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					RAY COUNTY FAIR July 10-18, 2009

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4-H EXHIBIT DAY ANIMAL HEALTH REQUIREMENTS EXHIBITION ANIMAL OWNERSHIP BEEF SHOW CLUB EXHIBIT CHECK-IN SCHEDULE CLUB BUILDING HOSTS CATS COUNTRY CURED HAM ENTRY FORM CLOVER KID PET SHOW DEMONSTRATIONS/ILLUSTRATED TALKS DEMONSTRATION/PUBLIC SPEAKING ENTRY DOG SHOW EXHIBIT LIST & GUIDELINES FARMER’S APPRECIATION DINNER FASHION REVUE & SHOW FASHION REVUE/SELECTION ENTRY FORM FFA AGRICULTURE MECHANICS GOATS HAM BREAKFAST HAM SHOW HORSE SHOW LIVESTOCK ENTRY FORM LIVESTOCK FAIR SCHEDULE & REGULATIONS PEE WEE CLASS POULTRY PUBLIC SPEAKING PUBLIC SPEAKING ENTRY FORM RABBIT SHOW RAY COUNTY LIVESTOCK & SALE REQUIREMENTS ROCKETRY SHOOT-OFF ROCKETRY ENTRY FORM SCHEDULE OF EVENTS SHEEP SHOW SHOOTING SPORTS CONTEST SHOOTING SPORTS ENTRY SMALL ANIMAL ENTRY FORM SMALL ANIMAL SUPER TEEN CONTEST/ENTRY FORM SWINE SHOW
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5 28 17 21-22 5 5 25-26 31 26 5 30 23-24 5-16 22 5 30 16 20 17 16 4 32 17-18 23 25 5 30 24 18-19 26 30 3 19-20 27 31 31 25 29 20-21

RAY COUNTY FAIR, INC. JULY 10-18, 2009 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
DATE LOCATION EVENT

TUESDAY,

June 30, 2009

Eagleton Civic Center Richmond MO Eagleton Civic Center Richmond MO Fairgrounds Fairgrounds ----------------------------Eagleton Civic Center Fairgrounds Eagleton Civic Center Pole Barn

Public Speaking Demonstrations

6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m.

TUESDAY, July 7, 2009 FRIDAY, July 10, 2009

SATURDAY, July 11, 2009 SUNDAY, MONDAY, July 12, 2009 July 13, 2009

Fashion Revue Judging, 5:00 p.m. Fashion Show, 7:00 p.m. FAMILY NIGHT 6:00 P.M. SUPER TEEN CONTEST 7:00 P.M. ANTIQUE TRACTOR PULL 10:00 A.M. TRACTOR PULL 7:30 P.M. -----------------------------------------4-H/FFA Exhibit Day, 9:00 a.m. Sheep Show, 8:00 a.m. Goat Show, 3:00 p.m. Ham Show, 3:00 p.m. Dog Show, 6:00 p.m. Ham Breakfast/Auction, 6:30 a.m. Swine Show, 9:00 a.m. Beef Show, Check-In: 8:00 a.m. Show: 9:00 a.m. FARMERS APPRECIATION DINNER 6:30 p.m. ―PEE WEE SHOW‖ 7:30 p.m. LIVESTOCK AUCTION 7:45 p.m. Rabbit Show, 9:00 a.m. Poultry Show, 11:00 a.m. Cat Show, 2:00 p.m. Clover Kids Pet Show, 2:30 p.m. RELEASE EXHIBITS, 3:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Rocketry, 9:00 a.m. RELEASE EXHIBITS, 9-11 a.m. Not responsible for exhibits after 11 a.m. Building Closed after 11am HORSE RACEO, Sign Up: 5:30 p.m. Show: 7:00 p.m. Shooting Sports Contest, 8:00 a.m. DEMOLITION DERBY 7:30 p.m. 4-H/FFA Horse Show: Check-In—8:00 a.m. Show--- 9:00 a.m.

TUESDAY, July 14, 2009

Eagleton Civic Center Fairgrounds

WEDNESDAY, July 15, 2009

Fairgrounds Fairgrounds

Fairgrounds THURSDAY, July 16, 2009 Fairgrounds Fairgrounds Eagleton Civic Center

FRIDAY, FRIDAY,

July 17, 2009 July 17, 2009

Front of Museum Area Eagleton Civic Center

Richard Swope Memorial Arena SATURDAY, July 18, 2009 Fairgrounds Rayville Arena Rayville MO

SATURDAY, July 25, 2009

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RAY COUNTY 4-H/FFA HORSE SHOW LOCATION: Rayville Arena, Rayville, MO DATE: Saturday, July 25, 2009 - All Classes CHECK-IN TIME: 8:00 a.m. SPECTATORS WELCOME!!! Please go to the Missouri 4-H website of http://mo4h.missouri.edu; then click on horses and that will take you to the manual. These rules will be followed at the County Horse Show with the following exceptions and/or additions. 1. Exhibitor must have attended a majority of the Horsemanship project meetings held by their project leader including a majority of those where the horse was required at the meeting and half or a majority of the community club meetings depending on your club bylaws. st 2. Horse Forms must be turned in by MAY 1 on each horse that you might use during the year. NO EXCEPTIONS! 3. You MUST SHOW at the County Horse Show in order to show at the Missouri State Fair. 4. Novice Classes are open only for members in their first year of horsemanship--members 8-19 and did not receive a blue ribbon at any 4-H sanctioned show in 2008. 5. If start in NOVICE (walk, trot only) – you show in novice for the 4-H year. You must show before the judge in a performance class of horsemanship or showmanship to participate in game classes. If in NOVICE CLASSES you show ONLY in NOVICE Game Classes. 6. Entries are due June 1, 2009 at the Extension Center. NO LATE ENTRIES ACCEPTED. 7. COGGINS TEST REQUIRED. Need the Coggins certificate number. 8. There is an entry fee of $3.00 per class and the Entry Fee must accompany entry forms by June 1st. 9. Entry fee is non-refundable, unless show is on rain date and you can't participate. 10. You must state which horse you will show on the entry form. 11. A Neutral Zone consisting of a 30-foot semi-circle centered on the entry gate of arena. The purpose of the Neutral zone is for member and spectator's safety. No one will be allowed in zone unless entering or leaving arena. A designated gate person will notify Show Officials if there is a violation. Violator will be disqualified from class. Second offense, member will be asked to load & leave. 12. A horse may be led in the gate by a handler for a game class but must be out of the zone before horse makes final turn of run. 13. Safety of ALL individuals at a show are a priority of 4-H. Horses MUST be under control 14. Patterns for classes are in the ―horse rules book‖. But at each show a judge will select patterns of their choice for Horsemanship & Showmanship classes and Trail class. 15. Classes may be combined if 3 or less are entered in a class. 16. Ray County 4-H does carry ―Special Activities Coverage for Accident‖ through American Income Life for ALL Ray County 4-H members & leaders; if they are enrolled/recognized in the 4-H enrollment system.
CLASSES:

SHOWTIME:

9:00 a.m.

1, Trail 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Showmanship Showmanship Showmanship Showmanship Hunt Seat Eq. Saddle Seat

8 -19 14-19 11-13 8-10 N 8-19 8-19 N 8-10 11-13

11. Horsemanship

14-19

21 Poles 22. Poles 23 Poles 24. Poles 25. Combination 26. Combination 27. Combination 28. Diaper Race 29. Diaper Race 30. Diaper Race

14-19 11-13 8-10 N 14-19 11-13 8-10 14-19 11-13 8-10

12. Open Western Pleasure 8-19 13. Egg/Spoon Pleasure 14-19 14. Egg/Spoon 11-13 15. Egg & Spoon 8-10 16. Egg & Spoon N 17. Barrels 14-19 18. Barrels 19 Barrels 20 Barrels 11-13 8-10 N

8. Horsemanship 9. Horsemanship 10. Horsemanship

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PUBLIC SPEAKING/ DEMONSTRATIONS/ILLUSTRATED TALKS DATE: Tuesday, June 30, 2009 LOCATION: Eagleton Civic Center Richmond MO TIME: 6:30 p.m. 1. Must pre-register by June 15, 2009 at the Extension Center (8:30am – 4:30 pm). 2. Speeches may be on any topic of the participant's choosing but must be prepared specifically for "4-H Public Speaking" this year, by the participant. 3. Five to seven minute speeches are required. Exceeding seven minutes will access negative points. 4. When entering please state what project the demonstration represents and length of time. 5. Participants will receive $5.00 each for doing a speech or giving a demonstration. FASHION REVUE DATE: Tuesday, July 7, 2009 LOCATION: Eagleton Civic Center TIME: 5:30 p.m. Judging All entries must pre-register by June 15th at the Ray County Extension Center Judging will be in two categories: SENIOR: 14 & over and JUNIOR: 8-13. A winner in each group will participate in the State Fashion Revue at Columbia. All 4-Hers participating in the Fashion Revue judging are entered into the Fashion Show. FASHION SHOW DATE: Tuesday, July 7, 2009 LOCATION: Eagleton Civic Center TIME: 7:00 p.m. For the public to see the 4-Hers model their clothing projects they have made/coordinated this year.

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4-H EXHIBIT DAY DATE: Monday, July 13, 2009 LOCATION: Ray County Fairgrounds TIME: Club Conference Judging schedule see below.
9:00 a.m. Dale-Patton Guys & Gals Busy Bees
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10:00 a.m. Lawson Millville Clever Clovers

11:00 a.m. Central Orrick Olde Tyme

Monday, July 13 ----9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. BUILDING CLOSED TO PUBLIC

4-H CLUB BUILDING HOSTS
9-12 noon 12-3 pm 3-6 pm 6-8 pm 7/13, Monday ----------------------------------Central 7/14, Tuesday Orrick Olde Tyme Clever Clovers Dale-Patton 7/15, Wednesday Busy Bees Millville Lawson Guys & Gals 7/16, Thursday Busy Bees Dale-Patton Millville Lawson 7/17, Friday 4-H COUNCIL-------4-H will leave the Building at 11AM 4-H IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ITEMS LEFT AFTER 11 A.M. YOU need to make arrangements with someone in your club to pick up exhibits if you cannot. RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Entries are limited to 2009 projects of members of Ray County 4-H Clubs. Judging will be on the Danish System with conference Judging. A maximum of four (4) items per project may be exhibited. Exhibits must not be duplicates. All (5-8 year olds) members in 4-H exhibit under the project of CLOVER KIDS. Samples are needed with food items; except for canned product.

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The best blue ribbon item exhibited from each class is eligible for the State Fair. However, ONLY TWO ITEMS PER EXHIBITOR can be taken to the State fair. Exhibitors must decide which two exhibits will be taken if they have more than two exhibits selected. 7. All exhibits will be on display until Thursday afternoon---3pm, if removed prior forfeit premium. 8. Educational displays are a method to tell the story of project learning. They interpret a project to viewers and arouse individual and community interest in meaning and achievements of the 4-H program. Themes or title of educational displays focus on learning gained in the project. They should challenge viewers to study exhibit more closely. Keep the 4-H display simple. Make it attractive: use color, light, and action. Use one idea and stick to it. Use IMAGINATION. The display must be threedimensional and self-supporting. It can be any size not exceeding 11 inches in height, 12 inches in width (depth front to back) and 14 inches in length. Flat or two-dimensional with items taped to them do not qualify as an educational display. 9. Awards will be presented directly to the individual or attached to the article. 10. Awards are awarded at judge's discretion. Judges may elect not to award any prize. 6.

2009 4-H CLUBS 4-H BUILDING SHOWCASE
Missouri 4-H Youth Programs are under the direction of University of Missouri Extension, University of Missouri and Lincoln University. “Learning by Doing” is the basis of 4-H work, and each year thousands of young Missourians between the ages of: 8 and 19 do just that. 4-H members make the items displayed in the Missouri State Fair 4-H Building or raise and train the animals on display in State Fair shows. The Missouri State Fair provides a showcase for the skills and knowledge that 4-H members have gained through their 4-H experiences. Besides developing practical skills and knowledge, 4-H‟ers are developing “life skills.” Under the leadership of more than 9,000 adult volunteers, 4-H members learn to make sound decisions, work cooperatively in groups and develop a sense of self-worth and accomplishment. 4-H also fosters leadership, as older youth share their talents with younger 4-H‟ers. We salute all Missouri 4-H members, volunteers and families, and particularly those whose ―learning by doing‖ experiences are represented at the 2009 Missouri State Fair.

ALL ITEMS IN THE 4-H BUILDING HAVE BEEN JUDGED AS COUNTY CHAMPIONS. ITEMS ARE NOT RE-JUDGED AT THE STATE FAIR!!
SHOWCASE GUIDELINES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Items made by 4-H members should reflect the skills they have learned in their 4-H project, the needs & interests of the 4-H'er, & quality workmanship. Use 4-H project literature & "Clover" for ideas & criteria. 4-H members may display only in projects in which they are enrolled in the current 4-H year. Items showcased must be the work of the 4-H member submitting the item and made in the current year. Items must be of Blue Ribbon quality. Items displayed at the risk of the individual 4-H member. The 4-H staff, Extension Centers, & MO State Fair are not responsible for the loss or damage to items. A member is limited to two items in the 4-H Building and one demonstration in the 4-H division. All 4-H Building items must be registered on the Fair Computation Program report. These items will be accepted from any project. Members should understand that their exhibits will be touched. These 3 areas will be displayed in the “library” section. 1) Notebooks (three-ring binders are preferred), 2) Posters (flat only; do not fasten items to the poster.) and 3) File card systems Where the item list states, "any item made," the 4-H member may display any item made in that project. This includes notebooks, file cards, photo displays, posters, or educational displays. Regardless of projects, the following dimensions must be used. Items, which do not comply with size or other specifications, will not receive a premium or ribbon. Poster - No larger than 14" x 22"; flat only; do not fasten three-dimensional items to the poster.

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Photo display  All photos should be mounted on an 11" x 14” mat board, not to exceed 1/8” in thickness. Materials such as: poster board or foam core board are not acceptable mounting materials.  Photographers may mount the photograph to the mat board using an acceptable adhesive or approved corner mounts.  No captions, titles, or writing on the mat board. The picture should tell the story.  Margins are at the discretion of the photographer.  No photos using glass and/or wooden, brass, plastic frames, etc. accepted.  Photos can be matted with a single window colored mat if appropriate.  To protect exhibits from dust & moisture, photos should be placed in a two-gallon ziplock-style bag or wrapped in plastic.  Photo stories should follow above guidelines and consist of no more than 4 photos.  Include name, address & county on the back of photos. FOR DEFINITIONS & COMPLETE GUIDELINES GOVERNING STATE FAIR PHOTOGRAPHY Please see http://4h.missouri.edu/go/events/statefair/photoguidelines.pdf. Exhibits that do not adhere to these guidelines will be disqualified. These exhibits will not be displayed and will not receive premiums or ribbons. Educational display - Must not exceed 11 inches in height, 12 inches in depth (front to back) and 14 inches in width. Must include three-dimensional items and stand-alone. (Posters with items taped to them do not qualify as an educational display. Science Fair display boards are too large). Entomology or Geology display boxes - Box must be exactly 18" long x 24" wide and 3 1/2" deep to fit in display racks. Plexiglas or plastic covers are preferred. No handles or knobs. Boxes will be displayed upright in racks. Scrapbooking exhibits should be only 1 page representative of the complete scrapbook. Size not to exceed 12”x12”.All pages should be in clear protective sleeve or clear zipper bag. Do not frame. Working models - These exhibits should show how things actually work (cutaway-sections of motors or computers) or can be used to help people identify parts such as parts of a motor or computer. Many times these exhibits are considered “hands-on” and can be handled by visitors. Working models should require floor space no larger than 14‖ x 22‖. Decorated Cakes – The use of forms or pans is recommended. Cakes should not exceed 12‖ in height or at the base. Cake boards should not exceed 1” margin on each side of cake pan or form. Must use Royal Icing or Rolled Fondant Or commercial product (i.e. Dapp) that will harden & preserve decorated cake.. (No real cakes or butter crème icing or tube/gel icing - displays containing these items will be considered ineligible and will be rejected.) No early removal or checkout of items is permitted. Photographs of items too large or fragile: should not exceed 5x7 and should not be mounted on anything. Tags should be attached to back of photo. Indicate on voucher of this type of exhibit. All items must have a Ray County Fair tag securely fastened to the item in a place that is visible to fair-goers. A second identification label is required on all items, except perishable items such as food, vegetables or crops. This label should give name and county of the 4-H member, and be placed in an inconspicuous spot. Two-piece items: each piece must be labeled with name and county. (Examples: jacket and skirt; rocket and rocket launcher; ceramic tea set; mittens, etc., should have an identifying label on each piece.) Textile items (clothing, knitting, visual arts, etc.) should have a cloth label sewn or safety-pinned into the item as a second label. Please remove all county or regional ribbons. Hams will be dually enrolled in the Youth Class of the Country Ham Class and may become eligible for sale if selected as Champion. The 4-H member is required to complete all Open Division entry forms and pay the $5.00 entry fee in the Agriculture Building. Checks must be made payable to the "Missouri State Fair." Fair officials reserve the right to modify point values on items. The assigned point value must be used unless the 4-H Superintendent approves the change.

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2009 RAY COUNTY FAIR & MISSOURI STATE FAIR ITEM LIST AND GUIDELINES
Exhibits receive: 6 – 4 – 2 points/exhibit/project
AEROSPACE ---Launch pad no more than 18‖ square. Class 811 AEROSPACE LEVEL I: any item made 812 AEROSPACE LEVEL II: any item made 813 AEROSPACE LEVEL III: any item made 814 AEROSPACE LEVEL IV: any item made AGRONOMY Class 981 FORAGES: Any Item Grown 982 GRAINS: Any Item Grown AMPHIBIANS AND REPTILES Class 611 AMPHIBIANS AND REPTILES: any item made CAKE DECORATING***(See page 11-12 for suggestions) The use of forms or pans is recommended. Cakes should not exceed 12‖ in height and 12‖ at the base. Cake boards should not exceed 1‖ margin on each side of the cake pan or form. Must use Royal icing or rolled fondant or Commercial product! NO REAL CAKES OR BUTTER CREME ICING IS ACCEPTED. Class 361 CAKE DECORATING - UNIT I: any item made 362 CAKE DECORATING - UNIT II: any item made 363 CAKE DECORATING - UNIT III: any item made

CATS Class 177 CAT CARE UNIT I: any item made 178 CAT CARE UNIT II: any item made 179 CAT CARE UNIT III: any item made

ARTS AND CRAFTS Class 311 ARTS & CRAFTS: any item made 312 ADVANCED VISUAL ARTS – LEVEL 1 any item made 313 ADVANCED VISUAL ARTS – LEVEL 2 any item made 314 ARTS & COMPUTERS: any item made 315 SCRAPBOOKING: 1 page representation of complete book BEEF Class 121 BEEF UNIT I: any item made 135 BUCKET CALF: any item made BICYCLE Class 731 BICYCLE I: any item made 732 BICYCLE II: any item made

CHILD DEVELOPMENT Class 411 CHILD DEVELOPMENT UNIT I: any item made 412 CHILD DEVELOPMENT UNIT II: any item made 413 CHILD DEVELOPMENT UNIT III: any item made

CITIZENSHIP Class 200 PUBLIC ADVENTURES: any item made CLOTHING & TEXTILES---See page 13 for Suggestions Double tag all clothing items selected for State Fair. Class 521 SEWING EXPRESSIONS LEVEL 1: any item made 522 SEWING EXPRESSIONS LEVEL 2: any item made 523 SEWING EXPRESSIONS LEVEL 3: any item made 524 BUYING CLOTHES LEVEL 1: any item bought or made 525 BUYING CLOTHES LEVEL 2: any item bought or made CLOVER KIDS CK1 CLOVER KIDS: any Four (4) items made CLOWNING Class 231 CLOWNING: any item made COMMUNICATIONS Class 237 COMMUNICATIONS: any item made 238 COMMUNICATIONS: any item made 239 COMMUNICATIONS: any item made 241 COMMUNICATIONS TOOLKIT: any item made

BREADS Bread products should be displayed in mini versions (portions of 1/3 to 1/4 of total product. USE disposable plates only, unless it is a gift package. Do Not send expensive or keepsake containers! Class 581 BREADS I: any item made 582 BREADS II: any item made 583 BREADS III: any item made

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COMPUTERS Class 891 COMPUTERS 1: any item made 892 COMPUTERS 2: any item made 893 COMPUTERS 3: any item made 894 COMPUTERS 4: any item made CONSERVATION Class 911 CONSERVATION FRONTIERS: any item made

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Class

913 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE I: any item made 914 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE II: any item made 915 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE III: any item made EXPLORING 4-H—(Grades 2-4 suggested) Class 261 EXPLORING 4-H: any item made FINANCIAL CHAMPIONS

CONSUMER SAVVY Class 431 CONSUMER 1: any item made 432 CONSUMER 2: any item made 433 CONSUMER 3: any item made CROCHET Class 321 CREATIVE CROCHET - UNIT I: any item made DAIRY Class 131 DAIRY UNIT I: any item made 132 DAIRY UNIT II: any item made 133 DAIRY UNIT III: any item made 134 DAIRY CATTLE JUDGING: any item made 135 BUCKET CALF: any item made DOGS Class 171 DOG UNIT I: any item made 172 DOG UNIT II: any item made 173 DOG UNIT III: any item made

Class 421 FINANCIAL EDUCATION UNIT 1: any item made 422 FINANCIAL EDUCATION UNIT 2: any item made FOODS/NUTRITION*** (See page 13-14 for suggestions) 4-H'ers must adhere to the following rules: Food must be of reasonable quality to keep more than a week. NO food items that will spoil quickly such as casseroles, pizza, cream pies; items made with cream cheese, etc. Submit food items on paper/disposable plates. Plastic wrap will be removed to extend display life of the product. Do not send expensive or keepsake containers!! Samples and recipes are needed with any food items. Biscuits, cookies, muffins and other small items: 4 per plate. Display cakes---1/3 or 1/4 of a larger total product. Class 551 FOODS A: any item made 552 FOODS B: any item made 553 FOODS C: any item made 554 FOODS D: any item made 555 DAIRY FOODS: any item made 557 INTERNATIONAL FOODS I: any item made 558 INTERNATIONAL FOODS II: any item made 561 MICROWAVE MAGIC A: any item made 562 MICROWAVE MAGIC B: any item made 563 MICROWAVE MAGIC C: any item made 564 MICROWAVE MAGIC D: any item made 571 FOOD PRESERVATION : any item made FORESTRY Educational displays of leaf, twig,/ wood samples, 3-D models, etc. Class 931 FORESTRY FOR YOUTH: any item made 932 FORESTRY LEVEL I: any item made 933 FORESTRY LEVEL II: any item made GEOLOGY See Item 8 for display box dimensions. Specimens should be labeled & mounted so the boxes can be displayed. Rocks need to be attached to box securely. Member can send one box. No knobs or handles. Class 941 GEOLOGY: any item made GEOSPATIAL Class 991 Exploring Spaces, Going places

ELECTRICITY Items should be made in accordance with the National Electrical Code. Consult power suppliers or electricians for code requirements. Battery operated items are eligible items. Class 831 ELECTRICITY - UNIT I: any item made 832 ELECTRICITY - UNIT II: any item made 833 ELECTRICITY - UNIT III: any item made 834 ELECTRICITY - UNIT IV: any item made ENTOMOLOGY—Boxes Must be 18‖ long x 24‖ wide x 3 ½‖ deep. Only 1 box accepted/member. Class 921 ENTOMOLOGY: UNIT I: any item made 922 ENTOMOLOGY: UNIT II: any item made 923 ENTOMOLOGY: UNIT III: any item made 924 BEEKEEPING: any item made ENTREPRENEURSHIP Class 441 ―BE THE E‖ ENTREPRENEURSHIP: any item made

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GLOBAL EDUCATION Class 221 GLOBAL EDUCATION UNIT I: any item made GOATS Class 136 DAIRY GOAT UNIT I: any item made 137 DAIRY GOAT UNIT II: any item made 138 DAIRY GOAT UNIT III: any item made 139 MEAT GOAT PROJECT: any item made HEALTHY/FITNESS Class 711 BOWLING: any item made 712 GOLF: any item made 771 FIRST AID:: any item made 772 STAYING HEALTHY: any item made 773 KEEPING FIT: any item made 774 PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN 4-H CLUBS: any item made HOME ENVIRONMENT Class 471 HOME ENVIRONMENT 1 & 2: any item made 472 HOME ENVIRONMENT 3 & 4: any item made 473 HOME ENVIRONMENT5 & 6: any item made 474 HOME ENVIRONMENT 7: any item made 475 DESIGNING A SPACE OF MY OWN: any item made HORSE Class 141 HORSE UNIT I: any item made 142 HORSE UNIT II: any item made 143 HORSE UNIT III: any item made 144 HORSE UNIT IV: any item made 148 HORSELESS HORSE: any item made 149 HORSE JUDGING: any item made

GARDENING 4-H member must grow vegetables. State Fair vegetables will be in a group display. The following guidelines should be followed: 1. Vegetables must be of reasonable keeping quality. Potatoes (4) Watermelon (1) Onions-dry (4) Cantaloupe (1) Tomatoes (4) Peppers (4) Pumpkin (1) Egg Plant (2) Summer Squash (2) Beets (4) Winter Squash (2) Cucumbers (4) Other Veges: Large produce-1; Small produce-4

971 GARDENING UNIT A: any item grown or made 972 GARDENING UNIT B: any item grown or made 973 GARDENING UNIT C: any item grown or made 974 GARDENING UNIT D: any item grown or made KNITTING Class 331 KNITTING UNIT I: any item made 332 KNITTING UNIT II: any item made LEADERSHIP Class 271 PATHWAYS TO LEADERSHIP: any item made 272 BUILDING PERSONAL LEADERSHIP SKILLS: any item made 281 LEADERSHIP FOR LIFE: any item made 282 LEADING INTO THE FUTURE: any item made 283 VIRTUAL COMMUNITIES: any item made

LIVESTOCK JUDGING Class 117 LIVESTOCK JUDGING: any item made MEATS Hams will be on display in the Ag Building, must check in at 4-H Building if they were selected at County fair. Hams will be dually enrolled in Youth Division of the Country Ham Class & may become eligible for sale. 4-H member is required to pay the $5.00 entry fee in the Ag Building and complete all entry forms available in the 2009 Premium Book available at www.mostatefair.com. Class 115 COUNTRY CURED HAM 116 MEAT EVALUATION PROJECT: any item made OUTDOOR ADVENTURES

HORTICULTURE Live plants or cut specimens must be displayed in a container no larger than 8" in diameter. 4-H member must have grown: Flowers & Vegetables. Class 961 HORTICULTURE UNIT I: any item grown or made 962 HORTICULTURE UNIT II: any item made 963 HORTICULTURE UNIT III: any item made

Class 761 762 763 HIKING-UNIT 1: any item made CAMPING-UNIT 2: any item made BACKPACKING EXPEDITIONS: any item made

PHOTOGRAPHY See Item # 8 for specifications regarding photography displays. Class 351 PHOTOGRAPHY - UNIT I: any item made 352 PHOTOGRAPHY - UNIT II: any item made 353 PHOTOGRAPHY – UNIT III: any item made POULTRY Class 151 POULTRY UNIT I: any item made 152 POULTRY UNIT II: any item made 153 POULTRY UNIT III: any item made

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PUBLIC SPEAKING Class 242 PUBLIC SPEAKING: any item made 243 MAKING THE POINT: any item made QUILTING Class 341 QUILTING: any item made RABBITS Class 111 RABBITS UNIT I: any item made 112 RABBITS UNIT II: any item made 113 RABBITS UNIT III: any item made

SWINE Class 181 SWINE: any item made THEATRE ARTS Class 251THEATRE ARTS 1: any item made 252 THEATRE ARTS 2: any item made 253 THEATRE ARTS 3: any item made VETERINARY SCIENCE Class 191 THE NORMAL ANIMAL - UNIT I: any item made 192 ANIMAL DISEASE - UNIT II: any item made 193 ANIMAL HEALTH - UNIT III: any item made

ROBOTICS Class 881 ROBOTICS EXPLORER: any item made 882 ROBITICS PROBE: any item made

WELDING For State Fair---large items will not be accepted. A photograph may be used. Class 846 ARC WELDING: any item made

SELF-DETERMINED Class 950 SELF-DETERMINED: any item made SHEEP Class 161 SHEEP UNIT I: any item made SHOOTING SPORTS NO Live Ammunition OR Points on Arrows Allowed Class--740 SHOOTING SPORTS SAFETY: any item made 741 ARCHERY: any item made 742 AIR AND PELLET RIFLE: any item made 743 SMALLBORE RIFLE .22: any item made 744 AIR PISTOL: any item made 745 SHOTGUN: any item made 747 SMALLBORE PISTOL: any item made 748 MUZZLELOADING: any item made 749 HUNTING & OUTDOOR SKILLS: any item made SMALL ENGINES Educational displays or working models no larger than 14‖ x 22‖. Class 851 SMALL ENGINES - UNIT I: any item made 852 SMALL ENGINES - UNIT II: any item made 853 SMALL ENGINES - UNIT III: any item made SPORT FISHING Class 725 SPORT FISHING Unit 1: any item made 726 SPORT FISHING Unit 2: any item made 727 SPORT FISHING Unit 3: any item made WOODWORKING WONDERS Use plans from any source. Class 871 WOODSCIENCE UNIT I: any item made 872 WOODSCIENCE UNIT II: any item made 873 WOODSCIENCE UNIT III: any item made 874 WOODSCIENCE UNIT IV: any item made WILDLIFE Class 724 WILDLIFE: any item made

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CAKE DECORATING These are suggestions for the various levels. Cakes should not exceed 12” in height. Cake boards should not exceed 1” margin on each side of the cake pan or form. Must use Royal icing or rolled fondant only! ........................ NO REAL CAKES OR BUTTER CREME ICING WILL BE ACCEPTED! Class .............................................................................................................................................. 361 CAKE DECORATING - UNIT I: any item made Examples: Sugar molds – 3 on a plate; Party mints – shaped in molds or rolled and cut, 10 on a plate; Drop flowers – 6 on a plate; Five different borders displayed flat; Decorated cupcakes or cookies – 3 on a plate; Cake using any of the above techniques learned. 362 CAKE DECORATING - UNIT II: any item made Examples: Ten different borders displayed flat; Flat surface flowers (such as sweet pea, rosebud, half carnation, jonquil, daisy, etc), royal or butter cream icing, 6 of one kind on a plate or 3 different flowers, 2 of each kind on a plate; Figure piping, royal, butter cream or boiled icing, 3 figures; Cornelli lace used to fill in any shape about 6” in area; Cake using any of the above techniques learned. CAKE DECORATING III: any item made Examples: Flowers made on a flower nail, royal or butter cream icing, either assorted or 6 of 1 kind (such as roses, carnation, lily, mum); Pine cones formed on a tree former, royal or butter cream icing, 2 on plate; Trees formed on a tree former, royal or butter cream icing, 2 on a plate; color flow displayed flat or on a cake; Filigree work for a cake decoration, royal icing, displayed flat or on a cake; Petit fours, 4 on a plate, each decorated differently; Bouquet or corsage containing flowers made from royal icing, a minimum of 6 flowers; Panorama sugar mold decorated with royal or butter cream icing, 1 on a plate; Doll cake using a minimum of 3 tips and 3 colors; Fancy cake using minimum of 3 tips and 3 colors and any technique learned; Wedding cake using minimum of 3 tiers and 5 tips.

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CLOTHING AND TEXTILES Use patterns from any source. Items should reflect skills learned in a given unit. Double tag all clothing items. Class .............................................................................................................................................. 521 Sewing Expressions 1: any item made Suggested projects to make: Year 1 Household items such as placemats, napkins, table runner, throw using a serged edge Pillow with straight edges, simple turned blanket; Pillow case , Nine patch pillow, Chef„s apron with straight seams, Tote bag/drawstring bag with straight seams Year 2: Simple stuffed animal with curved seams , Simple tote bag/purse with curved seams, Simple garment with shirt-type sleeve, Simple woven garment with facing, PJ bottoms, skirt or shorts with elastic waist or casing and machine hem; Simple knit garment with ribbing; Autograph elephant 522 SEWING EXPRESSIONS LEVEL 2: any item made Suggested projects to make: Year 1: Garment or household item with 2 or more skills listed; Household item or garment made with rolled hem; Locker or sewing organizer with 2 or more skills listed; Fleece hat or simple fleece item. Year 2: Garment or household item with 2 or more of the skills listed; Garment or household textile item with zipper or button closure; Item with a binding, strips, ties or bands.(ex: top, shirt, etc); Make a new garment or accessory from old denim jeans. Item made from your own fabric: Garment for someone else using 1 or more skills; Pressing Aids: ham or sleeve roll; Pillow with zipper or buttonhole closure; Decorative pillow 523 SEWING EXPRESSIONS LEVEL 3: any item made Year 1: Garment combining 2 or more patterns; Garment or outdoor accessory from fleece, nylon rip-stop, insulated or quilted fabric or spandex. Ex: jacket, vest, hat, coat, sleeping bag, blanket, pants, etc.; Garment or item that requires matching; Garment or household textile that is embellished or of original design Year 2: Tailored wool garment with lining Year 3: Garment or item with specialty fabrics that requires three new techniques; Garment or home furnishings item from fabric you created; Home furnishing item Ex: window treatments, slipcovers, corded accessories, duvet cover, comforter, dust ruffle, quilt, slipcovers, etc. 524 BUYING CLOTHES LEVEL 1: any item bought or made Suggested projects: Photo display of selected outfit; Poster display of outfit/consumer skills learned; Notebook of shopping trips, skills, fabrics, etc. File box on care, coordination, etc; Educational display NO GARMENT CAN BE EXHIBITED. 525 BUYING CLOTHES LEVEL 2: any item bought or made

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Suggested projects: Photo display of selected outfit; Poster display of outfit: Notebook of shopping trips, skills, fabrics; File box on care, coordination, Educational Display. NO GARMENT MAY BE EXHIBITED FOODS/NUTRITION Suggestions for the following foods classes: Class ............................................................................................................................................. 551 FOODS A: any item made ............................................................................................................... 4 molded or bar--bar cookie (included recipe card) 4 muffin of any kind (no muffin liners) include recipe. 552 FOODS B: any item made ................................................................................................................ 4 square, oblong or round layer of cake, with or without frosting (include recipe card) 4 no yeast pretzels, any shape or 4 no yeast rolled biscuits (include recipe) 553 FOODS C: any item made ............................................................................................................... Bread sticks or yeast rolls (any shape) recipe card A yeast bread (can be loaf, braid, but not rolls) using a specialty bread such as whole wheat, rye, oat bran, etc. or a sweet bread such as tea rings. Include recipe card. One jar of a canned tomato product such as tomato juice, catsup, barbecue sauce, or salsa. Include index card with the recipe and instructions for cooking or using the product. Label with name of product, quality, and date canned. One package of a nonperishable invented snack such as a granola bar, brownies, fudge, fruit leather, popcorn snacks, trail mix, etc. The exhibit must include a separate folder containing a marketing plan with product name, recipe, how it will be packaged, and a package design, where it will be sold and suggested selling price. Label should include product name, date, quantity, and serving size. One jar of some canned pickles or a canned pickled product. Include index card with recipe and storage instructions. Label with name of product, quantity, date canned. 554 FOODS D: any item made ............................................................................................................... A single or double crust baked fruit pie: (no graham cracker crust) have recipe card. Not a State Fair item. One jar of pressure canned vegetable, meat or combination product, such as soup, stew, spaghetti sauce with meat, etc. Include index card with recipe and instruction for cooking or using the product. (Products using a fancy pack are not accepted). Label with name of product, quantity, and ate canned. A nonperishable baked international food product (such as apple strudel French bread, Mexican wedding cakes, fortune cookie, etc.) With a separate page describing the food customs of a country and how the food product is using in relation to that county's customs or a table display on a country outlining food preference, meal patterns, how nutritional needs are met, interesting customs, traditions, etc. A nonperishable baked food product* for a special occasion cake, altered (such as an appetizer, holiday food, fruit cake, special occasion cake, altered recipe product, etc.) with a separate page outlining how this product is to be used at the event or a table display for a special occasion or catered meal. The display should include a notebook outlining menu, supplies to buy, preparation schedule, equipment, table layout, etc. 555 DAIRY FOODS: any item made ..................................................................................................... A. Any baked item containing at least 1/2 cup cheese, non-fat dry milk or butter - identify on a 3" X 5" card how the ingredient is used or how the recipe has been modified to include the ingredient. B. Educational display - suggested topics include foods made from milk, nutritive value of milk products, calorie comparison of regular and low-fat dairy products; key nutrients in dairy product. 557 INTERNATIONAL FOODS I: and 558 INTERNATIONAL FOODS II: any item made ............................................................................ Suggestions apply to both classes 557 & 558 as suggested in project materials. A. Baked item (such as tortilla, Swedish tea ring, Swedish rye, cookies, etc. Provide recipe, information on country, what foods are served with the baked item, other information). B. Gift package - of 3 or more food products, commercial or homemade, representative of a foreign country. Provide information on recipes, the country, the time represents, and other facts of interest about each product. Place items in a unique, attractively decorated container. C. Baked item (such as tortilla, Swedish tea ring, Swedish rye, cookies, etc. Provide recipe, information on country, what foods are served with the baked item, other information). Gift package---of 3 or more food products, commercial or homemade, representative of a foreign country. Provide information on recipes, the country, the time represents, and other facts of interest about each product. Place items in a unique, attractive container.

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4-H Microwave Magic Project Level Guidelines and Exhibit Ideas Level A – Bag of Tricks (561) Learn how microwaves work, Learn to use microwaves safely, Learn about microwave power levels & Learn to prepare foods such as scrambled eggs, apples, popcorn treats, snacks, fudge and desserts Exhibit Ideas: Apple crisp, Granola mix, Fudge & Popcorn treats Level B – Microwave Magicians (562) Learn: about wattage – the amount of power in microwaves, to cook for two or more people, beginner baking tips, beginner meal-making, to prepare foods such as potatoes, vegetables, pudding, fondue, macaroni and cheese, sloppy joes, chicken nuggets, bar cookies and brownies, & upside down cake Exhibit Ideas: Bar cookies and brownies OR Cakes – single layer, upside down cake, coffee cake Level C – Amazing Rays (563) Learn how to shield, defrost and brown, Learn to store and reheat leftovers, Learn to prepare foods such as chili, pork chops, chicken, meatloaf, lasagna, candy, cake, fruit crisps, vegetables, soup, and spaghetti Exhibit Ideas: Fruit crisp, Candy – fudge, peanut brittle, toffee, Coffee cake Level D – Presto Meals (564) Learn to: use probes and microwave thermometers, adapt recipes for the microwave, cook for large groups, comparison shopping, plan a menu, prepare foods such as chicken, cakes, jelly and jam, pie, quiche, tarts, casseroles and meals and Understand the benefits of microwave cooking Exhibit Ideas: Fruit Chips, Pie Crust, Jam/Jelly Cake

4-H DEMONSTRATIONS AND/OR ILLUSTRATED TALKS
1. 2. 3. Demonstrations must have earned a blue ribbon at the Ray County achievement event. 4-H personnel must make nominations on the specific form provided and received in the State 4-H Office prior to July 15th. The 4-H Youth Specialist or Youth Education Assistant must sign the form. A member is limited to ONE DEMONSTRATION in the 4-H Division. Team demonstrations may consist of no more than three (3) members, however, please refer to specialty contests, which may have more stringent regulations. (Complete only one form per team demonstration.) List the primary contact under the pertinent information section of the form and then include the other team members‟ name and complete mailing address in the space provided. They will be assigned a date and time as a “team,” not as individuals. Demonstrations involving firearms, live animals, open flames, and/or other unusual circumstances must receive special approval from the State 4-H Office prior to the Fair by calling Patty at 573-882-1441. 4-H'ers selected to demonstrate will be asked to give date preferences, and will be mailed a schedule with their assigned date and time. Demonstrators must provide their own ingredients, equipment and props. The State Fair will provide an electric outlet, demonstration table and easel. General demonstrations should not exceed 10 minutes in length. Lamb related demonstrations – if presented will receive a monetary award from the MO Sheep Producers.

4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

DEMONSTRATIONS AND/OR ILLUSTRATED TALKS
4-H ELECTRIC THEATRE DEMONSTRATIONS - Eight (8) demonstrations per county. 4-H members of any age may demonstrate in the Electric Theatre. All demonstrations must use electricity. 4-H GENERAL DEMONSTRATIONS - Eight (8) demonstrations per county. Demonstrations and illustrated talks may be on any topic or project area. WORKING DEMONSTRATIONS - Four (4) demonstrations per county. Demonstrations may be on any topic or project. In a working demonstration, the 4-H member works continuously on an item, or shows a particular skill. Members do not give a formal talk while they work, but respond to questions from fair-goers. Members should bring enough material so they can work for about one-half hour. A poster giving the topic of the demonstration and the 4-H member's name can be displayed on the demonstration table.

SPECIALTY CONTESTS
EGG CONTEST - Two demonstrations per county: 8-13 and 14 & over. Winner in the older division will represent Missouri at the national contest in Louisville; travel, overnight expenses will be covered. Specific rules: contact Jesse Lyons, UMC Animal Science Extension, S-103 Animal Sciences Center, Columbia, MO 65211; lyonsj@missouri.edu or call 573-882-0247 or Jo Manhart, MO Egg Council, 1000 West Nifong, Building 1, Columbia, MO 65203 573-874-3138; jmanhart@juno.com. Both would be glad to provide critique and encouragement for the Missouri winner to help perfect a winning demonstration for the national level. For the complete rules go to http://national4hpoultryandegg.psu.edu/

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Demonstrate the preparation of egg dish and present information showing knowledge of eggs, nutritional value, preparation, storage, function, grading-sizing, versatility, and economics of cooking with eggs.  Present a finished product for judges‟ sampling, and a recipe handout for the judges.  Demonstration is to be no more than 12 minutes in duration.  No team demonstrations.  Recipe must contain 1 whole egg per serving if classified as a salad or main dish, ½ egg per serving if an appetizer, snack, dessert or beverage. PORK CONTEST - Six (6) demonstrations per county, 8-10: 2, 11-13: 2, and 14 or over: 2. Members must be enrolled in Foods or Swine project. Demonstration may be on any facet of pork, including food, nutrition, productions practices, or by-products. (Animals may not be used.) Demonstration topics should be challenging and exhibit contestant‟s knowledge as well as presentation skills. First-place winners may not enter the following year, unless they are eligible to compete in a different age category. Team demonstrations, by teams of no more than two are allowed only in the 8-10 year division. Three placings are awarded in each age category and will receive plaques. The Missouri Pork Producers Association sponsors contest. AGRI-MISSOURI FOODS CONTEST - Three entries per county, with 8-10: 1, 11-13; 1 and 14 & over: 1. Demonstrations should be 7-10 minutes in length. No team demonstrations allowed. Members do not have to be enrolled in any specific project. The demonstration must use a food product produced by a Missouri company or producers, give background information on the company or producer, and provide nutrition and preparation information. The demonstration will also be judged for presentation and speaking ability. A copy of the recipe and a sample of the food should be given to judges. All contestants will receive Agri-Missouri items. The Missouri 4-H Foundation & Missouri Department of Agriculture jointly sponsors the event. Awards will be given 30 minutes after the last demonstration is presented. A copy of the Agri-Missouri Buyer’s Guide is available from the MO Dept of Ag by going to http://agrimissouri.com/buyersguide.html It lists Missouri made, grown, or produced products. SOYFOODS CONTEST - Up to six (6) entries per county with no more than two from 8-10; two from 11-13 and two from 14 & over. No team demonstrations are allowed. Demonstrators can prepare any recipe that contains soyfoods. Demonstrations should be at least 5 minutes in length, but no longer than 20 minutes. Examples of allowed soyfoods and minimums that recipe must utilize are as follows: Soy Oil 1/2 cup Tofu 1/2 cup Whole Soybeans (green or dried) 1/2 cup Roasted Soy Nuts 1/2 cup Soy Flour 1/3 cup Soy Margarine 1/2 cup Soy Grits 1/4 cup Soy Milk 1/2 cup Soy Nut Butter 1/4 cup Soy Sauce* 3 Tsp (*only if used with another soyfood) Demonstrators will be judged on the contestant‟s knowledge of soyfoods (use in recipes and benefits of using soyfoods) and presentation skills. Also exhibiting general knowledge of soybean production in Missouri would be beneficial. Copies of the recipe used in the demonstration and a sample of the finished product should be given to the judges. All participants will receive a gift and a certificate of participation. First place in each category will also be awarded a plaque and a savings bond. For any questions regarding the contest or to get an informational packet to help you develop an idea for a demonstration, please contact the Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council at 1-800MOBEAN-1 or by E-mail at mosoy@mosoy.org. The Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council sponsors the contest. 4-H CHICKEN B-B-Q CONTEST Monday, August 17, 2009--9:30 a.m. to Noon, East of the 4-H Building Jesse Lyons, Chair Contact Number: 573-882-6754 Who can enter? Any 4-H member in the state enrolled in any 4-H project, if between the ages of 13-18. 1. Pre-registration will be due through the local extension center no later than July 1, 2009. 2. Each contestant will prepare using charcoal barbeque grilling techniques, four (4) 1 1/4 to 1 1/2 pound chicken halves provided to them by the contest monitors. 3. There will be a 2 1/2 hour time limit on the preparation of the chicken. Contestant is to turn in the cooked product at or before the end of the stated cooking time. Two barbequed halves will be presented to the judges on plates without garnishes. Plates will be provided. 4. Charcoal and lighter fluid will be available, although contestants may bring their own charcoal and fluid. Selfstarting charcoal may not be used. Barbeque grills will be available for the contestants if one is requested during pre-registration. Contestants may use their own grills provided the grill grid area is approximately 350 to 400 square inches. 5. The contestant must furnish including sauce all other equipment and supplies. Sauce may be commercial or private recipe. Recipe of sauce such as brand or major ingredient must be provided to the judges. 6. The chicken will be provided to the contestant at the starting time. The contestant may not inject fluid or sauce into the chicken. Baskets may not be used for turning. 7. Contestants will be scored on barbeque skills as demonstrated while preparing, cooking the chicken, and by sensory evaluation of the finished product.

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8. Contestants may have one adult (leader or parent) as a coach supervising and assisting during set up, although
cooking and product handling is restricted to the contestant.

9. Ribbons will be awarded. Winning contestant who is 14-18 years old as of January 1 of the current year will
qualify for the National 4-H Chicken Barbeque Demonstration Contest in Louisville, Kentucky in November.

FFA AGRICULTURAL MECHANICS PROJECT REGULATIONS DATE: Friday, July 10, 2009 LOCATION: Ray County Fairground, FFA/4-H Building TIME: 10:00 a.m.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Articles may be entered from 10:00 -11:00 a.m. on Friday, July 10th. th Articles released Thursday AFTERNOON, July 16 , @ 3:00 p.m. Smaller items will be on exhibit in the Eagleton Civic Center. Articles exhibited must have been constructed by FFA member either as a part of their agricultural mechanics instruction in vocational agriculture, or as a part of their supervised work experience program. Entries will be judged on the basis of workmanship, Finish, design, strength, usefulness, and suitability. Can only show an item once at the County Fair, doesn’t have to be constructed during the year it is exhibited. All articles must be clean and in presentable condition even though they may have been used. Each chapter is limited to a total of eight entries of the same kind of project: for example, eight loading chutes or eight pairs of horses. The entries may be individually owned or chapter-owned. The points assigned to projects are based upon the amount and difficulty of the work involved, difficulty and cost of moving, averages products of the kind listed. The superintendent may adjust the point up or down within a range of 50 percent when a project is unusual in size or difficulty and it appears necessary in order to keep the points in balance.

AG MECHANICS Class 111 112 113 114 Single Axle Trailers 60 Drop Frame Machinery 80 Drop Frame Livestock Trailers 120 Straight Tongue Machinery 2-3 Axle 120 35 20 35 20 85 50 85 50 60 Large Round Bale Carrier Hay Feeder Feed Bunk Lg Animal Holding Chute with Headgate 135 Lg Animal Squeeze Chute with Headgate 136 Sm Animal Holding Chute 131 132 133 134 55 40 55 55 35 30 35 35 20 15 20 20

115 Straight Tongue with Top 2-3 Axle

135 95

80 55 30 120 85 55

116 Straight Tongue Livestock without top120 85 50 2-3 Axle 117 Gooseneck Machinery Trailer 2-3 Axle 120 85 50 118 Gooseneck Livestock Trailer without 135 95 60 Top 2-3 Axle 119 Gooseneck Livestock Trailer with top, 150 120 60 2-3 Axle 120 Farm Wagon 4 Wheel Chassis 80 55 30 121 Farm Wagon 6 Wheel Chassis 90 80 55 122 Wagon/Truck Grain Bed 100 70 40 122 Wagon/Truck Grain Bed 100 70 40 124 Tractor Scraper Blade 55 35 20 125 Heavy Duty Scraper Blade 60 35 20 126 Tractor Carryall 100 70 40 127 Tractor Carryall with Racks 40 30 15 128 Heavy Duty Carryall 50 35 25 129 Hydraulic Log Splitter 50 30 25 130 Tractor Boom 45 30 10

137 Sm Animal Squeeze Chute or Table 55 35 20 138 Livestock Headgate 80 55 30 139 Gate, Panel or Portable Coral 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 Picnic Table Bar-B-Q Grill Lawn Swing with Frame Welding Table Engine Stand Saw Horse Pair Car Ramp Pair Jack Stand Pair Log Splitter Misc./Projects Comparable Size 55 35 15 10 20 15 20 15 20 15 20 15 25 20 15 10 15 10 15 10 10 6 20 5 10 10 10 10 10 5 5 5 4

JUNIOR HAM SHOW
DATE: Monday July 13, 2009 LOCATION: Eagleton Civic Center

ENTERED BY: 2:00 P.M. JUDGED AT: 3:00 P.M.
Exhibitor must be a Ray County 4-H or FFA member. Exhibitor may enter 1 ham, which they have cured and owned. All hams eligible (top 25 blue ribbon hams) will sell July 14, 2009. All exhibitors selling a ham are requested to be at the Ham Breakfast Auction. All hams will be weighed and divided into weight classes if necessary.

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$200 in prize money will be given to the exhibitors. All hams must be pre-registered by July 1, 2009 at the Ray County Extension Office. Entered by 2:00 p.m.---- July 13TH at the Eagleton Civic Center in Richmond, MO.

HAM BREAKFAST
DATE: Tuesday, July 14, 2009 LOATION: Ray County Fairgrounds TIME: 6:30 a.m. th The top 25 placed blue ribbon hams will be sold at auction following the Ham Breakfast on July 15 . Seller will be admitted to breakfast at no charge. All other family members must purchase a ticket.

ANIMAL OWNERSHIP One objective of an animal project is to learn skills in animal feeding, management, health and breeding. To accomplish this, the 4-H members should secure and/or be responsible for the animal as early in the year as possible. A practical date for this would be no later than February 1. Livestock shows and exhibitions set up minimum dates for length of ownership necessary for exhibiting. Ray County has patterned their ownership dates after the following shows.
Ray County BEEF CATTLE Steers Steer Noseprints Breeding Animals SHEEP Market Lamb Lamb Noseprints Breeding Animals SWINE Market Hog Breeding Animals DOGS HORSES CATS CAVY, GERBIL, HAMSTER POULTRY March 1 N/A April 1 May 1 N/A May 1 May 1 May 1 April 1 May 1 May 1 May 1 May 1 Not Eligible 90 days Not Eligible Not Eligible State Fair March 1 March 10 June 1 June 1 June 10 July 1 90 days Since farrowing April 1 May 1 May 1 American Royal July 1 July 1 July 1 Not Eligible July 1 Not Eligible

RABBITS May 1 June 1 Not Eligible ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________

RAY COUNTY FAIR, INC. LIVESTOCK FAIR SCHEDULE AND REGULATIONS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS RULES AND REGULATIONS Prize Money to Be Determined st Entries for animals must be made by: JULY 1 or pay a late fee. Section 1. Section 2. Section 3. Section 4. Section 5. Section 6. The Board of Directors may expel any member from the association for rude, disorderly behavior at any of the fairs or meetings. Liquor shall not be sold or drank on the grounds. There shall be appointed by the board of directors, a Marshall whose duty it shall be to superintend the exhibition are put in the places designated for them. No animal or article shall compete for a premium unless the fact be known to the recording secretary before the time of exhibition. Pedigrees with names and ages of animals exhibited shall be accessible to the awarding committees before the exhibition. The board shall appoint superintendents of gates, booths, and stalls, who shall have sole charge of their departments; collect the money there from and pay it over to the treasurer, taking duplicate receipts for the same, and of which shall be filed with the secretary.

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Section 8. Section 9. Section 10.

Section 11 Section 12 Section 13 Section 14 Section 15 Section 16 Section 17 Section 18.

No person other than the Marshall, secretary, awarding committee and grooms in charge of stock shall be allowed to go into the ring when stock and other articles are being exhibited without a special order of the direction. 4-H and FFA will compete together. Open to 4-H and FFA members enrolled in any 4-H Club or FFA Chapter in Missouri. SHOWING: exhibitors must show their own animals. The show superintendents may permit other 4-H or FFA members to show an animal in case of illness or physical handicapor 4-H/FFA approved activity. If an exhibitor has more than one animal in a class, another exhibitor must show the second animal. NO ADULTS may show animals for exhibitors. Uncontrollable animals that exhibitor cannot handle alone may be disqualified by the superintendent and required to leave the ring. $2.00 per head for hogs and sheep by pre entry deadline or $4.00/head thereafter. $5.00 per head for cattle, this included tack by pre-entry deadline or $8.00/head thereafter. Must furnish own bedding. Health certificate to accompany animal, if needed. Forward to Ray County Extension Center, 108 W. North Main, Richmond, MO 64085, by JULY 1st the pre-registration forms are requested for all livestock. All steers will be shown by weight classes. Showmanship winners will be determined by a qualified judge during each of the livestock shows. All beef animals will be subject to mouthing: the Livestock Committee reserves right to disqualify any questionable.

RAY COUNTY LIVESTOCK SALE REQUIREMENTS
1. 4-H or FFA member must be a Ray County resident and a member of a Ray County 4-H Club or FFA Chapter, or be a student in a Ray County School District and a member in Ray County 4-H Club or FFA Chapter. Can only sell in one county in the state of Missouri in a given 4-H year or school year. Exhibitors must show & sell their own animals. The show superintendents may permit another 4-H or FFA member to show an animal in case of illness, physical handicap or 4-H/FFA approved activity. Must be 8 years old by January 1 of current year. Must be enrolled in the project of the species you sell by January 1 of the current project year. Must attend at least half of the community club and project meetings held up to fair time. A signature form will be required to verify this. Steers must weigh in at the spring steer weigh-in to sell. Market hogs and Market Lambs must be tagged by the livestock committee at a specified date. Must show own animal at the Ray County Fair and receive a blue ribbon to sell. Can sell only one species. Steers must weigh at least 1000 pounds and have ownership by April 1 to sell. If a steer is mouthed & disqualified------animal will not be eligible to show or sell. Solicitation for ―Team Bidding‖ is prohibited. If individual chooses to sell an animal (beef, sheep or swine)---it cannot be shown anywhere after the auction. Market hogs can be barrows or gilts. Market hogs must weigh between 230-300 lbs. to sell. st Sheep must weigh 90 pounds to show (100 pounds to sell) and have ownership by May 1 . Ear tags: Steers will be tagged at steer weigh in March; market swine and lambs will be tagged by June 10th. You may nominate 5 animals for sale. Animals will be inspected by veterinarian before you can show. Once animal is sold cannot show at any other fairs. There will be no designated slaughter point. Need to check with your buyer in regards to sale arrangements. One time weigh in is all that is allowed on show day. NO allowance on weight for sale class Animals (sheep & swine) weighing light weight or over will be placed in a designated class BUT not eligible for champion or sale.

2. 3.

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 11A. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23.

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Limit of: seven (7) lambs, eighteen (18) market hogs & twelve (12) steers will be sold if of sale quality. Sale Order will follow the placing that has been designated by the judge. Exhibitor must be present in the line of sale order OR will not be able to sell.

RAY COUNTY FAIR, INC. SHEEP SHOW
SHEEP MUST BE PRE-REGISTERED BY: JULY 1st DATE: Monday, July 13, 2009 LOCATION: Ray County Fairgrounds – Pole Barn, Richmond TIME: Breeding Sheep on grounds by 7:00 a.m. BREEDING SHOW: 8:00 a.m. Showmanship: Following Breeding Sheep Market Lambs on grounds and weighed by 10:00 a.m. Market Show: Following showmanship RELEASE: Breeding Sheep: Following Showmanship Market Lambs - Following Market Show Any animal that is shown for exhibition must have a scrapie tag. Call 573-636-3116 if you need tags. Market Class: Exhibit is limited to a total of 2 market lambs for paid premium. Must weigh 90 lbs. to show for champion, 100 lbs. to sell. Ray County youth ONLY. May nominate up to 5 lambs by June 1st of current year. At fair weigh-in (July 14) you may designate 1 lamb for the sale. Each exhibitor is limited to two entries in a single class and only one entry in the pair classes. All lamb classes must have lamb teeth. Base date: September 1 for computing the age of sheep. Breeding stock must be registered in 4-H or FFA member's name. Each lamb must carry label of Breed Association in ear at time of showing, which applicable. Note health requirements at beginning of livestock section for sheep. Entry fee - $2.00/head by pre-entry deadline or $4.00 thereafter. Showmanship class will be between the breeding show and the market Class.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

10. LAMBS ARE NOT TO BE LEFT UNATTENDED ON WASH RACKS/ LEFT IN STANDS LONGER THAN ONE HOUR.

RAMBOUILLET

SOUTHDOWN

CORRIEDALE

SHROPSHIRE

CROSSBRED

MONTADALE

HAMPSHIRE

COLUMBIA Yearling Ram 1 yr. & under 2 Senior Ram 9/01 -12/31/08 Junior Ram After 1/1/09 Pair Ram Lambs Yearling Ewe 1 yr & under 2 Pair of Yrlg Ewes Senior Ewe Lamb
9/01/08-12/31/08

SUFFOLK

OXFORD

DORSET

1000 1001

1009 1010

N/A N/A

1026 1027

1035 1036

1044 1045

1053 1054

1062 1063

1071 1072

1080 1081

1089 1090

1002 1003 1004 1005

1011 1012 1013 1014

N/A N/A 1021 1022

1028 1029 1030 1031

1037 1038 1039 1040

1046 1047 1048 1049

1055 1056 1057 1058

1064 1065 1066 1067

1073 1074 1075 1076

1082 1083 1084 1085

1091 1092 1093 1094

1006

1015

1023

1032

1041

1050

1059

1068

1077

1086

1095

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Junior Ewe Lamb After 1/1/09 Pair of Ewe Lambs Market Lamb Market Lambs for Livestock Sale

1007 1008

1016 1017

1024 1025

1033 1034

1042 1043

1051 1052

1060 1061

1069 1070

1078 1079

1087 1088

1096 1097

1020---Will break by weight for classes

1098---- ---RAY COUNTY ONLY

GOATS st MUST BE PRE-REGISTERED BY: JULY 1 or pay late fees. DATE: Monday, July 13, 2009 LOCATION: Ray County Fairgrounds Pole Barn SHOWTIME: 3:00 P.M. Each Exhibitor will be limited to two (2) entries per class. All animals must have an official USDA Scrapie ID ear tag. Entry fee is $2.00/head or $4.00/head after deadline. See animal health regulations for requirements.

1. 2. 3. 4.

Goats Dairy Meats

Doe 3-6 Month 2000 2010

Doe 7-12 Month 2001 2011

Doe 1-2 Years 2002 2012

Doe 2-3 Years 2003

Doe 2 Yr Plus ----2013

Doe 3-4 Years 2004 -------

Doe 5 yrs Plus 2005 -------

Buck Kid 3-12 Mon. 2006 2014

Buck 1 yr 2007 2015

Buck 2 yr 2008 2016

Buck 3&0 2009 2017

Market

2018

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SWINE SHOW st SWINE MUST BE PRE-REGISTERED BY JULY 1 OR Pay a Late Fee DATE: Tuesday, July 15, 2008 LOCATION: Ray County Fairgrounds - Pole Barn TIME: Must be on grounds and entered by 8:30 a.m. SHOW TIME: 9:00 a.m. RELEASED FOLLOWING CLOSE OF SWINE SHOW 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Note health regulation in fairbook. Each exhibitor will be limited to two entries in each boar, gilt, and market class. ALL EXHIBITORS must show their PQA certification card at check-in. All 4-H animals must be registered in the 4-H member's name or jointly. Entry fee $2.00 per head by pre-entry deadline or $4.00 thereafter. Market class can be either barrow or gilt. An exhibitor can exhibit only two market hogs. Market hog must weigh 230-300 lbs.

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CHESTER WHITE

CROSSBRED

HAMPSHIRE

YORKSHIRE

BERKSHIRE

TAMWORTH

SPOTTED

POLAND

DUROC

Boar Dec. 15-31, 2008 Boar January 2009 Boar February 2009 Boar March & After 2009 Gilt Dec. 15-31, 2008 Gilt January 2009 Gilt Feb. 1-14, 2009 Gilt Feb. 15-28, 2009 Gilt March 2009 Market Hogs January 1 or after) Ray County Only Sale Class

1151 1152 1153 1154 1155 1156 1157 1158

1160 1161 1162 1163 1164 1165 1166 1167

N/A N/A N/A N/A 1169 1170 1171 1172

1181 1182 1183 1184 1185 1186 1187 1188

1193 1194 1195 1196 1197 1198 1199 1200

1205 1206 1207 1208 1209 1210 1211 1212

1217 1218 1219 1220 1221 1222 1223 1224

1229 1230 1231 1232 1233 1234 1235 1236

1241 1242 1243 1244 1245 1246 1247 1248

1159

1168

1173

1189

1201 1150

1213

1225

1237

1249

Class 1150A---January 1 or after

TOP 18 MARKET BARROW ELIGIBLE FOR LIVESTOCK SALE. (SEE LIVESTOCK RULES)

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BEEF SHOW NO BULL CLASSES FOR 2009 st REQUEST THAT CATTLE BE PRE-REGISTERED BY JULY 1 OR Pay Late Fees DATE: July 15, 2009 TIME: Entered and stalled by 8:00 a.m. SHOW TIME: 9:00 a.m. RELEASED: AT DISCRETION OF LIVESTOCK COMMITTEE All Missouri exhibitors must have an official health certificate to accompany animal unless exempt. Each exhibitor will be limited to two (2) entries per breeding class. All steers will be shown by weight. Steers will be weighted to determine classes. Entries in the beef steer classes must have been born after January 1, 2008. Steers will be mouthed. No steers with a broken mouth may be show: meaning a full set of baby teeth is required. If a steer is mouthed and disqualified the steer will not be eligible to show OR sell. 5. Can only show a total of 2 steers, not per weight break. 1. 2. 3. 4.

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6. PARTNERSHIP - 4-H members who own breeding livestock in partnership may have them registered jointly, and each member may show the same number of head as if the animals were individually owned. Partnership is defined as joint owner-identify which animal is to be shown by each exhibitor. 7. Stall fee is $5.00 per animal by pre-entry deadline or $8.00 thereafter. 8. Showmanship awards will be given. 9. Each exhibitor will be limited to show an animal only once during the show, except for the derby and championship classes. 10. Uncontrollable animals will be disqualified and asked to leave the ring.
SANTA GERTRUDIS

MAINE ANJOU

SHORTHORN

CROSSBRED

CHAROLAIS

SIMMENTAL

HEREFORD

GELBVIEH

CHIANINA

LIMOUSIN

ANGUS

SALER

BEEF SHOW Bucket Calf 1/01/09 - 4/30/09 Junior Heifer Calf 1/01/09-4/30/09 Senior Heifer Calf 9/01/08-12/31/08 Late Sum Yr Heifer 7/1/08 – 8/31/08 Sum Yr. Heifer 5/01/08- 6/30/08 Late Jr. Yr. Heifer 3/01/08 - 4/30/08 Early Jr. Yr. Heifer 1/01/08 - 2/28/08 Senior Yrlg Heifer 9/01/07-12/31/07 Cow-Calf Steers Steers Ray County ONLY

2999 3035 3036 3037 3038 3039 3040 3041 3042 3049 3050 3051 3052 3053 3054 3055 3056 3062 3063 3064 3065 3066 3067 3068 3069 3071 3072 3073 3074 3075 3076 3077 3078 3085 3086 3087 3088 3089 3090 3091 3092 3099 3100 3101 3102 3103 3104 3105 3106 3113 3114 3115 3116 3117 3118 3119 3120 3127 3128 3129 3130 3131 3132 3133 3134 3141 3142 3143 3144 3145 3146 3147 3148 3155 3156 3157 3158 3159 3160 3161 3162 3170 3171 3172 3173 3174 3175 3176 3177 3184 3185 3186 3187 3188 3189 3190 3191

3025---will be broke by weights only 3026--------Ray County Steer Derby Class (Must have been in 2009 Spring Weigh-In)

FARMERS APPRECIATION DINNER July 15, 2009 @ 6:30 P.M. RICHMOND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ENTERTAINMENT PEE WEE SHOW - 7:30 p.m. LIVESTOCK SALE - 7:45 p.m. "PEE WEE" CATTLEMAN CLASS - OPEN TO ANYONE 7 YEARS OLD & UNDER No pre-registration or stall fee required CALF CANNOT WEIGH OVER (300 POUNDS) 22

LIVESTOCK SALE A 4-H or FFA member must be a Ray County resident and a member of a Ray County 4-H Club or FFA Chapter or be a student in a Ray County School District and be a member of a Ray County 4-H Club or FFA Chapter then you may enter one of the following project animals: Market lamb: Class 1098—--top 7 Market hog: Class 1150A---top 18 Market Steer: Class 3026—--top 12 Steers must weigh a minimum of 1000 pounds to sell. All species will go to slaughter after the Ray County Fair. NO OPTIONS. ______________________________________________________________________________________ DOG SHOW Ray County Only DATE: MONDAY, JULY 13, 2009 LOCATION: South Pole Barn on Fairgrounds TIME: 6:00 P.M. Special rules: Please refer to Ray County 4-H Dog Show Guidelines for complete rules.
1. 2. 3. Must be enrolled in the 4-H Dog Project and have recommended proper fitting equipment. Dress: Obedience & Showmanship—slacks & short sleeve shirt with collar. Agility—can wear shorts & a sport shirt. If you have shown in the Ray County Dog Show previously, you must move up to the class as indicated below. 1st year at the show you may show as a novice junior handler & in 1-year pre-novice obedience, unless your dog is titled dogs with title must be shown in the level about their degree. A member may show in pre-novice (beginner) - 1 year; Novice class, 2 year; graduate novice, 3 year, and open or utility, not limit on years. Be considerate of others: do not bother other dogs while they are in the ring. Do not scream, make gestures, or talk to other dogs in the ring. This will not be tolerated and you will be asked to leave the ring and forfeit points for that exercise. Sportsmanship MUST be used at all times. NO double commands; if command is repeated points will be deducted. If dog stops to scratch or sniff something in the ring, points will be deducted. If dog defecates in the ring, points will be deducted and you will be asked to clean it up. NO aggressive behavior will be tolerated. If your dog bites another dog or person they will be disqualified to show. Dogs in season must be kept in cages and will be shown in a separate area. Must pre-register by July 1st at the Ray County Extension Office.

4.

5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

CLASS POINT VALUE C570 Pre-novice, First year dog, 8-12 …………..…………………………….. 9 6 C571 Pre-novice, First year dog, 13 and over………………………….……… 9 6 C572 Pre-novice, graduate beginner or second year dog, 8-12 year olds….. 9 6 C573 Pre-novice, graduate beginner or second year dog, 13 & over………. 9 6 C574 Novice-member 13 years & younger-dogs in novice in 2009………… 9 6 C575 Novice-members 14 & over-dogs trained in novice in 2009…………… 9 6 C576 Graduate novice-dogs who have trained in graduate novice in 2009… 9 6 C577 Open-dogs who have trained in open during 2009………… ………….. 9 6 C578 Utility-dogs who have trained in utility…………………………………… 9 6 C579 Agility—Pre Novice Standard & Jumpers with Weaves………………… 9 6 C580 Agility----Novice/Open/Excellent Standard & Jumpers with Weaves… 9 6 C581 Showmanship………………………………………………………………. 9 6

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Obedience Classes - Obedience classes will be judged according to AKC rules and score cards as follows: Pre-Novice -(beginners or first year dogs) Heel on leash and figure "8", 40 points. Stand for examination on leash, 30 points; Recalls on leash, 30 points; Long sit on leash (1 minute), 30 points; Long Down on leash (3 minutes), 30 points= 160 points. Pre-Novice - (graduate beginner or second year dog) Heeling with figure "8" on leash, 40 points; Standing for examination off leash, 30 points; Recalls off leash 30 points; Long sit (1 minute) off leash, 30 points; Long down (3 minutes), 30 points=160 points. Novice Heel on leash and Figure "8", 40 points; Stand for examination off leash, 30 points; Heel off leash 40 points; Recall off leash, 30 points; Long sit (1 minute) off leash, 30 points; Long down (3 minute) off leash, 30 points=200 points. Open Graduate Novice—Ray County Class Only

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Heel on leash, 30 points; Stand for Examination off leash, 30 points; Heel free & figure “8” off leash, 40 points; Drop on recall, off leash, 40 points; Long sit (3 minutes & handler out of sight), off leash, 30 points; Long down (5 minutes & handler out of sight), off leash, 30 points=200 points Graduate Novice Heel off leash, 40 points; Stand for examination off leash, 30 points; Drop on recall off leash, 30 points; Dumbbell recall, 40 points; Recall over broad jump (2 times height of jump) Long sit (3 minutes) off lead, 30 points; Open Long down (5 minutes), 30 points= 200 points. Open (off leash) Heel free and figure "8", 40 points, Drop on recall, 30 points; Retrieve on flat, 20 points; Retrieve over high jump, 30 points; Broad jump (2 times height of jump), 20 points. Long sit (3 minutes & handler out of sight, off lead 30 points; Long down (5 minutes & handler out of sight), 30 points= 200 points. Utility (off leash) Signal exercise, 40 points; Scent discrimination, leather, 30 points; metal, 30 points; Directed retrieve, 30 points; Directed jumping 40 points; group examination, 30 points Agility – Dogs will compete over a course consisting of at least two upright jumps, broad jump, open & collapsed tunnel, tetertotter & bridge. All work may be on or off lead according to the discretion of the judge & handler. Jumping faults will be scored for refusal or run outs. The fastest clean round wins. Obstacles will be adjusted according to height. (Extension Center MUST be notified, if you plan to enter this class prior to deadline in order secure jumps.)

RABBIT SHOW DATE: THURSDAY, July 16, 2009 LOCATION: RAY COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS TIME: 9:00 A.M. Pre-register by July 1st at the Ray County Extension Center. Entry Fee: $1.00 per rabbit; after deadline $2.00/head. An individual may only show 2/class. Members must furnish pens for rabbits. Colored or White Fur class----only 1 entry per person. CLASS C5001 C5003 C5505 C5507 C5009 C5011 Senior Buck - 6 month and over………………………. Senior Doe - 6 month and over……………………….. Junior Buck - 2 - 6 months…………………………….. Junior Doe - 2 - 6 months……………………………… Colored Fur……………………………………………… White Fur………………………………………………. POINT VALUE 6 4 6 4 6 4 6 4 6 4 6 4

2 2 2 2 2 2

SMALL ANIMAL EXHIBITS DATE: THURSDAY, July 16, 2009 LOCATION: RAY COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS TIME: FOLLOWING RABBIT SHOW st Pre-register by July 1 ----------------Must have 3 members entries or more by 7/1 to have show. GUINEA PIGS CLASSES C6000 Boar………………………………………………………. C6001 Sow………………………………………………………. HAMSTERS C6002 Female…………………………………………………… C6003 Male……………………………………………………… GERBILS C6004 Female………………………………………………….. C6005 Male…………………………………………………….. AMPHIBIANS AND REPTILES C6010 Female…………………………………………………. C6011 Male……………………………………………………..

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

POINT VALUE 2 1 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

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POULTRY DATE: THURSDAY, July 16, 2009 TIME: 11:00 a.m. Pre-register by July 1st & Entry fee of $1.00 per bird; after deadline $2.00/bird 1. All poultry must be free of infections and/or contagious disease and will be subject to inspection while on exhibition. Please check health regulations. 2. Wings of poultry should not be clipped. st 3. Birds must be owned by member on or before June 1 of the current year except broiler and fryer. 4. Diseased birds will be promptly removed. 5. All poultry must be purebred except meat and production classes. 6. Cockerels and pullets are birds less than one year cocks and hens are birds over one year. 7. Limit of TEN BIRDS per exhibitor. 8. Exhibitor can only show two (2) entries per class. CLASS POINT VALUE STANDARD BREEDS C530 Trio…………………………………………………………………….. 6 4 C531 Cockerel………………….……………………………………………. 6 4 C532 Pullet………………………………………………………………….. 6 4 C533 Cock…………………………………………………………………… 6 4 C534 Hen…………………………………………………………………….. 6 4 BANTAMS C535 Trio…………………………………………………………………… C536 Cockerel……………………………………………………………….. C537 Pullet……………………………………………………………… C538 Cock………………………………………………………………. C539 Hen…………………………………………..…………………… MEAT PRODUCTION 3 birds of same sex or 3 Ducks of same sex C540 Trio…………………………….…………………………………. LIVE MARKET POULTRY C541 Broiler (2 birds) 2-3 lbs…………………………………………. C542 Fryers (2 birds) 3-4 lbs…………………………………………. C543 Roasters (2 birds) over 4 lbs…………………………………… C544 Capons (2 birds)…………………………………………..……. DUCKS/GEESE C550 Pair…………….………………………………………………… C551 Drake………….…………………………………………………. C552 Hen……………………………………………………………….

2 2 2 2 2

6 6 6 6 6

4 4 4 4 4

2 2 2 2 2

6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

CATS Ray County Only DATE: THURSDAY, July 16, 2009 LOCATION: EAGLETON CIVIC CENTER TIME: 2:00 p.m. st Pre-register by July 1 SPECIAL RULES: 1. Exhibitors are responsible for keeping their cat pens clean and also cleaning up after the judging. 2. Cats must have immunizations up to date: feline pneumonitis, rabies, rhinetractus, calice and distemper. Proof of vaccinations and exhibits cat project record must be attached to show cage. 3. One of the objectives in owning a cat is to learn new skills in breeding, feeding, management and health. To accomplish this, the 4-H member should secure the cat as early in the year as possible. A practical date for this would be no later than May.

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CLASS POINT VALUE C590 Kitten (4-8 months)……………………………………… . 6 4 2 C591 Altered male, neutered (over 8 months)………………. 6 4 2 C592 Altered female, spayed (over 8 months)………………. 6 4 2 C593 Unaltered male (over 8 months)……………………….. 6 4 2 C594 Unaltered female (over 8 months)……………………… 6 4 2 ______________________________________________________________________________________ CLOVER KID PET SHOW Open to Ray County Only DATE: THURSDAY, JULY 16, 2009 TIME: Following Cat Show st Pre-register by July 1 SPECIAL RULES: 1. Each 4-H Clover Kid may exhibit one (1) approved small animal. Approved are: amphibians (frogs or toads), birds, cavies (guinea pigs, gerbils, hamsters), cats, chinchillas, dogs, fish, hedgehogs, lizards mice, rabbits, rats or snakes. 2. Follow animal health regulations. CLASS C600 Point Value Clover Kids Pets………………………………………………………..6

ROCKETRY Ray County Only DATE: FRIDAY, JULY 17, 2009 LOCATION: ACROSS FROM THE MUSEUM TIME: 9:00 A.M. The Rocket Shoot-Off is open to 4-H rocketry members only. Must pre-register by July 1st. If not at least 5 signed up event will be cancelled. Each member must: 1. Have their own rocket and follow safety regulations. 2. Prepare for launch by yourself. 3. Bring own packing, engines, starter and tape. 4. Allowed 3 tries, then disqualified. 5. Altitude Class: engine must be an Estee A3-4T engine or an engine that has a total impulse of .56 lb/sec Classes: 813A……….Parachute Duration 813B……….Spot Landing 813C………Altitude

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1. 2. 3. 4.

SHOOTING SPORTS CONTEST DATE: SATURDAY, JULY 18, 2009 LOCATION: FAIRGROUNDS TIME: 8:00 a.m. Pre-register by July 1st Must be in good standing & enrolled in the discipline of the 4-H shooting sports project. Contestants will be judged on knowledge and accuracy. At least 5 members must pre-register for the contest to be offered. The committee requests that mechanical releases not be used unless more than 5 use them. CLASS DESCRIPTION
8-10, Compound (with release) 8-10, Compound-Fingers Only 11-13, Compound (with release) 11-13, Compound Fingers Only 14-18, Compound (with release) 14-18, Compound Fingers Only 8-10, Traditional Recurve/Longbow (with acc.) 8-10, Traditional Recurve/Longbow (no acc.) 11-13, Traditional Recurve/Longbow (with acc.) 11-13, Traditional Recurve/Longbow (no acc.) 14-18, Traditional Recurve/Longbow (with acc.) 14-18, Traditional Recurve/Longbow (no acc.) 8-10, Freestyle Recurve/Longbow (with acc.) 11-13, Freestyle Recurve/Longbow (with acc.) 14-18, Freestyle Recurve/Longbow (with acc.) 8-10, BB--Prone Position Only 11-13, BB--Four Positions 8-10, Pellet Standard-Prone Only 11-13, Pellet Standard-4 Positions 14-18, Pellet Standard-4 Positions 8-10, Target--Prone Positions Only 11-13, Target--4 Positions 14-18, Target—4 Positions 8-10, Standard-Prone Positions (open sights) 11-13, Standard -4 Positions (open sights) 14-18, Standard-4 Positions (open sights) 8-10, Target-Prone Positions (Peep sights) 11-13, Target-4 Positions (Peep Sights) 11-13, Target-3 Positions (aperture sights) 14-18, Target-3 Positions (aperture sights) 8-10, Air Pistol--Supported 11-13, Air Pistol—Standing Positions 14-18, Air Pistol—Standing Positions 14-18, Small-bore Pistol—Standing Positions 11-13, 1 Round 14-18, 2 Rounds 11-13, 5 Rounds—40 & 60 yards 14-18, 5 Rounds—40 & 60 yards

DISCIPLINE/CLASS ARCHERY
C601A. C601B. C602A. C602B. C603A. C603B. C604A. C604B. C605A. C605B. C606A. C606B. C607A. C608A. C609A.

POINTS
6-4-2 6-4-2 6-4-2 6-4-2 6-4-2 6-4-2 6-4-2 6-4-2 6-4-2 6-4-2 8-6-4 8-6-4 6-4-2 6-4-2 6-4-2 6-4-2 6-4-2 6-4-2 6-4-2 8-6-4 6-4-2 6-4-2 8-6-4 6-4-2 6-4-2 8-6-4 6-4-2 6-4-2 6-4-2 8-6-4 6-4-2 6-4-2 8-6-4 8-6-4 6-4-2 8-6-4 6-4-2 8-6-4

AIR RIFLE
C610. C611. C612. C613. C614. C615. C616. C617.

22 RIFLE
C618. C619A. C619B. C620A. C620B. C621A. C621B.

PISTOL
C622A C622B C622C C623.

SHOTGUN
C624. C625.

MUZZLE LOADING
C626A. C626B.

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ANIMAL HEALTH REQUIREMENTS FOR THE RAY COUNTY FAIR, INC.
The Rules listed below are for Missouri exhibitors; if you need out of state information contact the fair secretary. INTERPRETATIONS, AMENDMENTS AND VIOLATIONS 1. The Ray County Fair, Inc. & the Missouri State Fair management reserves the final and absolute right to interpret these rules and regulations, settle and determine all matters, questions and differences in regard thereto, otherwise arising out of, connected with or incident to the fair. 2. The management reserves the right to amend or add to these rules, with previous notice, as it, in its judgment, may deem advisable. 3. Any person who violates any of the foregoing or special rules will forfeit all privileges and premiums. ANIMAL HEALTH REQUIREMENTS FOR EXHIBITION (The following is a SUMMARY, and not a reprint of 2CSR 302.040 Animal Health Requirements for Exhibition regulations. Contact the Missouri State Veterinarian's Office at 573-7514359 for clarification on the following.) CERTIFICATE OF VETERINARY INSPECTION/General Requirements. A. All animals must have a certificate of veterinary inspection unless specifically exempted. The certificate of veterinary inspection must show required tests, vaccinations, etc., and individual identification and description of animals. Certificate of veterinary inspection are valid for thirty (30) days. Some species require an entry permit; please check under the specific requirements by species for details. B. Animals with ringworm lesions or easily visible warts will not exhibit and will have to be removed from community holding areas and stalls since these are contagious conditions. C. Sales scheduled in association with exhibitions must employ a veterinarian to examine animals and process certificate of veterinary inspection for change of ownership. The following requirements are for animals EXHIBITED in Missouri. Animals sold in addition to being exhibited must meet the entry requirements of Missouri or any other state of destination. EXHIBITION REQUIREMENTS FOR CATTLE IN MO: A. INTRASTATE--cattle in MO moving for MO exhibition only i 1. No certificate of veterinary inspection is required. 2. Brucellosis - no test or vaccination is required. 3. Tuberculosis - no test is required. EXHIBITION REQUIREMENTS FOR SWINE IN MO: A. Intrastate - (swine in MO moving for exhibition only in MO) 1. No certificate of veterinary inspection is required. 2. BRUCELLOSIS: No test is required. 3. PSEUDORABIES: No test is required. EXHIBITION REQUIREMENTS FOR SHEEP A. Intrastate (sheep in MO moving for exhibition only). 1. Sheep must be free of clinical signs of an infectious or contagious disease. 2. All Sheep, including wethers must be accompanied by a Certificate of Vet Inspection or a paper copy of an electronic Certificate of Vet Inspection showing official id eartag, electronic implant or registration tattoo) as defined in Part 79 of the Code of Federal Regulations. If electronic implants are used for id, owner/manager must provide electronic implant reader. 3. No test required. B. Interstate (sheep from another state entering MO for exhibition only)

1. Sheep must be free of clinical signs of an infectious or contagious disease. 2. All sheep including wethers must be accompanied by a Certificate of Vet Inspection or a paper copy of an electronic Certificate of Vet Inspection showing official id (eartag, electronic implant or registration tattoo) as defined in Part 79 of the Code of Federal Regulations. If electronic implants are used for id, owner/manager must provide electronic implant reader. 3. No test required. EXHIBITION REQUIREMENTS FOR GOATS A. Intrastate (goats in Missouri moving for exhibition only) 1. Goats must be free of clinical signs of an infectious or contagious disease. 2) ALL Goats, All goats, including wethers, must be accompanied electronic Certificate of Vet Inspection showing official id (eartag, electronic implant or registration tattoo) as defined in Part 79 of the Code of Federal Regulations. If electronic implants are used for id, owner/manager must provide electronic implant reader. 3. No test required. EXHIBITION REQUIREMENTS FOR EQUINE A. Intrastate (equine in Missouri moving for exhibition only. 1. Equine that are to be exhibited must be free of clinical signs of an infectious or contagious disease. Any equidae showing signs of infectious or contagious diseases at an exhibition may be excused by the official inspecting vet. When an official inspecting vet is present; all equidae will be subject to daily inspection. 2. A certificate of Vet Inspection is not required. 3. All equidae (except nursing foals accompanied by their dams) must be accompanied by a current VS Form 10-11 or any officially recognized state EIA test chart showing graphic description of all markings needed for id, or microchip, or legible tattoo, or unique registered brand. A certified photo copy or certified facsimile of the VS Form 10-11 or any officially recognized state EIA test chart may be accepted for the purpose of exhibition. EXHIBITION REQUIREMENTS OF POULTRY/WATERFOWL A. Intrastate—poultry/waterfowl in MO moving for exhibition only. 1. All Poultry & Waterfowl to be exhibited must be free of clinical signs of contagious or infectious disease. 2. No Certificate of Vet inspection is required. 3. Pullorum-Typhoid test. All Poultry (except waterfowl) exhibited shall be tested negative for Pullorum-Typhoid within ninety (90) days to exhibition, or originate from a flock approved by the National Poultry Improvement Plan (NPIP) or an equivalent program which has been tested within the past 12 months with no change of ownership. This information shall be documented on a VS Form 9-2 (see 2CSR 30-8.020) or similar certificate which shall accompany the poultry to the exhibition and shall be made available on request. EXHIBITION REQUIREMENTS FOR RATITE IN THE STATE OF MISSOURI A. Intrastate (ratites in MO moving for exhibition only). 1. All ratites to be exhibited must be free of clinical signs of any infectious or contagious disease. 2. No Certificate of Vet Inspection is required. 3. Ratities must be officially identified by leg band, wingband or microchip. 4. No test is required. EXHIBITION FOR DOGS & CATS A. Intrastate—dogs & cats in MO moving for exhibition only. 1. A Certificate of Vet Inspection is not required. 2. Dogs & cats four (4) months of age or older must be vaccinated for rabies by one of the methods and within the time period published in the current ―Compendium of Animal Rabies Vaccines” by the National Association of State Public Health Veterinarians, INC.

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3rd ANNUAL RAY COUNTY FAIR
SUPER TEENS CONTEST
FRIDAY JULY 10, 2009 7:00 PM AT THE RAY COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS RICHMOND, MO
PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED.
The contest MUST consist of a team of 4 (2 boys & 2 girls). Team members will perform individual tasks as well as team events. These may consist of, but are not limited to: bale toss for height, bale toss for distance, cow milking contest, egg gathering contest, and an obstacle course. Rules: 1. Must be a member of a 4-H or FFA club/chapter. 2. Ages are 14-19 3. 4-H & FFA Age rules will apply 4. All contestants must have a signed Waiver of Liability from parent or legal guardian. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY INJURIES OR ACCIDENTS. 5. Judges and Officials decisions are final. No protest will be allowed. 6. Ties: the points will be added and split between the teams that are tied. In case of a tie for ―Super Teen‖ the team with the most event wins will be named ―Ray County Super Teen 2009‖. 7. Point Tabulation. Each event will award points as follows: st nd rd th th 1 =15 points, 2 =12 points, 3 =10 points, 4 =7 points, 5 =6 points, th th th th th 6 =5 points, 7 =4 points, 8 =3 points, 9 =2 points, 10 =1 point $10.00 per team if pre-entered by July 1st; OR $15.00 a team if you enter day of contest. If you have any questions contact: Nancy Coleman @ 816-776-6961 or Tracie Twyman @ 816-853-4266

Sponsored by the: Ray County Fair, Inc

SUPER TEEN CONTEST ENTRY FORM
Team Name__________________________________ Circle 1 of these: 4-H or FFA or Combo Names of team members: (Must be 2 boys & 2 girls) Contact Name/ Phone Number ____________________________________________________ 1.__________________________________ 3.__________________________________ 2.______________________________________ 4.______________________________________

Signature of FFA Instructor or 4-H Club Leaders _____________________________

$10.00 per team if pre-entered by July 1st or $15.00/ team if you enter day of contest. Make checks payable to: Ray County Fair, Inc. Mail entries to: Tracie Twyman------35565 W 108TH Street----Orrick, MO 64077

Entries must be postmarked by July 1, 2009 for this event.

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PUBLIC SPEAKING AND DEMONSTRATION ENTRY FORM
June 30, 2009 at 6:30 P.M. ■ Eagleton Civic Center in Richmond Speeches & Demonstration do not have to be directly related to 4-H projects in which you are enrolled. But should reflect member‟s interests, talents, or project work of 4-H. Name: Mailing Address: 4-H Club: Age of 1/1/09_______ Phone Number:

I will be doing a demonstration (ten minutes or less). I will be doing a speech (8-13 year old speeches 3-5 minutes). I will be doing a speech (14-18 year old speeches 5-7 minutes). Title of your speech/demo:

Entries Due: June 15, 2009 Ray County Extension Center  108 W. N. Main  Richmond, Missouri  64085 _______________________________________________________________________

FASHION REVIEW / FASHION SELECTION ENTRY FORM
July 7, 2009 at 5:00 PM ■ Eagleton Civic Center
Name:___________________________________________ Age of 1/1/09_________ Mailing Address: 4-H Club: Phone Number: Please mark the category you are entering: _____Junior Clothes You Make (8-13) _____Knitted (must be enrolled in Knitting) _____Senior Clothes You Make (14-18) _____Crocheted (must be enrolled in Crocheting) _____The Clothes You Buy (8-18)
DESCRIPTION OF GARMENT: COLORS, PATTERN, STYLE AND DETAILS. BE AS SPECIFIC AS YOU CAN.

Write on the back of the entry from Entries Due: June 15, 2009 Ray County Extension Center  108 W. N. Main Street  Richmond, Missouri  64085 _______________________________________________________________________
ENTRY FORM ROCKETRY SHOOT OR 4-H or FFA COUNTRY HAM DUE IN RAY COUNTY EXTENSION OFFICE BY: July 1, 2009
NAME ______________________________________ BIRTH DATE _________________ ADDRESS _______________________________________________________________ 4- H CLUB OR FFA CHAPTER______________________________ PHONE _______________

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Make Check Payable To: Ray County Fair, Inc.

DATE DUE: JULY 1 Mail To:
University Extension Center 108 W. N. Main Richmond MO 64085

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SMALL ANIMAL or SHOOTING SPORTS ENTRY FORM RAY COUNTY FAIR, INC.
Name_____________________________________________________ Birthdate___________________ Address________________________________ City____________________ Zip__________________ 4-H Club/FFA Chapter Name____________________________ 4-H ID Number____________________

CHECK CATEGORY: Dogs ___; Rabbits ___; Poultry ___; Cats ___; Clover Kids Pets ___; Shooting Sports ___ PROJECT CLASS # CLASS DESCRIPTION NUMBER OF ENTRIES

I hereby certify that above entries are for current 4-H or FFA members in the respective county for the current year. Signature of Exhibitor____________________________________________________ Signature of Leader or FFA Teacher_________________________________________

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MAKE CHECK PAYABLE TO: Ray County Fair, Inc.

DATE DUE: JULY 1 Mail To:

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University Extension Center 108 W. N. Main Richmond MO 64085

LIVESTOCK ENTRY FORM RAY COUNTY FAIR, INC.
Name__________________________________________County of Residence______________________ Address__________________________________ City___________________________ Zip__________ 4-H Club Name________________________________________ 4-H ID Number____________________ FFA Chapter Name____________________________________BIRTHDATE________________________

PROJECT

CLASS #

BREED/CLASS DESCRIPTION

ANIMAL BIRTHDATE

I hereby certify that above entries are for current 4-H or FFA members in the respective county-___________________ for the current year. Signature of Exhibitor_____________________________________________ Signature of Leader or FFA Teacher___________________________________

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