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					                          EXHIBITOR
                          HANDBOOK
              Welcome to the Siskiyou Golden Fair!
                     August 8 – 12, 2007
Thank you for participating in the fair this year.     Hours of the Fair
We hope that you find all the information that           Wednesday       5:00 PM to 12:00 AM
you looking for in this year’s handbook; if you          Thursday through Saturday
need any assistance at all please feel free to                           8:00 AM to 12:00 AM
contact the fair office at 842-2767.                     Sunday          8:00 AM to 8:00 PM

         You will find this little “new” sign          Gate Admission & Parking
         throughout the book for new items:              Wednesday (for all)                  Free
        rules, divisions, classes, etc. The              General (13 yrs through 61 yrs)      $6.00
following is some general information that               Senior (62 yrs and older)            $4.00
we have incorporated into this year’s                    Child (6 yrs through 12 yrs)         $2.00
Exhibitor Handbook to try to make it more                Child (5 yrs and under)              Free
user friendly.                                           Season Pass (parents of junior livestock
                                                             exhibitors and leaders only)     $12.00
                                                         Pre-Sale Admission (pack of 5)       $20.00
          GENERAL INFORMATION
                                                         Parking                              Free
ATM – An automatic teller machine is located           Special Days at the Fair
on the corner of the Fine Arts Building.                 Wednesday        – Community Night
                                                         Thursday         – Kids Day
Awards - Award donors are listed at the                  Friday           – Senior Day
beginning of each department.                            Saturday         – Western Day
                                                         Sunday           – Family Day
Information Booth (Information, Lost
Children, Lost & Found) – The Fair’s                   Carnival “Pay One Price” Wristbands
Information Booth is located just north of the         Good for everyday ALL DAY!
gazebo.                                                   Pre Sale                   $15.00
                                                          During Fair                $25.00
Wheelchairs – Wheelchairs are available at
                                                       Exhibit Building Hours
the front office on a first come, first serve basis.
                                                         Wednesday        5:00 PM to 10:00 PM
                                                         Thursday through Saturday
Theme – The 2007 Fair theme is “Hometown
                                                                          11:00 AM to 10:00 PM
Pride Shared County Wide” submitted by Bob
                                                         Sunday           11:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Young of Yreka. Congratulations Bob!
                                   EXHIBITOR’S “HOW TO” PAGE
                        Have you always wanted to enter an item into the annual fair??
                         Here is a step-by-step guide to assist you in doing just that.

STEP 1: Obtain an Exhibitor Handbook
The handbook is located on our website (www.sisqfair.com), at the fair office and at various other businesses in Siskiyou
County (contact the fair office 842-2767 for exact locations). The handbook is usually available starting mid May of each
year.

STEP 2: Review the Exhibitor Handbook
Read through the state and local rules. All major changes will be noted with a NEW!! notation in front of the rule. There is
a table of contents that breaks down the handbook so it is easier to determine between Junior (17 and under) and Senior
(18 and over, unless the class is not offered in the Junior section), to locate the department and classes that are available
to be entered.

STEP 3: Obtain an Entry Form
The entry form is available on our website (www.sisqfair.com) or inside of each Exhibitor Handbook. You may make as
many copies of these as needed. A separate entry form is required for each department (i.e. Home Arts, Floriculture, Arts
& Crafts, Livestock, Horse Show, etc.)

STEP 4: Complete the Entry Form
The entry form needs to be completed in full. Please mark the section Junior or Senior that you are entering and enter all
personal information such as name, address, date of birth, etc. Enter the Division and Class numbers for the item(s) that
you wish to enter (these are located in the Exhibitor’s Handbook). Fill in a description of the item (i.e. class is painting,
description would be mountain) and if an entry fee/drug fee is applicable. Be sure to sign the form stating that you have
read, understand and agree to abide by the rules and release liability from the fair regarding the item entered. Make a
copy of the entry form for your records, to keep costs down the fair will not provide you with a copy.

STEP 5: Turn in the Entry Form to the Fair Office
Entry forms are due in the fair office no later than 5:00 PM or post marked per the following schedule:
                       th
        Friday, July 6            Feature Booths
                         th
        Friday, July 13           Arts & Crafts, Home Arts, Horse Shows, Livestock (including Rabbits & Poultry),
                                  Vocational-Education Department
                         th
        Friday, July 20           Ag-Hort, Mailboxes, Floriculture
Entry forms may be hand delivered, mailed or dropped through the slot in the front door of the office. Entry forms
received after the deadline cannot be accepted.

STEP 6: Deliver the Exhibit Entered
You bring your item to the fairgrounds on the dates and times specified in the Exhibitor’s Handbook; there will be signage
to determine which building to go to. For still exhibits you will be given a claim tag upon delivery. The item will then stay
on the grounds until the fair is officially over (Sunday at 8:00 PM).

STEP 7: Visit the Fair
Come to the fair and view your item being displayed. See if you received a ribbon and tell all your friends! See the
department section on the specific time of judging.

STEP 8: Pick up your Item and Awards (if applicable)
Between 8:00 PM and 9:00 PM on the Sunday of the fair and the following Monday from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM, you are
able to pick up your item that was entered. For still exhibits, be sure to bring your claim tag to turn in. You will go to the
department that your item was displayed to pick it up. If you received a ribbon on your item be sure to check with the
department supervisor or building clerks about award checks.

                   Should you have any questions at all please don’t hesitate to contact our office
                                    at 842-2767 or by email info@sisqfair.com.

                                We look forward to seeing you and your item at the fair!!


                                              Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
            2007 GRANDSTAND ENTERTAINMENT

 WEDNESDAY – AUGUST 8TH                            THURSDAY – AUGUST 9TH
SISKIYOU SUPERSTAR SHOW                             BILLY CURRINGTON &
          8:00PM




  FRIDAY – AUGUST 10TH
WARREN BARFIELD - 8:00 PM
                                                    BLAKE SHELTON - 8:00 PM

                                                  SATURDAY – AUGUST 11TH
                                                    CCPRA/NPRA RODEO
                                                         7:30 PM



  SUNDAY – AUGUST 12TH
   DESTRUCTION DERBY
        4:00 PM



                                                  OTHER EXCITEMENT!!
                                                Humphrey’s Barnyard of Fun
                                                         Kid’s Town
                                                John Ivan Palmer – Hypnotist
                                               The Great American Petting Zoo

                    Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
                                STATE OFFICIALS
              Arnold Schwarzenegger                Governor, State of California
                       Sam Aanestad                Senator, 4th District
                        Doug LaMalfa               Assembly, 2nd District
                      A.G. Kawamura                Secretary, Department of Food & Ag
                      Michael Tracey               Director, Division of Fairs & Expos

                              BOARD OF DIRECTORS
                   TH
              10        DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION
                     Darrin Mercier (Montague), President
                     Jalene Forbis (Weed), Vice-President
                 Clancy Dutra (Yreka)      Brandon Fawaz (Fort Jones)
           Bill Freckman (Fort Jones)      Judd Hanna (Etna)
              Betty Kaae (Fort Jones)      Michael Pavlik (Yreka)
                             Paul Willis (Grenada)

                 JUNIOR FAIR BOARD OF DIRECTORS
                   TH
              10 DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION
        Lacy Hanna (Etna), President             Ashley Parry (Etna), Vice-President
Shasta Hinkle (Fort Jones), Secretary            Aubrey Freckman (Greenview), Historian
 Christy Carter (Fort Jones), Reporter           Catie Allen (Yreka)
                Sara Cabitto (Gazelle)           Mitchell Eastlick (Greenview)
           Alexandra Hart (Montague)             Brittany Huff (Grenada)
            Kathleen Joling (Grenada)            Kacey Munson (Greenview)
          Taylor Pehle-Munson (Etna)             Brittney Potter (Greenview)
                      Elli Pynes (Etna)          Kristi Regennitter (Yreka)
          Samantha Stegall (Gazelle)             Samantha Vasey (Yreka)

                ADMINISTRATIVE & MAINTENANCE STAFF
                 Rebecca Desmond                   Chief Executive Officer
                       Michelle Eiler              Business Assistant
              John “Duke” Waggoner                 Senior Maintenance
                          Mike Luiz                Maintenance Worker

                          DEPARTMENT SUPERVISORS
               Agriculture-Horticulture            Kelly Bear
                    Fine Arts & Crafts             Nancy Bowen
                           Floriculture            Lynne Schafer
                            Home Arts              Margaret Atwood
                         Horse Shows               Robin Wood
                             Livestock             Dena Griffin
                    Poultry & Rabbits              Noel Sweet
                                Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
               EXHIBITOR HANDBOOK – TABLE OF CONTENTS
                                      PAGE                                                          PAGE
GENERAL INFORMATION                                          Poultry…………………………….
  Auction Information……………...                                Quilts & Quilted Items…………..
  Board of Directors……………….                                  Rabbits……………………………
  Deadlines (entry form)…………..                               Sheep……………………………..
  Department Supervisors………..                                Special Contest.…………………
  Entertainment……………………                                      Table Settings/Baskets…………
  Entry Form……………………….                Insert                JUNIOR DEPARTMENT
  Entry Form Deadlines…………..                                 Agriculture……………………….
  Entry Receiving Schedule………                                Auction Information……………..
  Fair Staff………………………….                                      Beef……………………………….
  General Fair Information….…….                              Cavy………………………………
  Help/How to Page………….……                                    Clothing & Textiles (sewing)……
  Judge List…..…………………….                                     Dairy Cattle……………………....
  Judging Schedule……………….                                    Feature Booths…………………..
  Junior Fair Board………………..                                  Fine Arts………………………….
  Livestock Weigh-In Schedule…..                             Floriculture……………………….
  Notice to Exhibitors……………...                               Foods – Baked…………………..
  Rules – Local…………………….                                     Foods – Preserved………………
     Protests………………………..                                     Goats……………………………..
  Rules – State…………………….                                     Hobby & Crafts…………………..
     General Rules for All Dept…..                           Home Furnishings……………….
     Livestock Department………..                               Horse Show………………………
     Animal Health Rules………….                                Livestock Department…………..
     Horse Show Department…….                                     Code of Conduct……………
     Judging Standards……………                                       Code of Conduct Protocol…
  Special Kids Rodeo Entry Form.                                  Show Ring Etiquette............
  State Officials…………………….                                   Photography……………………..
SENIOR DEPARTMENT (18 and older)                             Poultry…………………………….
NOTE: Juniors are allowed to enter into the                  Rabbits……………………………
Senior Department only if the class is not                   Sheep……………………………..
offered in the Junior Department.                            Showcase Program……………..
  Ag-Hort……………………………                                         Showmanship……………………
  Beef……………………………….                                          Showmanship Order…………….
  Cavy………………………………                                           Showmanship Pee Wee………..
  Clothing & Textiles (sewing)……                             Special Contest.………………...
  Dairy Cattle………………………                                      Swine……………………………..
  Feature Booths………………….                                     Table Settings/Baskets…………
  Fine Arts………………………….                                       Vocational-Ed……………………
  Floriculture……………………….                                    PRIMARY DEPARTMENT (5 to 8)
  Foods – Baked…………………..                                     Agriculture………………………..
  Foods – Preserved………………                                    Baked Foods…………………….
  Hobby & Crafts…………………..                                    Clothing & Textiles (sewing)……
  Home Brews & Wines…………..                                   Fine Arts…...……………………..
  Horse Show………………………                                        Floriculture……………………….
  Mailbox Contest………………….                                    Hobby & Crafts…………………..
  Photography……………………..                                      Preserved Foods………………...

                                    Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
                                       ENTRY FORM DEADLINES
Entry forms for either Senior or Junior Departments must be received at the fair office by 5:00 PM or
officially postmarked no later than the date indicated or the exhibit will not be accepted. Entry Forms
received after the deadline will be disregarded.
NOTE: If you wait until the deadline day to have your entry form postmarked, make sure that you
have it hand-marked by the local post office. If not, there is a chance it will not be marked until it gets
to the Redding Post Office the following day and your entry form will not be accepted.
     DEPARTMENT            ENTRY FORM DEADLINE                         DEPARTMENT            ENTRY FORM DEADLINE
   Ag-Hort                  Friday July 20, 2007                    Home Furnishings          Friday July 13, 2007
   Beef                     Friday July 13, 2007                    Horse Show                Friday July 13, 2007
   Cavy                     Friday July 13, 2007                    Mail Box Contest          Friday July 20, 2007
   Clothing & Textiles      Friday July 13, 2007                    Photography               Friday July 13, 2007
   Dairy Cattle             Friday July 13, 2007                    Poultry                   Friday July 13, 2007
   Feature Booths           Friday July 6, 2007                     Rabbits                   Friday July 13, 2007
   Fine Arts                Friday July 13, 2007                    Sheep                     Friday July 13, 2007
   Floriculture             Friday July 20, 2007                    Showmanship               Friday July 13, 2007
   Foods – Baked            Friday July 13, 2007                    Special Facilities        Friday July 13, 2007
   Foods – Preserved        Friday July 13, 2007                    Swine                     Friday July 13, 2007
   Goats                    Friday July 13, 2007                    Table Settings/Baskets    Friday July 13, 2007
   Hobby & Crafts           Friday July 13, 2007                    Vocational-Ed             Friday July 13, 2007
   Home Brews & Wines       Friday July 13, 2007


               RECEIVING EXHIBITS AND JUDGING INFORMATION
      DEPARTMENT                         RECEIVING                     DELIVIER EXHIBIT TO           JUDGING
                                        DATE & TIME                                                DATE & TIME
Ag-Hort (Jr & Sr)               Tues     8/7   8 AM – 6 PM            Ag-Hort Building        Wed        8/8       8 AM
Arts (Jr & Sr)                   Sat     8/4   8 AM – 6 PM            Winema Hall              Sun       8/5       8 AM
Beef                            Tues     8/7   8 AM – 8 PM            Livestock Area (Jr.)     Fri      8/10       9 AM
                                Wed      8/8   8 AM – 4 PM                           (Sr.)     Fri       After Jr. Show
Cavy – meat pens                Wed      8/8  8 AM – 12 PM            Poultry/Rabbit Barn     Thurs      8/9       9 AM
Clothing & Textiles (Jr & Sr)    Sat     8/4   8 AM – 6 PM            Home Arts Building       Sun       8/5       9 AM
Dairy Cattle (Jr & Sr)          Tues     8/7   8 AM – 8 PM            Livestock Area (Jr.)    Wed        8/8     5:30 PM
                                Wed      8/8   8 AM – 4 PM                           (Sr.)    Wed        After Jr. Show
Draft & Mule Show                Sat    8/11     1:30 PM              Equestrian Complex       Sat      8/11       1:30
                                                                                                                    PM
Feature Booths                  Completed by Mon. 8/6 6 PM Ag-Hort Building                   Wed        8/8      10 AM
Floriculture (Jr & Sr)          Tues      8/7    8 AM – 6 PM      Floral Building             Wed        8/8       8 AM
Foods – Baked (Jr & Sr)         Tues      8/7    8 AM – 6 PM      Home Arts Building          Wed        8/8       8 AM
Foods – Preserved (Jr & Sr)     Tues      8/7    8 AM – 6 PM      Ag-Hort Building            Wed        8/8       8 AM
Goats (Jr)                      Tues      8/7    8 AM – 8 PM      Livestock Area              Thurs      8/9     after Jr.
                                Wed       8/8    8 AM – 4 PM      Livestock Area                                  Sheep
Hobby & Crafts (Jr & Sr)         Sat      8/4    8 AM – 6 PM      Winema Hall                  Sun       8/5       8 AM
Home Brews & Wines              Tues      8/7    8 AM – 6 PM      Home Arts Building          Wed        8/8       6 PM
Horse Show (Jr)                  Sat      8/4       8 AM          Equestrian Complex           Sat       8/4       8 AM
Horse Show (Sr – Halter)         Sat     8/11       8 AM          Equestrian Complex           Sat      8/11       8 AM
Horse Show (Sr – Perform)       Sun      8/12       8 AM          Equestrian Complex           Sun      8/12       8AM
Mail Box Contest                Mon       8/6    8 AM – 6 PM      Ag-Hort Building            Wed        8/8      11 AM
Photography (Jr & Sr)            Sat      8/4    8 AM – 6 PM      Winema Hall                  Sun       8/5       8AM
Poultry (Jr & Sr)               Wed       8/8   12 PM – 4 PM Poultry/Rabbit Barn (Jr.)        Wed        8/8       5 PM
     *Note – there will be a poultry inspection required at the time of check in.   (Sr.)          After Jr. Show
Quilts (Jr & Sr)                Sat       8/4    8 AM – 6 PM      Home Arts Building           Sun       8/5      10 AM
Rabbits – meat pens             Wed       8/8   8 AM – 12 PM Poultry/Rabbit Barn              Thurs      8/9       9 AM
Rabbits – other breeds          Wed       8/8    8 AM – 4 PM      Poultry/Rabbit Barn         Thurs      8/9       9 AM
Rabbits – ARBA Open Show         Sat     8/11        8AM          Poultry/Rabbit Barn          Sat      8/11       8 AM

                                           Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
CONTINUED FROM THE PREVIOUS PAGE
      DEPARTMENT                 RECEIVING                          DELIVIER EXHIBIT TO             JUDGING
                                DATE & TIME                                                        DATE & TIME
Round Robin – Large Animal                                         Main Show Ring             Sat     8/11   6 PM
Round Robin – Small Animal                                         Livestock Area             Sat     8/11   4 PM
Sewing (Jr & Sr)            Sat  8/4   8 AM – 6 PM                 Home Arts Building         Sun      8/5   9 AM
Sheep (Jr & Sr)            Tues  8/7   8 AM – 8 PM                 Livestock Area (Sr.)      Thurs     8/9   9 AM
                           Wed   8/8   8 AM – 4 PM                 Livestock Area (Jr.)      Thurs     8/9   1 PM
Showmanship                                                        See specific species judging times.
Showmanship – Peewee        Sat 8/11      4 PM                     Livestock Area             Sat     8/11   5 PM
Swine                      Tues  8/7   8 AM – 8 PM                 Livestock Area            Thurs     8/9   9 AM
                           Wed   8/8     By 8 AM
Table Settings/Baskets     Tues  8/7   8 AM – 6 PM                 Home Arts Building           Wed      8/8     8 AM


                                               JUDGE LIST
     DEPARTMENT                         JUDGE                              DEPARTMENT                     JUDGE
Ag-Hort                  Pam Roultier                                  Home Brews               Jim Orazem
Arts & Crafts            Ed Beier                                      Horse Shows              Craig Williams (Sr only)
Beef                     David Dillabo                                 Mail Box Contest         Shari Kaufner
Cavy                     Cathy Szychulda                               Photography              Lee Hebner
Clothing & Textiles      Virginia Bailey & Gayle Calson                Poultry                  Doris Galewick
Dairy Cattle             TBA                                           Quilts & Quilted Items   Scarlett Rose
Feature Booths           Pam Roultier                                  Rabbits                  Cathy Szychulda
Floriculture             Josie Raymond & Rose Schneider                Sheep                    David Downs
Flower Gardens           Yreka Garden Club                             Showmanship              See Species Judge
Foods – Baked            Doreen Bradshaw                               Swine                    Rick Neugebauer
Foods – Preserved        Sharon Williams                               Table Settings/Baskets   ESA Sorority
Goats                    David Downs                                   Wines                    Terry & Jean Weathers


               LIVESTOCK WEIGH-IN & PREG CHECK SCHEDULE
PRE WEIGH-IN (UNOFFICIAL WEIGHTS)
          SPECIES                                        DATE                                         TIME
Beef, Sheep & Swine               Tuesday                            August 7, 2007                4 PM – 6 PM

WEIGH-IN (OFFICIAL WEIGHTS)
          SPECIES                                        DATE                                         TIME
Market Swine                           Wednesday                     August 8, 2007                9 AM – 1 PM
Market Rabbits                         Wednesday                     August 8, 2007               12 PM – 2 PM
Bred Replacement Beef Heifers          Wednesday                     August 8, 2007               11 AM – 12 PM
Market Beef                            Wednesday                     August 8, 2007               12 PM – 2 PM
Market Sheep                           Wednesday                     August 8, 2007                2 PM – 4 PM
Market Poultry                         Wednesday                     August 8, 2007               12 PM – 3 PM

PREG-CHECK
                      SPECIES                                    DATE                                    TIME
Bred Dairy Heifers & Bred Beef Replacement Heifers       Wednesday  August 8, 2007                    11 AM – 12 PM


                                    NOTICE TO EXHIBITORS
Be sure to read both Local and State rules. Important changes have been made and it is the responsibility of
  the exhibitor to familiarize themselves with all State and Local rules pertaining to their exhibits. Failure to
comply with printed rules will nullify Premium Awards. The State rules, as prescribed by the Division of Fairs
and Expositions apply to all entries at this Fair. Exhibitors must familiarize themselves with the rules as they
                                             will be strictly enforced.
                                        Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
                       2007 STATE RULES FOR CALIFORNIA FAIRS

                                                                             STATE OF CALIFORNIA
                                                                                  Arnold Schwarzenegger, Governor


                                                                               Department of Food & Agriculture
                                                                                    A.G. Kawamura, Secretary
                                                                                  Kim Myrman, Deputy Secretary

                                                                                  Division of Fairs & Expositions
                                                                                        Mike Treacy, Director

                                                                            STATE RULES ADVISORY COMMITTEE
                                                                             The committee reviews these rules for recommendation
                                                                                               to the Director.

                                                                           Greg Ahart, Superior Farms
       California Department of                                            Kelly Baldwin, Monterey County Fair
                                                                           Eunita Boatman, Sacramento County Fair
         Food & Agriculture                                                Michael Bradley, California Exposition & State Fair
       Division of Fairs & Expositions                                     Dr. Francine Bradley, UCD Cooperative Extension
                                                                           Ron Brandt, Merced County Spring Fair
               1010 Hurley Way, Suite 200                                  Jacque Brown, Tehama District Fair
              Sacramento, California 95825                                 Chad Cabral, Grand National, Cow Palace
                    (916) 263-2955                                         Joe Camarillo, UCCE State 4-H Program
                                                                           Ralph Clark, Amador County Fair
                                                                           Marc Coleman, Ag Instructor (FFA)
By signing and submitting an entry form the
                                                                           Patricia Conklin, Butte County Fair
exhibitors and their agents, parents and leaders
                                                                           Robert Cummings, Ag Instructor
acknowledge and agree that they:
                                                                           Mike Curry, Yosemite Meats
a. Understand and have read these State Rules and
                                                                                        ,
                                                                           Norm Dahlia, California State Grange
   local fair rules;
                                                                           Tomme Jo Dale, Division of Fairs & Expositions
b. Agree to abide by them;
c. Certify that all information on the entry form is true                  Dr. Joan Dean Rowe, UC Davis
   and accurate; and                                                       Jaime Farao, California Ag Instructor, Merced College
d. Agree to comply with the fair's decision regarding                      Patsy Gilbert, Alameda County Fair
   any alleged violation of the State or Local Rules.                      Wendy Hall, Cal Poly University, SLO
e. In the event that it is determined there has been                       Robin Hauck, Merced County Fair
   unethical treatment of animals or violation of state or                 Harold Hilliker, Public, Rancher
   federal regulations or of state or local fair drug policy               Melissa Holzkamp, Lassen County Fair
   rules, exhibitor names will be forwarded to the                         Laurie Johnson, Gold Country Fair
   Division of Fairs & Expositions as well as given to                     Melissa Lockie, Shasta District Fair
   the network of California fairs and to appropriate                      Diana Muller, Public, Sheep Industry
   government agencies.                                                    Katie Philips, San Diego County Fair
                                                                           Candace Patterson, Tulare County Fair
                                                                           Sheila Quince, Sonoma County Fair
                                                                           Monica Reis, Alameda County Fair
                                                                           Carrie Shasky, Chowchilla-Madera Fair
                                                                           Steve Weaver, Sacramento County Fair

                                                                                   Division of Fairs and Expositions
                                                                                      1010 Hurley Way, Suite 200
                                                                                    Sacramento, California 95825
                                                                                            (916) 263-2955
                                                                                          www.cdfa.ca.gov/fe
                                              Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
                 State Rules
                                                                      2. Cash Awards - Monies paid to successful
                                                                         contestants. (Synonymous with Premiums.)
                                                                      3. Class - A group of like exhibits that are judged
                       PREFACE                                           together; a subcategory of a division.
                                                                      4. Competition - A contest between two or more
1. The purposes of these rules are to:                                   exhibits.
   a. Ensure educational and equitable competition;                   5. Division - A generalized category of exhibits or a
   b. Provide state-wide competition consistency;                        group of classes.
         and                                                          6. Entry - An object, animal or collection of objects or
   c. Maximize exhibitor and public safety.                              animals intended for exhibit.
2. These rules apply to all competitive exhibits                      7. Exhibit - An entry becomes an exhibit when it is
   conducted by district, citrus and county fairs that                   shown or judged at the fair.
   receive financial support from the State of California.            8. Entry Fees – A fee charged to enter a competition.
3. These rules cannot be waived or amended by                            All entry fees shall be included with the proper forms
   anyone, including the fair board, management or                       on or before the competition deadline.
   judge.                                                             9. Exhibitor - The owner of the exhibit.
4. The Division of Fairs & Expositions (F&E) is the final                a. In the senior department, members of a family
   and absolute interpreter of these rules. Only a fair                       are considered as one exhibitor and co-owners
   board of directors may request, in writing a variance                      of exhibits.     This includes mother, father,
   on their own behalf or on behalf of an exhibitor to a                      unmarried minor children (under 18 years of
   specific rule. This request must be made prior to the                      age) and minor foster children.
   start of the fair or specific competition for which a                 b. In the senior department, in classes that require
   variance is requested. If F&E approves a specific                          that the exhibit be the creative work of the
   variance request it may approve a conditional                              owner, husband and wife are considered
   variance with specific conditions. Any approved                            separate exhibitors.
   variance shall expire at the conclusion of the annual             10. Extended Division - A division or class open to
   fair.                                                                 legal residents or producers in the State of California
5. Fair Management and/or Board of Directors may                         and any additional territory that may be specified in
   grant variances to ownership rule in the instance of                  the Local Rules. Unless otherwise designated, all
   deceased animals, submission of late entries and                      divisions are "extended" and limited to the State.
   refund of entry fees. Variances may be ruled upon                 11. Judging Systems -
   by F&E at the request of Fair Management and/or                       a. American - The judging process to rank exhibits
   Board of Directors.                                                        against one another and award one first placing,
6. F&E will distribute any corrections and additions to                       one second, etc.
   these rules to fairs. It is the fair's responsibility to              b. Danish - The judging process to compare each
   make them available. F&E does not represent or                             exhibit on its own merit against the scorecard or
   endorse the accuracy, currentness or reliability of                        recognized standard and award as many first
   any advice, opinion, statement or other information                        placings, etc. as merited.
   displayed by the fair in the distribution of corrections          12. Junior Department - A department provided for
   and additions to these rules. True and correct copies                 youth. See also Junior Department.
   of all rules and any additions or corrections are                 13. Juried Show - Competition where the juror(s)
   available upon request at F&E during business                         determines which exhibits will be displayed and
   hours, by mail or at www.cdfa.ca.gov/fe .                             judged for awards.
7. Fairs may create "Local Rules" that may be stricter               14. Local Division - A division or class open only to
   than the State Rules but that may not circumvent the                  legal residents or producers in the county or district
   State Rules.                                                          in which the fair is held, and any neighboring
8. If a local rule is not printed in the exhibitor handbook              county/district(s) that may be specified in the Local
   the applicable State Rule will apply.                                 Rules.
9. Competition at the California State Fair is governed              15. Open Department - See Senior Department.
   by State Fair's rules.                                            16. Open Junior Class - A class open to all Junior
                                                                         exhibitors having no Junior organization affiliation
  GENERAL RULES FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS                                      requirement.
                                                                     17. Exhibitor Handbook - An entry book, prize list,
                   I. DEFINITIONS                                        contest book or other publication specifying rules
                                                                         and awards for fair contests.
SEE ALSO JUNIOR and LIVESTOCK DEPARTMENTS.                           18. Producer - One who, in the area specified, raises in
 1. Amateur - A person who engages in an event or                        normal marketable or commercial quantities, the
    activity as a pastime rather than a profession. (Does                specific type of animal or product entered.
    not apply to junior organizations and horse shows.)

                                             Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
19. Professional - A person who engages in an event                         of all entries. See also Junior Department and Horse
    or activity as a livelihood rather than as a hobby.                     Show Department.
20. Senior Department - Any department not                             8.   A complete exhibit eligible in more than one division
    considered a junior department.                                         and/or class will be entered and judged only in the
                                                                            division and/or class for which it best qualifies. Any
                    II. ELIGIBILITY                                         exhibit not properly entered may be transferred to its
                                                                            proper class by Fair Management, whose decision
Entry Process                                                               may be changed only by the judge.
 1. By signing and submitting an entry form the                        9.   The Fair Management has the right to limit entries to
    exhibitors and their agents, parents and leaders                        facilities available and/or cancel any division or class
    acknowledge and agree that they:                                        in which there are not enough entries. Any return of
    a. Understand and have read these State Rules                           entries or fees under this rule will be done on a
         and local fair rules;                                              nondiscriminatory basis.       The decision of Fair
    b. Agree to abide by them;                                              Management under this rule is only appealable to
    c. Certify that all information on the entry form is                    the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), whose decision is
         true and accurate; and                                             final.
    d. Agree to comply with the fair's decision                      10.    Fair Management may combine classes of 4 or less
         regarding any alleged violation of the state or                    entries for meaningful competition.
         Local Rules.                                                11.    Exhibitors may not submit the same entries to two or
    e. In the event that it is determined there has been                    more fairs that require them to be on exhibit at the
         unethical treatment of animals or violation of                     same time unless prior written approval has been
         state or federal regulations or of state or local                  obtained from both fairs. A copy of this approval
         fair drug policy rules, exhibitor names will be                    must be submitted with entry forms.
         forwarded to F&E as well as given to the
         Network of California fairs and to appropriate              Participation
         government agencies.                                        12. The Fair Management shall deny entry or disqualify
 2. Exhibitors are responsible for obtaining entry form(s)               and remove any exhibit or exhibitor that is ineligible
    & rules from fair, and submit the form(s) and any                    for competition under State and Local Rules or
    required fees by the closing date as specified by Fair               endangers the public or has violated State and Local
    Management.                                                          Rules. The fair may require removal of the exhibitor
 3. No entry form or entry will be accepted after the                    and/or exhibit (including animals) from the
    closing date for entries.                                            fairgrounds. Failure to comply shall be reported to
 4. Entry deadlines can be extended by the fair's Board                  F&E and to the network of California fairs, which
    of Directors only if the extension is made prior to the              may be cause for any fair to deny entry of any
    original closing date.        See also Horse Show                    exhibit.
    Department.                                                      13. Exhibitors, leaders, advisors and parents found,
 5. Substitutions can only be made within a division.                    after a chance to provide evidence and be heard
    Substitutions must be made when the exhibit arrives                  before the Fair Management (CEO and staff) of
    at the fairgrounds, or for livestock, when registration              unethical practices as set forth in the State and
    certificates are checked. In the livestock department                Local Rules or in actions inimical with the fair
    a minimum $5 penalty must be paid prior to judging                   program shall result in the exhibit being disqualified
    for each substitution made by the exhibitor in excess                and the forfeiture of any awards and/or privileges as
    of two in the division. See also Horse Show                          may be deemed appropriate to the circumstances by
    Department.                                                          the Fair Management. If the judging for the exhibit
 6. Requests for refunds must be made in writing to the                  has not yet commenced the exhibitor, leaders,
    fair, and may be granted upon approval of the Fair                   advisors and parents may be denied entry in any
    Management.                                                          exhibitions at the fair. The Fair Management shall
    a. Refunds may be made only because of                               report any such incidences of unethical or inimical
         sickness, accident, or death, cancellation of a                 behavior established by the fair as provided for in
         class or return of entries for lack of exhibit                  this rule, to F&E in writing and such reports may
         space.                                                          become the basis for any California fair to refuse
    b. Non-selected exhibits in a juried show are not                    entries from the exhibitor, leaders, advisors or
         eligible for refunds.                                           parents for up to 5 years following the infraction.
    c. For animal classes, request must be made prior                14. Exhibits must be on exhibit as specified in the exhibitor
         to the event. Requests involving health or                      handbook. Fair Management may allow late exhibit
         soundness of an animal must be accompanied                      delivery or early removal of exhibits when it is in the
         by a veterinarian's certificate.                                best interest of the fair. Exhibits will not be removed
 7. Ownership. Unless otherwise allowed in the                           from the fairgrounds before the release date printed in
    exhibitor handbook, exhibitors must be legal owners                  the exhibitor handbook except as determined by Fair

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    Management in cases of sickness, accident, death,                       adjudications, or with the fair's staff, or to offer any
    disciplinary actions requested by a youth program                       audible criticism of an exhibit or exhibitor. Violators of
    supervisor, or other circumstances which are in the                     this rule shall be excused immediately from the
    best interests of the fair.                                             competition and shall be subject to such additional
15. The exhibitor agrees to defend, indemnify and hold                      penalties, including cancellations of awards, as the
    harmless the fair, the county and the State of                          management shall consider proper.
    California from and against any liability, claim, loss             4.   The judge has the authority to:
    or expense (including reasonable attorneys' fees)                       a. Disqualify or transfer to the correct class any
    arising out of any injury or damage which is caused                           exhibit that does not meet the requirements of
    by, arises from or is in any way connected with                               the division or class in which it is entered;
    participation in the program or event, excepting only                   b. Disqualify any exhibit not properly cleaned or
    that caused by the sole active negligence of the Fair.                        fitted;
    The Fair Management shall not be responsible for                        c. Disqualify any exhibit that is in his/her opinion
    accidents or losses that may occur to any of the                              hazardous to public safety;
    exhibitors or exhibits at the fair. The exhibitor (or                   d. Examine the animals before entering the show
    parent or guardian of a minor) is responsible for any                         ring; and/or
    injury or damage resulting from the exhibitor's                         e. Refuse to make award to any animal that shows
    participation in the program or event. This includes                          visible evidence of disease, deformity, or
    any injury to others or to the exhibitor or to the                            lameness.
    exhibitor's property.                                                   No award will be made to exhibits eliminated under
16. Exhibitors, leaders, and advisors must be in good                       any of the above instances.
    standing with the local and state organization(s) (4-              5.   The judge may not waive State Rules.
    H, Grange, FFA) to be eligible to exhibit at the fair.             6.   The judge's decision is final. Fair Management may
                                                                            not request any changes in judges' rulings.
Conflict of Interest Avoidance                                         7.   To encourage high standards, the judge shall award
17. Directors, Fair Management, and/or their spouses                        first, second, third place, etc. according to merit. If
    are not eligible to exhibit at their own district, county               without merit, the judge shall make no award under
    or citrus fair except in timed events. Under no                         any circumstances. The judge may award
    circumstances shall a director, manager and/or their                    championships or other awards at his/her discretion
    spouse be eligible to collect awards.                                   for superior exhibits. This applies whether there are
18. Department heads, judges, staff, anyone directly                        one or more exhibits in class.
    involved in the judging process, and their spouses
    are not allowed to exhibit or sign entry forms in any                            IV. AWARDS AND SCORING
    division in which they or their spouse are directly
    involved.                                                          1.   Fair Management is not responsible for errors on
19. Minor children of Directors, Chief Executive Officer                    entry forms. No exhibitor shall be entitled to an
    (CEO), Department Supervisors, staff and/or                             award that has been disallowed as the result of
    committee members may exhibit animals or articles                       his/her own error.
    which are the result of the child's own earnings or a              2.   All divisions or classes will be judged under the
    gift made to the child, provided the requirements of                    American system and/or Danish system as stated in
    pertinent rules are met. All other requirements for                     the fair's exhibitor handbook.
    exhibiting must be met.                                            3.   State "Judging Standards" are to be used where
20. Animals or exhibits owned jointly by a director and                     applicable. Local judging standards may be used if
    his/her minor child or a CEO and his/her minor child                    published in the exhibitor handbook.
    are considered as owned by the child in junior                     4.   Cash awards will be paid only as recorded on the
    department classes only. See also Horse Show                            signed Judging Sheet and only to the exhibitor.
    Department.                                                        5.   Fair Management shall withhold the payment of
                                                                            awards for exhibits that are determined ineligible
                      III. JUDGING                                          under State and Local Rules and may recover
                                                                            awards that have been paid for ineligible exhibits.
1. Judges should avoid any appearance of partiality                    6.   No exhibitor shall receive more than two cash
   and avoid unnecessary fraternization with exhibitors.                    awards in any one class using American judging
2. No person shall act as a judge in any division in                        system. (See definition of exhibitor.)
   which he/she or a member of his/her immediate                            a. When an exhibitor earns more than two awards
   family is an exhibitor, is in charge of an exhibit or                        in a class, the exhibitor will receive the two
   division, in charge of a group of exhibitors, or a                           highest cash awards, and the lesser cash
   member of a group of exhibitors.                                             awards will be moved down the placings to other
3. No person shall be allowed, under any circumstances,                         exhibitors; ribbons will be awarded as placed.
   to interfere with the judge(s) regarding their

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    b. Any difference in payment limits under the                       3. Given the short duration of the fair:
         Danish system of judging shall be printed in the                  a. The protestor shall make every effort to file the
         exhibitor handbook.                                                    protest prior to judging. All protests must be filed
    c. When the fair combines classes, an exhibitor is                          within 24 hours of the time of the cause of the
         entitled to two cash awards per each class that                        protest.
         was combined.        Judges should determine                      b. The fair will make every effort to resolve protests
         special awards as printed before combining.                            as quickly as possible. All exhibitors by entering
7. Sweepstakes shall be awarded as specified in the                             an exhibit and all persons by filing a protest
    exhibitor handbook based upon these scoring                                 agree to cooperate with Fair Management to
    guidelines:                                                                 resolve protests in a timely manner.
    a. First award - 5 points; Second award - 3 points;                    c. Protests shall be adjudicated by Fair
         Third award - 1 point.                                                 Management and/or members of Board of
    b. Sweepstakes shall be awarded only when at                                Directors.
         least three separate exhibitors have achieved at               4. Any exhibit involved in a filed protest before or
         least a combined point total of 30.                               during judging is eligible to compete until the protest
    c. To receive sweepstakes awards, an exhibitor                         is resolved.
         must have a minimum of ten points.                             5. Classes that involve a protested exhibit will not
    d. Sweepstakes points will be credited only to the                     become official until the protest is resolved.
         exhibitor whose name appears on the entry form.                   a. In championship or special award classes that
    e. There are separate sweepstakes or high point                             involve the protested exhibit the judge shall also
         rules for horse shows, which may be determined                         select 1st and 2nd runners-up in case of
         by the fair.                                                           disqualification.
8. Ties which cannot be broken by the judge will be                        b. In the case of protest, the unofficial judging
    processed as follows (See also Horse Show Department):                      results may be used to prepare the sale list and
    a. 2-way tie for 1st place: Combine 1st and 2nd                             other necessary information.
         place money and divide equally between the two                 6. At the discretion of the Chief Executive Officer
         1st-place exhibitors. The 3rd highest finisher                    judging can be delayed to allow time for the fair to
         receives 3rd place money etc.                                     resolve the protest if to do so does not unreasonably
    b. 3-way tie for 1st place: Combine 1st, 2nd and                       delay or disrupt the operations of the remainder of
         3rd place money and divide equally between the                    the fair judging and auction events.
         three exhibitors.                                              7. Prior to judging the affected class, fairs may
9. The fair will not guarantee sponsored donations.                        announce that an entry has been protested.
10. Placing of ribbons does not guarantee correct                       8. All questions concerning competition or non-
    judging placement. Only the official placing stated on                 protestable disputes or differences with staff or the
    the judging sheet(s) constitutes the final placement.                  exhibition not provided for under the State or Local
                                                                           Rules shall be referred to the CEO or their designee,
                     V. PROTEST                                            whose decision shall be final.
                                                                        9. Violations of State Rules may be appealed to F&E.
Fairs are required to adopt and publish local procedures               10. An individual may appeal to F&E only after
for the resolution of protests at the local level.                         adjudication at the local level and only if:
 1. Protests will be considered only if there has been a                   a. The decision upholds a Local Rule that circumvents
    violation of State or Local Rules. Decisions of                             or is not in the spirit of a State Rule(s);
    judges, veterinarians, weighmasters, tail dock                         b. The individual can substantiate new and credible
    officials and timers cannot be protested and are                            information that was not available at the time of
    final.                                                                      the local decision; or
 2. Protests must be accompanied by a deposit of either                    c. There was inappropriate adjudication at the local
    $100.00 (cash, money order or certified check made                          level that may have included conflict of interest,
    payable to the fair) or $200.00 if the protest relates                      lack of due process, or a significant
    to violations of State Rules X-XI (Animal Health                            misinterpretation of rules.
    Rules). NOTE: The deposit will be returned if the                  11. A fair or state, national or international organization
    protest is upheld. If the protest is upheld, the violator              or subdivision thereof which has a significant stake
    may be held liable for any portion of the direct costs                 in the interpretation of rules affecting the network of
    incurred by the fair in the course of the protest                      California fairs may make an appeal directly to F&E
    resolution. Failure to reimburse the fair shall be                     concerning multiple-fair issues, industry-wide issues,
    cause for disallowing future entries in any of the                     unavoidable conflict of interest or assistance in
    network of California fairs.                                           enforcing its own organization rules.
                                                                       12. No protest will be accepted unless it:
                                                                           a. Is filed or received, in writing, with a signed
                                                                                original and a signed duplicate copy;

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    b. Clearly states which rule has been violated;                       3.   Independent Junior - Exhibitor not eligible to
    c. States when the protestor first became aware of                         compete in a certain category as a member of a
         the facts and rule violation;                                         4H, Grange or FFA junior organization.
    d. States the facts relied upon for the basis of the                  4.   Open Junior Class - A class open to all junior
         protest;                                                              exhibitors and having no junior organization
    e. States that the protestor will cooperate with the                       affiliation requirement.
         investigation of the protest and that the protestor              5.   Ownership - The growing, construction or
         will be available and agrees to attend any                            purchase of exhibits as verified by the adult leader,
         hearing held to resolve the protest at the time                       teacher, or parent/guardian signature on the entry
         and place directed by F&E;                                            form for non-livestock exhibits, or as otherwise
    f. Includes the names of supporting witnesses,                             stated in the exhibitor handbook. Adult - A parent,
         with accessible phone numbers; and                                    guardian, leader, instructor, or person whom the
    g. Describes or attaches any documents relating to                         parent designates as responsible.
         the protest, which must include the written
         decision issued by the local arbitrating body.               Exhibitor Age Requirements
13. NEW!! F&E must receive the appeal within 24 hours                   6. FFA members may participate as members until
    from receipt of notice of local decision. F&E shall                      the end of the calendar year following the year of
    notify and provide copies of the appeal to                               graduation from high school. (For example, a
    appropriate parties within 10 business days of                           graduate this year is eligible until December 31 of
    determining the appeal valid. F&E must receive any                       next year.)
    additional information for consideration in the appeal              7. 4-H Age Requirements: The levels of
    within 24 hours of receipt of notice of the appeal.                      membership for 4-H are age and/or grade
14. A hearing may be conducted at the discretion of                          based. Each level is defined as follows:
    F&E. The Director of F&E may consult with and/or                         Primary Level: Must be 5 years old or in
    request that members of State Rules Advisory                             kindergarten as of January 1, 2007 to exhibit at
    Committee participate in any hearing.                                    fair. Primary membership ends when members
15. Once the Director has ruled on an appeal to F&E, no                      qualify as junior members. Exhibitors who are
    additional protest or appeal will be considered                          under 9 years of age as of January 1, 2007 are
    relating to that incident.                                               not eligible to compete in large animal
                                                                             competitions at California Fairs.
       ADDITIONAL DEPARTMENT RULES                                           Junior, Intermediate, & Senior: Must be 9 years
                                                                                        th
                                                                             old or in 4 Grade by January 1, 2007. Exhibitors
       VI. AGRICULTURE, HORTICULTURE                                         are eligible to compete/exhibit through December
                 DEPARTMENT                                                  31 of the year in which they turn 19 years of age.
                                                                        8. Grange Members must be at least 5 years old
Unless specified in the exhibitor handbook agricultural                      on January 1, 2007 to exhibit. They may exhibit
and horticultural products must have been produced by                        until the end of the calendar year in which they
the exhibitor and exhibits must be at the stage of                           reach age 19.
                                                                        9. All Grange Youth must be 9 years old on
ripeness required by Sections 42513 and 42515 of the
California Food and Agricultural Code in order to be                         January 1 of 2007 to exhibit large animals.
                                                                        10. Independent Exhibitors must be at least 9
considered for award.                                                                              th
                                                                             years old or in the 4 Grade by January 1, 2007.
                                                                             Exhibitors are eligible to compete/exhibit through
             VII. JUNIOR DEPARTMENT
                                                                             December 31 of the year in which they turn 19
                                                                             years of age.
Definitions. See also Section I, Definitions.
                                                                        11. Youth under 9 years of age must exhibit in
   1. Exhibitor - The owner of the exhibit.
                                                                             special divisions designated by the local fair.
        a. In the junior department, brothers and/or
                                                                        12. For junior exhibitors showing in divisions and
            sisters are considered to be separate
                                                                             classes other than 4-H, FFA and Grange, the
            exhibitors.
                                                                             local Fair Management may set requirements as
        b. In a college division market and
                                                                             to age, grade, etc. If these requirements are not
            showmanship       classes      the     student
                                                                             printed in the exhibitor handbook, Independent
            designated on the entry form is considered
                                                                             age rule above will apply.
            the exhibitor.
   2. 4-H, FFA, Grange Exhibitor - Exhibitors who
                                                                      Exhibit Eligibility
       meet 4-H, FFA and Grange exhibitor
                                                                        13. Junior exhibitors must own and/or grow or
       requirements for the project(s) they enter.
                                                                             construct their exhibits.
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        a. 4H, FFA and Grange animal and poultry                               c.  It allows participation in featured breed
             project members must be enrolled in the                               and/or sponsored association shows. The
             project for at least 60 days (120 days for                            junior exhibitor must also exhibit the project
             horse and market beef) immediately                                    in the junior division. This provision must be
             preceding the opening day of the fair or                              printed in the exhibitor handbook.
             event if held separately from fair in the case                   d. The junior exhibitor is not eligible to exhibit
             of horse shows.                                                       in the junior department.
        b. Eligibility of a project according to 4-H, FFA,               23. Junior horse exhibitors may be allowed to enter
             or Grange rules shall be determined by the                      the Senior Department horse show unless Local
             exhibitor's 4-H Youth Advisor, FFA Advisor,                     Rules prohibit.
             Grange Youth Advisor, Local Leader or                       24. Animals entered as individuals in the junior
             designee.                                                       department cannot be entered in group classes
   15. Advisor, leader, teacher, or parent/guardian                          of the senior department and vice versa.
       signature on the entry form is required by the fair               25. When violations to rules 22-24 occur the junior
       certifying that:                                                      exhibitor is not eligible for 12 months following
        a. Projects have been under their supervision                        the infraction to exhibit in that livestock species or
             in accordance with the rules and regulations                    division (non-livestock) as a junior at any state-
             of the organization and the fair; and                           supported fair.
        b. The entry is the project of the exhibitor and
             is eligible for exhibit.                                Livestock and Horse Exhibits - Ownership
    Failure or refusal of such advisor, leader or                       26. Livestock and horse projects must be owned
    parent/guardian to sign the required entry form will                    (and leased horses as specified in this document)
    prevent the exhibitor from entering that particular                     solely by and under the exhibitor's care and
    class(es).                                                              management and under the supervision of the
   16. Independent exhibitors must enter an open junior                     organization in which the project will be shown as
       or Independent class unless one is not available.                    specified below. The official ownership date is
       If an open or Independent class is not available,                    the date shown on the receipt of sale unless the
       junior exhibitors may enter an appropriate 4-H,                      animal was bred by the exhibitor. The days are
       FFA or Grange class. Division and/or class                           counted prior to the opening day of the fair unless
       placement of Independents may be determined                          the event in the case of horse shows is held
       by Fair Management.                                                  separately from the Fair. See also VIII Livestock
   17. Independent Exhibitors shall provide insurance                       Department.
       coverage as required by the fair.                                     a. Market animals: Beef - 120 consecutive
   18. Juniors who have been 4-H, FFA or Grange                                   days; and 60 consecutive days for swine,
       project members within 60 days (120 days for                               sheep, veal and goats.
       horse and market beef) prior to the fair are not                      b. Breeding        and    feeder     animals:   30
       eligible to compete in that project as Independent                         consecutive days,
       juniors or enter project(s) under a different                         c. All small market animals (rabbits and
       organization.                                                              poultry): 30 consecutive days.
   19. All junior       exhibitors must have project                         d. All horses and llamas: leased or owned 120
       management records and proof of supervision                                consecutive days.
       available as to the length of project.                            Fairs will determine the ownership period
   20. Independent junior exhibitors entering market                     requirement for any other animal species (e.g.
       animals must provide Fair Management with a                       potbellied pigs).
       picture of their animal, appropriate proof of                    27. Under no circumstances may an exhibitor
       ownership, permanent tag, tattoo and/or hog ear                      concurrently enter the same species of animal or
       notch information 120 days prior to the fair for                     bird (horses, beef cattle, dairy cattle, swine,
       beef and 60 days for sheep, swine and goats.                         sheep, dairy goats, meat goats, pygmy goats,
   21. All junior exhibitors must have "on ground"                          poultry, pigeons, or rabbits) in FFA, 4-H, Grange
       supervision by a responsible adult.                                  and Independent classes of the junior
                                                                            department.
Senior Department Restrictions                                          28. No livestock (excluding rabbit & poultry) exhibit
  22. Junior exhibitors and junior organizations may be                     owned solely by a chapter or club, conducted as
       allowed to enter exhibits in senior department                       a joint project by two or more individuals, or
       classes for which they are eligible only when:                       jointly owned by two or more individuals is
        a. "All Other" classes are not available; or                        eligible in the junior department, unless the
        b. A class for the exhibit is not provided in the                   division or class specifically so states.
            junior department; or                                       29. No junior exhibitor may exhibit an animal in a
                                                                            market class once it has been sold as a market

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       animal through a fair junior livestock auction.                    1. All Other Breeds - Breeds not previously listed that are
       These animals may be shown following the 30                             from recognized breed associations within the specie.
       consecutive day ownership requirement as                           2. Breeder - Owner of the dam at conception.            Also
       breeding animals. All champion and reserve                              owner of the egg donor for ovum/embryo transfer.
       champion market animals will be permanently                        3.   Drug - a) any substance intended for use in the
       identified by the fair if sold through a fair junior                    diagnosis, cure, mitigation, prevention, or treatment
       livestock auction.                                                      of disease; and b) any substance, except food and
   30. Livestock shown in showmanship must be owned                            water, which is intended to affect the structure or
       (or leased for horses) by the exhibitor and                             function of the body of any exhibit animal.
       entered by the exhibitor in an appropriate market,                 4.   Exhibitor - The owner of the exhibit.
       breeding or performance class.                                          a. In the senior department, members of a family
   31. Horse exhibits:                                                             are considered as one exhibitor and co-owners
         a. Proof of ownership or lease must be                                    of exhibits.       This includes mother, father,
             available at check-in time.                                           unmarried minor children (under 18 years of
         b. Leased horses cannot be shown for                                      age) and minor foster children.
             conformation in the halter horse division.                        b. In the junior department, brothers and/or sisters
         c. 4H, FFA and Grange members may show                                    are considered to be separate exhibitors. See
             leased horses, provided the member has                                Section VII for definition of junior.
             responsibility for the care and management                        c. In college division market and showmanship
             of the horse during the period of the lease;                          classes the student designated on the entry form
             and the signed lease between owner and                                is be considered the exhibitor.
             member, with a clear picture of a side view                  5.   Grade-Crossbred - Animals which do not meet
             of the horse or some permanent                                    registration requirements.
             identification is filed at least 120 consecutive             6.   Nurse Cow - Cow that is not the natural nursing
             days prior to the fair or event/horse show if                     mother.
             held separately from the fair, at the County                 7.   Pony - For non-breed horse shows, ponies are
             4-H, FFA, or Grange office, or with a person                      those horses standing less than 14.2 hands (56.8
             designated by those offices.                                      inches) high. For breed horse shows and registered
         d. Junior exhibitors cannot ride or show                              classes within non-breed shows, refer to the breed
             stallions unless it is specifically provided for                  association rules which apply.
             by the breed association and in that case                    8.   Purebred Animal - An animal the breeding of
             only in those specific breed classes at an                        whose sire and dam traces directly to registered
             USA Equestrian (formerly AHSA) sanctioned                         animals of the same breed.
             show.                                                        9.   Purebred Registered Animal - An animal that is
                                                                               registered with a recognized breed association and
Livestock & Horse Exhibits - Other                                             that meets the breed association's requirements of
   32. Junior exhibitors are expected to groom and care                        purebred.
       for their animal(s) when at the fair. They shall                  10.   Range Registered Animal - Animals that have
       refrain from accepting active assistance from                           been issued range certificates in lieu of full
       adults and non-exhibiting youth unless the junior                       registration certificates.
       exhibitor is actively engaged, and the assistance                 11.   Recognized Breed Associations - Organizations
       is only for instruction. Local fair rules will                          which maintain pedigrees, issue certificates of
       determine enforcement.                                                  registration, and maintain a permanent office.
   33. Junior exhibitors in 4-H, FFA or Grange classes                   12.   Recorded Grade - An animal that is registered or
       must wear properly strapped headgear in                                 recorded with a recognized breed association and
       mounted or horse-drawn vehicle competition.                             does not meet that association's purebred
       Headgear must be approved by American                                   registration requirements.
       Society for Testing and Materials / Safety                        13.   Veal - Bovine primarily fed with milk or milk replacer.
       Equipment Institute.                                                    Local fair will establish guidelines for weights
   34. Junior exhibitors shall not have animals on                             according to local industry standards of market
       exhibit in the senior and/or junior department at                       animals.
       more than one state-supported fair at the same
       time.                                                            Participation
                                                                        14. Exhibitors must be able to prove ownership.
          VIII. LIVESTOCK DEPARTMENT                                    15. Exhibit animals will not be muzzled while on the
See also Livestock       rules   in   Section    VII   Junior               fairgrounds.
Department.                                                             16. Any animal that does not meet class requirements of
                                                                            weight, age, identification, etc. will not be paid
Definitions (See also Section I Definitions.)                               premiums.

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17. No animal may be entered in more than one division                      supplementary entry forms unless required by a
    in the Livestock Department unless provided for in                      local rule.
    the specifications of the division. However, market or              30. For breeding animals, groups must be owned by the
    feeder animals may be entered in both divisions for                     exhibitor, be shown as individuals, and be of the
    individual and pens of market or feeder animals.                        same breed.
18. Animals entered in market or feeder divisions may                   31. Grade or Unregistered Purebred Animals By
    not be entered in breeding divisions.                                   Registered Sire
                                                                            a. Animals that have been registered as purebred
Animal Identification Requirements                                              by a breed association are not eligible in grade
19. All animals (except horses or market and feeder                             or unregistered classes.
    animals) shall be identified by a permanent number (ear                 b. Commercial unregistered animals including range,
    tag, tattoo, photo or drawing, or brand required by breed                   stocker, feeder and replacements, and Range
    association, ear notching or micro chip) on the animal                      Registered or Recorded Grade animals are
    which matches the number recorded on the entry form.                        ineligible in Registered or Purebred divisions.
20. When identification numbers are in both ears and
    are different, both numbers shall be recorded on the               Registered         Purebred       Animal      Registration
    entry form.                                                        Certificates
21. Registered dairy cattle shall meet their breed
                                                                       32. All animals in "registered purebred breeding animal"
    associations' requirements for identification.                         divisions must be registered and recorded with a
22. An exhibitor may not use the same permanent
                                                                           United States (U.S.) breed association in the exact
    marking on more than one animal of the same breed                      name of the exhibitor (owner) as declared on the
    and sex during: any five month period for swine, any                   entry form, except for:
    two consecutive calendar years for sheep, or any 12                    a. Pigs, 12 months or younger, which are still
    month period for all other livestock (except that pigs                      owned by the breeder. Litter registrations are
    may have the same litter mark).                                             acceptable if recorded with their breed
23. For market and feeder animals, an identifying
                                                                                association and if they identify the litter by birth
    number will be placed or attached to the animal by                          date, sire, dam and ear notching; and
    the fair and must be on the animal at all times or                     b. Animals whose breed association requires an
    awards will not be paid.                                                    inspector's approval before registering. The
                                                                                animal cannot be more than 12 months of age
Market Animals                                                                  on the opening day of the fair. Exhibitors may
24. All market animals owned by Independent juniors
                                                                                present a statement by the secretary of the
    shall not be discriminated against by the sale                              association stating that the animal is eligible to
    program.                                                                    be registered. This statement must identify the
25. If the fair requires a terminal sale and the Local Rules
                                                                                animal by birth date, sire, dam, and ear tag,
    do not state it in the exhibitor handbook, exhibitors and                   tattoo or notching.
    their parents or guardians agree that upon entry into              33. Original registration certificates, a stamped duplicate
    market competition and qualification by the market                     issued by a U.S. breed association, or other
    judge, the animal(s) will be sold and processed.                       documents mentioned above must be presented to
26. Desirable market weight will be a consideration in
                                                                           the management when the animals arrive on the
    market animal judging.                                                 fairgrounds and must be kept on hand.
                                                                           a. Original registration certificates faxed to the fair
Breeding Animals Exhibit Requirements                                           by the U.S. breed association will also be
27. To qualify for exhibit and judging, the following
                                                                                accepted and retained by the fair. Photocopies,
    information must be provided on the entry form by                           letters, and telegrams are not acceptable.
    the closing date of entry:                                             b. Clerks are instructed to correct entry records
    a. Identification of each animal at least by                                exactly as shown on the certificate. (Any
         i. dam, birth date and ear tag, notching, tattoo,                      exceptions will be based solely upon the
              photo or drawing; or by                                           recognized U.S. breed association's standard
         ii. the registration number.                                           practices for issuing registration certificates. A
    b. Sire's registration number for Get of Sire entries.                      written verification from the association of any
    c. Dam's registration number for Produce of Dam                             deviation in issuing practices must be on file with
         entries.                                                               F&E.
28. If the above information is completed after close of
                                                                       34. When the owner and breeder names are not exactly
    entry, a $5 penalty fee per entry may be required by                   the same on the registration certificate, the fair will
    the fair prior to judging to qualify for judging.                      hold all of the exhibitor's awards until the fair
29. Individual animals shown in group exhibits need not
                                                                           receives a statement from the breed association and
    be identified either on the original entry form or on                  the verifying that the various names are recognized


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    as the owner and/or breeder, and including the                      4. Natural Colored Sheep may show in "All Other
    owner's mailing address.                                               Breeds" division when a separate division is not
35. No deviation from or alteration in the information on                  offered.
    a registration certificate will be permitted unless                 5. Certified registered and pedigree listed sheep with
    clearance in writing is first obtained from the breed                  certificates are eligible to exhibit.
    association that issued the certificate. Evidence of
    any attempt to alter information on a registration                  Wool
    certificate shall be reported immediately to F&E and                1. Only complete fleeces sheared from sheep owned
    may become the basis for any California fair to                        by the exhibitor and in the grease are eligible for
    refuse entries from the exhibitor and/or it’s agent.                   competition. Manufacturers and dealers are
                                                                           excluded.
            IX. ANIMAL SPECIES RULES                                    2. Fleeces shall not be more than 12 months growth.
State and Federal regulations concerning animal                            The definition of "12 months" shall be the definition
weighing and harvesting, and beef and pork promotion                       commonly accepted by the wool trade. Thus, if a
assessments also apply.                                                    fleece is actually slightly more than 12 months
Cattle (Beef, Dairy, Veal)                                                 growth, due to unavoidable delay in obtaining
1. Yellow transportation slips issued by the fair are                      shearers, or by weather, it shall be termed "12
    mandatory when transporting cattle to and from the                     months" wool.
    fair. (CA Food & Ag Code 21054).                                    3. No wether fleeces may be included.
2. Brand Inspection requirements for cattle ownership                   4. Each exhibitor will be limited to two fleece entries in
    will be enforced (CA Food & Ag Codes 21051f,                           one class, except for the group class. A group of
    21702, 21703).                                                         fleeces must be owned by one exhibitor, and each
3. Beef Cattle                                                             fleece must have been judged in individual fleece
    a. Market/feeder beef are steers and heifers only.                     classes.
    b. All Registered Purebred Breeding females 24                      5. The judge may classify or reclassify fleeces before
         months of age or older on the opening day of the                  making awards.
         fair must: (1) have a calf; or (2) show obvious
         signs of pregnancy; or (3) have a veterinarian's               6. Fleeces shall be tied with paper fleece twine, flesh
         certificate of pregnancy; or (4) have a                           side out, in a manner to allow their being handled
         veterinarian's certificate stating that the animal is             without falling apart.
         or has been an embryo producing female.
4. Dairy Cattle. Registered Purebred junior and senior                  Swine
    yearlings in milk must be shown as two year olds in                 1. Market/feeder swine are barrows and gilts only.
    both the individual and group classes.                              2. All Registered Purebred Breeding females junior
5. Veal. "Veal" refers to steers, bulls, and heifers.                      yearling or older must have raised a litter of pigs to
                                                                           be eligible for exhibit.
Sheep                                                                   3. Potbellied Pigs must be registered with the National
    A. Tail Docking. To qualify for exhibit market                         Committees on Potbellied Pigs, Potbellied Pig
       lambs must be docked such that the tail (dock)                      Registry Service, Inc. or the International Potbellied
       is healed and can be lifted from the exterior.                      Pig Registry.
       Lambs that have no dock will not be eligible.
                                                                        Goats
1. Lambs must show lambs teeth.                                         1. Dairy Goats
2. Market/feeder sheep are wethers and ewes only.                          a. Registered Purebred Breeding Animals:
3. Registered Purebred Breeding Animals
                                                                               i. Animals with a "Certificate of Registry" (Blue
   a. Flock numbers, and not registration numbers, shall
                                                                                    Border) issued by the American Dairy Goat
      be used to identify all entries. Flock numbers and
                                                                                    Association are eligible.
      breeder's initials, name or association prefix shall
      be on commercially used tags attached to the ear                         ii. Animals with a "Certificate of Registry"
      or tattooed in the ear for yearlings and lambs bred                           (Brown Border) issued by the American
      by the exhibitor. Lambs born from a purchased,                                Dairy Goat Association are not eligible.
      bred ewe can bear the ear tag of the owner at the                        iii. The American Goat Society issues
      time of birth. They do not have to have original                              registration certificates for purebred animals
      breeder's ear tag.                                                            only.
   b. An exhibitor may not use the same flock number                       b.  Recorded Grade Breeding Animals: All animals
      on more than one animal during any two                                   registered      Experimental        (Blue    Border
      consecutive calendar years.                                              Certificate), or Recorded (Brown Border



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      Certificate) including Experimental, Native on                      procedures which may become necessary in
      Performance and Native on Appearance.                               emergencies.         The health of animals when
2. Pygmy Goats                                                            determined by the official veterinarian or by the
   a. All animals must be registered with either the                      judge shall be final and cannot be protested.
      American Goat Society, Inc., or the National                        Exhibitors who refuse to allow their animals to be
      Pygmy Goat Association.                                             examined shall be disqualified and such violation
   b. Either horned, tipped or de-horned animals are                      shall be reported to F&E. No refund will be made.
      permissible.                                                   5.   All exhibitors must comply with all state and federal
3. Angora Goats                                                           animal health regulations and the fair's health
   a. All animals must be registered with the                             requirements, including submittal of the fair's
      American Angora Goat Breeders Association,                          certificate of animal medication.
      Rock Springs, Texas.                                           6.   NEW!! Drench guns are not approved for use while
   b. Either long or short clips are permissible.
                                                                          on fairgrounds. Anyone found to be using any type
                                                                          of drench gun to administer liquids or paste into
4. Boer Goats & Market Goats                                              any animal without the supervision and direction of
   a. All animals must be registered with the                             the official fair veterinarian and/or designated fair
      American     Boer     Goat      Association,   the                  official, will result in exhibit and/or exhibitor being
      International Boer Goat Association, Inc., the                      disqualified.
      IBGA or the Canadian Boer Goat Association.                    7.   Castration sites shall be healed and free of
      Original registration certificate is required and                   inflammation.
      must be in the owner’s name.                                   8.   Use of Pharmaceuticals in Market Animals:
   b. Either horned, tipped, or de-horned animals are                     a. Signature on entry form signifies compliance with
      permissible.                                                             all manufacturer and veterinarian pharmaceutical,
   c. Market goats are wethers and does only, no                               biologic and chemical instructions and withdrawal
      bucks allowed.                                                           regulations, and that all off-label treatments to
   d. Market goats must show milk teeth.                                       market animals have been administered lawfully in
                                                                               accordance with a prescription from a California-
Horses                                                                         licensed veterinarian, whose statement under
1. All horses entered in halter division classes must be                       penalty or perjury notes dosage, date, and
   registered in a recognized purebred registry and                            purpose for administration.
   must show with original registration papers.                           b. All exhibitors must advise management of any
                                                                               drugs and medications administered to an
            X. ANIMAL HEALTH RULES                                             animal that might still be detected at the time of
                                                                               showing or at meat inspection. The name of the
Fairs will make a reasonable effort to enforce state and                       drug, its purpose, withdrawal time, route, time
federal animal health regulations, and they have the right                     and date of administration must be presented to
to seek assistance from the appropriate agencies. For                          management prior to the showing or sale of the
assistance contact the California Department of Food &                         animal. Livestock treated within the specified
Agriculture (CDFA), Animal Health and Food Safety                              withdrawal period cannot be sold without
Services (AHFSS). Headquarters:            1220 N St.,                         notifying the buyer.
Sacramento, CA 95814 - (916) 654-1447.                                    c. Exhibitors must complete the fair's medication
                                                                               certificate prior to sale.
Eligibility. See also Eligibility Rule II - 1.                       9.   Sellers are responsible for animals that are
1. Any inhumane or other inappropriate action to                          condemned or rejected at processing centers.
    animals by the exhibitor may cause disqualification,             Cattle (Beef, Dairy, and Veal) Health Rules
    forfeiture of awards, and removal of the exhibit or              1. All cattle of all breeds must be from a herd that is not
    exhibitor from the fairgrounds.                                      infected with or quarantined for tuberculosis or
2. Animal health decisions will be made in the best                      brucellosis.
    interest of the animal and for the other animals at              2. All dairy female cattle more than six (6) months of age,
    the fair.                                                            and female beef cattle more than twelve (12) months of
3. No animal shall be admitted or remain on the grounds                  age must bear evidence of official calfhood vaccination
    that shows any evidence of any active, communicable                  against brucellosis with a legible, official tattoo visible in
    disease, or any unsightly disease or other condition.                the right ear.
    No animal shall be admitted to a fairgrounds from any            3. Owners of Purebred Registered cattle without
    premises under quarantine for disease.                               brucellosis tattoos must present documentation
4. Management reserves the right to require health                       certifying brucellosis vaccination, or written
    inspections and/or diagnostic tests to be made                       documents showing the animal has an exemption
    before, during or after animals are on the                           from AHFSS, CDFA.
    fairgrounds and to implement disease control

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4. CATTLE FROM OTHER STATES                                           4. A regular California entry permit will not be granted
   a. All cattle must be accompanied by an official                      for swine vaccinated for pseudorabies. However,
      certificate of veterinary inspection showing:                      AHFSS, CDFA may grant a special California entry
      i. All dairy breeding cattle more than six                         permit with specific limitation for such swine.
           months of age require a negative TB test                   5. These importation requirements apply to all
           within 60 days of entering California or                      exhibition classes including breeding, market, and
           originate from a TB accredited free herd with                 specialty swine.
           documentation of the herd number and test
           date.                                                      Sheep and Goat Health Rules
      ii. NEW!! All cattle more than six (6) months                   1. All sheep and goats entering fairs require official
           of age originating from States that are not                   individual identification. All official identification will
           classified as Accredited TB Free require a                    be kept on the animals. The official identification
           negative tuberculin test within 60 days prior                 may be official USDA individual identification
           to exhibition, or originate from a TB                         eartags, premises eartags or legible premises
           accredited free herd with documentation of                    tattoos (if they include a unique animal number),
           the herd number and test date.                                Scrapie Flock Certification Program eartags, legible
      iii. A negative brucellosis test within 30 days                    registration tattoos if accompanied by registration
           prior to entering California. The following are               papers, or other methods approved by the California
           exempt from the test:                                         Department of Food and Agriculture.
           (1) Vaccinated dairy heifers under 18                      2. Registration tattoos or electronic identification are
                months of age;                                           acceptable on goats provided the identification
           (2) Vaccinated beef heifers under 24                          appears on the registration papers (and
                months of age;                                           owner/exhibitor has reader if electronic ID is used).
           (3) Beef type calves under six months of                      Exhibitor is responsible for ensuring availability of
                age;                                                     electronic ID reader. Tattoos may be placed in the
           (4) Dairy type calves under four months of                    tailhead or flank of goats that cannot be eartagged
                age;                                                     or tattooed in the ears. Non-registered goats must
           (5) Vaccinated dairy and beef cattle native                   have either a USDA premises eartag or tattoo as
                to a class Free State or an officially                   official identification. Contact the USDA at 877/741-
                certified free herd; and                                 3690 to obtain a Premise Identification Number.
           (6) All steers.                                            3. All sheep and goats from out of state require official
   b. Bulls over 18 months of age and all female cattle                  individual identification, a certificate of veterinary
      must be accompanied by a California entry                          inspection and a California entry permit.
      permit issued from the Animal Health and Food                   4. Fairs will not accept sheep and goats from scrapie
      Safety Services (AHFSS), CDFA within 15 days                       “non-compliant” flocks, or animals that are scrapie-
      of entering California.                                            positive or scrapie suspects.
   c. For cattle that are to remain in California, call               5. Fairs will not accept sheep and goats from scrapie-
      AHFSS, CDFA for requirements.                                      infected or source flocks, or animals that have been
   d. For cattle from states in which cattle scabies has                 exposed to scrapie unless they have been evaluated
      been reported, the California Department of                        and approved for exhibition by the state scrapie
      Food and Agriculture requires that it issue a                      epidemiologist.
      permit. Call AHFSS, CDFA for requirements.                      6. Fairs will keep records of the consignor, buyer, and
                                                                         animal identification for 5 years when animals
Swine Health Rules                                                       change ownership in a public sale at the fair.
1. Swine entering California require an official                      7. Fairs will try to accommodate Scrapie Flock
   certificate of veterinary inspection, official individual             Certification Program members with separate space
   identification and a California entry permit issued by                if practical. Breeding animals should be housed in
   AHFSS, CDFA.                                                          separate enclosures or locations from animals that
2. All swine must originate in validated brucellosis-free                are not in the certification program, if practical.
   herds or areas. If not from a free herd/free area,                 8. Sheep or goats within 30 days pre-or post-
   sexually intact swine more than 4 months of age                       parturition, or with vaginal discharge, shall if
   require a negative brucellosis test within 30 days                    practical, be kept separate from animals from
   prior to entry into California.                                       different flocks and in an area that can be properly
3. If swine are imported directly from states classified                 cleaned and disinfected.
   Pseudorabies Eradication Program Stage IV or V,                    9. Rams older than 6 months require a negative
   no pseudorabies test is required before importation,                  Brucella Ovis test within 30 days of entry into
   provided that they have not been exposed to or                        California, unless entering for exhibition without
   commingled with swine from a lower class state.                       change of ownership.


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Poultry, Rabbit, and Cavy Health Rules                                  8. Exhibitors must wear properly strapped headgear in
1. Any bird, rabbit, or cavy showing evidence of                           mounted or horse-drawn vehicle competition.
   disease will be immediately removed from the                            Headgear must be approved by American Society
   fairgrounds.                                                            for Testing and Materials/Safety Equipment Institute.
                                                                        9. Junior exhibitors are expected to groom and care for
         XI. HORSE SHOW DEPARTMENT                                         their animal(s) when at the fair. They shall refrain
State Rules in Sections I-X also apply where there is no                   from accepting active assistance from adults and
conflict.                                                                  non-exhibiting youth unless the junior exhibitor is
                                                                           actively engaged, and the assistance is only for
Rules For Horse Show Management.                   At USA                  instruction. Local fair rules will determine
Equestrian (formerly AHSA) and/or breed association                        enforcement.
approved horse shows, association rules shall apply. At                10. Ownership or Lease:
non-USA Equestrian (formerly AHSA) approved horse                         Any horse exhibited in the junior or youth division must
shows, USA Equestrian rules will be used as a guideline                   be owned or leased by the junior exhibitor showing the
unless otherwise specified in State or Local Rules.                       horse or owned by the junior exhibitor’s parent,
Rules for Exhibitors                                                      stepparent,       sibling,    half-sibling,    step-sibling,
 1. The age of an exhibitor on December 1 shall be                        grandparent, step grandparent, sibling’s spouse, half
    maintained through the next calendar year for Junior                  sibling’s spouse, step-sibling’s spouse or legal guardian
    Mount classes only.                                                   (as evidenced by court documents), or owned by the
 2. Amateur Definition: a person who does not give                        institution in which the junior exhibitor is enrolled as a
    riding lessons and/or ride, train, or show horses for                 ward. Separate legal entities, such as family
    money or assist the spouse or immediate family in                     corporations, trusts, or partnerships, are also authorized
    this activity. This includes a person under the age of                owners of the youth exhibitor’s horse so long as all legal
    18 years.                                                             and equitable owners and beneficiaries of the legal
    a. The management reserves the right to question                      entity are individuals specifically authorized by this rule.
         anyone's amateur standing if the question of                     “Owned” means, in addition to other legitimate methods
         status has been presented with reasonable                        of acquiring ownership, the bona fide legal ownership
         cause.      The decision of the horse show                       obtained for adequate consideration in reasonable
         management shall be final.                                       relationship with the actual market value of the horse.
    b. At USA Equestrian (formerly AHSA) approved                      11. Horse projects must be owned or leased by and
         and breed association approved horse shows,                       under the exhibitor's care and management and
         their definition of amateur applies.                              under the supervision of the organization in which
 3. Exhibitors shall provide the following on the entry form               the project will be shown 120 consecutive days prior
    for each entry if registered: (a) owner's name; (b)                    to the opening day of fair or event/show if held
    breed; (c) name of animal; (d) sex; and (e) year of                    separate from fair. The official ownership date is the
    birth. In breed classes where registration papers are                  date shown on the receipt of sale unless the animal
    required, the owner's name as listed on the registration               was bred by the exhibitor. The days are counted
    papers must be the same as on the entry form.                          prior to the opening day of the fair or event.
    Registration numbers of animals and their sires and                    a. Leased horses cannot be shown for
    dams will be required as per breed association.                             conformation in the halter division.
 4. Upon approval by the Board of Directors, post
                                                                           b. For owned horses, proof of ownership must be
    entries can be accepted at double the entry fee                             available at check in.
    unless a different penalty fee is printed in the
    exhibitor handbook.                                                    c. For leased horses, the lease, signed by the
 5. Substitutions can only be made within a division.
                                                                                owner and the 4-H, FFA, or Grange member,
    Substitutions must be made when the entry arrives at                        and a clear picture of a side view of the horse or
    the fairgrounds. For horse shows, a substitution is                         some permanent identification must be filed at
    considered the horse, not each class in which it is                         least 120 consecutive days prior to opening day
    entered. A $5.00 penalty per horse must be paid prior                       of the fair or event/show if held separately from
    to judging for each substitution made by the exhibitor.                     the fair at the county 4-H, FFA, or Grange office
                                                                                or with a person designated by the 4-H Youth
 6. All riders, drivers, and attendants shall be neatly and
                                                                                Advisor, FFA Advisor or Grange Youth Advisor.
    suitably dressed on entering the show ring. Horse
    show manager shall have final decision.                            12. Horses owned as a joint project may only be shown
                                                                           by one designated exhibitor at an individual show.
Junior Horse Show Exhibitors in 4-H, FFA and
                                                                      All Junior Horse Show Exhibitors
Grange classes, including Independent exhibitors in
                                                                      13. Fair Management will not allow junior exhibitors to
those classes.
                                                                          ride or show stallions unless it is specifically
 7. Junior Department rules (VII) also apply.                             provided for by the breed association and in that

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    case only in those specific breed classes at an USA               23. Photocopies of registration certificates for horse
    Equestrian (formerly AHSA) sanctioned show.                           shows may be permitted for the purpose of
14. Junior horse exhibitors may be allowed to enter the                   submitting entries. However, if the fair receives any
    Senior Department horse show unless Local Rules                       complaint or challenge concerning the registration of
    prohibit.                                                             any animal, the fair may request an original
                                                                          registration certificate and may disqualify the entry if
Participation Rules                                                       it cannot be produced.
15. Ponies entered in classes in which horses are eligible
    to compete cannot be shown in pony classes at the                Awards
    same show. Fair Management can restrict ponies
    from entering certain classes by stating so wherever              24. Fair Management may withhold the payment of
    applicable in the exhibitor handbook.                                 awards for exhibits which are in question under
16. Donkeys and mules cannot be shown in "all other                       State and Local Rules and may recover awards that
    breed" halter classes.                                                have been paid for exhibits in question.
17. Eliminations, if deemed necessary by the                          25. For ties other than first place in a jumper or other
    management, may be held in classes with large                         individually worked competition, the prize money is
    entries. The exhibitor shall be expected to ascertain                 split. Ties for first follow the jump off rules of the
    whether eliminations will be held.                                    specific Table and Section for that jumper class. If
                                                                          there is still a tie, prize money is split between the
Management                                                                winners (i.e. first and second place money is pooled
18. No show or contest official or his/her spouse shall                   and split evenly between the two riders).
    enter or exhibit horses in any show or contest at                     Distribution of non-money awards shall be
    which he/she is officiating, nor may any horse                        determined by management.
    owned by such person be entered or exhibited. A
    show contest official shall be defined as any person             Judges
    performing the duties of a show manager, judge
    steward, show secretary, cutter or chariot race                   26. The judge may judge for conformation before
    official, or any other horse contest. Duties include                  entering the show ring.
    but are not limited to:                                           27. In halter horse classes, judges shall be expected to
    a. Contacting or hiring of judges; and                                give reasons for their decisions, embracing the value
    b. Acceptance of entries or entry fees.                               and desirable qualifications of the animals for which
19. Minor children of Directors, Chief Executive Officer                  premiums are awarded, whenever possible and
    (CEO), Department Supervisor, Show Manager, staff                     reasonable.
    and/or committee members may exhibit horses                       28. Judges shall not discriminate against exhibitors
    which are the result of the child’s own earnings or a                 wearing protective headgear.
    gift made to the child, provided the requirements of
    the pertinent rules are met. All other requirements              EQUINE HEALTH RULES
    for exhibiting must be met.                                       29. All animals must be serviceably sound.          The
20. Animals owned jointly by a director and his/her minor                 soundness of animals when determined by the
    child or a CEO and his/her minor child are                            official veterinarian or by the judge shall be final
    considered as owned by the child in junior division                   and cannot be protested.          The horse show
    classes only.                                                         management may request the official veterinarian
21. Show Manager reserves the right to return entries,                    to examine any animal in competition. All penalties
    transfer entries or combine divisions or classes,                     of the Horse Protection Act of 1970 shall be strictly
    and/or cancel any division or class in which, in its                  enforced.
    judgment, the entries are insufficient to secure                  30. Exhibitors who refuse to allow their animal to be
    adequate competition.                                                 examined shall be disqualified from showing and
    a. Any return of entries under this rule must be                      such violation shall be reported to F&E. No refund
         done on a nondiscriminatory basis.                               can be made in these cases.
    b. In no instance (other than halter horse classes)
         will classes composed of fewer than three                   Equine Health Regulations
         exhibits or fewer than two exhibitors be
                                                                     Direct specific questions to CDFA, Animal Health and
         conducted.
                                                                     Food Safety Services, 1220 N Street, Sacramento,
    c. The horse show management must divide
                                                                     California 95814 -- (916) 654-1447.
         classes of 50 or more. Separate prize money
         and ribbons shall be provided for each class.                31. Equines     (horses and other equidae) entering
22. Horse show management shall assign a number to                        California from other states must be accompanied by
    each horse. The exhibitor must wear the number                        an official certificate of veterinary inspection showing
    when showing the horse.                                               an official negative test date (such as Coggins Test)
                                                                          for Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) within six months

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    of entry. Nursing foals under six months of age                                  XII. JUDGING STANDARDS
    accompanied by a negative dam are exempt from
    these requirements.                                               Note to Fair Management:       See also IV-3. "State
32. Equines known to be EIA positive reactors are                     Judging Standards” are to be used where applicable.
    forbidden to enter, reside, compete, or sell at any               Local judging standards may be used if published in the
    state-supported fairgrounds.                                      exhibitor handbook.
33. Equine Medication Monitoring Program (CA Food &
    Ag Code 24000-24018)                                              Market Livestock Standards: Any deviation from these
    a. Horses are subject to random drug and medication               scorecards must be approved by F&E prior to the
        testing specified in the Food and Agricultural Code.          printing of the exhibitor handbook.
        The applicable fee is $5.00 per horse per event.
        The drug-testing program is not applicable to most                          MARKET HOG SCORECARD
        rodeo related competitions, parade horses, and                GRADE
        activities under the jurisdiction of the California           Market Acceptable: U.S. No. 1 and No. 2 hogs of
        Horse Racing Board are exempt. Additionally,                  average or greater conformation that are acceptable in
        small single day shows with total fees (includes              leanness, muscularity and production traits.
        “entry fees," “ground fees,” “stall fees” and other
        fees), for any single class, that do not exceed               Not Market Acceptable: Any hog of below average
        $4.99 are exempt.                                             conformation including U.S. number 3, U.S. number 4
    b. Prohibited substances include most stimulants,                 and utility grade hogs.
        depressants, tranquilizers, anesthetics, sedative
        analgesics, corticosteroids, anabolic steroids,                            MARKET LAMB SCORECARD
        soring      agents,     and     masking      agents.          GRADE
        Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs are                      Market Ready: USDA Prime or Choice quality with 12
                                                                                                                         th

        restricted to therapeutic usage as prescribed or              rib back fat range .16-.35, average or greater
        administered by a licensed veterinarian, and                  conformation and cutability.
        test-sample levels detected must be in
        compliance with plasma levels associated with                 Not Market Ready: Good or lower quality grade with
        limited dosing*. Additionally, the detection of                 th
                                                                      12 rib back fat range <.16 or >.35; underfinished lambs
        both phenylbutazone and flunixin (Banamine®)                  grading USDA good or lower, below-average
        in either a blood or urine sample is a violation of           conformation or cutability.
        California rules. Maintaining a current listing of
        specific prohibited substances is impossible due              NOTE: Fairs may allow for additional grouping systems
        to     the    continual    introduction   of    new           within the Market Ready lambs or Market Acceptable
        pharmaceuticals, discontinuation of old ones,                 hogs for sale purposes.
        utilization of human products, and utilization of
        foreign products. Additionally, some exemptions                             MARKET BEEF SCORECARD
        exist. *Specific information is contained in the              GRADE
        “EMMP Medication Guidelines Brochure” and                     Market Ready: Market steers projected to have
        may be requested from CDFA/EMMP at                            sufficient fat deposition to meet the marbling
        916/654-1447.                                                 specifications for USDA Prime, Choice, or Select+
    c. Horses must be withdrawn from competition for                  quality grades.
        at least 24 hours after administration of a
        prohibited substance.            In addition, the             Not Market Ready: Market steers lacking evidence of
        administration of a prohibited substance during               sufficient fat deposition to produce a desirable consumer
        the 48 hours preceding the 24-hour withdrawal                 product. Steers projected to grade USDA Select- or
        time must be declared in writing to the event                 lower.
        manager.        Penalties for violations of the
        medication rules include fines, suspension, and
                                                                                    MARKET VEAL SCORECARD
        forfeiture of all winnings.
                                                                      GRADE
                                                                      Group 1: Animals are smooth, deep, thick and
2. Horse Protection Act
                                                                      compact; and the udder or scrotum shows a marked
   Exhibitors must comply with the Horse Protection
                                                                      fullness. They must have youthful appearance and be in
   Act of 1970 (P.L. 91-540) and rules adopted by the
                                                                      good condition.
   U.S. Secretary of Agriculture to carry out its
   provisions.
                                                                      Group 2: Animals must possess a moderately high
                                                                      degree of the higher quality grade characteristics. They



                                              Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
will carry less finish, show more bone, and have less
uniformity.                                                                  Not Market Ready: Good or lower quality grade with
                                                                               th
                                                                             12 rib back fat range <.08 or >.22; underfinished goats
Group 3: Animals lack finish, are rather leggy and                           grading USDA good or lower, below average
hippy, are rough in the shoulder, and are light in the                       conformation or cutability.
round.


GRADE
     MARKET GOAT (CHEVON) SCORECARD                                                Any questions call
Market Ready: USDA Prime or Choice quality with 12
                                                         th

rib back fat range .08-12 most desirable, .13-.22 back fat
                                                                                     the fair office
acceptable, average or greater conformation and
cutability.                                                                            842-2767

                     LOCAL RULES FOR THE SISKIYOU GOLDEN FAIR
PROTESTS:                                                                    7.     Independent exhibitors must be at least 5 years old by
                                  th
The Board of Directors of the 10 District Agricultural                              January 1st to exhibit in areas other than livestock.
Association will not sit in arbitration of any rule, only duly filed                (See State Rules under Junior Department Exhibitor
protests.                                                                           Age Requirements for other exhibitor requirements).
a.     The judge’s decisions on awards cannot be protested.                  8.     The Fair Management reserves the right to cancel any
       Protests will be considered only if there has been a                         class, return entries, transfer entries or combine
       violation of State or Local rules.                                           divisions or classes and/or cancel any division or class,
b.     All protests must be presented to the management of                          in which, in its judgment, the entries are insufficient to
       the fair in writing within 24 hours of the alleged violation,                secure adequate competition or in case of an
       or 24 hours after results are available to the public for                    emergency. In livestock, with the exception of group
       exhibits judged pre-fair. They must be accompanied by                        classes, and horse show departments, three or more
       a $100 deposit (cash, money order or certified check),                       entries, by two or more exhibitors will constitute a Class.
       or $200 if the protest relates to violations of State Rules                  The Livestock Superintendent and/or Judge has the
       X-XI (animal health rules); which will be returned if the                    right to break divisions into show classes based on the
       protest is determined valid.                                                 number of entries and divided by weight at their
c.     Protests and appropriate action will be decided by the                       discretion. All eligible entry fees will be refunded. (See
       Fair’s Board of Directors or designees in a timely                           State Rule II.0)
       manner.                                                               9.     Exhibits, other than livestock, rabbits and poultry, will be
d.     If the protest cannot be resolved with the Board of                          released from 8 PM to 9 PM on Sunday, or Monday
       Directors, the Division of Fairs and Expositions may                         from 8 AM to 6 PM and after that only during regular
       intervene.                                                                   business hours. No exhibits will be released without
                                                                                    claim checks.
                                                                             NOTE: One of the most common reasons for disallowance of
ENTRIES AND EXHIBITS:
                                                                             awards is the lack of signature authorizing the entries to be
1.     The State Fire Marshal shall check each booth and barn
                                                                             accepted. The signature is required on each entry form. No
       area in regard to a fire hazard. All material and
                                                                             awards may be approved for any of the entries on an unsigned
       decorations must be of a nonflammable material or
                                                                             entry form.
       treated and maintained with a flame-retarding product.
                                                                             NOTICE: With much regret the California State Fair has
2.     The owner or authorized agent(s) must present exhibits
                                                                             discontinued the County Fair Best of Show Still Exhibits
       in person. Exhibits will not be accepted by mail.
                                                                             Program. California residents are invited to enter the
       Please note the days and hours that exhibits will be
                                                                             State Fair competitions and can locate further information
       received and judged in your division, as major changes
                                                                             about doing so at www.bigfun.org.
       may have been made in that area. Exhibits entered in
       the wrong class may be disqualified for judging. (See
       State Rule III.4a)
                                                                             AWARDS:
3.     The fair will not be responsible for exhibits left 24 hours           10.     Occasionally discrepancies arise between the color of
       after the close of the fair. All exhibits and equipment                       the ribbon on the exhibit and the judges’ placement
       MUST be claimed and removed within 5 days. After 5                            sheet. If this occurs the judges’ sheet with the judges’
       days the items become property of the fair.                                   signature on it will take precedence.
4.     Checks for entry fees are to be made payable to the                   11.     Pro-Rated Premiums: The State of California through
                                                                                            th
       Siskiyou Golden Fair.                                                         the 10 District Agricultural Association has budgeted
5.     The Fair Management reserves the right to limit the                           about $22,000 to pay the premiums in the fair. In the
       number of entries made by an exhibitor.                                       event that the total premiums won by the exhibitors
6.     No entry will be accepted where an exhibitor prescribes                       exceed this amount, they may be pro-rated to the
       conditions under which he/she will exhibit.

                                                     Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
      exhibitors at the discretion of the Board of Directors with          21.     Livestock will be accepted on the Fairgrounds from 8:00
      the approval of the Division of Fairs and Expositions.                       AM to 8:00 PM Tuesday, and until 4:00 PM on
                                                                                   Wednesday. All market sheep, beef and swine must
ADMISSION, CAMPING & PARKING:                                                      be on the grounds by 8:00 AM Wednesday morning.
12.   Season Passes are $12.00 and will be available only to                       Arrivals prior to Tuesday MUST make arrangements
      4-H, FFA and Grange leaders and parents of junior                            with the Fair Manager. A stall charge of $2.00 per head
      livestock exhibitors, who have paid entry fees.                              will be assessed on all early arrivals and those who
13.   All persons wishing to stay on the fairgrounds must                          have not vacated the grounds within two days after the
      register with the fair office. Trailers will be assigned to a                close of the fair.
      specific location and must stay in that space. Areas are             22.     Each space used by each exhibitor must be kept clean
      to be kept clean and fire-hazard free. There will be no                      and its general appearance must be neat at all times.
      open flames. A midnight curfew will be enforced for all                      The aisles in all barns are to be clear of grain, hay,
      campers. Motor vehicles will be allowed in the                               manure and bedding. All stalls and pens, junior and
      designated parking area only. Those found in the                             senior, must be cleaned by 8:00 AM each day. NO
      campground area will be towed at the owner’s expense.                        EXCEPTIONS! All Junior Livestock Exhibitors must
      Rules of the Siskiyou Golden Fair must be obeyed as                          have a stall card on their pens identifying themselves,
      directed by the Fair Management. Any infraction of                           their animals and their club/chapter/independent.
      these rules will result in withholding of Premium Awards             23.     Cattle will be required to have a double tie at night. One
      and removal from the grounds. Fair staff will be                             tie should be around the neck. Failure to observe this
      available to place trailers only on the Sunday prior to the                  rule will result in the loss of premium money.
      fair. All units must be in place by Tuesday and a $79.00             24.     All cattle are to be halter broke-to-lead. Runaway cattle
      fee will be charged for each space for the duration of the                   are subject to removal from the fairgrounds.
      fair and paid prior to the fair.                                     25.     NEW!! All bulls over the age of 12 months must have
14.   There will be absolutely no camping in the livestock                         a nose lead or the animal will be removed from the
      barns.                                                                       grounds.
15.   NEW!! The area immediately south of livestock will be                26.     Bred dairy heifers and beef replacement heifers must
      used for exhibitor parking and the Livestock                                 have a mandatory second opinion on all pregnancy
      Superintendent will issue the vehicle passes. (See                           tests if first veterinarian determines any abnormalities or
      Local Rule 13 for camping permits). A limited number of                      heifer to not be pregnant. Pregnancy testing will be
                                                                                                                      th
      passes will be available. First preference will be given                     done on Wednesday, August 8 from 11:00 AM to 12:00
      to Junior Livestock leaders and judges. No livestock                         PM.
      passes will be issued to RV Park occupants. All                      27.     NEW!! No cross species nursing allowed. No nurse-
      vehicles without a pass, empty stock trucks, trailers, etc.                  cows allowed on the grounds.
      must be removed to the parking lot south of the shop                 28.     All livestock, including rabbits and poultry will be
      complex. No vehicles will be allowed into the barn area                      released from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM Sunday evening.
      after Wednesday.                                                             The fair will not be responsible for any animals left after
                                                                                   that time. ONLY animals sold through the auction will
COMPLIANCE WITH RULES:                                                             be released prior to 6:00 PM.
16.   No soliciting, other than by authorized concessionaires              29.     All livestock must be stabled according to the space
      and commercial exhibitors will be permitted on the                           allocated by the Fair Management. Animals are not to
      grounds and then only from within the confines of their                      be transferred without prior approval of the
      designated space.                                                            management.
17.   No dogs, other than show dogs performing at the fair or              30.     Junior exhibitors who remain on the fairgrounds at night
      fully trained service dogs will be allowed on the grounds.                   must be in their beds by midnight and are to use the
18.   Extension cords used to distribute power to any                              camping area in accordance with Local Rule #13. No
      electrical apparatus such as fans, etc. shall be rated 15                    disturbances will be tolerated. Violators of this rule will
      amps minimum and contain a ground wire. Cords not                            be removed from the grounds and their premiums
      meeting these requirements shall be confiscated for the                      withheld.
      duration of the fair.                                                        a. Adult supervisors must be a minimum age of 25
                                                                                         and are required for all junior exhibitors. Names of
LIVESTOCK:                                                                               supervisors must be listed on the entry form(s).
19.   To further expand State Rule X.1 any exhibitor found                         b. Junior exhibitors who, in the opinion of the adults in
      guilty of any form of mistreatment or cruelty to livestock                         charge, fail to conform to accepted standards of
      such as salting, force feeding, muzzling or tying animals                          conduct will be removed immediately (with
      while in pens to restrict them from feed or water, etc.,                           livestock) from the fairgrounds and all premiums
      will forfeit any and all premiums and privileges.                                  forfeited.
20.   The Fair will furnish straw for first bedding only from a            31.     Adults are not to groom or, in any way, care for animals
      designated site in the livestock area. Exhibitors wishing                    of junior exhibitors. Violation of this rule may cause
      to use this first bedding are responsible for placing it in                  disqualification of the exhibitor and forfeiture of any
      pens and using only what is necessary to insure there is                     premiums. (See State Rule VII.32)
      enough straw for all who wish to use it (approximately ¼             32.     No one, with the exception of the judge, exhibitors and
      bale is used per pen). Exhibitors will be expected to                        fair employees will be allowed in the Show Ring during
      furnish additional bedding as needed to present animals                      judging. Violation of this rule may cause disqualification
      to the best advantage.                                                       of the exhibitor and forfeiture of any premiums. (See
                                                                                   State Rule III.3)


                                                   Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
33.   Juniors, who for extraordinary reasons cannot show                                  Independent record books are available at the fair
      their own animals, must make arrangements for their                                 office.
      care and showing that are acceptable to the Fair                              c. Independent record books are to be turned in to the
                                                                                                                      th               nd
      Management or premiums may be withheld. Only                                        fair office between July 30 and August 2 .
      juniors eligible to show in the Junior Department may                               Individuals will be unable to show if the record book
      show the animal of the absent exhibitor.                                            is not turned in on time.
34.   Weighing of animals for classification will be done                   44.     NEW!! All junior livestock exhibitors must attend a
      between 9:00 AM and 4:00 PM on Wednesday. Swine                               mandatory meeting on Wednesday, August 8, 2007
      9 AM – 1 PM, Rabbits 12 PM – 2 PM, Bred                                       at 8:30 AM in the auction arena.
      Replacement Beef Heifers 11 AM – 12 PM, Beef 12 PM                    45.     Animals in market ready and market acceptable classes
      – 2 PM, Sheep 2 PM – 4 PM and Poultry 12 PM – 3 PM.                           of swine and sheep will be broken down into Group 1
      If there is a protest of weight, the animal will be taken off                 and Group 2 by the judge based on the quality of the
      the scale and held in the adjacent area. The scales will                      animals, for sale purposes only. All animals that are
      be balanced and the animal immediately re-weighed.                            deemed market ready and market acceptable will go to
      This will then be the final weight and the one assigned                       the auction for sale.
      to the animal. There are to be no private scales on the               46.     Red Tag Policy: To ensure that livestock exhibited at
      grounds. Any market animal failing to meet                                    the Siskiyou Golden Fair are cared for and treated in a
      minimum or maximum weight requirements is to be                               humane and ethical manner, and that livestock
      removed from the grounds on the day of weighing.                              pens/stalls are suitable for public display. Livestock
      If the exhibitor is using the sifted animal in                                exhibitors are solely responsible for the care of their
      showmanship, it is then to be removed upon completion                         animals while on exhibit at the Siskiyou Golden Fair. If
      of that class.                                                                the Livestock Superintendent becomes aware of any
35.   All market livestock receiving a white ribbon in a market                     livestock exhibit that is not being cared for in an ethical,
      class are not eligible for auction and the animal must be                     humane manner, or situations where an acceptable
      removed from the fairgrounds. The Livestock                                   state of pen cleanliness, as determined by the livestock
      Superintendent may remove the white ribbon animals                            management staff, is not being maintained, the following
      from the fairgrounds at any time during the fair should                       will occur:
      the exhibitors fail to care for the animals.                                  a. The Livestock Superintendent will determin the
36.   All livestock are to be washed inside of wash racks only.                           name and affiliation of the responsible exhibitor.
      Anyone found not complying and creating a water and                           b. A Red Tag, with the following information, will be
      mud nuisance will be expelled from the grounds.                                     affixed to the exhibitors pen/stall.
37.   There will be no grooming or clipping of animals on the                               i. The exhibitor’s name
      mall lawns or in the judging arenas at any time.                                     ii. The observed problem
38.   No “For Sale” signs are to be put on stalls or pens until                           iii. The date and time of the citation
      after the auction.                                                                  iv. Signature of the Livestock Superintendent
39.   All livestock is to be confined to the area south of the                      c. It is the exhibitor’s responsibility to respond to the
      rabbit/poultry barn and west of the center mall.                                    Red Tag by contacting the Livestock
40.   All market sheep must be in their pens at 9:30 AM                                   Superintendent within 12 hours of the citation being
      Wednesday to be checked for any live fungus. Those                                  issued. The exhibitor will formulate and initiate a
      animals found to be carrying a live fungus will be sent                             plan of correction approved by the Livestock
      home.                                                                               Superintendent. Reasonable efforts will be made
41.   All junior livestock exhibitors who qualify to sell at the                          by the Livestock Superintendent to contact the
          th
      10 District Agricultural Association Junior Livestock                               exhibitor’s FFA advisor, 4-H Leader, Parent or
      Auction must participate in the auction program in one                              Designee and advise them of the situation resulting
      of a variety of duties identified on the designated sign-                           in the Red Tag citation.
      up sheet. The sign-up sheet must be completed when                            d. Any exhibitor failing to make contact with the
      obtaining your fair entry wristband and prior to the                                Livestock Superintendent within 12 hours may be
      auction. Failure to participate in the auction will result in                       issued an automatic second Red Tag citation.
      a $5.00 fine and possible holding of auction check until                      e. Any exhibitor receiving two Red Tag citations
      the fine has been paid. This rule applies to ALL junior                             during the Fair will be declared ineligible for further
      livestock exhibitors (4-H, FFA, Grange, Independent).                               competition, including participation in the Junior
42.   All junior livestock exhibitors entering market animals                             Livestock Auction. The exhibitor will forfeit all fair
      must provide fair management with a picture of the                                  premiums, awards earned and is required to
      project animal with identification number, appropriate                              remove the animal exhibit from the fairgrounds.
      proof of ownership, permanent tag, tattoo and/or hog                          f. Any exhibitor that is required, under the provisions
      ear notch information 120 days prior to fair for beef and                           of the Red Tag Policy, to remove their animal entry
      dairy; 60 days prior for sheep and swine; and 30 days                               from the fairgrounds, must do so within 12 hours
      prior for rabbits and poultry.                                                      from the time of notification.
43.   Independent exhibitors must comply with all State and                 47.     There will be no gate holds for livestock shows. No
      Local rules including the following:                                          Exceptions!
      a. Independent junior livestock exhibitors must be at                 48.     NEW!! No food is allowed in any livestock barn. No
             least 9 years old and not be older than 19 on                          alcohol is allowed in any livestock barn. Non-alcoholic
                       st
             January 1 .                                                            drinks with lids are permitted. This rule does not apply to
      b. All Independent junior livestock market exhibitors                         the Sedge Nelson Livestock Arena.
             must have project management records and proof
             of supervision available as to the length of project.

                                                    Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
POULTRY:
49.   Leg bands are required on all entries. All birds must be                      JUNIOR LIVESTOCK EXHIBITOR
      numbered with legible numbered bands prior to cooping                            SHOW RING ETIQUETTE
      in at the fair. The number of this band must be the
      same as shown on the entry form. Duplicate numbers
                                                                           The following are appropriate etiquette rules regarding
      must not be used on birds of the same variety.
50.   Substitutions can only be made within the same division
                                                                           your conduct and behavior in the show ring. If for any
      as the original entry.                                               reason you chose to violate these rules it may result in
51.   All crates must be removed from the showroom as soon                   your ineligibility to show your animal for placing and
      as the birds are transferred to show coops.                         consequently selling your animal in the Junior Livestock
52.   All birds will be shown in suitable coops (long tailed                                          Auction.
      Bantam males will be provided large coops). The right
      is reserved to double-coop females of the same variety,            1. You will show respect for the judge, fair
      owned by one exhibitor.                                               management, your animal, and your fellow
53.   Eggs laid will become the property of the fair. The
                                                                            showmen at all times. No disrespectful behavior will
      exhibitor will not be able to remove their eggs from the
      fair.
                                                                            be tolerated.
                                                                         2. No baseball caps or headwear other than that which
HORSES:                                                                     is standard to your respective uniform.
54.   Junior exhibitors may enter Senior Horse Show classes              3. No open toed shoes of any kind. This is mandatory
      only if that class is not available in the Junior Horse               and for your protection.
      Show Divisions. (See State Rule XI.12)                             4. No cell phones, MP3 players, pagers or other
55.   Horses will not be permitted in any area other than                   electronic gear allowed in the show ring. If these
      Collier Pavilion, the Horse Show Complex and the                      items are found they will be confiscated and not
      Grandstand Arena, if being shown there. At no time are                returned until after you are released from the
      horses allowed on streets, walks, pedestrian areas,
                                                                            fairgrounds on Sunday.
      lawns, etc.
56.   The Horse Show Manager will assign stalls and a fee of
                                                                         5. No sunglasses in the show ring. Tinted prescription
      $10.00 per day per stall must be paid with entries.                   glasses are okay.
      Preference on stalls will be given to distance from                6. Be on time for all of your classes. There will be no
      residence to fairgrounds. The Horse Show Manager will                 gate holds.
      be available in the Horse Show Office, east of Collier
                                     th                      th
      Pavilion, Saturday August 4 , Saturday August 11 and
                           th
      Sunday August 12 .
57.   All horses must be stabled according to the space                                         NOTES
      allocated by the Fair Management. Not more than one
      (1) horse per stall will be allowed and stalls will not be
      transferred without prior approval from Management.
58.   No post entries will be accepted.
59.   Horses may be led to the arena gate, but riders must
      enter on their own. Violation of this rule will result in
      disqualification of rider.
60.   There will be no gate holds, no exceptions!
61.   All exhibitors in the Junior Horse Show must wear
      protective headgear with chin strap whenever exhibitor
      is on a horse, whether showing or not.




       FAIR OFFICE
      PHONE NUMBER
         842-2767

                                                 Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
         JUNIOR LIVESTOCK EXHIBITOR
              CODE OF CONDUCT                                                     CODE OF CONDUCT PROTOCOL FOR
                                                                                   JUNIOR LIVESTOCK EXHIBITORS
   Exhibiting livestock at the Siskiyou Golden Fair is a
                                                                        Violation:                   RV Park Curfew
 privilege and must be respected as such. To that end,                  Report to:                   Livestock Superintendent/Fair CEO
 all junior exhibitors who wish to sell and/or show at the              Decision Made By:            Fair CEO
     Siskiyou Golden Fair must adhere to the Code of
   Conduct to be eligible to participate in the fair. This              Violation:                   RV Park Disturbance
  Code of Conduct covers conduct of the exhibitor from                  Report to:                   Livestock Superintendent/Fair CEO
    the Monday before opening day of the fair through                   Decision Made By:            Fair CEO
 Sunday, the last day of the fair. Violations of the Code
                                                                        Violation:                   Code of Conduct
   of Conduct will not be tolerated. An investigation of                Report to:                   Livestock Superintendent/Fair CEO
    alleged violations will be conducted and a decision                 Decision Made By:            Conduct Committee
 rendered by the appropriate involved parties according
 to the Code of Conduct Protocol. Violations may result                 Violation:                   State or Local Rules
        in loss of right to sell animals at the auction.                Report to:                   File a formal protest with the
                                                                                                     Livestock Superintendent. See
1.    All junior livestock exhibitors will refrain from any                                          Local Rules for procedure to follow.
      use of alcohol, drugs, tobacco or obscene                         Decision Made By:            Fair CEO and/or Board of Directors
                                                                                                     and/or Division of Fairs &
      language during the Siskiyou Golden Fair. They                                                 Expositions.
      will also refrain from being in the company of
      minors who are using alcohol, drugs, tobacco or                   Violation:                   Auction Rules
      obscene language.                                                 Report to:                   Livestock Superintendent
2.    All junior livestock exhibitors will treat their animals          Decision Made By:            Auction Executive Committee
      in a safe and humane manner. Their animals will
      have the necessary feed and water during the                      1.      All alleged violations will be charged through a written
      entire time they are at the fairgrounds.                                  form available at the Livestock Office or Fair
                                                                                Administration Office. No oral complaints will be
3.    All junior livestock exhibitors will keep their animal                    investigated, unless reported by Fair security staff to
      pens clean and free of hazards at all times.                              Fair Management.
4.    All junior livestock exhibitors will treat adults,                2.      Witnesses to the alleged violations will be contacted and
      especially those in authority, with respect.                              interviewed. For Code of Conduct violations, witnesses
5.    All junior livestock exhibitors will follow all local                     may be asked to appear before the Conduct Committee
      and state rules that apply to their particular                            in front of the accused. Conduct Committee consists of
      project(s).                                                               the Fair CEO, Livestock Superintendent, and one
6.    All junior livestock exhibitors staying in the fair’s                     member of the Fair Board. It is in the sole discretion of
      RV Park or visiting friends in the fair’s RV Park will                    the Conduct Committee whether to hold a hearing.
                                                                        3.      All decisions made by the CEO regarding RV Park
      abide by all curfews and all other RV Park rules.                         violations will be final. Concerns regarding the CEO’s
7.    No junior livestock exhibitors will allow an adult to                     decisions may be forwarded to the Siskiyou Golden Fair
      perform the junior exhibitor’s duties including fitting                   Board of Directors for their next regular meeting. To be
      an animal for show, cleaning pens, feeding or                             placed on the agenda, contact the Fair office
      watering. Junior exhibitors may exchange duties                           immediately to meet state open meeting law notification
      with fellow club members or fellow junior exhibitors                      requirements.
      as a matter of team work.                                         4.      All decisions made by the Conduct Committee will be
                                                                                final. Concerns regarding the committee’s decisions
                                                                                may be forwarded to the Siskiyou Golden Fair Board of
                                                                                Directors for their next regular meeting. To be placed
                                                                                on the agenda, contact the Fair office immediately to
                                                                                meet state open meeting law notification requirements.
                                                                        5.      All decisions by the Junior Livestock Auction Executive
                                                                                Committee are final. Concerns regarding the
                                                                                                                                         th
                                                                                committee’s decisions may be forwarded to the full 10
                                                                                District Junior Livestock Auction Committee for their
PRE-SALE CARNIVAL WRISTBANDS                                                    next regular meeting. The auction committee is a
    $15.00 ($25.00 at fair time)                                                separate private non-profit organization that conducts
                                                                                the auction at the Fair.
PRE-SALE ADMISSION (PACK OF 5)                                          6.      All judges’ decisions are final and cannot be protested.
      $20.00 (30% savings)



                                                Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
                                                                                                       STALLIONS
            SENIOR HORSE SHOW                                               Class                                            Date of Foaling
                                                                               1.     4 year olds and over               During or before 2003
                   DONATED AWARDS                                              2.     2 and 3 year olds                  During 2004 and 2005
                                                                               3.     Yearlings                          During 2006
 Champion Stock Horse - Shasta Shadow Ranch/Joe & Lori Murphy                  4.     Foals (ribbons only)*              During 2007
      Reserve Champion Stock Horse – R.B.’s Awards & More                             *no entry fee or cash awards
     Perpetual for Quarter Horse, Get of Sire - Jim & B.J. Manton                                       GELDINGS
         Perpetual to All Around Champion Western Horse
                                                                                    (Registered AQHA/APHA Geldings may be shown
                          - Jim & B.J. Manton
 All Around Draft Horse-High Point, donated in honor of Clarence                              with Appendix Certificate only.)
                 Dudley -Siskiyou Angus & Herefords                            5.     4 year olds and over               During or before 2003
                Draft Horse - Siskiyou Telephone Co.                           6.     2 and 3 year olds                  During 2004 and 2005
                                                                               7.     Yearlings                          During 2006
 ALL AROUND CHAMPION – WORKING WESTERN HORSE                                                              MARES
  Jim and B.J. Manton will award a special perpetual trophy to                8.      4 year olds and over               During or before 2003
the All Around Champion Western Horse. This award will go to                  9.      2 and 3 year olds                  During 2004 and 2005
 the horse that scores the most points in three or more events.               10.     Yearlings                          During 2006
   Required events include a halter class, one working cattle                 11.     Foals (ribbons only)*              During 2007
   class (snaffle, hackamore or bridle) and at least one other                        *no entry fee or cash awards
                          western class.                                                                 GROUPS
                             Points                                                  All entered as individuals in appropriate classes.
                    5 Points
                                          st
                                         1 Place                              12.     Get of Sire – 3 animals, sired by same stallion.
                                          nd                                          (Identify animal by registration number and owner if
                    4 Points             2 Place
                                          rd                                          two or more exhibitors complete group.) Sire need not
                    3 Points             3 Place
                                          th                                          be shown. Jim & B.J. Manton Perpetual Trophy must
                    2 Points             4 Place
                                          th                                          be won 3 times for permanent possession.
                    1 Point              5 Place
                                                                              13.     Produce of Dam – 2 animals, produce of same mare.
                                                                                      (Identify animal by registration number and owner if
               LIGHT HORSE/HALTER                                                     two or more exhibitors complete the group.) Dam
    Registered Breeding Animals and Registered Geldings                               need not be shown. Jim & B.J. Manton Perpetual
                                                                                      Trophy must be won 3 times for permanent
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ENTRIES CLOSE:                JULY 13                                                 possession.
ENTRY FEES:                   $5.00 per entry per class                       14.     Mare & Foal – Trophy and Ribbons only – no cash
                              $5.00 drug fee per horse                                awards. Mare with one foal to be shown. Must have
                              $10.00 per stall per night                              been foaled within calendar year. Mare and foal do
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EXHIBITS RECEIVED:            August 11 at 8:00 AM                                    have to be owned by the same owner or entered as
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EXHIBIT JUDGED:               August 11 at 8:00 AM                                    individuals.
EXHIBITS RELEASED:            Immediately following show
TYPE OF JUDGING:              American                                      DIVISION 2 - All OTHER BREEDS
RESTRICTIONS:                 Open to the world.
                              No post entries will be accepted.             NOTE: Includes any species of animal that meets their
                                                                            respective breed association standards for purebred registry,
NOTE: Classes will start at 8:00 AM and it is the exhibitor’s               with the exception of draft horses.
responsibility to be at the gate for each class. Stalls will be
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available on Friday, August 10 and Saturday, August 11 .
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                                                                            Class                                            Date of Foaling
The Horse Show Manager will assign stalls. A fee of $10.00
                                                                               1.     4 year olds and over               During or before 2003
per stall per day must be paid with entries (see Local Rule #54-
                                                                               2.     2 and 3 year olds                  During 2004 and 2005
55). The Horse Show Manager will be available in the Horse
                                                                 th            3.     Yearlings                          During 2006
Show Office, east of Collier Pavilion on Saturday, August 11 .
                                                                               4.     Foals (ribbons only)*              During 2007
State Rules shall supersede all participating Horse Association
rules. Entrants may not cross-enter in halter divisions.                              *no entry fee or cash awards
                                                                                                        GELDINGS
                                                                               5.     4 year olds and over               During or before 2003
Premiums Offered Per Class
     st          nd        rd        th        th      th                      6.     2 and 3 year olds                  During 2004 and 2005
   1           2         3         4         5       6                                                                   During 2006
                                                                               7.     Yearlings
  $35          $30      $25       $20      Ribbon  Ribbon
                                                                                                          MARES
Trophies will be awarded to Grand & Reserve Champion                          8.      4 year olds and over               During or before 2003
Quarter Horse/Paints/Appys and All Other Breeds.                              9.      2 and 3 year olds                  During 2004 and 2005
                                                                              10.     Yearlings                          During 2006
DIVISION 1 - QUARTER HORSE/PAINTS/APPYS                                       11.     Foals (ribbons only)*              During 2007
NOTE: Registry in the American Quarter Horse Association or                           *no entry fee or cash awards
American Paint Horse Association is required. Appendixes                                                 GROUPS
registered stallions and mares three years old and over are not                      All entered as individuals in appropriate classes.
eligible. Appendix registered geldings are eligible.



                                                    Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
 12.     Get of Sire – 3 animals, sired by same stallion.                   5.      Open Jumpers (fences 2’6”-3’) – USA Table II, Section
         (Identify animal by registration number and owner if                       II A to be used. Time first jump off.
         two or more exhibitors complete group.) Sire need not              6.      Gamblers Choice – Fences start at 2 feet, 6 to 8
         be shown.                                                                  obstacles, valued relative to their difficulty. Rider may
 13.     Produce of Dam – 2 animals, produce of same mare.                          take fences in any order. Points will be scored if jump
         (Identify animal by registration number and owner if                       is cleared. No points if it is knocked down. No
         two or more exhibitors complete the group.) Dam                            obstacle may be jumped more than twice. In case of
         need not be shown.                                                         refusal, rider may take another jump. Refusals will be
 14.     Mare & Foal – Trophy and Ribbons only – no cash                            penalized by time except third refusal incurs
         awards. Mare with one foal to be shown. Must have                          elimination. There is a 50-second time limit. Rider
         been foaled within calendar year. Mare and foal do                         must cross the finish line after signal and time is
         have to be owned by the same owner or entered as                           recorded. Time is used in case of a tie.
         individuals.                                                       7.      English Equitation
                                                                            8.      English Pleasure, Senior Horse, Stock Type Breeds
DIVISION 3 - SHOWMANSHIP                                                    9.      English Pleasure, Senior Horse, Saddle Seat Type
Class                                                                               Breeds
 1.     Showmanship                                                         10.     English Pleasure, Junior Horse (5 years old and under)

DIVISION 4 - PLEASURE DRIVING                                             DIVISION 6 - STOCK HORSES
Class                                                                     ENTRY FEES:                   $31.00 – this class only (cattle fee
 1.     Pleasure Driving, Working                                                                       is $25.00 and entry fee is $6.00)
 2.     Driving – Obstacle (ribbons only in this class).                                                $5.00 drug fee per horse

                   PERFORMANCE                                            NOTE: NRCHA rules will apply with the exception of the
                                                                          NRCHA rule 5.2, equipment/bit rule. The Siskiyou Golden Fair
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ENTRIES CLOSE:              JULY 13                                       will allow the use of NRHA approved bits, NRHA equipment
ENTRY FEES:                 $6.00 per entry per class                     rule (3)(c), which allows broken mouth pieces. Both rule books
                            $5.00 drug fee per horse                      will be available at the office for viewing, upon request.
                            $10.00 per stall per night
EXHIBITS RECEIVED:                    th                                  Class
                            August 12 at 8:00 AM
                                      th                                    1.      Stock Horse (cattle to be worked)
EXHIBIT JUDGED:             August 12 at 8:00 AM
                                                                                    NRCHA patterns to be used.
EXHIBITS RELEASED:          Immediately following show
TYPE OF JUDGING:            American
RESTRICTIONS:
                                                                          DIVISION 7- SISKIYOU COUNTY CHAMPION
                            Open to the world.
                            No post entries will be accepted.                         STOCK HORSE
                                                                          ENTRY FEES:                   $31.00 – this class only (cattle fee
NOTE: Section I through V of the State Rules and Section XI                                             is $25.00 and entry fee is $6.00)
Horse Show Rules apply to this department. Events are to be                                             $5.00 drug fee per horse
held in the same order as listed in the Exhibitor Handbook.               RESTRICTIONS:                 Open to Siskiyou County residents
The Horse Show Manager will assign stalls and a fee of $10.00                                           only.
per stall per day must be paid with entries (see Local Rule
#54). Rules and definitions for conducting each class as                  RULES: Both horse and rider must have been a resident of
contained in the Rule Book for the USA Equestrian (formerly               Siskiyou County for at least six months immediately prior to the
known as the American Horse Show Association, Inc.) will                  fair. All horses previously winning this class are eligible to
apply unless otherwise specified and provided they do not                 enter. A signed affidavit of eligibility must accompany each
conflict with any rules and regulations prescribed by the                 entry.
Division of Fairs and Expositions of the California Department            NOTE: NRCHA rules will apply with the exception of the
of Food and Agriculture.                                                  NRCHA rule 5.2, equipment/bit rule. The Siskiyou Golden Fair
For Division 5 Classes 8 and 9 and Division 8 Classes 3 and 4             will allow the use of NRHA approved bits, NRHA equipment
the following examples:                                                   rule (3) (c), which allows broken mouth pieces. Both rule
Stock Type Breeds – Quarter Horses, Paints, Appaloosas                    books will be available at the office for viewing, upon request.
Saddle Seat Type Breeds – Morgans, Arabs, Saddle Seat                     The Fair Association reserves the right to cancel this division
                                                                          due to lack of participation.
Premiums Offered Per Class
     st        nd        rd           th         th           th          Class
   1         2         3            4           5            6
  $50       $40       $30           $20        $10         Ribbon           1.      Siskiyou County Stock Horse (cattle to be worked)
                                                                                    NRCHA Patterns to be used.
DIVISION 5 - HUNTER/JUMPER
Class                                                                     DIVISION 8 - WESTERN
                                                                          Class
 1.     Hunters, Beginning (fences 2’)
 2.     Hunters, Green (fences 2’-2’4”)                                     1.      Reining, Senior Horse – NRHA Rules and Patterns to
                                                                                    be used.
 3.     Equitation Over Fence (fences 2’-2’6”)
                                                                            2.      Reining, Junior Horse (5 years old and under) – NRHA
 4.     Hunter Hack (fences 2’)
                                                                                    Rules and Patterns to be used.

                                                  Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
 3.     Western Pleasure, Senior Horse Stock Type Breeds                                                           th
                                                                                                         August 8 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
 4.     Western Pleasure, Senior Horse Saddle Seat Type                  EXHIBIT JUDGED:                           th
                                                                                                         August 10 After the Junior Show
        Breeds                                                           EXHIBITS RELEASED:                        th
                                                                                                         August 12 at 6:00 PM
 5.     Western Pleasure, Junior Horse (5 years old and                  TYPE OF JUDGING:                American
        under)
                                                                         RESTRICTIONS:                   Local classes limited to Siskiyou,
 6.     Western Equitation
                                                                                                         Modoc, Shasta, Del Norte,
 7.     Trail Senior Horse
                                                                                                         Humboldt, Trinity, Josephine,
 8.     Trail Junior Horse
                                                                                                         Jackson, Klamath and Tehama
                                                                                                         counties.
DIVISION 9 - DRAFT HORSE & MULE SHOW
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ENTRIES CLOSE:              JULY 13                                      Premiums Offered Per Class
ENTRY FEES:                 $6.00 per entry per class                         st          nd       rd        th         th
                                                                            1           2        3         4          5
                            $5.00 drug fee per horse/mule                  $50          $45      $40      $35        $30
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EXHIBITS RECEIVED:          August 11 at 1:30 PM
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EXHIBIT JUDGED:             August 11 at 1:30 PM
EXHIBITS RELEASED:          Immediately following show
TYPE OF JUDGING:
                                                                         DIVISION 15 - ANGUS
                            American
                                                                                                       FEMALES
                                                                         Class                                               Date of Calving
Premiums Offered Per Class                                                 1.        Junior Calf                         Jan. 1 – Apr. 8, 2007
     st        nd        rd          th         th          th
   1         2         3           4           5         6                 2.        Senior Calf                         Sep. 1 – Dec. 31, 2006
  $50       $40       $30          $20        $10      Ribbon              3.        Junior/Summer Yearling              Jan. 1 – Aug. 31, 2006
                                                                           4.        Senior Yearling                     Mar. 1 – Dec. 31, 2005
NOTE: The Draft Horse events will be held in the Warm Up                                                  BULLS
Arena. Depending on the number of entries, this division may               5.        Junior Calf                         Jan. 1 – Apr. 8, 2007
be cancelled at the discretion of fair management. Full rules              6.        Senior Calf                         Sep. 1 – Dec. 31, 2006
and courses will be available upon request.                                7.        Junior/Summer Yearling              Jan. 1 – Aug. 31, 2006
                                                                           8.        Senior Yearling                     Mar. 1 – Dec. 31, 2005
Class                                                                                                   GROUPS
 1.     Single Horse Hitch (man or lady)                                         All owned by one exhibitor and entered as individuals.
 2.     Single Horse Gambler’s Choice: a timed event through                9.       Pair of Females: two females, bred by exhibitor.
        a number of point rated obstacles. Selection of                    10.       Get of Sire: four animals, get of same bull, both sexes
        obstacles is the choice of teamster.                                         to be represented.
 3.     Team Gambler’s Choice: a timed event through a                     11.       Three Bulls
        number of point related obstacles. Selection of
        obstacles is the choice of the teamster.                         DIVISION 16 - HEREFORDS
 4.     Street Driving: each hitch will be judged on control and                                       FEMALES
        teamsters ability.                                               Class                                               Date of Calving
 5.     Log Skidding: timed event through pylons with time                 1.        Junior Calf                         Jan. 1 – Apr. 8, 2007
        penalties added for faults.                                        2.        Senior Calf                         Sep. 1 – Dec. 31, 2006
 6.     Farm Class: single, team, abreast, or four-up.                     3.        Junior/Summer Yearling              Jan. 1 – Aug. 31, 2006
 7.     Milk Crate Race: timed event loading and hauling milk              4.        Senior Yearling                     Mar. 1 – Dec. 31, 2005
        cartons.                                                                                          BULLS
 8.     Barrel Race (ribbons only in this class)                           5.        Junior Calf                         Jan. 1 – Apr. 8, 2007
                                                                           6.        Senior Calf                         Sep. 1 – Dec. 31, 2006
                                                                           7.        Junior/Summer Yearling              Jan. 1 – Aug. 31, 2006
                                                                                                                         Mar. 1 – Dec. 31, 2005
                   SENIOR BEEF                                             8.        Senior Yearling
                                                                                                        GROUPS
                                                                                 All owned by one exhibitor and entered as individuals.
                  DONATED AWARDS                                            9.       Pair of Females: two females, bred by exhibitor.
                                                                           10.       Get of Sire: four animals, get of same bull, both sexes
        Supreme Champion Bull - Little Shasta Ranch                                  to be represented.
           Supreme Champion Heifer - Kuck Ranch
Champion & Reserve Pen of Five – Wood Cattle Company/Beltramo
                                                                           11.       Three Bulls
                           Ranch
                                                                         DIVISION 17 - ALL OTHERS
            REGISTERED PUREBRED                                                                        FEMALES
                                                                         Class                                               Date of Calving
              BREEDING ANIMALS                                             1.       Junior Calf                          Jan. 1 – Apr. 8, 2007
                                                                           2.       Senior Calf                          Sep. 1 – Dec. 31, 2006
NOTE: Nurse Cows will not be permitted on the fairgrounds.                 3.       Junior/Summer Yearling               Jan. 1 – Aug. 31, 2006
                                                                           4.       Senior Yearling                      Mar. 1 – Dec. 31, 2005
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ENTRIES CLOSE:              JULY 13                                                                  BULLS
ENTRY FEES:                 $5.00 per entry per class                      5.       Junior Calf                          Jan. 1 – Apr. 8, 2007
EXHIBITS RECEIVED:                  th
                            August 7 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM                    6.       Senior Calf                          Sep. 1 – Dec. 31, 2006
                                                                           7.       Junior/Summer Yearling               Jan. 1 – Aug. 31, 2006

                                                 Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
 8.     Senior Yearling                      Mar. 1 – Dec. 31, 2005         registered or purebred. Grade or unregistered purebred
                            GROUPS                                          animals only.
     All owned by one exhibitor and entered as individuals.                 All animals in each class must be owned and bred by one
  9.     Pair of Females: two females, bred by exhibitor.                   exhibitor. Not to be shown in any other Division. All animals
 10.     Get of Sire: four animals, get of same bull, both sexes            must be branded by owner’s registered brand and dehorned.
         to be represented.                                                 Brand must be shown on entry form.
 11.     Three Bulls
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                                                                            ENTRIES CLOSE:               JULY 13
DIVISION 18 - COW & CALF                                                    ENTRY FEES:                  $10.00 per entry per class
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                            FEMALES                                         EXHIBITS RECEIVED:           August 7 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Class                                                                                                             th
                                                                                                         August 8 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
 1.     Cow and Calf All Breeds: Calf must have been born                                                            th
                                                                            EXHIBIT JUDGED:              August 10 After the Junior &
        between January 1 and July 1, 2006 and be eligible for                                           Senior Beef Show
        registry. All cattle from Divisions 15 – 17 are eligible to         EXHIBITS RELEASED:                       th
                                                                                                         August 12 at 6:00 PM
        enter.                                                              TYPE OF JUDGING:             American
        NOTE: When making entry for this class, as a group,                 RESTRICTIONS:                Local classes limited to Siskiyou
        enter cow on one line and calf on one line; identify both                                        County.
        animals by birth date and registration numbers. If a calf
        is not old enough to show as an individual and does not
        have a registration number, be sure to give birth date of           Premiums Offered Per Class
                                                                                 st          nd       rd        th
        the calf, permanent identification and registration                    1           2        3         4
        number of its sire and dam.                                           $100         $85      $70      $55
                                                                            Rosettes will be awarded to Champion & Reserve Champion.
  PENS OF STOCKER & FEEDER ANIMALS
                                                                            DIVISION 20 - ENGLISH BREEDS
NOTE: Grade or unregistered purebred animals only. Number                   Class                                           Date of Calving
of entries may be limited to facilities available. All animals over           1.     5 Replacement Heifers              Jan. 1 – Apr. 30, 2006
500 lbs. are to be weaned. All cattle to be branded by owner’s                2.     5 Replacement Heifers              Sep. 1 – Dec. 31, 2005
registered brand and dehorned. Brand must be shown on
each form. All animals in each class must be bred and owned                 DIVISION 21 - ENGLISH CROSSES
by one exhibitor. Animals will not be fed grain or pellets during           Class                                           Date of Calving
the summer or Fair.                                                           1.     5 Replacement Heifers              Jan. 1 – Apr. 30, 2006
                                                                              2.     5 Replacement Heifers              Sep. 1 – Dec. 31, 2005
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ENTRIES CLOSE:                JULY 13
ENTRY FEES:                   $10.00 per entry per class                    DIVISION 22 - ALL OTHER BREEDS
                                       th                                   Class                                           Date of Calving
EXHIBITS RECEIVED:            August 7 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM
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                              August 8 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM                     1.     5 Replacement Heifers              Jan. 1 – Apr. 30, 2006
EXHIBIT JUDGED:                           th
                              August 10 After the Junior &                    2.     5 Replacement Heifers              Sep. 1 – Dec. 31, 2005
                              Senior Beef Show
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EXHIBITS RELEASED:            August 12 at 6:00 PM
TYPE OF JUDGING:              American                                                   SENIOR DAIRY CATTLE
RESTRICTIONS:                 Local classes limited to Siskiyou
                              County.
                                                                                          REGISTERED PUREBRED
Premiums Offered Per Class                                                                  BREEDING ANIMALS
     st          nd         rd       th
   1           2          3        4
  $100         $85        $70      $55                                      NOTE: Senior and Junior Yearlings in Milk must be shown
Rosettes will be given to Champion & Reserve Champion.                      with two year olds in both the individual and group classes.
                                                                            (Note “In Milk” on your entry form).
DIVISION 19 - ALL BREEDS                                                                                         TH
(JUDGED TOGETHER)                                                           ENTRIES CLOSE:               JULY 13
Class                                            Date of Calving            ENTRY FEES:                  $5.00 per entry per class
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 1.     5 Heifers                            Jan. 1 – Apr. 8, 2007          EXHIBITS RECEIVED:           August 7 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM
                                                                                                                  th
 2.     5 Heifers                            Sep. 1 – Dec. 31, 2006                                      August 8 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
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 3.     5 Steers                             Jan. 1 – Apr. 8, 2007          EXHIBIT JUDGED:              August 8 at 5:30 PM
 4.     5 Steers                             Sep. 1 – Dec. 31, 2006         EXHIBITS RELEASED:                       th
                                                                                                         August 12 at 6:00 PM
                                                                            TYPE OF JUDGING:             American
              REPLACEMENT HEIFERS                                           RESTRICTIONS:                Local classes limited to Siskiyou,
                BY PUREBRED SIRE                                                                         Modoc, Shasta, Del Norte,
                                                                                                         Humboldt, Trinity, Josephine,
                                                                                                         Jackson, Klamath and Tehama
NOTE: By his/her signature as the owner or agent on an entry
                                                                                                         counties.
form, the exhibitor also certifies that the sire of each animal
entered in the following classes for grade animals was either

                                                    Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
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Premiums Offered Per Class                                                                                August 8 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
     st          nd         rd       th         th                                                                 th
   1           2          3        4          5                           EXHIBIT JUDGED:                 August 9 at 9:00 AM
                                                                                                                      th
  $50          $45        $40      $35       $30                          EXHIBITS RELEASED:              August 12 at 6:00 PM
Rosettes will be given to Champion Bull and Female.                       TYPE OF JUDGING:                American
                                                                          RESTRICTIONS:                   Local classes limited to Siskiyou,
DIVISION 26 - ALL DAIRY BREEDS                                                                            Modoc, Shasta, Del Norte,
(JUDGED TOGETHER)                                                                                         Humboldt, Trinity, Josephine,
   Any species of animal that meets their respective breed                                                Jackson, Klamath and Tehama
        association standards for purebred registry.                                                      counties.
                          FEMALES
Class                                         Date of Calving             Premiums Offered Per Class
 1.     Junior Calf                   Mar. 1, 2007 – Apr. 8, 2007              st          nd         rd       th        th      th
                                                                             1           2          3        4         5       6
 2.     Senior Calf                   Sep. 1, 2006 – Feb. 28, 2007
                                                                            $25          $22        $19      $16      $15     $10
 3.     Junior Yearling               Mar. 1, 2006 – Aug. 31, 2006
                                                                          Rosettes will be given to Supreme Champion & Champion
 4.     Senior Yearling               Sep. 1, 2005 – Feb. 28, 2006
                                                                          Ram and Ewe.
 5.     2 years and under 3           Sep. 1, 2004 – Aug. 31, 2005
 6.     3 years and under 4           Sep. 1, 2003 – Aug. 31, 2004
 7.     4 years and under 5           Sep. 1, 2002 – Aug. 31, 2001        DIVISION 31 - HAMPSHIRE
 8.     5 years and over              Prior to Sep. 1, 2002                                               RAMS
                                                                          Class                                            Date of Lambing
                              BULLS
                                      Sep. 1, 2006 – Apr. 8, 2007           1.       Yearling Ram              Sep. 2005 thru Aug. 2006
  9.    Calves
                                                                            2.       Ram Lamb                  Sep. 2006 thru May 2007
 10.    Yearlings                     Sep. 1, 2005 – Aug. 31, 2006
                             GROUPS                                         3.       Pair Ram Lambs: two ram lambs bred by exhibitor.
                                                                                                           EWES
All owned by one exhibitor and entered as individuals and be of                                                     Sep. 2005 thru Aug. 2006
                                                                            4.       Yearling Ewe
                 one breed (State Rule VIII. 30)
                                                                            5.       Pair Yearling Ewes: two yearling ewes, bred by
 11.    Best of Three Females: Any age, all bred by exhibitor.
                                                                                     exhibitor.
        Each exhibitor to be limited to one entry.                                                                  Sep. 2006 thru May 2007
                                                                            6.       Ewe Lamb
 12.    Produce of Dam: to consist of two animals of any age,
                                                                            7.       Pair Ewe Lambs: two ewe lambs, bred by exhibitor.
        either sex, the produce of one cow. The dam must be                                               GROUPS
        identified by registration number.                                    One entry per exhibitor per class. All owned by one exhibitor and
 13.    Junior Get of Sire: to consist of three animals, senior                          entered as individuals and be one breed.
        yearlings or younger, none of which have freshened;                 8.       Young Flock: one ram lamb and two ewe lambs bred
        either sex, the get of one sire not more than one can be                     by exhibitor.
        a bull. All bred by exhibitor. Sire must be identified by           9.       Get of Sire: four sheep, sired by the same ram, bred by
        registration number. Each exhibitor is limited to one                        exhibitor.
        entry sired by the same bull.                                       10.      Flock: one yearling or lamb ram, two yearling ewes
 14.    Get of Sire: to consist of four animals, either sex, the                     and two ewe lambs.
        get of one sire, at least one to be two years of age or
        older. Not more than two can be bulls. Sire must be               DIVISION 32 - SUFFOLK
        identified by registration number. Each exhibitor is                                              RAMS
        limited to one entry sired by the same bull.                      Class                                             Date of Lambing
 15.    Young Herd: one bull, two heifers, senior yearlings or              1.       Yearling Ram               Sep. 2005 thru Aug. 2006
        younger. Exhibitor must have bred heifers.                          2.       Ram Lamb                   Sep. 2006 thru May 2007
 16.    Dairy Herd: to consist of four cows that have                       3.       Pair Ram Lambs: two ram lambs bred by exhibitor.
        freshened. Each exhibitor to be limited to one entry.                                              EWES
                                                                            4.       Yearling Ewe                   Sep. 2005 thru Aug. 2006
                                                                            5.       Pair Yearling Ewes: two yearling ewes, bred by
                    SENIOR SHEEP                                                     exhibitor.
                                                                            6.       Ewe Lamb                       Sep. 2006 thru May 2007
                                                                            7.       Pair Ewe Lambs: two ewe lambs, bred by exhibitor.
                    DONATED AWARDS                                                                        GROUPS
                                                                              One entry per exhibitor per class. All owned by one exhibitor and
   Natural Colored Sheep Champion Ram and Ewe - VT Natural                               entered as individuals and be one breed.
            Colored Corriedales/Dick & Joyce VonTickner                     8.       Young Flock: one ram lamb and two ewe lambs bred
     Best of Show - Capitol Concessions/Kevin & Candace Peck                         by exhibitor.
    Supreme Champion Ram, donated in memory of Elizabeth                    9.       Get of Sire: four sheep, sired by the same ram, bred by
                    Roberson - Memorial Award                                        exhibitor.
                                                                            10.      Flock: one yearling or lamb ram, two yearling ewes
            REGISTERED PUREBRED                                                      and two ewe lambs.
              BREEDING ANIMALS
                                                                          DIVISION 33 - ALL OTHER MEAT BREEDS
                                      TH                                         Any species of animal that meets their respective breed
ENTRIES CLOSE:                JULY 13
                                                                                      association standards for purebred registry.
ENTRY FEES:                   $4.00 per entry per class                                                  RAMS
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EXHIBITS RECEIVED:            August 7 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM                 Class                                             Date of Lambing

                                                  Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
 1.       Yearling Ram               Sep. 2005 thru Aug. 2006                   10.    Flock: one yearling or lamb ram, two yearling ewes
 2.       Ram Lamb                   Sep. 2006 thru May 2007                           and two ewe lambs.
 3.       Pair Ram Lambs: two ram lambs bred by exhibitor.
                                EWES
 4.       Yearling Ewe                   Sep. 2005 thru Aug. 2006
 5.       Pair Yearling Ewes: two yearling ewes, bred by                               SENIOR RABBITS & CAVIES
          exhibitor.
 6.       Ewe Lamb                       Sep. 2006 thru May 2007                The Open ARBA All Breed Rabbit and Cavy Show will be
 7.       Pair Ewe Lambs: two ewe lambs, bred by exhibitor.                     held on Saturday, August 11, 2007. See separate ARBA
                               GROUPS                                           Rabbit and Cavy Entry Book for those classes (including
   One entry per exhibitor per class. All owned by one exhibitor and                              Single Live Fryers).
              entered as individuals and be one breed.
 8.       Young Flock: one ram lamb and two ewe lambs bred                    Rules, definitions and judging procedures as prescribed in the
          by exhibitor.                                                       latest edition of the Guide Book and Standard of the American
 9.       Get of Sire: four sheep, sired by the same ram, bred by             Rabbit Breeders Association, Inc. shall apply to all districts and
          exhibitor.                                                          county fairs. All ARBA disqualifications from competition will
 10.      Flock: one yearling or lamb ram, two yearling ewes                  apply.
          and two ewe lambs.

DIVISION 34 - ALL OTHER WOOL BREEDS
      Any species of animal that meets their respective breed                                    SENIOR POULTRY
           association standards for purebred registry.
                              RAMS                                            ENTRIES CLOSE:               JULY 13
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Class                                            Date of Lambing
                                                                              ENTRY FEES:                  $2.00 per entry per class
 1.       Yearling Ram                      Sep. 2005 thru Aug. 2006                                                th
                                            Sep. 2006 thru May 2007           EXHIBITS RECEIVED:           August 8 between noon and 2:00
 2.       Ram Lamb
                                                                                                           PM. All animals will be inspected
 3.       Pair Ram Lambs: two ram lambs bred by exhibitor.
                                EWES                                                                       by a State Certified Poultry
 4.       Yearling Ewe                   Sep. 2005 thru Aug. 2006                                          Examiner in a designated area
 5.       Pair Yearling Ewes: two yearling ewes, bred by                                                   outside the fairgrounds. NO
          exhibitor.                                                                                       POULTRY WILL BE ALLOWED
 6.       Ewe Lamb                       Sep. 2006 thru May 2007                                           ON THE FAIRGROUNDS PRIOR
 7.       Pair Ewe Lambs: two ewe lambs, bred by exhibitor.                                                TO THE MANDATORY HEALTH
                               GROUPS                                                                      INSPECTION.
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   One entry per exhibitor per class. All owned by one exhibitor and          EXHIBIT JUDGED:              August 8 at 5:00 PM
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              entered as individuals and be one breed.                        EXHIBITS RELEASED:           August 12 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
 8.       Young Flock: one ram lamb and two ewe lambs bred                    TYPE OF JUDGING:             American
          by exhibitor.
 9.       Get of Sire: four sheep, sired by the same ram, bred by             NOTE: Rules, definitions and judging procedure as prescribed
          exhibitor.                                                          in the latest edition of the Official Show Rules and Standard of
 10.      Flock: one yearling or lamb ram, two yearling ewes                  Perfection of the American Poultry Association, Inc. shall apply
          and two ewe lambs.                                                  to all district and county fair poultry shows, except in such
                                                                              instances where they are in conflict with the rules and
DIVISION 35 - NATURAL COLORED SHEEP                                           regulations prescribed by the Department of Food and
              ALL BREEDS                                                      Agriculture.
  Sheep must possess at least 2” of fleece and not be belly
                          shorn.                                              Premiums Offered Per Class
                          RAMS                                                     st          nd       rd
                                                                                 1           2        3
Class                                            Date of Lambing                 $3          $2        $1
 1.       Yearling Ram               Sep. 2005 thru Aug. 2006
                                                                              Rosettes will be awarded to Best & Reserve in Show.
 2.       Ram Lamb                   Sep. 2006 thru May 2007
 3.       Pair Ram Lambs: two ram lambs bred by exhibitor.
                                EWES                                          DIVISION 58 - MEAT PEN
 4.       Yearling Ewe                   Sep. 2005 thru Aug. 2006             LIMIT:                   Only 2 meat pen entries per exhibitor.
 5.       Pair Yearling Ewes: two yearling ewes, bred by
          exhibitor.                                                          Class
 6.       Ewe Lamb                       Sep. 2006 thru May 2007                1.     Meat Pen: shall consist of two birds, not over 8 weeks
 7.       Pair Ewe Lambs: two ewe lambs, bred by exhibitor.                            old, not to exceed 6 pounds and as closely matched as
                               GROUPS                                                  possible. Pens shall be judged on condition, fleshing,
   One entry per exhibitor per class. All owned by one exhibitor and                   weight and uniformity.
              entered as individuals and be one breed.
 8.       Young Flock: one ram lamb and two ewe lambs bred
          by exhibitor.
                                                                              DIVISION 59 - UTILITY CHICKENS (State Breed)
                                                                              Class
 9.       Get of Sire: four sheep, sired by the same ram, bred by                                                         One year or older
                                                                                1.     Cock
          exhibitor.                                                                                                      One year or older
                                                                                2.     Hen
                                                                                3.     Cockerel                           Less than one year

                                                      Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
  4.     Pullet                            Less than one year                3.   All lighting in Feature Booths must have on/off switch
                                                                                  accessible to the Fair Staff.
DIVISION 60 - LARGE POULTRY (State Breed)                                    4.   Exhibits must be maintained for the duration of the fair.
American, Asiatic, Continental, English, Mediterranean                       5.   All booths will have an 8-ft. back wall and 4-ft. sidewalls.
Class
  1.     Cock                              One year or older                                    Feature Booths Score Card
  2.     Hen                               One year or older                   (NOTE: Judges shall give preference to booths using natural
  3.     Cockerel                          Less than one year                            materials in decorations and backgrounds.)
  4.     Pullet                            Less than one year                Educational Value:                                            20%
                                                                                 Information value through the use of labeling,
DIVISION 61 – BANTAMS (State Breed)                                              legends & any other manner information is
                                                                                 conveyed to the public.
Modern Game, Old English Game, Single Comb-Clean                             Quality:                                                      30%
Legged, Rose Comb-Clean Legged, All Other Clean                                  Excellence of quality displayed. To be determined
Legged, Feathered Legged                                                         by market value standards. Immature or overripe
Class                                                                            products reduce the quality.
  1.     Cock                              One year or older
                                                                             Decoration & Arrangement:                                     15%
  2.     Hen                               One year or older
                                                                                 Effective use of articles, products, color and
  3.     Cockerel                          Less than one year
                                                                                 animation. Attractive arrangement and proper
  4.     Pullet                            Less than one year
                                                                                 grouping of commodities to achieve well-balanced
                                                                                 harmony.
DIVISION 62 – DUCKS (State Breed)                                            Lighting:                                                     10%
Heavy Weight, Medium Weight, Light Weight                                        Dramatic effects, color and/or any other techniques.
Class                                                                        Exhibit Theme:                                                20%
  1.     Old Drake (male)                  One year or older                     Thought or idea, expressed by design or feature of
  2.     Old Duck (female)                 One year or older                     the exhibit.
  3.     Young Drake (male)                Less than one year                Variety:                                                      5%
  4.     Young Duck (female)               Less than one year                    Number of different kinds of products displayed,
                                                                                 bearing in mind the diversity or limitations of the
DIVISION 63 - EGGS                                                               area each exhibit represents. Additional varieties of
ENTRIES CLOSE:              JULY 13
                                     TH                                          the area will count only as enhancing the overall
ENTRY FEES:                 $2.00 per entry per class                            appearance of the exhibit. Separate fruit and/or
                                      th                                         vegetable varieties shall count as additional varieties
EXHIBITS RECEIVED:          August 8 from noon to 4:00 PM
                                      th                                         only when sufficiently mature to show individual
EXHIBIT JUDGED:             August 8
                                                                                 varietals characters. Canned or processed products
TYPE OF JUDGING:            American                                             shall not be counted as additional varieties of a raw
LIMITS:                     No more than three (3) entries per                   product. Judge shall deduct whenever the quantity
                            class.                                               of the product is not sufficient to display satisfactory.
1. Judging of eggs will be based on: size, interior quality (size            Indigenous non-cultivated plants and trees, or their
   of air cell, opaqueness), condition of shell, uniformity of size          products, flowers and ornamental plants shall not be
   and shape, shell texture, uniformity of color and shape.                  counted except when the flowers are a commercial crop
2. An entry shall consist of twelve (12) hen eggs in a carton.               in the area represented.
3. All eggs will become the property of the fair and will not be                                                         TOTAL SCORE 100%
   released to the exhibitor once brought in.
4. The judge reserves the right to break the eggs, if it is                  ENTRIES CLOSE:                JULY 6
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   deemed advisable in order to properly judge the exhibit.                  ENTRY FEES:                   $27.50 per entry per class
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                                                                             EXHIBITS RECEIVED:            Completed by Monday, August 6
  1.     Eggs – White
  2.     Eggs – Brown & Tint                                                                               at 6:00 PM
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                                                                             EXHIBIT JUDGED:               August 8 at 10:00 AM
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                                                                             EXHIBITS RELEASED:            August 12 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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                                                                                                           August 13 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
SENIOR FEATURE EXHIBIT BOOTHS                                                TYPE OF JUDGING:              American
                                                                             RESTRICTIONS:                 Classes limited to Siskiyou
             COUNTY, COMMUNITY &                                                                           County.
             ORGANIZATION EXHIBITS
                                                                             Premiums Offered Per Class
                                                                                  st        nd        rd             th         th
                                                                                1         2         3              4           5
NOTE: Limited to organizations, not open to individuals.
                                                                               $275     $250       $225           $200        $175
Feature Booths will be displayed in the Ag-Hort Building.
General Feature Booth Guidelines and Rules are as follows:
1. Feature Booths shall be limited to one entry by or for a
    County, Community, Organization, or Non-Commercial
    entry in this department.
2. Feature Booth size shall be 10’ X 10’ and should be
    sufficiently filled.

                                                     Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
DIVISION 69 - COMMUNITY & ORGANIZATIONS                                             SENIOR AGRICULTURE &
Class
 1.     Community or Organization Booth                                                 HORTICULTURE
        (10’ X 10’ in size. Walls and back must be utilized as
        part of the display, and decorated or painted to conform         NOTE: The quality desired in agricultural and horticultural
        to the booth.) This booth is intended to show the Fair           products exhibits is the quality that brings the best financial
        theme. It will not be classed as an agricultural booth.          return in the commercial market and such exhibits must be at
        Points will be awarded for agricultural products only as         least equal in maturity as that stage of ripeness required by
        they apply and are worked in the theme of the booth. It          Section 42513 of the California Agricultural Code in order to be
        is not necessary to have any agricultural products.              considered for premium awards. Exhibits stressing features,
                                                                         which detract from the commercial value of any produce, are
DIVISION 70 - GOVERNMENT AGENCIES                                        undesirable and should be avoided. Section 42513 “Mature”
ENTRY FEES:                 No entry fee – No premiums                   means having reached that state of ripeness that will insure the
RESTRICTIONS:               Limited to space available.                  completion of the ripening process to a degree, with will insure
                                                                         palatability, after the removal of the product from the tree, plant
Class                                                                    or vine. Section 45515 “Overripe” means having an advanced
 1.     Government Agencies Booth                                        state of maturity, which causes the product to be undesirable
        (10’ X 10’ in size. Walls and back must be utilized as           for human consumption in a fresh state.
        part of the display, and decorated or painted to conform         Variety of products must be adequately and correctly labeled.
        to the booth.) This class will feature agencies of city,         Entries MUST be presented on a paper plate with the correct
        county, state or federal government. The purpose is to           amount of specimens or entry will be disqualified.
        acquaint Siskiyou County residents with the services             Short stems should be left on green beans and cherry
        which governmental agencies provide. Participants                tomatoes. Also leave 1 – 1 ½ ” stem on beets.
        may offer job opportunities to the public.
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                                                                         ENTRIES CLOSE:              JULY 20
                                                                         ENTRY FEES:                 No entry fee
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                                                                         EXHIBITS RECEIVED:          August 7 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
              MAILBOX CONTEST                                            EXHIBIT JUDGED:                      th
                                                                                                     August 8 at 8:00 AM
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                                                                         EXHIBITS                    August 12 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
NOTE: Entries can be any size and made of any material. For              RELEASED:                               th
                                                                                                     August 13 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
display purposes, mailboxes should be entered on a stable                TYPE OF JUDGING:            American
stand. Names must be covered until after judging.
                                                                         LIMIT:                      Two entries per exhibitor per class.
                                                                         RESTRICTIONS:               Classes limited to Siskiyou County.
             Score Card for Judging Mailboxes
        Originality                   25%
        Suitability                   25%                                Sweepstakes for All Agriculture and Horticulture
                                                                             st       nd         rd
        Practicality                  25%                                  1        2          3
        Judge’s Choice                25%                                  $15      $10         $5

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ENTRIES CLOSE:              JULY 20                                      Premiums Offered Per Class
                                                                              st        nd        rd
ENTRY FEES:                 $3.00 per entry per class                       1         2         3
                                     th
EXHIBITS RECEIVED:          August 6 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM                   $3.50     $2.75     $2.00
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EXHIBIT JUDGED:             August 8 at 10:00 AM
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EXHIBITS RELEASED:          August 12 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM                 DIVISION 82 - GRAIN
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                            August 13 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM                 Quantities Required: Bulk – 1 pint in open container. Sheaves –
TYPE OF JUDGING:            American                                     mature and cured, not less than 4” in diameter at bottom tie.
LIMIT:                      One entry per exhibitor
RESTRICTIONS:               Open to individuals, families or             Class
                            groups.                                                                BARLEY – BULK
                                                                           1.     All 2 row
                                                                           2.     All 6 row
Premiums Offered Per Class                                                                        BARLEY – SHEAVES
     st        nd        rd
   1         2         3                                                   3.     All Varieties
  $30       $25       $20                                                                      FIELD CORN (5 ears)
                                                                           4.     Field Corn (name variety on entry blank)
DIVISION 76 - MAILBOX                                                                              OATS – BULK
Class                                                                      5.     Park
 1.     9 – 17 years old                                                   6.     All others as one class, specify
 2.     18 years and older                                                                       OATS – SHEAVES
 3.     Family or Group entry                                              7.     Oats, specify
                                                                                                    RYE – BULK
                                                                           8.     Rye, specify
                                                                                                 RYE – SHEAVES
                                                                           9.     Rye, specify
                                                                                                  WHEAT – BULK

                                                 Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
 10.    Burt                                                                  4.    Oregano
 11.    Gaines                                                                5.    Parsley
 12.    Pacific Bluestem (White Australian)                                   6.    Peppermint
 13.    All others as one class, specify                                      7.    Rosemary
                      WHEAT – SHEAVES                                         8.    Sage
 14.    Pacific Bluestem (White Australian)                                   9.    Tarragon
 15.    All others as one class, specify                                     10.    Thyme
                 ALL OTHER GRAINS – BULK                                     11.    All others not listed, specify
 16.    All others (name variety)
               ALL OTHER GRAINS – SHEAVES                                                     VEGETABLE DIVISIONS
 17.    All others (name variety)
                                                                           NOTE: Unless otherwise stated, the type of vegetable desired
DIVISION 83 - HAY                                                          for exhibit will be the uniform commercial grade rather than
Premiums Offered Per Class This Division ONLY                              over grown. Monstrosities shall be entered in Division 100.
     st        nd        rd
   1         2         3
   $6        $5        $4                                                  ENTRIES CLOSE:                JULY 20
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                                                                           ENTRY FEES:                   No entry fee
Class                                                                      EXHIBITS RECEIVED:                     th
                                                                                                         August 7 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
 1.     Alfalfa – Commercial Bale                                          EXHIBIT JUDGED:                        th
                                                                                                         August 8 at 8:00 AM
 2.     Alfalfa & Grass – Commercial Bale                                                                            th
                                                                           EXHIBITS                      August 12 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
 3.     Grain Hay – Commercial Bale                                                                                  th
                                                                           RELEASED:                     August 13 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
 4.     Meadow Hay – Commercial Bale
                                                                           TYPE OF JUDGING:              American
DIVISION 84 - DRY BEAN                                                     LIMIT:                        Two entries per exhibitor per class.
                  Bulk – Pint in Open Container                            RESTRICTIONS:                 Classes limited to Siskiyou County.
Class
 1.     Kidney, Red                                                        Premiums Offered Per Class
 2.     Pinto                                                                   st        nd        rd
                                                                              1         2         3
 3.     All others not listed, specify                                      $3.50     $2.75     $2.00

DIVISION 85 - FORAGE PLANTS                                                DIVISION 89 - FRUIT & POD VEGETABLES
   Sheaves, leaves attached, not less than 4” in diameters at                                          (Plate Display)
                         bottom tie.                                                          Leave ½” stem on all string beans.
Class
                                                                           Class
 1.     Alfalfa, all varieties, specify                                       1.    Beans, Blue Lake – 12 pods
 2.     All others as one class, specify variety                              2.    Beans, Snap Green – 12 pods
                                                                              3.    Beans, Snap Kentucky Wonder – 12 pods
DIVISION 86 - FIELD & GARDEN SEED                                             4.    Beans, Other Types, specify – 12 pods
                  Bulk – 1 Pint Open Container                                5.    Eggplant – 3
Class
                                                                              6.    Peas, Market – 12 pods
 1.     Alfalfa                                                               7.    Peppers, Bell – 5
 2.     Corn                                                                  8.    Peppers, Chile – 5
 3.     All others as one class, specify variety                              9.    Peppers, Sweet Banana – 5
                                                                             10.    Peppers, Cherry – 5
DIVISION 87 - FRESH HERBS                                                    11.    Peppers, Small Hot Wax – 5
             One bunch tied, suitable for hanging.                           12.    Peppers, Hungarian Wax – 5
Class                                                                        13.    Peppers, Other Types, specify - 5
  1.    Basil                                                                14.    Tomatoes, Cherry – 12 (leave ½” stem on)
  2.    Chives                                                               15.    Tomatoes, Early Varieties – 5
  3.    Mustard                                                              16.    Tomatoes, Other Late Market – 5
  4.    Oregano                                                              17.    Tomatoes, Preserving Red – 5
  5.    Parsley                                                              18.    Tomatoes, Pear – 5
  6.    Peppermint                                                           19.    Tomatoes, Yellow – 5
  7.    Rosemary                                                             20.    Tomatoes, Other Types, specify – 5
  8.    Sage                                                                 21.    All others not listed, specify
  9.    Tarragon
 10.    Thyme
 11.    All others not listed, specify
                                                                           DIVISION 90 - LEAFY & STEM VEGETABLES
                                                                                                       (Plate Display)
                                                                           Class
DIVISION 88 - DRIED HERBS                                                    1.     Broccoli, 1 Bunch – 3 heads
                       In ½ Pint Glass Jar                                   2.     Cabbage, Green – 1 head
Class                                                                        3.     Cabbage, Red – 1 head
 1.     Basil                                                                4.     Chard, Swiss, Large Ribbed, Dark Green – 1 bunch
 2.     Chives                                                               5.     Chard, Swiss, Rhubarb Type – 1 bunch
 3.     Mustard                                                              6.     Corn, Sweet Yellow – 5 ears (unshucked)

                                                   Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
 7.     Corn, Other Yellow Hybirds, specify – 5 ears                                 DECIDUOUS FRUITS DIVISIONS
        (unshucked)
  8.    Dill – 3 heads
                                                                           NOTE: Plate Displays – plate is to contain at least 3
  9.    Lettuce, Leaf – 2 heads
                                                                           specimens.
 10.    Rhubarb, Large Variety – 5 stalks
 11.    Rhubarb, Strawberry – 10 stalks                                                                           TH
 12.    All others not listed, specify                                     ENTRIES CLOSE:               JULY 20
                                                                           ENTRY FEES:                  No entry fee
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DIVISION 91 - ROOT, BULB & TUBER                                           EXHIBITS RECEIVED:           August 7 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
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                                                                           EXHIBIT JUDGED:              August 8 at 8:00 AM
              VEGETABLES                                                                                            th
                                                                           EXHIBITS RELEASED:           August 12 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
                         (Plate Display)                                                                            th
Class                                                                                                   August 13 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
  1.    Beets, Garden – 1 bunch of 5                                       TYPE OF JUDGING:             American
  2.    Beets, Garden Topped – 5                                           LIMIT:                       Two entries per exhibitor per class.
  3.    Carrots, Long Type – 5                                             RESTRICTIONS:                Classes limited to Siskiyou County.
  4.    Carrots, Short Type – 5
  5.    Carrots, Topped – 5                                                Premiums Offered Per Class
  6.    Garlic, White – 5                                                     1
                                                                                st
                                                                                        2
                                                                                          nd
                                                                                                  3
                                                                                                    rd
  7.    Garlic, Pink – 5                                                    $3.50     $2.75     $2.00
  8.    Garlic, Elephant – 5
  9.    Garlic, Other Types, specify – 5
 10.    Onions, Yellow – 5 (unpeeled)                                      DIVISION 93 - APPLES
                                                                           Class
 11.    Onions, White – 5 (unpeeled)
                                                                             1.     Delicious, Red
 12.    Onions, Red – 5 (unpeeled)
                                                                             2.     Delicious, Yellow
 13.    Onions, Green – 5 (unpeeled)
                                                                             3.     Fuji
 14.    Shallots – 5 (unpeeled)
                                                                             4.     Jersey Mac
 15.    Potatoes, Long White – 5
                                                                             5.     McIntosh
 16.    Potatoes, Netted – 5
                                                                             6.     Newton Pippin
 17.    Potatoes, Red Skin – 5
                                                                             7.     Red Rome
 18.    Potatoes, Round White – 5
                                                                             8.     All others not listed, specify variety
 19.    Potatoes, Other Types, specify – 5
 20.    Radishes, Globe – 2 bunches
 21.    Radishes, Icicle – 2 bunches                                       DIVISION 94 - APRICOTS
 22.    Turnips, Topped – 5                                                Class
 23.    All others not listed, specify                                       1.     All Varieties, specify

DIVISION 92 - VINE CROPS                                                   DIVISION 95 - GRAPES
                                                                           Class
                         (Plate Display)
Class                                                                        1.     Concord – 3 bunches
  1.    Cucumbers, Lemon – 3                                                 2.     Thompson Seedless – 3 bunches
  2.    Cucumbers, Slicing, Green – 3                                        3.     All others not listed, specify variety – 3 bunches
  3.    Cucumbers, Armenian – 3
  4.    Cucumbers, Pickling, Small Size – 5                                DIVISION 96 - PEACHES
  5.    Cucumbers, Pickling, Dill Size – 5                                 Class
  6.    Gourds, Ornamental (mixed) – 5                                       1.     All Varieties, specify
  7.    Melons, Netted Varieties – 1 (specify type)
  8.    Squash, Zucchini – up to 14” (baking variety)                      DIVISION 97 - PEARS
  9.    Pumpkins, Small Pie – 1                                            Class
 10.    Pumpkin, Large Field – 1                                             1.     Asian
 11.    Squash, Market Size, Yellow Crookneck – 3                            2.     Bartlett
 12.    Squash, Market Size, Scallops – 3                                    3.     Winter Nellis
 13.    Squash, Banana – 1                                                   4.     All others not listed, specify variety
 14.    Squash, Butternut – 1
 15.    Squash, Hubbard, Green – 1                                         DIVISION 98 - PLUMS
 16.    Squash, Acorn, Table Queen – 1                                     Class
 17.    Squash, Market Size, Zucchini – 3                                    1.     All Varieties, specify
 18.    Watermelon, specify variety – 1
 19.    Squash, all others not listed – 3 small or 1 large variety         DIVISION 99 - ALL OTHER FRUITS
 20.    Sunflower, Field Variety – 1                                       Class
 21.    Miscellaneous, Edible Vine Crops – 3 (specify)                       1.     All Varieties, specify

                                                                           DIVISION 100 - MONSTROSITIES
                                                                                    Any odd shaped or extra large fruit or vegetable.
                                                                           Class
                                                                             1.     Squash, any odd shaped or unusual

                                                   Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
 2.      Pumpkin, any odd shaped or unusual                                                                    TH
                                                                           ENTRIES CLOSE:             JULY 20
 3.      All other types or varieties, specify                             ENTRY FEES:                No entry fee
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                                                                           EXHIBITS RECEIVED:         August 7 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
      SMALL FRUIT & BERRIES DIVISIONS                                      EXHIBIT JUDGED:                     th
                                                                                                      August 8 at 8:00 AM
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                                                                           EXHIBITS                   August 12 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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NOTE: Standard berry basket for berries, standard                          RELEASED:                  August 13 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
commercial basket for small fruits other than berries are to be            TYPE OF JUDGING:           American
used. Exhibits must be adequately and correctly labeled.                   LIMIT:                     Two entries per exhibitor per class.
                                                                           RESTRICTIONS:              Classes limited to Siskiyou County.
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ENTRIES CLOSE:              JULY 20                                                                   Commercial Growers not eligible.
ENTRY FEES:                 No entry fee
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EXHIBITS RECEIVED:          August 7 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM                    Sweepstakes for Floriculture – For Overall Arrangements
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EXHIBIT JUDGED:             August 8 at 8:00 AM                              1
                                                                               st
                                                                                      2
                                                                                        nd
                                                                                                  3
                                                                                                    rd
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EXHIBITS                    August 12 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM                     $15      $10         $5
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RELEASED:                   August 13 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
TYPE OF JUDGING:            American                                       Sweepstakes for Floriculture – Cut Specimens & Plants
LIMIT:                      Two entries per exhibitor per class.             1
                                                                               st
                                                                                      2
                                                                                        nd
                                                                                                  3
                                                                                                    rd
RESTRICTIONS:               Classes limited to Siskiyou County.              $15      $10         $5

Premiums Offered Per Class                                                         DRY ARRANGEMENTS DIVISIONS
     st        nd        rd
   1         2         3
 $3.50     $2.75     $2.00
                                                                           NOTE: Arrangements to be contained within a 12” square
                                                                           area. No real bird nests may be used, artificial only and no
DIVISION 101 - SMALL FRUITS & BERRIES                                      plant or flower materials may be made of plastic or silk
Class
 1.      Blackberries                                                       The Arrangements Division will be divided into three Divisions:
 2.      Boysenberries                                                     First Timers: Anyone who has not won a blue ribbon at any
 3.      Raspberries                                                                     Siskiyou Golden Fair (not open to intermediate
 4.      Strawberries                                                                    or advanced class exhibitors).
 5.      All others not listed, specify                                    Intermediate: Open to exhibitors who have won one, but not
                                                                                         more than five blue ribbons at the Siskiyou
DIVISION 102 - NUTS                                                                      Golden Fair or comparable qualifications (not
                         (display 12-15 nuts)                                            open to first timers and advanced class
Class                                                                                    exhibitors).
 1.      All Varieties, specify                                            Advanced:     Open to exhibitors who have won six or more
                                                                                         blue ribbons at the Siskiyou Golden Fair or
                                                                                         comparable qualifications (not open to first
           SENIOR FLORICULTURE                                                           timers and intermediate exhibitors).

                                                                                            Score Card for Arrangements
                    DONATED AWARDS                                                  Color Combinations              20%
                                                                                    Relation to Receptacle          20%
        Best Overall Floral Arrangement - Beth’s Flower Shop                        Proportion and Balance          15%
                                                                                    Design and Originality          15%
NOTE: Exhibits not delivered by specified time will not be                          Suitability to Theme            15%
eligible for Premium Awards. Items that have placed at a                            Condition                       15%
previous fair are not eligible.                                                                         Total      100%
Exhibits in the Floriculture Department must have been grown
by the exhibitor within the county, district or community                  Premiums Offered Per Class
represented by the exhibitor, except classes for arrangements.                1
                                                                                st
                                                                                        2
                                                                                          nd
                                                                                                   3
                                                                                                     rd
All Floral Exhibits may be delivered through the west door from             $3.50      $2.75     $2.00
the “Official Parking Lot”. However, cars must be removed
from this lot as soon as exhibits are checked in.                          A Best of Show Rosette will be awarded.
A photocopied sheet of recommended tips for preparing floral
exhibits is available at the fair office.                                  DIVISION 112 - DRY ARRANGEMENTS
Vases are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. If                                FIRST TIMERS
furnishing your own containers, please mark them. The                      Class
attendants in charge will take every care possible, but the                  1.     “A Scent of Lovliness”
Association will not be responsible for loss or breakage.                    2.     “From the Land”
                                                                             3.     “Wood You Believe”
                                                                             4.     “Dried & Decorative” – Entries in this class only may
                                                                                    contain a combination of silk flowers and dried
                                                                                    materials.


                                                   Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
DIVISION 113 - DRY ARRANGEMENTS                                           Class
                                                                            1.     Asparagus
               INTERMEDIATE                                                 2.     All others not listed, specify
Class
 1.     “Delicate and Dry”
 2.     “Go with the Grain”                                               DIVISION 119 - GERANIUMS
 3.     “ Natures Paint Pot”                                                                   Maximum 16” Container
 4.     “Nature in Motion” – Entries in this class only may               Class
        contain a combination of silk flowers and dried                     1.     Pink
        materials.                                                          2.     Red
                                                                            3.     White
                                                                            4.     All others not listed, specify
DIVISION 114 - DRY ARRANGEMENTS
               ADVANCED                                                   DIVISION 120 - HANGING BASKETS
Class
                                                                                               Maximum 16” Container
 1.     “Dry Flowers & Gingham Bows”
                                                                          Class
 2.     “Back at the Ranch”
                                                                            1.     Flowering
 3.     “Roadside Weeds”
                                                                            2.     Geranium
 4.     “Spread by the Birds & Wind” – Entries in this class
                                                                            3.     All others not listed, specify
        only may contain a combination of silk flowers and
        dried materials.
                                                                          DIVISION 121 - MISCELLANEOUS POTTED
DIVISION 115 – DRY ARRANGEMENTS                                                          PLANTS
                                                                            Limited to 15” tall/wide unless other arrangements are made
               HANGING (open to all levels)                                                          ahead of time.
Class
                                                                          Class
 1.     Framed
                                                                             1.    African Violets, single
 2.     Swags
                                                                             2.    African Violets, double
 3.     Wreaths
                                                                             3.    African Violets, semi-double
 4.     Other
                                                                             4.    Bonsai (specify age of plant)
                                                                             5.    Coleus
            POTTED PLANT DIVISIONS                                           6.    Creeping Charlie, standing or hanging
                                                                             7.    Flowering
NOTE: Pot or appropriate planter is to be used. Exhibitors                   8.    Foliage
shall be responsible for placement and removal of large potted               9.    Ivy
plants.                                                                     10.    Jade
                                                                            11.    Mini-gardens
Premiums Offered Per Class                                                  12.    Mixed plants, planter no larger than 12” X 24”
   1
     st
             2
               nd
                        3
                          rd                                                13.    Odd or Unusual Foliage
 $3.50      $2.75     $2.00                                                 14.    Philodendron
A Best of Show Rosette will be awarded.                                     15.    Terrariums
                                                                            16.    Unusual Container
                                                                            17.    All others not listed, specify
DIVISION 116 - BEGONIA
                    Maximum 16” Container
Class                                                                            SPECIMEN CUT FLOWERS DIVISIONS
 1.     Angelwing
 2.     Tuberous, Camellia type                                           NOTE: 1 flower on a single stem, unless otherwise specified.
 3.     All hanging, flowering or foliage                                 Cut flowers must have their own foliage or foliage grown on
 4.     All other potted, flowering or foliage                            stem with flower.

DIVISION 117 - CACTI & SUCCULENT                                          Premiums Offered Per Class
                                                                               st        nd         rd
                     Maximum 16” Container                                   1         2          3
Cacti: Any variety of plants that have leaves in the form of               $3.50      $2.75     $2.00
spines that are in groups.                                                A Best of Show Rosette will be awarded.
Succulent: Any variety of plant with thick fleshy storage leaves
(may have a single spine).                                                DIVISION 124 - ANNUALS (3 STEM)
Class                                                                     Class
 1.     Cacti Collection                                                    1.     Annual Vinca
 2.     Succulent Collection                                                2.     Asters
 3.     Cactus, Single Christmas type                                       3.     Carnations
 4.     Cactus, Single other                                                4.     Chrysanthemums
 5.     Succulent, Single                                                   5.     All others not listed
 6.     Hens & Chickens, 2 or more varieties
                                                                          DIVISION 125 - ASTERS (ANY TYPE)
DIVISION 118 - FERNS                                                      Class
                    Maximum 16” Container                                   1.     Deep Shades

                                                  Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
 2.     Pastels
                                                               DIVISION 132 - DAHLIAS (DWARF TYPE)
DIVISION 126 - COSMOS                                                                       3 Stems
Class                                                          Class
 1.     Lavender                                                 1.     Deep Shades
 2.     Orange                                                   2.     Pastels
 3.     Pink
 4.     Variegated                                             DIVISION 133 - GLADIOLI
 5.     White                                                                               1 Stalk
 6.     Yellow                                                 Class
 7.     All other colors not listed                               1.    Cream
                                                                  2.    Dark Pink
DIVISION 127 – DAHLIAS                                            3.    Dark Red
               (DINNER PLATE TYPE)                                4.    Green
Class                                                             5.    Lavender to Wine
 1.     Lavender or Purple                                        6.    Light Pink
 2.     Orange                                                    7.    Light Red
 3.     Pink                                                      8.    Orange
 4.     Red                                                       9.    Salmon
 5.     Variegated                                               10.    Variegated, dark
 6.     White                                                    11.    Variegated, light
 7.     Yellow                                                   12.    White
 8.     All other colors not listed                              13.    White, with conspicuous markings
                                                                 14.    Yellow
DIVISION 128 - DAHLIAS (BALL TYPE)                               15.    All other colors not listed
Class
 1.     Red or Wine                                            DIVISION 134 - DAISY
 2.     Variegated                                             Class
 3.     White                                                    1.     Gloriosa, single, light shade
 4.     Yellow                                                   2.     Gloriosa, single, dark shade
 5.     All other colors not listed                              3.     Gloriosa, double
                                                                 4.     Shasta, single
DIVISION 129 - DAHLIAS (DECORATIVE TYPE)                         5.     Shasta, double
Class                                                            6.     All other colors not listed
 1.     Lavender or Purple
 2.     Orange                                                 DIVISION 135 - MARIGOLDS
 3.     Pink                                                                      1 stem, any number of blooms
 4.     Red                                                    Class
 5.     Variegated                                               1.     Double Dwarf, dark shades, solid color (1 spray)
 6.     White                                                    2.     Double Dwarf, dark shades, variegated (1 spray)
 7.     Yellow                                                   3.     Double Dwarf, light shades, solid color (1 spray)
 8.     All other colors not listed                              4.     Double Dwarf, light shades, variegated (1 spray)
                                                                 5.     Giant Hybrid, double deeper yellows
DIVISION 130 - DAHLIAS (CACTUS TYPE)                             6.     Giant Hybrid, double lemon yellow
Class                                                            7.     Giant Hybrid, double orange
 1.     Lavender or Purple                                       8.     Nearest to White, double
 2.     Orange                                                   9.     All others large, double
 3.     Pink
 4.     Red                                                    DIVISION 136 - PANSIES
 5.     Variegated                                                                          5 Stems
 6.     White                                                  Class
 7.     Yellow                                                   1.     Plain, mixed
 8.     All other colors not listed                              2.     Plain, one color, light shades
                                                                 3.     Plain, one color, dark shades
DIVISION 131 - DAHLIAS (POMPOM TYPE)                             4.     Ruffled, mixed
                                                                 5.     Ruffled, one color, light shades
                             3 Stems
Class                                                            6.     Ruffled, one color, dark shades
 1.     Lavender or Purple
 2.     Orange                                                 DIVISION 137 - PETUNIAS
 3.     Pink                                                                      1 stem, any number of blooms
 4.     Red                                                    Class
 5.     Variegated                                               1.     Bicolor
 6.     White                                                    2.     Cascade Giant, Coral
 7.     Yellow                                                   3.     Cascade Giant, Pink
 8.     All other colors not listed                              4.     Cascade Giant, Red

                                       Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
  5.    Cascade Giant, White                                              Class
  6.    Cream                                                               1.     Pink
  7.    Double Ruffled, Blue or Purple                                      2.     Red
  8.    Double Ruffled, Pink or Rose                                        3.     All other colors not listed
  9.    Double Ruffled, Red
 10.    Double Ruffled, Variegated                                        DIVISION 143 - ROSES (MINIATURE)
 11.    Double Ruffled, White                                                                1 stem, any number of blooms
 12.    Dwarf Bedding type (3 stem)                                       Class
 13.    Singles, Blue                                                       1.     Mixed, name variety
 14.    Singles, Pink
 15.    Singles, Purple                                                   DIVISION 144 - SUNFLOWERS (DECORATIVE)
 16.    Singles, Red                                                                                    Bi-color
 17.    Singles, Rose                                                     Class
 18.    Singles, Variegated                                                 1.     Brown
 19.    Singles, White                                                      2.     Burgundy
 20.    Singles, Wine                                                       3.     Double light
 21.    All others not listed, specify                                      4.     Double dark
                                                                            5.     Orange
DIVISION 138 - PERENNIALS                                                   6.     Yellow
Class                                                                       7.     All others not listed, specify
  1.    Achillea (Yarrow)
  2.    Agastache (Hummingbird Mint)                                      DIVISION 145 - SNAPDRAGONS
  3.    Black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia)                                      Class
  4.    Blanket Flower (Gaillardia)                                         1.     Pink
  5.    Cardinal Flower (Lobelia)                                           2.     Red
  6.    Chrysanthemum                                                       3.     Variegated
  7.    Coreopsis                                                           4.     White
  8.    Echinacea (Purple Cone Flowers)                                     5.     Yellow
  9.    Evening Primrose (Oenothera)                                        6.     All other colors not listed
 10.    Hardy Hibiscus
 11.    Monarda (Bee Balm)                                                DIVISION 146 - ZINNIA (LARGE DAHLIA TYPE)
 12.    Penstemon (Beardstongue)                                          Class
 13.    Phlox                                                                1.    Green
 14.    Sedum                                                                2.    Lavender or Purple
 15.    Veronica                                                             3.    Orange
 16.    All others not listed, specify                                       4.    Pink
                                                                             5.    Red
DIVISION 139 - ROSES (HYBRID TEA)                                            6.    Rose
                            1 stem                                           7.    Salmon
                   (½”– ¾” open disbud early)                                8.    White
Class                                                                        9.    Yellow
 1.     Blends                                                              10.    All other colors not listed
 2.     Pink
 3.     Red                                                               DIVISION 147 - ZINNIA (HYBRID CACTUS)
 4.     Yellow                                                            Class
 5.     All other colors not listed                                         1.     Lavender or Purple
                                                                            2.     Orange
DIVISION 140 - ROSES (GRANDIFLORA)                                          3.     Pink
                              1 stem                                        4.     Red
Class                                                                       5.     Salmon
 1.     Any color, single blossom                                           6.     Striped or Mottled, any large type
 2.     Any color, multiple blossom                                         7.     Yellow
                                                                            8.     All others colors not listed
DIVISION 141 - ROSES (ALL OTHERS)
          All others (old roses, shrub, climbing, etc.)                   DIVISION 148 - OTHER CUT SPECIMENS
                 1 stem, any number of blooms                             Class
Class                                                                       1.     All other annual, specify variety
 1.     Blends                                                              2.     Bachelor Buttons, dark
 2.     Pink                                                                3.     Bachelor Buttons, light
 3.     Red                                                                 4.     Calendula
 4.     White                                                               5.     Hollyhock
 5.     All other colors not listed                                         6.     Love in a Mist (Nigella)
                                                                            7.     Statice
DIVISION 142 - ROSES (FLORIBUNDA)                                           8.     Stock
                             1 cluster                                      9.     Straw Flowers

                                                  Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
 10.      Sweet Peas                                                                 8.    Lily
 11.      Sweet Williams                                                             9.    Nicotiana
 12.      Verbena                                                                   10.    Rose
                                                                                    11.    All others not listed
                  BLOOMING DIVISIONS
                                                                                  DIVISION 152 - LAVENDER
NOTE: Entry will consist of three specimens of one variety and                                           3 wands or flowering stems
                                                                                  Class
color of flower, showing color from the bud to maturity with own
                                                                                    1.     Pink
foliage attached if possible. The three stages of bloom are to
                                                                                    2.     Purple, deep
be displayed in one container. Three stems of three different
                                                                                    3.     Purple, dwarf, deep
lengths in one container; bud, flower partly opened and full
                                                                                    4.     Purple, light
blossom. Frogs may be used if necessary. Container is to be
                                                                                    5.     Purple, dwarf, light
furnished by exhibitor (maximum size container 5”w X 6”l X
                                                                                    6.     White
8”h).
Exhibits will be judged on form, color, substance, condition,
placement, bloom stage and container.                                             DIVISION 153 – ORNAMENTAL GRASSES &
                                                                                                 FERNS
LIMIT:                   Two entries per exhibitor per class.                                     3 seedheads & 3 blades for grasses
                                                                                                          3 fronds for ferns
                                                                                  Class
Premiums Offered Per Class                                                          1.     Ferns – Bicolored
     st        nd         rd
   1         2          3                                                           2.     Ferns – Green
 $3.50      $2.75     $2.00                                                         3.     Ferns – Other
A Best of Show Rosette will be awarded.                                             4.     Grasses – Blue
                                                                                    5.     Grasses – Green
DIVISION 149 - BLOOM CYCLE                                                          6.     Grasses – Silver
Class                                                                               7.     Grasses – Variegated
  1.      Asters                                                                    8.     Grasses - Other
  2.      Cosmos
  3.      Dahlias, Dinner Plate                                                   DIVISION 154 – CONIFERS: NEEDLED
  4.      Dahlias, Pompom                                                                        EVERGREEN TREES & SHRUBS
  5.      Daisy, Gloriosa (Redbeckia)                                                           1 branch up to 2’ long with 1-5 cones (fruits).
  6.      Daisy, Shasta (Leucanthemum)                                                              Name the conifer type on your entry
  7.      Lilies                                                                  Class
  8.      Marigolds                                                                 1.     Cedar
  9.      Petunia                                                                   2.     Cypress
 10.      Roses, Hybrid Tea, dark shades                                            3.     Fir
 11.      Roses, Hybrid Tea, light shades                                           4.     Giant Sequoia
 12.      Sunflowers                                                                5.     Juniper
 13.      Zinnias, Giant Hybrid                                                     6.     Pine
 14.      All others not listed                                                     7.     Spruce
                                                                                    8.     All others not listed
DIVISION 150 - FLOWERING SHRUBS &
               SUB-SHRUBS                                                                            BOUQUET DIVISIONS
              1 cut branch or stem, any number of blooms
Class                                                                             NOTE: May be mixed colors, one variety, if not otherwise
 1.       Butterfly Bush (Buddleia)                                               specified. (each entry must contain 5 stems unless otherwise
 2.       Crepe Myrtle (Lagerstroemia)                                            specified). Limited use of buds and leaves are acceptable.
 3.       Lavender                                                                Bud showing the color will be counted and judged as flowers.
 4.       Rose of Sharon (Hibiscus Sgriacus)                                      Bouquet should be displayed in a vase taller than it is wide.
 5.       Salvia (Ornamental Sage)                                                The choice of container will be judged as part of the display.
 6.       St. John’s Wort Shrub (Hypericum)
 7.       Hydrangea
                                                                                  LIMIT:                           One entry per exhibitor per class.
 8.       All others not listed

DIVISION 151 - SINGLE BLOSSOM MAGIC                                               Premiums Offered Per Class
                                                                                       st        nd         rd
        1 single beautiful flower with its own foliage and container                 1         2          3
Class                                                                              $3.50      $2.75     $2.00
 1.       Amaranthus                                                              A Best of Show Rosette will be awarded.
 2.       Artichokes
 3.       Begonia                                                                 DIVISION 155 - ASTER BOUQUETS
 4.       Coneflowers                                                             Class
 5.       Dahlia                                                                    1.     Light colors
 6.       Daisies                                                                   2.     Dark colors
 7.       Hardy Hibiscus                                                            3.     Mixed colors

                                                          Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
                                                                             1.    Agastache (Hummingbird Mint)
DIVISION 156 - COSMOS BOUQUETS                                               2.    Bee Balm (Monarda)
Class                                                                        3.    Black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia)
 1.     Lavender                                                             4.    Blanket Flower (Gaillardia)
 2.     Mixed colors                                                         5.    Coreopsis
 3.     Pink                                                                 6.    Echinacea (Purple Coneflowers)
 4.     White                                                                7.    Hardy Hibiscus
 5.     Yellow and Orange                                                    8.    Phlox
 6.     All others not listed, specify                                       9.    Pinks
                                                                            10.    Shasta Daisy
DIVISION 157 - DAHLIA BOUQUETS                                              11.    Sedum
Class                                                                       12.    Veronica
 1.     Anemone                                                             13.    Yarrow
 2.     Ball                                                                14.    All others not listed, specify
 3.     Cactus
 4.     Formal decorative                                                 DIVISION 162 - ROSE BOUQUETS
 5.     Informal decorative                                                                  3 stems – must have 1 set of leaves
 6.     Pompom                                                            Class
 7.     Semicactus                                                           1.    Floribunda – Blends
 8.     Single                                                               2.    Floribunda – Pinks
 9.     All others not listed, specify                                       3.    Floribunda – Reds
                                                                             4.    Floribunda – Other, specify
DIVISION 158 – SUMMER BULB BOUQUETS                                          5.    Hybrid tea – Bicolors and Blends
                  3 stems, any number of blooms                              6.    Hybrid tea – Pink
Class                                                                        7.    Hybrid tea – Red
  1.    Allium (Ornamental onions)                                           8.    Hybrid tea – White
  2.    Calla Lilies                                                         9.    Hybrid tea – Yellow
  3.    Canna Lilies                                                        10.    Hybrid tea – Other, specify
  4.    Crocosmia (Montbretia)
  5.    Daylily (Hemerocallis)                                            DIVISION 163 - ZINNIA BOUQUETS
  6.    Gladioli, Pastels                                                                (LARGE TYPE)
  7.    Gladioli, Dark Colors                                                                  4 inches or greater in diameter
  8.    Liatris (Gayfeather)                                              Class
  9.    Lilies (Lilium)                                                     1.     Lavender and/or Purple
 10.    All others not listed, specify                                      2.     Mixed
                                                                            3.     Orange and/or Yellow
DIVISION 159 – OTHER ANNUAL BOUQUETS                                        4.     Pastels
                  5 stems, any number of blooms                             5.     Pink and/or Red
Class                                                                       6.     Striped and/or Mottled
 1.     Amaranthus
 2.     California Poppy (sear stems at cut with flame or boiling         DIVISION 164 - ZINNIA BOUQUETS
        water to last)                                                                   (SMALL TYPE)
 3.     Impatiens                                                                                3 inches or less in diameter
 4.     Lavatera (Cup Mallow)                                             Class
 5.     Marigolds, dwarf, solid colors                                      1.     Lavender and Purple
 6.     Marigolds, dwarf, variegated                                        2.     Mixed and Striped
 7.     Marigolds, Giant, double                                            3.     Orange and Yellow
 8.     Marigolds, nearest to white                                         4.     Pastels
 9.     Poppy (Papaver)                                                     5.     Pink
             (sear stems with flame or boiling water)                       6.     Red
 10.    Strawflowers                                                        7.     All others not listed, specify
 11.    Sunflowers
 12.    All others not listed, specify                                    DIVISION 165 - SMALL FLOWER BOUQUETS
                                                                          LIMIT:        Two entries per exhibitor per class (5 items each
DIVISION 160 - PETUNIA BOUQUETS                                                         entry).
Class
 1.     Fringed
 2.     Ruffled                                                                   NOTE: Maximum height of containers – only 6”
 3.     Ruffled, double                                                   Class
 4.     Singles, dark shades                                                1.     Marigolds, Dwarf
 5.     Singles, light shades                                               2.     Nasturtiums, double
                                                                            3.     Nasturtiums, single
                                                                            4.     Petunia, dwarf, bedding
DIVISION 161 - PERENNIAL BOUQUETS                                           5.     Pinks
                  5 stems, any number of blooms
Class                                                                       6.     Snapdragons, dwarf
                                                                            7.     Zinnias, mini-varieties

                                                  Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
 8.      All others not listed, specify
                                                                                       SENIOR BAKED GOODS
                FRESH FLOWER
                                                                           NOTE: The exhibitor must home-prepare all entries in these
            ARRANGEMENT DIVISIONS                                          Divisions. Foods MUST be presented on a paper plate inside
                                                                           a zip-lock bag (with the exception of cakes). No entries will
NOTE: Arrangements are to be contained within a 12” square                 be accepted that require refrigeration.
area.
                                                                                                                ST
                                                                           ENTRIES CLOSE:              JULY 13
 The Arrangements Division will be divided into three Divisions:           ENTRY FEES:                 No entry fee
First Timers: Anyone who has not won a blue ribbon at any                                                       th
                                                                           EXHIBITS RECEIVED:          August 7 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
              Siskiyou Golden Fair (not open to intermediate                                                    th
                                                                           EXHIBIT JUDGED:             August 8 at 8:00 AM
              or advanced class exhibitors).                                                                       th
Intermediate: Open to exhibitors who have won one, but not                 EXHIBITS                    August 12 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
                                                                                                                   th
              more than five blue ribbons at the Siskiyou                  RELEASED:                   August 13 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
              Golden Fair or comparable qualifications (not                TYPE OF JUDGING:            American
              open to first timers and advanced class                      LIMIT:                      One entry per exhibitor per class.
              exhibitors).                                                 RESTRICTIONS:               Classes limited to Siskiyou County.
Advanced:     Open to exhibitors who have won six or more
              blue ribbons at the Siskiyou Golden Fair or                  Sweepstakes for All Baked Food Divisions
              comparable qualifications (not open to first                   1
                                                                               st
                                                                                      2
                                                                                        nd
                                                                                                 3
                                                                                                   rd

              timers and intermediate exhibitors).                           $15      $10        $5

LIMIT:                 Two entries per exhibitor per class.                Premiums Offered Per Class
                                                                                st        nd        rd
                                                                              1         2         3
Premiums Offered Per Class                                                  $3.50     $2.75     $2.00
     st        nd         rd
   1         2          3
 $3.50      $2.75     $2.00                                                DIVISION 176 - BREADS
A Best of Show Rosette will be awarded.                                                      Amount: ½ loaf plus 1 slice.
                                                                                    Approximately ½ pound, small loaf is acceptable.
DIVISION 168 - FRESH ARRANGEMENTS                                          Class
               FIRST TIMERS                                                   1.    Banana Nut
Class                                                                         2.    Beer
 1.      “Lavenders & Blues”                                                  3.    Cheese
 2.      “Childhood Memories”                                                 4.    Corn
 3.      “Roadside Elegance”                                                  5.    French
 4.      “Tall & Sleek”                                                       6.    Fruited
                                                                              7.    Nut (yeast or baking powder)
DIVISION 169 - FRESH ARRANGEMENTS                                             8.    Pumpkin
                                                                              9.    Rye
               INTERMEDIATE                                                  10.    White, made in Bread Machine
Class
                                                                             11.    Whole Wheat (more than ½ Whole Wheat Flour)
 1.      “Backyard Bonanza”
                                                                             12.    Whole Wheat (more than ½ Whole Wheat Flour), made
 2.      “Dish Garden”
                                                                                    in Bread Machine
 3.      “Kissed By The Sun”
                                                                             13.    Zucchini
 4.      “Shades of Pink”
                                                                             14.    All others not listed, specify
DIVISION 170 - FRESH ARRANGEMENTS
                                                                           DIVISION 177 - BISCUITS AND ROLLS
               ADVANCED                                                                            Amount: ½ Dozen
Class
                                                                           Class
 1.      “A Blaze of Roses”
                                                                             1.     Baking Powder (plain white)
 2.      “Final Touches”
                                                                             2.     Cinnamon Rolls
 3.      “Uptown”
                                                                             3.     Muffins, dark flour
 4.      “Well Balanced”
                                                                             4.     Muffins, light flour
                                                                             5.     Sweet Rolls
DIVISION 171 – HANGING ARRANGEMENTS                                          6.     All others not listed, specify
               (Open to all levels)
Class                                                                      DIVISION 178 - LAYER CAKES
 1.      Chains                                                                                Layer Cakes = Two Layers
 2.      On-the-wall containers                                                               Amount: ½ cake plus 1 slice
 3.      Swags                                                                       Filling may be the same as frosting or different.
 4.      All others not listed, specify                                    Class
                                                                             1.     Frosted Layer, Chocolate
                                                                             2.     Frosted Layer, Other


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                                                                          5.     All others not listed, specify
DIVISION 179 - DECORATED CAKES
 A mix, styrofoam or cardboard form may be used provided the            DIVISION 183 - CONFECTIONS
shape is one that could reasonably be achieved through baking.                             Amount: 6 Pieces – ½ pound
Class                                                                   Class
 1.     Cake Showing the Theme of the Fair                                1.     Caramels
 2.     Party, All Occasions                                              2.     Chocolate Fudge, Plain
                                                                          3.     Chocolate Fudge, with Nuts
DIVISION 180 - CAKES & CUP CAKES                                          4.     Divinity
                Amount: ½ cake plus 1 slice                               5.     English Toffee
Class                                                                     6.     Fudge, Other
  1.    Angel Food                                                        7.     Peanut Brittle
  2.    Applesauce                                                        8.     All others not listed, specify
  3.    Banana Nut
  4.    Bunt                                                                               THEME DIVISIONS
  5.    Carrot
  6.    Chocolate                                                                                             TH
                                                                        ENTRIES CLOSE:              JULY 13
  7.    Coffee – Breakfast Type
  8.    Cup Cakes, frosted, ½ dozen                                     ENTRY FEES:                 No entry fee
                                                                                                             th
  9.    Lemon                                                           EXHIBITS RECEIVED:          August 7 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
                                                                                                             th
 10.    Pineapple Upside Down                                           EXHIBIT JUDGED:             August 8 8:00 AM
                                                                                                                h
 11.    Pound                                                           EXHIBITS                    August 12 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
                                                                                                                th
 12.    Pumpkin                                                         RELEASED:                   August 13 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
 13.    All others not listed, specify                                  TYPE OF JUDGING:            American
                                                                        LIMIT:                      One entry per exhibitor per class.
DIVISION 181 - COOKIES & BROWNIES                                       RESTRICTIONS:               Classes limited to Siskiyou County.
                      Amount: ½ Dozen
Class                                                                   Premiums Offered Per Class
  1.    Applesauce                                                           st        nd        rd
                                                                           1         2         3
  2.    Bar, frosted                                                     $20.00   $17.50     $15.00
  3.    Bar, unfrosted
  4.    Butter
  5.    Butterscotch Brownies
                                                                        DIVISION 184 - THEME BASKETS
                                                                        Theme Baskets are to include at least three home preserved
  6.    Chocolate
                                                                        items and three home baked items, with the proper service and
  7.    Chocolate Brownies, frosted
  8.    Chocolate Brownies, unfrosted                                   label denoting your theme.
                                                                        2007 Themes are “Sunset Watching” and “Farm Fresh Fun”
  9.    Chocolate Chip
                                                                        Maximum size for basket is 24” X 24” X 24”
 10.    Drop, frosted
                                                                        Example: “Moving Day Basket”: home canned soup, home
 11.    Drop, unfrosted
                                                                        canned bean salad, pickles, jam, loaf of home made bread or
 12.    Filled
                                                                        rolls or breadsticks and bar cookies. Packed with soup bowls,
 13.    Fruit
                                                                        plastic ware and napkins (paper products may be used).
 14.    Ginger
                                                                        Class
 15.    Ice Box
                                                                          1.     Theme Basket (see above for themes, state on entry
 16.    Lemon Squares
                                                                                 form)
 17.    Macaroon
 18.    Made with Honey
 19.    Oatmeal (plus other ingredients)                                DIVISION 185 - TABLE SETTINGS
 20.    Oatmeal, Plain                                                                        Score Card for Table Settings
 21.    Peanut Butter                                                             Correctness                             40%
 22.    Pumpkin                                                                   Originality                             30%
 23.    Rolled, frosted                                                           Overall Picture                         30%
 24.    Rolled, unfrosted                                                                          Total                 100%
 25.    Snickerdoodles                                                  NOTE: Tables must be set by exhibitor only. All tables will be
 26.    Sugar                                                           furnished by the exhibitor and are of uniform sizes (card table).
 27.    Unbaked                                                         All tables are to be set for two, dishes for main course only:
 28.    Zucchini                                                        glass for all courses and silver for all courses except dessert.
 29.    All others not listed, specify                                  Menu with theme must be furnished for display on the table,
                                                                        and any other information, which might be of interest to the
DIVISION 182 - PIES & PASTRIES                                          viewer. This information may be submitted on a card neatly
                                                                        lettered or typed.
          Amount: 1/6-inch pie or larger/six pastries
Class                                                                   If fresh flowers are used on the table during judging, the flowers
 1.     Apple, Two Crust                                                must be maintained for the duration of the display or replaced
 2.     Other Two Crust Pies                                            whenever necessary with fresh flowers or other types of
 3.     One Crust with Meringue                                         arrangements of the same quality.
 4.     One Crust without Meringue                                      No paper products may be used.


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Class                                                                        2.     American and German Lagers, Light
 1.     Hometown Pride Shared County Wide                                           a. German Style Bocks
 2.     Sundown Luau                                                                b. German Style Lagers
 3.     Tea Time                                                                    c. Classic Pilsner
 4.     Uncork the Ultimate                                                         d. American Style Lagers
                                                                                    e. California Common Beer
                                                                             3.     Belgian Style Ale, Specialty and Wheat Beers
                                                                                    a. Belgian & French Style Ales
                                                                                    b. Lambrics
                                                                                    c. German Style Wheat Beers
                                                                                    d. Smoked Beers
                                                                                    e. Fruit & Vegetable Beers
                                                                                    f. Herb & Spiced Beers
                                                                             4.     English and American Ales
                                                                                    a. English Pale Ales
                                                                                    b. American Ales, Pale, Amber, Red
                                                                                    c. English Bitters
                                                                                    d. German Style Ales
                                                                             5.     English and American Brown, Mild Ale and Porters
                                                                                    a. Mild & Brown Ales
      SENIOR HOME BREWS & WINES                                                     b. Porter, Robust
                                                                                    c. Porter, Brown
NOTE: All entries in these divisions must be home prepared                   6.     Stout and Strong Ale
and canned or packaged by the exhibitor within one year of the                      a. Stout
opening date of the fair. Items that have been shown at                             b. Strong Ale
previous fairs are not eligible. All products being considered                      c. Barley Wine
for cash awards, which have not otherwise been eliminated                           d. Imperial Stout
from consideration, will be opened.                                          7.     Mead
All exhibits must be accurately labeled: (1) contents, (2) date
of processing (3) process used.                                            DIVISION 194 - WINE
                                                                           Each entry is to consist of one (1) typical wine bottle (750 ml. or
                                    TH
ENTRIES CLOSE:             JULY 13                                         quart size), standard wine bottle (no decorative bottles), and it
ENTRY FEES:                No entry fee                                    must be split for tasting purposes (can be a jar). Bottles must
                                    th                                     be unlabeled (bottles with labels will not be accepted). Bottles
EXHIBITS RECEIVED:         August 7 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
EXHIBIT JUDGED:                     th
                           August 8 at 6:00 PM                             may be sealed with corks or screw lids. Write entrant’s name
EXHIBITS                               h
                           August 12 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM                    and type of wine on paper and attach to each bottle with a
RELEASED:                              th
                           August 13 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM                    rubber band. Wine entries will be displayed in the Home Arts
TYPE OF JUDGING:           American                                        Department.
                                                                           Class
LIMIT:                     One entry per exhibitor per class.                1.     Fruit – Dry
RESTRICTIONS:              Classes limited to Siskiyou County.               2.     White Grape – Dry
                                                                             3.     Red Grape – Dry
Premiums Offered Per Class                                                   4.     Fruit – Sweet
   1
     st
             2
               nd
                        3
                          rd
                                                                             5.     White Grape – Sweet
  $3.50     $2.75      $2.00                                                 6.     Red Grape – Sweet
*Best of Show Ribbon to be awarded.                                          7.     Specialty Wines


DIVISION 193 - BEER
Each entry is to consist of three beer bottles of consistent size,                 SENIOR PRESERVED FOODS
sealed with spring fitted stoppers or crown caps. Bottles with
labels will not be accepted. Write entrant’s name and type of                                 DONATED AWARDS
brew on paper and attach to each bottle with a rubber band. All
beers are made and bottled under the natural fermentation                      Adult Food Preservation Awards (see detailed information to
process and not artificially carbonated. Beer entries will be                                 follow) - Jarden Home Brands
displayed in the Home Arts Department.
Judging criteria and entry information is available at the fair            Sweepstakes for All Preserved Food Divisions
office.                                                                      1
                                                                               st
                                                                                      2
                                                                                        nd
                                                                                                  3
                                                                                                    rd
ALL ENTRIES MUST BE DELIVERED COLD.                                          $15      $10         $5
  1.    American and German Lagers, Dark
        a. German Style Dark Lager
                                                                           NOTE: All entries in these divisions must be home-prepared
        b. American Style Dark Lager
                                                                           and canned or packaged by the exhibitor within one year of the
        c. Vienna Style Lager
                                                                           opening date of the fair. Items that have been shown at
        d. Marzen or Octoberfest Lagers
                                                                           previous fairs are not eligible. All products being considered


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for cash awards, which have not otherwise been eliminated                         7.     Boysenberries
from consideration, will be opened.                                               8.     Cherries, dark
Standard Jar – a container specifically or specially designed for                 9.     Grapes
canning purposes.                                                                10.     Mixed Fruits
No paraffin seals. All canning must be in sealed jars.                           11.     Nectarines
Non-Acid Foods – All vegetables, meats, poultry and fish must                    12.     Peaches, Cling
be canned under pressure. Low acid fruits, such as figs,                         13.     Peaches, Freestone
should be made more acidic by adding lemon juice, as directed                    14.     Pears, Bartlett
in the University Agricultural Extension Service leaflet, “Home                  15.     Pears, fancy, colored or minted
Canning of Fruits”. Tomatoes and fruits (not including their                     16.     Plums
juices) must be processed in a boiling water bath.                               17.     Rhubarb
Exhibitors should loosen rings (not lids) on jars that might be                  18.     All others not listed, specify
opened. Jars will be disqualified if they cannot be opened with
reasonable effort.                                                             DIVISION 196 - CANNED FRUIT SYRUP
All exhibits must be accurately labeled: (1) contents, (2) date                Class
of processing (3) process used. Put label on top or side of jar.                 1.      Apple
Be sure to exhibit amount of product stated: pint, one-half loaf,                2.      Apricot
etc.                                                                             3.      Berry
Preserved food will be displayed in the Ag-Hort Building.                        4.      Plum
                                                                                 5.      All others not listed, specify
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ENTRIES CLOSE:               JULY 13
ENTRY FEES:                  No entry fee                                      DIVISION 197 - CANNED MEATS
                                      th
EXHIBITS RECEIVED:           August 7 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM                                            Canned under pressure
                                      th
EXHIBIT JUDGED:              August 8 at 8:00 AM                                           Glass containers in regular quart or pint jars
                                         h                                     Class
EXHIBITS                     August 12 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
RELEASED:                                th
                             August 13 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM                        1.      Beef or Veal Hamburger Patties
TYPE OF JUDGING:             American                                            2.      Chicken
LIMIT:                       One entry per exhibitor per class.                  3.      Salmon
                                                                                 4.      All others not listed, specify
RESTRICTIONS:                Classes limited to Siskiyou County.
                                                                               DIVISION 198 - CANNED VEGETABLES
Premiums Offered Per Class                                                                 Glass containers in ½ pint, pint or quart jars
     st        nd        rd
   1         2         3                                                       Class
 $3.50     $2.75     $2.00                                                        1.     Beans, green string, Blue Lake
                                                                                  2.     Beans, green string, Kentucky Wonder
Ball® “Bring Out Your Best” – Adult Food Preservation Awards                     3.     Beets
Presented by: Ball® & Kerr® Home Canning                                          4.     Broccoli
To promote the art of home canning, and to honor adults who excel at              5.     Carrots, whole
the art of home canning, Ball® & Kerr® Home Canning is offering First
                                                                                  6.     Carrots, sliced
and Second Place Adult Award categories.
Judges will select the two best entries submitted by an adult in Fruit,           7.     Cauliflower
Vegetable, Pickle and Soft Spread categories canned in Ball® Jars                 8.     Corn, kernel
sealed with Ball® Bands with Dome® Lids or Ball® Collection                       9.     Corn, cream style
EliteDecorative Bands with Dome® Lids, or canned in Kerr® Jars                  10.     Potatoes
sealed with Kerr® Bands with Self-Sealing® Lids or Ball® Collection              11.     Green Tomato Mincemeat
Elite Decorative Bands with Dome® Lids. In addition, soft spreads               12.     Peas
entries will be limited to those prepared using one of the Ball® Fruit           13.     Peppers
Jell® Pectins: Regular; No Sugar Needed; Liquid; with pectin proof of            14.     Salsa
purchase provided at time of entry.
                                                                                 15.     Squash
The entries designated First Place from each category will receive the
following: Two (2) Five Dollar Coupons ($5.00) for Ball® or Kerr®                16.     Sauerkraut
Home Canning Products and one (1) Three Dollar Coupon ($3.00) for                17.     Tomatoes, whole
Ball 100% Natural® products. The entries designated Second Place                 18.     Tomatoes, puree
from each category will receive the following: Two (2) Five Dollar               19.     Tomatoes, stewed
Coupons ($5.00) for Ball® or Kerr® Home Canning Products. Ball®                  20.     All others not listed, specify
Home Canning (Jarden Home Brands) will ship awards directly to each
winner’s address.
                                                                               DIVISION 199 - DRIED OR DEHYDRATED
DIVISION 195 - CANNED FRUITS                                                                  FOODS
           Glass containers in regular quart or pint jars                              Amount to be exhibited: ½ pint in a covered glass jar
Class                                                                          Class
  1.     Apple                                                                   1.      Apples
  2.     Applesauce                                                              2.      Apricots
  3.     Applesauce with Raisin                                                  3.      Bananas
  4.     Apricot, halves                                                         4.      Carrots
  5.     Apricot, whole                                                          5.      Jerky
  6.     Blackberries                                                            6.      Onions
                                                                                 7.      Peaches

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  8.    Pears                                                                16.      Plum, dark
  9.    Peas                                                                 17.      Plum, light
 10.    Squash                                                               18.      Plum, wild
 11.    Tomatoes                                                             19.      Raspberry, Blackcap
 12.    Wild Game Jerky                                                      20.      Raspberry, other
 13.    All others not listed, specify                                       21.      Raspberry, sieved
                                                                             22.      Rhubarb
DIVISION 200 – PICKLES, RELISHES & SAUCES                                    23.      Rhubarb-Strawberry
        Glass containers in regular pint or half pint jars                   24.      Strawberry
Class                                                                        25.      All others not listed, specify
  1.    Barbecue sauce                                                       26.      All other mixed not listed, specify
  2.    Beans, Dill
  3.    Beets                                                              DIVISION 202 - JELLIES
  4.    Bread and Butter                                                    Standard 7 or 8 oz. jelly glasses, sealed lids. No paraffin seals.
  5.    Caponata (Italian eggplant relish)                                 Class
  6.    Carrots                                                               1.      Apple
  7.    Chili Sauce                                                           2.      Blackberry
  8.    Chutney                                                               3.      Boysenberry
  9.    Cucumber Pickles                                                      4.      Cherry
 10.    Cucumber Relish                                                       5.      Chokecherry
 11.    Dill, kosher                                                          6.      Elderberry
 12.    Dill, plain                                                           7.      Gooseberry
 13.    Green Tomatoes                                                        8.      Grape, dark
 14.    Enchilada sauce (tomato or green chile/tomatillo based,               9.      Grape, light
        Mexian seasoning)                                                    10.      Jalapeno
 15.    India Relish                                                         11.      Nectar berry
 16.    Mixed Pickles                                                        12.      Peach
 17.    Mixed Vegetable Relish                                               13.      Plum
 18.    Onion Pickles                                                        14.      Plum, wild
 19.    Peppered Pickles                                                     15.      Raspberry
 20.    Piccalilli                                                           16.      Strawberry
 21.    Pickles, all others not listed                                       17.      All others not listed, specify
 22.    Plum sauce (plum/ginger based)
 23.    Sour                                                               DIVISION 203 - PRESERVES
 24.    Spaghetti sauce (tomato based, Italian seasoning, no                            ½ pint, pint or quart jars. No paraffin seals.
        meat)                                                              Class
 25.    Sweet Pepper Relish                                                  1.       Apricot
 26.    Sweet Pickles, Cucumbers                                             2.       Cherry
 27.    Tomato Catsup                                                        3.       Peach
 28.    Tomato Relish, green                                                 4.       Plum
 29.    Tomato Relish, ripe                                                  5.       Tomato
 30.    Vegetables                                                           6.       All others not listed, specify
 31.    Zucchini
 32.    Zucchini Pickles                                                   DIVISION 204 - MARMALADES & BUTTERS
 33.    Relish, all others not listed                                                   ½ pint, pint or quart jars. No paraffin seals.
 34.    Sauces, all others not listed                                      Class
                                                                             1.       Apple Butter
DIVISION 201 - JAMS                                                          2.       Apricot Marmalade
          ½ pint, pint or quart jars. No paraffin seals.                     3.       Orange Marmalade
Class                                                                        4.       Peach Butter
  1.    Apricot, plain                                                       5.       Peach Marmalade
  2.    Apricot, spiced                                                      6.       Pear Butter
  3.    Apricot-Pineapple                                                    7.       Pear Marmalade
  4.    Blackberry, other                                                    8.       All others not listed, specify
  5.    Blackberry, sieved
  6.    Boysenberry                                                        DIVISION 205 - FRUIT LEATHERS
  7.    Cherry                                                                    Amount: Five bite size pieces rolled in about 1” lengths.
  8.    Elderberry                                                         Class
  9.    Gooseberry                                                           1.       All Varieties, specify
 10.    Nectarine
 11.    Peach, plain                                                       DIVISION 206 – VINEGARS & OILS
 12.    Peach, spiced
                                                                              Container size: 12 oz or larger glass bottle. Bottles may be
 13.    Peach-Pineapple
                                                                                            sealed with corks or screw lids.
 14.    Pear                                                               Class
 15.    Pear-Pineapple                                                       1.       Vinegars, herb, specify

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 2.     Vinegars, fruit, specify                                            3.     All others not listed, specify
 3.     Oils, specify
                                                                          DIVISION 218 - TABLECLOTH
                                                                          Class
                                                                            1.     Crocheted
       SENIOR CLOTHING & TEXTILES                                           2.     Embroidered
                                                                            3.     All others not listed, specify
                   DONATED AWARDS
                                                                          DIVISION 219 - QUILTS
 Best Handspun, Handmade Article (must be both handspun and
          made by the entrant) - Siskiyou Handspinners                    LIMIT:                         One entry per exhibitor per class.
      Best Handspun Skein of Yarn - Siskiyou Handspinners
   Best Hand Applique (Quilts Division) - $25.00 cash & Ribbon            NOTE: All quilts must have a 4” sleeve (opening) attached to
  Best Hand Embroidery (Tablecloth or Embroidery Division) -              the back for display purposes. If a quilt is chosen to hang
                    $25.00 cash & Ribbon                                  overhead, it will not be available for pick-up until the Monday
                                                                          following the fair.
Sweepstakes for All Clothing & Textiles Divisions
      st         nd        rd
    1          2         3                                                Class
    $15        $10       $5                                                 1.     Miniature (maximum perimeter measurement 60
A Best of Show Rosette will be awarded in each of the                              inches)
following categories: Afghan, Lady’s Garment, Child’s                       2.     Child’s, any kind
Garment, Man’s Garment, Pillow, Picture, Quilt, Sweater,                    3.     Appliqué
Stuffed Toy, Wedding Dress or Formal.                                       4.     All hand made
A “People’s Choice Award” Rosette will be awarded (all                      5.     All machine made
divisions included).                                                        6.     Machine stitched, hand quilted
                                                                            7.     Beginner: first quilt, specify item
NOTE: All entries in this division must have been home-                     8.     Group: specify item (friendship blocks, guild and group
produced and completed by the exhibitor within one year of the                     quilts)
opening date of the fair to be eligible for premium awards.                 9.     Made by two or more people: top by one, quilting by
Items that have been previously shown at the Siskiyou Golden                       another. Specify item (any item worked on by a
Fair are not eligible. Exhibits must be cleaned and pressed.                       professional must be entered in class 10).
Woven articles are to be hand loomed.                                       10.    Any kind, quilted by a professional, specify item.
                                                                            11.    Comforter, tied
ENTRIES CLOSE:             JULY 13
                                     TH                                     12.    Novelty, with no batting (i.e. Cathedral Window, Crazy
                                                                                   Quilt, Yo-Yo, etc.).
ENTRY FEES:                No entry fee
                                    th                                      13.    All others not listed, specify
EXHIBITS RECEIVED:         August 4 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
                                    th
EXHIBIT JUDGED:            August 5 at 9:00 AM
                                       th                                 Premiums Offered Per Class (Divisions 220-240 only)
EXHIBITS                   August 12 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM                        st        nd        rd
                                       th                                    1         2         3
RELEASED:                  August 13 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
                                                                           $3.50     $2.75     $2.00
TYPE OF JUDGING:           American
LIMIT:                     Two entries per exhibitor per class.
RESTRICTIONS:              Classes limited to Siskiyou County.            DIVISION 220 - QUILTED ITEMS
                                                                          Class
                                                                            1.     Jacket or Coat
Premiums Offered Per Class (Divisions 216-219 only)                         2.     Picture
     st        nd        rd
   1         2         3                                                    3.     Pillows
 $5.50     $3.50     $2.50                                                  4.     Vest
                                                                            5.     Wall Hanging
DIVISION 216 - AFGHANS                                                      6.     All others not listed, specify
Class
  1.    Crochet, baby                                                     DIVISION 221 - APPLIQUE
  2.    Knitted, baby                                                     Class
  3.    Baby, other                                                         1.     Wall Hanging
  4.    Crochet, multicolor                                                 2.     Pillow
  5.    Crochet, solid color                                                3.     All others not listed, specify
  6.    Crochet, original creation
  7.    Crochet with embroidery                                           DIVISION 222 - NEEDLEPOINT
  8.    Knitted, multicolor                                               Class
  9.    Knitted, solid color                                                1.     Picture under 8”X10” (framed to hang)
 10.    All others not listed, specify                                      2.     Picture over 8”X10” (framed to hang)
                                                                            3.     Pillow
DIVISION 217 - BEDSPREADS                                                   4.     All others not listed, specify
Class
 1.     Crochet or Knitted, crib                                          DIVISION 223 - EMBROIDERY
 2.     Crochet or Knitted                                                Class

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  1.    Dish Towels (pair)                                                 2.     Angora, single ply (50% minimum)
  2.    Embroidery Clothing                                                3.     Double ply, dyed
  3.    Hand Embroidery                                                    4.     Double ply, natural
  4.    Picture (ready to hang)                                            5.     Novelty, plied
  5.    Picture Set (ready to hang)                                        6.     Single ply, dyed
  6.    Pillow                                                             7.     Single ply, natural
  7.    Pillow Cases (pair)                                                8.     All others not listed, specify
  8.    Ribbon Embroidery
  9.    Table Runner                                                     DIVISION 228 - HAND SPUN YARN ARTICLES
 10.    Wall Hanging                                                     Class
 11.    All others not listed, specify                                     1.     Hat
                                                                           2.     Sweater
DIVISION 224 – HAND SEWN CLOTHING                                          3.     Socks (pair)
Class                                                                      4.     Shawl/Scarf
 1.     All items, specify                                                 5.     Tapestry/Wall Hanging
                                                                           6.     All others not listed, specify
DIVISION 225 - COUNTED CROSS STITCH
NOTE: Picture to be framed and ready to hang                             DIVISION 229 - HAND WEAVING
              17 stitches per inch and under                             Class
Class                                                                      1.     Placemats (4)
 1.     Picture, up to 5”X7”                                               2.     Poncho
 2.     Picture, over 5”X7”                                                3.     Rugs
 3.     Pillow                                                             4.     Shawl/Scarf
 4.     All others not listed, specify                                     5.     All others not listed, specify
 5.     Group of items
                 18 stitches per inch and over                           DIVISION 230 - HOOK LATCH
  6.    Picture, up to 5”X7”                                             Class
  7.    Picture, over 5”X7”                                                1.     Pillow
  8.    Pillow                                                             2.     Rugs, hooked over 45”
  9.    All others not listed, specify                                     3.     Rugs, hooked under 45”
 10.    Group of items                                                     4.     Wall Hangings
                                                                           5.     All others not listed, specify
DIVISION 226 - CROCHETED
Class                                                                    DIVISION 231 - MACHINE KNIT
  1.    Centerpiece, over 14”                                            Class
  2.    Child’s Sweater                                                    1.     All items, specify
  3.    Child’s Vest
  4.    Doily over 14”                                                   DIVISION 232 - HAND KNITTING
  5.    Doily under 14”                                                  Class
  6.    Doll Clothes                                                        1.    Booties & Cap
  7.    Hat                                                                 2.    Infant Set (3 pieces)
  8.    Hot Dish Mat                                                        3.    Slippers
  9.    Infants Set                                                         4.    Sweater, Infant’s
 10.    Lady’s Blouse                                                       5.    Sweater, Child’s
 11.    Pillow                                                              6.    Sweater, Man’s
 12.    Pillow Cases (pair)                                                 7.    Sweater, Woman’s
 13.    Poncho or Cape                                                      8.    Stole, Shawl or Scarf
 14.    Pot Holders (pair)                                                  9.    Vest
 15.    Purse                                                              10.    Vest, Child’s
 16.    Slippers                                                           11.    All other not listed, specify
 17.    Stole or Shawl
 18.    Stuffed Animals                                                  DIVISION 233 - MIXED MEDIA
 19.    Stuffed Doll/Clown                                               Class
 20.    Sweater                                                            1.     Crochet & Knitting
 21.    Sweater, Infant                                                    2.     Embroidery & Crochet
 22.    Table Mats (set of 4)                                              3.     All others not listed, specify
 23.    Towels (pair)
 24.    Vest
 25.    All others not listed, specify
                                                                         DIVISION 234 - TATTING
                                                                         Class
                                                                           1.     Book Mark
DIVISION 227 - HAND SPUN YARN                                              2.     Place Mats (set of 2)
                         (No Garments)                                     3.     Tatting, Doily
                       100 yards per skein                                 4.     Tatting, Picture
Class                                                                      5.     All others not listed, specify
 1.     Angora, double ply (50% minimum)

                                                 Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
DIVISION 235 - PATCHWORK                                             14.    Shorts or Skorts
Class                                                                15.    Skirt
 1.     Placemats (4)                                                16.    Suit, Ladies (jacket, pants and/or skirt)
 2.     All others not listed, specify                               17.    Vest
                                                                     18.    All others not listed, specify
DIVISION 236 - HOLIDAY DECORATIONS
Class                                                              DIVISION 240 - MISCELLANEOUS SEWN ITEMS
 1.     Apron                                                      Class
 2.     Decorations                                                   1.    Animals, stuffed
 3.     Ornament                                                      2.    Apron
 4.     Pot Holders (pair)                                            3.    Baskets
 5.     Stocking                                                      4.    Costume
 6.     Towel                                                         5.    Doll Clothes
 7.     Tree Skirts                                                   6.    Doll, over 11’, dressed
 8.     All others not listed, specify                                7.    Doll (all parts handmade)
                                                                      8.    Doll, stuffed over 20”
DIVISION 237 - CHILDREN’S WEAR, SEWN                                  9.    Doll, stuffed to 20”
Class                                                                10.    Doll, up to 11” dressed
  1.    Bib                                                          11.    Fabric Painting Handmade Items
  2.    Blouse                                                       12.    Hoops (must have sewing on them)
  3.    Boy’s Outfit (2 or more pieces)                              13.    Jewel or Soft Box
  4.    Coat                                                         14.    Photo Album, cover
  5.    Dress                                                        15.    Pillow
  6.    Dress, Toddler                                               16.    Pin Cushions, fancy
  7.    Girl’s Outfit (2 or more pieces)                             17.    Pot Holders (pair)
  8.    Infant                                                       18.    Purse
  9.    Jacket                                                       19.    Recycled Articles
 10.    Jumper                                                       20.    Table Mats (4)
 11.    Nightgown                                                    21.    Towel, Kitchen
 12.    Pajamas, Boy’s                                               22.    All others not listed, specify
 13.    Pajamas, Girl’s
 14.    Pants, Boy’s                                               DIVISION 241 - SPECIAL FACILITIES
 15.    Pants, Girl’s                                              LIMIT:                 Two entries per exhibitor per class.
 16.    Shirt                                                      RESTRICTIONS:          Classes limited to Siskiyou County
 17.    Skirt                                                                             residents. Exhibitors must reside in a
 18.    Vest                                                                              convalescent residential care facility, rest
 19.    All others not listed, specify                                                    home, enrolled in an Adult Day /Health
                                                                                          Care Center or be a developmentally
DIVISION 238 - MEN’S WEAR, SEWN                                                           disabled adult living at home with a
Class                                                                                     caretaker.
 1.     Jacket                                                     AWARDS:                Ribbons only.
 2.     Robe
 3.     Shirt, long sleeved                                        Class
 4.     Shirt, short sleeved                                         1.     Crochet or Knit Items
 5.     Shorts                                                       2.     Hook Latch
 6.     Suit, Casual (2 pieces)                                      3.     Needlework
 7.     Suit, Formal (3 or more pieces)                              4.     Recycled Items
 8.     Vest                                                         5.     Sewn Items
 9.     All others not listed, specify                               6.     All others not listed, specify

DIVISION 239 - WOMEN’S WEAR, SEWN
Class
  1.    Blouse, long sleeved, casual                                                  SENIOR FINE ARTS
  2.    Blouse, long sleeved, dressy
  3.    Blouse, short sleeved, casual                              NOTE: All paintings and drawings must be framed and wired,
  4.    Blouse, short sleeved, dressy                              ready for hanging to be accepted. A mat alone is not a frame.
  5.    Dress, casual                                              The “All Other Class” is ONLY for items not listed elsewhere.
  6.    Dress, formal, long                                        All entries must have been produced and completed by
  7.    Dress, formal, short                                       the exhibitor within 1 year of the opening date of the fair to
  8.    Dress, wedding                                             be eligible for premium awards.
  9.    Jacket                                                     List each entry on a separate line.
 10.    Jacket, lined
                                                                                                         TH
 11.    Lingerie                                                   ENTRIES CLOSE:              JULY 13
 12.    Pants or Slacks                                            ENTRY FEES:                 No entry fee
 13.    Robe                                                       EXHIBITS RECEIVED:                   th
                                                                                               August 4 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM

                                           Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
EXHIBIT JUDGED:                      th
                           August 5 at 8:00 AM                              Class
EXHIBITS                             th
                           August 12 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM                       1.     Animal or Marine Life
RELEASED:                            th
                           August 13 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM                       2.     Human
                                                                              3.     Outdoor
TYPE OF JUDGING:           American
                                                                              4.     Still Life
LIMIT:                     Two entries per exhibitor per class.
                                                                              5.     All others not listed, specify
RESTRICTIONS:              Classes limited to Siskiyou County.
                                                                            DIVISION 259 - MISCELLANEOUS
Premiums Offered Per Class                                                  Class
     st         nd          rd
   1          2           3                                                   1.     China Painting
  $3.50     $2.75        $2.00                                                2.     Mixed Media
A Best of Show Rosette will be awarded to one of the first                    3.     Print Making
place winners of the following categories: Beginning Amateur,                 4.     Sculpture
Advanced Amateur and Open.                                                    5.     All others not listed, specify

        BEGINNING AMATEUR DIVISIONS                                                 ADVANCED AMATEUR DIVISIONS
NOTE: For those who have been painting for less than five (5)               NOTE: For those who engage in art and craft work as a hobby
years and who engage in art and craft work as a hobby or for                or for the love of the work, whose returns from sales, if any, do
the love of the work, whose returns from sales, if any, do not              not exceed the cost of the materials for the articles sold and
exceed the cost of the materials for the articles sold and who              who are not otherwise re-numerated on account of engaging in
are not otherwise re-numerated on account of engaging in this               this work except cash prizes or premium awards. Any amateur
work except cash prizes or premium awards. An amateur may                   may enter in either amateur division but not both. An exhibitor
enter in either amateur division but not both. An exhibitor must            must enter Open Division if he/she has won a first prize at a
enter Advanced Amateur Division if he/she has won a first                   past Siskiyou Golden Fair. Pictures are to be framed and
prize at a past Siskiyou Golden Fair. Pictures are to be framed             ready to hang. Numbered paintings are not eligible. All entries
and ready to hang. Numbered paints are not eligible. Original               will be placed and displayed by the Arts Department on
designs in all classes will take definite precedence over tracing           approval of the department head. The Fair Management
or copies. All entries will be placed and displayed by the Arts             reserves the right to refuse any entry should it not be suitable
Department on approval of the department head. The Fair                     for exhibit because of size or content. Every possible care will
Management reserves the right to refuse any entry should it                 be exercised in handling and hanging exhibits, but no
not be suitable for exhibit because of size or content. Every               responsibility will be assumed.
possible care will be exercised in handling and hanging
exhibits, but no responsibility will be assumed.                            DIVISION 260 - OIL & ACRYLIC
                                                                            Class
DIVISION 255 - OIL & ACRYLIC                                                  1.     Animal or Marine Life
Class                                                                         2.     Human
 1.     Animal or Marine Life                                                 3.     Mt. Shasta
 2.     Human                                                                 4.     Outdoor with Buildings
 3.     Mt. Shasta                                                            5.     Outdoor without Buildings/Seascapes
 4.     Outdoor with Buildings                                                6.     Seascapes
 5.     Outdoor without Buildings                                             7.     Still Life
 6.     Seascapes                                                             8.     All others not listed, specify
 7.     Still Life
 8.     All others not listed, specify                                      DIVISION 261 - WATER COLOR OR CASEIN
                                                                            Class
DIVISION 256 - WATER COLOR OR CASEIN                                          1.     Animal or Marine Life
Class                                                                         2.     Human
 1.     Animal or Marine Life                                                 3.     Outdoor
 2.     Human                                                                 4.     Still Life
 3.     Outdoor                                                               5.     All others not listed, specify
 4.     Still Life
 5.     All others not listed, specify                                      DIVISION 262 - DRAWING, BLACK & WHITE
                                                                                               (Pencil, Ink, Charcoal, Felt Pen)
DIVISION 257 - DRAWING, BLACK & WHITE                                       Class
                (Pencil, Ink, Charcoal, Felt Pen)                             1.     Animal or Marine Life
Class                                                                         2.     Human
 1.     Animal or Marine Life                                                 3.     Outdoor
 2.     Human                                                                 4.     Still Life
 3.     Outdoor                                                               5.     All others not listed, specify
 4.     Still Life
 5.     All others not listed, specify                                      DIVISION 263 - DRAWING, COLOR
                                                                                               (Pastel, Color Pencil, Felt Pen)
DIVISION 258 - DRAWING, COLOR                                               Class
                 (Pastel, Color Pencil, Felt Pen)                             1.     Animal or Marine Life

                                                    Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
 2.     Human                                                               DIVISION 269 - MISCELLANEOUS
 3.     Outdoor                                                             Class
 4.     Still Life                                                            1.     China Painting
 5.     All others not listed, specify                                        2.     Mixed Media
                                                                              3.     Print Making
DIVISION 264 - MISCELLANEOUS                                                  4.     Sculpture
Class                                                                         5.     All others not listed, specify
 1.     China Painting
 2.     Mixed Media
 3.     Print Making
 4.     Sculpture                                                                   SENIOR HOBBY AND CRAFTS
 5.     All others not listed, specify
                                                                                                DONATED AWARDS
                    OPEN DIVISIONS
                                                                               Best of Show (Decorative Painting) - Magic Palette of Northern
                                                                                                        California
NOTE: For exhibitors who do not qualify under either Amateur
Divisions. You may enter in the Amateur or Open Division, but               NOTE: All entries in this department must have been
not in both. Pictures are to be framed and ready to hang. All
                                                                            produced and completed by the exhibitor within 1 year of the
entries will be placed and displayed by the Arts Department on
                                                                            opening day of the fair to be eligible for premium awards. All
approval of the department head. The Fair Management
                                                                            sewing items and garments MUST be entered in the Home
reserves the right to refuse any entry should it not be suitable
                                                                            Arts Department.
for exhibit because of size or content. Every possible care will
be exercised in handling and hanging exhibits, but no                                                             TH
responsibility will be assumed.                                             ENTRIES CLOSE:              JULY 13
                                                                            ENTRY FEES:                 No entry fee
                                                                                                                 th
DIVISION 265 - OIL & ACRYLIC                                                EXHIBITS RECEIVED:          August 4 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
                                                                                                                 th
Class                                                                       EXHIBIT JUDGED:             August 5 at 8:00 AM
                                                                                                                    th
 1.     Animal or Marine Life                                               EXHIBITS                    August 12 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
                                                                                                                    th
 2.     Human                                                               RELEASED:                   August 13 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
 3.     Mt. Shasta                                                          TYPE OF JUDGING:            American
 4.     Outdoor with Buildings                                              LIMIT:                      Two entries per exhibitor per class.
 5.     Outdoor without Buildings/Seascapes                                 RESTRICTIONS:               Classes limited to Siskiyou County.
 6.     Seascapes
 7.     Still Life                                                          Premiums Offered Per Class
 8.     All others not listed, specify                                            st         nd        rd
                                                                                1          2         3
                                                                              $3.50       $2.75     $2.00
DIVISION 266 - WATER COLOR OR CASEIN                                        A Best of Show Rosette will be awarded to each of the
Class
                                                                            following categories: Crafts, Decorative Painting,
 1.     Animal or Marine Life
                                                                            Woodworking and Models.
 2.     Human
 3.     Outdoor
 4.     Still Life                                                          DIVISION 273 - CERAMICS
 5.     All others not listed, specify                                      Class
                                                                               1.    Birds or Animals
                                                                               2.    Boxes, Decorations
DIVISION 267 - DRAWING, BLACK & WHITE                                          3.    Canister Set
                (Pencil, Ink, Charcoal, Felt Pen)                              4.    Cookie Jar
Class
                                                                               5.    Cups (set of 4)
 1.     Animal or Marine Life
                                                                               6.    Decorative Plates
 2.     Human
                                                                               7.    Decorative Vases
 3.     Outdoor
                                                                               8.    Fantasy
 4.     Still Life
                                                                               9.    Figurine
 5.     All others not listed, specify
                                                                              10.    Holiday Items – Christmas
                                                                              11.    Holiday Items - other than Christmas
DIVISION 268 - DRAWING, COLOR                                                 12.    Jewelry
                 (Pastel, Color Pencil, Felt Pen)                             13.    Kitchen Accessories
Class
                                                                              14.    Lamps or Night Lights
 1.     Animal or Marine Life                                                 15.    Native American
 2.     Human                                                                 16.    Over Glaze Items (gold, luster, etc.)
 3.     Outdoor                                                               17.    Pitcher and Bowl Set
 4.     Still Life                                                            18.    Planters (no plants)
 5.     All others not listed, specify                                        19.    All others not listed, specify




                                                    Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
DIVISION 274 - PLASTER CRAFT                                                  5.     Kitchen Items, specify
Class                                                                         6.     Plaques
 1.     Wall Plaques                                                          7.     All others not listed, specify
 2.     All others not listed, specify
                                                                            DIVISION 280 - WOODWORKING
DIVISION 275 - LEATHER WORK
Class                                                                       NOTE: Exhibitor must specify the size of all woodworking
 1.     Purses and Wallets                                                  entries on the entry form.
 2.     All others not listed, specify
                                                                                               Small Articles for Tables or Walls
DIVISION 276 - HOLIDAY DECORATIONS                                          Class
Class                                                                          1.    Animals or Figures
 1.     Christmas Centerpiece                                                  2.    Bowls
 2.     Christmas Ornaments (set of 2 or more)                                 3.    Butcher Block or Laminated Items
 3.     Christmas Wreath                                                       4.    Clocks
 4.     Christmas, all others not listed, specify                              5.    Picture Frames
 5.     Easter                                                                 6.    Shelves, any type
 6.     Thanksgiving                                                           7.    Table Lamps
 7.     All others not listed, specify                                         8.    Toys
                                                                               9.    Wall Plaques
DIVISION 277 - GLASS CRAFT                                                    10.    Woodcarving, all others not listed, specify
Class                                                                         11.    Woodcarving, Animal
 1.     Glass Etching                                                         12.    Woodcarving, Any Painted
 2.     Glass Sandblasting                                                    13.    Woodcarving, Birds
 3.     Stained Glass, 3 Dimensional (lamps, boxes, etc.)                     14.    Woodcarving, Chip Carving
 4.     Stained Glass, Copper Foil/Lead                                       15.    Woodcarving, Fish and Reptiles
 5.     Windows and Hangings                                                  16.    Woodcarving, Human
 6.     All others not listed, specify                                        17.    Woodcarving, Jewelry
                                                                              18.    Woodcarving, Relief Carving
                                                                              19.    Woodcarving, Canes/Walking Sticks
DIVISION 278 - MISCELLANEOUS CRAFTS                                           20.    Woodcarving, Waterfowl
Class
                                                                              21.    All others not listed (small articles), specify
  1.    Beadwork
                                                                                            Large Articles to Stand on Floor
  2.    Clocks, other than wood
                                                                              22.    Furniture (Large)
  3.    Craft (made from all natural materials)
                                                                              23.    Lamps
  4.    Decoupage
                                                                              24.    Tables
  5.    Fabric Painting (on ready made items)
                                                                              25.    Woodcarving (Large), specify
  6.    Fly Tying
                                                                              26.    All others not listed, specify
  7.    Handmade Jewelry
  8.    Handmade Stationery
  9.    Indian Craft, specify                                               DIVISION 281 - MODELS
 10.    Metal Craft                                                         Class
 11.    Mobiles                                                               1.     Airplanes, Helicopters
 12.    Paintings on natural objects                                          2.     Cars
 13.    Pine Needle Work, natural material                                    3.     Dioramas, Models adapted into Environments and
 14.    Pottery, hand built                                                          Scenery
 15.    Pottery, wheel thrown                                                 4.     Military, Tanks, Jeeps, Armor
 16.    Recycled Items                                                        5.     Rockets
 17.    Stamp Art (greeting cards, wrapping paper, stationery,                6.     Trains, Boats, Spaceships, Miscellaneous
        etc.)                                                                 7.     All others not listed, specify
 18.    Taxidermy and Tanning
 19.    Wall Hangings (ready to hang)                                       DIVISION 282 - HOBBY COLLECTION
 20.    Weaving, specify
 21.    All others not listed, specify                                      NOTE: Entry form must specify what the collection consists of.
 22.    Manager’s Special: Any unusual handcrafted item                     Call the fair office for case availability and space limitations.
        (mechanical [items that move], non-mechanical,
        miniature dioramas, carousels, etc.). This class                    Class
        features a $10.00 cash award.                                         1.     Glassware (no old bottles)
                                                                              2.     Family Treasures, Toys, Books, etc. (collection means
DIVISION 279 - TOLE PAINTINGS/DECORATIVE                                             10 or more items)
                                                                              3.     All others not listed, specify
               PAINTING
Class
 1.     Boxes, Trunks                                                       DIVISION 283 - ARTIFACTS
                                                                            Class
 2.     Rosemaling
 3.     Furniture Items, specify
 4.     Holiday, specify

                                                    Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
  1.     Most extensive, attractive and educational exhibit of                  sandwiching negatives, double exposures, solarization, etc.
         Native American artifacts. NOTE: Check with State                      prohibited; brightness, contrast, soft lense, permited) unless
         and Federal Regulations prior to entering certain                      otherwise stated. A mat with writing on it will not be accepted.
         feathers or animal parts.
  2.     Most extensive, attractive and educational exhibit of old              LIMIT:                    One entry per exhibitor per class.
         bottles.                                                               ENTRY FEES:               No entry fee
  3.     All others not listed, specify                                         RESTRICTIONS:             Limited to Siskiyou County residents.
For Divisions 284 & 285
                                                                                Premiums Offered Per Class
TYPE OF JUDGING:        American                                                      st         nd        rd
                                                                                    1          2         3
LIMIT:                  One entry per exhibitor per class.                        $3.50       $2.75     $2.00
RESTRICTIONS:           Classes limited to Siskiyou County.
                                                                                A Best of Show Rosette will be awarded for each of the
                                                                                following categories: Black & White Photography and Color
DIVISION 284 – GIFT WRAPPING                                                    Photography.
All wrapping must be completed prior to delivery for exhibit. Exhibit size
                   not to exceed 14” X 22” over all.                            DIVISION 287 – SNAP SHOT PHOTOGRAPHY
Class
                                                                                 NOTE: Items in this division only, must be 4”X6” in size,
  1.     All-Occasion
                                                                                photo only, no matting.
  2.     Birthday                                                               Class
  3.     Father’s Day                                                             1.     Animal
  4.     Mother’s Day                                                             2.     Kids
                                                                                  3.     Scenic Views
DIVISION 285 – SCRAP BOOKING                                                      4.     All others not listed, specify
 Two pages constitute one entry. It is recommended that all pages be
covered with page protectors for display. Entries may not be done by a
                            professional.                                                          AMATEUR DIVISIONS
Class
  1.     Baby Album                                                             NOTE: For those who engage in photography as a hobby or
  2.     Family Heritage – Black & White Photos                                 for the love of the work, and who do not receive monies for
  3.     Wedding Album                                                          their work. Management reserves the right to refuse any entry
  4.     All others not listed, specify                                         should it not be suitable for exhibit because of content. Every
                                                                                possible care will be exercised in handling and hanging
DIVISION 286 - SPECIAL FACILITIES                                               exhibits, but no responsibility will be assumed.
LIMIT:                   Two entries per exhibitor per class.
RESTRICTIONS:            Classes limited to Siskiyou County
                                                                                DIVISION 288 – PHOTOGRAPHY
                         residents. Exhibitors must reside in a                                BLACK & WHITE
                         convalescent residential care facility, rest           Class
                         home, enrolled in an Adult Day /Health                   1.     Abstracts
                         Care Center or be a developmentally                      2.     Animal
                         disabled adult living at home with a                     3.     Macro Photography
                         caretaker.                                               4.     Scenic Views
AWARDS:                  Ribbons only.                                            5.     All others not listed, specify

Class                                                                           DIVISION 289 - PHOTOGRAPHY
  1.     Ceramics                                                                              COLOR - NON DIGITAL
  2.     Hand Weaving                                                           Class
  3.     Holiday Decorations                                                       1.    Action
  4.     Jewelry or Beadwork                                                       2.    Animals (domestic, farm or zoo)
  5.     Models                                                                    3.    Architecture
  6.     Painting or Drawing (all medias)                                          4.    Birds
  7.     Recycled Items                                                            5.    Candid Shots (not posed)
  8.     Wood Projects                                                             6.    Floral
  9.     All others not listed, specify                                            7.    Macro Photography
                                                                                   8.    Mt. Shasta
                                                                                   9.    Photo Journalism (human interest)
                                                                                  10.    Portraits (posed)
            SENIOR PHOTOGRAPHY                                                    11.    Ranch Life
                                                                                  12.    Scenic Views
NOTE: All prints are to be at least the standard 8”X10” and no                    13.    Seascapes & Marine
larger than 11”X14” (this is the portion of the photo showing)                    14.    Still Life
and are to be mounted with mat board only, but not framed.                        15.    Sunsets and Sunrises
No hand coloring or tinting permitted. Photos may be                              16.    Wildlife (taken in the wild; no zoo or game park shots)
commercially finished from exhibitor’s negative or disk. Shots                    17.    All others not listed, specify
taken with a digital camera are acceptable. No shot may be
enhanced or manipulated (superimposing, flashing,

                                                        Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
DIVISION 290 - PHOTOGRAPHY                                                DIVISION 293 - PHOTOGRAPHY
               COLOR - DIGITAL                                                           COLOR - DIGITAL
Class                                                                     Class
  1.    Action                                                               1.    Action
  2.    Animals (domestic, farm or zoo)                                      2.    Animals (domestic, farm or zoo)
  3.    Architecture                                                         3.    Architecture
  4.    Birds                                                                4.    Birds
  5.    Candid Shots (not posed)                                             5.    Candid Shots (not posed)
  6.    Computer Enhanced/Manipulated                                        6.    Computer Enhanced/Manipulated
  7.    Floral                                                               7.    Floral
  8.    Macro Photography                                                    8.    Macro Photography
  9.    Mt. Shasta                                                           9.    Mt. Shasta
 10.    Photo Journalism (human interest)                                   10.    Photo Journalism (human interest)
 11.    Portraits (posed)                                                   11.    Portraits (posed)
 12.    Ranch Life                                                          12.    Ranch Life
 13.    Scenic Views                                                        13.    Scenic Views
 14.    Seascapes & Marine                                                  14.    Seascapes & Marine
 15.    Still Life                                                          15.    Still Life
 16.    Sunsets and Sunrises                                                16.    Sunsets and Sunrises
 17.    Wildlife (taken in the wild; no zoo or game park shots)             17.    Wildlife (taken in the wild; no zoo or game park shots)
 18.    All others not listed, specify                                      18.    All others not listed, specify

                    OPEN DIVISIONS
                                                                                             SPECIAL CONTEST
NOTE: For those who engage in photography as a hobby or
for the love of the work, and who do not fall into the Amateur                                PHOTOGRAPHY
Divisions. Management reserves the right to refuse any entry
should it not be suitable for exhibit because of content. Every           ENTRIES CLOSE:                            TH
                                                                                                       AUGUST 12 3:00 PM
possible care will be exercised in handling and hanging                   ENTRY FEES:                  No entry fee
exhibits, but no responsibility will be assumed.                          EXHIBITS RECEIVED:                     th
                                                                                                       August 12 from 2:00 – 3:00 PM
                                                                                                                 th
                                                                          EXHIBIT JUDGED:              August 12 3:15 PM
DIVISION 291 - PHOTOGRAPHY                                                EXHIBITS RELEASED:           Exhibits become property of the
               BLACK & WHITE                                                                           fair.
Class                                                                     TYPE OF JUDGING:             American
 1.     Abstracts                                                         LIMIT:                       One entry per exhibiter per contest
 2.     Animal
 3.     Macro Photography
                                                                          Guidelines:
 4.     Scenic Views
                                                                          1. This is a fun community-based competition. Exhibits will
 5.     All others not listed, specify
                                                                              be judged by guest judges, not professional food judges.
                                                                          2. Pre-entry is encouraged but not required. Entry forms can
DIVISION 292 - PHOTOGRAPHY                                                    be obtained through the fair office and the Fine Arts
               COLOR - NON DIGITAL                                            Building during the fair.
Class                                                                     3. Photos must have been taken during the 2007 Siskiyou
  1.    Action                                                                Golden Fair and brought to the Fine Arts Building between
  2.    Animals (domestic, farm or zoo)                                       2 and 3 PM.
  3.    Architecture                                                      4. All judging is open to the public.
  4.    Birds                                                             5. Entry in this department does not entitle exhibitor free fair
  5.    Candid Shots (not posed)                                              admission.
  6.    Floral                                                            6. Judging will be based on taste and appearance.
  7.    Macro Photography                                                 7. There will be no cash awards, ribbons only.
  8.    Mt. Shasta                                                        8. Photos will become property of the fair after judging.
  9.    Photo Journalism (human interest)
 10.    Portraits (posed)                                                 DIVISION 294 - SPECIAL CONTEST
 11.    Ranch Life
 12.    Scenic Views                                                                     PHOTOGRAPHY
                                                                          Class
 13.    Seascapes & Marine                                                                     th
                                                                          Sunday, August 12 - Fair Photos
 14.    Still Life
                                                                           1.  Animals
 15.    Sunsets and Sunrises
                                                                           2.  Carnival
 16.    Wildlife (taken in the wild; no zoo or game park shots)
                                                                           3.  Entertainment
 17.    All others not listed, specify
                                                                           4.  People




                                                  Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
PRE-SALE CARNIVAL WRISTBANDS
    $15.00 ($25.00 at fair time)
PRE-SALE ADMISSION (PACK OF 5)
      $20.00 (30% savings)



               JUNIOR DEPARTMENT
For members of FFA Chapters, 4-H Clubs, and Grange
members of Siskiyou County unless otherwise specified and                                JUNIOR EXHIBITOR
other children who qualify as Independent Junior Exhibitors                             SHOWCASE PROGRAM
(see State and Local rules).
State Rule No. VII applies to Junior Department, please read               The Junior Exhibitor Showcase Program is open to all Siskiyou
carefully. All FFA, 4-H Club and Grange members exhibiting
                                                                           County junior exhibitors between the ages of 5 and 19. To
livestock and diary cattle must wear the official uniform of their         qualify for the program each participant must enter, but are not
organization while showing their animals. All other                        limited to three divisions. Exhibitors are not limited to the
independent exhibitors to follow 4-H uniform standards without             number of classes they may enter exhibits in. In the case of
the 4-H emblems. The official FFA show uniform is to be worn
                                                                           Junior livestock exhibitors, participants may enter only one
by all FFA exhibitors and by helpers in individual and chapter             market animal and one showmanship class in the Showcase
groups while showing fairs and livestock shows shall consist of            Program. Junior Feature Booth is excluded from the program.
white trousers, white dress shirt (short or long sleeved) with the         For each exhibit entered, participants will automatically earn 10
FFA emblem attached to the left pocket and the official FFA
                                                                           points. More points can be earned when an entry receives a
four in hand neck tie. The official FFA jacket is optional; if
                                                                           ribbon or placing. The point break down is as follows:
worn, the shirt emblem is not required. Hats or headgear of
any kind shall not be worn with the official show uniform while            Regular Placing              Livestock Placing
showing. 4-H Club and Independents may wear new blue or                      st
                                                                                                        *For Sheep, Beef, Rabbits & Poultry
                                                                           1      25 points
black jeans, white shirt (short or long sleeved). 4-H Club must              nd
                                                                           2      20 points             Market Ready            25 points
wear uniform hat and scarf or tie. State Rules and Health                  3
                                                                             rd
                                                                                  17 points             Not Market Ready        0 points
Rules applicable to the Senior Department apply also to the                4
                                                                             th
                                                                                  14 points             * For Swine
Junior Department. Each entry in these Divisions shall have                  th
                                                                           5      11 points             Market Acceptable       25 points
been made or produced by the exhibitor. Entries shall be                     th
                                                                           6      8 points              Not Market Accept       0 points
made on Junior Department Entry forms provided by the Fair.                7
                                                                             th
                                                                                  5 points
Exhibitors must designate on their entry form “FOR SALE” on                8
                                                                             th
                                                                                  2 points             Grand Champion           25 points
animals to be sold. Independent exhibitors, not members of a                                           Reserve Champion         20 points
junior organization, must have their entry form signed by a
                                                                           Best in Show            25 points
parent or guardian.
                                                                           Each exhibitor that qualifies for the Junior Events Showcase
American System of Judging: The American System of                         Program will receive an invitation to an award ceremony to
Judging is based on all entries in a class being judged against                                              th
                                                                           take place Saturday, August 11 , and two gate passes to the
each other.                                                                fair, good for Saturday only. Awards will be given to the top
                                                                           three point winners in each age group. The age breakdown is
Danish System of Judging: The Danish System of Judging is                  as follows:
based upon established standards of quality for each type of
                                                                                     Primary                      5-8 years
product. In this system each exhibit is judged according to                          Beginner                     9-10 years
how well it meets that standard rather than how it compares                          Intermediate                 11-14 years
with other exhibits. In all Junior Departments using the Danish                      Advanced                     15-19 years
System, the judges shall use the following guidelines.

                Judging Scale for Danish System                            An overall winner will also be named. This exhibitor will
   Group            Quality           Score            Ribbon              receive an award; have their name put on a perpetual trophy,
 Acceptable                                                                and will also have their picture on the cover of the 2008
     1st            Superior         92-100%            Blue               Exhibitor Handbook.
    2nd              Good            84-91%             Red
     3rd            Average          70-83%             White              All State and Local rules apply.
   Group
 Undesirable
     4th              Poor           69%-Less        No Ribbon




                                                   Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
 WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE FOLLOWING                                        5.      California Speed Barrels                     Age 10 thru 12
                                                                             6.      California Speed Barrels                     Age 13 thru 17
  THAT MADE DONATIONS TOWARDS OUR                                                                                                 Age 9 & under
                                                                             7.      Pole Bending, Table II (California Poles)
 AWARDS PROGRAM AND THOSE THAT WISH                                          8.      Pole Bending, Table II (California Poles)    Age 10 thru 12
        TO REMAIN ANNONOMOUS                                                 9.      Pole Bending, Table II (California Poles)    Age 13 thru 17
                                                                             10.     Bi-rangle Stake Race                         Age 9 & under
                         Rancho del Sol,                                     11.     Bi-rangle Stake Race                         Age 10 thru 12
                       Rob Jackson Family,                                                                                        Age 13 thru 17
                                                                             12.     Bi-rangle Stake Race
                        Sampson Sheep
                                                                             13.     Single Stake Race                            Age 9 & under
                                                                             14.     Single Stake Race                            Age 10 thru 12
                                                                             15.     Single Stake Race                            Age 13 thru 17
            JUNIOR HORSE SHOW
                                                                           DIVISION 298 - PERFORMANCE CLASSES
                                                                           Class
                   DONATED AWARDS                                            1.     Showmanship                                  Age 9 & under
                                                                             2.     Showmanship                                  Age 10 thru 12
               Lead Line Winners - Scott Essex, DVM
                                                                             3.     Showmanship                                  Age 13 thru 17
 High Point (Performance) – Wood Cattle Company/Beltramo Ranch
  All Around Champion, Age 13-17 (Performance) – Weldon’s Tire               4.     Lead Line: Adult must lead horse             Age 6 & under
                      Service/The Weldon Family                                     with child. Children entering Lead
      High Point, 8 and Under (Performance) - Gazelle 4-H Club                      Line are not eligible for Walk Trot.
    Gymkhana, Age 13 to 17 High Point Winner - Rice Livestock                 5.    Hunter Under Saddle                          Age 10 thru 12
  Gymkhana, Age 10 to 12 High Point Winner - Practitioner Cecily              6.    Hunter Under Saddle                          Age 13 thru 17
                     Scala/All Family Health Care                             7.    Hunt Seat Equitation                         Age 10 thru 12
    Gymkhana Age 9 and Under High Point Winner, donated in                                                                       Age 13 thru 17
           memory of Marge Lovelace - Siskiyou Sanitary
                                                                              8.    Hunt Seat Equitation
                                                                              9.    Western Pleasure Mounts Walk Trot            Age 9 & under
      Siskiyou Champion Ranch Horse (4H Horse) – Rocker “S”
                       Ranch/Jim & Noel Sweet                                10.    Western Pleasure Mounts                      Age 10 thru 12
                                                                             11.    Western Pleasure Mounts                      Age 13 thru 17
                                      TH                                     12.    Western Horsemanship Walk Trot               Age 9 & under
ENTRIES CLOSE:               JULY 13
                                                                             13.    Western Horsemanship                         Age 10 thru 12
ENTRY FEES:                  $3.00 per entry per class                                                                           Age 13 thru 17
                                                                             14.    Western Horsemanship
                             $5.00 drug fee per horse                                                                            Age 9 & under
                                                                             15.    Trail Horses Walk Trot
                             $10.00 per stall per night                                                                          Age 10 thru 12
                                      th                                     16.    Trail Horses (obstacle course)
EXHIBITS RECEIVED:           August 4 at 8:00 AM                             17.    Trial Horses (obstacle course)               Age 13 thru 17
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EXHIBIT JUDGED:              August 4 at 8:00 AM                             18.    Bareback Horsemanship Walk Trot              Age 9 & under
EXHIBITS RELEASED:           Immediately following Show                      19.    Bareback Horsemanship                        Age 10 thru 12
TYPE OF JUDGING:             American                                        20.    Bareback Horsemanship                        Age 13 thru 17
RESTRICTIONS:                Open to the world
                             No post entries will be accepted.
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AWARDS:                      Ribbons to 6 Place.

NOTE: Gymkhana classes will start at 8:00 AM and the order
                                                                                    STATE FAIR INFORMATION
will be posted (Performance classes will not start before 10:00
AM). It is the exhibitor’s responsibility to be at the gate for               For the Siskiyou Golden Fair Junior Horse Show ONLY
each class. THERE WILL BE NO GATE HOLDS, NO
EXCEPTIONS! Age of child must be shown on the entry form.                    The 2007 California State Fair Horse Show entry deadline
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For horse show purposes the age of an individual on                           is Tuesday, August 7 . Contestants are responsible for
December 1, 2006 shall be maintained throughout the entire                  checking their entry qualification with the Siskiyou Golden Fair
year. Use a separate entry form for each rider. Protective                  Horse Show Manager Robin Wood and entering State Fair on
headgear with chinstrap must be worn by all exhibitors in the                  line at www.bigfun.org. The Siskiyou Golden Fair is not
Junior Horse Show whenever the exhibitor is on a horse,                     responsible for anyone missing the entry deadline if the above
whether showing or not (See State Rule XI.8).                                                    rules are not followed.
Walk Trot means that participants that enter are not eligible for
Lead Line or any other age division classes.

DIVISION 297 - GYMKHANA                                                     JUNIOR FEATURE EXHIBIT BOOTHS
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EXHIBITS RECEIVED:         August 4 at 8:00 AM
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EXHIBIT JUDGED:            August 4 at 8:00 AM                             NOTE: Limited to organizations, not open to individuals. Size
EXHIBITS RELEASED:         Immediately following Show                      of booth will be 10’X10’ and full use of space allotted must be
       Ceremony directly following end of Gymkhana.                        made. Walls and back must be decorated and utilized as part
                                                                           of the display. All material and decorations must be of a
Class                                                                      nonflammable material or treated and maintained with a flame-
  1.     Barrel Race                                Age 9 & under          retarding product (Local Rule #1). Failure to comply with this
  2.     Barrel Race                                Age 10 thru 12         rule will result in loss of premiums.
  3.     Barrel Race                                Age 13 thru 17
  4.     California Speed Barrels                   Age 9 & under

                                                   Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
                                          TH
ENTRIES CLOSE:                    JULY 6
ENTRY FEES:                       $12.50 per entry per class                     DIVISION 303 - FEATURE EXHIBITS, ALL
                                                                th
EXHIBITS RECEIVED:                Completed by Monday, August 6                  OTHER JUNIOR ORGANIZATIONS
                                  at 6:00 PM                                     Class
                                           th                                      1.     Group Activity Theme Booths
EXHIBIT JUDGED:                   August 8 at 10:00 AM
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EXHIBITS RELEASED:                August 12 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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                                  August 13 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
TYPE OF JUDGING:                  American
RESTRICTIONS:                     Classes limited to Siskiyou,
                                  Shasta, Trinity and Modoc
                                  counties.

        The Feature Exhibit Booth provides members an
         opportunity to acquaint the public with a specific phase of
         their club or chapter program. The booth can show what
         they have learned, the activities in which they have
         participated or the contributions of their organization to the
         community.
        Judges will insist upon a high quality of products and
         materials used in the exhibit.
        A high scoring exhibit will be artistically arranged, colorful,           JUNIOR LIVESTOCK DEPARTMENT
         attractive and well lit.                                                   4-H, FFA, GRANGE AND OTHER
        Feature Exhibit Booths shall be limited to one entry by a
         chapter or club. Space is limited; priority is given to 4-H,                          JUNIORS
         FFA and youth agricultural related organizations.
        All lighting in Feature Booths must have an on/off switch                                   DONATED AWARDS
         accessible to the Fair Staff.
        Booths must be designed, constructed and installed by                     Grand Champion Market Animals, All Species - Junior Livestock
         organization members. Instructors, leaders or any other                                          Auction Committee
         adults may supervise only. Infraction of this rule will cause              Livestock Judging Contest - Rebecca & Patrick Desmond, June
                                                                                                               Sweezy
         disqualification and forfeiture of premiums.
                                                                                  Perpetual Award to winning 4-H and FFA Team Judging and prize
        Club presidents are to sign entry blanks, leaders or                         to winning 4-H, FFA and Adult - Siskiyou Angus & Herefords
         instructors are not to sign entry forms as agents for
         chapters or clubs.                                                      All Classes in the Junior Livestock Division are open to 4-H,
        Exhibitors must make arrangements to replace all fruits                 FFA and other Juniors. Local Classes are limited to Siskiyou,
         and vegetables, which deteriorate during the fair.                      Shasta, Modoc and Trinity counties.
        All booths will have an 8-ft. back wall and 4-ft. sidewalls.            There will be a pre-weigh in scheduled for exhibitors on
        Booths may be worked on the week before fair during                                            th
                                                                                 Tuesday, August 7 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM. Exhibitors
         business hours and must be completed by 6:00 PM on the                  may weigh two animals of each species (beef, sheep, and
         Monday before the fair or they will be disqualified.                    swine). These will be unofficial weights. For hogs, the
                                                                                 exhibitor may choose which hog to show, the second one
                       Feature Booth Score Card                                  must go home Tuesday night.
           Title                             10%                                 Scales will be open from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM by breed
           Subject                           20%                                 schedule for official weighing of animals on Wednesday,
           Attracts Attention                20%                                            th
                                                                                 August 8 , the opening day of the fair.
           Holds Interest                    15%                                 If there is a protest of weight, the animal will be taken off of the
           Appearance                        20%                                 scale and held in the adjacent area. The scales will be
           Workmanship                       15%                                 balanced and the animal immediately re-weighed. This weight
           TOTAL                            100%                                 will be the final weight. ANY MARKET ANIMALS FAILING TO
                                                                                 MEET MINIMUM OR MAXIMUM WEIGHT REQUIREMENTS
Premiums Offered Per Class                                                       ARE TO BE REMOVED FROM THE GROUNDS ON THE DAY
     st        nd        rd                 th          th
   1         2         3                  4            5                         OF WEIGHING. IF THE EXHIBITOR IS USING THE SIFTED
  $125     $115       $105                $95         $85                        ANIMAL IN SHOWMANSHIP, IT IS THEN TO BE REMOVED
                                                                                 UPON COMPLETION OF THAT CLASS. It will be the
DIVISION 301 - FEATURE EXHIBITS, FFA                                             responsibility of the exhibitor to see that the clerk records your
Class                                                                            animal number and judges placing before leaving the ring or no
    1.       Agricultural Theme Booth or other FFA Activity Theme                premiums will be paid and you cannot sell at the auction.
             Booths                                                              Ownership Requirements see State Rule No. VIII.34.

DIVISION 302 - FEATURE EXHIBITS, 4-H
Class
    1.       4-H Theme Booths
    2.       Agricultural Theme Booth
    3.       Home Economics Theme Booth

                                                         Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
                                                                           Reserve Champion Replacement Heifer - Stan & Heidi Gorden/Bar
   TEN COMMANDMENTS FOR PARENTS OF                                         GX Ranch, Chuck L. Logging Inc., Cliff & Mariann Munson/Kohl Creek
    YOUNGSTERS SHOWING LIVESTOCK:                                                          Angus, L&M Rentals & Equipment
  1.  Thou shall not feed, train and care for the animal for                 Top Pen of Steers, Heifers & Replacement Heifers, donated in
      thou art trying to teach the child responsibility.                                     memory of Dr. O.K. Kendall –
  2. Thou shall forgive a child for making mistakes in the                              Siskiyou County Cattlemen’s Association
                                                                          Best Exhibit of one or more 100% Red Angus (see requirements) –
      showing for thou hast made mistakes too.
                                                                                          The Red Angus Breeders of California
  3. Thou shall not get mad when thy child forgets items in               High Grading Carcass (see requirements) - The Red Angus Breeders
      the show box for one day thou may forget the show                                               of California
      box.                                                                      Polled Hereford Breeding Animal (see requirements) –
  4. Thou shall help the show management for they are                                         The California Poll-ettes, Inc.
      doing a job that thou would not want to do.                          Outstanding 4-H and/or FFA Angus Exhibitor (see requirements) -
  5. Thou shall see that thy child is on time for all show                                   Western State Angus Auxiliary
      activities for thou would not want to wait on another.
  6. Thou shall make sure thy child has animals entered                   OUTSTANDING JUNIOR BEEF EXHIBITOR AWARD: The
      and registration papers in order by the designated                  Starrdust Cattle Company will present an award to the
      time.                                                               outstanding junior beef exhibitor. The livestock supervisor will
  7. Thou shall teach the child that winning a blue ribbon                be asked to make the selection of the winner based on show
      is a desirable goal but making friends along the way                ring placing of individual animals, showmanship, educational
      is a more worthy goal.                                              display and beef promotional handouts. The following point
  8. Thou shall remember that livestock projects are                      system must be followed: Conformation placing – Champion
                                                                                                                     st
      teaching projects, not necessarily moneymaking                      40 points, Reserve Champion 30 points, 1 Place 20 points,
                                                                            nd                   rd                                  st  nd
      projects.                                                           2 place 15 points, 3 place 10 points. Showmanship: 1 , 2
                                                                                rd
  9. Thou shall not complain about the judge for it is his or             and 3 place 10 points or participation 6 points. Market
      her opinion that has been sought.                                   Steers: Champion 40 points, Reserve Champion 30 points.
  10. Thou shall remember that the livestock project is a                 Educational Display & Promotion: Display 40 points, Beef
      family project that shall be enjoyed and supported by               Promotion Handouts 30 points. It must be kept in mind that the
      the entire family.                                                  purpose of this award is the promotion of the beef industry.

SCHOLARSHIP: 2007 Tri Counties Bank Scholarship Award                     THE RED ANGUS BREEDERS OF CALIFORNIA AWARD:
Tri Counties Bank is offering two $500.00 scholarships to two             An award will be presented for the best exhibit of one or more
high school graduates that participate in the Junior Livestock            100% Red Angus animals and one award for the high grading
Auction. Interested graduates should direct a letter to the               carcass of a steer that is at least 50% Red Angus. To be
Junior Livestock Auction committee discussing their animal                eligible for these awards, an application must be made to Red
project this year, their history with FFA or 4H and what their            Angus Breeders of California. Please inquire at the fair office
plans are for the scholarship should it be awarded to them.               for further information.
Letters need to be submitted to the Livestock Office no later
than 2:00 PM on the Saturday of the fair. The winners will be             WOMEN’S AUXILIARY OF THE CALIFORNIA POLLED
announced at the auction. Each winner will need to provide                HEREFORD ASSOCIATION AWARD: A trophy will be
proof they are enrolled in college to receive their award.                awarded to the Junior Exhibitor showing the most outstanding
                                                                          Polled Hereford Breeding Animal. Juniors competing must
                                                                          show a Polled Hereford that is naturally smooth headed or
                                                                          having loose scurs, fitting the American Hereford Association
                    JUNIOR BEEF                                           guidelines. Breeding animals, either Bull or Heifer, must be
                                                                          registered with the American Hereford Association. In a mixed
                                                                          breeding show no Polled Hereford placing below fourth place
                  DONATED AWARDS
                                                                          in the show is eligible for this award. The official judge of the
 Outstanding Junior Beef Exhibitor (see requirements) - Starrdust         Junior Show will make selection, and the worthiness of the
                         Cattle Company                                   exhibit for such an award shall be the sole decision of the
 All Around Showmanship, in memory of Bob & Jeanette Axton -              judge.
                          Axton Family
 Grand Champion Market Steer –Richard & Greta Hockaday, Table             WESTERN STATES ANGUS AUXILIARY AWARD:The
           Rock Ranch/Martin Family and Grange Co-Op                      Western States Angus Auxiliary, 2184 South 1200 East, Bliss,
 Reserve Champion Market Steer - Richard & Greta Hockaday and
                                                                          Idaho 83314, will present an award to the outstanding 4-H
                 Table Rock Ranch/Martin Family
  Top 4-H Market Steer, donated in memory of Aage Petersen -              exhibitor and/or outstanding FFA exhibitor. The selection of
       Hockaday, Fowler, Robinson, Egeline & Rizzo Families               the winner is based on showring placing of individual animals,
  Grand Champion Registered Breeding Bull - KG Angus Ranch                placing in showmanship and educational display. The
 Grand Champion Registered Breeding Female - Mole-Richardson              following point system must be followed. Conformation point
                                                                                                                                    st
                              Farms                                       placing: Grand Champion: 40, Reserve Champion: 30; 1
Grand Champion Cow-Calf – Wood Cattle Company/Beltramo Ranch                           nd            rd
                                                                          place: 20, 2 place: 15, 3 place: 10. Showmanship:
      Reserve Champion Cow-Calf - Little Shasta Reds/Phelps               participation: 6. Educational display promoting the Angus
          Supreme Champion Bull - Little Shasta Ranch
                                                                          breed: 25. If steers and breeding animals are both exhibited,
      June Cook Memorial Carcass Contest 1st & 2nd Place –
                        American AgCredit
                                                                          points may be combined to select a winner.
Grand Champion Replacement Heifer - S.C. Jackson Memorial/Sam
                       and Stacey Jackson



                                                  Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
              REGISTERED PUREBRED                                         have been registered by a purebred association cannot be
                                                                          entered into this Division.
                BREEDING ANIMALS
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                                                                          ENTRIES CLOSE:                  JULY 13
NOTE: Nurse cows will not be permitted on the fairgrounds.
                                                                          ENTRY FEES:                     $3.00 per entry per class
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                                      TH                                  EXHIBITS RECEIVED:              August 7 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM
ENTRIES CLOSE:               JULY 13                                                                               th
                                                                                                          August 8 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
ENTRY FEES:                  $4.00 per entry per class                    EXHIBIT JUDGED:                             th
                                                                                                          August 10 at 9:00 AM
                                      th
EXHIBITS RECEIVED:           August 7 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM                  EXHIBITS RELEASED:                          th
                                                                                                          August 12 at 6:00 PM
                                      th
                             August 8 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM                  TYPE OF JUDGING:                American
                                         th
EXHIBIT JUDGED:              August 10 at 9:00 AM                         RESTRICTIONS:                   Local classes limited to Siskiyou,
                                         th
EXHIBITS RELEASED:           August 12 at 6:00 PM                                                         Modoc, Shasta and Trinity
TYPE OF JUDGING:             American                                                                     counties.
RESTRICTIONS:                Local classes limited to Siskiyou,
                             Modoc, Shasta and Trinity
                                                                          Premiums Offered Per Class
                             counties.                                         st        nd        rd               th
                                                                             1         2         3                4
                                                                            $20       $18       $16               $14
Premiums Offered Per Class
     st          nd        rd       th          th
   1           2         3        4           5
  $30          $28      $26      $24         $22                          DIVISION 310 - ALL BREEDS JUDGED
Rosettes will be awarded to Champion Bull & Female.                                      TOGETHER
                                                                                               Females Only, Name Breed
DIVISION 309 - ALL BREEDS JUDGED                                                                      FEMALES
                                                                          Class                                             Date of Calving
               TOGETHER                                                     1.      Senior or Junior Calf            Sep. 1 2006 – Apr. 8, 2007
      Any species of animal that meets their respective breed               2.      Junior or Summer Yearling        Jan. 1 – Aug. 31, 2006
           association standards for purebred registry.                     3.      Senior Yearling                  Mar. 1 – Dec. 31, 2005
                            FEMALES
Class                                           Date of Calving
 1.       Junior Calf                       Jan. 1 – Apr. 8, 2007                       SINGLE MARKET ANIMALS
 2.       Senior Calf                       Sep. 1 – Dec. 31, 2006
 3.       Summer Yearling                   May 1 – Aug. 31, 2006         NOTE: No Cash Premiums – Rosettes will be awarded to
 4.       Junior Yearling                   Jan. 1 – Apr. 30, 2006        Grand & Reserve Champion Market Beef.
 5.       Senior Yearling                   Mar. 1 – Dec. 31, 2005        Attendance by exhibitor of a fair sponsored Livestock Quality
                             BULLS                                        Assurance Training session is a prerequisite for entry into this
  6.      Junior Calf                       Jan. 1 – Apr. 8, 2007         Division.
  7.      Senior Calf                       Sep. 1 – Dec. 31, 2006        Exhibitors must designate on entry form “For Sale” on animals
  8.      Summer Yearling                   May 1 – Aug. 31, 2006         to be sold.
  9.      Junior Yearling                   Jan. 1 – Apr. 30, 2006        All breeds will be judged together.
 10.      Senior Yearling                   Mar. 1 – Dec. 31, 2005
                            GROUPS                                                                 Grade Scorecard
All owned by one exhibitor, entered as individuals and be of one                 Market Ready           Market steers projected to
                             breed.                                                                     have sufficient fat deposition to
 11.    Cow and Calf: Calf must have been born between Jan.                                             meet the marbling
        1 and July 1, 2007 and be eligible for registry. Calf                                           specifications for USDA Prime,
        must be entered and shown as an individual, if old                                              Choice or Select+ quality
        enough.                                                                                         grades.
        NOTE: When making entry for this class, as a group,                      Not Market Ready Market steers lacking evidence
        enter cow on one line and calf on one line; identify both                                       of sufficient fat deposition to
        animals by birth date and registration numbers. If a calf                                       produce a desirable consumer
        is not old enough to show as an individual and does not                                         product. Steers projected to
        have a registration number, be sure to give birth date of                                       grade USDA Select- or lower.
        the calf, permanent identification and registration                      No award will be given to any animal that does not
        number of its sire and dam.                                              meet the weight requirements of the class. Owners
 12.    Pair of Females: 2 females, bred by exhibitor.                           of animals to be sold at the Junior Livestock Auction
                                                                                 should leave the Bill of Sale with the weigh master
            GRADE OR UNREGISTERED                                                at the time of weighing.

              PUREBRED ANIMALS                                            ENTRIES CLOSE:                  JULY 13
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                                                                          ENTRY FEES:                     $4.00 per entry per class and
NOTE: Animals entered in the following classes cannot be                  EXHIBITS RECEIVED:                       th
                                                                                                          August 7 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM
entered in any other class of the Beef Cattle Division.                                                            th
                                                                                                          August 8 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
By his/her signature as the owner or agent on an entry form                                               All Market Beef must be on the
the exhibitor also certifies that the sire of each animal entered                                         fairgrounds by 8:00 AM
in the following classes was either registered or purebred. A                                             Wednesday.
permanent ear tag or tattoo number is required. Animals which

                                                  Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
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EXHIBIT JUDGED:              August 10 at 9:00 AM                          ENTRIES CLOSE:                JULY 13
                                        th
EXHIBITS RELEASED:           August 12 at 6:00 PM                          ENTRY FEES:                   $4.00 per entry per class
                                                                                                                  th
TYPE OF JUDGING:             Danish                                        EXHIBITS RECEIVED:            August 7 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM
                                                                                                                  th
RESTRICTIONS:                Local classes limited to Siskiyou,                                          August 8 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
                             Modoc, Shasta and Trinity                                                   All Market Beef must be on the
                             counties.                                                                   fairgrounds by 8:00 AM
PROOF OF                     Picture of animal, proof of                                                 Wednesday.
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OWNERSHIP FOR ALL            ownership and identification                  EXHIBIT JUDGED:               August 10 at 9:00 AM
                                                                                                                     th
EXHIBITORS:                  information is due in the fair office         EXHIBITS RELEASED:            August 12 at 6:00 PM
                                           TH
                             by APRIL 9 .                                  TYPE OF JUDGING:              Danish
                                                                           RESTRICTIONS:                 Local classes limited to Siskiyou,
DIVISION 311 - SINGLE MARKET BEEF                                                                        Modoc, Shasta and Trinity
Class                                                                                                    counties.
 1.     Steer – 1,050 to 1,400 lbs.                                        PROOF OF                      Picture of animal, proof of
                                                                           OWNERSHIP FOR ALL             ownership and identification
          GROUP OF MARKET STEERS                                           EXHIBITORS                    information is due in the fair office
                                                                                                                        TH
                                                                                                         by APRIL 9 .
   Open to 4-H Clubs and FFA Chapters of Siskiyou County.
                            st         rd
                 Ribbons – 1 through 3 place
                       Champion Banner                                            Group 1      Blue Ribbon
             NO ENTRY FEE – ENTER AT RING                                         Group 2      Red Ribbon
  Best group of three market steers shown in the market class                     Group 3      White Ribbon
 and owned by members of the same club or chapter. Must be                        Ribbons will be awarded as blue, red and white in
        shown by owner. One entry per club or chapter.                            order of quality. The judge will determine the
                                                                                  individual sale order for the Junior Livestock
                                                                                  Auction from among eligible entries placing in the
         BEEF REPLACEMENT HEIFERS                                                 blue or red groups.
NOTE: No Cash Premiums – Rosettes will be awarded to
                                                                           DIVISION 312 - BEEF REPLACEMENT HEIFERS
Grand & Reserve Champion Beef Replacement Heifers.                         Class
Quality Assurance Training session is a prerequisite for entry               1.      Beef Replacement Heifers – minimum weight 900 lbs.
into this Division.
Guidelines:
1. Registered or grade beef replacement heifers are eligible
     projects. Grade heifers must be without horns. The sire                            JUNIOR DAIRY CATTLE
     of the heifer must be of a beef breed.
2. The age limit for heifer is a minimum of 16 months old,
     with the maximum age being 30 months old on opening
                                                                                                DONATED AWARDS
     day of the fair.                                                                    All Around Showmanship - Martin’s Dairy
3. All beef replacement heifers will be weighed on the fair                  Junior and Senior Advanced Showmanship - All West/Select Sires
     scales on Wednesday during beef weigh-ins. Minimum                     Grand Champion Bred Dairy Heifer – Scott Valley Bank and Grange
     weight is 900 lbs.                                                                                   Co-Op
4. Heifers must be bred to calve between September 1, 2006                  Reserve Champion Bred Dairy Heifer - Caralee Scala/SisQ Holsteins
     and March 1, 2007. Any heifer past 25 months of age                                  & Race Mules and R.B.’s Awards & More
     must calve by December 31, 2005 (effective for the 2006                 Club Pair of Dairy Females - Caralee Scala/SisQ Holsteins & Race
     fair). Heifers may be bred naturally or by artificial                                                Mules
     insemination. Heifers will be pregnancy tested by a
     veterinarian specified by the fair on Wednesday. All                           REGISTERED OR UNREGISTERED
     heifers must be bred to a bull of a beef breed.                                         ANIMALS
5. Heifers should be bred to bulls with low birth weights in
     order to reduce difficulty in calving. E.P.D. information of
                                                                           NOTE: Senior and junior yearlings in milk must be shown with
     bull/sire used should be provided. Accurate records must
                                                                           two-year-olds. Note “In Milk” on your entry form.
     be kept on the heifers. It is important that exhibitors have
                                                                           May be either registered or unregistered by a purebred sire.
     dates written down as to when the heifer was exposed to
                                                                           By his/her signature as the owner or agent on an entry form,
     the bull and any data that could be beneficial to the
                                                                           the exhibitor also certifies that the sire of each animal entered
     potential buyer. (ie. E.P.D.’s, vaccination records, etc.)
                                                                           in the following classes for grade animals was either registered
6. All heifers must bear evidence of having the official calf-
                                                                           or purebred. A permanent ear tag or tattoo is required.
     hood brucellosis vaccination with the presence of an
     official tattoo visible in the right ear.                                                                    TH
7. If an exhibitor declares that the heifer is registered, the             ENTRIES CLOSE:                JULY 13
     registration papers must be signed off and submitted to               ENTRY FEES:                   $4.00 per entry per class
                                                                                                                 th
     the Livestock Office before the heifer will be allowed to             EXHIBITS RECEIVED:            August 7 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM
                                                                                                                 th
     sell.                                                                                               August 8 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
                                                                                                                 th
8. Grand and Reserve Champion Beef Replacement Heifers                     EXHIBIT JUDGED:               August 8 at 5:30 PM
                                                                                                                    th
     are required to sell at auction.                                      EXHIBITS RELEASED:            August 12 at 6:00 PM
                                                                           TYPE OF JUDGING:              American

                                                   Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
RESTRICTIONS:                Local classes limited to Siskiyou,
                             Modoc, Shasta, Trinity and
                                                                                               JUNIOR SWINE
                             Tehama counties.
                                                                                               DONATED AWARDS
Premiums Offered Per Class                                                   Top FFA Showmanship, donated in memory of Melissa Lytken-
     st        nd        rd            th         th
   1         2         3             4           5                                                 Isbell - Isbell Family
  $30       $28       $26            $24        $22                         Junior Advanced Showmanship - Jim & Noel Sweet/Rocker S Ranch
                                                                             Grand Champion Market Swine – Larry & Sherry Perry donated in
                                                                                 memory of Ryan Perry, Grange Co-Op and Wayne Hammar
DIVISION 318 - ALL BREEDS JUDGED                                             Reserve Champion Market Swine - Peters Truck Lines and Wayne
               TOGETHER                                                                                  Hammar
                            FEMALES                                              Top Placing Siskiyou County Bred Market Swine - Scott
Class                                          Date of Calving                                   Farms/Country Stitches
 1.      Junior Calf                   Mar. 1, 2007 – Apr. 8, 2007             Top Siskiyou County Breeder - Scott Farms/Country Stitches
                                       Sep. 1, 2006 – Feb. 28, 2007                    Donations – Scott Kimball Construction, Inc.
 2.      Senior Calf
 3.      Junior Yearling               Mar. 1 – Aug. 31, 2006
 4.      Senior Yearling               Sep. 1, 2005– Feb. 28, 2006                      SINGLE MARKET ANIMALS
 5.      2 years, under 3              Sep. 1, 2004 – Aug. 31, 2005
 6.      3 years and over              Prior to Aug. 31, 2004              NOTE: No Cash Premiums – Rosettes will be awarded to
                                                                           Grand & Reserve Champion Market Swine.
         BRED DAIRY HEIFERS TO SELL                                        Attendance by exhibitor of a fair sponsored Livestock Quality
                                                                           Assurance Training session is a prerequisite for entry into this
                                                                           Division.
NOTE: No Cash Premiums – Rosettes will be awarded to
                                                                           Exhibitors must designate on entry form “For Sale” on animals
Grand & Reserve Champion Bred Dairy Heifer.
                                                                           to be sold.
Attendance by exhibitor of a fair sponsored Livestock Quality
                                                                           Two (2) animals may be listed on the entry form with a notation
Assurance Training session is a prerequisite for entry into this
                                                                           as to which animal is entered. Only one animal is allowed on
Division. Not to be entered into any other Division. Not over
                                                                           the day of official weigh in and at the fair.
30 months of age. Within 60 days of calving. A permanent ear
                                                                           All breeds listed in the M.P.L. are eligible. All breeds will be
tag or tattoo number is required.
                                                                           judged together.
                                                                           Exhibitors must be the bonafide owner of the animals at least
      Group 1      Blue Ribbon
                                                                           60 days before the opening day of the fair.
      Group 2      Red Ribbon
      Group 3      White Ribbon
                                                                                                  Grade Scorecard
      Ribbons will be awarded as blue, red and white in
                                                                                  Market       U.S. No. 1 and No. 2 hogs of average
      order of quality. The judge will determine the
                                                                                  Acceptable   or greater conformation that are
      individual sale order for the Junior Livestock
                                                                                               acceptable in leanness, muscularity
      Auction from among eligible entries placing in the
                                                                                               and production traits.
      blue or red groups.
                                                                                  Not Market   Any hog of below average
                                      TH                                          Acceptable   conformation including U.S. No. 3,
ENTRIES CLOSE:               JULY 13                                                           U.S. No. 4 and utility grade hogs.
ENTRY FEES:                  $4.00 per entry per class
                                      th
EXHIBITS RECEIVED:           August 7 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM                   ENTRIES CLOSE:               JULY 13
                                                                                                                 TH
                                      th
                             August 8 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM                   ENTRY FEES:                  $4.00 per entry per class and
                             All Market Dairy must be on the                                                     th
                                                                           EXHIBITS RECEIVED:           August 7 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM
                             fairgrounds by 8:00 AM
                                                                                                        All Market Swine must be on the
                             Wednesday.
                                      th                                                                fairgrounds by 8:00 AM
EXHIBIT JUDGED:              August 8 at 5:30 PM
                                         th                                                             Wednesday.
EXHIBITS RELEASED:           August 12 at 6:00 PM                                                                th
                                                                           EXHIBIT JUDGED:              August 9 at 9:00 AM
TYPE OF JUDGING:             Danish                                                                                 th
                                                                           EXHIBITS RELEASED:           August 12 at 6:00 PM
RESTRICTIONS:                Local classes limited to Siskiyou,            TYPE OF JUDGING:             Danish
                             Modoc, Shasta, Trinity and
                                                                           LIMIT:                       One entry per exhibitor.
                             Tehama counties.
                                                                           RESTRICTIONS:                Local classes limited to Siskiyou,
PROOF OF                     Picture of animal, proof of
                                                                                                        Modoc, Shasta and Trinity
OWNERSHIP FOR ALL            ownership and identification
                                                                                                        counties.
EXHIBITORS:                  information is due in the fair office
                             by APRIL 9 .
                                            TH                             PROOF OF                     Picture of animal, proof of
                                                                           OWNERSHIP FOR ALL            ownership and identification
                                                                           EXHIBITORS:                  information is due in the fair office
DIVISION 319 - ALL BREEDS JUDGED                                                                        by JUNE 8 .
                                                                                                                     TH

               TOGETHER
Class                                                                      DIVISION 325 - SINGLE MARKET SWINE
 1.      Bred Dairy Heifer, born Feb. 8, 2005 or later                     Class
                                                                             1.      Market Hogs, 210 to 280 lbs.



                                                   Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
             GROUP OF MARKET SWINE                                             8.       Flock: one yearling or ram lamb, two yearling ewes
   Open to 4-H Clubs and FFA Chapters of Siskiyou County.                               and two ewe lambs.
                            st        rd                                       9.       Get of Sire: four sheep sired by the same ram, lambs
                 Ribbons – 1 through 3 place
                       Champion Banner                                                  must have been breed by exhibitor.
             NO ENTRY FEE – ENTER AT RING                                      10.      Young Flock: one ram lamb and two ewe lambs bred
  Best group of three market swine shown in the market class                            by exhibitor.
 and owned by members of the same club or chapter. Must be
       shown by owner. One entry per club or chapter.                        DIVISION 332 - DORSET
                                                                                                            RAMS
                                                                             Class
                                                                               1.       Yearling Ram                 Sep. 2005 – Aug. 2006
                   JUNIOR SHEEP                                                2.       Ram Lamb                     Sep. 2006 – May 2007
                                                                               3.       Pair of Ram Lambs: two ram lambs, bred by exhibitor.
                   DONATED AWARDS                                                                            EWES
                                                                               4.       Yearling Ewes                 Sep. 2005 – Aug. 2006
   All Around Showmanship - Elisa Noble and The Kaufner Family                 5.       Pair of Yearling Ewes: two yearling ewes
Beginning, Junior Advanced and Senior Advanced Showmanship –                   6.       Ewe Lambs                     Sep. 2006 – May 2007
                       The Kaufner Family                                      7.       Pair of Ewe Lambs: two ewe lambs, bred by exhibitor.
   Grand Champion Market Sheep – Mark & Ann Robinson, Sherry                                                GROUPS
                  Glendening and Grange Co-Op                                                  One entry per exhibitor per class.
  Reserve Champion Market Sheep - Scott Valley Disposal Inc. and               All owned by one exhibitor and entered as individuals and be of one
                       Sherry Glendening                                                                     breed.
    Top 4-H Market Sheep – Ben & Will Cook and Dane & Taylor                   8.       Flock: one yearling or ram lamb, two yearling ewes
                            Robinson                                                    and two ewe lambs.
 Supreme Champion Suffolk, donated in memory of Levi Walters -
                                                                               9.       Get of Sire: four sheep sired by the same ram, lambs
                        Memorial Award
                                                                                        must have been breed by exhibitor.
                                                                               10.      Young Flock: one ram lamb and two ewe lambs bred
             REGISTERED PUREBRED                                                        by exhibitor.
               BREEDING ANIMALS
                                                                             DIVISION 333 - ALL OTHER MEAT BREEDS
NOTE: Please refer to Local Rule #8.                                                                        RAMS
                                                                             Class
ENTRIES CLOSE:                JULY 13
                                        TH
                                                                               1.       Yearling Ram                 Sep. 2005 – Aug. 2006
ENTRY FEES:                   $2.50 per entry per class                        2.       Ram Lamb                     Sep. 2006 – May 2007
                                       th                                      3.       Pair of Ram Lambs: two ram lambs, bred by exhibitor.
EXHIBITS RECEIVED:            August 7 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM
                                       th
                              August 8 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM                                                    EWES
                                       th                                      4.       Yearling Ewes                 Sep. 2005 – Aug. 2006
EXHIBIT JUDGED:               August 9 at 1:00 PM
                                          th                                   5.       Pair of Yearling Ewes: two yearling ewes
EXHIBITS RELEASED:            August 12 at 6:00 PM
                                                                               6.       Ewe Lambs                     Sep. 2006 – May 2007
TYPE OF JUDGING:              American
                                                                               7.       Pair of Ewe Lambs: two ewe lambs, bred by exhibitor.
LIMIT:                        Two entries per exhibitor per                                                 GROUPS
                              class.                                                           One entry per exhibitor per class.
RESTRICTIONS:                 Local classes limited to Siskiyou,               All owned by one exhibitor and entered as individuals and be of one
                              Modoc, Shasta and Trinity                                                      breed.
                              counties.                                        8.       Flock: one yearling or ram lamb, two yearling ewes
                                                                                        and two ewe lambs.
                                                                               9.       Get of Sire: four sheep sired by the same ram, lambs
Premiums Offered Per Class
     st          nd        rd       th       th                                         must have been breed by exhibitor.
   1           2         3        4        5                                   10.      Young Flock: one ram lamb and two ewe lambs bred
  $20          $17      $14      $11       $8                                           by exhibitor.
Rosettes will be awarded to Champion Ram & Ewe.
                                                                             DIVISION 334 - ALL OTHER WOOL BREEDS
DIVISION 331 - SUFFOLK                                                              Any species of animal that meets their respective breed
                              RAMS                                                       association standards for purebred registry.
Class
                                                                                                            RAMS
 1.     Yearling Ram                 Sep. 2005 – Aug. 2006
                                                                             Class
 2.     Ram Lamb                     Sep. 2006 – May 2007                                                            Sep. 2005 – Aug. 2006
                                                                               1.       Yearling Ram
 3.     Pair of Ram Lambs: two ram lambs, bred by exhibitor.                   2.       Ram Lamb                     Sep. 2006 – May 2007
                               EWES
                                                                               3.       Pair of Ram Lambs: two ram lambs, bred by exhibitor.
 4.     Yearling Ewes                 Sep. 2005 – Aug. 2006
                                                                                                             EWES
 5.     Pair of Yearling Ewes: two yearling ewes                               4.       Yearling Ewes                 Sep. 2005 – Aug. 2006
 6.     Ewe Lambs                     Sep. 2006 – May 2, 2007
                                                                               5.       Pair of Yearling Ewes: two yearling ewes
 7.     Pair of Ewe Lambs: two ewe lambs, bred by exhibitor.                   6.       Ewe Lambs                     Sep. 2006 – May 2007
                              GROUPS
                                                                               7.       Pair of Ewe Lambs: two ewe lambs, bred by exhibitor.
                 One entry per exhibitor per class.
 All owned by one exhibitor and entered as individuals and be of one
                               breed.


                                                     Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
                               GROUPS                                          ENTRIES CLOSE:               JULY 13
                                                                                                                     TH
                  One entry per exhibitor per class.
  All owned by one exhibitor and entered as individuals and be of one
                                                                               ENTRY FEES:                  $4.00 per entry per class
                                                                                                                     th
                                breed.                                         EXHIBITS RECEIVED:           August 7 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM
 8.       Flock: one yearling or ram lamb, two yearling ewes                                                All Market Sheep must be on the
          and two ewe lambs.                                                                                fairgrounds by 8:00 AM
 9.       Get of Sire: four sheep sired by the same ram, lambs                                              Wednesday.
                                                                                                                     th
          must have been breed by exhibitor.                                   EXHIBIT JUDGED:              August 9 at 1:00 PM
                                                                                                                        th
 10.      Young Flock: one ram lamb and two ewe lambs bred                     EXHIBITS RELEASED:           August 12 at 6:00 PM
          by exhibitor.                                                        TYPE OF JUDGING:             Danish
                                                                               LIMIT:                       Two entries per exhibitor per
  UNREGISTERED PUREBRED GRADE OR                                                                            class.
                                                                               RESTRICTIONS:                Local classes limited to Siskiyou,
 CROSSBRED SHEEP BY PUREBRED SIRE                                                                           Modoc, Shasta and Trinity
                                                                                                            counties.
NOTE: By his/her signature as the owner or agent on an entry                   PROOF OF                     Picture of animal, proof of
form, the exhibitor also certifies that the sire of each animal                OWNERSHIP FOR ALL            ownership and identification
entered in the following classes for grade animals was either                  EXHIBITORS:                  information is due in the fair office
registered or purebred. A permanent ear tag or tattoo number                                                by JUNE 8 .
                                                                                                                         TH
is required. Animals, which have been registered by a
purebred breed association, cannot be entered in this Division.
                                                                               DIVISION 338 - SINGLE MARKET LAMBS
                                         TH                                    Class
ENTRIES CLOSE:                 JULY 13                                           1.     Wether or Ewe Lambs, 110 to 160 lbs.
ENTRY FEES:                    $3.00 per entry per class
                                        th
EXHIBITS RECEIVED:             August 7 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM                                   GROUP OF MARKET LAMBS
                                        th
                               August 8 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM                        Open to 4H Clubs and FFA Chapters of Siskiyou County.
                                        th
EXHIBIT JUDGED:                August 9 at 1:00 PM                                                         st        rd
                                                                                                Ribbons – 1 through 3 place
                                           th
EXHIBITS RELEASED:             August 12 at 6:00 PM                                                   Champion Banner
TYPE OF JUDGING:               American                                                     NO ENTRY FEE – ENTER AT RING
LIMIT:                         Two entries per exhibitor per                     Best group of three market lambs shown in the market class
                               class.                                           and owned by members of the same club or chapter. Must be
RESTRICTIONS:                  Local classes limited to Siskiyou,                      shown by owner. One entry per club or chapter.
                               Modoc, Shasta and Trinity
                               counties.
                                                                                                  JUNIOR GOATS
Premiums Offered Per Class
     st        nd        rd              th
   1         2         3                4                                                         DONATED AWARDS
  $12       $10        $8               $6
                                                                                        All Around Showmanship – Willow Mountain Ranch
DIVISION 337 - RANGE EWES, ALL BREEDS                                                      Grand & Reserve Champion - Cheryl Scruggs
Class
 1.       Yearling Ewe                        Sep. 2005 – Aug. 2006            NOTE: May be either registered or unregistered by a purebred
 2.       Ewe Lamb                            Sep. 2006 – May 2007             sire. By his/her signature as the owner or agent on an entry
                                                                               form, the exhibitor also certifies that the sire of each animal
                                                                               entered in the following classes for grade animals was either
                SINGLE MARKET ANIMALS                                          registered or purebred. A permanent ear tag or tattoo is
NOTE: No cash premiums– Rosettes will be awarded to                            required.
Grand & Reserve Champion Market Sheep. All breeds are                                                                   TH
                                                                               ENTRIES CLOSE:                 JULY 13
judged together.
Attendance by exhibitor of a fair sponsored Livestock Quality                  ENTRY FEES:                    $3.00 per entry per class
                                                                                                                        th
Assurance Training session is a prerequisite for entry into this               EXHIBITS RECEIVED:             August 7 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM
                                                                                                                        th
division.                                                                                                     August 8 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
                                                                                                                        th
Exhibitors must designate on entry form “For Sale” on animals                  EXHIBIT JUDGED:                August 9 After Jr. Sheep Show
                                                                                                                           th
to be sold.                                                                    EXHIBITS RELEASED:             August 12 at 6:00 PM
Market Lambs are to be slick sheared 5 days before the fair.                   TYPE OF JUDGING:               American
                                                                               RESTRICTIONS:                  Local classes limited to Siskiyou,
                        Grade Scorecard                                                                       Modoc, Shasta and Trinity
       Market      USDA Prime or Choice quality with 12” rib                                                  counties.
       Ready       back fat range .16-.35, average or greater
                   conformation and cutability.                                Premiums Offered Per Class
       Not         Good or lower quality with 12” rib back fat                    1
                                                                                    st
                                                                                              2
                                                                                                nd
                                                                                                       3
                                                                                                         rd
                                                                                                                  4
                                                                                                                    th
       Market      range <.16 or >.35, under finished lambs                      $12          $10       $8        $6
       Ready       grading USDA good or lower, below-
                                                                               Rosettes will be awarded to Grand & Reserve Champion.
                   average conformation or cutability.



                                                       Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
                                                                            DIVISION 350 - LARGE POULTRY (State Breed)
DIVISION 344 - DAIRY GOATS (ALL BREEDS)                                     American, Asiatic, Continental, English,
Class                                                                       Mediterranean
 1.     Milkers 3 years & older       Prior to Jan. 1, 2005                 Class
 2.     Milkers 1 & 2 years old       Jan 1, 2005 - Dec. 31, 2006             1.     Cock                              One year or older
 3.     Dry Yearlings                 Jan. 1 – Dec. 31, 2006                  2.     Hen                               One year or older
 4.     Senior Doe Kid                Jan. 1 – Feb. 28, 2007                  3.     Cockerel                          Less than one year
 5.     Intermediate Doe Kid          Mar. 1 – Apr. 15, 2007                  4.     Pullet                            Less than one year
 6.     Junior Doe Kid                Apr. 16 – Jun. 8, 2007
                                                                            DIVISION 351 – BANTAMS (State Breed)
DIVISION 345 - PYGMY GOATS                                                  Modern Game, Old English Game, Single Comb-
Class
 1.     Does, all ages                                                      Clean Legged, Rose Comb-Clean Legged, All
                                                                            Other Clean Legged, Feathered Legged
                                                                            Class
                                                                              1.     Cock                              One year or older
                                                                              2.     Hen                               One year or older
                JUNIOR POULTRY                                                3.     Cockerel                          Less than one year
                                                                              4.     Pullet                            Less than one year
                   DONATED AWARDS
                                                                            DIVISION 352 – DUCKS (State Breed)
 Grand & Reserve Meat Pens - Inventory Control Specialists/Dave &           Heavy Weight, Medium Weight, Light Weight
                         Janet Jones                                        Class
          All Around Showmanship – Sumner Family                                                                       One year or older
                 Donations – Gazelle 4-H Club
                                                                              1.     Old Drake (male)
                                                                              2.     Old Duck (female)                 One year or older
                                      TH                                      3.     Young Drake (male)                Less than one year
ENTRIES CLOSE:                  JULY 13                                       4.     Young Duck (female)               Less than one year
ENTRY FEES:                     $2.00 per entry per class
                                          th
EXHIBITS RECEIVED:              August 8 between noon and 2:00              DIVISION 353 - EGGS
                                PM. All animals will be inspected                                                 TH
                                by a State Certified Poultry                ENTRIES CLOSE:               JULY 13
                                Examiner in a designated area               ENTRY FEES:                  $2.00 per entry per class
                                                                                                                 th
                                outside the fairgrounds. NO                 EXHIBITS RECEIVED:           August 8 from noon to 4:00 PM
                                                                                                                 th
                                POULTRY WILL BE ALLOWED                     EXHIBIT JUDGED:              August 9 at 5:00 PM
                                ON THE FAIRGROUNDS PRIOR                    TYPE OF JUDGING:             American
                                TO THE MANDATORY HEALTH                     LIMITS:                      No more than three (3) entries per
                                INSPECTION.                                                              class.
                                          th
EXHIBIT JUDGED:                 August 8 at 5:00 PM
                                             th
EXHIBITS RELEASED:              August 12 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM                1. Judging of Eggs will be based on: Size, Interior Quality (size
TYPE OF JUDGING:                American                                       of air cell, opaqueness), Condition of Shell, Uniformity of
NOTE: Rules, definitions and judging procedure as prescribed                   Size and Shape, Shell Texture, Uniformity of Color and
in the latest edition of the Official Show Rules and Standard of               Shape.
Perfection of the American Poultry Association, Inc. shall apply            2. An entry shall consist of twelve (12) chicken eggs in a
to all district and county fair poultry shows, except in such                  carton.
instances where they are in conflict with the rules and                     3. All eggs will become the property of the fair and will not be
regulations prescribed by the Department of Food and                           released to the exhibitor once brought in.
Agriculture.                                                                4. The judge reserves the right to break the eggs, if it is
                                                                               deemed advisable in order to properly judge the exhibit.
                                                                            Class
Premiums Offered Per Class (not Division 354)
     st         nd         rd                                                 1.     Eggs – White
   1          2          3                                                    2.     Eggs – Brown & Tint
   $6         $5         $4
Awards will be given to Best & Reserve in Show. Rosettes will               DIVISION 354 - MEAT PEN
be awarded to Grand & Reserve Champions and Grand &
Reserve Champion Eggs.                                                      TYPE OF JUDGING:             Danish
                                                                            LIMITS:                      No exhibitor may enter more than
                                                                                                         2 pens of 2.
DIVISION 349 - UTILITY CHICKENS (State Breed)
Class
                                                                            PROOF OF                     Picture of animal, proof of
 1.     Cock                               One year or older                OWNERSHIP FOR ALL            ownership and identification
 2.     Hen                                One year or older                EXHIBITORS:                  information is due in the fair office
                                                                                                                    TH
 3.     Cockerel                           Less than one year                                            by July 10 .
 4.     Pullet                             Less than one year
                                                                            NOTE: Meat pens will go to the Junior Livestock Auction. No
                                                                            premiums.



                                                    Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
Quality Assurance Training is a requirement to sell at the                         4.   No tattooing done in the Rabbit Barn.
Auction.                                                                           5.   Animals to be shown in the order posted in the Rabbit
                                                                                        Barn.
Class                                                                              6.   No exhibitors under 5 years of age.
 1.     Meat Pen: shall consist of two birds, not over 8 weeks
        old, not to exceed 6 pounds and as closely matched as               NOTE: Breed and color must be stated on entry form. All
        possible. Pens shall be judged on condition, fleshing,              ARBA disqualifications from competitions will apply.
        weight and uniformity.                                              Rabbits must be entered as an entry to participate in
                                                                            showmanship.
DIVISION 355 - EDUCATIONAL POSTER                                           Refer to State Rule VIII.19. A tattoo gun is available at the
               CONTEST                                                      Farm Advisor’s Office.
ENTRY FEES:                  No entry form or fee required.                 Quality Assurance Training is a requirement to sell at the
                                                                            Auction.
EXHIBITS RECEIVED:           August 8th between noon and
                             4:00 PM at the Poultry Building.                                                        TH
EXHIBIT JUDGED:              August 8th at 5:00 PM                          ENTRIES CLOSE:                  JULY 13
EXHIBITS RELEASED:           August 12th 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM                 ENTRY FEES:                     $2.00 per entry per class
TYPE OF JUDGING:             American                                       EXHIBITS RECEIVED:
                                                                                                                     th
LIMIT:                       No more than one entry per                        Meat Pens                    August 8 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
                                                                                                                     th
                             individual or club.                               Other Breeds                 August 8 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
                                                                                                                     th
RESTRICTIONS:                Open to all Qualified Juniors.                 EXHIBIT JUDGED:                 August 9 at 9:00 AM
                                                                                                                        th
AWARDS:                      Ribbons only.                                  EXHIBITS RELEASED:              August 12 at 6:00 PM
                                                                            TYPE OF JUDGING:                American
                                                                            LIMITS:                         Meat pens - one rabbit may not be
Bring an educational poster relating to any Poultry subject.
                                                                                                            entered in more than one division.
Posters may be any size up to 22” X 28”. Classes are as
follows (mark on back of poster the class to be entered):                   RESTRICTIONS:                   Meat pens and single live fryer
Class                                                                                                       divisions are open to all qualified
 1.     Primary                     Ages 5 to 8                                                             juniors who are residents of
 2.     Beginning                   Ages 9 to 10                                                            Siskiyou County, members of 4-H
 3.     Intermediate                Ages 11-13                                                              Clubs that are active members of
 4.     Advanced                    Ages 14 to 19                                                           the Siskiyou Leaders Council and
 5.     Club or Organization                                                                                members of Siskiyou County FFA
                                                                                                            Chapters.

                                                                            Premiums Offered Per Class (Divisions 361 only)
                 JUNIOR RABBITS                                                1
                                                                                 st
                                                                                          2
                                                                                            nd
                                                                                                     3
                                                                                                       rd

                                                                               $3         $2         $1
                   DONATED AWARDS                                           Awards will be given to Best & Reserve in Show, Grand
                                                                            Champion & Reserve Meat Pen and Grand Champion Single
                  Best in Show - Super Bunnies                              Live Fryer.
          First Place Showmanship - Tim & Tina Pope
  Grand Champion Meat Pen - Schultz’ Farm Repair and Inventory
             Control Specialists/David & Janet Jones                        DIVISION 360 - MEAT PEN
Reserve Grand Champion Meat Pen - Tim & Tina Pope and Inventory             TYPE OF JUDGING:                Danish
             Control Specialists/David & Janet Jones                        LIMITS:                         No exhibitor may enter more than
       Champion Single Live Fryer - Shasta River Rabbitry
                                                                                                            2 pens of 3.
                                                                            PROOF OF                        Picture of animal, proof of
Beginning with 2007, this show will be an ARBA sanctioned
                                                                            OWNERSHIP FOR ALL               ownership and identification
youth show.
                                                                            EXHIBITORS:                     information is due in the fair office
Rules, definitions and judging procedures as prescribed in the                                                         TH
                                                                                                            by July 10 .
latest edition of the Guide Book and Standard of the American
Rabbit Breeders Association, Inc. shall apply to all districts and
county fair rabbit shows, provided they do not conflict with any                 Rabbits must be from does owned, bred and kindled by
of the rules and regulations prescribed by the Department of                 exhibitor’s immediate family. Pedigrees (photocopies only) may
Food and Agriculture.                                                         be brought upon check-in to be put on file for potential buyers.
     1. All animals must be identified by legible permanent                                All Group I pens will be sold at auction.
          ear markings conforming to the entry form on arrival
          at the show. Any duplication of ear markings by one                                      Pen of 3 – State Breed
          exhibitor in the same Division must be eliminated and                                (Any rabbit purebred meat type.)
                                                                            Class
          the change recorded on the judging sheet before
          judging.                                                            1.        Three Rabbits (to be judged alive): 3 ½ to 5 lbs., not
     2. A judge may disqualify a rabbit from competition                                over 70 days old. All breeds judged together. Each
          because of temporary or curable defects.                                      entry to be of uniform variety, type and weight. May not
     3. The age in months (4 months, etc.) or date of birth                             be entered in any other class.
          must be entered on the entry form for each animal
          entered.

                                                    Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
                                                                                                        individual or club.
DIVISION 361 – SINGLE LIVE FRYER                                          RESTRICTIONS:                 Open to all Qualified Juniors.
TYPE OF JUDGING:              Danish                                      AWARDS:                       Ribbons only.
LIMITS:                       No exhibitor may enter more than
                              2 single live fryers of any one             Bring an educational poster relating to any Rabbit subject.
                              breed.                                      Posters may be any size up to 22” X 28”. Classes are as
                                                                          follows (mark on back of poster the class to be entered):
                                                                          Class
                          State Breed
                                                                            1.     Primary                      Ages 5 to 8
              (All breeds will be judged together.)
                                                                            2.     Beginning                    Ages 9 to 10
Class
                                                                            3.     Intermediate                 Ages 11-13
 1.     Commercial Fry (to be judged alive): 3 ½ to 5 lbs., not
                                                                            4.     Advanced                     Ages 14 to 19
        over 70 days old. Each entry to be ARBA recognized
        variety, type and weight.                                           5.     Club or Organization

Premiums Offered Per Class (Divisions 362 - 364 only)                                          JUNIOR CAVY
   Best of Breed        Best of Opposite Breed
        $3                         $2
                                                                                              DONATED AWARDS
DIVISION 362 – FOUR CLASS RABBITS                                                    Best of Show & Reserve – River Valley 4H Club
Class   State age and sex
  1.    American Fuzzy Lop                                                ENTRIES CLOSE:                JULY 13
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  2.    Angora                                                            ENTRY FEES:                   $2.00 per entry per class
  3.    Dutch                                                                                                   th
                                                                          EXHIBITS RECEIVED:            August 8 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
  4.    Dwarf Hotot                                                                                             th
  5.    Florida White                                                     EXHIBIT JUDGED:               August 9 at 9:00 AM
                                                                                                                   th
  6.    Himalayan                                                         EXHIBITS RELEASED:            August 12 at 6:00 PM
  7.    Holland Lop                                                       TYPE OF JUDGING:              American
  8.    Jesey Wolley
  9.    Lion Head                                                         Premiums Offered Per Class
 10.    Mini Lop                                                             Best of Breed        Best of Opposite Breed
 11.    Mini Rex                                                                  $3                        $2
 12.    All other breeds, specify
                                                                          DIVISION 366 – CAVIES
DIVISION 363 – SIX CLASS RABBITS                                          Class    State variety, age and sex
Class   State age and sex                                                   1.     Abyssinian
 1.     Californian                                                         2.     American
 2.     Champagne D Argent                                                  3.     Satin
 3.     French Lop                                                          4.     Silkie
 4.     New Zealand                                                         5.     Teddy
 5.     Satin                                                               6.     All other breeds, specify
 6.     Standard Rex
                                                                             For all other Junior Cavy entries, see separate ARBA
DIVISION 364 – NETHERLAND DWARF                                             Rabbit and Cavy Entry Book. The Open ARBA All Breed
Class   State variety and group                                             Rabbit and Cavy Show will be held on Saturday, August
 1.     Junior Buck                     Under 6 months of age                                       11, 2007.
 2.     Senior Buck                     6 months and older
 3.     Junior Doe                      Under 6 months of age
 4.     Senior Doe                      6 months and older
                                                                                     PEE WEE SHOWMANSHIP
  For all other Junior Rabbit entries, see separate ARBA
 Rabbit and Cavy Entry Book. The Open ARBA All Breed                                          DONATED AWARDS
 Rabbit and Cavy Show will be held on Saturday, August
                         11, 2007.                                         Champion Ribbons, 1st through 15th and Participants - Mark & Ann
                                                                                                        Robinson
DIVISION 365 - EDUCATIONAL POSTER                                            Champion Large & Small Animal - Richard & Greta Hockaday
                                                                                       Top Beef - B.K. Cattle Co. & Esther Burch
               CONTEST                                                                     Top Sheep - Janine Betts & Family
ENTRY FEES:                   No entry form or fee required.                                Top Swine – Rick & Stacy Brooks
EXHIBITS RECEIVED:            August 8th between noon and                                 Top Cavy - Little Shasta Reds/Phelps
                              4:00 PM at the Rabbit Building.              Top Dairy Cattle - Shasta Livestock Shipping/ Kat Lavey & Jim Scala
                                       th                                                     Top Goat – Kohl Creek Angus
EXHIBIT JUDGED:               August 9 at 9:00 AM
EXHIBITS RELEASED:            August 12th 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
                                                                          NOTE: Limited to boys and girls under the age of 9 at the time
TYPE OF JUDGING:              American
                                                                          of 4-H enrollment deadline. Any domestic animal except
LIMIT:                        No more than one entry per                  horses, dogs, cats or fowl can be shown only for

                                                  Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
showmanship. These animals must have been trained by the                                                               TH
                                                                            ENTRIES CLOSE:                JULY 13
exhibitor and may not be entered in any other division.                     ENTRY FEES:                   No entry fee
Animals need not be purebred. Entries must be made on the                   EXHIBIT JUDGED:               According to the Schedule
Entry Forms and must be signed by the parent(s). The fair                   EXHIBITS RELEASED:                       th
                                                                                                          August 12 at 6:00 PM
office will arrange for free admission for the exhibitor on the
                                                                            TYPE OF JUDGING:              American
day of showing.
                                                                            LIMITED:                      To Siskiyou, Shasta, Modoc and
It is preferred that the animals not arrive on the fairgrounds
until Saturday and also leave on Saturday. However, if stalling                                           Trinity counties.
the animals on the grounds for the entire run of the fair is more
convenient, we will do our best to accommodate Pee Wee                      Premiums Offered Per Class
                                                                               st    nd       rd      th          th         th       th      th
exhibitors. Should an animal stay at the fair, the exhibitor and             1     2        3       4           5           6       7        8
their family will be subject to all fair livestock rules. A Pee Wee          $8     $7      $6      $5          $4          $3      $2       $1
stall card will be provided and must be on the stall/pen where
the animal is located. If you wish to have the animal stay on               Beginner           A beginner is an exhibitor who has not
the grounds, you must write that on your entry form. You will                                                         th
                                                                            Showmanship:       reached his or her 13 birthday by the
be contacted as to the availability of barn space prior to the                                 opening day of the fair. Entrants in this
fair.                                                                                          division compete for ribbons only, with the
                                                                                               overall first place winner in each animal specie
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ENTRIES CLOSE:                JULY 13                                                          receiving a trophy.
ENTRY FEES:                   No entry fee
                                         th                                 Junior             Classes will be limited to exhibitors 13 through
EXHIBITS RECEIVED:            August 11 at 4:00 PM
EXHIBIT JUDGED:                          th
                              August 11 at 5:00 PM – Auction                Advanced           15 years of age or who have been qualified to
                              Ring                                          Showmanship:       show in these classes.
EXHIBITS RELEASED:            Immediately following judging.
TYPE OF JUDGING:              American                                      Senior             Classes will be limited to exhibitors 16 through
                                                                            Advanced           19 years of age or who have been qualified to
RESTRICTIONS:                 Limited to Fair District
                                                                            Showmanship:       show in these classes. All exhibitors are
AWARDS:                       Ribbons only.                                                    considered Qualified Showmen, as are
                                                                                               entrants in breeding classes who do not have
DIVISION 373 - JIM DAVIDSON MEMORIAL                                                           market animals to exhibit.
               PEE WEE SHOWMANSHIP
Class                                                                       Large Animal       First place winners in each Junior and Senior
 1.     Large Animals (judged together): Beef, Dairy, Sheep,                Round Robin        Showmanship Class will be eligible to
        Swine, and Goats – no non-castrated males.                          Showmanship:       compete for the Glendenning Round Robin
 2.     Small Animals (judged together): Rabbit and Cavy                                       Trophy in the Livestock Arena at 6:00 PM on
        Members of the 4-H Rabbit or Cavy Project are not                                      Saturday. Limited to junior exhibitors of the
                                                                                                  th
        eligible.                                                                              10 District Agricultural Association and any
                                                                                                                                 th
                                                                                               reciprocating fair open to the 10 DAA 4-H
                                                                                               and FFA members for Round Robin
                                                                                               Showmanship. The California State Fair will
                                                                                               be hosting a competition for Master
           JUNIOR SHOWMANSHIP                                                                  Showmanship Exhibitors winning the Round
                                                                                               Robin Showmanship at their district or county
NOTE: Only animals entered by a junior exhibitor in the junior                                 fairs. All information regarding this
department are eligible. Entries in showmanship must be                                        competition is available at the fair office.
made in accordance with all other livestock entry-closing
deadlines. Post-entries will not be accepted. Exhibitor must                Small Animal       The first and second place from the Junior and
be on hand and ready to exhibit at the time called for judging.             Round Robin        Senior Advanced classes for Rabbit, Cavy and
All FFA, 4-H Club and Grange members exhibiting livestock                   Showmanship:       Poultry will be invited to participate in a Small
and dairy cattle must wear the official uniform of their                                       Animal Round Robin Showmanship.
organization while showing their animals. All other
independent exhibitors to follow 4-H uniform standards without              DIVISION 379 - BEEF SHOWMANSHIP
the 4-H emblems. The official FFA show uniform is to be worn                Class
by all FFA exhibitors and by helpers in individual and chapter                1.     Senior Advanced                   Ages 16 to 19
groups while showing fairs and livestock shows shall consist of               2.     Beginner                          Ages 9 to 10 (no premiums)
white trousers, white dress shirt (short or long sleeved) with the            3.     Beginner                          Ages 11 to 12 (no premiums)
FFA emblem attached to the left pocket and the official FFA                   4.     Junior Advanced                   Ages 13 to 15
four in hand neck tie. The official FFA jacket is optional; if
worn, the shirt emblem is not required. Hats or headgear of                 DIVISION 380 - DAIRY CATTLE SHOWMANSHIP
any kind shall not be worn with the official show uniform while             Class
showing. 4-H Club and Independents may wear new blue or                       1.     Senior Advanced                   Ages 16 to 19
black jeans, white shirt (short or long sleeved). 4-H Club must               2.     Beginner                          Ages 9 to 12 (no premiums)
wear uniform hat and scarf or tie.                                            3.     Junior Advanced                   Ages 13 to 15




                                                    Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
DIVISION 381 - SHEEP SHOWMANSHIP                                                       Posing                                         15%
Class                                                                               Showing Animal to Best Advantage                  10%
 1.     Senior Advanced                Ages 16 to 19                                Poise, Alertness & Attitude                       10%
 2.     Beginner                       Ages 9 to 10 (no premiums)
 3.     Beginner                       Ages 11 to 12 (no premiums)
 4.     Junior Advanced                Ages 13 to 15
                                                                                          ORDER OF SHOWING
DIVISION 382 - SWINE SHOWMANSHIP                                                          FOR SHOWMANSHIP
Class
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 1.     Senior Advanced                Ages 16 to 19                       WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8
 2.     Beginner                       Ages 9 to 10 (no premiums)          5:00 PM     Junior Poultry Showmanship (followed by)
 3.     Beginner                       Ages 11 to 12 (no premiums)                         Junior Poultry Meat Pens
 4.     Junior Advanced                Ages 13 to 15                                       Poultry Breeds
                                                                                           Senior Poultry
DIVISION 383 - GOAT SHOWMANSHIP                                            5:30 PM     Dairy Showmanship (followed by)
Class                                                                                      Bred Dairy Heifers
 1.     Senior Advanced                Ages 14 to 19                                       Junior Dairy Breeding Classes
 2.     Beginner                       Ages 5 to 8 (no premiums)                           Senior Dairy Breeding Classes
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 3.     Junior Advanced                Ages 9 to 13                        THURSDAY, AUGUST 9
                                                                           9:00 AM     Swine Showmanship (followed by)
DIVISION 384 - RABBIT SHOWMANSHIP                                                          Market Swine
Class                                                                                      Group of 3 Market Swine
 1.     Senior Advanced                Ages 14 to 19                                   Junior Rabbits (following Open ARBA show order)
 2.     Junior Advanced                Ages 11 to 13                       1:00 PM     Sheep Showmanship (followed by)
 3.     Beginner                       Ages 9 to 10 (no premiums)                          Market Lambs
 4.     Primary                        Ages 5 to 8 (no premiums)                           Group of 3 Market Lambs
                                                                                           Junior Breeding Sheep
DIVISION 385 - POULTRY SHOWMANSHIP                                         Immediately following the Junior Sheep Showmanship
Class                                                                                  Goat Showmanship (followed by)
 1.     Senior Advanced                Ages 14 to 19                                       Junior Dairy Goat Breeding Classes
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 2.     Junior Advanced                Ages 11 to 13                       FRIDAY, AUGUST 10
 3.     Beginner                       Ages 9 to 10 (no premiums)          9:00 AM     Beef Showmanship (followed by)
 4.     Primary                        Ages 5 to 8 (no premiums)                           Market Steers
                                                                                           Group of 3 Market Steers
DIVISION 386 - CAVY SHOWMANSHIP                                                            Beef Replacement Heifers
Class                                                                                      Junior Beef Breeding Classes
 1.     Senior Advanced                Ages 14 to 19                                       Senior Beef Breeding Classes
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 2.     Junior Advanced                Ages 11 to 13                       SATURDAY, AUGUST 11
 3.     Beginner                       Ages 9 to 10 (no premiums)          8:00 AM     Open ARBA Rabbit and Cavy Show sponsored by
 4.     Primary                        Ages 5 to 8 (no premiums)                       the Siskiyou Rabbit and Cavy Club
                                                                           9:00 AM     Livestock Judging Contest
                                                                           4:00 PM     Small Animal Round Robin Showmanship
DIVISION 387 - ROUND ROBIN SHOWMANSHIP
                                                                           5:00 PM     Pee Wee Showmanship
             DONATED AWARDS                                                6:00 PM     Large Animal Round Robin Showmanship
 Large Animal Winner - Jim & Sherma Isbell and Terry Glendenning
              donated in memory of Kelsie Glendenning
 Small Animal Winner – Inventory Control Specialists/David & Janet                            JUNIOR AUCTION
   Jones, Oliver’s Saddlery and Klamath River Barbeque Company
                          (perpetual trophy)
                                                                                              Sponsored by the
  No entry is required for these classes because the top two                       10th District Junior Livestock Auction
            placings will be automatically entered.
                No Cash Awards – Ribbons Only
                                                                                               Committee, Inc.
Class                                                                                  10:00 AM, Sunday August 12th
  1.     Large Animal: Beef, Dairy, Goats, Sheep and Swine
  2.     Small Animal: Rabbit, Cavy and Poultry                            Any Junior Exhibitor not conducting himself/herself to acceptable
                                                                           standards of behavior will not be allowed to sell at the Livestock
                                                                           Auction.
              Score Card for Judging Showmanship                           1. The auction will be restricted to members of the 10th Agricultural
        Appearance of Animal                                                    Association District excluding District 10A. 4-H members must
          Condition                          10%                                have registered in an appropriate project by November 15th of the
          Grooming                           20%                                prior year to sell at the Junior Livestock Auction. 4-H members
          Cleanliness                        10%                                with rabbits must be at least 9 years old by December 31st of the
        Appearance of Exhibitor                                                 prior year. Any 4-H members transferring into the county must
          Showing in the Ring                10%                                have been previously enrolled by December 2nd. FFA members
                                                                                must be members in good standing by the second week of the
          Moving or Leading                  15%
                                                                                second semester to sell at the auction.

                                                   Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
2.    To be eligible to participate in the Junior Livestock Auction as a                 the case of 4-H members .5% goes to the County Club Council
      buyer, there must be no outstanding auction debt from any                          and for FFA .5% goes to the FFA Chapter. The remaining
      previous years.                                                                    deductions are used to pay for (beef, dairy) brand inspections,
3.    The exhibitor must individually own all market animals 120 days                    (swine) Pork Check Off, transportation fees and other promotional
      for beef and dairy heifers, 60 days for sheep and swine and 30                     or required fees.
      days for rabbits and poultry, before the fair.                               16.   The Auction Committee will provide carcass grading for beef,
4.    Animals to be sold must be shown and sold by the member as an                      however, the Auction Committee will not provide cash awards for
      entry in the 10th District Agricultural Association Fair and meet the              the grading.
      weight requirements prescribed in the market animal classes                  17.   The auction will be conducted in a business like manner. The
      listed in the Exhibitor Handbook. A representative may show for                    auctioneer will determine the sales price and only bona fide bids
      the owner if two animals are entered in the fair and may show and                  will be accepted.
      sell if the member is attending an out of county 4-H or FFA                  18.   The auction will be on a cash basis. Any person bidding on an
      function or has a doctor’s excuse, illness or hospitalization or                   animal, in receiving the bid, will be responsible for the payment of
      family bereavement absence or is approved by the Auction                           the animal, if he/she is acting as an agent for another person.
      Committee. College students unable to attend the sale must have              19.   Purchasers will make checks out to the Junior Livestock Auction.
      shown their animals to have substitute sell them. All fair rules             20.   NEW!! Sellers’ checks will be mailed within 10 days of the
      apply to all entries of the auction.                                               auction date.
5.    The sale will be limited to market animals only. No breeding and             21.   NEW!! The Junior Auction Executive Committee will consist of
      feeder animals will be included except for bred dairy heifers and                  three auction committee directors, the auction committee
      beef replacement heifers. All bred dairy heifers, beef replacement                 president and the fair livestock superintendent. Members’ names
      heifers, rabbits and poultry must place in Group 1 or 2. All beef                  will be posted on the official weigh-in day of the fair. They will
      and sheep must place market ready. All swine must place market                     have the power to make decisions and adjustments on problems
      acceptable. Bred dairy heifers must be within 60 days of calving                   that may arise in connection with the auction.
      to sell. Animals not fit for slaughter will not be sold at the auction       22.   Sellers of sheep, swine and beef cattle sold in the auction must
      as determined by the Junior Auction Executive Committee.                           be on hand in the barns at 3:00 PM on the day of sale to bring
6.    No beef over two and one-half years of age, no dairy heifers over                  your animals to the loading area when called on. Auction checks
      30 months; no yearling sheep or yearling hogs may be sold                          will be distributed after animals have been loaded in the livestock
      through the Junior Livestock Auction.                                              trucks. Members failing to be on hand at the barns may be fined
7.    NEW!! Carcass replacement will take place as follows:                              a $5.00 loading fee before receiving auction checks.
      Beef: Any carcass that quality grades below USDA Select Minus                23.   There will be no reselling of animals during the auction.
      is subject to replacement by the seller. Any carcass that is                 24.   To sell in the auction each and every exhibitor, or their
      classified as a “dark cutter” is subject to replacement by the seller.             parent/leader must contact an auction representative in the
      Swine: Any carcass that grades below USDA No. 3 is subject to                      Livestock Office Thursday between 3:00 and 5:00 PM for every
      replacement by the seller.                                                         market animal to be sold in the auction. Individuals with market
      Sheep: Any carcass that grades below USDA Choice is subject                        beef have 30 minutes after the market beef class on Friday to
      to replacement by the seller.                                                      make contact. Failure to comply with the time schedule will result
      All Species: Any carcass that is condemned for whatever reason                     in a $10 fine (deducted from auction checks) and the Executive
      is subject to replacement by the seller.                                           Committee of the Junior Livestock Auction Committee may
      The auction committee will arrange for the replacement carcass,                    resolve conflicts with the higher placing entry having priority and
      sell the meat from the below-grade carcass, and apply the                          then the heaviest weight within the same group placing. When
      proceeds toward the price of the replacement carcass. The                          two or more species are eligible the larger will sell. A draft
      difference between the cost of the replacement carcass and the                     auction sales list shall be posted on the Livestock Office Saturday
      sale of the below-grade carcass meat will be deducted from the                     morning.
      seller’s check.                                                              25.   All sheep and beef owners or representatives will present their
8.    All sale animals will be officially weighed at the fairgrounds on                  sale sheep and steers for branding on Saturday from 3:00 to 4:00
      Wednesday of fair week.                                                            PM. Failure to present the animal at this time will result in a
9.    Each individual is restricted to selling one sales lot.                            $10.00 branding fee and the sheep/beef will be branded on
10.   The judges for market classes in beef, sheep, swine, bred dairy                    Sunday morning at 7:00 AM.
      heifers, beef replacement heifers, rabbits and poultry will                  26.   Auction buyers are encouraged to pay for purchases on the day
      determine a Siskiyou County Sale Order Grand Champion and                          of the auction. After 60 days following the auction, 2% compound
      Reserve Grand Champion from among animals eligible to sell.                        interest will be charged on the outstanding bill. If the bill is not
11.   NEW!! All Grand Champion and Reserve Champion beef, sheep,                         paid by December 31st of the auction year, the debt will continue
      swine, rabbits, poultry, bred dairy heifers and bred beef heifers                  with interest and the buyer will be prohibited from participating at
      must sell.                                                                         the auction indefinitely unless otherwise noted by the 10th District
12.   The sales listed for the auction will be made as follows: The                      Junior Livestock Auction Committee.
      judge will determine the Grand Champion and Reserve Grand                    27.   A Junior Livestock Auction Committee member will be on hand in
      Champion Market Animals from among the eligible animals in                         the Livestock Office from close of sale to shipment of animals to
      each of the beef, sheep, swine, rabbits, poultry, bred dairy heifer                handle auction shipping and questions.
      and beef replacement heifer divisions. They will be sold first,              28.   NEW!! Decoration of sale animals is allowed only if animals are
      when that species is sold, other beef, sheep and swine will be                     cleaned of all decorations immediately after the sale. Absolutely
      sold by random drawing within group placing. All other species                     NO glitter or oily substance of any kind is allowed! Animals not
      will be sold in random order. Rabbit and poultry sellers will be                   clean and dry of all decorations will not be loaded.
      responsible for butchering, dressing and delivering the fryers to
      buyers.                                                                      2007 JUNIOR LIVESTOCK AUCTION ORDER OF SALE –
13.   All beef, sheep and swine will be slaughtered at the plant                              o Bred Dairy Heifers
      designated by the Junior Livestock Auction Committee. None will                         o Market Beef Steers
      be held at the fairgrounds for personal slaughter or shipped to
                                                                                              o Bred Beef Replacement Heifers
      another plant.
14.   The owners of all animals that go through the sale ring and are                         o Meat Pen of Rabbits
      sold must clear through the finance office and pay the various                          o Market Hogs
      fees required regardless of who buys the animals.                                       o Meat Pen of Chickens
15.   Certain deductions will be made from the income of sale animals                         o Market Lambs
      in order to defray expenses of the sale. For all species, 6% is
      deducted and goes to the Junior Livestock Auction Account. In

                                                           Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
                                                                          over-grown. Monstrosities will not be considered for premium
          PRIMARY AGRICULTURE                                             awards.
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ENTRIES CLOSE:               JULY 20                                      DIVISION 400 - FRUIT & POD VEGETABLES
ENTRY FEES:                  No entry fee                                                            Plate Display
                                      th                                  Class
EXHIBITS RECEIVED:           August 7 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
EXHIBIT JUDGED:                       th
                             August 8 at 8:00 AM                            1.     Beans - 10 pods
EXHIBITS RELEASED:                       h
                             August 12 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM                   2.     Peppers, bell – 5
                                         th
                             August 13 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM                   3.     Tomatoes, miniature – 10
TYPE OF JUDGING:             Danish                                         4.     Tomatoes, regular or market – 5
                                                                            5.     All others not listed, specify
LIMIT:                       One entry per exhibitor per class.
RESTRICTIONS:                Limited to ages 5 to 8. Junior
                             notes apply.                                 DIVISION 401 - LEAFY & STEM VEGETABLES
AWARDS:                      Sticker Ribbons.                                                        Plate Display
                                                                          Class
                                                                            1.     Cabbage - 1 head
DIVISION 393 - GROWN VEGETABLES                                             2.     Corn – 5 ears (un-shucked)
Class                                                                       3.     All others not listed, specify
 1.     Large Size (pumpkin, squash, cabbage, etc.)
 2.     Small Size (potato, carrot, pepper, beet, etc.)                   DIVISION 402 - ROOT, BULB & TUBER
 3.     All others not listed, specify
                                                                                         VEGETABLES
                                                                                                     Plate Display
DIVISION 394 - DECORATED VEGETABLES                                       Class
Class                                                                       1.     Beets – 1 bunch
 1.     Large Size (pumpkin, squash, cabbage, etc.)                         2.     Carrots – 1 bunch
 2.     Small Size (potato, carrot, pepper, beet, etc.)                     3.     Onions – 5 (unpeeled)
 3.     All others not listed, specify                                      4.     Potatoes – 5
                                                                            5.     All others not listed, specify

           JUNIOR AGRICULTURE                                             DIVISION 403 - VINE CROPS
                                                                                     1 large variety, 3 small variety – specify type
                                                                          Class
NOTE: The type of entry for exhibit will be the uniform
                                                                            1.     Cucumbers, pickling – 3
commercial grade. The number of vegetables to exhibit and
                                                                            2.     Cucumbers, slicing – 3
manner of exhibiting are described in “How to Prepare
                                                                            3.     Squash, bakers – 1
Vegetables for 4-H Exhibits” issued by the Agricultural
                                                                            4.     Squash, other table – 3
Extension Service, University of California. The scorecard that
                                                                            5.     Squash, zucchini – 3
may be used for judging is in this leaflet. Variety of products
                                                                            6.     All others not listed, specify
must be adequately and correctly labeled. Entries MUST be
presented on a paper plate with correct amount of specimens
or entry will be disqualified.                                            DIVISION 404 - DECORATED VEGETABLES
                                                                          Class
                                   TH                                       1.     Large Size (pumpkin, squash, cabbage, etc.)
ENTRIES CLOSE:            JULY 20
                                                                            2.     Small Size (potato, carrot, pepper, beet, etc.)
ENTRY FEES:               No entry fee
                                   th
EXHIBITS RECEIVED:        August 7 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
                                   th
EXHIBITS JUDGED:          August 8 at 8:00 AM
EXHIBITS                              th
                          August 12 at 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM                     PRIMARY CLOTHING & TEXTILES
                                      th
RELEASED:                 August 13 at 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
                                                                                                                    TH
TYPE OF JUDGING:          Danish                                          ENTRIES CLOSE:                 JULY 13
LIMIT:                    Two entries per exhibitor per class.            ENTRY FEES:                    No entry fee
                                                                                                                  th
RESTRICTIONS:             Open to all Qualified Juniors ages 9            EXHIBITS RECEIVED:             August 4 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
                          to 19.                                                                                  th
                                                                          EXHIBIT JUDGED:                August 5 at 9:00 AM
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                                                                          EXHIBITS RELEASED:             August 12 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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Premiums Offered Per Class                                                                               August 13 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
     st        nd         rd
   1         2          3                                                 TYPE OF JUDGING:               Danish
 $3.00      $2.25     $1.50                                               LIMIT:                         One entry per exhibitor per class.
A Best of Show Rosette will be awarded.                                   RESTRICTIONS:                  Limited to Ages 5 to 8. Junior
                                                                                                         notes apply.
                                                                          AWARDS:                        Sticker Ribbons.
              VEGETABLE DIVISIONS
NOTE: Unless otherwise stated, the type of vegetable desired              DIVISION 412 - SEWING
for exhibit will be the uniform commercial grade rather than              Class
                                                                            1.     Wearable Items
                                                                            2.     Non-Wearable Items

                                                  Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
      JUNIOR CLOTHING & TEXTILES                                           DIVISION 422 - HANDMADE & MACHINE SEWN
                                                                                          ITEMS
NOTE: All entries shall have been completed since the                      Class
previous year’s fair.                                                         1.    Album Cover
The Danish System of Judging is based upon established                        2.    Album Cover, Machine Sewn
standards of quality for each type of product. In this system                 3.    Christmas Decorations
each exhibit is judged according to how well it meets that                    4.    Costume
standard rather than how it compares with other exhibits. In all              5.    Pillow
Junior Departments using the Danish System; the judge shall                   6.    Pillow, Machine Sewn
use the following guidelines:                                                 7.    Purses
                Judging Scale for Danish System
                                                                              8.    Purses, Machine Sewn
   Group            Quality           Score            Ribbon
 Acceptable
                                                                              9.    Quilt
     1st           Superior          92-100%           Blue                  10.    Soft Boxes
    2nd             Good             84-91%            Red                   11.    Soft Boxes, Machine Sewn
     3rd           Average           70-83%            White                 12.    Stuffed Animals
   Group                                                                     13.    Stuffed Animals, Machine Sewn
 Undesirable                                                                 14.    Tote Bag
     4th             Poor            69%-Less        No Ribbon               15.    Tote Bag, Machine Sewn
                                                                             16.    Wind Sock
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ENTRIES CLOSE:              JULY 13                                          17.    All others not listed, specify
ENTRY FEES:                 No entry fee
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EXHIBITS RECEIVED:          August 4 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
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EXHIBITS JUDGED:            August 5 at 9:00 AM
EXHIBITS                                th
                            August 12 at 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
                                                                                    JUNIOR HOME FURNISHING
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RELEASED:                   August 13 at 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
TYPE OF JUDGING:            Danish                                         NOTE: All 4-H entries in this division must have been made by
LIMITS:                     Two entries per exhibitor per class.           the exhibitor in accordance with the 4-H Club Home
                                                                           Economics Programs. All articles must have been made within
RESTRICTIONS:               Open to all Qualified Juniors ages 9
                                                                           one year of the opening date of the fair. No exhibitor may
                            to 19.
                                                                           enter more than one division.

Premiums Offered Per Class                                                 ENTRIES CLOSE:              JULY 13
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     st         nd         rd
   1          2          3                                                 ENTRY FEES:                 No entry fee
 $3.00       $2.25     $1.50                                               EXHIBITS RECEIVED:                   th
                                                                                                       August 4 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
A Best of Show Rosette will be awarded to the following                    EXHIBITS JUDGED:                     th
                                                                                                       August 5 9:00 AM
categories: Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced                           EXHIBITS RELEASED:                      th
                                                                                                       August 12 at 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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                                                                                                       August 13 at 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
DIVISION 418 - BEGINNING                                                   TYPE OF JUDGING:            Danish
                            Ages 9 to 10                                   LIMITS:                     One entry per exhibitor per class.
Class
                                                                           RESTRICTIONS:               Open to all Qualified Juniors ages
 1.     Coordinated Outfit (more than 2 pieces)
                                                                                                       9 to 19.
 2.     Two Piece Outfit
 3.     Wearable or Single Clothing Item
                                                                           Premiums Offered Per Class
                                                                                st         nd         rd
DIVISION 419 - INTERMEDIATE                                                   1          2          3
                           Ages 11 to 14                                    $3.00       $2.25     $1.50
Class                                                                      A Best of Show Rosette will be awarded to the following
 1.     Coordinated Outfit (more than 2 pieces)                            categories: Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced.
 2.     Two Piece Outfit
 3.     Wearable or Single Clothing Item                                   DIVISION 428 - BEGINNING
                                                                                                    Ages 9 to 10
DIVISION 420 - ADVANCED                                                    Class
                           Ages 15 to 19                                     1.     Bedroom Furniture
Class                                                                        2.     Kitchen Accessories
 1.     Coordinated Outfit (more than 2 pieces)                              3.     Picture or Wall Hanging
 2.     Formal                                                               4.     Pillow or Cushion
 3.     Two Piece Outfit
 4.     Wearable or Single Clothing Item                                   DIVISION 429 - INTERMEDIATE
                                                                                                    Ages 11 to 14
DIVISION 421 - WEARABLE NEEDLEWORK                                         Class
                Knitting, Crochet or Embroidery                              1.     Bedroom Furniture
Class                                                                        2.     Kitchen Accessories
 1.     Single Item                                                          3.     Picture or Wall Hanging
 2.     Two Piece Outfit                                                     4.     Pillow or Cushion

                                                   Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
                                                                          DIVISION 436 – BAKED FOODS
DIVISION 430 - ADVANCED                                                   Class
                          Ages 15 to 19                                     1.     Bar Cookies, any kind
Class                                                                       2.     Breads, any kind
 1.      Bedroom Furniture                                                  3.     Cookies, any kind
 2.      Kitchen Accessories                                                4.     Muffins or Cupcakes
 3.      Picture or Wall Hanging                                            5.     All others not listed, specify
 4.      Pillow or Cushion


                                                                                      JUNIOR BAKED GOODS
                SPECIAL CONTEST
                    COOKIES                                               NOTE: All 4-H entries in this division must have been
                                                                          prepared by the exhibitor in accordance with the 4-H Club
                                            TH                            Home Economics Programs. Exhibitor may make entries only
ENTRIES CLOSE:               AUGUST 9 3:00 PM                             in the unit which they either are currently enrolled or were
ENTRY FEES:                  No entry fee                                 enrolled during the immediate preceding 4-H year, but not
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EXHIBITS RECEIVED:            August 9 from 2:00 – 3:00 PM                both. A non 4-H member may enter only one division he/she
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EXHIBIT JUDGED:              August 9 3:15 PM                             desires, but in succeeding years may not enter a division lower
EXHIBITS RELEASED:           Immediately following judging                that the one he/she entered on a preceding year.
TYPE OF JUDGING:             American                                     Foods MUST be presented on a paper plate inside a zip lock
LIMIT:                       One entry per exhibiter per contest          bag (except for cakes). No entries will be accepted that
                                                                          require refrigeration.
Guidelines:                                                               Minimum quantities: Be sure to exhibit amount of product
1. This is a fun community-based competition. Exhibits will               stated. Muffins, biscuits, rolls, cookies and candies – ½ dozen.
    be judged by guest judges, not professional food judges.              Cakes - ½ cake plus one slice. Bread – ½ loaf plus one slice.
2. Pre-entry is encouraged but not required. Entry forms can
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    be obtained through the fair office and the Home Arts                 ENTRIES CLOSE:                 JULY 13
    Building during the fair.                                             ENTRY FEES:                    No entry fee
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3. Items must be brought to the Home Arts Building between                EXHIBITS RECEIVED:             August 7 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
                                                                                                                  th
    2 and 3 PM.                                                           EXHIBITS JUDGED:               August 8 at 8:00 AM
4. All judging is open to the public.                                                                                th
                                                                          EXHIBITS RELEASED:             August 12 at 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
5. Entry in this department does not entitle exhibitor free fair                                                     th
                                                                                                         August 13 at 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
    admission.                                                            TYPE OF JUDGING:               Danish
6. Judging will be based on taste and appearance.                         LIMITS:                        One entry per exhibitor per class.
7. There will be no cash awards, ribbons only.                            RESTRICTIONS:                  Open to all Qualified Juniors ages
                                                                                                         9 to 19.
DIVISION 435 - SPECIAL CONTEST
               COOKIES                                                    Premiums Offered Per Class
Class                                                                          st        nd         rd
                     th                                                      1         2          3
Thursday, August 9 - Chocolate Chip Cookies
                                                                           $3.00      $2.25     $1.50
                     (minimum 6 cookies)
                                                                          A Best of Show Rosette will be awarded.
 1.     Primary (ages 5 to 8)
 2.     Beginner (ages 9 to 10)                                           DIVISION 443 - BEGINNING
 3.     Intermediate (ages 11 to 14)                                                                  Ages 9 to 10
 4.     Advanced (ages 15 to 19)                                          Class
                                                                            1.     Bread (made in a Bread Machine)
                                                                            2.     Cakes
                                                                            3.     “Cookies in a Jar”: Exhibit jar of dry ingredients,
           PRIMARY BAKED FOODS                                                     instructions and sample of finished product.
                                                                            4.     Drop Cookies, other than class 3 in this division
ENTRIES CLOSE:               JULY 13
                                       TH                                   5.     Muffins/Cupcakes
ENTRY FEES:                  No entry fee                                   6.     Quick Bread
EXHIBITS RECEIVED:                    th
                             August 7 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM                    7.     Trail Mix or Granola: Enter in sandwich bags
                                      th
EXHIBIT JUDGED:              August 8 at 8:00 AM
EXHIBITS RELEASED:                       th
                             August 12 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM                 DIVISION 444 - INTERMEDIATE
                                         th
                             August 13 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM                                            Ages 11 to 14
                                                                          Class
TYPE OF JUDGING:             Danish
                                                                            1.                           Bar Cookies
LIMIT:                       One entry per exhibitor per class.             2.                Bread (made in a Bread Machine)
RESTRICTIONS:                Limited to ages 5 to 8. Junior                 3.                               Cakes
                             notes apply.                                   4.         “Cookies in a Jar”: Exhibit jar of dry ingredients,
AWARDS:                      Sticker Ribbons.                                            instructions and sample of finished product.
                                                                            5.                         Muffins/Cupcakes

                                                  Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
  6.                          Quick Bread                                                                                th
                                                                               EXHIBIT JUDGED:                August 8 at 8:00 AM
  7.       Rolled or Shaped Cookies, other than class 4 in this                EXHIBITS RELEASED:                        th
                                                                                                              August 12 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
                                 division                                                                                th
                                                                                                              August 13 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
  8.       Yeast Bread or Rolls (not made in a Bread Machine)                  TYPE OF JUDGING:               Danish
                                                                               LIMIT:                         One entry per exhibitor per class.
DIVISION 445 - ADVANCED                                                        RESTRICTIONS:                  Limited to ages 5 to 8. Junior
                            Ages 15 to 19                                                                     notes apply.
Class
                                                                               AWARDS:                        Sticker Ribbons.
  1.     Bread (made in a Bread Machine)
  2.     Cakes
  3.     Four-Inch Fruit Tart                                                  DIVISION 452 - PRESERVED FOODS
  4.     “Meal in a Basket”: All foods for a complete meal must                Class
         include at least two home-baked items. Appropriate for                  1.     Jams and Jellies
         house warming gift.                                                     2.     All others not listed, specify
  5.     Rolled or Shaped Cookies
  6.     Yeast Bread or Rolls (not made in a Bread Machine)
  7.     Nutrition Education Poster, 22” X 28”                                         JUNIOR PRESERVED FOODS
DIVISION 446 - OTHER                                                                               DONATED AWARDS
NOTE: A mix of styrofoam or cardboard form may be used,
provided the shape is one that could reasonable be achieved                     Jarden Home Brands *** Youth Food Preservation Awards (see below
through baking.                                                                                        for further details)
Class
  1.     Decorated Cake                                                        NOTE: All entries in these divisions must be home-prepared
  2.     Any other decorated item (such as sugar molds,                        and canned or packaged by the exhibitor within one year of the
         gingerbread house, etc.)                                              opening date of the fair. Items that have been shown at
  3.     Candy (plain and decorated).                                          previous fairs are not eligible. All products being considered
                                                                               for cash awards, which have not otherwise been eliminated
                    THEME DIVISIONS                                            from consideration, will be opened.
                                                                               Standard Jar – a container specifically or specially designed for
TYPE OF JUDGING:                American                                       canning purposes.
                                                                               No paraffin seals. All canning must be in sealed jars.
                                                                               Non-Acid Foods – all vegetables, meats, poultry and fish must
Premiums Offered Per Class (Divisions 447 & 448 ONLY)                          be canned under pressure. Low acid fruits, such as figs,
     st        nd        rd
   1         2         3                                                       should be made more acidic by adding lemon juice, as directed
  $12        $9        $6                                                      in the University Agricultural extension service leaflet, “Home
                                                                               Canning of Fruits”. Tomatoes and fruits (not including their
DIVISION 447 - THEME BASKETS                                                   juices) must be processed in a boiling water bath or pressure
NOTE: Theme Baskets are to include at least 2 home                             canner.
preserved items and 2 home baked items, with the proper                        Exhibitors should loosen rings (not lids) on jars that might be
service and label denoting your theme.                                         opened. Jars will be disqualified if they cannot be opened with
Maximum size for basket is 24” X 24” X 24”.                                    reasonable effort.
Exhibitor can choose their own theme. Example: “Tea Time”;                     All exhibits must be accurately labeled: (1) contents, (2) date
jars of home made jelly, jam, lemon curd, scones or muffins,                   of processing (3) process used. Put label on top or side of jar.
tea bread, tea cups or mugs, teas and napkins.                                 Be sure to exhibit amount of product stated: pint, one-half loaf,
                                                                               etc.
Class                                                                          Preserved foods will be displayed in the Ag-Hort Building.
  1.     Theme Basket (state theme on entry form)
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                                                                               ENTRIES CLOSE:                 JULY 13
DIVISION 448 - TABLE SETTINGS                                                  ENTRY FEES:                    No entry fee
NOTE: Entries are limited to space available; only 2 place settings per                                                th
                                                                               EXHIBITS RECEIVED:             August 7 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
entry. The fair will supply tables.                                                                                    th
                                                                               EXHIBIT JUDGED:                August 8 at 8:00 AM
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Class
                                                                               EXHIBITS RELEASED:             August 12 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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  1.     “Hometown Pride Shared County Wide”                                                                  August 13 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
  2.     “Lunch with Friends”                                                  TYPE OF JUDGING:               Danish
  3.     “Poolside Party”                                                      LIMIT:                         One entry per exhibitor per class.
  4.     “Season’s Beauty”                                                     RESTRICTIONS:                  Open to all Qualified Juniors ages
                                                                                                              9 to 17.
        PRIMARY PRESERVED FOODS                                                Premiums Offered Per Class
                                                                                    st        nd         rd
                                          TH
                                                                                  1         2          3
ENTRIES CLOSE:                  JULY 13                                         $3.00      $2.25     $1.50
ENTRY FEES:                     No entry fee                                   A Best of Show Rosette will be awarded.
                                         th
EXHIBITS RECEIVED:              August 7 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM

                                                       Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
Ball® “Bring Out Your Best” – Youth Food Preservation Awards
Presented by: Ball® & Kerr® Home Canning                                                       VO-ED DEPARTMENT
To promote the art of home canning, and to honor youths who excel at
the art of home canning, Ball® & Kerr® Home Canning is offering First          NOTE: This division is open to all juniors. For those 4-H
Place Youth Award categories.
                                                                               members entering, the 4-H entries must have been made by
Judges will select the best entry submitted by a yputh in Fruit,
Vegetable, Pickle and Soft Spread categories canned in Ball® Jars              the exhibitor in connection with the 4-H woodworking and
sealed with Ball® Bands with Dome® Lids or Ball® Collection                    welding program and must meet 4-H Club requirements.
EliteDecorative Bands with Dome® Lids, or canned in Kerr® Jars                Articles must have been made within one year of the opening
sealed with Kerr® Bands with Self-Sealing® Lids or Ball® Collection            day of the fair. No articles may be entered in more than one
Elite Decorative Bands with Dome® Lids. In addition, soft spreads             class.
entries will be limited to those prepared using one of the Ball® Fruit         The Danish system of judging is based upon established
Jell® Pectins: Regular; No Sugar Needed; Liquid; with pectin proof of          standards of quality for each type or product. In this system
purchase provided at time of entry.                                            each exhibit is judged according to how well it meets that
The best entry from each category will receive the following: Two (2)
                                                                               standard rather than how it compares with other exhibits. In all
Five Dollar Coupons ($5.00) for Ball® or Kerr® Home Canning
Products. Ball® Home Canning (Jarden Home Brands) will ship                    Junior Departments using the Danish System, the judges shall
awards directly to each winner’s address.                                      use the following guidelines:

                                                                                                  Judging Scale for Danish System
DIVISION 453 - CANNED FRUITS OR JUICES                                             Group              Quality           Score            Ribbon
                 Glass containers: one quart or pint                             Acceptable
Class                                                                                1st             Superior          92-100%            Blue
  1.      Apples                                                                    2nd               Good             84-91%             Red
  2.      Apricots                                                                  3rd              Average           70-83%             White
  3.      Berries                                                                  Group
  4.      Peaches                                                               Unacceptable
  5.      All others not listed, specify                                            4th                Poor            69%-Less        No Ribbon

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DIVISION 454 - JAMS & MARMALADES                                               ENTRIES CLOSE:                   JULY 13
                No paraffin seals. ½ pint or pint jars                         ENTRY FEES:                      No entry fee
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Class                                                                          EXHIBITS RECEIVED:               August 4 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
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  1.      Apricot                                                              EXHIBIT JUDGED:                  August 5 8:00 AM
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  2.      Blackberry                                                           EXHIBITS RELEASED:               August 12 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
                                                                                                                            th
  3.      Plum                                                                                                  August 13 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
  4.      All others not listed, specify                                       TYPE OF JUDGING:                 Danish
                                                                               LIMIT:                           Three different exhibits, one per
DIVISION 455 - JELLIES                                                                                          class, each to be listed separately
       Standard 7 or 8 oz. jelly glasses or 7 to 12 oz jelly jars.                                              by name on the entry form.
                         No paraffin seals                                     RESTRICTIONS:                    Open to all Qualified Juniors ages
Class                                                                                                           9 to 19.
  1.      Blackberry
  2.      All others not listed, specify
                                                                               Premiums Offered Per Class
                                                                                    st        nd         rd
                                                                                  1         2          3
DIVISION 456 - CANNED VEGETABLES                                                $3.00      $2.25     $1.50
            Glass containers in regular quart or pint jars
Class                                                                          A Best of Show Rosette will be awarded.
  1.      Carrots
  2.      Squash                                                               DIVISION 463 - WOODWORKING
  3.      Tomatoes, stewed                                                                        Small Articles for Table or Wall
  4.      All others not listed, specify                                       Class
                                                                                 1.     Animals or Figurine, other than wood-carving
DIVISION 457 - PICKLES & RELISHES                                                2.     Birdhouse
                                                                                 3.     Bread Box
            Glass containers in regular quart or pint jars
Class                                                                            4.     Candle Holders, other than lathe work
  1.      Beans, dill                                                            5.     Cutting Board
  2.      Beets                                                                  6.     Shelves, any type
  3.      Bread and Butter                                                       7.     Table Lamps, other than lathe work
  4.      Cucumber                                                               8.     Wood Clock
  5.      Tomato Relish, green                                                   9.     All others not listed, specify
  6.      All others not listed, specify                                                       Large Articles to stand on Floor
                                                                                               (you must specify size of entry)
                                                                                 10.    Chests
                                                                                 11.    Furniture
                                                                                 12.    All others not listed, specify
                                                                                                     Wood Lathe Turning
                                                                                 13.    Bowls
                                                                                 14.    Candle Holders

                                                       Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
 15.     Lamps                                                                   their ability and will be judged on the neatness and the artistry
 16.     All others not listed, specify                                          of the exhibit. Junior paintings and drawings that are framed
                                                                                 must be wired for hanging. No duct tape and string hanging
DIVISION 464 - INDUSTRIAL ARTS                                                   devices. Artwork that is only matted should not have hangers
                            Metals                                               or wires. All prints are to be no larger than 11”X14” (this is the
                 (you must specify size of entry)                                portion of the photo showing). Exhibits will be accepted during
Class                                                                            the posted day and time only.
  1.     Casting Projects                                                        State age of child on entry form.
  2.     Machine Projects (lathe, milling machine)
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  3.     Sheet Metal Projects                                                    ENTRIES CLOSE:                 JULY 13
  4.     Wrought Iron Décor Projects                                             ENTRY FEES:                    No entry fee
  5.     All others not listed, specify                                          EXHIBITS RECEIVED:                       th
                                                                                                                August 4 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
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                                                                                 EXHIBIT JUDGED:                August 5 at 8:00 AM
DIVISION 465 - MECHANICAL DRAWING                                                EXHIBITS RELEASED:                          th
                                                                                                                August 12 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Class                                                                                                                        th
                                                                                                                August 13 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
  1.     Mechanical Drawing Plates                                               TYPE OF JUDGING:               American
  2.     Architectural Drawing Plates                                            LIMIT:                         One entry per exhibitor per class.
                                                                                 RESTRICTIONS:                  Limited to Siskiyou, Shasta,
DIVISION 466 – Small Engines                                                                                    Modoc and Trinity Counties. Age
Class                                                                                                           9 to 17 (except where stated
  1.     Educational Display (by group or individual)                                                           otherwise).
  2.     Rebuilt Engines (by group or individual)

                                                                                 Premiums Offered Per Class
                                                                                      st          nd         rd
                                                                                    1           2          3
               PRIMARY FINE ARTS                                                  $3.00        $2.25     $1.50
                                                                                 A Best of Show Rosette will be awarded as well as a Best
                                           TH                                    Overall in Divisions 476-484 (Age 9-11, Age 12-15 and Age
ENTRIES CLOSE:                   JULY 13
ENTRY FEES:                      No entry fee                                    16-19).
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EXHIBITS RECEIVED:               August 4 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
EXHIBIT JUDGED:                           th
                                 August 5 at 8:00 AM                             DIVISION 476 - OIL & ACRYLIC
EXHIBITS RELEASED:                           th
                                 August 12 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM                    Class
                                             th                                    1.     Painting                        Age 9 to 11
                                 August 13 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
                                                                                   2.     Painting                        Age 12 to 15
TYPE OF JUDGING:                 American
                                                                                   3.     Painting                        Age 16 to 19
LIMIT:                           One entry per exhibitor per class.
RESTRICTIONS:                    Limited to ages 5 to 8. Junior
                                 notes apply.                                    DIVISION 477 - WATER COLOR OR TEMPERA
                                                                                 Class
AWARDS:                          Sticker Ribbons.                                                                         Age 9 to 11
                                                                                   1.     Painting
NOTE: All prints are to be no larger than 8.5”X11” (this is the portion            2.     Painting                        Age 12 to 15
of the photo showing).                                                                                                    Age 16 to 19
                                                                                   3.     Painting
DIVISION 470 - MISCELLANEOUS
              See Junior Arts for further descriptions.
                                                                                 DIVISION 478 - DRAWING BLACK & WHITE DRY
Class                                                                            MEDIA
  1.     Drawing, Black and White Dry Media                                                          Pencil, Ink, Charcoal, Felt Pen
  2.     Painting, Oil and Acrylic                                               Class
  3.     Painting, Water Color or Tempera                                          1.     Drawing                         Age 9 to 11
  4.     Painting/Drawing, Mixed Media                                             2.     Drawing                         Age 12 to 15
  5.     Printing, Print Making                                                    3.     Drawing                         Age 16 to 19
  6.     All others not listed, specify
                                                                                 DIVISION 479 - DRAWING COLOR DRY MEDIA
                                                                                             Color Pencil, Ink, Felt Pen, Crayon, Pastel
                                                                                 Class
                 JUNIOR FINE ARTS                                                  1.     Drawing                         Age 9 to 11
                                                                                   2.     Drawing                         Age 12 to 15
NOTE: Each entry in these divisions shall have been made or                        3.     Drawing                         Age 16 to 19
produced by the exhibitor within one year of opening day of the
fair. Entries shall be made on the entry forms provided by the                   DIVISION 480 - PAINTING OR DRAWING MIXED
fair. The signature of an instructor however is not required.
                                                                                                MEDIA
State and Local Rules apply to all entries and scorecards in
                                                                                    Painting or Drawing where more than one material is used.
corresponding Senior or Junior Department Divisions shall be                     Class
used unless otherwise provided in these classes. If an                             1.     Painting/Drawing                Age 9 to 11
exhibitor is entering an item that is pre-cut or pre-stamped, the                  2.     Painting/Drawing                Age 12 to 15
exhibitor should attach a note stating which portion of the item                   3.     Painting/Drawing                Age 16 to 19
they completed. Members should select articles to do within

                                                         Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
                                                                                 TYPE OF JUDGING:            American
DIVISION 481 - PRINT MAKING                                                      LIMIT:                      Two entries per exhibitor per class.
   Graphic Art, Silk-Screen, Block Print, Mono Print, Etching                    RESTRICTIONS:               Limited to Siskiyou, Shasta, Modoc
Class                                                                                                        and Trinity Counties. Age 9 to 17
 1.     Printing                          Age 9 to 11                                                        (except where stated otherwise).
 2.     Printing                          Age 12 to 15
 3.     Printing                          Age 16 to 19
                                                                                 Premiums Offered Per Class
                                                                                      st        nd         rd
                                                                                    1         2          3
DIVISION 482 - ANY OTHER NOT LISTED                                               $3.00      $2.25     $1.50
Class
 1.     All others not listed, specify         Age 9 to 11                       A Best of Show Rosette will be awarded overall.
 2.     All others not listed, specify         Age 12 to 15
 3.     All others not listed, specify         Age 16 to 19                      DIVISION 497 - CERAMICS
                                                                                 Class
                                                                                    1.    Animals & Birds
DIVISION 483 - PAINTING ON ROCK                                                     2.    Boxes: Jewelry, Music, Powder, etc.
Class
                                          Age 9 to 19
                                                                                    3.    Christmas Items
 1.     Painting
                                                                                    4.    Fantasy
                                                                                    5.    Figurines
DIVISION 484 - PAINTING ON WOOD                                                     6.    Flower Pots & Planters or Decorations
Class                                                                               7.    Holiday Items, other than Christmas
 1.     Painting                          Age 9 to 19
                                                                                    8.    Kitchen & Bathroom Accessories
                                                                                    9.    Vases
DIVISION 485 - HIGH SCHOOL ART                                                     10.    All others not listed, specify
               ANY MEDIA
 (Student must be a registered student of any Siskiyou County                    DIVISION 498 - LEATHER CRAFT
              High School, within current year)                                  Class
Class                                                                               1.    Bookmark
 1.     High School Art                                                             2.    Key Fob, Key Chain, Bag Tag
                                                                                    3.    Knife or Hatchet Scabbard
                                                                                    4.    Leather Belt
                                                                                    5.    Leather Coasters (set of 4)
        PRIMARY HOBBY & CRAFTS                                                      6.    Leather Hair Barrette
                                                                                    7.    Leather Key Case, Comb Case
                                          TH                                        8.    Leather Wallet, Coin Purse
ENTRIES CLOSE:                JULY 13
ENTRY FEES:                   No entry fee                                          9.    Watch Band
EXHIBITS RECEIVED:                     th
                              August 4 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM                          10.    All others not listed, specify
                                       th
EXHIBIT JUDGED:               August 5 at 8:00 AM
                                          th                                     DIVISION 499 - MODELS
EXHIBITS RELEASED:            August 12 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM                       Class
                                          th
                              August 13 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM                         1.     Airplanes
TYPE OF JUDGING:              American                                             2.     Antique Cars
LIMIT:                        One entry per exhibitor per class.                   3.     Custom Cars
RESTRICTIONS:                 Limited to ages 5 to 8. Junior                       4.     Rockets
                              notes apply.                                         5.     All others not listed, specify
AWARDS:                       Sticker Ribbons.
                                                                                 DIVISION 500 - PLASTER CRAFT
DIVISION 491 - MISCELLANEOUS                                                     Class
Class                                                                              1.     Animals
 1.     Ceramics                                                                   2.     Birds
 2.     Leather                                                                    3.     Figurines
 3.     Models                                                                     4.     Plaques
 4.     Plaster Craft                                                              5.     All others not listed, specify
 5.     All others not listed, specify
                                                                                 DIVISION 501 - POTTERY
                                                                                 Class
                                                                                   1.     Handmade
        JUNIOR HOBBY & CRAFTS                                                      2.     Wheel Thrown

ENTRIES CLOSE:             JULY 13
                                     TH                                          DIVISION 502 - OTHER CRAFT ITEMS
                                                                                 Class
ENTRY FEES:                No entry fee
                                    th                                             1.     Beadwork
EXHIBITS RECEIVED:         August 4 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
                                    th                                             2.     Christmas Ornaments
EXHIBIT JUDGED:            August 5 at 8:00 AM                                     3.     Dolls
                                       th
EXHIBITS                   August 12 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM                            4.     Handmade Clay Article
                                       th
RELEASED:                  August 13 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM                            5.     Jewelry

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  6.    Mobiles                                                         RESTRICTIONS:            Limited to Siskiyou County Residents.
  7.    Painted – Wood Cut Outs
  8.    Puppets                                                         Class
  9.    Stained Glass                                                     1.     Action
 10.    Wall Decorations, Ready to Hang                                   2.     Animal
 11.    Weaving                                                           3.     Children
 12.    Wire or Metal Sculptures                                          4.     Panoramic (must be 5” x 12”)
                                                                          5.     Scenic
DIVISION 503 - MISCELLANEOUS CRAFTS                                       6.     All others not listed, specify
Class
  1.    Bottle Craft (discarded bottles)
  2.    Candle Craft
                                                                        DIVISION 506 - HOBBY COLLECTIONS
                                                                        Entry forms must specify what collection consists of and amount
  3.    Chenille Art Craft
                                                                                               of space needed.
  4.    Clothes Pin Craft
                                                                        Class
  5.    Decorated Wreath
                                                                          1.     Any collection. Cases to be provided by exhibitor.
  6.    Decoupage Craft
  7.    Dough Art Craft, other
  8.    Fabric Painting                                                 DIVISION 507 - MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS
  9.    Flower Craft                                                     Limit: 4 different exhibits, each to be listed separately by name
 10.    Graphic Computer Art (business cards or personal                                            on entry form.
                                                                        Class
        logos, photo re-productions, brochures, envelopes,
                                                                          1.     Projects Emphasizing Performance and Learning (e.g.
        letterhead, etc. – not drawings)
                                                                                 Bicycle, Child Development, Citizenship, Conservation,
 11.    Holiday Decorations – not an ornament
                                                                                 Marketing, Self-Determination).
 12.    Nature Craft
                                                                          2.     Projects Emphasizing Skills (e.g. Entomology, where a
 13.    Paper Mache Craft
                                                                                 finished product is involved).
 14.    Paper Ribbon Craft
 15.    Pine Cone Craft
 16.    Popsicle/Toothpick Craft
 17.    Recycled Item Craft                                                       PRIMARY FLORICULTURE
 18.    Scrap Booking (Two pages constitute on entry. It is
        recommended that all pages be covered with page                                                        TH
        protectors for display.)                                        ENTRIES CLOSE:               JULY 20
 19.    Shell Craft                                                     ENTRY FEES:                  No entry fee
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 20.    Straw Basket – Decorated                                        EXHIBITS RECEIVED:           August 7 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
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 21.    String Art Craft                                                EXHIBIT JUDGED:              August 8 at 8:00 AM
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 22.    Wood Craft                                                      EXHIBITS RELEASED:           August 12 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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 23.    All others not listed, specify   Age 9 to 11                                                 August 13 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
 24.    All others not listed, specify   Age 12 to 15                   TYPE OF JUDGING:             American
 25.    All others not listed, specify   Age 16 to 19                   LIMIT:                       One entry per exhibitor per class.
                                                                        RESTRICTIONS:                Limited to ages 5 to 8. Junior
DIVISION 504 - PHOTOGRAPHY – NON DIGITAL                                                             notes apply.
NOTE: Prints may be black and white or color and the portion            AWARDS:                      Sticker Ribbons.
of the photo showing is to be a minimum of 5”X7” and not over
11”X14”. Prints are to be matted or mounted, but not framed.
                                                                        DIVISION 512 - FRESH ARRANGEMENTS
Photos may be commercially finished from exhibitor’s own                Class
negative.                                                                 1.     Potted Plant
                                                                          2.     Specimen Cut Flowers (1 stem, 1 flower)
RESTRICTIONS:           Limited to Siskiyou County Residents.             3.     All others not listed, specify (see Divisions 523 and 524
                                                                                 for possibilities)
Class
 1.     Action
                                                                        DIVISION 513 - DRY ARRANGEMENTS
 2.     Animal                                                          Class
 3.     Children                                                          1.     “I Love Color”
 4.     Panoramic (must be 5” x 12”)                                      2.     Any other dried arrangement
 5.     Scenic
 6.     All others not listed, specify

DIVISION 505 - PHOTOGRAPHY – DIGITAL                                                JUNIOR FLORICULTURE
NOTE: Prints may be black and white or color and the portion
of the photo showing is to be a minimum of 5”X7” and not over
                                                                                           DONATED AWARDS
11”X14”. Prints are to be matted or mounted, but not framed.
Photos may be commercially finished from exhibitor’s own                        Best Overall Floral Arrangement – Round Table Pizza
negative.
                                                                        NOTE: All exhibits not in by specified time will not be eligible
                                                                        for premium awards. Items that have placed at previous fairs

                                                Siskiyou Golden Fair – August 8-12, 2007
are not eligible. Exhibits in the Floriculture Department must                6.    Carnations
have been grown by the exhibitor within the county, district or               7.    Coreopsis
community represented by the exhibitor, except the classes for                8.    Daisy
arrangements. Vases are available on a first-come, first-                     9.    Echinacea (Purple Coneflower)
served basis. If furnishing your own containers, please mark                 10.    Hardy Hibiscus
them. The attendants in charge will take every car possible,                 11.    Herbs
but the Association will not be responsible for loss or breakage.            12.    Liatris (Gayfeather)
Floral arrangements are to be contained within a 12” square                  13.    Lavender
area. No real bird nest may be used – artificial only.                       14.    Lily
                                                                             15.    Ornamental Sage (Salvia)
                                   TH                                        16.    Phlox
ENTRIES CLOSE:             JULY 20
ENTRY FEES:                No entry fee                                      17.    Pinks
EXHIBITS RECEIVED:                  th
                           August 7 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM                       18.    Penstemon (Beardstongue)
EXHIBIT JUDGED:                     th                                       19.    Rose – Dark shades
                           August 8 at 8:00 AM
                                       th                                    20.    Rose – Light shades
EXHIBITS                   August 12 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
                                       th                                    21.    Russian Sage (Perovskia)
RELEASED:                  August 13 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
                                                                             22.    Sedum (Stonecrop)
TYPE OF JUDGING:           American                                          23.    Veronica
LIMIT:                     Two entries per exhibitor per class.              24.    Yarrow
RESTRICTIONS:              Limited to Siskiyou, Shasta, Modoc                25.    All others not listed, specify
                           and Trinity Counties. Age 9 to 18
                           (except where stated otherwise).
                                                                           DIVISION 524 - POTTED PLANTS &
Premiums Offered Per Class                                                                ARRANGEMENTS
   1
     st
             2
               nd
                        3
                          rd                                                  Maximum size of 15” unless other arrangements are made
 $3.00      $2.25     $1.50                                                                        ahead of time.
                                                                           Class
A Best of Show Rosette will be awarded.                                       1.       African Violet, blooming
                                                                              2.                Cactus
DIVISION 519 - FRESH ARRANGEMENTS                                             3.                 Fern
                           Age 9 to 11                                        4.     Hanging Basket, Flowering
Class                                                                         5.           Hens & Chickens
 1.     “Bright Ideas”                                                        6.             Mini Gardens
 2.     “Dress-up Dolls”                                                      7.             Spider Plant
 3.     “Summer Sports”                                                       8.              Succulent
                                                                              9.              Terrariums
DIVISION 520 - FRESH ARRANGEMENTS                                            10.     All others not listed, specify
                           Age 12 to 19
Class                                                                      DIVISION 525 - SPECIMEN ANNUAL CUT
 1.     “Fragrance & Food”
 2.     “Inventive & Creative”
                                                                                          FLOWERS
                                                                                                   1 Stem, 1 Flower
 3.     “Playing the Blues (& Purples)”
                                                                                        Cut flowers must have their own foliage.
                                                                           Class
DIVISION 521 - DRY ARRANGEMENTS                                               1.    Amaranthus
                           Age 9 to 11                                        2.    Asters
Class                                                                         3.    Bacheolor Buttons
 1.     “Decorated Circles”                                                   4.    Cooking Herbs
 2.     “Gold Rush Days”                                                      5.    Gladioli
 3.     “Thanksgiving”                                                        6.    Marigold
                                                                              7.    Nasturtium
DIVISION 522 - DRY ARRANGEMENTS                                               8.    Petunias, dark shade
                           Age 12 to 19                                       9.    Petunias, light shade
Class                                                                        10.    Snapdragon
 1.     “Natures Art”                                                        11.    Sunflowers
 2.     “Twigs & Seedheads”                                                  12.    Verbena
 3.     “Welcome Wagon”                                                      13.    Zinnia, all others
                                                                             14.    Zinnia, yellow and orange
DIVISION 523 – SPECIMEN CUT PERENNIAL                                        15.    All others not listed, specify
               FLOWERS & SUB-SHRUBS
           Any number of blooms on 1 cut stem or branch
Class                                                                       PRE-SALE CARNIVAL WRISTBANDS
 1.     Agastache (Hummingbird Mint)                                            $15.00 ($25.00 at fair time)
 2.     Bee Balm (Monarda)
 3.     Black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia)                                        PRE-SALE ADMISSION (PACK OF 5)
 4.     Blanket Flower (Gaillardia)                                               $20.00 (30% savings)
 5.     Butterfly Bush (Buddleia)

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