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					                                                     DEPARTMENT R
                                              4-H BUILDING & DOG EXHIBITS
                            Superintendent Darcy Tessman, Cochise County 4-H Youth Development Agent



General rules: Any regularly enrolled 4-H or FFA member who         6)   Tie Breaker - Other exhibit ribbons will be totaled using
has satisfactorily completed his/her projects for the 2009 club          two points for red ribbons and one point for white ribbons
year may participate in the exhibits and contests pertaining to          until a clear winner can be established.
his/her projects. Articles to be exhibited must be made, raised
or collected during the current club year. Exhibits entered in      SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
the 4-H & FFA Department may not be entered in any other
Fair department. Leaders/ advisors will be asked to certify         Saturday, September 12
completion of projects. See Rule Book, page 7, for complete         9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.  Fair Workday
information.                                                                               Photographs are due by 12 noon at
                                                                                           the 4-H Building.
Go to http://cochisefair.org/4hffa.html for further
information and to link to online entries.                          Wednesday, September 23
                                                       th
                                                                    2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Receive exhibits in the 4-H building;
MEMBERS MUST ENTER ONLINE BY AUGUST 15 .                                                   interview judging in selected areas.
Contact the Cochise County Extension Office (520) 458-8278,
ext. 2141 for information on BUILDING exhibit areas.                Thursday, September 24
                                                                    8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.   Judging of all 4-H Building exhibits;
ENTRY TAGS: The Extension Office will print all entry tags.                                interview judging in selected areas.
They will be provided at the time entries are received in the
4-H building and must be securely fastened to each exhibit.         Sunday, September 27
Photography judging will occur prior to the Fair. Entry tags for    4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.       Exhibits released.
photography need to be attached on bottom right or left to
show exhibitors name, club, etc. when displayed.
                                                                    AWARD ABBREVIATIONS
Building exhibits are limited to a total of 50 entries per          BK Buckle
exhibitor. No exhibits will be released before 4:00 p.m. on         IRP Item Related to Project
Sunday, September 27. The Danish Grouping System will be            R Rosette
used in judging 4-H Club exhibits. CHAMPION AND
RESERVE CHAMPION MAY BE AWARDED TO AN
OUTSTANDING EXHIBIT IN EACH DIVISION AT THE
JUDGE'S DISCRETION. No premium monies will be awarded.
                                                                                         CLOVERKIDS
                                                                    4-H'ers who are enrolled in the CloverKids 4-H Program (5-8
                                                                    year olds), may exhibit three items they have made or
Group exhibits will be accepted for any division. Each member
                                                                    collected during the past 4-H year. Judging will be on a
in the group will receive a ribbon. A Champion and Reserve
                                                                    participatory level, with CloverKids Ribbons awarded to all
Champion Group Exhibit may be awarded at the judge's
                                                                    participants. These entries are not eligible for Danish Ribbons
discretion.
                                                                    or Grand/Reserve Champion classification.
Members who are involved in 4-H School Enrichment or
                                                                    DIVISION NO. 400 - CloverKids 4-H
Outreach 4-H Projects may enter up to two items per division.
These members are not eligible for the Champion Building
                                                                    Class No.
Exhibitor Awards.
                                                                    01 CloverKids 4-H (participation ribbons)
Champion Building Exhibitors - A Junior & Senior Champion
and Reserve Champion Building Exhibitor may be awarded.
Champions will receive a buckle, Reserve will receive a                                 APPLIED ARTS
rosette.                                                            4-H'ers may exhibit three items per Class. Exhibits, however,
1) Member must submit an entry form indicating Champion             must not include two items that are the same. Members must
    Exhibitor Eligibility by August 15.                             state their age, number of years in the project or unit, and if
2) Member must submit entries completed within the year in          item was a kit. All entries must include a 3x5 card with a
    at least 3 different project areas.                             description of the building process and flight results.
3) Member must receive at least 3 blues on these entries and
    one Grand or Reserve Champion.                                  DIVISION NO. 401-J Junior - APPLIED ARTS
4) Project records must be available on request. Incomplete              Champion Junior Applied Arts (R, IRP)
    records will result in disqualification for Champion Building        Reserve Junior Applied Arts (R)
    Exhibitor.                                                      DIVISION NO. 401-S Senior- APPLIED ARTS
5) A point system will be used to determine champion and                 Champion Senior Applied Arts (R, IRP)
    reserve champion exhibitors. Five points will be awarded             Reserve Senior Applied Arts (R)
    for each division Grand Champion; four points will be
    given for each Reserve Champion per division, and three         AEROSPACE
    points for each blue ribbon.                                    Class No.
                                                                    01 Plastic Models
                                                                    02 Non-Powered Flying Models
03   Powered Flying Models                                                        RECYCLED CRAFTS
04   Rockets                                                       4-H'ers may exhibit three articles in each class. Members
     a. Pre-built or very little assembly required
                                                                   must state their age and number of years in the project.
     b. Kits
     c. Scratch built                                              DIVISION NO. 404-J Junior - RECYCLED CRAFTS
05   Kites
                                                                        Champion Junior Recycled Crafts (R, IRP)
06   Launch pad
                                                                        Reserve Junior Recycled Crafts (R)
07   Launch controls                                               DIVISION NO. 404-S Senior- RECYCLED CRAFTS
08   Any Other Not Listed - describe
                                                                        Champion Senior Recycled Crafts (R, IRP)
                                                                        Reserve Senior Recycled Crafts (R)

            MECHANICAL SCIENCES                                    Class No.
4-H'ers may exhibit five items in each class. Members must         01 Woodcraft
state their age, number of years in the project, and if item was   02 Wreaths
a kit.                                                             03 Stained Glass
                                                                   04 Felt Items
DIVISION NO. 402-J Junior - MECHANICAL SCIENCES                    05 Baskets
     Champion Junior Mechanical Sciences (R, IRP)                  06 Paper crafts
     Reserve Junior Mechanical Sciences (R)                        07 Jewelry
DIVISION NO. 402-S Senior- MECHANICAL SCIENCES                     08 Holiday
     Champion Senior Mechanical Sciences (R, IRP)                  09 Plastic
     Reserve Senior Mechanical Sciences (R)                        10 Yard Art
                                                                   11 Metal Art
Class No.                                                          12 Tin Art
01 Electricity                                                     13 Lamp
02 Welding                                                         14 Wire
03 Woodworking                                                     15 Fabric
04 Small Engines                                                   16 Any Other Not Listed - describe
05 Any Other Not Listed – describe

                                                                             CERAMICS AND POTTERY
                         CRAFTS                                    4-H'ers may exhibit three articles in each class. Members
4-H'ers may exhibit three articles in each class. Members          must state their age and number of years in the project.
must state their age and number of years in the project and if
the item was a kit.                                                DIVISION NO. 405-J Junior - CERAMICS AND POTTERY
                                                                        Champion Junior Ceramics & Pottery (R, IRP)
DIVISION NO. 403-J Junior - CRAFTS                                      Reserve Junior Ceramics & Pottery (R)
     Champion Junior Crafts (R, IRP)                               DIVISION NO. 405-S Senior- CERAMICS AND POTTERY
     Reserve Junior Crafts (R)                                          Champion Senior Ceramics & Pottery (R, IRP)
DIVISION NO. 403-S Senior- CRAFTS                                       Reserve Senior Ceramics & Pottery (R)
     Champion Senior Crafts (R, IRP)
     Reserve Senior Crafts (R)                                     Class No.
                                                                   01 Ceramics - molded & dried slip purchased by member
Class No.                                                          02 Under glazes
01 Jewelry                                                         03 Stains
02 Sand Art                                                        04 Antiquing
03 Tole Painting                                                   05 Glaze
04 Wreaths                                                         06 Chalk
05 Frames                                                          07 Metallic Rubbings
06 Albums                                                          08 Dry brushing
07 Holiday items                                                   09 Pearls
08 Foam Art                                                        10 Gold Finishing
09 Wood Art                                                        11 Use of decals
10 Wood Crafts                                                     12 Specialty Products
11 Wood Burning                                                    13 Plaster Craft
12 Glass Art                                                       14 Pottery
13 Glass Etching                                                   15 Combination of any 2 or more of the above class
14 Stained Glass                                                        descriptions
15 Mosaics                                                         16 Any Other Not Listed - describe
16 Soaps
17 Tin Punching                                                                           FINE ART
18 Candles                                                         4-H'ers may exhibit three articles in each class. Members
19 Beaded Projects
                                                                   must state their age and number of years in the project.
20 Metal Etching
21 Felt Art                                                        DIVISION NO. 406-J Junior – FINE ART
22 Any Other Not Listed - describe
                                                                        Champion Junior Fine Art (R, IRP)
                                                                        Reserve Junior Fine Art (R)
DIVISION NO. 406-S Senior- FINE ART                                 32    Lace
     Champion Senior Fine Art (R, IRP)                              33    Tatting
     Reserve Senior Fine Art (R)                                    34    Any Other Not Listed - describe

Class No.
01 Oil Painting                                                          PAPER, FIBER, & LEATHER CRAFTS
02 Watercolor                                                       4-H'ers may exhibit three articles in each class. Members
03 Pencil Sketch
                                                                    must state their age, number of years in the project, and if item
04 Charcoal
                                                                    was a kit or pre-stamped.
05 Pen and Ink
06 Pastels                                                          DIVISION NO. 408-J Junior - PAPER, FIBER, & LEATHER
07 Collage (found items)                                              CRAFTS
08 Mixed Media
                                                                         Champion Junior Paper, Fiber & Leather Crafts (R, IRP)
09 Acrylic
                                                                         Reserve Junior Paper, Fiber & Leather Crafts (R)
10 Any Other Not Listed - describe                                  DIVISION NO. 408-S Senior- PAPER, FIBER, & LEATHER
                                                                      CRAFTS
                                                                         Champion Senior Paper, Fiber & Leather Crafts (R, IRP)
                   NEEDLE CRAFT                                          Reserve Senior Paper, Fiber & Leather Crafts (R)
4-H'ers may exhibit three articles in each class. Members
must state their age, number of years in the project, and if item   PAPER CRAFTS
was a kit or pre-stamped.                                           Class No.
                                                                    01 Stamping
DIVISION NO. 407-J Junior – NEEDLE CRAFT                            02 Albums/Scrapbook
     Champion Junior Needle Craft (R, IRP)                          03 Frames
     Reserve Junior Needle Craft (R)                                04 Holiday Items
DIVISION NO. 407-S Senior- NEEDLE CRAFT                             05 Calendar
     Champion Senior Needle Craft (R, IRP)                          06 Pinata
     Reserve Senior Needle Craft (R)                                07 Paper Flower Arrangements
                                                                    08 Calligraphy
KNITTING                                                            09 Origami
Class No.                                                           10 Mobiles
01 Hat                                                              11 Paper Mache
02 Scarf                                                            12 Paper Jewelry
03 Afghan                                                           13 Decoupage
04 Baby Afghan                                                      14 Paper molds
05 Mittens                                                          15 Any other Not Listed - describe
06 Slippers
07 Head Band                                                        FIBER CRAFTS AND BRAIDING
08 Socks                                                            Class No.
09 Doll Wearable’s                                                  16 Macrame
10 Bag                                                              17 Weaving
11 Sweater                                                          18 Finger weaving
12 Any Other Not Listed - describe                                  19 Any Woven Article (Inkle Loom, Off Loom Weaving, Coil
                                                                         Technique, Turning Technique)
CROCHETING                                                          20 God's Eye
Class No.                                                           21 Key Chain
13 Hat                                                              22 Braiding - 2 & 3 strand - describe
14 Scarf                                                            23 Braiding - 4 - 8 strand - describe
15 Afghan                                                           24 Any Other Not Listed - give description
16 Baby Afghan
17 Mittens                                                          LEATHER CRAFT & BRAIDING
18 Slippers                                                         Class No.
19 Head Band                                                        25 Belts: Hand Tooled and/or Carved, Includes Filigree
20 Socks                                                                 Work
21 Doll Wearable’s                                                  26 Billfolds: Hand Tooled and/or Carved, Complete With
22 Bag                                                                   Lacing
23 Sweater                                                          27 Coin Purses, Key Cases, Etc.
24 Any Other Not Listed - describe                                  28 Camera Cases, Etc. (articles where leather has been
                                                                         formed)
STITCHERY                                                           29 Halters and Bridles, Breast Collars, Etc.
Class No.                                                           30 Leather Covered Articles (boxes, cases, bases, etc.)
25 Crewel Embroidery                                                31 Braided Articles - describe
26 Embroidery Article (hand)                                        32 Laced Articles - describe
27 Embroidery Article (machine)                                     33 Purses, Brief Cases, Saddle Bags, Gun Scabbards
28 Needlepoint                                                      34 Soft Leather Item, Clothes, Purses, Etc.
29 Cross Stitch                                                     35 Any Other Not Listed – describe
30 Needlework on Plastic Canvas
31 Ribbon
                        CLOTHING                                    DIVISION NO. 410-S Senior- QUILTING
                                                                         Champion Senior Quilting (R, IRP)
Members enrolled in the 4-H Clothing Project may exhibit
three articles per class. 4-H'ers are encouraged to exhibit              Reserve Senior Quilting (R)
articles that use skills learned in the project. All garments are
                                                                    Class No.
to be on clothes hangers. Members must state their age and
                                                                    01 Quillow
number of years in the project.
                                                                    02 Apron
DIVISION NO. 409-J Junior – CLOTHING                                03 Placemats
                                                                    04 Baby Quilt
     Champion Junior Clothing (R, IRP)
                                                                    05 Lap Quilt
     Reserve Junior Clothing (R)
DIVISION NO. 409-S Senior- CLOTHING                                 06 Bed-size Quilt
                                                                    07 Comforter
     Champion Senior Clothing (R, IRP)
                                                                    08 Pot Holders
     Reserve Senior Clothing (R)
                                                                    09 Table Runner
Class No.                                                           10 Table Cloth
                                                                    11 Pillow - Pieced
01 Blouse or Shirt
                                                                    12 Pillow - Appliqué
02 Skirt, Shorts, Skort
                                                                    13 Wall Hanging
03 Pants
                                                                    14 Curtains
04 Dress
                                                                    15 Wearable Item
05 Jacket/Coat
                                                                    16 Any Other Not Listed – describe
06 Pajamas
07 Vest
08 Blanket
09 Apron                                                                        EDUCATIONAL EXHIBITS
10 Bag                                                              This division was created for projects that are not necessarily
11 Pillow                                                           suited to the traditional 4-H exhibit and to provide 4-H'ers in all
12 Pillowcases                                                      projects the opportunity to design an educational exhibit. The
13 Dust Ruffle                                                      4-H'er may be creative, but the focus must be on educating the
14 Pillow Sham                                                      public about an idea through explaining an idea or process,
15 Curtains                                                         identifying items and explaining their use, etc. Demonstration
16 Tablecloth                                                       posters are not acceptable unless part of an educational
17 Napkins                                                          exhibit.
18 Doll Clothing
19 Any Other Not Listed - describe                                  Members may submit a total of two posters in this category,
                                                                    in any combination. Members must state their age and number
ANIMAL CLOTHES                                                      of years in the project.
Class No.
20 Leg Wraps                                                        DIVISION NO. 411-J Junior – EDUCATIONAL EXHIBITS
21 Leg Bandages                                                          Champion Junior Educational Exhibit (R, IRP)
22 Tail Bag/Wrap                                                         Reserve Junior Educational Exhibit (R)
23 Fly Mask                                                         DIVISION NO. 411-S Senior- EDUCATIONAL EXHIBITS
24 Blanket                                                               Champion Senior Educational Exhibit (R, IRP)
25 Exhibitor Show Clothing                                               Reserve Senior Educational Exhibit (R)
26 Saddle Pad
27 Shipping Boots                                                   Class No.
28 Hay Bag                                                          01 Animals
29 Grooming Bag                                                     02 Applied Arts
30 Any Other Not Listed - describe                                  03 Fine Art
                                                                    04 Expressive Arts
SEWING WITH SPECIALTY FABRICS                                       05 Leadership/Citizenship
Class No.                                                           06 Clothing
31 Wool                                                             07 Clowning
32 Silk                                                             08 Home Living
33 Lycra                                                            09 Individual and Family Resources
34 Corduroy                                                         10 Natural Resources
35 Velvet                                                           11 Mechanical Sciences
36 Fleece                                                           12 Plant Sciences
37 Any Other Not Listed – describe                                  13 Sitter
                                                                    14 Science and Technology
                         QUILTING                                   15 Power Point
                                                                    16 CD Rom
Items may be pieced, appliqué, foundation or paper pieced.
                                                                    17 Video Tape
Quilting may be hand or machine done or tied. In some
                                                                    18 3-D Model
exhibits, no-sew appliqué techniques are appropriate.
                                                                    19 Group Entry
DIVISION NO. 410-J Junior – QUILTING                                20 Any Other Not Listed - describe
     Champion Junior Quilting (R, IRP)
     Reserve Junior Quilting (R)
                     ENTOMOLOGY                                      Meat and Vegetable Combinations. Foods requiring
                                                                     refrigeration will not be accepted. All exhibits must be on
Members may exhibit 2 items per class. Exhibits in this
                                                                     rigid cardboard or strong paper plates (candy, cookies,
division will be judged on correctness of identification, labeling
                                                                     muffins or brownies - 5 per plate) and covered with a
and mounting according to 4-H manuals. Members must state
                                                                     ziploc bag. DO NOT PUT BREAD INTO ZIPLOC TYPE
their age and number of years in project.
                                                                     BAGS, place the entire, uncut loaf on a paper plate and cover
DIVISION NO. 412-J Junior – ENTOMOLOGY                               it in plastic wrap. These classes are open to any member
                                                                     currently enrolled in any of the 4-H food projects.
     Champion Junior Entomology (R, IRP)
     Reserve Junior Entomology (R)
                                                                     DIVISION NO. 413-J Junior – FOOD PERPARATION
DIVISION NO. 412-S Senior- ENTOMOLOGY
                                                                          Champion Junior Food Preparation (R, IRP)
     Champion Senior Entomology (R, IRP)
                                                                          Reserve Junior Food Preparation (R)
     Reserve Senior Entomology (R)
                                                                     DIVISION NO. 413-S Senior- FOOD PREPARATION
Class No.                                                                 Champion Senior Food Preparation (R, IRP)
                                                                          Reserve Senior Food Preparation (R)
01 Booklets by First Year Members Containing Pictures or
     Drawings of 20 or More Insects Identified With Common
                                                                     CAKES FROM SCRATCH
     Or Scientific Names
                                                                     Class No.
02 Collections by First Year Members: Best 20 or More
                                                                     01 Chocolate
     Different Insects, Collected During Current Club Year
                                                                     02 Carrot Cake
03 Booklets by Second Year Members Containing Pictures
                                                                     03 Angel Food
     or Drawings of More Insects Identified With Common and
                                                                     04 Chiffon
     Scientific Names
                                                                     05 Apple Cake
04 Collections by Second Year Members: Best 50 or More
                                                                     06 Pound Cake
     Different Insects, at Least 30 of Which Were Collected
                                                                     07 Fruit Cake
     During Current Club Year
                                                                     08 Coffeecake
05 Collections by Third Year Members: Best 75 or More
                                                                     09 Jelly Roll
     Different Insects, at Least 25 of Which Were Collected
                                                                     10 Any Other Not Listed - describe
     During Current Club Year
06 Advanced Collections: Best 100 or More Different
                                                                     PASTRY
     Insects At Least 25 of Which Were Collected During
                                                                     Class No.
     Current Club Year
                                                                     11 Pie Crust
07 Habitat Collections By Advanced Members: Illustrates
                                                                     12 Fruit Pie
     The Diversity Of Insects in a Particular Place or Crop. All
                                                                     13 Pecan Pie
     Insects in The Habitat Should be Represented.
                                                                     14 Tart
08 An Exhibit of the Life History of Five Insects to Include a
                                                                     15 Strudel
     Beetle, A Butterfly or Moth, A Grasshopper, or
                                                                     16 Cream Puff
     Cockroach, A Leafhopper, and Any Other Insects
                                                                     17 Danish
     Desired
                                                                     18 Turnovers
09 Special Interest Specimens, a Single Unusual Specimen
                                                                     19 Any Other Not Listed - describe
     Well-Displayed and Labeled and Collected During
     Current Club Year
                                                                     FOODS WITH AN INTERNATIONAL FLAVOR
10 Any Other Not Listed - describe
                                                                     Class No.
                                                                     20 Empanadas
                                                                     21 Indian Fry Bread
               FOOD PREPARATION                                      22 Pita Bread
Members enrolled in the 4-H Foods Project may exhibit three          23 Kolachy
items per class. 4-H'ers are encouraged to exhibit food items        24 Tortillas
that utilize skills learned in the project.                          25 Any Other Not Listed - describe

Exhibitor must submit the recipe for each entry, recipe should       MICROWAVE COOKERY
be typed and on a 3x5 card wrapped in plastic wrap or placed         Class No.
in a plastic bag. Any entry that does not include the recipe will    26 Microwave muffins (5 per plate)
not be eligible for Grand and Reserve Champion honors. If            27 Microwave cookies (5 per plate)
project has been frozen this should be indicated and reasons         28 Microwave candy (5 per plate)
given; freezing will affect products if not done properly so use     29 Caramel Popcorn
caution. Exhibitor must state age and years in project on entry      30 Cake
form.                                                                31 Any Other Not Listed - describe

Quality of Foods Exhibits                                            QUICK BREADS - made from scratch
Each food item entered should be of high quality standards           Class No.
and attractively prepared. The judges can disqualify any             32 Pumpkin Bread
product in this division that does not reach 4-H food standards.     33 Banana Bread
Any product not meeting specifications will be for exhibit only,     34 Zucchini Bread
and receive a participation ribbon.                                  35 Nut Bread
                                                                     36 Carrot Bread
Foods exhibited in this division MUST NOT contain perishable         37 Apple Bread
fillings or toppings such as: Creams, Eggs, Custard, Meat,           38 Cornbread
39   Citrus Bread                            Directions
40   Multi-grain Bread                       1.   Cream butter, sugar, and vanilla. Then stir in eggs. Put
41   Any Other Not Listed - describe              flour on top of the mixture and add soda and salt, mix a
                                                  little, then mix together with rest of ingredients.
YEAST BREADS - made from scratch                  Add chocolate chips and mix again.
Class No.                                    2.   Drop by spoonfuls on cookie sheet. Bake at 375 degrees
42 White Bread                                    F for about 10 minutes.
43 Wheat Bread
44 Rye Bread                                 CREATIVE MIXES
45 French Bread                              These exhibits all start with a prepackaged mix. Recipe is to
46 Herb Bread                                be included like all other exhibits. Item must have a minimum
47 Cinnamon Swirl Bread                      of 3 additional ingredients beyond the mix and/or the mix’s
48 Cinnamon Rolls (4 on a plate)             recommended ingredients.
49 Cloverleaf Rolls (4 on a plate)           Class No.
50 Crescent rolls (4 on a plate)             81     Cake
51 Assorted Rolls (4 different on a plate)   82     Cookies
52 Pretzels (4 on a plate)                   83     Bread (Quick or Yeast)
53 Bagels (4 on a plate)                     84 Brownie or Bars
54 Bread Sticks (4 on a plate)               85 Any Other Not Listed - describe
55 Any Other Not Listed - describe

CANDY (Five per plate)                                       CAKE DECORATING
Class No.                                                Please include recipe card for frosting.
56 Fudge
57 Divinity                                  DIVISION NO. 414-J Junior – CAKE DECORATING
58 Peanut Brittle                                 Champion Junior Cake Decorating (R, IRP)
59 Pralines                                       Reserve Junior Cake Decorating (R)
60 Mints                                     DIVISION NO. 414-S Senior- CAKE DECORATING
61 Caramels                                       Champion Senior Cake Decorating (R, IRP)
62 Suckers                                        Reserve Senior Cake Decorating (R)
63 Taffy
64 Any Other Not Listed - describe           Class No.
                                             01      Done on cake pan or foam using star tip and outlining
COOKIES                                      02       Sampler of at least 3 different decorating techniques
Class No.                                             on foil covered board, not to exceed 81/2” x 11”
65 Chocolate Chip Cookies
     (Use recipe given in this section)      03       Two layer cake utilizing 4 of the 5 techniques: flat
66 Sugar Cookies                                      surface flowers, simple flower nail flowers, roses, a
67 Oatmeal Cookies                                    variety of borders, or special effects like Cornelli lace,
68 Snickerdoodles                                     lattice work, basket weave, or others.
69 Gingersnaps                               04       Sampler of at least 4 of the 5 techniques as stated
70 Peanut Butter                                      above on foil covered board, not to exceed 8 ½” x 11”
71 Thumbprint Cookies                        05       Plate of 4 cupcakes, decorated
72 Spritz
73 Pizzelles                                 06       Single layer cake or foam cake utilizing 2-3
74 Pinwheel Cookies                                   techniques, such as stars, outlining, simple flowers
75 Gingerbread                                        and a border.
76 Meringues                                 07       Gingerbread house
77 Chocolate Brownies                        08       Any Other Not Listed - describe
78 Blonde Brownies
79 Any Other Cookie Bar Not Listed
80 Any Other Not Listed - describe
                                                           FOOD PRESERVATION
                                             All fruits and vegetables must be in standard pint or quart jars.
Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe                Dried fruits and vegetables should be on paper plates. Plates
Makes 3 - 4 dozen                            must be covered with a ziploc bag. Jelly must be in jelly
                                             glasses or jars with lids. Jars will be opened by judges for
1 cup butter                                 testing. ALL ENTRIES MUST BE LABELED AS TO
½ cup white sugar                            CONTENTS, DATES WHEN CANNED, CANNING METHOD
1 cup packed brown sugar                     AND RECIPE USED. JAR CAPS AND RINGS SHOULD BE
1 teaspoon vanilla extract                   CLEAN, NOT STICKY. CONTENTS SHOULD NOT TOUCH
2 eggs                                       LID. PROPER SEAL IS IMPORTANT, SEE ADDITIONAL
2 ½ cups all-purpose flour                   INFORMATION IN DEPARTMENT E ON GENERAL
1 teaspoon baking soda                       JUDGING GUIDELINES.
1 teaspoon salt
2 cups semisweet chocolate chips             DIVISION NO. 415-J Junior – FOOD PRESERVATION
                                                  Champion Junior Food Preservation (R, IRP)
                                                  Reserve Junior Food Preservation (R)
DIVISION NO. 415-S Senior- FOOD PRESERVATION                      09       Cut Flower Arrangement: An arrangement of flowers
     Champion Senior Food Preservation (R, IRP)                            grown in an ornamental garden or home beautification
     Reserve Senior Food Preservation (R)                                  activity in connection with the growing with plants
                                                                           project. A minimum of six blossoms should be
CANNING                                                                    included.
Class No.                                                         10       Dried Arrangements: Beauty in the desert: dried
01      Fruit                                                              arrangement with accessories permitted such as
02      Meat                                                               rocks, wood, figurines, etc. on an attached tag,
03      Vegetables                                                         identify the dried materials.
04      Jams                                                      11       Green Arrangement: Green arrangement with
05      Jellies                                                            accessories permitted such as rocks, wood, figurines,
06      Pickles                                                            etc.
07      Relishes
08      Salsa                                                     12       Ornamental Gardening or Home Beautification Poster
09      Any Other Not Listed - describe                                    22" x 28" Display of before and after pictures of area
                                                                           beautified.
DRYING                                                            13       Growing Crops: Product samples such as 6 bars of
Class No.                                                                  corn, l quart of barley seed, sheaf of barley, wheat or
10      Herbs                                                              alfalfa, a sugar beet, etc.
11      Fruit Leather                                             14       Dry Herbs: 1 to 2 oz. in small jar.
12      Jerky                                                     15       Green Herbs: Small Bundle
13      Fruit                                                     16       Largest of Any Variety: Pumpkin, Sunflower, Etc.
14      Vegetables
                                                                  17       Garden Services or nursery Stock Production: 22" x
15      Any Other Not Listed - describe
                                                                           28" Poster showing project progress in a forceful way.
                                                                  18       Any Other Not Listed - describe
                  HORTICULTURE
4-H'ers may exhibit three items per class. Members must
state their age and number of years in the project. Each                           CLUB SPOTLIGHT
exhibitor will include a typed 3x5 card wrapped in plastic wrap
or placed in a plastic bag that indicates the variety of the      DIVISION NO. 417-J Junior – CLUB SPOTLIGHT
exhibit. For example: “Jack-o-lantern” Pumpkin, “Gala” Apples.         Champion Junior Club Spotlight (R, IRP)
                                                                       Reserve Junior Club Spotlight (R)
DIVISION NO. 416-J Junior - HORTICULTURE                          DIVISION NO. 417-S Senior- CLUB SPOTLIGHT
     Champion Junior Horticulture (R, IRP)                             Champion Senior Club Spotlight (R, IRP)
     Reserve Junior Horticulture (R)                                   Reserve Senior Club Spotlight (R)
DIVISION NO. 416-S Senior- HORTICULTURE
     Champion Senior Horticulture (R, IRP)                        Class No.
     Reserve Senior Horticulture (R)                              01      Scrapbook - Entry of photos, news articles, journals or
                                                                          other items highlighting the Club’s activities of the
Class No.                                                                 current year.
01      House Plant: A flowering house plant grown for its        02      “Hands to Larger Service” - Posterboard or binder
        flowering beauty.                                                 with a description of work, photos, testimonials or
02      House Plant: A house plant grown for its foliage                  other information about the service activities of the
        and/or its hanging vine beauty.                                   club for the current year.
03      Terrarium: A terrarium of any size. Preferably one
        that is small enough for the member to carry and                  MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS
        show easily (must be planted 6 weeks prior to fair).      4-H'ers may exhibit three items per class. This division was
04      Window Box: A window box arrangement of flowering         created for exhibits of 4-H projects where there are small
        plants with exceptional beauty. The size should be        enrollments or the project is new. Exhibits, however, must not
        small enough so that the member can carry the box         include two items that are the same. Members must state their
        and show it personally if requested to do so.             age and number of years in the project.
05      Container Vegetable Garden: A vegetable such as a
        pepper or tomato growing in a container that can be       DIVISION NO. 418-J Junior - MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS
        carried easily by the member.                                  Champion Junior Miscellaneous Projects (R, IRP)
                                                                       Reserve Junior Miscellaneous Projects (R)
06      Vegetable Garden Exhibit: Five different vegetables       DIVISION NO. 418-S Senior- MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS
        in a peach lug sized decorated box. One example of             Champion Senior Miscellaneous Projects (R, IRP)
        larger vegetables such as cabbage and three uniform            Reserve Senior Miscellaneous Projects (R)
        representatives of smaller vegetables such as pod,
        peas, pod beans, etc.                                     CLOWNING
07      Vegetable Garden Exhibit: Five garden vegetables or       Class No.
        fruits of a kind on a plate. Such as five carrots,        01      Props
        potatoes, tomatoes, apples, etc.                          02      Costumes
08      Vegetable Garden Exhibit: One Large vegetable or          03      Poster - Colored Drawing of Face, With Snapshot
        fruit such as cabbage, head lettuce, squash,              04      Poster - Colored Drawing of Costume, With Snapshot
        water-melon, etc.                                         05      Members Notebook
                                                                  06      Any Other Not Listed - describe
FISHING                                                              DIVISION NO. 419-J Junior – PHOTOGRAPHY
Class No.                                                                 Champion Junior Photography (R, IRP)
07      Handcrafted Lures                                                 Reserve Junior Photography (R)
08      Handcrafted Flies                                            DIVISION NO. 419-S Senior- PHOTOGRAPHY
09      Any Other Not Listed - describe                                   Champion Senior Photography (R, IRP)
                                                                          Reserve Senior Photography (R)
BEEKEEPING
Class No.                                                            COMMERCIALLY PROCESSED ENTRIES
10      2 Jars Extracted Honey, 1 lb. Each, Labeled                  COLOR - FROM 35 MM OR DIGITAL CAMERA
11      2 Jars Granulated Honey, 1 lb. Each                          Class No.
12      Comb Honey, Any Flavor, Wrapped In Cellophane Or             PRINTS
        Other Transparent Material                                   01      Still Life
13      Display of Beeswax                                           02      People
14      Frame of Sealed Honey, Wrapped In Transparent                03      Action
        Material (So that it does not leak)                          04      Land or Seascape
15      Any Other Not Listed - describe                              05      Animals/Insects
                                                                     06      Any Other Not Listed - describe
CHILD DEVELOPMENT
Class No.                                                            COMMERCIALLY PROCESSED ENTRIES
16      Original Handmade Toy or Play Idea                           BLACK AND WHITE - FROM 35 MM OR DIGITAL CAMERA
17      Members Notebook                                             Class No.
18      Any Other Not Listed - describe                              PRINTS
                                                                     07      Still Life
GENEALOGY                                                            08      People
Class No.                                                            09      Action
19      Scrapbook                                                    10      Land or Seascape
20      Any Other Not Listed - describe                              11      Animals/Insects
                                                                     12      Any Other Not Listed - describe
COMPUTER SCIENCE
Class No.                                                            EXHIBITOR PROCESSED ENTRIES
21      Binder of (8-12) computer generated sample items             BLACK AND WHITE
22      Any Other Not Listed - describe                              Class No.
                                                                     13      PRINTS - Black & White photo on a variety of
                                                                             subjects: Still Life, Animal, People, Action, Land or
                   PHOTOGRAPHY                                               Seascape, Any Other - describe
                                                                     14      POSTERS - Black & White: 5 or more photos on
At the judge's discretion, a Champion and Reserve Champion
                                                                             variety of subjects: Still Life, Animal, People, Action,
may be awarded to the top Junior and top Senior exhibitor for
                                                                             Land or Seascape, Any Other - describe
color, black and white, and poster divisions in this division. All
                                                                     15      STORY BOARD - Black & White: 5 or more photos
entries must be selected from pictures taken as part of the
                                                                             telling a story in sequence
current 4-H Club year's photography project. Members may
                                                                     16      SLIDES - 10 to 12 Black & White slides on a variety
enter 6 single prints. In addition to the 6 single prints, members
                                                                             of subjects: Still Life, Animal, People, Action, Land or
may also enter one poster, story board, and/or photo album,
                                                                             Seascape, Any Other - describe. Exhibitor must
for a maximum of 9 entries in photography.
                                                                             provide protective slide jacket for entry.
Acceptable photo sizes are: Snapshots 3 x 5 or 4 x 6;
                                                                     DIGITAL ENTRIES
Enlargements 5 x 7, 8 x 10.
                                                                     Class No.
*NOTE: ANY POSTERS OR PHOTOS ELIGIBLE FOR                            17      Color photo, ink jet printed
STATE FAIR: SEE STATE FAIR BOOK.                                     18      Black & White photo, ink jet printed
                                                                     19      Digital picture, special effects (enhanced or changed,
ENTRY INFORMATION                                                            describe on 3x5 card on back of photo)
                                                                     20      Any other not listed. Please describe
1. Photos are to be mounted or matted on FOAM CORE
   board. Maximum size 8 x 10 inches. May be matted
                                                                     POSTERS, STORY BOARDS, PHOTO ALBUMS
   with professionally made mats or mats made by the
                                                                     Class No.
   4-H'er. Matting should compliment photo.
                                                                     21      Poster of 5 or more photos; any developing process
2. Posters and story boards (multiple prints) are to be
                                                                     22      Story board of 3-9 photos telling a story in sequence.
   mounted on 22 x 28 inch FOAM CORE board.
                                                                     23      Photo Album - Collection of photos in an album
3. The proportion of photo or photos to FOAM CORE board
                                                                             demonstrating appropriate labeling and mounting of
   should be selected by the photographer to best suit and
                                                                             photos
   enhance the photos.
4. All entries must be labeled on the center back with the           24      Any other not listed. Please describe.
   following: name, age and year in 4-H, when photo was
                                                                     CHAMPION BUILDING EXHIBITOR
   taken, type of camera used and printing process used (by
                                                                           Champion Junior Building Exhibitor (BK)
   self in lab or on computer, print shop, web service, etc.).
                                                                           Reserve Junior Building Exhibitor (BN)
5. An exhibitor may enter each photo only once; therefore a
                                                                           Champion Senior Building Exhibitor (BK)
   photo entered in color can not be entered in black and
                                                                           Reserve Senior Building Exhibitor (BN)
   white.
                                                      DEPARTMENT R
                                                       DOG EXHIBITS
                                                        Superintendent
                                   Darcy Tessman, Cochise County 4-H Youth Development Agent


General rules: Any regularly enrolled 4-H or FFA member who has satisfactorily completed his/her projects for the current club year
may participate in the exhibits and contests pertaining to his/her projects. Leaders/advisors will be asked to certify completion of
projects. Entry fees for Dog Exhibits are $3 per class.

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MEMBERS MUST ENTER ONLINE BY AUGUST 15 . Contact the Cochise County Extension Office (520) 458-8278, ext. 2141 for
information on DOG exhibit areas.

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Saturday, September 26
8:00 a.m. 4-H Dog Show
2:00 p.m. Small Stock, Large Livestock and Supreme Round Robin Showmanship

Sunday, September 27
5:00 p.m. Exhibits Released


                                                                DOG

DIVISION NO. 425 – DOG OBEDIENCE

Class No.
01    Pre-Novice Obedience A Junior                                     21     Senior Open Showmanship (4th & 5th year)
02    Pre-Novice Obedience A Senior                                     22     Junior Brace Novice Showmanship (1st year only)
03    Pre Novice Obedience B Junior                                     23     Senior Brace Novice Showmanship (1st year only)
04    Pre Novice Obedience B Senior                                     24     Junior Brace Open
05    Pre Novice Obedience C Junior                                     25     Senior Brace Open
06    Pre Novice Obedience C Senior                                            Champion Junior Dog Showmanship (BK, RR)
07    Novice Obedience A                                                       Reserve Junior Dog Showmanship (R)
08    Novice Obedience B                                                       Champion Senior Dog Showmanship (BK, RR)
09    Graduate Novice                                                          Reserve Senior Dog Showmanship (R)
10    Open A
11    Open B
13    Utility A
14    Brace (Pre-Novice Exercises)                                      DIVISION NO. 425 - DOG AGILITY
15    Team (Pre-Novice, Novice and Graduate Novice)
      Hi Point Pre-Novice (R, IRP)                                      Class No.
      Reserve Hi Point Pre-Novice (R)                                       26      Junior Pre-Novice Agility
      Hi Point Advanced (R, IRP)                                            27      Senior Pre-Novice Agility
      Reserve Hi Point Advanced (R)                                         28      Junior Novice Agility
                                                                            29      Senior Novice Agility
DIVISION NO. 425 - DOG SHOWMANSHIP                                          30      Junior Open Agility
                                                                            31      Senior Open Agility
Class   No.                                                                          Champion Junior Agility (R, IRP)
16      Junior Novice Showmanship (1st year)                                         Reserve Junior Agility (R)
17      Senior Novice Showmanship (1st year)                                         Champion Senior Agility (R, IRP)
18      Junior Intermediate Showmanship (2nd & 3rd year)                             Reserve Senior Agility (R)
19      Senior Intermediate Showmanship (2nd & 3rd year)
20      Junior Open Showmanship (4th & 5th year)
                                                       DEPARTMENT S
                                                      4-H SMALL STOCK
                                                          Superintendents
                                     Susan Pater, Cochise County 4-H Youth Development Agent
                            Department Fur: Tamera Hunt, Jennifer Barnett, Shelley Michaels, 4-H Leaders
                           Department Feathers: Karen Bouchikas, Kristina Barney, Jack Person, 4-H Leaders
                                Auction: Melissa Bouchikas, Kristina Barney, Tina & Dave Mascarenas


General rules: Any regularly enrolled 4-H or FFA member who           AWARD ABBREVIATIONS
has satisfactorily completed his/her projects for the current club    BK Buckle
year may participate in the exhibits and contests pertaining to       BN Banner
his/her projects. Articles to be exhibited must be made, raised       IRP Item Related to Project
or collected during the current club year. Exhibits entered in        R Rosette
the 4-H & FFA Department may not be entered in any other              RR Eligible for Round Robin Showmanship
Fair department. Leaders/advisors will be asked to certify
completion of projects. Entry fees for small stock are $5 per
species (rabbit, cavy, poultry, waterfowl, landfowl and                                DEPARTMENT FUR
pigeon/dove).
                                                                                      AWARD FOR DEPARTMENT
                                                                                  Best of Show: Rabbits & Cavies (BN)
Go to http://cochisefair.org/4hffa.html for further
information and to link to online entries.
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MEMBERS MUST ENTER ONLINE BY AUGUST 15 .                              All rabbits must be tattooed in the left ear.
Contact the Cochise County Extension Office, (520) 384-3594           All entries must have breed, variety and tattoo mark
for information on SMALL STOCK exhibit areas.                         clearly identified. Animal tattoo must match the fair entry
                                                                      form upon check in.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
                                                                      Rabbit meat pens will consist of three (3) rabbits, all the same
Wednesday, September 23                                               breed and variety. Age limit will be a minimum of 6 weeks but
Noon - 8:00 p.m. Small stock will be checked into Small Stock         not over 10 weeks. Weight limit not over 5 lbs. per rabbit.
                 barn after tattoos, bands, or tags match entry
                 form                                                 DIVISION NO. 430 - RABBITS
                                                                            Champion Doe (R, IRP)
Thursday, September 24                                                      Reserve Doe (R)
                                                                            Champion Buck (R, IRP)
8:00 a.m. All Small Stock Must Be Cooped
                                                                            Reserve Buck (R)
9:00 a.m. Small Stock Showmanship, breed judging to follow                  Champion Meat Pen (R)
                                                                            Reserve Meat Pen (R)
Saturday, September 26                                                      Best of Breed – Ribbon
2:00 p.m. Small Stock, Large Livestock and Supreme Round
           Robin Showmanship                                          Class No.
                                                                      01    Senior Buck, over 6 months
4:30       Awards Program
                                                                      02    Intermediate Buck, 6-8 months (For large breeds only)
                                                                      03    Junior Buck, under 6 months
Sunday, September 27                                                  04    Senior Doe, over 6 months
10:00 a.m. Small Stock Sale                                           05    Intermediate Doe, 6-8 months (For large breeds only)
5:00 p.m. Exhibits Released                                           06    Junior Doe, under 6 months
                                                                      07    Rabbit Meat Pen-3 rabbits, 6-10 weeks of age, same
                                                                            breed & variety, not over 5 lbs. per rabbit
GENERAL RULES                                                         08    Rabbit Pet
See county rule book for complete rules
1. A herdsmanship award of $25 will be awarded to the club
   who has been well represented within their scheduled time          DIVISION NO. 431 - RABBIT SHOWMANSHIP
   and completed the necessary cleaning tasks as listed on
   the sign up sheet posted in the barn.                              Class No.
                                                                      01    Junior Showmanship (9-13 years)
2.   A pet division will be provided for mixed breeds. Pet                  Champion Junior Rabbit Showmanship (BK, RR)
     breeds will not be eligible for champion divisions or the              Reserve Junior Rabbit Showmanship (R)
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     auction.                                                               3 -5 Place Ribbons
3.   No exhibits will be released before 5:00 p.m. on Sunday,         02    Senior Showmanship (14-18 years)
     with the exception of auction animals.                                 Champion Senior Rabbit Showmanship (BK, RR)
                                                                            Reserve Senior Rabbit Showmanship (R)
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The Danish Grouping System will be used in judging 4-H/FFA                  3 -5 Place Ribbons
Club exhibits. No premium monies will be awarded.
                            CAVY                                    DIVISION NO. 434 - POULTRY
All cavies must have a monel metal (A corrosion-resistant alloy          Champion Hen (R, IRP)
metal) ear tag (Size 001 or 003) permanently placed in the left          Reserve Hen (R)
ear.                                                                     Champion Rooster (R, IRP)
All entries must have breed, variety and ear tag clearly                 Reserve Rooster (R)
identified. Animal tag must match the fair entry form upon               Champion Trio (R)
check in.                                                                Reserve Trio (R)
                                                                         Champion Meat Pen (R)
DIVISION NO. 432 - CAVY                                                  Reserve Meat Pen (R)
       Champion Boar (R, IRP)
                                                                    Class No.
       Reserve Boar (R)
                                                                    01    Standard Cock-Male Bird
       Champion Sow (R, IRP)
                                                                    02    Standard Hen-Female Bird
       Reserve Sow (R)
                                                                    03    Standard Cockerel-Male Bird
Class No.                                                           04    Standard Pullet-Female Bird
                                                                    05    Bantam Cock Male Bird
01      Cavy Boars Senior, 30 oz. or over
                                                                    06    Bantam Hen-Female Bird
02      Cavy Boars Intermediate, 4-6 months, maximum
                                                                    07    Bantam Cockerel-Male Bird
        weight 30 oz.
                                                                    08    Bantam Pullet-Female Bird
03      Cavy Boars Junior, up to 4 months, maximum weight
                                                                    09    Old Trio - One Male and Two Females, same variety
        22 oz
                                                                    10    Young Trio - One Male and Two Females, same variety
04      Cavy Sows Senior, 30 oz. or over
                                                                    11    Pen of 3 Females - To Be Judged on Uniformity of
05      Cavy Sows Intermediate, 4-6 months, maximum
                                                                          Body, Type, Growth, Maturity and Egg Laying
        weight 30 oz.
                                                                          Characteristics (hatched during 2008)
06      Cavy Sows Junior, up to 4 months, maximum weight
                                                                    12    Pen of 3 Fryers – 3 1/2 -5 lbs. (Entries will be adjusted
        22 oz
                                                                          by superintendents upon check-in)
07      Cavy Pet
                                                                    13    Pen of 3 Broilers – 5-8 lbs. (Entries will be adjusted by
                                                                          superintendents upon check-in)
DIVISION NO. 433– CAVY SHOWMANSHIP
                                                                    14    Pen of 3 Roasters – 8-10 lbs. (Entries will be adjusted
                                                                          by superintendents upon check-in)
Class No.
                                                                    15    Pet Breed
01    Junior Showmanship (9-13 years)
      Champion Junior Cavy Showmanship (BK, RR)
                                                                    DIVISION 435 - POULTRY SHOWMANSHIP
      Reserve Junior Cavy Showmanship (R)
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      3 -5 Place Ribbons
                                                                    Class No.
02    Senior Showmanship (14-18 years)
                                                                    01    Junior Showmanship (9-13 years)
      Champion Senior Cavy Showmanship (BK, RR)
                                                                          Champion Junior Poultry Showmanship (BK, RR)
      Reserve Senior Cavy Showmanship (R)
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      3 -5 Place Ribbons                                                   rd th
                                                                          3 -5 Place Ribbons
                                                                    02    Senior Showmanship (14-18 years)
           DEPARTMENT FEATHERS                                            Champion Senior Poultry Showmanship (BK, RR)
              AWARD FOR DEPARTMENT                                        Reserve Senior Poultry Showmanship (R)
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Best of Show: Poultry, Waterfowl, Land Fowl, and Pigeons                  3 -5 Place Ribbons
      & Doves (BN)
Note: All birds must have leg bands on once they
      enter the barn; any birds without bands will                                             EGGS
      not be checked in.                                            Eggs will be judged on uniformity of weight, shape, color, shell
                                                                    texture and interior quality by candling. One egg in each entry
                                                                    may be broken at the discretion of the judges. Note: Only 2
                        POULTRY                                     Dozen (6) Will Be Accepted. Entries with fewer or more than
All birds must be leg-banded for positive identification. Birds     six eggs will be disqualified.
exhibited in a trio or pen may not be exhibited as individuals or
vice-versa. All entries must have breed, variety and leg            DIVISION 436 – EGGS
band clearly identified. Animal leg band must match the
                                                                          Champion Eggs (R)
fair entry form upon check in.
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Note: Old fowl are birds hatched before January 1 2009 and
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young fowl are birds hatched after January 1 2009.                  Class No.
                                                                    01    White Chicken
Poultry meat pens will consist of three (3) chickens 6 to 10        02    Brown Chicken
weeks old. Fryers must weigh 3 ½ to 5 lbs. each, broilers 5 to 8    03    Cream Chicken
lbs. each, and roasters 8 to 10 lbs. each. Birds within the pen     04    Blue or Green Chicken
must weigh no less or more than the amount specified. If            05    Duck
any bird is under or over minimum and maximum weights the           06    All Other Eggs
pen will be disqualified. The heaviest bird determines the class.
Birds are judged on uniformity of weight, conformation and
meat producing qualities. Meat pen entries will be adjusted
by superintendents upon check in.
                     WATERFOWL                                                      PIGEONS & DOVES
All birds must be leg-banded for positive identification. Species   All birds must be leg banded for positive identification. All
may be divided if 6 or more animals are entered. All entries        entries must have breed, variety and leg band clearly
must have breed, variety and leg band clearly identified.           identified. Animal leg band must match the fair entry form
Animal leg band must match the fair entry form upon                 upon check in.
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check in.                                                           Note: Old fowl are birds hatched before January 1 2009 and
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Note: Old fowl are birds hatched before January 1 2009 and          young fowl are birds hatched after January 1 2009.
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young fowl are birds hatched after January 1 2009.                  identified. Animal leg band must match the fair entry form
                                                                    upon check in.
DIVISION NO. 437 - WATERFOWL
     Champion Waterfowl (R, IRP)                                    DIVISION NO. 440 – PIGEONS & DOVES
     Reserve Waterfowl (R)                                               Champion Male (R, IRP)
     Best of Breed Ribbons                                               Reserve Male (R)
                                                                         Champion Female (R, IRP)
Class No.                                                                Reserve Female (R)
01    Old Drake                                                          Champion Matched Mated Pair (R)
02    Old Duck                                                           Reserve Matched Mated Pair (R)
03    Young Drake                                                        Best of Breed Ribbons
04    Young Duck
05    Old Gander                                                    Class No.
06    Old Goose                                                     01    Old Male-Pigeon
07    Young Gander                                                  02    Old Female-Pigeon
08    Young Goose                                                   03    Young Male-Pigeon
09    Pet Breed                                                     04    Young Female-Pigeon
                                                                    05    Matched Mated Pair-Pigeon
                                                                    06    Pigeon Pet
DIVISION NO. 438 - WATERFOWL SHOWMANSHIP                            07    Old Male-Dove
                                                                    08    Old Female-Dove
                                                                    09    Young Male-Dove
Class No.
                                                                    10    Young Female-Dove
01    Junior Showmanship (9-13 years)
                                                                    11    Matched Mated Pair-Dove
      Champion Junior Waterfowl Showmanship (BK, RR)
                                                                    12    Dove Pet
      Reserve Junior Waterfowl Showmanship (R)
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                                                                    DIVISION 441 – PIGEON & DOVE SHOWMANSHIP
02    Senior Showmanship (14-18 years)
      Champion Senior Waterfowl Showmanship (BK, RR)
                                                                    Class No.
      Reserve Senior Waterfowl Showmanship (R)
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      3 -5 Place Ribbons
                                                                          Champion Junior Pigeon Showmanship (BK, RR)
                                                                          Reserve Junior Pigeon Showmanship (R)
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                                                                          3 -5 Place Ribbons
                       LANDFOWL                                     02    Senior Showmanship (14-18 years)
All birds must be leg-banded for positive identification. Species         Champion Senior Pigeon Showmanship (BK, RR)
may be divided if 6 or more animals are entered. All entries              Reserve Senior Pigeon Showmanship (R)
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must have breed, variety and leg band clearly identified.                 3 -5 Place Ribbons
Animal leg band must match the fair entry form upon
check in.
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Note: Old fowl are birds hatched before January 1 2009 and
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young fowl are birds hatched after January 1 2009.                  SMALL STOCK ROUND-ROBIN SHOWMANSHIP
                                                                        Junior Champion Small Stock Round Robin (R, IRP)
DIVISION NO. 439 – LANDFOWL                                             Junior Reserve Small Stock Round Robin (R)
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     Champion Landfowl (R, IRP)                                         3 – 5 place ribbons
     Reserve Landfowl (R)                                               Senior Champion Small Stock Round Robin (R, IRP)
     Best of Breed Ribbons                                              Senior Reserve Small Stock Round Robin (R)
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                                                                        3 – 5 place ribbons
Class No.
01    Old Tom Turkey                                                SUPREME CHAMPION ROUND-ROBIN SHOWMANSHIP
02    Old Hen Turkey                                                    Junior Supreme Showmanship (BK)
03    Young Tom Turkey                                                  Junior Reserve Supreme Showmanship (R)
04    Young Hen Turkey                                                  Senior Supreme Showmanship (BK)
05    Pheasants                                                         Senior Reserve Supreme Showmanship (R)
06    Guineas
08    Peacocks – bring your own cage
09    Pet Breed
                                                DEPARTMENT T
                                   4-H and FFA LIVESTOCK & HORSE EXHIBITS
                                                          Superintendents
                                     Susan Pater, Cochise County 4-H Youth Development Agent
                                               Gilbert Zamudio, Benson FFA Advisor

General rules: Any regularly enrolled 4-H or FFA member who
has satisfactorily completed his/her projects for the 2009 club     MARKET ANIMAL WEIGHING
year may participate in the exhibits and contests pertaining to     All weighing will be done as noted below. Any animal that does
his/her projects. Articles to be exhibited must be made, raised     not make weight may be transferred to the breeding, open, or
or collected during the 2009 club year. Exhibits entered in the     prospect classes, but the same animal may NOT be shown in
4-H & FFA Department may not be entered in any other Fair           both the breeding and market and/or prospect class. The
department. Leaders/advisors will be asked to certify               same animal may be shown in only one of these classes.
completion of projects. Entry fees for livestock are $5 per
head up to a maximum of $50 per exhibitor.                          WEIGHING TIMES
                                                                    Swine: Wednesday 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. & Thursday 8:30 -10 a.m.
Go to http://cochisefair.org/4hffa.html for further                 Sheep and Goats: Thursday 10:30 -11:30 a.m.
information and to link to online entries.                          Steers: Thursday 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
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MEMBERS MUST ENTER ONLINE BY AUGUST 15 .                            GENERAL RULES (see county rule book for complete rules)
Contact the Cochise County Extension Office, (520) 384-3594         Each 4-H/FFA livestock exhibit must be shown by the person
for LARGE STOCK exhibit areas.                                      entering that exhibit in the fair. The Danish Grouping System
                                                                    will be used in judging 4-H/FFA Club exhibits.
Livestock inspection papers (as required) & market livestock
summaries for market animals must be presented to the               4-H LIVESTOCK ADVISORY COMMITTEE
paperwork screening committee prior to weigh-in. Once the           Please be sure you have read and understand the 2009 4-H
weight is recorded on the market livestock summaries,               Livestock Rules. If you do not have a copy, they may be
members must complete the form and give the top copy to the         obtained from the 4-H office.
superintendent within one hour after weigh-in.
                                                                    INSPECTION CERTIFICATES
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS                                                  Inspection certificates must be issued in order to transport all
Wednesday, September 23                                             livestock. Seasonal inspection certificates must be issued for
 10:00 a.m. English Horse Show                                      all exhibition livestock. The form may be obtained from the 4H
                                                                    office or online http://www.azda.gov/licensing/seasonapp.pdf.
Thursday, September 24                                              Be sure to allow enough time to mail in the application and
  9:30 a.m.  Western Horse Show                                     have it returned prior to the fair.
  5:00 p.m.  Breeding Swine, Market Hog, and Swine
                                                                    SWINE HEALTH RULES (see rule book page 15 for complete
             Showmanship Show: Open, 4-H/FFA
                                                                    information) In order for a hog to be exhibited it must be ear
Friday, September 25                                                notched, have a premise ID number & a “Certificate of
  8:00 a.m.   Dairy and Pygmy Goats, Dairy Cattle:                  Inspection of Exhibition Swine” obtained from the livestock
              Open, 4-H/FFA                                         inspector prior to transporting.
  8:30 a.m.   Roping & Timed Events Horse Show
                                                                    BEST COCHISE COUNTY BRED & FED (see rule book page
  11:00 a.m. Breeding Beef: Open, 4-H/FFA
  12:00 p.m. Breeding Meat Goat: Open, 4-H/FFA                      13 for complete information) A special championship class for
  2:00 p.m.   Breeding Sheep: Open, 4-H/FFA                         the “Best Cochise County Bred & Fed Steer, Lamb, Hog and
  6:00 p.m.   Market Goat and Meat Goat Showmanship,                Goat”, will be held. The intent of the award is to recognized
              Market Lamb, and Sheep Showmanship Show               quality herdsmanship within our county and to encourage the
                                                                    selection of superior quality animals available within Cochise
Saturday, September 26                                              County.
  10:00 a.m. Market Steer and Beef Showmanship Show:
                                                                    BEDDING
              4-H/FFA
  2:00 p.m.   Small Stock , Large Stock & Supreme Round             All exhibitors must provide their own bedding. Shavings will be
              Robin Showmanship                                     available for purchase.
  4:30 p.m.   Awards Program
                                                                    MARKET LIVESTOCK SALE
Sunday, September 27                                                Any 4-H and FFA member who has satisfactorily completed his
  10:00 a.m. Small Stock Sale                                       livestock project to date and whose animal places in the blue,
  1:30 p.m.  4-H/FFA Market Livestock Sale                          red, or white ribbon color group is eligible to sell ONE animal at
  5:00 p.m.  Exhibits Released                                      the Cochise County Junior Livestock Auction. All champions,
                                                                    both grand and reserve champions must sell. In addition, to be
CHECK-IN SCHEDULE - THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24                          eligible to sell a market animal in the auction, the exhibitor
Animals must be on the fairgrounds no later than the time           must not have sold a market animal in any other county or
designated below.                                                   community fair within the last year.
Swine                      9:30 a.m.
Sheep and Meat Goats 10:00 a.m.
All other livestock      12:00 noon
SALE ORDER
The animals will be rotated in the following order Champion           AWARD ABBREVIATIONS
Meat Goat, Champion Steer, Champion Lamb, Champion Hog,               BK Buckle
Champion Carcass Meat Goat, Champion Carcass Steer,                   BN Banner
Champion Carcass Lamb, Champion Carcass Hog, Reserve                  IRP Item Related to Project
Meat Goat, Reserve Steer, Reserve Lamb, Reserve Hog,                  R Rosette
Reserve Carcass Meat Goat, Reserve Carcass Steer, Reserve             RR Eligible for Round Robin Showmanship
Carcass Lamb, Reserve Carcass Hog, Best Cochise County
Bred and Fed Meat Goat, Best Cochise County Bred & Fed                                  SWINE DIVISIONS
Steer, Best Cochise County Bred & Fed Lamb, Best Cochise
County Bred and Fed Hog. The auction would then proceed               Division 501 - Breeding Gilt
with the blue ribbon animals continuing with the rotation until all
                                                                      Class Description
animals are sold. Steers, Hogs, Lambs and Goats will be
                          st                                          01     under 1 year
interspersed so that all 1 place blues will sell together and the
                                                                      02     over 1 year
same with the reds and whites. Actual placings will be listed on
                                                                             Champion Gilt (R, IRP)
the sale order.
                                                                             Reserve Gilt (R)
                                                                      If enough swine of a particular breed are exhibited,
POLICY FOR SELLING ANIMALS AT THE FAIR
                                                                      sub-classes may be established.
“For Sale” signs will not be permitted to be placed on the
animals’ stalls nor should any open business transactions for         Division No. 502 - Prospect Hog
breeding or market livestock take place prior to the 4-H/FFA
                                                                             Champion Prospect Hog (R)
Market Livestock Auction on Sunday afternoon, with the
exception of dairy goats and dairy cattle. Any 4-H/FFA
                                                                      Division No. 503 - Market Hog
member found to be in violation of these rules will not be
                                                                      Class Description
permitted to exhibit or sell livestock in the 4-H/FFA
                                                                             Market Hog 210-280 lbs.
Division of next year’s fair.
                                                                             Champion Market Hog (BK, BN)
                                                                             Reserve Market Hog (BN)
SALE NOTIFICATION
                                                                             Best Cochise County Bred & Fed Market Hog (BN)
4-H & FFA members must notify the superintendent for each
market animal exhibited that they do not wish to sell. These          Division No. 504 - Carcass Hog
must be turned into the respective superintendent as soon as
                                                                             Carcass Hog 210-280 lbs.
possible, but no later than 11:00 a.m. on Saturday. If an
                                                                             Champion Hog Carcass (BK, BN)
exhibitor has not notified the appropriate superintendent, the
                                                                             Reserve Hog Carcass (BN)
superintendent has the authority to decide which animal will be
sold.                                                                 Division No. 505 - Swine Showmanship
                                                                      Exhibitors in swine showmanship classes may show an animal
TRUCKING
                                                                      from one of the market, breeding or prospect classes.
The auction committee will arrange for trucking of all animals
which go through the sale, to designated packing houses only.
                                                                      Class Description
                                                                      01    Junior Novice (9-13 years)
COMMISSION CHARGE
                                                                      02    Junior (9-13 years)
A five percent commission will be deducted from the total price
                                                                            Champion Junior Swine Showmanship (BK, RR)
the 4-H or FFA member receives from both the animal and
                                                                            Reserve Junior Swine Showmanship (R)
add-ons, and retained by the Cochise County Junior Livestock                 rd th
                                                                            3 -5 Place Ribbons
Auction. The commission is used for promoting and conducting
                                                                      03    Senior Novice (14-19 years)
the livestock sale.
                                                                      04    Senior (14-19 years)
                                                                            Champion Senior Swine Showmanship (BK, RR)
LARGE LIVESTOCK ROUND ROBIN SHOWMANSHIP
                                                                            Reserve Senior Swine Showmanship (R)
To be held Saturday at 2:00 p.m. The Champion Junior and                     rd th
                                                                            3 -5 Place Ribbons
Senior of the following showmanship classes will participate in
the round robin showmanship: Beef, sheep, swine, meat goat,
dairy goat, and pygmy goat. In the event the champion is                               SHEEP DIVISIONS
unable to participate, the reserve member may participate. If
neither the champion nor reserve is able to participate, there        Breeding sheep should be shown with at least a 30 day growth
will not be a member showing, but the division will still be          of wool. If enough sheep of a particular breed or type are
conducted.                                                            exhibited, sub-divisions may be established (Best of Breed
                                                                      ribbons will be awarded if applicable). NOTE: Wool breeds
JUNIOR HERDSMANSHIP AWARDS                                            include Columbia, Corriedale, Rambouillet, Targhee, and
Awards will be based on the livestock exhibits of the club or         Cotswold. Generally wool breeds are not washed. However,
chapter and judged on grooming and neatness of animals and            Cotswold and other long wool breeds are rinsed. Wool breeds
equipment, neatness of pens, stalls and areas surrounding             should have approximately 2 inches of wool.
exhibits, and the presence of the exhibitors to answer
questions and extend courtesy to the public.                          Division No. 511 - Registered Rams
                                                                             Champion Registered Ram (R)
Herdsmanship will be judged commencing on the opening day                    Reserve Registered Ram (R)
of the Fair until the release of livestock. A $25 cash award will     Division No. 512 - Commercial Rams
be awarded to the club in the following livestock areas: Beef,               Champion Commercial Ram (R)
Sheep, Swine, and Dairy/Pygmy Goats and Meat Goats.                          Reserve Commercial Ram (R)
Division No. 513 - Wool Rams                                            BEEF CATTLE DIVISIONS
       Champion Wool Ram (R)
       Reserve Wool Ram (R)
                                                            If three or more head of any single breed are to be exhibited in
                                                            the heifer or bull classes, sub-divisions shall be established
      Supreme Champion Ram (R, IRP)
                                                            (Best of Breed ribbons will be awarded if applicable). Breed
                                                            divisions may be combined if less than three of any breed.
Division No. 514 - Registered Ewes
       Champion Registered Ewe (R)                          Division 530 - Registered Angus Heifers
       Reserve Registered Ewe (R)                           Division 531 - Registered Brangus Heifers
Division No. 515 - Commercial Ewes
                                                            Division 532 - Registered All Other Breed Heifers
       Champion Commercial Ewe (R)
                                                                   Champion Registered Heifer (R)
       Reserve Commercial Ewe (R)
                                                                   Reserve Registered Heifer (R)
Division No. 516 - Wool Ewes
                                                            Division 533 - Commercial Heifers
       Champion Wool Ewe (R)
                                                                   Champion Commercial Heifer (R)
       Reserve Wool Ewe (R)
                                                                   Reserve Commercial Heifer (R)
      Supreme Champion Ewe (R, IRP)
                                                                   Supreme Champion Female (R, IRP)
    Class    Description
                                                            Division 534 - Registered Angus Bulls
    01       born in 2009                                   Division 535 - Registered Brangus Bulls
    02       1 yr and under 2 yrs                           Division 536 - Registered All Other Breed Bulls
    03       2 years and over
                                                                   Champion Registered Bull (R)
                                                                   Reserve Registered Bull (R)
Division No. 517 - Ewe-Lamb Futurity #1 ($10 entry fee)
                                                            Division 537 - Commercial Bulls
       Born October 1, 2007 to July 31, 2009
                                                                   Champion Commercial Bull (R)
                                                                   Reserve Commercial Bull (R)
Division No. 518 - Yearling Ewe Futurity #2
       Ewes shown in the 2008 futurity class
                                                                   Supreme Champion Bull (R, IRP)
Division No. 519 - Ewe and Offspring Futurity #3
                                                              Class Description
       Ewes shown in 2007 #1, 2008 #2 futurity class
                                                              01 Spring Calves (March 1, 2009 & younger)
       (Place ribbons 1-6 and cash award 1-3)
                                                              02 Junior Calves (Jan. 1, 2009 - Feb. 28, 2009)
                                                              03 Winter Calves (Nov. 1, 2008 - Dec. 31, 2008)
Division No. 520 - Prospect Lamb
                                                              04 Senior Calves (Sept. 1, 2008 - Oct. 31, 2008)
       Champion Prospect Lamb (R)
                                                              05 Summer Yearlings (May 1, 2008 - Aug. 31, 2008)
                                                              06 Spring Yearlings (Mar. 1, 2008 - April 30, 2008)
Division No. 521 - Pen of Three Market Lambs
                                                              07 Junior Yearlings (Jan. 1, 2008 - Feb. 28, 2008)
(All in pen must be from same 4-H Club or FFA Chapter)
                                                              08 Senior Yearling (Sept. 1, 2007 - Dec. 31, 2007)
        Champion Pen of Three Lambs (R)
                                                            Division No. 538 - Cow & Calf
Division No. 522 - Market Lamb
                                                            Cow must be lactating & calf must be 250 days or less of age
Class Description
                                                                   Champion Cow-Calf (R)
       Market Lamb 90 lbs. and over
       Champion Market Lamb (BK, BN)                        Division No. 539 - Heifer Futurity #1
       Reserve Market Lamb (BN)
                                                                   Bred heifer (born Oct. 1 to Sept. 30 of previous year)
       Best Cochise County Bred & Fed Market Lamb (BN)
                                                            Division N. 540 - Heifer Futurity #2
Division No. 523 - Carcass Lamb
                                                                   Heifer exhibited with calf (heifer shown in 2008 Futurity)
       Carcass Lamb 90-135 lbs.
                                                                   (Place ribbons 1-6 and cash award 1-3)
       Champion Carcass Lamb (BK, BN)
       Reserve Carcass Lamb (BN)                            Division No. 541 - Prospect Steer
                                                                   Champion Prospect Steer (R)
Division No. 524 - Sheep Showmanship
Exhibitors in Showmanship Classes may show an animal from   Division No. 542 - Pen of Three Market Steers (all steers in
one of the breeding, prospect, or market classes.
                                                            each pen must be from the same 4-H Club or FFA chapter)
                                                                   Champion Pen of Three Steers (R)
Class Description
01    Junior Novice (9-13 years)                            Division No. 543 - Market Steer
02    Junior (9-13 years)
                                                            Class Description
      Champion Junior Sheep Showmanship (BK, RR)
                                                                   Market Steer 900 lbs. & over
      Reserve Junior Sheep Showmanship (R)
       rd th                                                       Champion Market Steer (BK,BN)
      3 -5 Place Ribbons
                                                                   Reserve Market Steer (BN)
03    Senior Novice (14-19 years)
                                                                   Best Cochise County Bred and Fed (BN)
04    Senior (14-19 years)
      Champion Senior Sheep Showmanship (BK, RR)            Division No. 544 - Carcass Steer
      Reserve Senior Sheep Showmanship (R)
       rd th                                                       Carcass Steer 1,050 lbs. & over
      3 -5 Place Ribbons
                                                                   Champion Steer Carcass (BK,BN)
                                                                   Reserve Steer Carcass (BN)
Division No. 545 - Beef Showmanship                             Division No. 557 - Meat Goat Showmanship
Exhibitors in beef showmanship classes may show an animal       Exhibitors in Showmanship Classes may show an animal from
from one of the market, breeding, or prospect classes.          one of the breeding, prospect, or market classes.

Class Description                                               Class Description
01    Junior Novice (9-13 years)                                01    Junior Novice (9-13 years)
02    Junior (9-13 years)                                       02    Junior (9-13 years)
      Champion Junior Beef Showmanship (BK, RR)                       Champion Junior Meat Goat Showmanship (BK, RR)
      Reserve Junior Beef Showmanship (R)                             Reserve Junior Meat Goat Showmanship (R)
       rd th                                                           rd th
      3 -5 Place Ribbons                                              3 -5 Place Ribbons
03    Senior Novice (14-19 years)                               03    Senior Novice (14-19 years)
04    Senior (14-19 years)                                      04    Senior (14-19 years)
      Champion Senior Beef Showmanship (BK, RR)                       Champion Senior Meat Goat Showmanship (BK, RR)
      Reserve Senior Beef Showmanship (R)                             Reserve Senior Meat Goat Showmanship (R)
       rd th                                                           rd th
      3 -5 Place Ribbons                                              3 -5 Place Ribbons


              MEAT GOAT DIVISIONS                                         DAIRY CATTLE DIVISIONS
These classes may be combined or divided at the                 If enough dairy cattle of a particular breed or type are
superintendent’s discretion. If enough goats of a particular    exhibited, sub-divisions may be established (Best of Breed
breed or type are exhibited, sub-divisions may be established   ribbons will be awarded if applicable).Open to 4-H and FFA
(Best of Breed ribbons will be awarded if applicable). Meat     members from adjoining counties.
Goat Breeds include: Boer, Spanish, Tennessee Meat Goat,
Kiko and their crosses. Bucks must be brought in prior to the   Division No. 560 - Dairy Heifer
show and then taken back home after the show. They will not     Class Description
be penned at the fair.                                          01     Junior Calf (calved January 1, 2009 - June 30, 2009)
                                                                02     Senior Calf (calved July 1, 2008 - December 31, 2008)
Division No. 551 - Meat Goat Doe                                03     Junior Yearling (calved Jan. 1, 2008 - June 30, 2008)
       Champion Meat Goat Doe (R, IRP)                          04     Senior Yearling (calved July 1, 2007 - Dec. 31, 2007)
       Reserve Meat Goat Doe (R)                                05     Cow-2 Years Old (calved July 1, 2006- June 30, 2007)
Division No. 552 - Meat Goat Buck                               06     Cow-3 Years Old (calved June 30, 2006 or before)
     Champion Meat Goat Buck (R, IRP)                           07     Dry Cow-Any Age, Having Freshened at Least Once
     Reserve Meat Goat Buck (R)                                        Champion Dairy Female (R, IRP)
                                                                       Reserve Dairy Female (R)
Class   Description
01      Kid 1-3 months (June 21, 2009 - Aug 20, 2009)           Division No. 561 - Dairy Cattle Showmanship
02      Kid 3-6 months (March 21, 2009 - June 20, 2009)         Class Description
03      Kid 6-9 months (Dec. 21, 2008 - March 20, 2009)         08     Junior Showmanship
04      Kid 9-12 months (Sept. 21, 2008 - Dec. 20, 2008)        09     Senior Showmanship
05      Yearling 12-18 months (March 21, 2008 - Sept. 20,              Champion Dairy Heifer Showmanship (BK, RR)
        2008)                                                          Reserve Dairy Heifer Showmanship (R)
                                                                        rd th
06      Yearling 18-24 months (Sept. 21, 2007 - March 20,              3 -5 Place Ribbons
        2008)
07      Two year old (Sept. 21 2006 - Sept. 20, 2007)
08      Aged (before Sept. 21, 2006)                                        DAIRY GOAT DIVISIONS
                                                                If enough dairy goats of a particular breed or type are
                                                                exhibited, sub-divisions may be established (Best of Breed
Division No. 553 - Prospect Market Goat Kid
                                                                ribbons will be awarded if applicable). Does over 24 months of
       Champion Prospect Market Goat (R)
                                                                age who have never freshened will be limited to showmanship
                                                                class only. Awards for udder placing will be made in milking
Division No. 554 - Pen of Three Market Goats
                                                                classes.
(All in pen must be from same 4-H Club or FFA Chapter)
        Champion Pen of Three Market Goats (R)                  Division No. 565 - Dairy Goat
                                                                Class Description
Division No. 555 - Market Goat
                                                                01     Baby Kid (June 1, 2009 - Aug. 30, 2009)
Class Description
                                                                02     Junior Kid (March 1, 2009 - May 30, 2009)
       Market Goat 70 lbs. and over
                                                                03     Senior Kid (Dec. 1, 2008 - Feb. 28, 2009)
       Champion Market Goat (BK, BN)
                                                                04     Junior Yearling (June 1, 2008 - Nov. 30, 2008)
       Reserve Market Goat (BN)
                                                                05     Senior Yearling (Sept. 24, 2007 - May 30, 2008)
       Best Cochise County Bred & Fed Market Goat (BN)
                                                                       Champion Junior Doe (R)
                                                                       Reserve Junior Doe (R)
Division No. 556 - Carcass Goat
                                                                06     Junior Milker (under two yrs of age in milk)
       Carcass Goat 70-120 lbs.
                                                                07     2 Year Milker (2 yrs & under 3 yrs in milk)
       Champion Goat Carcass (BK, BN)
                                                                08     Mature Milker (3 yrs & under 5 yrs in milk)
       Reserve Goat Carcass (BN)
09    Aged Doe (over 5 years of age in milk)                          Champion Senior Pygmy Goat Showmanship (BK, RR)
10    Dry Doe (any aged doe having freshened at least once)           Reserve Senior Pygmy Goat Showmanship (R)
                                                                       rd th
      Champion Senior Doe (R)                                         3 -5 Place Ribbons
      Reserve Senior Doe (R)
      Best Udder in Show (R)
      Supreme Doe (R, IRP)                                                      HORSE DIVISIONS
11    Owners Choice -Two does any age. Both does must be
                                                                The rules set forth in the 2009 Cochise County 4-H Horse
      owned by the exhibitor. Only one entry per class
                                                                Show Rules will prevail for the 4-H'ers participating in this
      Best of Show Owners Choice (R)
                                                                division. Use the 4-H/FFA Horse Show entry forms. Entry fees
                                                                are $3.00 each class. Roping classes require an additional
Division No. 566 - Dairy Goat Buck
                                                                $6.00 cattle/goat fee per class. Novice classes (+) are not
Class Description
                                                                eligible for champion awards and points will not count towards
01     Baby Kid (June 1, 2009 - Aug. 30, 2009)
                                                                hi-point awards. Class place ribbons 1-6.
02     Junior Kid (March 1, 2009 - May 30, 2009)
03     Senior Kid (Dec. 1, 2008 - Feb. 28, 2009)
                                                                English - Wednesday, 10 a.m.
04     Junior Yearling (June 1, 2008 - Nov. 30, 2008)
                                                                Western - Thursday, 9:30 a.m.
05     Senior Yearling (Sept. 24, 2007 - May 30, 2008)
                                                                Roping & Timed Events - Friday, 8:30 a.m.
       Champion Junior Buck (R)
       Reserve Junior Buck (R)                                  Division 580 - English Performance
       Champion Senior Buck (R)
       Reserve Senior Buck (R)
                                                                01    Jr. Showmanship in Hand
                                                                      Champion Jr. Showmanship in Hand (R, IRP)
Division 567 - Dairy Goat Showmanship
                                                                      Reserve Jr. Showmanship in Hand (R)
Class Description
                                                                02    Sr. Showmanship in Hand
01     Junior
                                                                      Champion Sr. Showmanship in Hand (R, IRP)
       Champion Junior Dairy Goat Showmanship (BK, RR)
                                                                      Reserve Sr. Showmanship in Hand (R)
       Reserve Junior Dairy Goat Showmanship (R)
        rd th                                                   03    Jr. Hunter Hack
       3 -5 Place Ribbons
                                                                04    Sr. Hunter Hack
02     Senior
                                                                05    +Novice Eq. Over Fences (18" cross rails)
       Champion Senior Dairy Goat Showmanship (BK, RR)
                                                                06    +Jr. & Sr. Eq. Over Fences (2')
       Reserve Senior Dairy Goat Showmanship (R)
        rd th                                                   07    +Jr. & Sr. Eq. Over Fences (2'6")
       3 -5 Place Ribbons
                                                                08    Jr. Eq. Over Fences (2'6")
                                                                09    Jr. Working Hunter (2'6")
Division 568 - Pack Goats
                                                                10    Sr. Eq. Over Fences (3')
       Champion Pack Goat (R)
                                                                11    Sr. Working Hunter (3')
       Reserve Pack Goat (R)
                                                                12    +Walk-Trot Hunt Seat Eq., Flat
                                                                13    +Novice Hunt Seat Eq., Flat
  Pack goats must be at an appropriate weight and height for
                                                                14    Jr. Hunt Seat Eq., Flat
  carrying a pack. Pack goats will be shown with their packs
                                                                15    Sr. Hunt Seat Eq., Flat
  on and judged over an obstacle course.
                                                                16    Jr. English Pleasure
                                                                17    Sr. English Pleasure
Division 569 - Angora Goat/Fleece
                                                                18    Jr. Bareback Equitation
       Champion Fleece (R)
                                                                19    Sr. Bareback Equitation

                                                                      Hi Point Junior English Performance (BK)
           PYGMY GOAT DIVISIONS                                       Reserve Hi Point Junior English Performance (R)
                                                                      Hi Point Senior English Performance (BK)
All classes may be divided or combined depending on                   Reserve Hi Point Senior English Performance (R)
numbers entered. If enough pygmy goats of a particular breed
or type are exhibited, sub-divisions may be established (Best   Division 581 - Western Performance
of Breed ribbons will be awarded if applicable).                Class Description
                                                                01     Colts & Fillies of 2009
Division No. 570 – Pygmy Goat                                   02     Colts and Fillies of 2008
Class Description                                               03     Geldings and Fillies of 2007
01     Wethers                                                  04     Aged Mares
02     Registered Does                                                 Champion Mare (R, IRP)
03     Unregistered Does                                               Reserve Mare (R)
       Champion Pygmy Goat (R, IRP)                             05     Aged Geldings
       Reserve Pygmy Goat (R)                                          Champion Gelding (R, IRP)
                                                                       Reserve Gelding (R)
Division No. 571 – Pygmy Goat Showmanship                       06     +Novice Showmanship
Class Description                                               07     Jr. Showmanship
01     Junior (9-13 years)                                             Champion Jr. Western Showmanship (R, IRP)
       Champion Junior Pygmy Goat Showmanship (BK, RR)                 Reserve Jr. Western Showmanship (R)
       Reserve Junior Pygmy Goat Showmanship (R)                08     Senior Showmanship
        rd th
       3 -5 Place Ribbons                                              Champion Sr. Western Showmanship (R, IRP)
02     Senior (14-19)                                                  Reserve Sr. Western Showmanship (R)
09    +Walk – Trot Western Pleasure                        06   Sr. Heading Team Roping
10    +Novice Western Pleasure                             07   Jr. Heeling Team Roping
11    Jr. Western Pleasure                                 08   Sr. Heeling Team Roping
12    Sr. Western Pleasure                                 09   +Novice Barrel Racing
13    +Walk – Trot Equitation                              10   Jr. Barrel Racing
14    +Novice Equitation                                   11   Sr. Barrel Racing
15    Jr. Equitation                                       12   +Novice Pole Bending
16    Sr. Equitation                                       13   Jr. Pole Bending
17    Jr. Western Riding                                   14   Sr. Pole Bending
18    Sr. Western Riding                                   15   Jr. Goat Tying
19    Jr. Reining                                          16   Sr. Goat Tying
20    Sr. Reining
21    Jr. Trail                                                 Hi Point Junior Roping (R, IRP)
22    Sr. Trail                                                 Reserve Hi Point Junior Roping (R)
23    Jr. Bareback                                              Hi Point Senior Roping (R, IRP)
24    Sr. Bareback                                              Reserve Hi Point Senior Roping (R)

      Hi Point Junior Western Performance (BK)                  Hi Point Junior Timed Events (R, IRP)
      Reserve Hi Point Junior Western Performance (R)           Reserve Hi Point Junior Timed Events (R)
      Hi Point Senior Western Performance (BK)                  Hi Point Senior Timed Events (R, IRP)
      Reserve Hi Point Senior Western Performance (R)           Reserve Hi Point Senior Timed Events (R)

Division No. 582 - Roping & Timed Events                        Overall Hi Point Junior Roping &Timed Events (BK)
Class Description                                               Overall Hi Point Senior Roping &Timed Events (BK)
01     Jr. Breakaway Calf Roping
02     Sr. Breakaway Calf Roping
03     Jr. Tie Down Calf Roping
04     Sr. Tie Down Calf Roping
05     Jr. Heading Team Roping




LARGE LIVESTOCK ROUND-ROBIN SHOWMANSHIP
    Junior Champion Large Livestock Round Robin (R, IRP)
    Junior Reserve Large Livestock Round Robin (R)
     rd   th
    3 – 6 place ribbons
    Senior Champion Large Livestock Round Robin (R, IRP)
    Senior Reserve Large Livestock Round Robin (R)
     rd   th
    3 – 6 place ribbons

SUPREME CHAMPION ROUND-ROBIN SHOWMANSHIP
    Junior Supreme Showmanship (BK)
    Junior Reserve Supreme Showmanship (R)
    Senior Supreme Showmanship (BK)
    Senior Reserve Supreme Showmanship (R)
                                     THANK YOU!
                    2008 COCHISE COUNTY FAIR 4-H & FFA SUPPORTERS!

LIVESTOCK BUYERS                        Richard Searle - Cochise County           Donald Thompson
71 Bar Cattle Co./Walking Spear Ranch   Supervisor                                Dr. & Mrs. Ed Gomez
A-3 Cattle                              Ron Power Farm                            Dr. George & Lucia Spikes
Ag Tech Products                        Ruegg Farms                               Dusty & Jeanette Pierce
Allen’s Well Service, LLC               Running N Bar Ranch                       Eagle Asphalt
Arizona Concrete and Aggregate          Rutherford Diversified Industries, Inc.   El Coronado Ranch
Arizona Production Machinery & Supply   S & G Enterprise                          Elizabeth W. Ames
Benson Feed & Supply                    San Ysidro Farm (Nathan & Jackie          Farm Bureau
Bidco Construction                      Watkins)                                  Farwest Pump Co.
Bidegain’s Express                      Scott McCune                              Fenn Ag Co
Bonita Grain Company                    Security Fence                            Fertizona
Bryce & Karen Freeman                   Shelley Patton                            Forsyth Family
C Bar Ranch - Robin & Valerie Riggs     Sierra Farming                            Frank & Dolores Molina
Carquest Auto Parts – Benson            Southern Arizona Auto Co. of Douglas      Frontier Fitness Club
Charlotte Smith                         Southwest Gas                             Gail Griffin, Candidate State House #25
Charmayne Minjares                      Southwest Irrigation                      Gary Greenough
Cochise County Fair Association         Stockmen’s Realty                         Glenda (Bunny) Gorball
Coronado Winery                         Sunbelt Marketing, Inc.                   GW & Katie Eastman
DDD Farms                               Sunrise American Indian Horse Ranch       Robert (Chuck) & Pati Fickett
Devin Fenn                              Sunset Farms                              Harguess Realty
Dr. & Mrs. Ed Gomez                     T & T Farms                               Hunt Brothers Brangus
Dustin Despain & Associates LLC         Tod & Teresa Richards                     J.T. & Margaret Haas
Dusty A Ranch                           Versitile Construction                    J.W. & Aline Flowers/Rhiannon Trucking
Dusty Acres Sheep                       Western Cerro LLC                         Jana Selchow
Eagle Asphalt                           Willcox Livestock Auction                 Jean Dovers
Elite Scales and Services LLC           William & Ruthan Thwaits                  JEMS Feed
Farwest Pump Co.                                                                  Jim Hicks & Co.
Fenn Ag Co                              LIVESTOCK ADD-ON DONORS                   John & Ellie Vaughn
Fertizona                               71 Bar Cattle Co./Walking Spear Ranch     John Foster
FICO                                    A & J Farms                               Jyme & Billie Stoner
Food City                               Ag Tech Products                          Kelly D. Colbert
Freedom Ford                            Ann & Pat English                         Kuhn Farms
Gary Greenough                          APS - Don Hudgins                         Larry & Sandy Ludwig
GW & Katie Eastman                      Arizona Grain Inc.                        Long Realty-Benson
Harley Hendricks Realty                 Arizona Production Machinery & Supply     Lourdes Mora
High Desert Masonry                     B & B Feeds/Liberty Bell Ranch            Lyn & Brenda Hall
J & W Enterprise                        Bales Livestock                           Lynne Carr
Jacque Accomazzo                        Betty Jo (Honey) Nicholson                M & M Farms
Jan & Randy Groth                       Bidegain’s Express                        M & M Irrigation
JEMS Feed                               Billy & Shelley Thompson                  M Triangle Ranch
Jim Conlogue                            Black Ranch                               Maddux & Sons, Inc.
Jim's Electric                          Bonita Bean                               Maid Rite Feeds
John Oberreuter                         Bonita Grain Company                      Marc & Shirl Negus
Johnson’s A 2 Z Roofing                 Breneman Farm                             MCC Club Lambs & Goats
Jolynn Wade                             Brewers Truck Repair                      Melba Wilkes
Judge Joe Knoblock                      Butch & Jo Ellsworth                      Michael Skiles-Justice of the Peace
Kelly Colbert                           C Bar Ranch - Robin & Valerie Riggs       Michelle Cardenas
Kennedy Kleaning Supplies               Cargill/Eagle Milling Co.                 Morin Ranch
Klump Ranches                           Cassy Salmon                              Noland Corriente
Kuhn Farms                              Cathe Shelton                             Nutra Blend
Kyle & Karen Evenson                    C-C Ranch                                 Pat & Mike Ortega
Lang-Wyatt                              Central Implement Inc                     Penny Fletcher
Luke Reynolds Bowen                     Charles & Alexa Goodson                   Power Ranch
Lyn & Brenda Hall                       Cheryl Person                             Rancho Bravo
M & M Farms                             Christian Salivar                         Red Rock Feeding
Maddux & Sons, Inc                      Claudia Elliott                           Representative Manuel V. (Manny)
Maid Rite Feeds                         Clint & Susan Maddux                      Alvarez
Michael Skiles-Justice of the Peace     Cody & Dick Eastman                       Revas Western Ware
Nelson Construction                     Collin's Farms                            Richard Arzate
Noland Corriente                        Dairy Queen Southern AZ                   Richard V. Frank
Norm Bradley                            Dave & Norma Helton                       Rick & Carol Yanchus
OK Feed & Supply                        David Arzate Jr.                          Rob & Sue Krentz DBA Krentz Ranch
PAL Embrodery                           DeWitt Stables                            Robert Benson
Palominas Country Store                 Diamond V Mills                           Ron Power Farm
Rancho El Mezquital                     Diamond Z Farms                           Rustic Rooster LLC/Chiricuhua Trucking
                                        DiPeso Realty & Appraisal-Benson          Rutherford Diversified Industries, Inc.
Scott & Helen Lehman                   Robert Kennedy                           Wal-Mart of Douglas
Shelton Ranches                        Ron & Trescia Power                      SHEEP
Sheriff Larry Dever                    Shelton Ranches                          Arizona Production Machinery & Supply,
Skaarer Brangus                        Southern Arizona Auto Co.                Inc.
Smith Ford-Lordsburg                   SSVEC                                    Ron & Margaret Bemis
Southwest Irrigation                   Valley Telecom Group                     Double Adobe 4-H Club
SSVEC                                  Whitewater Irrigation                    Headquarters West, Ltd.
Stronghold Feeds                       Theresa Tolly                            San Simon Roadrunners 4-H Club
Sunset Farms                                                                    Andrew Terry, CPA
Swans HTG & Cooling                    FAIR AWARD DONORS                        SWINE
T & T Farms                            ARTS & CRAFTS                            APS
Terry Brothers Farms                   Au’Authum Ki, Inc.                       Cochise Credit Union
The Grainery                           Rutherford Diversified Industries        David Collins Farms
Thomas Products Inc.                   SAHBA                                    Fertizona
Tim & Cheryl Terry                     Southwest Desert Images                  Headquarters West, Ltd.
Twin Lakes Golf Course                 Don Spiva                                Maid Rite Feeds
Unrast Angus                           Wal-Mart of Douglas                      Pat & Susan Wade
Valley Telephone Cooperative           BEEF                                     WOODWORKING, WELDING &
Walking Spear Enterprises/Cory & Pam   Joe Bidegain Sr. Memorial                GARDENING
  DiPeso                               Cochise County Farm Bureau               Cochise County Planning
Wayne & Dorothy Orr                    Florence Snure Memorial                  Maddux & Sons Inc.
Wells Fargo                            Mary Magoffin Memorial                   Wal-Mart of Douglas
Whitewater Irrigation                  Maid Rite Feeds                          SATURDAY MOVIE NIGHT
Willcox Real Estate                    Shelton Ranches                          Cox Communications
William & Neta LaQuey                  Willcox Cowbelles                        BUCKLE DISCOUNT
William & Ruthan Thwaits               DOG                                      Marlin’s Saddle Shop
Young’s Press                          Cochise County Farm Bureau               PRINTING SUPPORT
YY Ranch-David & Tina Thompson         RSC Equipment Rental                     Young’s Press
Zane Webster                           Rutherford Diversified Industries        Douglas Unified School District
                                       SAHBA                                    LARGE LIVESTOCK AUCTIONEERS
SMALL STOCK BUYERS                     FOOD PREPARATION,                        Tom Bill Black
Alan Kemp                              PRESERVATION & CAKE                      Willcox Livestock Auction -Scott
Armando Moreno                         DECORATING                               McDaniels
Azael Perez                            AzConAgg                                 SMALL STOCK AUCTIONEER
Cassandra Keith                        Maddux & Sons Inc.                       Bruce Tingle
Drummond Family                        RSC Equipment Rental                     ANNOUNCER
Duff Inc.                              Wal-Mart of Douglas                      KDAP Radio Station-Howard Henderson
Flint & Kristina Barney                HORSE                                    BUYER LUNCHEON SPONSORS
Goin’ to Grandma’s                     APS                                      Big Tex BBQ
Irene Charette                         Arizona Production Machinery & Supply,   Simflo Pumps
Itty Bitty Ranch                       Inc.                                     Southwest Gas
James Irwin                            FICO                                     LUNCHEON COORDINATOR
JEMS Feed                              Gilbert Technical Services, Inc.         Lisa Watkins
Jen Barnett                            Rutherford Diversified Industries        OTHER LUNCHEON
JMJ Electronics Radio Shack            MEAT GOAT                                DONORS/HELPERS
Mark & Shelley Michaels                Troy Garey, DMD                          Benson FFA
Mustangman Creations                   Headquarters West, Ltd.                  Bidegain’s Express
Paula Halicki                          Mike & Pat Ortega                        David & Diane Campas
Roger Charette                         Rutherford Diversified Industries        Cochise County Fair Association
Ron Schmieder                          Lyle Wright Family                       Cox Communications
Teresa Richards                        PHOTOGRAPHY & FINE ARTS                  Dr. Edward & Linda Gomez
                                       Fertizona                                Nicole Mariscal
SMALL STOCK ADD-ON DONORS              Casey Jones                              Ocatavio Otero
Alan Kemp                              Kevin Jorgenson                          Mr. & Mrs. James Selchow
Armando Moreno                         T.K. McCutcheon                          Christo Visser
Bidegain’s Express                     Wal-Mart of Douglas                      George Watkins
Bonita Bean Company                    Willcox Real Estate Co.                  Nathan Watkins
Dairy Queen of Southern AZ             POULTRY, PIGEON, WATERFOWL               Mel Young
Diamond Z Farms-Zamudio Family         Berg’s Heating & Air Conditioning        Gilbert Zamudio
Fenn Ag Company                        Casey Jones                              CARCASS CONTEST
Flint & Kristina Barney                Duff, Inc. Electrical Contractors        John Marchello
James Irwin                            Fertizona                                RESALE BUYERS
Jean Dovers                            RABBIT & CAVY                            Beck’s Hog Farm
JEMS Feed                              Cochise County Farm Bureau               John Marchello
JMJ Electronics Radio Shack            Hunt Brothers Brangus Cattle Co.         TRUCKING COMPANIES
Larry & Sandy Ludwig                   Maid Rite Feeds                          Bidegain’s Express
Maid Rite Feeds                        Kenneth & Dorothy McDonald               M & M Trucking
Mark & Shelley Michaels                Valley Telecom Group                     OVERALL SUPPORT
MCC Club Lambs                         SEWING, QUILTING &                       Cochise County Fair Association
Michael Skiles-Justice of the Peace    NEEDLECRAFTS
Mike & Connie Forsyth                  Alma Hunt enterprises
Richard Frank                          Cochise County-Rick Corley
             4-H & FFA 2009 Sponsors
     Add the Sparkle to the Cochise County Fair
                          As of June 2009

                 Supreme Champion Sponsors


                   Grand Champion Sponsors
                          Fertizona

                     Best of Show Sponsors
                     Ron & Margaret Bemis
                      Berg’s Heating & Air
                      Maddux & Sons, Inc
                        Smith Ford, Inc

                    Blue Ribbon Sponsors
                     Cochise Credit Union
                      Dos Cabezas Boers
              Duff, Inc. Electrical Constructors
                      Troy L. Garey DMD
 Alma Hunt-Cochise College Building Construction Technology
                 Springfield Oaks Saanens
                      Andrew Terry, CPA
                      Pat & Susan Wade
                          Lyle Wright




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