47TH ANNUAL THE PUGET SOUND JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SHOW AND SALE IS CONSIDERED A TERMINAL SALE. ALL MARKET LIVESTOCK WILL GO TO SLAUGHTER OR DIRECTLY TO A LICENSED LIVESTOCK FACILITY FOR SLAUGHTER ONLY. ANY ANIMALS NOT GOING TO A SLAUGHTER HOUSE WILL BE PURCHASED AND USED AT THE BUYER’S OWN RISK. Please address any correspondence to the appropriate persons listed below. This will help the Show to run smoothly and reduce confusion. Show / Sale Phone Number (360) 220-9375 Skagit County Fairgrounds 1410 Virginia Street Mount Vernon, WA 98273 (360) 336-9453 Facilities, RV Parking Tim Knue - President 20152 English Rd. Mount Vernon, WA 98274-7560 (360) 202-5297 Todd Rightmire - FFA Superintendent P. O. Box 95 Deming, WA 98244 (360) 961-8556 FFA Record Books, Premium Books Patty Binion - 4-H Superintendent 20222 North High Rock Rd. Monroe, WA 98272 (360) 805-1040 4-H Record Books, Premium Books Alison Mason - Secretary/Treasurer 2602 Brown Rd. Ferndale, WA 98248 (360) 384-4114 Any Finances, Correspondence ALYSSA THOMPSON - STANWOOD Margaret Olson FFA GRAND CHAMPION BOER GOAT 7400 -272nd St. NW Stanwood, WA 98292 Exhibits by (360) 629-1329 All Entries (Both 4-H & FFA) 4-H and FFA Alison Mason, Julie Edmondson, Janelle MacDicken, Margaret Olson, Members Kristen Hinton Office Staff June 4th, 5th & 6th, 2009 Ross Short Computer Skagit County Fairgrounds 1410 Virginia Street PARK AT YOUR OWN RISK! Mount Vernon, WA 98273 W E LCO M E BEST OF LUCK TO ALL EXHIBITORS! A warm welcome is extended to the many FFA and 4-H Club Exhibitors in this livestock show and to all who will attend. DEL FOX CUSTOM MEATS 47th Annual Puget Sound Junior Livestock CUSTOM BUTCHERING ON THE FARM Show and Sale Mount Vernon, Washington CUTTING & WRAPPING June 4th, 5th & 6th, 2009 OFFICERS LOCKER BEEF, PORK & CURED MEATS FOR SALE Tim Knue .................................................... President (360) 202-5297 Kristen Hinton ................................ Vice-President (360) 770-3383 Alison Mason ........................ Secretary/Treasurer (360) 384-4114 Rick Merrill ................................................................................. Attorney SMOKING, CURING & WILD GAME PROCESSING Tom Nygard ................................................................................ Trophies FFA DIVISION SUPERINTENDENTS Todd Rightmire ...................... Superintendent (360) 961-8556 7229 - 300th STREET N.W. • STANWOOD, WA 98292 Kristen Hinton ............... Beef Superintendent (360) 770-3383 Gerrit VanWeerdhuizen .....Swine Superintendent (360) 966-3418 PHONE (360) 629-3723 Stacy Tronsdal ................. Sheep Superintendent (360) 318-2228 Stacy Tronsdal ................... Goat Superintendent (360) 318-2228 Todd Rightmire ....................... Judging Contest Superintendent Mitch Davis ............................................................ FFA Herdsmanship “Quality Construction Since 1982” GRIEVANCE COMMITTEE Wes Eidsness Construction Show President, Species Superintendent, & Superintendent of Division Custom Homes, Remodels, Pole Barns 360-387-9757 HOME 4-H DIVISION SUPERINTENDENTS 180 S. Sunrise Blvd. 425-876-6450 CELL Patty Binion ............................... Superintendent (360) 805-1040 Camano Island, WA 98282 email@example.com Candi Thomas ............... Beef Superintendent (425) 870-5794 Ashley Stoffel .............. Swine Superintendent (360) 652-8176 Licensed & Bonded #WESEIEC960LA Darrell Dockter .......... Sheep Superintendent (425) 334-9130 Darrell Dockter ........... Goat Superintendent (425) 334-9130 Division Superintendents ................................. 4-H Herdsmanship Ned Zaugg, Tom Nygard ....... Judging Contest Superintendents Congratulations 4-H and FFA for a job well done 4-H DIVISION CLERKS Deb Eidsness .......................................................................................Beef Stacy Tronsdal ................................................................................. Sheep Dana Stoffel ....................................................................................... Swine FFA RECORD BOOK COMMITTEE MOUNT VERNON SNOHOMISH Randy Brown ................................................................ Superintendent Greg Knutzen, Tracy Brown 360-424-7995 425-334-4048 EDUCATION EXHIBITS 800-453-9274 800-225-3174 Ned Zaugg ............................................................................................. 4-H Snohomish FFA ................................................................. Decorations Ryan Ovenell ................................................................. Posters 1 2 www.pugetsoundjuniorlivestock.org www.pugetsoundjuniorlivestock.org AUCTIONEERS Glen Allen, Pete DuBruin, Al Eastman, Duane VanWeerdhuizen and Ron O’Brien AIMS & PURPOSES The mission of the Puget Sound Junior Livestock Show, in harmony with the students and communities, is to empower youth to be positive contributors to society and the livestock industry. To accomplish these goals, the PSJLS will specifically develop: • Animal husbandry and food quality assurance through raising market animals using ethical, safe and healthy methods. • Animal selection and grading through a student judging contest. • Financial management and economics through the record book contest and auction. • Leadership skills through recognition with the Jerry Peth MIKE KORTUS - LYNDEN CHRISTIAN Award and the Howard E. Howell Inspirational Award. FFA GRAND CHAMPION STEER • Cooperation, responsibility and environmental cleanliness among groups through the herdsmanship contest. • Public relations skills through educational displays and public demonstrations. JONASSON FARM SUFFOLKS BOARD OF DIRECTORS BOARD MEMBERS 4-H At-Large FFA Quality Suffolk Club Lambs / Wether Sires Patti Binion Darrell Dockter Mitch Davis Kristen Hinton Tony Hansen Margaret Olson Don and Linda Jonasson 360-757-6281 Tim Knue Stacy Tronsdal 17543 Peterson Rd., Burlington, WA 98233 Don Jonasson Tom Nygard Alison Mason Gerrit VanWeerdhuizen Candace Pettersson HONORARY MEMBERS Glen Allen Eilene Kearney ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The Puget Sound Junior Livestock Show is one of eight shows in the State of Washington devoted entirely to youth. The facilities are provided by the Skagit County Fairgrounds, while the activities are supported by funds allocated by the State of Washington. These funds are disseminated to the fairs and shows in our state on a merit rating system administered by the State Fairs Commission. The 2009 allotment for the Puget Sound Junior Livestock Show is $18,000. STATE FAIRS COMMISSION MEMBERS Karen Hay, Patricia Myers, Jerry Grill, Bob Carlson, Jay Wood, Barry Halvorson, Nancy Ruark JERRY PETH MEMORIAL AWARD WINNER 4-H - MARGARET MCDONALD - ENUMCLAW PRESENTED BY - ASHLEY STOFFEL 3 4 www.pugetsoundjuniorlivestock.org www.pugetsoundjuniorlivestock.org PROGRAM (SUBJECT TO CHANGE) THURSDAY Skagit State ESTABLISHED 1958 Bank ® MEMBER FDIC 12 noon - 8 p.m. All entries must arrive 4 p.m. - 6 p.m. Weigh and Photograph Lambs & Goats Our Mission is to provide quality financial services as a 3 p.m. - 8 p.m. Weigh and Photograph Hogs premier independent bank in the Northwest. 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Weigh and Photograph Steers Photograph with Exhibitor in Anacortes • Arlington • Bellingham • Burlington Fitting & Showing Attire Mount Vernon • Sedro-Woolley • Stanwood • Lynden 9 p.m. Poster Deadline 9 p.m. 4-H and FFA Record Books Due All Exhibitors off Fair Grounds 8 a.m. FRIDAY Exhibitor Meeting in Sales Arena SKAGIT COUNTY FAIR All Exhibitors and Leaders are to attend MOUNT VERNON, WASHINGTON Line up for Judging Contest in Sale Arena 8:30 a.m. Judging Contest August 12th - 15th, 2009 11 a.m. Market Grading of FFA Lambs and Goats followed by 4-H Market Livestock Sale Grading immediately followed by Friday, August 14th, 5:30 PM Fitting and Showing FFA Swine Fitting and Showing FFA Beef Fitting and Showing FOUR DAYS OF FUN • 4-DAY PASS DISCOUNTS followed by the 4-H Beef RODEO - FRIDAY/SATURDAY Fitting and Showing immediately followed by Market Grading Champions will be selected at the end of the contest CONGRATULATIONS 12 noon Market Grading of 4-H Hogs Jerry Peth Memorial Award Applications Due We Support Meetings 3 p.m. Market Grading of FFA Hogs First Thursday 4-H Swine Fitting and Showing Contest 4-H and FFA of the Month 5 p.m. Jerry Peth Memorial Award Interviews 6:30 p.m. Awards Dinner by Del Fox Meats Follows SKAGIT COUNTY CATTLEMEN’S ASSOCIATION 8 p.m. Howard E. Howell Nominations Due 10 p.m. All Exhibitors off Fair Grounds 8:45 a.m. SATURDAY Jerry Peth Memorial Award DOUBLE D MEATS Inc. D Ted Larson Record Book Award Largest Selection of Howard E. Howell Inspirational Trophy Hot Sauces & Gourmet Spices 10 a.m. Auction Sale of all Livestock in the Northwest! Since 1955 FFA sells first on even years Wholesale 4-H sells first on odd years Hot Sauces • Salsas and Retail Sale Order: Beef BBQ Sauces • Jams & Jellies Goats T-Shirts • Gift Certificates Specialty & Gift Items 5602 232nd S.W. Sheep Mt Lake Terrace, WA 98043 Swine Voice (425) 778-7363 LESTER PALANIUK & KIM NYGARD Fax (425) 776-7580 5 6 www.pugetsoundjuniorlivestock.org www.pugetsoundjuniorlivestock.org First Aid Available at Show Office in Main Office Area 2008 WINNERS IN MARKET GRADING 4-H DIVISION RULES AND REGULATIONS BEEF GRAND CHAMPION BRITNEY THOMPSON - OTHELLO RESERVE CHAMPION AMY CHRISTIANSON - STANWOOD Rule 1 - Entries and Eligibility SHEEP GRAND CHAMPION ABBY LOHMAN - BOW (a) Entries are open to FFA and bona fide 4-H Club Members RESERVE CHAMPION MCKENNA LOWE - MONROE from the State of Washington regularly enrolled in SWINE GRAND CHAMPION BEN MCDONALD - STANWOOD livestock projects within their respective state authority. RESERVE CHAMPION KADEN CROW - FERNDALE (b) Any 4-H or FFA Member who has finished high school prior to the current school year will be ineligible. FFA DIVISION (c) Entries and Fees must be postmarked by May 1st - late BEEF GRAND CHAMPION MIKE KORTUS - LYNDEN CHRISTIAN entries will be accepted based on space availability, the RESERVE CHAMPION BRITANY FOX - SEDRO WOOLLEY entry fee will DOUBLE and the Exhibitor will forfeit their SHEEP GRAND CHAMPION EMILY JACOBS - MARYSVILLE premiums. RESERVE CHAMPION SYDNEY LOVE - MOUNT VERNON (d) One entry form will be used for each Chapter or Club, per MEAT GOAT GRAND CHAMPION ALYSSA THOMPSON - STANWOOD species. Your entry form must be true and accurate and provide all information requested. Include your zip code. SWINE GRAND CHAMPION GARTH MILLER - FERNDALE RESERVE CHAMPION NATHANIEL LYKINS - FERNDALE (e) Ownership of potential project animals must be by the following date of the current year: Steers - February 1st, Goats - April 15th, Lambs - April 15th, Hogs - April 1st. (f ) Exhibitors can enter only one division in the Puget Sound Junior Livestock Show with a limit of 1 (one) animal. (g) Club and Chapter owned projects must be contracted with the Exhibitor through the Record Book Agreement. (h) A 5 x 7 color picture will be taken of each Exhibitor at the time of weigh-in. SHOW/OFFICIAL DRESS IS REQUIRED and ANIMALS MUST BE CLEAN and SHOW READY! (i) All animals must meet sales weight requirements in order to show. (j) Each Club is encouraged to bring a wheelbarrow to handle manure. Use trash barrels for trash only. Rule 2 In order to receive sale and premium money, the Exhibitor must turn in an approved Record Book for the project animal being shown, participate in Fit and Show, as well as abide by all Show rules. If rules are not followed, the Exhibitor may be asked not to ABBY LOHMAN - BOW return. 4-H GRAND CHAMPION SHEEP Rule 3 A $5.00 entry fee will be charged as well as a regular commission on all livestock entered and sold. Rule 4 All exhibits will be consigned for sale. The underweight and over- weight animals WILL NOT be permitted at the Show or Sale. One weigh-in per Exhibitor. Any animal not making weight must leave the Show grounds immediately upon notification. Rule 5 A Grading/Grievance Committee of the Show President, Species Superintendent and the Division Superintendent will pass on the entries of all classes. It will be the duty of this Committee to examine the entries and see that they are entered in the proper classes. The Committee will also have the authority to withdraw from competition any entry that does not meet specifications or classification requirements of the Show. The Committee will also have the authority to withdraw from the auction sale any animal that, in their opinion, is not carrying sufficient quality of finish. Rule 6 All entries accepted with the understanding that neither the Show management, the Show organization or the Skagit County EMILY JACOBS - MARYSVILLE Fairgrounds nor their Officers shall be held responsible for any FFA GRAND CHAMPION SHEEP 7 8 www.pugetsoundjuniorlivestock.org www.pugetsoundjuniorlivestock.org RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONTINUED) loss that may arise, or damage that may occur to livestock on exhibit during the Show or Sale. Rule 7 Bedding will be furnished by the Show. Exhibitors must bring their own grain, concentrate feeds and hay. Rule 8 Each Exhibitor or Contestant must take care of and exhibit his/her own animal and will be responsible for the humane care, management and cleanliness of their stall area. An Exhibitor may be excused by the management for reasons that are deemed sufficient upon writing a letter or request in advance and having it signed by their leader or agriculture teacher, provided that they supply an alternate to be responsible for the exhibit for his/her period of absence. They must also prepare their entry for use in the Livestock Judging Contest if requested to do so by the BEN MCDONALD - STANWOOD management or forfeit their entry and all rights and privileges 4-H GRAND CHAMPION SWINE of the Show. The Exhibitor must obtain and display a standard information card on their stall. Rule 9 All protests must be made in writing and presented to the Show by 8 p.m. Friday evening. Pettersson Farms Rule 10 Dorsets, Montadales, Lincolns Livestock will be listed in the Sale and sold in order of their Oxfords & Club Lambs respective grade. Only blue and red ribbon animals will sell. Rule 11 WHERE CHAMPIONS ARE BRED! Checks from the sale of livestock will be made available when all animals have been paid for. Premium checks for Clubs and (206) 999-6886 Mona Lisa & Per Pettersson Chapters will be mailed to the Club leaders or Chapter advisors firstname.lastname@example.org 1523 Seattle Hill Rd. when their sponsors have paid for the animals. All checks NEED to www.petterssonfarms.com Bothell, WA 98012 be CASHED within 60 days of the issue date. Rule 12 No housing accommodations will be provided by the Show. Exhibitors must make their own housing arrangements. Contact the Skagit County Fairgrounds regarding trailer parking. Rule 13 The Department Superintendent selecting animals for the 8323 State St., P.O. Box 233, Marysville, WA 98270 Judging Contest may use any animal entered in the Show. Phone: (360) 659-1236 Fax: (360)659-8988 Rule 14 Email: email@example.com There will be a curfew from 10 p.m. Thursday to 5 a.m. Friday and from 10 p.m. Friday to 5 a.m. Saturday at which time all Exhibitors must be out of the animal areas. A watchman with legal authority Branch Stores will be in attendance to enforce this curfew and to see that no one Arlington Phone: (360) 436-3213 molests the animals or causes any disturbance. Everett - Phone: (425) 259-5571 Lake Stevens - Phone: (360) 691-1813 Rule 15 All Exhibitors must have adult supervision. Exhibitors from distant points must arrange to have an on-site adult responsible for supervising him/her during the Show. Exhibitors who show inappropriate behavior lose premium money if the 4H/FFA Superintendent feels it is justified to impose the penalty. Rule 16 The Species Superintendent will have the final authority over Poland China Spots entries in each division. & Rule 17 Crossbred Weaner Pigs All Exhibitors must be dressed in Fit and Show attire for weigh- 4-H - FFA Project Pigs in pictures and both the Show and Sale. DRESS CODE WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED AND ANIMALS MUST BE CLEAN. Dan, Dana & Ashley Stoffel 20610 - 6th Ave. N.W. 652-8176 Arlington, WA 98223 9 10 www.pugetsoundjuniorlivestock.org www.pugetsoundjuniorlivestock.org RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONTINUED) GOOD LUCK 4-H & FFA MEMBERS Rule 18 CONWAY FEED Any animal is subject to a drug test. Positive test results will result ALL YOUR FEED NEEDS - MADE FRESH in a permanent ban from the Show and Exhibitor will forfeit all (360) 445-5211 CONWAY, WA monies associated with the project. Results will be reviewed by the Grievance Committee. Rule 19 Due to an inadequate power supply, no electrical devices are allowed unless you provide your own power source outside the barn area. Rule 20 All animals must stay in livestock area. Beef Rules Steers will be divided in up to 5 equal weight classes after all weighing is completed. Final decision on what class animals will enter will be up to the Superintendent. Classes may be added or deleted at the discretion of the Superintendent. Open to beef steers only; dairy steers and dairy crosses not permitted. The Show Committee has the right to change this rule at any time. Animals must be dehorned, and tied with a halter and neck tie. Steers must weigh at least 1000 pounds. Steers must be halter-broken and led in the show and sale rings. GARTH MILLER - FERNDALE Any animal that cannot be safely handled will be withdrawn from FFA GRAND CHAMPION SWINE the Show by the Exhibitor or the Superintendent if necessary. No nose leads. SHOW HALTER MUST BE USED! All steers must be accompanied by a certificate of permit, handling slip, and tagged upon arrival at Show grounds. Steers CONGRATULATIONS shown shall not be over 30 months of age. (Full clipping of your animal must be done at home. Only touch-up is allowed at the Show). For safety reasons, no sandals or tennis shoes allowed in the show ring. JOHN PETH & SONS, INC. Meat Goat Rules Goats will be divided in up to 5 equal weight classes after all CATTLE & HAY SALES weighing is completed. Classes may be added or deleted at the 13397 D’ARCY RD. discretion of the Superintendent. Meat goats must be at least 50% Boer. No straight-bred dairy, BOW, WA 98232 Angora or Pygmy. (360) 766-5308 Goats must weigh 60 pounds or more. Only wether and doe kids are eligible and they must show all milk (kid) teeth. All wethers must be castrated a minimum of 6 weeks prior to the Show. All goats must be de-horned and no scurs over two WE SUPPORT 4-H and FFA inches permitted. **NOTE: Washington State 4-H members are not allowed to show a goat with horns in market or showmanship CONGRATULATIONS classes, reference EM0758. All meat goats will be tagged upon weigh-in. Goats must be uniformly shorn 3/8 inch or less above the knees and hock joints. (Full clipping of your animal must be done at home. Only touch- up is allowed at the Show). The PSJLS will adhere to the Federal Scrapie Program. SNOHOMISH COUNTY CATTLEMEN’S PARK AT YOUR OWN RISK! ASSOCIATION 11 12 www.pugetsoundjuniorlivestock.org www.pugetsoundjuniorlivestock.org Sheep Rules PREMIUM AWARDS Lambs will be divided in up to 5 equal weight classes after all Blue Choice, yield grade 1-2-3 weighing is completed. Classes may be added at the discretion Red Choice, yield grade 4-5 and Select, yield grade 1-2-3 of the Superintendent. White Select, yield grade 4-5 (will not sell). Lambs must weigh 95 - 150 pounds. Only wether or ewe lambs Points are eligible and they must show all lamb teeth. Blue Red White All lambs must be castrated a minimum of 6 weeks prior to the Steer... ................................................................. 100 75 50 Show. Extreme means of icing and or cold packs will not be Goat ................................................................... 50 40 30 tolerated. Lamb. ................... .............................................. 50 40 30 All lambs will be tagged upon weigh-in. (Full clipping of your animal must be done at home. Only touch-up will be allowed at Hog ....... .............................................................. 50 40 30 the Show). Record Book .................................................. 70 30 5 The PSJLS will adhere to the Federal Scrapie Program rules. Herdsmanship (per animal) ....................... 20 15 10 Swine Rules Educational Display ..................................... 30 20 10 Hogs will be divided in up to 5 equal weight classes after all Educational Booth ....................................... 50 40 30 weighing is completed. Only barrows and gilts are eligible. Steer, Goat, Lamb, Hog F & S 110 75 30 Classes may be added at the discretion of the Superintendent. All hog entries must weigh 220-290 pounds. FITTING AND SHOWING The Grading Committee may disqualify any hog showing signs of Every Exhibitor must Fit and Show or premium monies will be withheld. Exceptions approved by Show Executive Committee pigginess, scars, hernia, arthritis, foul sheath, sores, bruises, or only. blemishes that might damage the carcass. A. Eligibility All hogs will be tagged upon weigh-in. (Full clipping of your 1. In 4-H there will be a Junior, Intermediate, Senior and animal must be done at home. Only touch-up will be allowed at Novice division. the Show). 2. There shall be a Junior, Senior, and Novice division for FFA Contestants. Juniors are those who were Freshmen and Sophomores during the current school year. 3. A Novice is a member that has never shown. 4. Entrance in this contest does not bar Contestants from other contests in which they are eligible. 5. The fitting of the animal is to be the work of the Exhibitor only. B. Requirements 1. Each Contestant must own the animal he/she shows. 2. There shall be four divisions of this contest: (a) Beef (b) Goat (c) Sheep (d) Swine C. Score Card 1. Scoring will be as follows: 35 percent Fitting and 55 percent Showing; 10 percent for fleshing and condition of animal. BRITNEY THOMPSON - OTHELLO 4-H GRAND CHAMPION STEER TRACTOR COMPANY, INC. t Brent Vander Pol General Manager G eral anager g General Manager Ver o Vernon e Mt Vernon tel 360.424.1600 x21 L n Lynden Lynden 888.757.4323 Issaquah h ssaquah Issaquah fax 360.424.6399 Salem alem Salem cell 360.661.5557 web www.brimtractor.com dard Cedardale 2500 Cedardale Rd 2500 Cedard e d email firstname.lastname@example.org Vernon, Mt Vernon, WA 98274 n 98274 Ve on WA 98274 JERRY PETH MEMORIAL AWARD WINNER FFA - MICHELLE WADE - BURLINGTON-EDISON 13 14 www.pugetsoundjuniorlivestock.org www.pugetsoundjuniorlivestock.org RECORD BOOKS All Exhibitors MUST present a completed Record Book in order to show and sell their animal. FFA and 4-H members are required to fill out a Summary Sheet provided by the Show. It will have the same information on it that you use on your Stall Card. Summary Sheet will include the following: PUGET SOUND JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SHOW Suffolk & Scottish Highland Blackface Sheep Name of Owner ______________________________________ Margaret & Craig Stanwood, WA Chapter or Club Name _______________________________ Olson 360/629-2655 Breed of Animal _______________________________ Breeder of Animal _______________________________ Date of Purchase _________________________ Purchase Weight _________________________ Present Weight TOTAL GAIN _________________________ _________________________ PORTAL WAY Number of Days on Feed Pounds Gained per Day _________________________ _________________________ FARM AND GARDEN, Pounds of Grain Fed Pounds of Hay Fed ________________ ________________ LYNDEN FARM & GARDEN Cost of Grain Fed Cost of Hay Fed _________________________ _________________________ & KELLY RIDGE FARM & GARDEN Feed • Seed • Fertilizer • Shrubs Cost of Other Feeds _________________________ TOTAL FEED COSTS _________________________ Fencing Supplies • Animal Health • Hay • Alfalfa Purchase Price of Animal _________________________ FFA AND 4-H DISCOUNTS Misc. Costs: Veterinary, Interest, etc. _____________________ 6100 Portal Way • Ferndale • 384-3688 TOTAL COST _________________________ 309 Walnut • Lynden • 354-5611 366 E. Kelly Rd. • Bellingham • 398-8578 4-H AND FFA RECORD BOOKS (AVAILABLE ON WEBSITE) DUE: 9 P.M. THURSDAY Record Books are required and due at 9 p.m. on Thursday. You must use LOOKING TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF TODAY’S the Puget Sound Jr. Livestock Show Official Record Book (Green cover - 4-H), (Blue cover - FFA). All costs, cash or non-cash, need to be included. Judging AMAZING, LOW MORTGAGE RATES? of the Books will be based on the Judging Sheet in the Book. OUR GOAL IS TO BE A LIFETIME PARTNER IN CREATING YOUR Record Books are available by contacting the FFA or 4-H Superintendent, the Show Secretary/Treasurer or on-line at “FINANCIAL LEGACY” THROUGH REAL ESTATE LENDING. APPROVED FHA & VA LENDER www.pugetsoundjuniorlivestock.org IN HOUSE PROCESSING, UNDERWRITING The purpose of the Record Book is to encourage record keeping, to know AND ESCROW MAKES YOUR TRANSACTION if the project is profitable, to know the gain and the cost of the gain and SMOOTH AND EFFICIENT other information that teaches you to use good records in your manage- MULTIPLE PROGRAMS TO FIT EACH CLIENT ment decisions. Record Books are to contain only information requested PER PETTERSSON and are to be presented in the cover provided by the Show. No extra LOAN OFFICER ~ LIC # 510-LO-47868 P: 425.818.2231 | E: PERP@LEGACYG.COM covers/binders please! WEB: WWW.NWMORTGAGEMINUTE.COM Awards will be given in each division based on the score sheet. FERNDALE FFA BOOSTERS “promoting all FFA activities” See our concession stand at the: 1. Whatcom Youth Fair 2. NW Washington Fair 15 16 www.pugetsoundjuniorlivestock.org www.pugetsoundjuniorlivestock.org EDUCATIONAL EXHIBITS The purpose of the Educational Exhibits is to inform other Exhibitors and the general public about your animals. Entries will NORTHWEST WASHINGTON FAIR be limited to one poster per individual and one educational booth per club. Educational Exhibits must be in by 9 p.m. Thursday. Premiums will be paid on a point basis according to the ribbon received. Points are outlined on page 14. Educational Exhibits will be judged on the following criteria: Lynden, Washington Color, Lettering, Illustration, Layout, August 17th - 22nd, 2009 Originality, Creativity, Educational Value Class 1. Posters A. Limited to one 22” x 28” current year poster per Exhibitor. “99 Reasons To Love The Fair” B. Must be readable from 10 feet away. C. Non-animal entrants will receive ribbons only. The SHOW PLACE of Agriculture D. A tag indicating 4-H/FFA will be placed on the poster and will be available at the Show Office. Class 2. Educational Booths A. Limited to one current year entry per club or chapter. B. Booths will be limited to a maximum size of 6’ x 7’. C. Premiums will be paid to the club or chapter. FFA AND 4-H HERDSMANSHIP CONTEST The purpose of the Herdsmanship Contest is to encourage Exhibitors to care for livestock, pens and equipment properly and keep stalls and animals clean and attractive at all times. Competition will be on a divisional basis. Winners will be announced previous to Sale on Saturday. All Entries will be entered automatically. Judges will examine pens and livestock each day and exhibits must be ready for inspection by 9 a.m. The last Herdsmanship scoring will be done by 8 p.m. or 1 hour after the Show, whichever is later. Score card is as follows: 1. Animals - 40 points A. Arrangement B. Tying and penning (double tied at night for steers) C. Cleanliness and grooming animals D. Bedding E. Regularity of feeding 2. Pens and Stalls - 40 points A. Arrangement of equipment and supplies B. Cleanliness of equipment and supplies C. Cleanliness of stall and pens D. Cleanliness of alleys E. Chapters or Clubs clearly marked 3. Exhibitors - 20 points A. Appearance and attitude B. Skill in handling and working with animals Note: All work is to be done by Exhibitors. Awards in each division for Beef, Meat Goat, Sheep and Swine. 4-H LIVESTOCK JUDGING CONTEST RULES 1. This contest is open to all eligible 4-H members. An eligible Bob and Angela Day member is one carrying a livestock project and is in good standing. 11804 Springhetti Road 2. Judging and scoring will be done on an individual basis. 3. There will be a Junior, Intermediate and Senior division. Snohomish, WA 98296 4. Normally, 5 classes consisting of 4 animals each of market steers, meat goats, hogs and lambs are judged, if available. (360) 568-5077 • Fax: (360) 568-0942 5. Each Contestant shall be prepared to write one set of reasons on a class designated by the Superintendent. www.dayvillesupply.com 6. Suitable awards will be given to Champion and Reserve Champion (Junior, Intermediate and Senior). 17 18 www.pugetsoundjuniorlivestock.org www.pugetsoundjuniorlivestock.org FFA LIVESTOCK JUDGING CONTEST RULES 1. All Contestants must be active FFA members in good standing and regularly enrolled in Agricultural Education. 2. Communication between team members or any person except officials during the contest will disqualify the team of guilty contestants. 3. Contest will consist of judging 5 classes: 1 class of market hogs, 1 class of market lambs, 1 class of market goats, 1 class of market steers, 1 class of grading 5 steers and 1 class of grading 5 hogs. 4. Pennants will be awarded to the five highest scoring teams. 5. Pennants will be awarded to the three highest scoring individuals. 6. This is a 3 member contest. SPECIAL AWARDS STOWE’S Shoes & Clothing JERRY PETH MEMORIAL AWARD SAS - Danner - Red Wing - Dansko - Carhartt Jerry Peth of Bow, Washington was one of the men who organized the Puget Sound Junior Livestock Show and Sale. In his memory, 420 E. Fairhaven • Burlington, WA 98233 a friend and the Show set up the Jerry Peth Memorial Award. This Award is presented to one 4-H Exhibitor and one FFA Exhibitor (360) 755-0570 at each Show, who has been recommended by their leader or instructor for their outstanding leadership, citizenship, and character. Applicants must submit an application, stating qualifications, by 12 noon on Friday of the Show. Applications may not be altered and cannot exceed 2 (two) pages. Applicants must apply in the division in which they are showing, Vermac Farm i.e. you cannot show in FFA and apply in 4-H, etc. Applicants will Thank You 4-H and FFA For Quality be interviewed by the Committee starting at 5 p.m. on Friday. Place of interviews will be posted at the Show Office. Only 2 (two) Lyle and Verna McClure applicants from each chapter or club will be allowed. Selection is made by the Interviewing Committee. 7821 Cabin Creek Rd. TED LARSON RECORD BOOK AWARD Sedro Woolley, WA 98284 A plaque will be presented to the top Record Book winner in each division, 4-H and FFA. This award is sponsored by Kinch Productions. HOWARD E. HOWELL INSPIRATIONAL AWARD (ROTATING) REQUIREMENTS: • Being a role model toward others and reflecting the perseverance of the Honoree. • Written nominations (short paragraph) in to Show Office by 8 p.m. Friday. BEEF WESTERN WASHINGTON ANGUS AWARD Western Washington Angus will award a Champion award to the top black steer sired by a purebred Angus bull. If there are any questions, the decision will rest with a representative of the Western Washington Angus Association. WASHINGTON STATE SIMMENTAL STEER AWARD The Washington State Simmental Association will award a belt buckle to the 4-H and FFA Grand Champion Market Steer if they meet the following requirements: 1. Shall be entered as a Simmental or a crossbred Simmental with a stall card stating sire and dam, date of birth, percentage of Simmental and the name of the breeder. 2. The animal must be at least 1/2 Simmental, sired by a purebred Simmental bull, or a calf from a purebred Simmental cow. The animal’s parentage must be able to be verified by the American Simmental Association. 3. There shall be a minimum of 15 steers in competition (all breeds combined). 19 20 www.pugetsoundjuniorlivestock.org www.pugetsoundjuniorlivestock.org THE SKAGIT COUNTY CATTLEMEN’S ASSOCIATION AWARD The Skagit County Cattlemen’s Association will give $50 to all Skagit County steers, 4-H and FFA. WASHINGTON STATE LIMOUSIN STEER AWARD Dennis Andrews Memorial Steer Award These awards are available to 4-H, FFA and youth division entries at designated shows. Savings bonds of $100 will be awarded to the exhibitor of a Limousin-influenced on-hoof Grand Champion Steer and/or Grand Champion Carcass Steer of 4-H, FFA and youth divisions. The steer must be of 50% or greater Limousin breeding and exhibit Limousin characteris- tics. If an exhibitor wins the grand championship, they must contact a WSLA officer listed below for an information packet. This packet must be completed by the exhibitor and mailed SAND HILL SHEEP & WOOL back by Oct. 15, 2009. Dori Shobert P.O. Box 1220, Port Orchard, WA 98366 (360) 871-5275 Joe Stevens 4771 S. Wenas Road, Selah, WA 98942 (509) 697-4373 Rich Waldemar 191 Garden Dr., Lynden, WA 98264 (360) 354-5598 Dorsets, Romneys, Lincolns & HEREFORD ASSOCIATION AWARD Natural Color The Hereford Association will present an award to the top 4-H and FFA steer. GINTZ FARM SHORTHORN AWARD Greg & Eileen Hordyk Gintz Farm Shorthorns will present a $50 cash award to the 9906 Arlington Heights Rd. best purebred Shorthorn steer and a $25 cash award to the (360) 435-2285 Arlington, WA 98223 best Shorthorn crossbred steer. DOUBLE O RANCH MAINE-ANJOU AWARD The Double O Ranch will award $25 to all Maine-Anjou sired steers. Must be 75% or more Maine-Anjou. THE SNOHOMISH COUNTY CATTLEMEN’S ASSOCIATION AWARD The Snohomish County Cattlemen’s Association will give a cash award to all Snohomish County steers in 4-H and FFA divisions. RED ANGUS AWARD TMG Enterprises will present $25 to any Red Angus or Red Angus influenced (must be minimum 50%) Division Winner and $100 to any Red Angus or Red Angus influenced Grand Champion. SHEEP WASHINGTON STATE SHEEP PRODUCERS AWARD The Washington State Sheep Producers have donated an award for the Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion 4-H and FFA lambs. HOWARD E. HOWELL INSPIRATIONAL AWARD RECIPIENT FFA - ALEXA FLEM - STANWOOD TROPHIES PRESENTED BY - ASHLEY STOFFEL Trophies will be awarded to both FFA and 4-H in the following categories: THE WEST’S LARGEST INDEPENDENT TIRE DEALER 1. WEIGHT CLASS CHAMPIONS and Grand and Reserve Oregon-Washington-Idaho-Montana-California Grand Champion in each livestock division Nevada-Utah-Alaska 2. FITTING AND SHOWING Top Showman in each age division 3. RECORD BOOK Top Novice, Junior and Senior FFA Record Book Top Junior, Intermediate and Senior 4-H Record Book Pat Rimmer Tire Center 4. LIVESTOCK JUDGING CONTEST Supermarket Selection • Sudden Service 24-Hour Farm & Fleet Service FFA - Pennants awarded to the 5 highest scoring teams Alignment • Tires • Brakes • Batteries • Wheels • Shocks Pennants awarded to the 3 highest scoring (360) 757-0038 • Fax: (360) 757-1061 individuals P.O. Box 394 4-H - Awards will be given to Champion and Reserve 903 S. Burlington Blvd. Champion (Junior, Intermediate and Senior) Burlington, WA 98233 21 22 www.pugetsoundjuniorlivestock.org www.pugetsoundjuniorlivestock.org TED LARSON RECORD BOOK AWARD OVERALL 4-H - ANDREW TOTH - ANACORTES PRESENTED BY - MARGARET OLSON Cargill Ferndale Grain Serving the Industry Since 1936 (360) 384-1101 “The Best Li’l Fair In The West” July 31 st - August 2 nd , 2009 WILLOW & JIM’S COUNTRY CAFE Homemade pies & old fashioned shakes Downtown Silvana Willow & Jim Payne • 652-0372 4-H SHEEP DEPARTMENT RECEIVES WASHINGTON STATE FAIR COMMISSION’S HIGHEST HONOR - THE “BLACK & WHITE” RIBBON PARK AT YOUR OWN RISK! 23 24 www.pugetsoundjuniorlivestock.org www.pugetsoundjuniorlivestock.org PUGET SOUND JUNIOR LIVESTOCK KENNEDY BROTHERS 23310 - 49th AVE. S.E . SHOW SUPPORTERS - 2008 Bothell, WA 98021 Reg. Polled Dorset Sheep THANK YOU VERY MUCH (425) 481-9044 AARON & TRISHA LOGUE DEL’S FARM SUPPLY - AIRPORT WELDING & MOUNT VERNON MUFFLER, INC. DEL’S FARM SUPPLY - MONROE ANDAL MEATS DEL’S FARM SUPPLY - AUBURN ANDGAR INC. DEMING SPEEDWAY APEX TOWING DENNIS MONTOYA ARLENE COPPS DIANA LAWRENCE SNOHOMISH CO-OP INC. ARLINGTON FFA BOOSTERS ASSOCIATES IN FAMILY MEDICINE DIANES HAIR & NAILS DIMROCK CONSTRUCTION LLC Farm Supply BAKER BEAR GROCERY DOUBLE D MEATS BARRON FAMILY DR. GRUBB 2nd & Lincoln • Snohomish, WA • (360) 568-2104 BART’S LOCKER MEATS DYNAMIC DIESEL & AUTO Sponsors of the Land O’Lakes BEEFCO REPAIR INC. “Champion of Champions” BEN MacDICKEN EARL QUINN LOGGING Award for 4-H and FFA Livestock BERENDSEN FARMS EAST VALLEY SAND & GRAVEL BIG TREE’S - SNOHOMISH ECO LOGGING BILL GETCHELL EDALEEN DAIRY BILL McMORAN EIDSNESS CONSTRUCTION BO MASON EL PARAISO MEXICAN GRILL BP CHERRY POINT ELAINE SGALITZER BRIAN WILLIAMS ELDRED BROS. FARMS, LLC BRIANA PALMBLAD ELENBAAS FEED BRIM TRACTOR EVERSON AUCTION CAIRUS CONSTRUCTION EXCEL DAIRY SERVICES CARLA STORY FARMER’S EQUIPMENT CARLSON STEEL FERNDALE FFA BOOSTERS CAROL LANDT FERNDALE GRAIN - CARGILL CAROL WICKWIRE ANIMAL NUTRITION CASCADE CYCLE FERNDALE READY MIX CASCADE LUMBER FERNDALE REDI-MIX CASCADE MACHINE FERROTEK CORPORATION CENTRAL BODY WORKS, INC. FRED NEHSER - TMG Enterprises CLIFF LARSON WOODINVILLE PHARMACY CORNER STONE AUTO FUNDERBURKE AUTO BODY R e d A n g u s B u l l s, H e i fe r s a n d S t e e r s COUNTRY KIDS LEARNING GARY HOUGAN B r e d fo r Q u a l i t y, D i s p o s i t i o n a n d Lo w M a i n t e n a n c e R e q u i r e m e n t s CURTIS WADE DDS GEORGE ETMIRE CUSTER COUNTRY STORE GLEN ALLEN M a r y, K a l y n n , To r i a , S h a n a & Tay l o r M o r c o m DAN SMALL GOLDEN HARVEST, INC. A r l i n g t o n , WA 9 8 2 2 3 DAVE SMITH REPAIR GREAT WESTERN LUMBER Ce l l : 4 2 5 - 2 3 2 - 8 6 3 8 DAYVILLE HAY & GRAIN GREG SMIT DAIRY email@example.com DEL FOX MEATS GREG STUVA 25 26 www.pugetsoundjuniorlivestock.org www.pugetsoundjuniorlivestock.org SHOW SUPPORTERS - 2008 ( CONTINUED) SHOW SUPPORTERS - 2008 ( CONTINUED) HCI STEEL MICHAEL EUBANKS, DMD RD MASONRY SUMNER FFA BUYER’S HELEN CASEY MICHAEL KELLY RHONDA TULL COMMITTEE HOLDEN ANGUS RANCH MIKE DONNELLY & LINDA RICARDO RODREGUIZ SUZANN CHRISTIE HOWARD S. WRIGHT MARTINY RICHARD & LAURY VOLWILER SYLVIA HAMMER CONSTRUCTION MIKE ILES RICHARD TODD DDS TAYLOR EXCAVATING - HARRY IXTAPA- DUVALL MISTY MEADOWS FARM RICK SCHMITT TAYLOR JAN WEEKS MONROE AUTO BODY INC. ROB GRAHAM TED OVENELL, SR. JEFF & KATHLEEN BECKEL MONROE PARTS HOUSE ROD NAU - OLYMPIC BOATS THOMAS & ASSOCIATES - JEFF GULLIDGE MOTOR TRUCKS, INC. 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STONEY CREEK OUTFITTERS, LLC WHATCOM FARMERS CO-OP LISA STRACHILA PEOPLES BANK STRACHILA FARM, INC. WILLIAMS & NULLE PLLC - LTI INC. PETE’S AUTO REPAIR STREMLER GRAVEL WARREN WALY MAPLE STREET MARKET PHILIP EVANS STUART & SUSAN HAMILTON WILLIAMS BLUEBERRY FARM MARTIN’S FEED PHILLIP & TINA OINESS WOLFKILL FEED & FERTILIZER MARVIN ANDERSON PILCHUCK VET HOSPITAL MARYSVILLE CO-OP PORTAL WAY FARM & GARDEN McDANIEL’S DO-IT CENTER QUILCEDA VET REMEMBER TO THANK YOUR SPONSORS! MEENDERINK LLC R & L WOOD MELISSA MENTI RAIL WORKS MESMAN FARM RAIRDON’S OF MONROE 27 28 www.pugetsoundjuniorlivestock.org www.pugetsoundjuniorlivestock.org PUGET SOUND JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SHOW TO: Supporters of 4-H and FFA Exhibitors at the Annual Puget Sound Junior Livestock Show and Sale 3rd St If you want to support an Exhibitor and not take advantage of a good grain fed animal, you may support by buying an animal and turning it to a Packer at Market Price. Example Goat @ 70# for $1.10 per lb. Total Price $ 77.00 Turned price to Packer @.65 cents, etc. less 45.50 SKAGIT COUNTY You Pay $ 31.50 FAIRGROUNDS Hog @ 200# for .80 cents per lb. Total price $ 160.00 Turned price to Packer @.60 cents, etc. less 120.00 You Pay $ 40.00 Taylor St 2n Blackburn Rd dS Lamb @ 100# for $1.10 per lb. $ 110.00 t Turned price to Packer @ .65 cents, etc. less 65.00 You Pay $ 45.00 Steer @ 1100# for .75 cents per lb. $ 825.00 Turned price to Packer @ .60 cents, etc. less 660.00 Getting to Old Highway 99 S You Pay $ 165.00 (These are sample prices and how it would work) the On the day of Sale please fill out Buyers yellow card which will be PUGET furnished day of Sale. If you are going to butcher and take advantage of grain fed meat, please state who will slaughter and SOUND who will cut and wrap on this card. If animal will be turned or just supported please state on card also. JUNIOR If you are out seeking support it is advised to collect from business or individual at time of commitment, then supporter will LIVESTOCK Anderson Rd know just what they are spending. Your support in the past is what makes this Show operate in the SHOW fine manner that it has. We Thank You For Your Continued Support! Primary Route Directions To The (EXAMPLE OF BUYERS CARD) SKAGIT COUNTY Puget Sound Junior Livestock Show Buyers Card FA I R G R O U N D S Beef Goat Sheep Swine Take the ANDERSON RD. exit - EXIT 225 Head WEST onto ANDERSON RD. Sale Number Tag Number Turn RIGHT (North) onto OLD HIGHWAY 99 SOUTH RD. OLD HIGHWAY 99 SOUTH RD. becomes S 2ND ST. Exhibitor Name _______________________________________ Turn LEFT (West) onto TAYLOR ST. Take Out Turn Local Hotel Accommodations Exhibitor Name _______________________________________ Best Western College Way Inn To Be Paid For By ______________________________________ 300 W. College Way ____________________________________________________ Mount Vernon, WA 98273 ~ (360) 424-4287 ____________________________________________________ Best Western Cottontree Inn ____________________________________________________ 2300 Market Street Buying Agent ________________________________________ Mount Vernon, WA 98273 ~ (360) 428-5678 ____________________________________________________ Hampton Inn & Suites ____________________________________________________ 1860 S Burlington Blvd Puget Sound Junior Livestock Show, Inc. has adopted a policy Burlington, WA 98233 ~ (360) 757-7100 for the protection of the 4-H and FFA Exhibitors. Settlement must be made at the Office of Puget Sound Junior Livestock Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Show before removal of animals purchased. Buyers of known 1003 Goldenrod Rd. credit responsibility will be allowed to send checks to arrive at Burlington, WA (360) 755-7338 Auction Office within 3 (three) business days.