the Magic
Place at the North Dakota State Fair Center. Counties are                7. Static exhibits must have a properly completed North Dakota
encouraged to decorate their display area and should contact                State Fair 4-H exhibit label.
the superintendent if planning to do so.
                                                                         8. 4-H exhibits will be accepted according to the times listed
                                                                            in the 4-H schedule. Mailed/shipped exhibits should be sent
4-H Offices – North Dakota State Fair Center                                early so they arrive at the State Fair by the entry times for the
The mission of 4-H Youth Development is to help youth acquire               exhibits. Mailed exhibits must have carrying charges prepaid.
knowledge, develop life skills and form attitudes that will enable          Address all exhibits to the 4-H Department, North Dakota
them to become self-directing, productive and contributing                  State Fair, 2005 Burdick Expressway E., Minot, ND 58701.
members of society. 4-H programs are organized and conducted
                                                                            Counties must designate, in writing, instructions for return
in communities by adult volunteers and supported by cooperating
                                                                            shipping for all mailed exhibits. Please designate carrier and
counties, North Dakota State University, the U.S. Department
                                                                            include a check for the costs of return shipping equal to the
of Agriculture and private sources. 4-H programs are offered
                                                                            cost of sending the exhibit to the fair. If these procedures are
to all people without regard to race, creed, color, handicap,
                                                                            not followed, return shipping may be delayed and may cost
sex or national origin.
                                                                            more. If county achievement days closely follow the State
                                                                            Fair, please indicate the date needed for return.
Phone numbers available during days of the fair only
   4-H office .............................. (701) 838-3570              9. Static exhibits will be released after 6 p.m. Saturday, July 31.
   Livestock Expo Building ........ (701) 852-2075                          However, exhibitors are encouraged to wait until after the fair
   Horse Barn ........................... (701) 852-1967                    is over. The fair charges admission fees to everyone and
   Magic Place .......................... (701) 852-1686                    allows only vehicles with credentials to have access to the
                                                                            grounds until Sunday, Aug. 1. Free fair admission is not
                                                                            provided to those picking up exhibits, and their vehicles
Youth Exhibitor Picnic                                                      must have proper credentials to enter the grounds.
The youth exhibitor picnic is open to all State Fair 4-H exhibitors,        Exhibits may be picked up during the following times:
4-H volunteer leaders and county Extension staff. Participants
will be requested to sign their name and address on the back                Saturday, July 31              6 to 9 p.m. (admission is charged)
of their ticket for development of a mailing list for the State Fair.       Sunday, Aug. 1                 1 to 4 p.m.
                                                                            Monday, Aug. 2                 9 a.m. to noon
The picnic will be held at the Historical Museum adjacent to
the state fairgrounds on Tuesday, July 27, from 5 to 7 p.m.             10. The State Fair is not responsible for exhibits for which
The museum is south of the Rabbit Barn on the west side                     return mailing hasn’t been requested or are unclaimed,
of the fairgrounds.                                                         stolen or lost.

                                                                        11. Location for exhibits:
General Rules and Guidelines for All 4-H Exhibitors
Rules in this 4-H exhibit list apply to the 4-H events at the               Beef, goats, sheep, swine .................... Livestock Expo Barn
North Dakota State Fair. These rules supersede other rules                  Dairy .................................................................... Dairy Barn
that may be printed in project manuals or are otherwise                     Horses .............................................................. Horse Barns
assumed. Show management has the right to make decisions                    Poultry ............................................................... Poultry Barn
regarding the operation of a show as needed.                                Rabbits .............................................................. Rabbit Barn
                                                                            Showcase .................................................. State Fair Center
 1. 4-H activities will comply with rules of the State Fair.                Static exhibits ....................... State Fair Center, Magic Place
 2. 4-H classes are open to youth enrolled in 4-H programs
                                                                        12. Exhibits in most classes will be evaluated and placed
    in North Dakota. Eligible youth have completed the third
                                                                            into blue, red or white ribbon groups. Champion/reserve
    grade or are age 8 to 18 before Sept. 1, 2009. Cloverbud
                                                                            champions may be named from the blue ribbon groups.
    participants are not eligible for State Fair 4-H entries.
                                                                        13. Parents are responsible for chaperoning or obtaining
 3. Exhibits must be the work of the 4-H member in the project
                                                                            chaperons for 4-H members who participate and attend
    during the current 4-H club year unless local achievement
                                                                            the State Fair.
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14. Dress code: “All members participating in North Dakota State         2. Owners, exhibitors, fitters, trainers or absolutely responsible
    4-H competitive events (except Clothing Revue) will be                  persons shall provide animal health certificates from licensed
    neatly dressed and must wear a solid-colored white, yellow,             veterinarians upon request by fair or livestock show officials.
    gray or green shirt/blouse with the 4-H emblem prominently
                                                                         3. Junior exhibitors are expected to care for and groom their
    displayed and securely fastened on the front.”
                                                                            animals while at fairs or livestock shows.
    Participants/exhibitors should wear dark jeans/slacks/skirts,
    and livestock exhibitors should wear boots/protective shoes          4. Animals shall be presented to show events where they
    for safety. Participants in the 4-H horse show have some                will enter the food chain free of violative drug residues.
    additional dress code requirements; please see the horse                The act of entering an animal in a livestock show is the
    show rules.                                                             giving of consent by the owner, exhibitor, fitter, trainer and/or
                                                                            absolutely responsible person for the show management
    Exhibitors not following the dress code shall receive
                                                                            to obtain any specimens of urine, saliva, blood or other
    reduced premiums equivalent to one ribbon placing.
                                                                            substance from the animal to be used in testing. Animals not
15. Open-class shows: 4-H members are encouraged to                         entered in an event that culminates with the animal entering
    compete in the State Fair’s open-class competitions.                    the food chain shall not be administered drugs other than in
    Livestock projects may be shown in both open and 4-H                    accordance with applicable federal, state and provincial
    shows. Static exhibits must have separate items displayed               statutes, regulations and rules. Livestock shall not be
    in each division. 4-H members who plan to exhibit in the                exhibited if the drugs administered in accordance with
    open-class shows at the North Dakota State Fair must                    federal, state and provincial statutes, regulations and rules
    make entry on the official entry blanks and pay entry fees.             affect the animals’ performance or appearance at the event.

16. All exhibitors and a parent/guardian are expected to read the           If the laboratory report on the analysis of saliva, urine, blood
    following code of ethics and sign a statement on the entry              or other sample taken from livestock indicates the presence
    forms indicating consent to the statements in the code.                 of forbidden drugs or medication, this shall be prima facie
                                                                            evidence such substance has been administered to the
                                                                            animal either internally or externally. It is presumed that the
International Association of Fairs and Expositions                          sample of urine, saliva, blood or other substance tested by
(IAFE) National Code of Show Ring Ethics                                    the laboratory to which it was sent is the one taken from
Exhibitors of animals at livestock shows shall at all times deport          the animal in question, its integrity is preserved and all
themselves with honesty and good sportsmanship. Their conduct               procedures of said collection and preservation, transfer to
in this competitive environment shall always reflect the highest            the laboratory and analysis of the sample are correct and
standards of honor and dignity to promote the advancement of                accurate and the report received from the laboratory pertains
agricultural education. This code applies to junior as well as              to the sample taken from the animal in question and correctly
open-class exhibitors who compete in structured classes of                  reflects the condition of the animal at the time the sample
competition. This code applies to all livestock offered in any              was taken, with the burden on the owner, exhibitor, fitter,
event at a livestock show. In addition to the “IAFE National                trainer or absolutely responsible person to prove.
Code of Show Ring Ethics,” fairs and livestock shows may                    At any time after an animal arrives on the fair or livestock
have rules and regulations which they impose on the local,                  premises, all treatments involving the use of drugs and/or
county, state, provincial and national levels.                              medication shall be administered by a licensed veterinarian.
All youth leaders working with junior exhibitors are under an            5. Any surgical procedure or injection of any foreign substance
affirmative responsibility to do more than avoid improper conduct
                                                                            or drug or the external application of any substance
or questionable acts. Their moral values must be so certain and             (irritant, counterirritant or similar substance) which could
positive that those younger and more pliable will be influenced             affect the animal’s performance or alter its natural contour,
by their fine example. Owners, exhibitors, fitters, trainers and
                                                                            confirmation or appearance, except for surgical procedures
absolutely responsible persons who violate the code of ethics               performed by a duly licensed veterinarian for the sole
will forfeit premiums, awards and auction proceeds and shall                purpose of protecting the health of the animal, is prohibited.
be prohibited from future exhibition in accordance with the
rules adopted by the respective fairs and livestock show.                6. The use of showing and/or handling practices or devices,
Exhibitors who violate this code of ethics demean the integrity of          such as striking animals to cause swelling, and using
all livestock exhibitors and should be prohibited from competition          electrical contrivance or other similar practices are not
at all livestock shows in the United States and Canada.                     acceptable and are prohibited.
The following is a list of guidelines for all exhibitors and livestock   7. Direct criticism or interference with the judge, fair or livestock
in competitive events:                                                      show management, other exhibitors, breed representative or
                                                                            show officials before, during or after the competitive event is
 1. All exhibitors must present, upon request of fair and livestock
                                                                            prohibited. In the furtherance of their official duty, all judges,
    show officials, proof of ownership, length of ownership and
                                                                            fair and livestock show management or other show officials
    age of all animals entered. Misrepresentation of ownership,
                                                                            shall be treated with courtesy, cooperation and respect
    age or any facts relating thereto is prohibited.
                                                                            and no person shall direct abusive or threatening conduct
                                                                            toward them.



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 8. No owner, exhibitor, fitter, trainer or absolutely responsible        4. The entry form requires a signature from your county
    person shall conspire with another person or persons                     Extension agent. You and your parent or guardian must
    to intentionally violate this code of ethics or knowingly                sign the form that certifies you have read and understand
    contribute or cooperate with another person or persons                   the IAFE National Code of Show Ring Ethics.
    either by affirmative action or inaction to violate this code
                                                                          5. Bring birth dates of livestock exhibits and health certificates
    of ethics. Violation of this rule shall subject such individual
                                                                             as required for all animals. For registered animals, also bring
    to disciplinary action.
                                                                             registration papers. Registered animals without registration
 9. The application of this code of ethics provides for absolute             papers will be shown as grade animals.
    responsibility for an animal’s condition by an owner,
                                                                          6. Upon arrival at the fair, bring your entry form and other
    exhibitor, fitter, trainer or participant whether or not he or
                                                                             required papers to the show superintendent to enter and
    she was actually instrumental in or had actual knowledge
                                                                             get stall or pen assignments. Livestock exhibited in the
    of the treatment of the animal in contravention of this code
                                                                             4-H division must be housed in the facilities provided for
    of ethics.
                                                                             4-H livestock exhibits unless permission is granted by the
10. The act of entering an animal is the giving of consent by                division superintendent prior to entering. Plan to attend the
    the owner, exhibitor, fitter, trainer or absolutely responsible          informational session for 4-H and FFA livestock shows.
    person to have any disciplinary action taken by the fair                 To ensure the health and safety of the animals,
    or livestock show published in any publication of the                    exhibitors and the public, all animals will be checked by
    International Association of Fairs and Expositions, including            the state veterinarian when arriving on the fairgrounds.
    Fairs and Expositions and any special notices to members.                This will be done prior to the stalling of your animals.
11. The act of entering an animal in a fair or livestock show is the         The barns will remain locked until 3 p.m. on Thursday,
    giving of verification by the owner, exhibitor, fitter, trainer or       July 22. No animals, tack or equipment will be allowed
    absolutely responsible person that he or she has read the                into the barns prior to this time.
    IAFE National Code of Show Ring Ethics and understands                7. Be ready to weigh in market beef, sheep, swine or goats
    the consequences of and penalties provided for actions                   at the time designated.
    prohibited by the code. It is further a consent that any action
    which contravenes these rules and is also in violation of             8. Show order will be scheduled by the show superintendent.
    federal, state, or provincial statutes, regulations or rules             Animals must be shown by the exhibitor unless permission
    may be released to appropriate law enforcement authorities               is granted by the division superintendent prior to the show.
    with jurisdiction over such infractions.                                 Substitute show people must follow dress code.

                                                                          9. Registered animals must be registered in the exhibitor’s
Additional Rules and Guidelines                                              name or in joint ownership with the respective breed
for Livestock Exhibitors                                                     association. The exhibitor’s name or family name must
 1. Read all general rules and guidelines for 4-H exhibitors and             appear on the registration papers for solely owned or
    the International Association of Fairs and Expositions (IAFE)            jointly owned animals.
    National Code of Show Ring Ethics. You, the exhibitor, are
                                                                         10. Animals must be owned and managed by the 4-H member
    responsible for following the guidelines stated in these
                                                                             who enters the animal. Animals exhibited must meet rules
    guidelines and code.
                                                                             regarding the length of ownership.
 2. All animal owners are responsible for the welfare of their
                                                                            a. Market beef animals must be owned, with daily manage-
    animals. Exhibitors are expected to provide adequate feed,
                                                                               ment, by the exhibitor by March 1 of the current year.
    water, bedding and housing for the comfort of their animals.
                                                                            b. Beef breeding animals, dairy, swine, sheep and goat
    The exhibitor is responsible for making arrangements for
                                                                               exhibits must be owned, with daily management, by
    appropriate care if he or she is unable to be present.
                                                                               May 1 of the current year. Any animal born after May 1
    The humane treatment of animals is expected and abuse                      must be progeny animals owned from the date of their
    will not be tolerated. The comfort and safety of the animal                birth by the exhibitor.
    must be addressed throughout the fair. Nonstressed animals              An ownership date is not established for poultry and rabbits;
    will perform better for the handler. Exhibitors are expected            however, the exhibitor must have the animals in their
    to handle their animals in a gentle and calm manner and                 possession a minimum of 30 days before their county show
    not create undue excitement in the vicinity of other livestock          or the State Fair show, whichever is held first. A May 1
    or people.                                                              guideline is suggested for all rabbits and poultry, except
 3. Livestock exhibitors must reserve stalls, pens or cages                 for those that would not be of appropriate age at that time.
    for 4-H livestock online at www.ndstatefair.com or with the          11. The same animal of any livestock species may be exhibited
    entry form designed for 4-H, FFA and open classes sent to                in one 4-H or FFA show only, regardless of joint ownership
    the State Fair office by July 12. Late entries have no stall             by both 4-H and FFA members.
    or pen guarantees. (You should keep a photocopy of the
    completed form you send to the State Fair office.)                   12. Health requirements for livestock: Certificates are not
                                                                             required for North Dakota livestock; however, all sheep are



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    required to have the scrapie identification tag. Please note    Premiums
    health statements under each specific class. (For complete      Premiums are paid on all classes in the exhibit list on the
    health requirements and special health requirements for         basis of points awarded for each entry as outlined below.
    out-of-state livestock, see the open class guidelines.)         The premiums are based on the funds appropriated by the
                                                                    North Dakota Legislature. The state of North Dakota provides
13. Drug screen policy to be enforced at the fair: Grand and
                                                                    only the prizes at the State Fair; all other operational funds
    reserve champion market beef, swine and lambs may
                                                                    are derived from the fair’s income. Premiums will be paid at
    be subjected to a drug screen immediately following the
                                                                    10.5 cents per point for most exhibits or 15.5 cents per point
    completion of judging. This drug screen may include tests
                                                                    for large livestock (beef, dairy, goat, sheep, swine) and will be
    for detection of the following:
                                                                    mailed Sept. 1, 2010. Adjustment to points/premiums may be
    a.   steroids                                                   made when necessary as determined by the 4-H and State
    b.   tranquilizers                                              Fair management.
    c.   antibiotics
    d.   diuretics                                                  * Beef and Dairy Classes
    e.   sulfas                                                         Blue ................................................ 200 points
                                                                        Red ................................................. 100 points
    If for some reason an exhibitor has an animal that has
                                                                        White ................................................ 50 points
    been administered antibiotics within 45 days of the show,
    the exhibitor must present a veterinarian’s signed statement
                                                                    * Swine, Goat and Sheep Classes
    to the show superintendent prior to the judging of the class.
                                                                        Blue ................................................ 100 points
    This statement must include:
                                                                        Red ................................................... 50 points
    a. reason for treatment                                             White ................................................ 25 points
    b. antibiotics used plus dosage and frequency
    c. date of last treatment                                       * Market animals
                                                                        Weight group champion ................................... add blue points
14. Exhibitors furnish all feed and bedding. Hay and straw may
                                                                        reserve champion ............................................. add red points
    be purchased on the grounds. Beef exhibitors must use
    sand bedding. No straw will be permitted in beef areas.               Lot champion .................................................... add blue points
                                                                          lot reserve champion ........................................ add red points
15. Fitting and showmanship contest:
    a. Showmanship competition will be part of the shows.                 Champion (species) market animal ................. add points
                                                                                                                             equivalent
    b. All exhibitors may enter showmanship competition.
                                                                                                                             to a blue
       Exhibitors must show their own animals in showmanship
       lots and the animal also must be shown in another lot in           Reserve champion (species) market animal .... add points
       the class.                                                                                                       equivalent
    c. Showmanship contestants will be divided by age as                                                                to a red
       senior, intermediate and junior lots.
    d. A round robin showmanship contest will be held for each      * Breed champions receive additional points equivalent
       age division as noted in the schedule.                         to blue and reserve champions receive additional points
                                                                      equivalent to a red.
    Two participants will be selected for the round robin contest
                                                                    Best of show will be selected from breed champions and will receive
    from each of these shows: beef, dairy, goat, sheep and
                                                                    100 additional points.
    swine.

16. Release of livestock: Upon check-in, every livestock            ** Horsemanship Classes
    exhibitor will be given a release card that clearly states           Blue .................................................. 80 points
    his or her release time. This is based on the distance he            Red ................................................... 40 points
    or she lives from Minot.                                             White ................................................ 20 points
    Open-class sheep and beef entered on Friday and not
    showing in 4-H or FFA – release 6 p.m. Monday.                  ** Horsemanship Timed Events: Pole Bending, Barrel Racing
                                                                         Blue .................................................. 60 points
    Open-class sheep and beef showing in 4-H or FFA –
                                                                         Red ................................................... 30 points
    release time 6 p.m. the day of their last show.
                                                                         White ................................................ 10 points
    Open-class swine, dairy goat and dairy cattle showing in
    4-H or FFA – release Saturday on the following schedule:        ** first place, add blue points; second place, add red points
         those living within 50 miles of Minot – 6 p.m.
         those living 51 to 100 miles of Minot – 5 p.m.             Rabbit, Poultry and Pet Classes
                                                                       Champion ....................................... 100 points
         those living 101 to 150 miles of Minot – 4 p.m.
                                                                       Reserve champion ........................... 75 points
         those living more than 150 miles from Minot – 3 p.m.          Blue .................................................. 50 points
                                                                       Red ................................................... 25 points
                                                                       White ................................................ 15 points

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Grains, Grasses and Legume Sheaves                                       The owner must provide proof of registration and a picture
    Champion ......................................... 80 points         to receive the award. All award winners must submit proof of
    Reserve champion ........................... 65 points               registry and supply an appropriate picture to the National Swine
    Award of Excellence ......................... 50 points              Registry within 60 days of the show to receive their award.
    Blue .................................................. 40 points
                                                                         The Poland China Record Association, Box 9758, Peoria, Ill.
    Red ................................................... 25 points
                                                                         61612, offers the following awards for grand champion market
    White ................................................ 10 points
                                                                         hog overall breeds if they are from a recorded Poland China
                                                                         litter and a picture of the winning entry is provided.
Banners
   Participation ................................... 100 points             Grand champion trophy
                                                                            Grand champion pen trophy
Clothing Revue and Project Expo
    Participation ................................... 100 points         The North Dakota Hereford Association agrees to pay $30 for the
    Award of Excellence ......... 50 points additional                   champion 4-H Hereford heifer and $20 for the reserve champion
                                                                         4-H Hereford heifer if at least 15 head are shown.
All Other 4-H Classes                                                    The North Dakota Veterinary Medical Association will award a
     Champion ......................................... 60 points        savings bond and plaque to the champion round robin showman
     Reserve champion ........................... 50 points              in both the junior and senior 4-H divisions and a plaque for the
     Award of Excellence ......................... 40 points             reserve champion showman in both divisions.
     Blue .................................................. 30 points
                                                                         The North Dakota Stockmen’s Association, offers the Champion
     Red ................................................... 20 points
                                                                         4-H Beef Showmanship Plaque.
     White ................................................ 10 points
                                                                         The North Dakota Wheat Commission, on behalf of North Dakota
Champions                                                                wheat producers, offers additional three place premiums for
If the project guidelines do not specify, one champion and one           samples of winter wheat, hard red spring wheat and durum:
reserve champion may be named in each project. Reserve                      1st – $25     2nd – $20      3rd – $15
champion may be named when champions are selected.
Judges have the discretion to decide when champions                      and additional three place premiums for wheat sheaves:
are merited.
                                                                            1st – $25     2nd – $20      3rd – $15

Showmanship
Premiums for showmanship are based on 40 points for blue,
                                                                         Protests
25 points for red and 10 points for white. No additional points          1. All protests must be made in writing to the show management
are paid for champion or reserve champion.                                  within five hours after the conclusion of the show. Protests
                                                                            made before the show takes place must be brought to the
For livestock exhibits, free stalls or pens will be furnished on            superintendent of the show at least two hours before the show
a first-come, first-served basis in those areas reserved for 4-H,           to provide the superintendent time to address the concern.
and a premium will be paid upon each worthy exhibit according
to placing. The State Fair management will provide funds for             2. All protests must be accompanied by a deposit of $25 in the
costs involved for transporting static exhibits to and from the             livestock department and $10 in all other departments, which
State Fair. The amount is determined by the point value earned              shall be returned to the complainant if sustained, and if the
and the distance from Minot. Livestock transportation expenses              protest is not sustained, then said sum shall be forfeited.
will be paid at the rate of 6 cents per mile one way per animal          3. No protest or appeal based upon the statement that the judge
unit from the exhibitors’ county seat to the North Dakota State             or judges are incompetent or have overlooked an animal or
Fair. An animal unit equals a 1,000-pound animal (one horse,                article will be considered by the show management.
beef or dairy; four hogs; five sheep or goats).
                                                                         4. Protest must state plainly the cause of complaint or appeal,
                                                                            with specific charges and recital of facts relied upon or the
Special Premiums and/or Awards
                                                                            rule violated, naming witnesses by whom proof is to be made
(subject to change)
                                                                            and their addresses.
The National Swine Registry, Box 2417, West Lafayette, Ind.
                                                                         5. All questions in dispute or differences not covered by these
47996-2417, is a consolidation of the American Yorkshire Club,
                                                                            rules shall be referred to the officials of the 4-H division,
Hampshire Swine Registry and United Duroc Swine Registry.
                                                                            whose decisions shall be final.
The National Swine Registry offers $100 to the owner of the
grand champion barrow overall breeds in the on-foot show,                6. Specific reports of areas of concern should be brought to
provided the barrow is a registered Duroc, Hampshire,                       the attention of the State Fair manager.
Landrace or Yorkshire and is from a recorded litter.




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PLANTS and ANIMALS                                                      3. Entry constitutes agreement with all general rules, livestock
                                                                           exhibitor guidelines and the IAFE National Code of Show
                                                                           Ring Ethics as printed in this exhibit list.
Animal Science – Livestock Exhibits
                                                                        4. Animals must be owned, with daily management by the 4-H
                                                                           member who enters the animal, by May 1. Any animal born
Class 11: Project: Beef Cattle                                             after May 1 must be progeny animals owned from the date
 1. Exhibitors must preregister and reserve stalls on the livestock        of their birth by the exhibitor.
    registration form by July 12.                                       5. Exhibitors are limited to two entries per lot per breed and a
 2. Entry must be made on the entry form available at the county           total of six animals. Exhibitors also may enter a static exhibit.
    Extension office and must be signed by an Extension agent.          6. All cattle will be checked by a veterinarian as they enter the
 3. Entry constitutes agreement with all general rules, livestock          barn. No early releases. No certificate required.
    exhibitor guidelines and the International Association of Fairs     7. Champion and reserve champion female may be selected for
    and Expositions (IAFE) National Code of Show Ring Ethics               each breed. Junior champion may be selected if five or more
    as printed in this exhibit list.                                       entries are in a breed from lots 1201 through 1207.
 4. Animals must be owned and managed by the 4-H member
    who enters the animal. Market beef animals must be owned,           Lot
    with daily management by the exhibitor, by March 1, 2010,           1201 Spring heifer calf, born March 2010 or later
    and beef breeding animals must be owned, with daily                 1202 Winter heifer calf, born December 2009 through February
    management, by May 1, 2010.                                              2010
 5. Any animal born after May 1 must be progeny animals owned           1203 Fall heifer, born September through November 2009
    from the date of their birth by the exhibitor.                      1204 Summer yearling heifer, born June through August 2009
                                                                        1205 Spring yearling heifer, born March through May 2009
 6. Exhibitors are limited to two entries per lot per breed and a       1206 Winter yearling heifer, born December 2008 through
    total of six entries. Exhibitors also may enter a static exhibit.        February 2009
 7. All cattle will be checked by a veterinarian as they enter the      1207 Fall yearling heifer, born September through November
    barn. No early releases. No certificate required.                        2008
 8. Beef breeding lots for registered animals with papers will          1208 Two-year-old, born September 2007 through August 2008
    be subdivided by breed.                                             1209 Two-year-old in milk, born September 2007 through August
 9. Crossbreds, grade females of all breeds and registered                   2008
    animals without papers will be shown as commercial heifers.         1210 Lactating cows more than 3 years old, born before
                                                                             Sept. 1, 2007
10. Heifer calves from lot 1110 may be shown in an individual lot.      1211 Dry cows more than 3 years old, born before Sept. 1, 2006
11. Market heifers cannot be shown in beef breeding classes.            1212 Junior showmanship (exhibitor age 8 to 11 before
12. Champion and reserve champion heifer may be selected for                 Sept. 1, 2009)
    each breed.                                                         1213 Intermediate showmanship (exhibitor age 12 to 14 before
13. Market steers and market heifers will be shown on the basis              Sept. 1, 2009)
    of weight. Check schedule for weigh-in times.                       1214 Senior showmanship (exhibitor age 15 to 18 before
                                                                             Sept. 1, 2009)
14. Show management will determine groupings in market lots
    based on weight. Groups will be limited to 10 for judging.
    Group divisions will be posted the evening prior to the show.       Class 13A: Meat/Hair/Pygmy Goat
15. Champion and reserve champion 4-H market beef animals                          (will be shown separately)
    will be selected from those standing first or second in their       1. Exhibitors must preregister and reserve stalls on the livestock
    lot groups.                                                            registration form by July 12.
                                                                        2. Entry must be made on the entry form available at the county
Lot                                                                        Extension office and must be signed by an Extension agent.
1101   Spring heifer calf, born March 2010 or later                     3. Entry constitutes agreement with all general rules, livestock
1102   Junior heifer calf, born in January or February 2010                exhibitor guidelines and the IAFE National Code of Show Ring
1103   Winter heifer calf, born in November or December 2009               Ethics as printed in this exhibit list.
1104   Fall heifer calf, born in September or October 2009
                                                                        4. Animals must be owned, with daily management by the 4-H
1105   Late summer yearling heifer, born in July or August 2009
                                                                           member who enters the animal, by May 1. Any animal born
1106   Early summer yearling heifer, born in May or June 2009
                                                                           after May 1 must be progeny animals owned from the date
1107   Spring yearling heifer, born in March or April 2009
                                                                           of their birth by the exhibitor.
1108   Junior yearling heifer, born in January or February 2009
1109   Senior yearling heifer, born August through December             5. All goats will be checked by a veterinarian as they enter the
       2008                                                                barn. No early releases. No certificate required.
1110   Cow/calf pair (cow any age, calf must be born in 2010)           6. Grades and purebreds will be shown in the same lots.
1111   Market beef animal                                                  Champion male and female per breed may be selected and
1112   Junior showmanship (exhibitor age 8 to 11 before                    a junior champion in the dairy goat division may be selected
       Sept. 1, 2009)                                                      if five or more entries are from lots 1311 through 1314.
1113   Intermediate showmanship (exhibitor age 12 to 14 before          7. Exhibitors are limited to two entries per lot per breed and a
       Sept. 1, 2009)                                                      total of six animals. Exhibitors also may enter a static exhibit.
1114   Senior showmanship (exhibitor age 15 to 18 before
       Sept. 1, 2009)                                                   Lot
                                                                        1301   Doe, born March through April 2010
Class 12: Project: Dairy Cattle                                         1302   Doe, born January through February 2010
1. Exhibitors must preregister and reserve stalls on the livestock      1303   Doe, born August through December 2009
   registration form by July 12.                                        1304   Yearling doe, born August through July 2009
2. Entry must be made on the entry form available in this book          1305   Two-year-old doe
   or at the county Extension office and must be signed by an           1306   Doe more than 2 years old
   Extension agent.                                                     1307   Buck, born on or after March 1, 2010

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1308 Buck, born January through February 2010                              for the state 4-H horse show. If your county show is after this
1309 Buck, born August through December 2009                               date, preregister for the event you anticipate qualifying for.
                                                                           Bring an updated form to the state fair.
Market Goat
                                                                        2. Exhibitors must enter lots based on age before Sept. 1, 2009.
1310 Wether or doe, any breed or breed cross born on or after              Entry forms are available on the Center for 4-H Youth Devel-
      Jan. 1, 2010                                                         opment Web site.
Showmanship                                                             3. Exhibitors may enter each lot appropriate for their age (as of
1324 Junior showmanship (exhibitor age 8 to 11 before                      Sept. 1, 2009), if they received a blue ribbon in this event in
     Sept. 1, 2009) – meat/hair goats                                      a county 4-H show since the previous state fair and it is with
1325 Intermediate showmanship (exhibitor age 12 to 14                      the same horse.
     before Sept. 1, 2009) – meat/hair goats                            4. If a change in horse entries occurs due to an injury or illness,
1326 Senior showmanship (exhibitor age 15 to 18 before                     a written letter from the attending veterinarian must be sent to:
     Sept. 1, 2009) – meat/hair goats                                      4-H Horse Show, North Dakota State Fair, P.O. Box 1796,
                                                                           Minot, ND 58702. No substitutions will be allowed without
Class 13B: Dairy Goat                                                      previous notice.
1. Exhibitors must preregister and reserve stalls on the livestock      5. No stalls will be available for the open show. 4-H horses are
   registration form by July 12.                                           to be stalled between noon and 6 p.m. on Sunday, July 25,
2. Entry must be made on the entry form available at the county            or by 8 a.m. on Monday, July 26. Stalls are being used by
   Extension office and must be signed by an Extension agent.              exhibitors in other horse shows and will not be available
                                                                           until Sunday afternoon. Horses with stalls must remain
3. Entry constitutes agreement with all general rules, livestock           on the fairgrounds until your classes finish on Tuesday,
   exhibitor guidelines and the IAFE National Code of Show Ring            July 27, or Wednesday, July 28.
   Ethics as printed in this exhibit list.
                                                                        6. Stalls and exhibit areas must be kept neat and clean at all
4. Animals must be owned, with daily management by the 4-H                 times. Exhibitors are encouraged to decorate their stalls.
   member who enters the animal, by May 1. Any animal born
   after May 1 must be progeny animals owned from the date              7. No riding in the barns is allowed! This is a safety issue.
   of their birth by the exhibitor.                                        Premiums may be withheld and expulsion from the
                                                                           fairgrounds may result from violation of this rule.
5. All goats will be checked by a veterinarian as they enter the
   barn. No early releases. No certificate required.                    8. All exhibitors are required to purchase a trailer pass in
                                                                           advance. The pass must remain on the trailer while it is parked
6. Grades and purebreds will be shown in the same lots.                    on the state fairgrounds. Parking passes for horse show
   Champion male and female per breed may be selected and                  exhibitors will only be given for days the exhibitor is entered in
   a junior champion in the dairy goat division may be selected            a horse show. Camping passes also are to be pre-purchased,
   if five or more entries are from lots 1311 through 1314.                as limited camping facilities are available on the grounds.
7. Exhibitors are limited to two entries per lot per breed and a        9. The rules and guidelines in GBH092 “N.D. Horse Show Rules”
   total of six animals. Exhibitors also may enter a static exhibit.       will apply. Show management reserves the right to interpret
8. No horns are allowed on dairy goats.                                    the rules as necessary for issues not clearly defined.
9. Classes 1311 through 1314 consist of does less than 24              10. Dress code: All exhibitors will be neatly dressed and must
   months of age that are not in milk and never have freshened.            wear a long-sleeved, solid white shirt with a 4-H emblem
   Classes 1315 through 1318 consist of any doe that is in milk.           on the front. In addition, exhibitors must wear ASTM-SEI
1311 Doe, born on or after March 1, 2010                                   approved harness helmets for all mounted events (Western
1312 Doe, born January through February 2010                               hats are permitted for showmanship), Western boots, blue or
1313 Doe, born August through December 2009                                black jeans (dark colored) and a belt. Gloves are permitted
1314 Yearling doe born August 2008 through July 2009                       only in English events.
1315 Milker, under 2 years old                                         11. Exhibitor number(s) must be visible clearly on the center of
1316 Milker, 2 years old                                                   the back, pinned top and bottom, and should remain in the
1317 Milker, 3 and 4 years old                                             format distributed.
1318 Milker, 5 years and older                                         12. Horses may be warmed up and exercised in the specified
1319 Dry doe more than 2 years old                                         outdoor warm-up area or the indoor arena only. Riding or
1320 Buck, born in or after August 2009                                    exercising in the cattle tie-out area is not permitted.
Showmanship                                                            13. All entrants must be ready at the time they are called.
1321 Junior showmanship (exhibitor age 8 to 11 before                      Equipment failures or horse injuries will forfeit the entry.
     Sept. 1, 2009) – dairy goats                                      14. If a horse becomes unruly in the arena or on the premises,
1322 Intermediate showmanship (exhibitor age 12 to 14                      the horse and exhibitor shall be dismissed from the ring or
     before Sept. 1, 2009) – dairy goats                                   premises.
1323 Senior showmanship (exhibitor age 15 to 18 before                 15. Unsportsmanlike conduct or abusive language or actions on
     Sept. 1, 2009) – dairy goats                                          the part of any 4-H exhibitor, parent, family member or leader
                                                                           may result in penalization determined by the 4-H horse show
Class 14: Project: Horsemanship                                            committee.
These rules apply to the 4-H horse show at the North Dakota            16. No person other than the exhibitors and show officials will
State Fair and are in addition to the general rules for 4-H                be allowed in the ring while the show is in progress.
exhibitors and the International Association of Fairs and              17. Any exhibitor wishing to discuss any matter with the judge
Expositions (IAFE) National Code of Show Ring Ethics.                      first must contact the ring steward (after completion of the
Rules in this exhibit list supersede other rules that may                  class), who will then arrange such an appointment if the judge
be printed in project manuals or are otherwise assumed.                    approves. The judge’s decision in all classes shall be final.
 1. Horse stall reservations/pre-entry forms must be sent to the       18. The Amanda Ebensteiner Memorial Award is presented
    State Fair Office by July 12, 2010. Exhibitors are expected to         annually to the champion 4-H Western horsemanship winner
    clean their own stalls and area prior to leaving the grounds.          in the 12- to 14-year-old division at the North Dakota State
    A 4-H member is limited to two animals (horses or mules)               Fair. In 1987, Amanda Ebensteiner became a member of

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    the Ramsey Riders 4-H club in Devils Lake, and during the               care of the poultry; however, the State Fair will provide feed,
    next 10 years she participated in nearly two dozen 4-H project          water and bedding for a fee of 50 cents per bird or $1 per pair
    areas. But to anyone who knew her, there was no doubt that              or trio, payable at registration.
    Amanda’s first love was horses. Amanda’s quiet, mild manner          3. Entry constitutes agreement with all general rules, livestock
    gave way to a determined and focused competitor in the                  exhibitor guidelines and the IAFE National Code of Show Ring
    show ring. Her performance was evidence of her hard work                Ethics as printed in this exhibit list. Exhibitors must provide care
    and dedication. Amanda lost her long battle with cancer on              for their animals exhibited from entry until release at the end of
    July 6, 1997, but her strength and determination should                 the fair.
    continue to be an inspiration to us all.
                                                                         4. Exhibitors are limited to two entries per lot per breed and a
19. 4-H horse show schedule is combined with the 4-H schedule               total of 12. Exhibitors are encouraged to enter a static exhibit.
    at the beginning of this exhibit list. The starting time is listed
    for the first event of the day. Other classes will follow in         5. Exhibitors must be present during judging. Animals will be
                                                                            brought to the table for show. Exceptions may be made by
    sequence as much as possible. Exhibitors should be ready
    in the event that schedule changes are necessary. Show                  the judge or show superintendent.
    management has the right to make schedule adjustments                6. Market animals may not be shown in breeding lots.
    if needed to meet time requirements.                                 7. Champions and reserve champions may be selected in lots
                                                                            with at least five entries or at the discretion of the judge.
Lot
                                                                         8. Exhibitors are encouraged to enter showmanship and may
Western Events                                                              sign up at registration.
1401 Showmanship at halter, 11 years and under
1402 Showmanship at halter, 12 through 14 years                          Lot
1403 Showmanship at halter, 15 through 18 years                          Chickens – Breeding Large Breeds
1411 Western horsemanship, 11 years and under                            1601 Cockerel
1412 Western horsemanship, 12 though 14 years                            1602 Pullet
1413 Western horsemanship, 15 through 18 years                           1603 Trio of young birds – one male, two females
1416 Western pleasure, 11 years and under                                1604 Cock, more than 1 year old
1417 Western pleasure, 12 though 14 years                                1605 Hen, more than 1year old
1418 Western pleasure, 15 through 18 years                               1606 Trio of birds, more than 1 year old – one male, two females
1421 Trail, 11 years and under
1422 Trail, 12 through 14 years                                          Chickens – Egg Production
1423 Trail, 15 through 18 years                                          1607 Three pullets
1431 Western riding, 11 years and under                                  1608 Three hens, more than 14 months of age
1432 Western riding, 12 through 14 years
1433 Western riding, 15 through 18 years                                 Chicken – Market
1441 Reining, 11 years and under                                         1609 Three lightweights, under 5 pounds
1442 Reining, 12 through 14 years                                        1610 Three heavyweights, more than 5 pounds
1443 Reining, 15 through 18 years
                                                                         Chicken – Breeding Bantams
Timed Events                                                             1611 Cockerel
1451 Pole bending, 11 years and under                                    1612 Pullet
1452 Pole bending, 12 through 14 years                                   1613 Trio of young birds – one male, two females
1453 Pole bending, 15 through 18 years                                   1614 Cock, more than 1 year old
1461 Barrel racing, 11 years and under                                   1615 Hen, more than 1 year old
1462 Barrel racing, 12 through 14 years                                  1616 Trio of birds, more than 1 year old – one male, two females
1463 Barrel racing, 15 through 18 years
                                                                         Turkeys
1466 Goat tying, 11 years and under
1467 Goat tying, 12 through 14 years                                     1621 Male
1468 Goat tying, 15 through 18 years                                     1622 Female
                                                                         1623 Breeding pair
English Events                                                           1624 Market, one bird under 1 year old
1471 Hunt seat equitation, 11 years and under
                                                                         Geese
1472 Hunt seat equitation, 12 through 14 years
1473 Hunt seat equitation, 15 through 18 years                           1631 Male
1476 Hunter hack, 11 years and under                                     1632 Female
1477 Hunter hack, 12 through 14 years                                    1633 Breeding pair, male and female more than 1 year old
1478 Hunter hack, 15 through 18 years                                    1634 Market, one bird under 1 year old
1481 Equitation over fences, 11 years and under                          Ducks
1482 Equitation over fences, 12 through 14 years
                                                                         1641 Male
1483 Equitation over fences, 15 through 18 years
                                                                         1642 Female
1491 Hunter under saddle, 11 years and under
                                                                         1643 Breeding pair, male and female more than 1 year old
1492 Hunter under saddle, 12 through 14 years
                                                                         1644 Market, one bird under 1 year old
1493 Hunter under saddle, 15 through 18 years
                                                                         Pigeons
Class 16: Project: Poultry                                               1651 Male
1. Poultry exhibits must be healthy. No certificate required.            1652 Female
   All entries are subject to inspection by the State Fair and are       1653 Breeding pair, young male and female
   to be free of parasites and disease. Any poultry exhibited that
   does not appear healthy will be removed.                              Other Domestic Fowl Raised as Part of Poultry Project
                                                                         1661 Male
2. The fair will provide show cages for exhibiting poultry. Cages
                                                                         1662 Female
   must be reserved by July 12. Exhibitors are responsible for



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Showmanship                                                            4F     Dwarf Hotot
1671 Junior (exhibitor age 8 to 12 before Sept. 1, 2009)               4G     English Angora
1672 Senior (exhibitor age 13 to 18 before Sept. 1, 2009)              4H     English Spot
                                                                       4I     Florida Whites
Class 17: Project: Rabbits                                             4J     French Angora
                                                                       4K     Harlequin
 1. Rabbit exhibits must be healthy. No certificate required.          4L     Havana
    All entries are subject to inspection by the State Fair and are    4M     Himalayan
    to be free of parasites and disease. Unhealthy animals will be     4N     Holland Lop
    removed.                                                           4O     Jersey Wooly
 2. A member may exhibit twice per lot per breed and have a            4P     Lilac
    total of 12 animals. Exhibitors also may enter a static exhibit.   4Q     Mini Lop
 3. Entry constitutes agreement with all general rules, livestock      4R     Mini Rex
    exhibitor guidelines and the IAFE National Code of Show Ring       4S     Netherland Dwarfs
    Ethics as printed in this exhibit list.                            4T     Polish
 4. Exhibitors must furnish their own feed and litter. Exhibitors      4U     Rex
    must be present or make arrangements to feed, water and            4V     Rhinelander
    clean cages for the animals every day until they are released      4W     Satin Angora
    at the end of the fair.                                            4X     Silver Martin
                                                                       4Y     Silvers
 5. The fair will provide cages for exhibiting rabbits. Cages must
                                                                       4Z     Standard Chinchilla
    be reserved by July 12.
                                                                       4AA    Tans
 6. Crossbred rabbits may be entered only in market classes.
 7. Market animals may not be shown in breeding lots.                  Lot
                                                                       Breeding – Class 4 Breeds
 8. Champion and reserve champions may be selected in breeds
    with at least five entries or at the discretion of the judge.      1707 Junior buck, under 6 months
                                                                       1708 Senior buck, 6 months and over
 9. A Best of Show male and female will be selected from the           1709 Junior doe, under 6 months
    breed champions or first place exhibits from each breed.
                                                                       1710 Senior doe, 6 months and over
10. Enter rabbits on the form used for 4-H, FFA, ARBA and open
    class available at your county Extension office. The form must     Market
    be signed by the county Extension staff. Use the following         1711 Small fryer – 2½ to 4 pounds, up to 65 days
    class codes for breeds for consistency with the other divisions.   1712 Pen of three small fryers – 2½ to 4 pounds, up to 65 days
    (list like this)                                                   1713 Large fryer, to 5½ pounds
    Example: 6A – American (etc.) Please state color after class.      1714 Pen of three large fryers, 4 to 5½ pounds
                                                                       1715 Roaster, more than 5½ pounds, under 8 months
Code   Class 6 Breeds                                                  1716 Two stewers, more than 5½ pounds, over 8 months
6A     American                                                        Pet Rabbit
6B     American Chinchilla
                                                                       1717 Any rabbit kept as a pet
6C     Beveran
6D     Californian                                                     Showmanship
6E     Champagnes D’Argent                                             1721 Junior (exhibitor age 8 to 12 before Sept. 1, 2009)
6F     Checkered Giant                                                 1722 Senior (exhibitor age 13 to 18 before Sept. 1, 2009)
6G     Cinnamon
6H     Crème D’Argent
6I     English Lop
                                                                       Class 18: Project: Sheep
6J     Flemish Giant                                                    1. Exhibitors must preregister and reserve stalls on the livestock
6K     French Lop                                                          registration form by July 12.
6L     Giant Chinchilla                                                 2. Entry must be made on the entry form available in this book
6M     Giant Angora                                                        or at the county Extension office and must be signed by an
6N     Hotot                                                               Extension agent.
6O     New Zealand                                                      3. Entry constitutes agreement with all general rules, livestock
6P     Palomino                                                            exhibitor guidelines and the IAFE National Code of Show
6Q     Satin                                                               Ring Ethics as printed in this exhibit list.
6R     Silver Fox                                                       4. Animals must be owned, with daily management by the 4-H
6S     Any other breed                                                     member who enters the animal, by May 1. Any animal born
Lot                                                                        after May 1 must be progeny animals owned from the date
Breeding – Class 6 Breeds                                                  of their birth by the exhibitor.
1701 Junior buck, 3 to 5 months                                         5. Exhibitors are limited to two entries per lot per breed and a
1702 Intermediate buck, 6 to 8 months                                      total of six entries. Exhibitors also may enter a static exhibit.
1703 Senior buck, more than 8 months                                    6. All sheep will be checked by the veterinarian as they enter
1704 Junior doe, 3 to 5 months                                             the barn. Rams 6 months of age and older must have an
1705 Intermediate doe, 6 to 8 months                                       approved Brucella ovis test or the flock of origin must have
1706 Senior doe, more than 8 months                                        a negative Brucella ovis status. A negative Brucella ovis
                                                                           status is nontransferable from one flock to another for those
Code   Class 4 Breeds                                                      animals that are sold. Sheep showing evidence of infectious
4A     American Fuzzy Lop                                                  eye or skin lesions will be dismissed at any time during the
4B     American Sable                                                      fair. No early releases. No health certificate required, but all
4C     Belgian Hare                                                        sheep must have a scrapie identification tag.
4D     Britiannia Petite
4E     Dutch

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 7. Champion and reserve champion ewe and champion and                 7. Champion and reserve champion female and male for each
    reserve champion ram for each breed may be selected.                  breed may be selected.
    Crossbreds will be grouped together. A crossbred is any            8. Market gilts cannot be shown in swine breeding classes.
    ewe that is the result of mating two or more different breeds.
                                                                       9. Each of the market barrow and gilt divisions will be shown
 8. Market ewe lambs cannot be shown in breeding sheep                    on the basis of weight classification. Following weigh-in, the
    classes.                                                              management will determine the division of the lots according
 9. Each of the market wether lamb and market ewe lots will               to the weight distribution and number of animals, with no more
    be shown on the basis of weight classification. Following             than 15 in a group. Class weight breakdowns will be posted.
    weigh-in, the management will determine the lot groups                Market barrows and gilts should weigh at least 210 pounds.
    according to weight distribution and number of animals,               Underweight market hogs will be shown in a special sublot
    with no more than 20 in each group. Class weight groups               and will not qualify for champion consideration. Market hogs
    will be posted. Market lambs must weigh at least 90 pounds            standing first and second in each weight division will compete
    to qualify for champion consideration. Underweight lambs              for champion and reserve champion 4-H market hog.
    will be shown in a special sublot. Lambs standing first and
    second in each weight group will show for champion and             Swine Breeding
    reserve champion 4-H market lamb.                                  1901 Registered gilt, born January 2010 or later
10. Muzzles: Exhibit animals will not be muzzled while on the          1902 Registered gilt, born October through December 2009
    fairgrounds.                                                       1903 Registered gilt, born July through September 2009
11. Market lambs should be shorn before coming to the fair.            1904 Registered sow, born January through June 2009
                                                                       1905 Grade gilt, born January 2010 or later
12. No lifting or slapping of lambs allowed.                           1906 Grade gilt, born July through December 2009
                                                                       1907 Grade sow, born January through June 2009
Sheep Breeding
                                                                       1908 Registered or hybrid boar, born January 2010 or later
1801 Registered spring ewe lamb, born January 2010 or later            1909 Registered or hybrid boar, born July through December
1802 Registered fall ewe lamb, born September through                        2009
     December 2009
1803 Registered yearling ewe, born September 2008 through              Market Swine
     August 2009                                                       1910 Market hog, gilts
1804 Grade spring ewe lamb, born January 2010 or later                 1911 Market hog, barrows
1805 Grade fall ewe lamb, or Grade yearling ewe, born
     September 2008 through December 2009                              Fitting and Showmanship
1806 Registered spring ram lamb, born January 2010 or later            1912 Junior (exhibitor age 8 to 11 before Sept. 1, 2009)
1807 Registered fall ram lamb, born September through                  1913 Intermediate (exhibitor age 12 to 14 before Sept. 1, 2009)
     December 2009                                                     1914 Senior showmanship (exhibitor age 15 to 18 before
1808 Registered yearling ram, born September 2008 through                     Sept. 1, 2009)
     August 2009
1809 Commercial ram, born on or after Dec. 1, 2009
                                                                       Animal Science – Static Exhibits
Market Sheep
1810 Market ewe lamb                                                   Class 10: Animal and Veterinary Science
1811 Wether lamb                                                       1. Exhibitor may enter two exhibits in each project and is limited
Showmanship                                                               to one per lot.
1812 Junior showmanship, (exhibitor age 8 to 11 before                 2. Do not enter record books as an exhibit at the State Fair.
     Sept. 1, 2009)
                                                                          Record books may be included as part of a display if they
1813 Intermediate showmanship, teen/senior (exhibitor age
     12 to 14 before Sept. 1, 2009)                                       support the education in the display.
1814 Senior showmanship (exhibitor age 15 to 18 before
     Sept. 1, 2009)
                                                                       Class 10A: Veterinary Science
Class 19: Project: Swine                                               Project materials may be from The Normal Animal, Animal
                                                                       Disease, The Veterinary Science series or other study of
1. Exhibitors must preregister and reserve stalls on the livestock     veterinary science.
   registration form by July 12.
2. Entry must be made on the entry form available in this book         Lot
   or at the county Extension office and must be signed by an          1001 Any display of work for the Veterinary Science project
   Extension agent.                                                    1002 Second display of work for the Veterinary Science project
3. Entry constitutes agreement with all general rules, livestock
   exhibitor guidelines and the IAFE National Code of Show Ring        Class 10B: Apiary Science
   Ethics as printed in this exhibit list.
                                                                       1003 Any display or product from the beekeeping project
4. Animals must be owned, with daily management by the 4-H             1004 Second display or product from the beekeeping project
   member who enters the animal, by May 1. Any animal born
   after May 1 must be progeny animals owned from the date
   of their birth by the exhibitor.
                                                                       Class 10C: Beef
                                                                       1011 Item or display of activity completed in the beef project
5. Exhibitors are limited to two entries per lot per breed and a       1012 Second item or display of activity completed in the beef
   total of six animals. Exhibitors also may enter a static exhibit.        project
6. Swine will be checked by a veterinarian as they enter the barn.
   No early releases. A health certificate is not required for swine
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Class 10D: Dairy Cattle                                             Plant Science
1021 Item or display of activity completed in the dairy project
1022 Second item or display of activity completed in the dairy      Class 21: Crop Production
     project                                                        1. Exhibitor may enter once per lot per variety. Exhibitor is limited
                                                                       to the number of entries receiving blue at the county level in
Class 10E: Goats                                                       Crop Production or a maximum of 10 entries.
1031 Item or display of activity completed in the goat project      2. State variety name on the label.
1032 Second item or display of activity completed in the goat
                                                                    3. Entry size is 1 quart for all lots of harvested grain and seed.
     project
                                                                    4. Grain need not be grown by the 4-H member.
Class 10F: Horse                                                    5. In addition to entering a grain sample or sheaf, 4-H members
1041 Item or display of activity completed in the horse project        enrolled in Crop Production may enter the following lot:
1042 Second item or display of activity completed in the horse
                                                                    Lot
     project
                                                                    2101 Item or display of Crop Production
                                                                    2102 Second item or display of Crop Production
Class 10G: Pets
1051 Item made for the pet project                                  Harvested Grain and Seed – 2008 or 2009 Crop
1052 Second item made for the pet project                           2111 Hard red spring wheat
                                                                    2112 Hard red winter wheat
Class 10H: Cats                                                     2113 Durum wheat
1053 Item made or display of activity completed for the cat         2114 Oats
     project                                                        2115 Barley
1054 Second item made or display of activity completed for          2116 Flax
     the cat project                                                2117 Rye
                                                                    2118 Sunflowers, oil
                                                                    2119 Sunflowers, nonoil
Class 10J: Dogs                                                     2120 Corn, grain or 10 ears
1055 Item made or display of activity completed for the dog         2121 Beans: any type
     project                                                        2122 Canola
1056 Second item made or display of activity completed for          2123 Field peas
     the dog project                                                2124 Other large seeds: lentils, safflower and other large-seed
                                                                          crops
Class 10K: Poultry                                                  2125 Other small seeds: millet, grass seed, alfalfa, mustard,
1061 Item or display of activity completed in the poultry project         rape seed and others
1062 Second item or display of activity completed in the poultry
     project                                                        Small-grain Sheaves
                                                                    1. Small-grain sheaves should be stripped of leaves if headed,
Eggs (eggs are to be from your production in the poultry               and roots should be removed.
project)                                                            2. Small-grain sheaves should measure 2½ to 3 inches in
1063 White chicken eggs, one dozen                                     diameter halfway between the butt and the head.
1064 Brown chicken eggs, one dozen
                                                                    3. Sheaves should be tied firmly and securely in three to four
1065 Colored chicken eggs, one dozen
                                                                       places.
1066 Eggs from other poultry, six eggs
                                                                    2131 Hard red spring wheat
                                                                    2132 Hard red winter wheat
Class 10L: Rabbits                                                  2133 Durum wheat
1071 Item or display of activity completed in the rabbit project    2134 Oats
1072 Second item or display of activity completed in the rabbit     2135 Barley
     project                                                        2136 Flax
                                                                    2137 Rye
Class 10M: Sheep
1081 Item or display of activity completed in the sheep project     Forage Sheaves
1082 Second item or display of activity completed in the sheep      1. Forage sheaves should be 3 to 4 inches in diameter at the butt.
     project                                                        2. Tie the sheaf in two to four places as needed.
                                                                    3. Legume sheaves are best shown as a fresh (but not wet) sheaf.
Class 10N: Swine                                                    2138 Legumes
1091 Item or display of activity completed in the swine project     2139 Grasses
1092 Second item or display of activity completed in the swine
     project                                                        Other Sheaves
                                                                    1. Display with leaves on and roots removed.
                                                                    2. Tie stalks in three to four places.
                                                                    3. These sheaves or collection of stalks are best shown in a
                                                                       freshly cut condition.
                                                                    2140 Corn, six stalks
                                                                    2141 Sunflowers, six stalks
                                                                    2142 Canola
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Class 25: Project: Horticulture                                      Vegetable Group 6 – peppers and tomatoes
                                                                     2532 Three peppers, bell – uniform size and shape
Class 25A: Garden Produce                                            2533 Three peppers, other – uniform size and shape
1. The State Fair will provide exhibit containers.                   2534 12 tomatoes, cherry – stems removed
2. State variety on the label.                                       2535 Six tomatoes, green – uniform fruits, stems removed
3. Publication GCC091, “Harvesting and Exhibiting Vegetables,”       2536 Six tomatoes, ripe – uniform fruits, stems removed
   provides exhibit guidelines.                                      Vegetable Group 7 – potatoes
4. Exhibitor may enter once per lot in the Garden Produce section,   2537 Six potatoes, red – uniform tubers
   limited to the number of blue ribbons received at the county,     2538 Six potatoes, white – uniform tubers
   or a maximum of 10 entries.                                       2539 Six potatoes, russet – uniform tubers
5. Since timing of fairs varies, exhibitor may enter in different
                                                                     Vegetable Group 8 – perennials
   lots at the State Fair than were entered at the county fair.
                                                                     2540 Three dill heads
6. If quality merits, each produce group below will have a
                                                                     2541 Rhubarb – six stalks, in one bunch; trim so 2 inches of
   champion and reserve champion selected.
                                                                           leaf blade remains attached, do not remove ends
7. Vegetable garden collection will receive an additional
   20 premium points.                                                Vegetable Group 9 – miscellaneous
Lot                                                                  2542 Three sweet corn, show ears with husk on
Vegetable Garden Collection                                          2543 Any other vegetable grown as part of the project
2501 Garden collection of five vegetables species – exhibit          2544 Herb garden planted in a container
        one to three of each vegetable type based on size of         Fruits
        vegetable. Exhibitor should provide display box.             2551     Apples, six fruits
Vegetable Group 1 – peas and beans                                   2552     Cherries, 1 pint
2502 12 beans, green – calyx attached                                2553     Crabapples, 12 fruits
2503 12 beans, yellow – calyx attached                               2554     Currants, 1 pint
2504 12 peas – uniform pods, calyx attached                          2555     Gooseberries, 1 pint
                                                                     2556     Plums, 12 fruits
Vegetable Group 2 – root crops                                       2557     Raspberries, 1 pint
2505 Six beets, tops 1 inch long                                     2558     Strawberries – 1 pint, caps on
2506 Six carrots – uniform type, 1-inch tops                         2559     Juneberries, 1 pint
2507 Three parsnip roots, tops 1 inch long                           2560     Chokecherries, 1 pint
2508 Six radishes, globe – show with 1-inch tops and tap root        2561     Other fruit grown as part of 4-H project (exhibit amount
2509 Six radishes, icicle – show with 1-inch tops and tap root                as similarly sized fruit above)
2510 Three rutabaga, 1-inch tops
2511 Six turnips, show with 1½-inch tops, leave tap root             Class 25B: Flower Gardening
Vegetable Group 3 – greens and leafy crops                           1. Exhibitor may enter two exhibits, but once per lot.
2512 One broccoli, minimum head diameter 3 inches                    2571 Poster including flower bed plan, color combinations,
2513 One cabbage, show with one or two green wrapper leaves                 description of project and photos of flower bed
2514 Celery, one bunch                                               2572 Cut flowers from your garden, exhibit three of one specie,
2515 One cauliflower, trim leaves flush with curd                           not in a floral arrangement
2516 Three kohlrabi – remove root and stem at base, cut tops         2573 Arrangement of fresh flowers from your garden in
      at base                                                               appropriate container
2517 One lettuce head or three leaf lettuce plants                   2574 Item or display completed for Flower Gardening
2518 Three spinach plants, with washed roots
2519 Three Swiss chard plants, remove roots from each plant          Class 25C: Other Horticulture and Gardening
                                                                     1. Exhibits may be from Gardening unit 1, 2 or 3 or other study
Vegetable Group 4 – vine crops                                          of horticulture
2520 Six cucumbers, pickling – show with ½-inch-long stem            2. Exhibitor may enter two exhibits, but once per lot.
2521 Three cucumbers, slicing – 6 to 8 inches long
2522 One egg plant                                                   Exhibitors Under Age 13
2523 One muskmelon, mature
                                                                     2581 Any item or display, Horticulture
2524 One pumpkin, mature
                                                                     2582 Second item or display, Horticulture
2525 Three squash, summer – zucchini type, not more than
      8 inches long, stem attached                                   Exhibitors Age 13 to 18
2526 One squash, winter, mature                                      2583 Any item or display, Horticulture
2527 One watermelon, mature – show with 1½-inch stem                 2584 Second item or display, Horticulture
Vegetable Group 5 – onions
2528 Six onions, green table – maximum bulb diameter ½ inch,
      overall length 6 to 8 inches; roots trimmed to ¾ inch
2529 Six onions, white, mature – show with outer scales on,
      tops 1 inch long; trim roots ¾ inch
2530 Six onions, red, mature – show with outer scales,
      tops 1 inch long; trim roots ¾ inch
2531 Six onions, yellow, mature – show with outer scales,
      tops 1 inch long; trim roots ¾ inch




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ENVIRONMENT and                                                         Exhibitors Age 13 to 18

NATURAL RESOURCES                                                       Class 28A: Environment
                                                                        2821 Item or display completed for Environment, Eco-Wonders
Class 27: Project: Insect – Entomology                                  2822 Second item or display completed for Environment,
                                                                             Eco-Wonders
1. Exhibitor may enter two exhibits in this project and is limited to
   one per lot. Exhibits may be from Insectaganza of Excitement
   unit 1, 2 or 3 or other entomology study.                            Class 28B: Fishing
                                                                        2823 Item or display completed for Fishing
Lot                                                                     2824 Second item or display completed for Fishing
Exhibitors Under Age 13
2701 Item or display completed for Entomology                           Class 28C: Nature Trails
2702 Second item or display completed for Entomology                    2825 Item or display completed for Nature Trails 1, 2 or 3
                                                                        2826 Second item or display completed for Nature Trails 1, 2
Exhibitors Age 13 to 18                                                      or 3
2703 Item or display completed for Entomology
2704 Second item or display completed for Entomology                    Class 28D: Bird Watching
                                                                        2827 Item completed for Bird Watching in North Dakota
Class 28: Project: Outdoor Skills                                       2828 Second item completed for Bird Watching in North Dakota
1. Exhibitor may enter two exhibits in each of the following
   outdoor skills projects.                                             Class 28E: Forestry
Lot                                                                     2829 Item or display completed for Forestry
                                                                        2830 Second item or display completed for Forestry
Exhibitors Under Age 13
                                                                        Class 28F: Outdoor Adventures
Class 28A: Environment                                                  2831 Item or display completed for Outdoor Adventures Series
2801 Item or display completed for Environment, Eco-Wonders             2832 Second item or display completed for Outdoor Adventures
2802 Second item or display completed for Environment,                       Series
     Eco-Wonders
                                                                        Class 28G: Shooting Sports
Class 28B: Fishing                                                      2833 Item or display completed for Shooting Sports (may not
2803 Item or display completed for Fishing                                   contain live ammunition, a functional gun, bow or other
2804 Second item or display, Fishing                                         shooting equipment)
                                                                        2834 Second item or display completed for Shooting Sports
Class 28C: Nature Trails
2805 Item or display completed for Nature Trails 1, 2 or 3              Class 28H: Wildlife
2806 Second item or display completed for Nature Trails 1,              2835 Item or display completed for Wildlife, level A, B, C or D
     2 or 3                                                             2836 Second item or display completed for Wildlife, level A, B,
                                                                             C or D
Class 28D: Bird Watching
2807 Item completed for Bird Watching in North Dakota                   Class 28J: Outdoor Skills
2808 Second item completed for Bird Watching in North Dakota            2837 Item or display completed for Outdoor Skills Project –
                                                                             not listed above
Class 28E: Forestry                                                     2838 Second item or display completed for Outdoor Skills
2809 Item or display completed for Forestry                                  Project – not listed above
2810 Second item or display completed for Forestry

Class 28F: Outdoor Adventures                                           ENGINEERING SCIENCE
2811 Item or display completed for Outdoor Adventures Series
2812 Second item or display completed for Outdoor Adventures
                                                                        and TECHNOLOGY
     Series
                                                                        Class 30: Engineering and Technology
Class 28G: Shooting Sports                                              1. Exhibitor may enter two exhibits in engineering and technology
                                                                           projects not included in classes 31 through 39.
2813 Item or display completed for Shooting Sports (may not
     contain live ammunition, a functional gun, bow or other            Lot
     shooting equipment)                                                3001 Item made or display for engineering technology
2814 Second item or display completed for Shooting Sports               3002 Second item or display for engineering technology
Class 28H: Wildlife                                                     Class 31: Project: Aerospace
2815 Item or display completed for Wildlife, level A, B, C or D         1. Exhibitor may enter two exhibits in this project and is limited
2816 Second item or display completed for Wildlife, level A, B,            to one per lot. Exhibits may be from Aerospace stages 1, 2,
     C or D                                                                3 or 4 or from other Aerospace study.
                                                                        2. Remove engines from rockets or planes before exhibiting.
Class 28J: Outdoor Skills
2817 Item or display completed for Outdoor Skills Project –
     not listed above
2818 Second item or display completed for Outdoor Skills
     Project – not listed above
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Lot                                                                  Exhibitors Age 13 to 18
Exhibitors Under Age 13                                              3507 Item or display made for Unit 1, 4-H Arc Welding
3101 Item made or display completed for Aerospace                    3508 Item or display made for Unit 2, 4-H Arc Welding
3102 Second item made or display completed for Aerospace             3509 Item or display made with or about wire arc welder
                                                                     3510 Item or display made with or about oxy-acetylene welding
Exhibitors Age 13 to 18                                              3511 Item or display made with or about brazing or soldering
3103 Item made or display completed for Aerospace                    3512 Other item or display made for your welding project
3104 Second item made or display completed for Aerospace
                                                                     Class 36: Project: Woodworking
Class 32: Project: Bicycle                                           1. Exhibitor may enter two exhibits in this project and is limited
1. Exhibitor may enter two exhibits in this project and is limited      to one per lot. Exhibits may be from Woodworking unit 1, 2,
   to one per lot. Exhibits may be from Bicycle unit 1, 2 or 3 or       3 or 4 or from other study of woodworking using cutting and
   other bicycle study.                                                 construction skills.

Lot                                                                  Lot
Exhibitors Under Age 13                                              Exhibitors Under Age 13
3201 Item made or display completed for Bicycle                      3601 Item made or display completed for Woodworking
3202 Second item made or display completed for Bicycle               3602 Item made or display completed for Woodworking: Precut
                                                                           Kit Woodworking accepted (judged on finishing work only)
Exhibitors Age 13 to 18
3203 Item made or display completed for Bicycle                      Exhibitors Age 13 to 18
3204 Second item made or display completed for Bicycle               3603 Item made or display completed for Woodworking
                                                                     3604 Item made or display completed for Woodworking
Class 33: Project: Electricity
1. Exhibitor may enter two exhibits in this project and is limited   Class 37: Project: Computer
   to one per lot. Exhibits may be from Electric level 1, 2, 3 or    1. Exhibitor may enter two exhibits in this project and is limited
   4 or from other study of Electricity.                                to one per lot. Exhibit may be from Computer level 1, 2 or
                                                                        3 or other computer study.
Lot                                                                  2. Attach card with information on software used and an
Exhibitors Under Age 13                                                 explanation of what was done.
3301 Item or display completed for Electricity                       3. Music and other materials with copyrights may not be used
3302 Second item or display completed for Electricity                   unless permission has been granted and is acknowledged.
Exhibitors Age 13 to 18
                                                                     Lot
3303 Item or display completed for Electricity
                                                                     Exhibitors Under Age 13
3304 Second item or display completed for Electricity
                                                                     3701 Item or display completed for Computer
                                                                     3702 Second item or display completed for Computer
Class 34: Project: Small Engines                                     Exhibitors Age 13 to 18
1. Exhibitor may enter two exhibits in this project and is limited   3703 Item or display completed for Computer
   to one per lot. Exhibits may be from Small Engines level 1,       3704 Second item or display completed for Computer
   2 or 3 or from other study of engines.

Lot
                                                                     Class 38: Geospatial (Exploring Spaces,
Exhibitors Under Age 13
                                                                               Going Places)
                                                                     Lot
3401 Item made or display completed for Small Engines
3402 Second item made or display completed for Small Engines         Exhibitors Under Age 13
                                                                     3801 Map, poster, notebook or display of what was learned
Exhibitors Age 13 to 18                                                    through geospatial project in GPS/GIS
3403 Item made or display completed for Small Engines                3802 Second item in GPS/GIS
3404 Second item made or display completed for Small Engines
                                                                     Exhibitors Age 13 to 18
Class 35: Project: Welding                                           3803 Map, poster, notebook or display of what was learned
1. Exhibitor may enter two exhibits in this project and is limited         through geospatial project in GPS/GIS
   to one per lot. Exhibit may be from any study of welding.         3804 Second item in GPS/GIS
2. Welds should not be ground.
                                                                     Class 39: Robotics/Other Engineering
Lot                                                                  Lot
Exhibitors Under Age 13                                              Exhibitors Under Age 13
3501 Item or display made for Unit 1, 4-H Arc Welding                3901 Poster, notebook or display of what was learned through
3502 Item or display made for Unit 2, 4-H Arc Welding                      project in Robotics or other engineering
3503 Item or display made with or about wire arc welder              3902 Second item in Engineering
3504 Item or display made with or about oxy-acetylene welding        Exhibitors Age 13 to 18
3505 Item or display made with or about brazing or soldering
3506 Other item or display made for your welding project             3903 Poster, notebook or display of what was learned through
                                                                           project in Robotics or other engineering
                                                                     3904 Second item in Engineering




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CITIZENSHIP, PERSONAL                                                  Lot
                                                                       4401 Item or display made for Do Your Own Thing project
DEVELOPMENT and LEADERSHIP                                                  (include your project book)
                                                                       4402 Second item or display made for a separate Do Your Own
Class 41: Project: 4-H Banners                                              Thing project (include your project book)
1. Exhibitor may enter two exhibits in this project and is limited
   to one per lot.                                                     Class 45: Project: Educational Exhibit
2. Any enrolled 4-H member or group/club may enter in this             1. Exhibitor may enter two exhibits in this project and is limited
   project.                                                               to one per lot.
                                                                       2. This project is reserved for exhibits from projects not otherwise
Lot                                                                       listed (such as astronomy, automotive or entrepreneurship) in
4101 Banner promoting 4-H, 32 inches by 48 inches in size                 the exhibit list, including projects offered only in your county.
     and fitted with a 36-inch dowel and rope for hanging;             3. Show what was studied and learned, and may include posters,
     should present a message about 4-H; copyrighted                      report folders or items.
     material not accepted; fasten identification to back
                                                                       4. Exhibit may not include live animals.
     of the banner, lower left corner
4102 Banner made around the theme “4-H Helping Others”                 5. If an item you made is entered, it should include directions
                                                                          on how to make the item so the viewing public can learn from
Class 42: Project: Careers                                                your exhibit.
1. Exhibitor may enter two exhibits in this project and is limited     Lot
   to one per lot, from Careers, Workforce Readiness or other          4501 Item or display made for this project
   career study
                                                                       4502 Second item or display made for this project
Lot
How to Explore Careers and Find a Job                                  Class 46: Project: Leadership,
4201 Career investigation completed for two or more career                       Building Skills for Life
      areas                                                            1. Exhibitor may enter two exhibits in this project and is limited
4202 Career shadowing report for two or more studies                      to one per lot. Exhibit may be from Leadership book 1, 2, 3
4203 Career analysis study completed for two or more career               or 4 or from other leadership activity or study.
      areas
4204 Job-seeking portfolio containing a resume, letter of              Lot
      application or cover letter, and a completed employment          Exhibitors Under Age 13
      application                                                      4601 Item or display completed for Leadership
4205 A comparison study of two or more colleges or other               4602 Second item or display completed for Leadership
      training programs
4206 Other item made for Careers or Workforce Readiness                Exhibitors Age 13 to 18
      project                                                          4603 Item or display completed for Leadership
                                                                       4604 Second item or display completed for Leadership
Class 43: Project: Citizenship
Citizenship                                                            Class 48: Reduce, Reuse and Recycle
1. Exhibitor may enter two exhibits in this project and is limited     1. Exhibitor may enter two exhibits, once per lot, and need not
   to one per lot. Exhibits may be from Public Adventures or              be enrolled in any specific project.
   other citizenship study/project.                                    2. Attach a card explaining the use of the item.
                                                                       3. For display only – not judged; premiums will be paid based
Lot                                                                       on 20 exhibit points.
Exhibitors Under Age 13
4301 Display of project or activity completed for Citizenship          Lot
4302 Second display of project or activity completed for               4801 Item made with/for recycled or reused material or scrap
      Citizenship                                                           pieces
                                                                       4802 Second item made with recycled or reused materials
Exhibitors Age 13 to 18
4303 Display of project or activity completed for Citizenship
4304 Second display of project or activity completed for
                                                                       Class 49: Project: Service Learning
      Citizenship                                                      1. Exhibitor may enter two exhibits in this project and is limited
                                                                          to one per lot. Exhibit may be from any Service Learning
Suggestions of possible exhibits for Public Adventures: history           project or study.
of your community, service project report, create a poster about
your community, community map, how to participate in meetings,         Lot
family tree, your family history                                       Exhibitors Under Age 13
                                                                       4901 Item or display completed for Service Learning
Class 44: Project: Do Your Own Thing                                   4902 Second item or display completed for Service Learning
1. Exhibitor must be enrolled in Do Your Own Thing and the             Exhibitors Age 13 to 18
   project must not fit into one of the other projects listed in the
                                                                       4903 Item or display completed for Service Learning
   4-H project guide.
                                                                       4904 Second item or display completed for Service Learning
2. Exhibitor may enter once for each Do Your Own Thing project,
   but is limited to a maximum of two exhibits.




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COMMUNICATION and                                                       Painting
                                                                        Exhibit a design, scene, still life, abstract, nature, landscape,
EXPRESSIVE ARTS                                                         building, human figure or other drawing

Class 50: Project: Communications                                       Exhibitors Under Age 13
1. Exhibitor may enter two exhibits in this project and is limited      5131 Watercolor one
   to one per lot. Exhibit may be from any communication study.         5132 Watercolor two
                                                                        5133 Oils or acrylics one
Lot                                                                     5134 Oils or acrylics two
Exhibitors Under Age 13                                                 Exhibitors Age 13 to 18
5001 Item or display completed for Communications                       5135 Watercolor one
5002 Second item or display completed for Communications                5136 Watercolor two
Exhibitors Age 13 to 18                                                 5137 Oils or acrylics one
5003 Item or display completed for Communications                       5138 Oils or acrylics two
5004 Second item or display completed for Communications                Painting on Solid Form Surface – all exhibitors
                                                                        5139 Any design on solid form surface
Class 51: Project: Arts                                                 5140 Painting a preformed item (e.g., decoy)
1. A member may exhibit in two lots in each project emphasis
   in which you are enrolled, with a maximum of eight exhibits.         Class 51D: Advanced Visual Arts – Sketchbook
2. A member enrolled in Arts may enter items that do not fit lots                  Crossroads and Portfolio Pathways
   5111 to 5184.
                                                                        5151 Exhibit from Sketchbook Crossroads or Portfolio Pathways
                                                                        5152 Second exhibit from Sketchbook Crossroads or Portfolio
Class 51A: Visual Arts                                                       Pathways
Lot
5101 Item made for Arts project                                         Class 51E: Theater Arts
5102 Second item made for Arts project                                  1. Exhibits may be from Theater Arts act 1, 2, 3 or 4 or other
                                                                           study of theater.
Class 51B: Clowning
                                                                        Exhibitors Under Age 13
Exhibitors Under Age 13
                                                                        5171 Item made or display completed for Theater
5111 Item made or display completed for Clowning
                                                                        5172 Second item made or display completed for Theater
5112 Second item made or display completed for Clowning
                                                                        Exhibitors Age 13 to 18
Exhibitors Age 13 to 18
                                                                        5173 Item made or display completed for Theater
5113 Item made or display completed for Clowning
                                                                        5174 Second item made or display completed for Theater
5114 Second item made or display completed for Clowning

Class 51C: Drawing and Painting                                         Class 51F: Wood Arts
                                                                        Exhibitors Under Age 13
1. Print exhibitor’s name on the back of the exhibit.
                                                                        5181 Item made for Wood Arts
2. Exhibit must be the original work of the exhibitor.                  5182 Second item made for Wood Arts
3. Do not use a hanger on the back. However, if a hanger is
   attached because it was needed for your county show, please          Exhibitors Age 13 to 18
   use hanger types which will not scratch/damage other exhibits.       5183 Item made for Wood Arts
4. Matting is recommended, but not required. To protect other           5184 Second item made for Wood Arts
   exhibits, please do not frame.
5. No use of copyrighted caricatures allowed.                           Class 52: Project: Leather Craft
6. Advanced visual arts projects not listed below may be entered        1. Exhibitor may enter two exhibits in this project and is limited
   in lots 5101 and 5102                                                   to one per lot. Exhibits may be from Leather Craft unit 1 or 2,
                                                                           or other leather craft resources.
Drawing
                                                                        Lot
Exhibit a scene, series of drawings, still life, animal(s), building,
human figures or other drawing                                          Exhibitors Under Age 13
                                                                        5201 Item made with use of repetitive stamping, carving or
Exhibitors Under Age 13                                                       combination of techniques
5121 Drawing one                                                        5202 Second item made for Leather Craft
5122 Drawing two                                                        Exhibitors Age 13 to 18
5123 Pastel drawing one                                                 5203 Item made with use of stamping, carving or combination
5124 Pastel drawing two                                                       of techniques
Exhibitors Age 13 to 18                                                 5204 Second item made for Leather Craft
5125 Drawing one
5126 Drawing two                                                        Class 53: Project: Leisure Arts
5127 Pastel drawing one                                                 1. A member may exhibit in two lots of the project emphasis
5128 Pastel drawing two                                                    in which you are enrolled, limited to one entry per lot.
                                                                        2. A member enrolled in Leisure Arts, but not in any of the
                                                                           specific areas listed below, may enter in these two lots.



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Class 53A: Leisure Arts                                               5383 Scrapbook, exhibitor age 13 to 18, 10 pages minimum
Lot                                                                        front and back
                                                                      5384 Second scrapbook exhibit, exhibitor age 13 to 18,
5301 Item made for Leisure Arts project area not listed below              10 pages minimum front and back
5302 Any other item made for Leisure Arts project area not            5385 Digital scrapbook exhibit, exhibitor under age 13,
     listed below                                                          six to eight pages minimum front and back
                                                                      5386 Digital scrap book exhibit, exhibitor age 13 to 18,
Class 53B: Clay and Plasterware                                            10 pages minimum front and back
Note: The bottom seams should be cleaned and finished the
      same as the whole piece. Poured ceramic items may               Class 54: Needle Arts
      be finished with a glaze, stain, overglaze, underglaze,         1. A member may exhibit in two lots of the Needle Arts project
      dry brush, chalking, air brush, decals, wet brushing,              emphasis in which you are enrolled, limited to one entry per lot.
      other technique or combination of techniques.
Lot
Exhibitors Under Age 13                                               Class 54A: Needle Arts
5311 Ceramics – poured, item one                                      Lot
5312 Ceramics – poured, item two                                      5401 Item made for Needle Arts project area not listed below
5313 Any hand-built item                                              5402 Any other item made for Needle Arts project area not
5314 Any clay-lifted item                                                  listed below
5315 Pottery or earthenware – natural or with glaze
5316 Plasterware (whiteware) – with stain                             Class 54B: Crochet
5317 Other item of clay or plasterware                                Exhibitors Under Age 13
Exhibitors Age 13 to 18                                               5411 Item made, crochet
5321 Ceramics – poured, item one                                      5412 Second item made, crochet
5322 Ceramics – poured, item two                                      Exhibitors Age 13 to 18
5323 Any hand-built item                                              5413 Item made, crochet
5324 Any clay-lifted item                                             5414 Second item made, crochet
5325 Pottery or earthenware, natural or with glaze
5326 Plasterware (whiteware), with stain
5327 Other item of clay or plasterware                                Class 54C: Knitting
                                                                      Exhibitors Under Age 13
Class 53C: Glue Solution                                              5415 Item made, knitting
Note: Include a card that identifies the type of glue used and why.   5416 Second item made, knitting

Exhibitors Under Age 13                                               Exhibitors Age 13 to 18
5341 Item made for Glue Solution                                      5417 Item made, knitting
5342 Second item made for Glue Solution                               5418 Second item, knitting

Exhibitors Age 13 to 18                                               Class 54D: Embroidery for Enjoyment
5343 Item made for Glue Solution                                      Exhibitors Under Age 13
5344 Second item made for Glue Solution                               5421 Item made, embroidery
                                                                      5422 Second item made, embroidery
Class 53D: Latch Hooking
Exhibitors Under Age 13                                               Exhibitors Age 13 to 18
5361 Item made for Latch Hooking                                      5423 Item made, embroidery
5362 Second item made for Latch Hooking                               5424 Second item made, embroidery

Exhibitors Age 13 to 18                                               Class 54E: Cross-stitch
5363 Item made for Latch Hooking                                      Exhibitors Under Age 13
5364 Second item made for Latch Hooking                               5431 Item made, cross-stitch
                                                                      5432 Second item made, cross-stitch
Class 53E: Macramé
Note: Attach a copy of the instructions identifying any changes       Exhibitors Age 13 to 18
      made in the pattern. Substitute cardboard for any part of       5433 Item made, cross-stitch
      the finished product that is damaged easily.                    5434 Second item made, cross-stitch
Exhibitors Under Age 13                                               Class 54F: Needlepoint
5371 Item made using macramé techniques                               Exhibitors Under Age 13
5372 Second item made using macramé techniques
                                                                      5451 Item made on fabric canvas, needlepoint
Exhibitors Age 13 to 18                                               5452 Second item made on fabric canvas, needlepoint
5373 Item made using macramé techniques                               5453 Item made on plastic canvas, needlepoint
5374 Second item made using macramé techniques                        5454 Second item made on plastic canvas, needlepoint
                                                                      Exhibitors Age 13 to 18
Class 53F: Scrapbooking                                               5455 Item made on fabric canvas, needlepoint
5381 Scrapbook, exhibitor under age 13, six to eight pages            5456 Second item made on fabric canvas, needlepoint
     minimum front and back                                           5457 Item made on plastic canvas, needlepoint
5382 Second scrapbook exhibit, exhibitor under age 13, six to         5458 Second item made on plastic canvas, needlepoint
     eight pages minimum front and back


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Class 55: Photography                                                 5516 Before-and-after photo – computer enhanced. Display
 1. Exhibitor may enter two exhibits in this project and is limited        both the original (4- by 6-inch) and enhanced photo
    to one per lot.                                                        (5- by 7-inch or larger) mounted on appropriate size
                                                                           display board or in mat
 2. Print name of exhibitor on the back of each photograph and        5517 Photo memory page, display one page (front and back)
    completed exhibit.                                                     with snapshots of photographer’s favorite memories
 3. Exhibitors are encouraged to use 4-inch by 6-inch photo-          5518 Panoramic photograph or series of two to four photos
    graphs for lots requiring more than one photograph. Enlarge-           showing one scene or subject
    ments sizes are considered 5 inches by 7 inches or larger.        5519 Item or display other than a photograph completed in
 4. Prints may be cropped to improve composition, provided                 the Photography project
    they meet the size requirements for the lot.                      5520 Enlargement – my best complete photograph
 5. Exhibits with multiple photos should be mounted on
    appropriately sized display board. Try to keep the display        Class 62: Exploring the Treasures of 4-H
    board to a maximum size of 22 by 28 inches. Poster board          Lot
    exhibits may be hung with thumbtacks.                             6201 Exploring the Treasures of 4-H exhibit
 6. Do not use a hanger on the back. However, if a hanger             6202 Second exploring the Treasures of 4-H exhibit
    is attached because it was needed for your county show,
    please use hanger types which will not scratch/damage
    other photographs.
 7. Matting is recommended for all individual photograph exhibits.
                                                                      HEALTHY LIFESTYLE EDUCATION
    To protect other exhibits, please do not frame photographs.       Class 71: Project: Foods and Nutrition
    To protect exhibit in transportation to and from State Fair        1. Fasten exhibit tags to the covering of the products.
    and while they are in preparation phase before display, place
    exhibit in plastic bag with zip-type closure (gallon-size bag      2. Remove baked items from pans. Place on cardboard or
    works well for most photos).                                          heavy paper plates and place in sealable plastic bags of
                                                                          appropriate size.
 8. Titles and captions are permitted for multiple photo exhibits.
                                                                       3. All foods are to be made from scratch. (One ingredient may
 9. Fasten exhibit tag on the back of the exhibit so when folded
                                                                          be a cake mix.)
    over to the front, it is on the upper right corner.
                                                                       4. Exhibit whole-food items unless other specific information
10. Photo tag on back of photos should include: name, county,             is given.
    age, years in photography project, type of camera used
    (film – type and speed of film, digital – camera resoulution/      5. All food exhibits must be safe to eat and exhibited without
    mega pixels), type of focus used – fixed, manual, auto (for           refrigeration.
    manual settings: aperture setting. F. shutter speed), prints       6. Do not frost cakes or brownies. Cut bars in uniform size,
    made by: (at home, self-service machine, commercial printer),         about 2½ inches square.
    changes made to picture using computer software Judges             7. Place cakes bottom side up on a covered cardboard or
    have the discretion to consider only photographs with this            paper plate. Do not slice the top of the cake off. Coffee cake
    information for champions. A label for this information is            may be displayed according to the recipe.
    available at the county Extension office.
                                                                       8. Containers will not be returned.
11. Unless specified, photographs may be taken with either film
    cameras or digital cameras.                                        9. Recipes may be taken from any source. Please site the source
                                                                          and other information you wish to share with the judge on a
12. All photos must be taken by exhibitor.                                note card. Include a copy of the recipe.
Lot                                                                   10. Exhibitors may enter two exhibits in any of the class sections.
                                                                          Lots may be divided by age, under 13 and 13 to 18, at the
Exhibitor Under Age 13                                                    discretion of judges and show management.
5501 Photo story of four to six photographs
5502 Four of my best photographs mounted on one display               Lot
      board
5503 Enlargement – emphasis on composition
5504 Enlargement – emphasis on storytelling
                                                                      Class 71A: Healthy 4-H Club
5505 Enlargement – emphasis on technical quality                      1. Limit one entry per club
5506 Before-and-after photo – computer enhanced. Display              7100 Portfolio or display that showcases what the club has
      both the original (4- by 6-inch) and enhanced photo                     done during the year. Display will not be judged, but
      (5- by 7-inch or larger) mounted on appropriate size                    will receive premium of 100 points.
      display board or in mat
5507 Photo memory page, display one page (front and back)             Class 71B: 4-H Foods: Six Easy Bites
      with snapshots of photographer’s favorite memories              7101   Bars of any type, four of a kind, unfrosted
5508 Panoramic photograph or series of two to four photos             7102   Cookies, four of a kind
      showing one scene or subject                                    7103   Other food item made in this project
5509 Item or display other than a photograph completed in             7104   Poster or other educational display on food topic studied
      the Photography project                                                in this project
5510 Enlargement – my best complete photograph
                                                                      4-H Foods: Tasty Tidbits
Exhibitor Age 13 to 18
                                                                      7105 Cocoa or other mix, one cup, with attached note card
5511 Photo story of four to six photographs                                 listing ideas for serving, cost comparison, storage and
5512 Four of my best photographs mounted on one display                     directions for use
      board                                                           7106 Cake, one layer, unfrosted
5513 Enlargement – emphasis on composition                            7107 Other food item made in this project
5514 Enlargement – emphasis on storytelling                           7108 Poster or other educational display on food topic studied
5515 Enlargement – emphasis on technical quality                            in this project


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4-H Foods: You’re the Chef                                           Class 72: Project: Food Preservation
7109 Fruit bread, one loaf                                           1. Canned exhibits may have been preserved in 2009 or 2010.
7110 Bread sticks or rolls, four of a kind                              The exhibit must be put in a standard canning jar such as quart,
7111 Canned food, using methods described in this unit of               pint or jelly jar. If canning jars smaller than a pint are used,
      project                                                           processing should be done according to pint processing
7112 Other food item made in this project                               guidelines. A jar ring should remain on the jar.
7113 Poster or other educational display on food topic studied       2. Canned foods must have a label attached to the jar. The label
      in this project                                                   must include name of product, date, method of processing,
4-H Foods: Foodworks                                                    time of processing, altitude and exhibitor’s name. Labels for
7114 Baked fruit pie, single or double crust (no graham cracker         vegetables, fruits, meats, pickles and mixes also should include
      crust)                                                            type of pack and pounds of pressure used. Examples of the
7115 Canned food, using methods described in this unit of               label are in the project manual.
      project                                                        3. Tie tags for canned items around the neck of the jars.
7116 Other food item made in this project                            4. Canned goods must follow USDA guidelines. USDA does
7117 Poster or other educational display on food topic studied          not approve the inversion method of sealing canned goods;
      in this project                                                   therefore, all exhibits must be processed. Tomato products
                                                                        must be made using research-based recipes only (recipes
Class 71C: Breads (from Baking 2 – Quick                                from USDA, Ball or Kerr). Include a copy of the recipe and
                                                                        list its source.
           Breads and Cookies, Baking 3 –
                                                                     5. Exhibitors may enter two exhibits in Food Preservation in the
           Yeast Breads or other sources)                               most appropriate lot. Enter only once per lot. Lots may be
7121 Loaf of bread, white or dark                                       divided by age, under 13 and 13 to 18, at the discretion of
7122 Rolls or bread sticks, four of a kind                              judges and show management.
7123 Bread made with a microwave, one loaf or four of a kind
7124 Bread made with a bread machine, one loaf                       Lot
7125 Other bread, including specialty or nationality breads,         Canned Items
     one loaf or four of a kind
7126 Poster or other educational display on bread                    7211 Jams – preserves and fruit butters, one canning jar
                                                                     7212 Jelly, one canning jar
                                                                     7213 Cooked reduced-sugar fruit spread, one canning jar
Class 71D: Outdoor Eating                                            7214 Pickles or relishes, one canning quart or pint jar
Items suitable for packing for picnic or camping                     7215 Fruits, fruit juice, fruit sauce, or syrup, one canning quart
7131 Bars and cookies, four of a kind                                     or pint jar
7132 Homemade jerky, fruit leather or similar food item,             7216 Vegetable, low acid, one canning quart or pint jar
       four pieces                                                   7217 Meat, one canning quart or pint jar
7133 Three pieces of homemade equipment (skewer, foil                7218 Jar of pressure-canned vegetables, meat or combination
       utensils, etc.)                                                    product, such as soup, stew or spaghetti sauce. Include
7134 Display or other food item – food must be safe to eat                recipe and instructions for cooking or using the product
       without refrigeration                                         7219 Tomato or tomato/vegetable-blend juice, or tomato
                                                                          products (whole, crushed, sauce, ketchup or salsa),
Class 71E: Baking (from Baking 1 – Beginning                              canning quart or pint jar
           Baking, Baking 2 – Quick Breads                           Other 4-H Food Projects with Preservation Lessons
           and Cookies, Baking 4 – Cakes,                            7221 Food item preserved by canning, dehydration or other
           Pies and Pastries, or other source)                             method (frozen items not accepted)
7141    Brownies, granola or other bars, four of a kind, unfrosted   7222 Second preserved item (frozen items not accepted)
7142    Dropped cookies, four of kind                                Freezing
7143    Molded cookies, four of kind
7144    Rolled cookies, four of kind                                 7231 Two-way folder or display on food preservation by freezing
7145    Refrigerator cookies, four of kind                           7232 Two-way folder or display on other food preservation topic
7146    Muffins, four of a kind (no muffin liners)
7147    Angel food cake                                              Class 73: Project: Health
7148    Cake, one layer of a square, oblong or round, unfrosted      1. Exhibitor may enter two exhibits in this project and is limited
7149    Other cakes (unfrosted sponge cake, jelly roll, etc.)           to one per lot. Exhibits may be from Health, First Aid in Action,
7150.   Other food (pie, etc.)                                          Staying Healthy, Keeping Fit or other health project.

Class 71F: Microwave Magic                                           Lot
7151 Display on a microwave (how it works, types of settings,        Exhibitors Under Age 13
     how to use, special techniques, microwave accessories,          7301 Item made or display for Health
     etc.)                                                           7302 Second item made or display for Health
7152 Food item made with microwave                                   Exhibitors Age 13 to 18
                                                                     7303 Item made or display for Health
Class 71G: Other Food and Nutrition                                  7304 Second item made or display for Health
A member enrolled in the Food and Nutrition project and has
not entered any lots above may enter in these two lots.
7161 Other food item
7162 Poster or other educational display on food topic studied
     in this project




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CONSUMER and FAMILY SCIENCE                                          Class 84: Project: Money Management
                                                                     Financial Champions
Class 81: Project: Child Development                                 1. Exhibits may be from Financial Champions series or other
1. Exhibitor may enter two exhibits in this project and is limited      study of money and finances.
   to one per lot. Exhibits may be from Kids on the Grow step 1,
   2 or 3 or from other child development project.                   Lot
                                                                     Exhibitors Under Age 13
2. For the State Fair, please attach a card indicating the age
   of the child for which the toy, activity or item is made.         8404 Item or display, finance
                                                                     8405 Second item or display, finance
Lot                                                                  Exhibitors Age 13 to 18
Exhibitors Under Age 13                                              8406 Item or display, finance
8101 Item made or display for Child Development                      8407 Second item or display, finance
8102 Second item made or display for Child Development
Exhibitors Age 13 to 18                                              Class 85: Consumer Savvy
8103 Item made or display for Child Development                      1. Exhibits may be from Consumer Savvy series or other study
8104 Second item made or display for Child Development                  of consumerism.

                                                                     Lot
Class 83: Project: Home Environment
                                                                     8501 Item made or display of study in consumerism
1. A member may exhibit in two lots of the project emphasis
                                                                     8502 Second item or display of study in consumerism
   in which you are enrolled, limited to one entry per lot.
2. A member enrolled in Home Environment, but not in any
   of the specific areas listed below, may enter in these lots.
                                                                     Class 91: Project: Clothing and Textiles
                                                                     1. A member may exhibit in two lots in each of the project
                                                                        emphasis in which you are enrolled. You are limited to one
Class 83A: Home Environment                                             entry per lot.
Lot                                                                  2. Sew exhibit tags on the inside of neckline or waistline.
8301 Item made for Home Environment project emphasis                 3. Include a pattern guide or copy (write your name on the guide).
     not listed below
                                                                     4. Exhibits should be clean and pressed.
8302 Second item made for Home Environment project
     emphasis not listed below                                       5. Sewing techniques should be suitable for the type of fabric
8303 Your favorite holiday craft item (from any Home                    and use of the garment.
     Environment project)                                            6. Write “Serger” on the exhibit label of any item sown with a
                                                                        serger machine.
Class 83B: Arranging Flowers                                         7. Lots may be divided by age, under 13 and 13 to 18, at the
Exhibits may be from fresh flowers, dry or silk materials,              discretion of judges and show management.
or a combination of materials.                                       8. A member enrolled in clothing and textiles, but not in any of
Exhibitors Under Age 13                                                 the specific areas listed below, may enter in two of these lots.
8311 Floral table arrangement
8312 Floral wall arrangement                                         Class 91A: Clothing and Textiles
8313 Corsage                                                         Lot
8314 Other arrangement                                               9101 Item made for Clothing and Textile project emphasis
Exhibitors Age 13 to 18                                                   not listed below
8315 Floral table arrangement                                        9102 Second item made for Clothing and Textile project
8316 Floral wall arrangement                                              emphasis not listed below
8317 Corsage                                                         9103 Display of clothing research
8318 Other arrangement
                                                                     Class 91B: Sewing for Fun
Class 83C: Extras for Your Room                                      1. If you specifically have enrolled in Sewing for Fun, you may
1. Attach a note card with information on where and how this            enter two exhibits, but only once per lot. This project is
   accessory will be used. Include a pattern guide if appropriate.      designed for the beginner.
2. This project is evaluated on how the item you have made           9111 Pin cushion
   fits into your room first and the workmanship second.             9112 Needle case
   (That is why we need the card with information.)                  9113 Patchwork pillow (four-square design from project book)
                                                                     9114 Decorated pillow including other patchwork designs
Lot                                                                  9115 Other pillow
Exhibitors Under Age 13                                              9116 Tote bag (with handles)
                                                                     9117 Any other bag (duffle bag, everything bag or other type)
8321 Pillow                                                          9118 Other item utilizing skills outlined in projects
8322 Quilts or comforters
8323 Other item made for your room
8324 Second item made for your room not listed above
Exhibitors Age 13 to 18
8325 Pillow
8326 Quilts or comforters
8327 Other item made for your room
8328 Second item made for your room not listed above


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Class 91C: Sewing Challenges                                       Class 99: Project Expo/Clothing Revue
1. If you specifically have enrolled in Sewing Challenges, you     1. Counties are limited to six entries in Project Expo and six
   may enter two exhibits, but only once per lot.                     entries in Clothing Revue.
2. Please attach a note to the pattern guide stating the special   2. Exhibitor may enter one lot only in this class. Exhibitor may
   challenges overcome with this item.                                not enter both Project Expo and Clothing Revue.
                                                                   3. Exhibitors may enter in Project Expo with any project in which
Exhibitors Under Age 13                                               they are enrolled.
9141 Any item made for Sewing Challenges
                                                                   4. Exhibitors in Clothing Revue must be enrolled in clothing or
9142 Second item made for Sewing Challenges                           clothing-related project.
Exhibitors Age 13 to 18                                            5. Item exhibited may not be exhibited at the State Fair as a static
9143 Any item made for Sewing Challenges                              exhibit in a previous year, this year or in the future.
9144 Second item made for Sewing Challenges                        6. No live animals allowed.

Class 91D: Clothing Decisions:                                     Lot
         A Style of Your Own                                       9901 Project Expo, preteen division
1. If you specifically have enrolled in Clothing Decisions, you    9902 Project Expo, teen division
   may enter two exhibits, but only once per lot. Exhibits may     9903 Buy and Show – Consumer Clothing Revue, preteen
   be from level 1 or 2.                                                division
                                                                   9904 Buy and Show – Consumer Clothing Revue, teen division
Lot                                                                9905 Sew and Show – Constructed Clothing Revue, preteen
                                                                        division
Exhibitors Under Age 13
                                                                   9906 Sew and Show – Constructed Clothing Revue, teen
9151 Item made or display completed for Clothing Decisions              division
9152 Second item made or display completed for Clothing            9907 Decorating Clothing Item – preteen division (clothing item
      Decisions                                                         may be purchased or sewn)
Exhibitors Age 13 to 18                                            9908 Decorating Clothing Item – teen division (clothing item
                                                                        may be purchased or sewn)
9153 Item made or display completed for Clothing Decisions
9154 Second item made or display completed for Clothing
      Decisions

Class 91E: Decorating Your Duds
1. If you specifically have enrolled in Decorating Your Duds,
   you may enter two exhibits, but only once per lot.
9161 Garment or accessory you have decorated.
9162 Second garment or accessory you have decorated

Class 91F: Quilting for Fun
1. If you specifically have enrolled in Quilting for Fun, you
   may enter two exhibits, but only once per lot.

Item quilted by member
9171 Quilted item
9172 Quilt
Item tied or finished in other manner by member
9173 Quilted item
9174 Quilt
Item professionally quilted
9175 Quilted item
9176 Quilt

Class 91G: Sewing Expressions
           (Under Construction,
           Fashion Forward, Refine Design)
Exhibitors Under Age 13
9181 Item or display made for Sewing Expressions Project
9182 Second item or display for Sewing Expressions Project
Exhibitors Age 13 to 18
9183 Item or display made for Sewing Expressions Project
9184 Second item or display for Sewing Expressions Project




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                                                                                                      County Codes
                                      Index of Projects                                               County                  Code            County                  Code
                                                                                                      Adams                    01             McLean                   28
                                                                                              pages   Barnes                   02             Mercer                   29
                                                                                                      Benson                   03             Morton                   30
 Plants and Animals ................................................................8-14              Fort Berthold            04             Mountrail                31
      Beef, Dairy, Goats, Horsemanship, Pets, Poultry, Rabbits,                                       Bottineau                05             Nelson                   32
      Sheep, Swine, Veterinary Science, Crops, Horticulture                                           Bowman                   06             Oliver                   33
                                                                                                      Burke                    07             Pembina                  34
 Environmental and Natural Resources ..................................... 15                         Burleigh                 08             Pierce                   35
      Fishing, Insects, Nature Trails, Outdoor Skills
                                                                                                      Cass                     09             Ramsey                   36
                                                                                                      Cavalier                 10             Ransom                   37
 Engineering Science and Technology .................................15-16
                                                                                                      Dickey                   11             Renville                 38
      Aerospace, Bicycle, Computer, Electricity,
      Small Engines, Welding, Woodworking                                                             Divide                   12             Richland                 39
                                                                                                      Dunn                     13             Rolette                  40
 Citizenship, Personal Development and Leadership ................ 17                                 Eddy                     14             Sargent                  41
      Banners, Careers, Citizenship, Do Your Own Thing,                                               Emmons                   15             Sheridan                 42
      Educational Exhibit, Leadership, Recycling, Service Learning                                    Foster                   16             Sioux                    43
                                                                                                      Golden Valley            17             Slope                    44
 Communication and Expressive Arts ...................................18-20                           Grand Forks              18             Stark/Billings           45
      Communication, Clowning, Drawing and Painting,                                                  Grant                    19             Steele                   46
      Theatre Arts, Wood Arts, Leather Craft, Ceramics,
                                                                                                      Griggs                   20             Stutsman                 47
      Glue Solution, Latch Hook, Macrame, Needle Arts, Photography
                                                                                                      Hettinger                21             Towner                   48
 Healthy Lifestyle Education .................................................20-21                   Kidder                   22             Traill                   49
      Foods and Nutrition, Food Preservation, Health                                                  LaMoure                  23             Walsh                    50
                                                                                                      Logan                    24             Ward                     51
 Consumer and Family Science ............................................22-23                        McHenry                  25             Wells                    52
      Child Development, Home Environment, Money Management,                                          McIntosh                 26             Williams                 53
      Consumer Savy, Clothing and Textiles                                                            McKenzie                 27




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                                                                                                         Requests to use any portion of the document (including
         July 18-22 .........Lights, Camera, Action! Camp........... ages 8 to 13                              text, graphics or photos) should be sent to
         Aug. 1-5 ............Baking Boot Camp ............................ ages 8 to 15                     NDSU.permission@ndsu.edu. Include exactly
         Aug. 1-5 ............Wish I Had a Horse Camp II .............. ages 8 to 10                        what is requested for use and how it will be used.
     For more information and to register online, visit www.ndsu.edu/4h/camp.                             North Dakota State University does not discriminate
     For mail-in registration, call (701) 231-7259. Open to ALL youth!                                  on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex,
                                                                                                        gender identity, disability, age, status as a U.S. veteran,
                                                                                                      sexual orientation, marital status, or public assistance status.
                                                                                                        Direct inquiries to the Vice President for Equity, Diversity
                                                                                                         and Global Outreach, 205 Old Main, (701) 231-7708.
                                                                                                      County Commissions, NDSU and U.S. Department of Agriculture Cooperating.
                                                                                                              This publication will be made available in alternative formats
                                                                                                               for people with disabilities upon request, (701) 231-7881.


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