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					                2009 HURON COUNTY JUNIOR FAIR                                      1:30 p.m.                Winning Demonstrations Presented, FCS Building
                        SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES                                     3:30 p.m.                Family & Consumer Science Miscellaneous & Art As
                                                 Sunday, August 16                 Expression Awards Presentation, FCS Building
8 a.m. - 12 noon        Livestock Exhibit Check-in                                 4:00 p.m.                Beef Market Judging (dairy feeders, beef feeders,
10 a.m. - 1 p.m.        Swine & Sheep Skillathons                                  dairy steers, beef steers/heifers), Doug Wilson Bldg.
10 a.m. - 3 p.m.        Still Exhibit Check-in                                     5:00 p.m.                Meat Goat Show, Judging Pavilion
1:00 p.m.               Beef Exhibitor’s Meeting followed by                                                      Thursday, August 20
                        Beef Skillathon, Doug Wilson Building                      9:00 a.m.                Market Barrow Show, Doug Wilson Building
1:00 p.m.               Market Lamb Weigh-in                                       12:00 noon 4-H Chef Olympics, followed by Foods Project
2:30 p.m.               Market Kid Weigh-in                                                                 Awards Presentation, FCS Building
                                                 Monday, August 17                 1:00 p.m.                Feeder Calves Hip Numbers Adhered for Sale
      a.m.              Dairy Silent Auction Begins                                2:00 p.m.                Dairy Judging Contest, Judging Pavilion
8-9:30 a.m.Floriculture Exhibit Check-in, FCS Building                             4:00 p.m.                “Back to the Farm” Feeder Calf Sale, Doug Wilson
8:00 a.m.               Carcass Steer Weigh-in, Livestock Scales, followed by      Building, Auctioneer - G.A. Pickworth
feeder calves, dairy steers and beef steers/heifers; Beef steers/heifers proceed   5:30 p.m.                Sm. Livestock Sale Champion Pictures, Judging Pav.
to hip height chute                                                                6:00 p.m.                Small Livestock Sale: turkeys, goats, feeder calves,
9:00 a.m.               Rabbit Judging, North End of Judging Pavilion              rabbits, chickens in Judging Pavilion, Auctioneer - G.A. Pickworth
9:00 a.m.               Poultry Skillathons, South End of Judging Pavilion                                          Friday, August 21
9:00 a.m.               Interview Judging Begins (specific times scheduled):       9 a.m.-12 noon           Girl Scout Badge Clinic, Veteran’s Pavilion
                         Photography, Conservation, Veterinary Science, Rope,      9:00 a.m.                Saddle Horse Gymkhana, Weisenberger Arena
                         Bicycles, Leadership & Workforce Readiness in             9:00 a.m.                Jr. Fair/Open Class Dairy Show, Judging Pavilion
                         Miscellaneous Building                                    10:00 a.m.               Livestock Judging Contest, Doug Wilson Building
9:00 a.m.               Crops Placing (exhibitors not present)                     12:00 noonBuy Back Bids on Cattle Deadline (unless arrangements made
9:00 a.m.               Cloverbud Interviews (specific times scheduled),           with Sale Committee)
                        South end of FCS building.                                 1:00 p.m.                Lamb Team Fitting Contest, Doug Wilson Building
9:00 a.m.               Horseless Horse Interviews (specific times scheduled),     4:00 p.m.                Guys & Gals Sheep Lead, Doug Wilson Building
South End of Judging Pavilion                                                      4:00 p.m.                Lg. Livestock Sale Champion Pictures, Judging Pav.
10:00 a.m.              Floriculture Interview Judging (times posted), North       4:30 p.m.                Best Dressed Animal Contest, Doug Wilson Building
End of FCS Building                                                                5:00 p.m.                Showman of Showmen Contest, Doug Wilson Bldg.
11:00 a.m.              Beef Carcass Live Show, Doug Wilson Building                                              Saturday, August 22
12:00 noonHorse Groom & Clean Contest, Verizon Arena                               9:00 a.m.                Large Livestock Sale: beef cattle, dairy , lambs, hogs
1:00 p.m.               Vegetables & Fruits Judging (times posted),                in Judging Pavilion, Auctioneer - G.A. Pickworth
Miscellaneous Building                                                             9:00 a.m.                Saddle Horse Versatility, Weisenberger Arena
5:00 p.m.               Horse King & Queen Crowning, Veteran’s Pavilion            12:00 noon“Back to the Farm” Feeder Calf Payment Deadline
6:00 p.m.               Fashion Review, Judging Pavilion                           2:00 p.m.                Pygmy & Fiber Goat Judging, Judging Pavilion
                               Tuesday, August 18                                  3:00-6:00 p..m.          Horse Skillathon, Horse Barns
8:30 a.m.               School Art Judging, Miscellaneous Building                 4:00 p.m.                Dairy Silent Auction Ends
9:00 a.m.               Saddle Horse Performance, Weisenberger Arena                                               Sunday, August 23
9:00 a.m.               Turkey Judging, North End of Judging Pavilion              8:00 a.m.                Fair Exhibits Released
9:00 a.m.               Interview Judging Begins (specific times scheduled):       12:00 noonFair Exhibit Release Deadline
                         Beginning & Advanced Woodworking, Electricity,
                         Power Equipment, Misc. Self-Determined, Tractors,                            2009 Huron County Junior Fair Board
                         Beginning & Advanced Metalworking, Aerospace              4-H Representatives:
                         Science, Radio Controlled Vehicles & Robotics in                 Maggie Bacon          Kirsten Bumb         Cady Cherry
                         Miscellaneous Building                                           Erin Koehler          Melanie Kreglow      Tori Lewarn
9:00 a.m.               Beef Showmanship Show (beef breeding, dairy                       Kammi Little          Emily Miller         Casey Molesky
feeders, beef feeders, dairy steers, beef steers/heifers), Doug Wilson Building           Caleigh Ott           Kayla Rothgeb        Ben Russell
9:00-11:00 a.m.         Senior & Junior Goat Skillathon, Judging Pavilion                 Brennan Saunders      Jacklyn Scheid       Mary Scheid
12:00 noonWaterfowl and Chicken Judging, Chicken Barn                                     Curtis Watson
1:00 p.m.               Booth Judging, FCS & Miscellaneous Buildings               Bellevue FCCLA:              Nicole Fortney       Samanatha Honaker
5:30 p.m.               Swine Showmanship Show, Doug Wilson Building;              Bellevue FFA:                Kelsey Rine          James Kreglow
followed by Adult Swine Showmanship classes                                        Monroeville FCCLA:           Andrea Blausey*      Jacob Schnee*
6:30 p.m.               Junior Fair King & Queen Contest, Judging Pavilion         Monroeville FFA:             Amanda StangJordan Williams
8:30 p.m.               Junior Fair Square Dance, Judging Pavilion                 New London FCCLA:            Katie Morris*        Seth Moore*
                             Wednesday, August 19                                  New London FFA:              Amber Hart           Amanda Cumberledge
8:00 a.m.               Dairy/Recreation Goat Interviews, Goat Barn                Norwalk FCCLA:               Jennifer Morgan*     Emily McKillips*
9:00 a.m.               Sheep Judging, Doug Wilson Building                        South Central FCCLA:         Derek Sweeting*      Chasity Traxler*
9:00 a.m.               Beef Breeding Judging, Judging Pavilion                    South Central FFA:           Garrett Verberg      Shelby Wheeler
9:00 a.m.               Interview Judging Begins (specific times scheduled):       Western Reserve FCCLA:       Amanda Combs*        Jordan Timbs*
                         Citizenship/International, Family Life, Management,       Western Reserve FFA: Erik Hansberger       Matt Scheerer
                         Equipment, Home Decorating & Design, Health,              Willard FCCLA:               Racheal Pitsinger*   Courtney Norman*
                         Personal Development, Quilting, Furniture &               Willard FFA:                 Brandon Walcher      Sarah Phillips
                         Woodwork Recycling, FCS Building                          EHOVE FCCLA:                 Brad Rospert*        Carlye Hay*
9:00 a.m.               Pet Care Interview Judging (specific times scheduled),     EHOVE FFA:                   Katherine Ball*      Kaitlin Montoney*
South End of Judging Pavilion                                                      Girl Scouts:                 Cassie Taylor        Marcela DeLaCruz
9:00 a.m.               Girl Scout Interview Judging, Miscellaneous Bldg.          Boy Scouts:                  Gerod Rospert*       Robert Gannett*
10:00 a.m.              Meat, Pygmy & Fiber Goat Interviews, Goat Barn             Members at Large:            Kristen Conger       Brittany Covender
11:00 a.m.              Dairy/Recreation Goat Judging, Judging Pavilion                                         Kyle Deppen          Frank Gannett
11:00 a.m.              Saddle Horse Showmanship, Weisenberger Arena                                            Carrie Hinckley      Chris Morgan
1:00 p.m.               Sr. & Int. Dairy Skillathon, Judging Pavilion                                           Nick Nay             Justin Roth
1:30 p.m.               Jr. Dairy Skillathon, Judging Pavilion                     *substitute members          Emily Zeller

       2009 JUNIOR FAIR BOARD ADVISORY COMMITTEE                                       Mike Gastier, Extension Educator, Agriculture & Natural Resources
Ohio State University Extension:                                                       Amy Palm, Office Assistant
      Bonnie Malone, Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development                         Kathy Phillips, Office Administrative Associate
      Deb Angell, Extension Educator, Family & Consumer Sciences                   FCCLA:
      Kris Simpson, Program Assistant, 4-H Youth Development                           Bellevue - LeRose Meadows & Kim Root
       Bellevue Jr. High - Sharon Hill                                      coordinated for the benefit of the total group. Huron County Junior Fair shall
       Monroeville - Debbie Harwood                                         cooperate at all times with the Huron County Agricultural Society.
       New London - Nancy Wallace & Mary Jane Richmond                                                ARTICLE III - Membership
       Norwalk - Renee Batchelor                                            Membership shall be open to any boy or girl, through age 18 as of January 1,
       South Central - Rebecca Whetstone                                    living in Huron County and/or belonging to an organization that participates
       Western Reserve - Naomi Ruth Kidney & Patricia Wilcox                in the Huron County Junior Fair.
       Willard - Karen Myers & Carol Kirkpatrick                                                  ARTICLE IV - Junior Fair Board
FFA:                                                                        Section 1 - Age Restriction
      Bellevue - Rose Hartschuh                                                         Members of the Junior Fair Board must be from fourteen through
      Monroeville - Wayne Weber & Scott Bauer                                           eighteen years of age as of January 1.
      New London - Christina Howard                                         Section 2 - Composition: The Junior Fair Board shall consist of:
      South Central - Sarah Lucha                                           a. Two students from each interested FCCLA Chapter.
      Western Reserve - Libby French                                        b. Two students from each interested FFA Chapter.
      Willard - Richard Benich                                              c. Sixteen 4-H Members.
4-H Family & Consumer Sciences:                                             d. Two members from any other Junior Organization accepted by the Junior
      Kris Simpson            Brandi Simpson          Diane Meyer           Fair Board and exhibiting at the Junior Fair.
      Rita Bishop             Sue Moore               Tia Chase             e. Previous Junior Fair Board members, from any organization, in their final
      Maryellen Hamernik Kimberly Veach               Debbie Chase          year of Junior Fair eligibility, shall serve as Members At Large.
      Kelly Poths             Lisa Robson                                   Section 3 - Officers
                                                                                        The officers of the Huron County Junior Fair Board shall be:
Miscellaneous Outdoor Projects:                                                         President, Vice President and Secretary. Officers shall be elected
      Richard Ruess          Steven Zimmerman      Cyndi Gfell                          by majority vote of the Junior Fair Board membership.
      Collette Kropka        Beth ShaffieldTim Deppen                       a. President
      Alysha Stroup          Sarah Hollinger       Juanita Oney                   1. Shall preside over all sessions.
      James Oney                                                                  2. Shall see that the rules of the organization are enforced.
                                                                                  3. Shall vote only in case of a tie.
Junior Fair Board Advisor: Rita Daniels
                                                                            b. Vice President
FFA Projects: Libby French                                                        1. Shall assume the duties of the President in the President's absence.
                                                                                  2. Shall become President in the event of the removal or resignation of
Vegetables & Fruits: Steven Zimmerman, Tom Tyler & Darlene Tyler
                                                                                  the President.
Crops: Luke Worcester & Jeremy Sherman                                      c. Secretary
                                                                                  1. Shall keep a record of all of the proceedings and business of the
Floriculture: Duane & Leann Palm , Carol Stoneham, Lynden Ramsey &
                                                                                  organization.
Lucas Palm
                                                                                  2. Shall perform any other duties pertaining to the office of the
Cloverbuds: Brandi Simpson & Sarah Martin                                         Secretary.
                                                                            Section 4 - Selection
Dairy: Sarah Lucha & Krista Albright
                                                                                  All organizations eligible to have representatives on the Junior Fair
Goats: Diane Sergalis, John Bentley, Sara Bentley, Bill Ogilvy & Janice           Board shall conduct their own selection procedure.
Strojin                                                                     Section 5 - Tenure
                                                                            a. A Junior Fair Board member's term of service will be for one calendar year,
Beef: Walter Horn, Jr., Richard Benich, Steve Bauer, Linda Daniel &
                                                                            January to January.
Megan Erf (Beef Carcass: John Feichtner)
                                                                            b. Junior Fair Board members may be reappointed by their sponsoring
Sheep: Curly Morris, Hal Dalton, Frank VanDresser, Carol Shade, Melinda     organization for an unlimited number of terms, as long as they are eligible to
Dalton, Steph Wetzel & Curt Linder                                          show in the Junior Fair.
                                                                            c. Members not fulfilling their duties at the Fair shall be ineligible for
Swine: B.J. Kimberlin, Rose Hartschuh, Gary Bumb, Jason Wuensch, &
                                                                            membership the following year. After the fair, superintendents will notify the
Liz Scheid
                                                                            Extension Office of members to be listed as ineligible for the following year.
Rabbits: John Borsick, Mike Wade, Dawn Combs & Robin Good                   d. Any member who receives an unexcused absence for two consecutive
                                                                            meetings shall be dropped from the Junior Fair Board. The organization
Chickens & Waterfowl: Jean Bernard & Mandi Bernard
                                                                            represented by the dismissed member shall appoint a replacement.
Turkeys: Kevin Palm, Mark Hinckley II & Dan Conney                                               ARTICLE V - Advisory Committee
                                                                            Section 1 - Composition
Pet Care: Elaine Conger & Sue Ann Miller
                                                                                  The Junior Fair Board Advisory Committee shall consist of:
Dogs: Megan Erf & Linae Sherck                                                    All County FCCLA advisors; All County FFA advisors; County
                                                                                  Extension Personnel; The County School Superintendent; All Junior
Horses: Cathy Moyer (Assistant Superintendents: Tricia Skinner, Jan
                                                                                  Fair Superintendents; An adult representative from any other Junior
Daniels & Skip Dalton)                                                            Organization exhibiting at the Junior Fair; Two representatives from the
                                                                                  Huron County Agricultural Society.
Showman of Showmen Contest: Scott Bauer & Robyn Rogers
                                                                            Section 2 - Rights & Limitations
Dairy Judging Contest: Huron Co. Dairy Boosters                                   Advisory Committee members may participate in discussions held by
                                                                                  the Junior Fair Board, but may not present motions, vote, or participate
Livestock Judging Contest: Charlie Warthling
                                                                                  in other parliamentary activities. The Advisory Committee may meet
Best Dressed Animal Contest: Pam Hansberger & Charlie Warthling                   together as a group as the need arises.
                                                                                                      ARTICLE VI - Amendments
Senior Fair Board: Larry Lucius
                                                                            This Constitution may be altered or amended by two-thirds vote of a quorum
Livestock Sale Committee: Jeremiah Huffman                                  (50% of Junior Fair Board membership at a regular or special meeting)
                                                                            providing due notice of such proposed alteration or amendment shall have
Girl Scouts: Belinda Terry & Melissa Terry
                                                                            been mailed to all Junior Fair Board and Junior Fair Board Advisory
School Art: John Buss, Willard City Schools                                 Committee members at least one week prior to the meeting. All alterations
                                                                            and amendments to this Constitution must receive final approval of the Huron
         HURON COUNTY JUNIOR FAIR CONSTITUTION
                                                                            County Agricultural Society before taking effect.
                            ARTICLE I - Name
The name of this organization shall be the Huron County Junior Fair.
                                                                                                 RULES AND REGULATIONS
                          ARTICLE II - Purpose
                                                                                                          A. GENERAL
The purpose of this organization shall be to promote the welfare of Huron
                                                                            1.   Any boy or girl who is a member of a 4-H club, FFA chapter, FCCLA
County boys and girls through their exhibits and activities at the Huron
                                                                                 chapter, school art department, school industrial arts department or
County Fair. Wherever possible, activities of Junior exhibitors shall be
                                                                                 Scout group in Huron County is eligible to exhibit in the Junior Fair,
      providing they make their entry through their local school or                        standard poster board, NOT foam board in exhibits.
      organization and have not or will not exhibit the same project/project         5.    A display (anything other than a poster) must be free-standing and cover
      area in any other Junior Fair.                                                       no more than 3' x 2' of table space and be no higher than 28" (rope
2. For a member to achieve the progression of goals needed for                             boards, welding panels and engine boards must be no larger than 24"x
      development, 4-H projects must be separate and different from those                  24").
      carried in other organizations such as FCCLA, FFA, Scouts, Campfire,           6.    Project exhibits which do not follow the exhibit guidelines in the Fair
      Grange and school. (School includes projects made in industrial arts, for            Requirements will receive a grade, but will have their grade dropped
      science fairs, etc.)                                                                 one letter and they will be ineligible for class placings and premiums.
3. All 4-H, FFA, FCCLA, Scout, Industrial Arts and School Art exhibitors             7.    Exhibitors having a conflict with their interview times at the fair should
      in the Junior Fair must enter only exhibits which are a part of their
                                                                                           see the superintendent the day before judging or before judging begins.
      projects in the various organizations and certified by their advisor,
                                                                                           Time blocks may be available prior to and after scheduled interviews to
      teacher, or leader.
                                                                                           accommodate exhibitors with judging conflicts. Judges will not be
4. All entries must be made on special Junior Fair entry cards and returned
                                                                                           asked to remain beyond the end of scheduled judging times to
to Ohio State University Extension, 180 Milan Ave. Suite 1, Norwalk. FFA
                                                                                           accommodate someone who misses their regular scheduled time.
cards are due on or before June 1.Girl Scout Cards are due to Belinda Terry
                                                                                     8.    Only exhibitors who are interviewed by the official judge the day of the
by July 1. 4-H and all other entry cards are due on or before July 20. They
                                                                                           interviews are eligible for placings and premiums. All others will only
must be signed by the respective advisor, teacher, or leader.
                                                                                           receive a grade. Anyone not interviewed, with no prior arrangements,
5.    Any projects not judged through the regular judging process will be                  will have their project judged and the grade dropped one letter.
      ineligible for placings and premiums. This includes absentee judging           9.    Grades awarded will be A, B, or C. Placings awarded will be 1st, 2nd, 3rd
      prior to the fair!
                                                                                           or 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th and Honorable Mention, depending on the project.
6. Members should dress neatly and be well groomed for judging.
                                                                                     10.   All placings will be awarded if projects receive a judging grade of “A”.
      Personal appearance is included in the judging criteria. T-shirts with
                                                                                           Projects receiving “B” and “C” grades may receive placings at judges
      logos and ball caps are not permitted. Shirts advertising beer, cigarettes,
                                                                                           discretion, but do not have to be placed. No “B” or “C” grade may place
      etc. are prohibited.
                                                                                           above an “A” grade.
7. All work on fair projects must be that of the member. Help and
                                                                                     11.   Interview judging will be based on the following: exhibitor’s
      supervision by adults is acceptable, but each member must do their own
                                                                                           knowledge of subject area; exhibitor’s past experience in subject area;
      work. No project for 4-H may be made under the supervision of paid
                                                                                           what exhibitor has learned from project; appearance of exhibit and its
      personnel.
                                                                                           application to the project; and personal appearance of exhibitor.
8. All Junior Fair exhibits enter according to the following schedule:
                                                                                     12.   Placings will be awarded based on the interview and appearance of the
▸All swine projects enter on Sat., Aug. 15 between 8:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon.
                                                                                           exhibit. (Except in floriculture, crops, vegetables and fruits where
▸All other livestock enter on Sun., Aug. 16 between 8:00 a.m. and 12:00
                                                                                           placing is based on appearance as long as the exhibitor receives an
noon
                                                                                           “A”.)
▸All still projects enter on Sun., August 16 between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.
                                                                                     13.   Judges decision is final on all grades and placings.
(Except vegetables and fruits, floriculture, and Cloverbud exhibits which
                                                                                     14.   All exhibits should include the exhibitor's name and the club name.
should be brought, as scheduled, on Monday.)
                                                                                     15.   No guns, live ammunition, bows or arrows may be used in exhibits.
▸Pet project posters, dog posters & Horseless Horse posters are brought to
                                                                                     16.   All projects must have an exhibit on display at the fair all week to be
the Judging Pavilion on Sunday, August 16 between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.
                                                                                           eligible for placings, premiums or awards.
▸Pets do not come to the fair until Wednesday, August 19 at scheduled times.
                                                                                     17.   All left-over projects not picked up from the fair during regular check-
9. Superintendents reserve the right to move or change any exhibit.
                                                                                           out times (8:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon on Sunday, August 23) will be left in
10. All Junior Fair exhibits (sale livestock included) will be released on
                                                                                           the Junior Fair Office for a month after the fair. Projects then become
      Sunday, August 23 between 8:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon.
                                                                                           property of the Jr. Fair Board and will be disposed of at their discretion.
11. Exhibitors shall be limited to one entry in each entry number, except for
                                                                                     18.   Vegetable, Fruit, Floriculture and Crops exhibits must be picked up on
      some exceptions in livestock.
                                                                                           Sunday, during regular pick-up times, or they will be disposed of.
12. Where five or more entries are exhibited in any class or entry number
      not listed, a separate division shall be allowed.
                                                                                                                    C. LIVESTOCK
13. Any Junior Fair exhibitor caught tampering with any exhibit, property
      or fair property will be ineligible for placings, premiums or sales in any     1.    “Chapter 901-19, of the Administrative Code (Ohio’s Livestock
      department (awards won prior to the offense will be stripped). Exhibitor             Exhibition rules) will be made available to a livestock exhibitor or
      will be ineligible for Junior Fair the following year.                               adult advisors, upon request.” - Ohio Department of Agriculture
14. Exhibitors who take their projects home early are ineligible to                        (ODA). Copies may be picked up at the Fair Secretary’s Office or Ohio
      participate in Junior Fair the following year.                                       State University Extension, Huron County Office prior to and during
15. Age divisions are as follows:                                                          the fair, or from the Junior Fair Office during the fair.
      A. If two divisions are used, the age brackets are Senior: ages 14             2.    No exhibitor shall enter an animal in competition in the Junior Fair that
      - 18 as of January 1st and Junior: ages 8 - 13 as of January 1st.                    has not been fully owned, cared for or in the custody of the exhibitor by
      B. If three divisions are used, the age brackets are Senior: ages 15 - 18            May 15, except market beef which is January 1 and market poultry
      as of January 1st, Intermediate: ages 12 - 14 as of January 1 st and Junior:         which is July 1.
      ages 8 - 11 as of January 1st.                                                 3.    Every Junior Fair exhibitor of livestock, except horses, Pygmy goats
      C. In horses, Senior is for ages 16-18 as of January 1st, Intermediate               and breeding rabbits, must have attended a Quality Assurance (QA)
      ages are 13-15 as of January 1st and Junior ages are 8-12 as of Jan. 1st.            training program or passed the Test Out Option to exhibit livestock at
                                                                                           the fair. Anyone not QA certified will be ineligible to exhibit livestock
                            B. STILL PROJECTS                                              at the fair.
1.    Personal appearance will be included as judging criteria for all projects.     4.    All horse exhibitors and a parent/guardian must have completed a safety
      Members need to be well groomed and appropriately dressed for                        and ethics training program (this year or a previous year) and sign a
      judging. T-shirts with logos and ball caps are not permitted. Shirts                 disclosure form (every year) to be eligible to exhibit at the fair.
      advertising beer, cigarettes, etc. are prohibited.                             5.    Exhibitor’s are responsible to care for their livestock from the time it
2.    All 4-H members must bring their completed project book(s) to judging.               enters the fairgrounds until it is picked up on Sunday. Title to livestock
      Members in FCS projects who do not bring their completed books will                  sold in an auction remains vested in the exhibitor until the livestock has
      have their grade dropped 1 letter grade and will be ineligible for                   passed inspection, is released and is accepted by the buyer.
      placing. Members in miscellaneous outdoor projects will be ineligible          6.    All livestock exhibitors must turn in a completed, signed Drug Use
      for placing.                                                                         Notification Form (DUNF), one per animal, when they come to the fair.
3.    All exhibitors, except those in the FFA Department, will be interviewed              DUNF for swine will be collected by the Swine Committee during
      for a grade on each project. Project interviews at the fair will be                  check-in on Saturday, August 15 (one per animal). DUNF will be
      conducted where the project is exhibited.                                            collected by a representative of the Livestock Sale Committee during
4.    All posters are limited to 22" x 28", including any frame. Tri-fold                  vet check at the racetrack on Sunday, August 16 for all cattle, goats
      display boards must be no higher than 28" in height; Exhibits are                    (Pygmies included) and sheep (one per animal). Chicken, turkey,
      limited to one poster per project. Exhibitors are strongly urged to use              waterfowl and meat rabbit DUNF will be collected by superintendents
      before animals are penned, one per animal.                                           mandatory USDA Scrapie Eradication program. Animals must have
7.    The DUNF must be accurate and valid for the day the animal enters the                official identification when entering the fair. Exhibitors will have an
      fairgrounds. Failure to complete a DUNF will make the exhibitor                      information sheet to fill out, listing the exhibitor’s name, address &
      ineligible for competition at the 2009 Huron County Junior Fair. Any                 phone number and the name, address & phone number of the person
      animal not covered by a completed DUNF will not be penned. It will be                from whom the animal was purchased. Forms will be distributed with
      sent home immediately.                                                               DUNF forms. This is for breeding ewes, market lambs, and all goats.
8.    If, after the DUNF is filed, the information on the form regarding drug        25.   Breeding animals show based on their predominate breed
      use changes or if any drug (regardless of any withdrawal time) is                    characteristics.
      subsequently administered, an updated form shall immediately be filed          26.   NO ANIMALS PERMITTED OUT OF THE LIVESTOCK AREA!
      in the Junior Fair Office.                                                     27. All    livestock will enter onto the racetrack and be inspected by a
9.    Chicken & turkey exhibitors must turn in a copy of their hatchery
                                                                                           veterinarian before unloading (except rabbits, chickens, waterfowl and
      papers or Pullorum test papers with their DUNF form.
                                                                                           turkeys which go directly to their barn with their DUNF).
10.   Sheep & goat exhibitors must turn in their scrapie identification form
                                                                                     28.   No large livestock exhibits will be permitted to unload until the slips
      when checking in their livestock.
                                                                                           from the fair vet have been presented to the respective superintendent.
11.   Livestock may be treated for valid medical reasons if the side effect of
                                                                                     29.   All 4-H and FFA projects shown in open class will be charged the
      the therapy does not enhance, conceal, transform or change the true
                                                                                           regular open class fees, including stall rent, but the exhibitor need not
      conformation or condition of the livestock. Tranquilizers and diuretics
                                                                                           purchase a membership ticket.
      for cosmetic purposes may not be used. Any natural occurrence or
                                                                                     30.   Market livestock exhibitors are limited to two beef steers/heifers and/or
      surgical process which results in testicular tissue remaining in the body
                                                                                           beef feeder calves, one beef carcass animal, two dairy beef steers and/or
      of exhibition livestock, except rabbits and poultry, is unacceptable.
                                                                                           dairy feeder calves, two market barrows, three market lambs, two dairy
12.   Sale livestock, excluding feeder calves, must be exhibition drug residue
                                                                                           goat kids, two Boer goat kids, one pen of meat chickens, one tom
      legal by the end of the fair. Feeder calves must be covered by a valid
                                                                                           turkey, and/or one pen of meat rabbits.
      DUNF throughout the fair.
                                                                                     31.   No individual animal may be exhibited in more than one entry number
13.   Misuse of legal drugs (including but not limited to the use of drugs
                                                                                           except horses; a goat also being shown as a pack or harness goat; a beef
      approved for use in humans, but not approved for animal use) and the
                                                                                           heifer being shown as a single beef breeding heifer and in a Cow/Calf
      use of illegal drugs is prohibited.
                                                                                           class; a single market lamb being shown out of a pen of 3; a doe rabbit
14.   The grand and reserve champion market lamb, dairy beef steer, beef
                                                                                           being shown in the doe & litter class. (Showmanship is excluded.)
      steer/heifer, market hog, dairy kid and Boer kid are mandatory terminal
                                                                                     32.   If Junior Fair exhibitors are unable to show any of their livestock
      according to Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) rules. These
                                                                                           exhibits due to a conflict, that exhibit may be shown by another person
      twelve animals will have urine and hair samples collected immediately
                                                                                           who is showing in the Junior Fair, with the exception of showmanship
      after winning. The samples and the carcasses will all be subject to
                                                                                           classes. Under no circumstances is the project to be exhibited by an
      testing and inspection. Exhibitors of these animals must fill out and sign
                                                                                           adult or Cloverbud. (Beef exhibits have special requirements.)
      an additional drug use notification form. These animals will not be
                                                                                     33.   All sale animals must be declared at weigh-in or they will not be
      released for slaughter until results of the tests are received from ODA.
                                                                                           included in the sale. Exhibitors who win a grand or reserve champion(s)
15.   All market barrows are mandatory terminal.
                                                                                           are not permitted to add an additional lot.(All Grand and Reserve
16.   All beef carcass animals must be exhibition drug residue legal at the
                                                                                           Champions are eligible to sell.)
      time of the show and eligible for immediate slaughter.
                                                                                     34.   Animals not meeting sale weights are ineligible for Grand and Reserve
17.   All livestock shall be treated humanely and in accordance with
                                                                                           Champion awards, placings, premiums, and sale, but will be graded.
      acceptable commercial practices so as to protect the health, safety and
                                                                                           These animals, if not sent home, may be shown in showmanship.
      welfare of the livestock.
                                                                                     35.   If an animal is ineligible to show, it is ineligible to sell. If an animal is
18.   All exhibitors shall comply with and abide by the policy statement and
                                                                                           not shown in market class, it cannot sell. Exhibitors must meet
      “code of practices” of the Ohio Livestock Coalition. Copies are
                                                                                           department completion requirements to be eligible to sell.
      available from the Secretary’s Office, Extension Office and Junior Fair
      Office.                                                                        36. All    Grand and Reserve Champion market animals must sell in the
19.   Acceptable practices, which are deemed acceptable to protect and                     appropriate livestock sale, with the exception of feeder calves which
      promote the health, safety and welfare of livestock, are listed in section           have the option to sell.
      901-19-12 of the Ohio Livestock Tampering Exhibition rules.                    37.   If an exhibitor does not cash their livestock sale check before it expires,
20.   Unacceptable practices, which are detrimental to the health, safety, and             $10.00 will be taken out of the check when it is reissued.
      welfare of livestock and are prohibited, are listed in section 901-19-13       38. All livestock must be owned, on feed and under the care of the exhibitor
      of the Ohio Livestock Tampering Exhibition rules.
                                                                                           by May 15. (Except meat chickens by July 1 and market beef by Jan. 1.)
21.   No exhibitor shall enter an animal in the Junior Fair that has been
                                                                                     39.   Veterinarians decision to disqualify livestock, not to allow it to show or
      unethically fitted in any way. Unethical fitting means to alter or change
                                                                                           sell due to health reasons, etc. is final.
      the natural appearance, weight, musculature or conformation of an
                                                                                     40.   Failure to clean livestock pens, clean and feed animals, etc. will be
      animal in an unnatural or artificial manner, including but not limited to,
                                                                                           brought to the attention of Junior Fair superintendents. Superintendents
      the removal of animal tissue or body part, to cut or tear the hide, to
                                                                                           will determine appropriate action. (For example - have grades reduced,
      cover, dye or color the hair or hide, to add artificial tailheads, switches,
                                                                                           premiums withheld, animals sent home, or be denied the opportunity to
      polls, hair, or heels, or to administer, feed, give or inject any substance
                                                                                           show, sell, or exhibit this or the following year.)
      or drug to an animal exhibited, except when medically necessary or
                                                                                     41.   Animals will be weighed once - no re-weighs. (The only exception is
      when the drug used has been approved for such use by the Food and
                                                                                           light weight or heavy weight hogs weighed on Saturday, which are
      Drug Administration (FDA) or United States Department of Agriculture
                                                                                           allowed one reweigh.)
      (USDA). Slick clipping or body shaving of market hogs is prohibited,
                                                                                     42.   Superintendents may send home sick or unruly livestock.
      except on the ears and tails.
                                                                                     43.   Acceptable bedding is straw, wood chips, wood shavings and coarse
22.   The Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) has the right to randomly
                                                                                           saw dust only. NO FINE SAWDUST may be used as bedding.
      collect urine and hair samples from any exhibition livestock.
                                                                                     44.   Animal waste material will be composted in the fairgrounds compost
23.   The exhibitor shall be the absolute insurer of and shall be responsible
                                                                                           area. Twine, wire, trash, etc. must be kept out of the animal waste.
      for the condition of an animal exhibited at the fair, regardless of the acts
                                                                                     45.   Exhibitors must maintain a neat and attractive display. This includes
      of a third party. Should the testing and inspection procedures of the
                                                                                           their animals, pens, tack and feed areas, walkways and between barns.
      Huron County Fair or ODA evidence the presence of a foreign
      substance or any drug not medically necessary for, or not approved for
                                                                                                                     SHOWMANSHIP
      such use by the FDA or USDA, the exhibitor, a member of the
                                                                                     1.    All Junior Fair livestock exhibitors are eligible to participate in
      exhibitor’s immediate family or any other person shown to have had
                                                                                           showmanship classes. (Except rabbits, where exhibitors must qualify
      care, custody or attendance of the animal in any way, at the discretion
                                                                                           for showmanship through the Rabbit Skillathon.)
      of the Huron County Agricultural Society, may be subject to penalties
                                                                                     2.    Exhibitors must fill out a fair entry card to enter showmanship. One
      such as forfeiture of prize money, forfeiture of sale money, or be barred
                                                                                           entry card must be filled out for each showmanship division they are
      from competing at the Huron County Fair for a minimum of three years.
                                                                                           eligible to enter. Entry cards are due in the Extension Office July 20.
24. All sheep and goats exhibited at the fair must be identified as part of the      3.    Exhibitors must move to the next age bracket division the year after
winning a showmanship class, excluding the highest level division. Except in      4.    Classes may be split if necessary.
beef, where exhibitors always show in the proper age bracket.                     5.    Please keep animal safety in mind.
4. There are no limits on the number of years an exhibitor may compete in         6.    The judge’s decision is final.
      showmanship, regardless of if or when the exhibitor has won the             7.    All contestants must be in the ring and prepared by 4:30 p.m.
      highest level class before.
5. Huron County Junior Fair Livestock Showmanship Guidelines, which                                 SHOWMAN OF SHOWMEN CONTEST
      include recommended or required show attire and equipment, are                       Friday, August 21 at 5:00 p.m. in the Doug Wilson Barn
      available from the Extension Office or FFA advisors. They are included                    Superintendents - Scott Bauer & Robyn Rogers
      in the 4-H Livestock Fair Requirements packet. Rabbit and Swine             1.   The highest showmanship division winners of Sheep, Dairy, Goats,
      showmanship attire listed is required, not just recommended.                Chickens and Waterfowl, Turkeys, and Rabbits are eligible to compete in the
6. Contestants must fit their own animals, although they may receive              Showman of Showmen Contest. (One participant per species.)
      assistance (see Beef Department rules for restrictions on who may assist         Contestants must be at least 15 years old.
      a beef exhibitor). Contestants must show their own animals, but may be      2.   Market Beef, Dairy Beef and Swine representatives will be selected
      asked by the judge to show another animal.                                       from showmanship class winners who are 15 years old and above. (One
7. Showmanship is based on: (1)appearance of the animal and equipment                  participant per division.)
      used to show the animal, (2)ability to properly pose the animal,            3.   Dairy Beef and Market Beef will each have a representative in the
      (3)ability to move as directed by the judge, (4)knowledge of the species.        contest. There will not be an additional class, just one additional
8. The oldest showmanship division will be the first class held to allow               contestant in each class.
      younger exhibitors the chance to observe more experienced showmen.          4.   Each contestant will be asked to show each species.
                                                                                  5.   An over-all showman and second & third place will be chosen.
                    SPECIAL LIVESTOCK AWARDS                                      6.   Exhibitors may participate in the contest each year they qualify, but
1.   Special awards will be given to exhibitors with the best kept livestock           after they win the contest, they are ineligible for further competition in
     pens in the Junior Fair.                                                          the Showman of Showmen Contest. They may however, continue to
2. Categories will be Beef (in Doug Wilson Barn), Beef (in Dairy Barn),                compete for individual species awards.
Dairy, Swine, Chickens & Waterfowl and Turkeys.                                   7.   If the first place showmanship winner from a division is unable to, or
3. Superintendents and/or Junior Fair Board members will make                          decides not to participate in the Showman of Showmen Contest, the
     selections.                                                                       second place exhibitor becomes eligible, and so on, as long as they meet
4. Awards are $5.00 cash vouchers to the winning exhibitors.                           the age requirement.
5. Factors to be considered:                                                      8.   Nine animals in each division will be recruited for use in the Showman
     A. Attractiveness of Exhibit (25%); B. Neatness and Cleanliness of                of Showmen Contest.
     Quarters (25%); C. Cleanliness of Livestock (25%); D. Courtesy,              9.   The superintendents and Jr. Fair Board Showman of Showmen
     Sportsmanship & General Behavior of Exhibitor (25%)                               committee run the contest.
                                                                                  10. In case of a tie, the following tie-breaking method will be used: (1)
               UNACCEPTABLE LIVESTOCK EXHIBITS                                         most firsts; (2) most seconds; (3) judges all vote between the two tied.
Superintendents and Junior Fair Board members will post warnings each day         11. Individual scores will not be given out on the day of the competition.
of exhibitors with unacceptable exhibits. An exhibitor may receive 1 warning.          Participants may pick up a summary of their scores the following day
When a second citation is issued, the animal is sent home, premiums and                from the superintendents or thereafter from the Extension Office.
awards are stripped, and the animal is ineligible for sale. See Swine
Department rules for specifics on market barrows, since they are terminal and                   “BACK TO THE FARM” FEEDER CALF SALE
may not be sent home. Superintendent's decision is final.                                 Thursday, August 20 at 4:00 p.m. in the Doug Wilson Barn
                                                                                                   Livestock Sale Committee will conduct sale.
                      DAIRY JUDGING CONTEST                                               All animals will enter the sale ring from lightest to heaviest.
          Thursday, August 20 at 2:00 p.m. in Judging Pavilion                    If an animal is ineligible to show, it is ineligible to sell. If animal is not shown
               Sponsored by Huron County Dairy Boosters                           in market class, it is ineligible to sell. Exhibitors must meet department
             Superintendents - Huron County Dairy Boosters                        completion requirements to be eligible to sell.
1.   Entries accepted at the fair.                                                1.    An exhibitor may sell all eligible feeder calves (beef and dairy beef) in
2.   Any current FFA or 4-H member is eligible.                                   the “Back to the Farm” Sale.
3.   The contest will be an individual contest only.                              2.    Bids will be by the pound.
4.   The contest will be split into Senior (ages 15-18 as of Jan. 1),             3.    Winning bidders will be the official buyers of the calves and will take
     Intermediate (ages 12-14 as of Jan. 1) and Junior (ages 8-11 as of Jan.            the calves back to their farm after the fair.
     1).                                                                          4.    All feeder calves which weigh between 300-800 lbs. are eligible to sell
5.   Awards will be presented to top two individuals, from Huron County                 in the “Back to the Farm” Sale on Thursday.
     4-H Clubs or FFA Chapters, in each division.                                 5.    Calves (which weigh 300-800 lbs.) must sell in the “Back to the Farm”
6.   Monetary awards for 1st - 10th place in each division donated by Huron             Sale to be eligible for a premium bid during the Small Livestock Sale
                                                                                        on Thursday night. Only one calf per exhibitor is eligible for premium
     County Dairy Boosters
                                                                                        bid.
                                                                                  6.    Feeder calves weighing over 800 pounds may sell in the “Back to the
                    LIVESTOCK JUDGING CONTEST
                                                                                        Farm” Sale, but are ineligible for premium bids on Thursday night.
          Friday, August 21 at 10:00 a.m. in Doug Wilson Barn
                                                                                  7.    Feeder calves weighing less than 300 pounds have no sale options.
                Sponsored by Huron County FFA Chapters
                                                                                  8.    A 2% per lot sale commission will be deducted from the checks.
                    Superintendent - Charlie Warthling
                                                                                  9.    All calves which will be sold in the “Back to the Farm” Sale will have
1.   Entries accepted at the fair.
                                                                                        hip numbers adhered on Thursday, starting at 1:00 p.m.. The numbers
2.   Any current FFA or 4-H member is eligible.
                                                                                        will help the buyers prepare for bidding. Numbers may not be
3.   A 4-H club or FFA chapter may enter a team of four individuals, with
                                                                                        removed.
     the top three scores comprising the team total. All four team members
                                                                                  10. Sale order will be beef feeders, lightest to heaviest, followed by dairy
     are eligible for individual placings. Not all 4 members have to belong to
                                                                                        feeders, lightest to heaviest.
     the same club or chapter.
                                                                                  11. NOTE: Buyers of “Back to the Farm” sale calves must pay for them by
4.   Awards will be presented to the two high-scoring teams and two high-
                                                                                        noon Saturday, or the sale is void and they will be shipped to market.
     scoring individuals from Huron County 4-H Clubs and FFA Chapters.
                                                                                                           SMALL LIVESTOCK SALE
                 BEST DRESSED ANIMAL CONTEST
                                                                                      Thursday, August 20 at 6:00 p.m. in the Auctioneer G. A. Pickworth
          Friday, August 21 at 4:30 p.m. in Doug Wilson Barn
                                                                                        Judging Pavilion - Livestock Sale Committee will conduct sale.
        Superintendents - Pam Hansberger & Charlie Warthling
                                                                                     Only Grand and Reserve Champion animals will enter the sale ring.
1.   Any Junior Fair exhibitor may enter.
                                                                                  If an animal is ineligible to show, it is ineligible to sell. If animal is not shown
2.   Small animals only, no horses, ponies, cows or steers. Miniature horses
                                                                                  in market class, it is ineligible to sell. Exhibitors must meet department
     and ponies (36" and under) will be permitted.
                                                                                  completion requirements to be eligible to sell.
3.   One entry per exhibitor.
                                                                                  SALE PROCEDURE: All lots will sell for PREMIUM BIDS ONLY. The
amount the buyer bids is the amount the exhibitor will receive above market                                   LARGE LIVESTOCK SALE
price. If the buyer wants to keep the animal(s) they will pay the premium bid           Saturday, August 22 at 9:00 a.m. in the Auctioneer G. A. Pickworth
PLUS the market value listed on the sale bill. (Except for feeder calves,                 Judging Pavilion - Livestock Sale Committee will conduct sale.
where there is no option to keep the animals, because they have already been                Only Grand and Reserve Champions will enter the sale ring.
sold in the “Back to the Farm” Sale.)                                               If an animal is ineligible to show, it is ineligible to sell. If animal is not shown
1. Pictures of Grand Champion animals will be taken at 5:30 p.m. on                 in market class, it is ineligible to sell. Exhibitors must meet department
      Thursday at the picture booth in the Judging Pavilion.                        completion requirements to be eligible to sell.
2. All grand and reserve champion animals will be penned or tied in the             NOTE: Buy back bids on cattle must be made by noon Friday, unless
      Judging Pavilion during the Small Livestock Sale. All grand and reserve       previous arrangements are made with the Sale Committee.
      champions must be penned or tied in the Pavilion by 5:45 p.m. and will        SALE PROCEDURE: All lots will sell for PREMIUM BIDS ONLY. The
      return to their respective barns after the sale Thursday night.               amount the buyer bids is the amount the exhibitor will receive above market
3. Each grand & reserve champion animal will proceed to the picture                 price. If the buyer wants to keep the animal(s) they will pay the premium bid
      booth after being sold to have a picture taken with the buyer.                PLUS the market value listed on the sale bill. (Except for dairy projects.)
4. An exhibitor may sell two lots in the Small Livestock Sale, OR two lots          1.    Pictures of Grand Champion animals will be taken at 4:00 p.m. on
      in the Large Livestock Sale, OR one lot in each sale. Exhibitors may          Friday at the picture booth in the Judging Pavilion.
      only sell one lot in each sale division.                                      2.    All grand and reserve champion animals will be penned or tied in the
5. Small Livestock Sale divisions: Turkeys - 1 tom per lot; meat rabbits - 1              Livestock Judging Pavilion during the Large Livestock Sale. All grand
      pen of 3 per lot; Boer market goats - 1 or 2 animals per lot; dairy market          and reserve champions must be penned or tied in the Pavilion by 8:15
      goats - 1 or 2 animals per lot; beef feeders - 1 entry per lot; dairy               a.m. Saturday and will return to their respective barns after the sale.
      feeders - 1 entry per lot;. meat chickens - 1 pen of 3 per lot.               3.    Each grand & reserve champion animal will proceed to the picture
6. If a champion is in a lot, the extra animal(s) in that lot could sell                  booth after being sold to have a picture taken with the buyer.
      separately as the second lot (market goats).                                  4.    An exhibitor may sell two lots in the Small Livestock Sale, OR two lots
7. All sale animals must be declared at weigh-in or they will not be                      in the Large Livestock Sale, OR one lot in each sale. Exhibitors may
      included in the sale.                                                               only sell one lot in each sale division.
8. Exhibitors who win a grand or reserve championship(s) may not add an             5.    Large Livestock Sale divisions: beef steers/heifers - 1 steer or heifer per
      additional lot. However, if an exhibitor has multiple champions, they               lot; beef carcass - 1 carcass per lot; dairy steers - 1 steer per lot; dairy -
      are all eligible to sell.                                                           1 entry per lot; market lambs - 1, 2 or 3 animals per lot; market barrows
9.    All grand and reserve champion animals must sell in the sale (except                - 1 or 2 animals per lot.
                                                                                    6.    If a champion is in a lot, the extra animal(s) in that lot could sell
      beef and dairy beef feeder calves which have the option).
                                                                                          separately as the second lot (hogs & sheep).
10.   Grand and Reserve Champion dairy market kids and Boer market kids
                                                                                    7.    All sale animals must be declared at weigh-in or they will not be
      are terminal. They must be shipped directly to a slaughter facility. The
                                                                                          included in the sale.
      buyer may have the animal processed and receive the meat, but may not
                                                                                    8.    Exhibitors who win a grand or reserve champion(s) may not add an
      take possession of the live animal.
                                                                                          additional lot. However, if an exhibitor has multiple champions, they
11.   A per lot sale commission will be deducted from sale checks as follows:
                                                                                          are all eligible to sell.
      Grand & Reserve Champions - 4% and all other animals - 2%.
12. Exhibitors must designate, by Wednesday noon,            who will be standing
                                                                                    9. All grand and reserve champion animals must sell in the sale.
      in if they are unable to be present for the sale. If Superintendent is not    10. Grand and Reserve Champion beef steers/heifers, dairy beef steers and
      informed and no representative is present for designated slot, the                  single market lambs are terminal. All market barrows are terminal. The
      lot will not be sold.                                                               buyer may have the animal processed and receive the meat, but may not
13.   Buyers are expected to pay the day of the sale, unless billing                      take possession of the live animal. Dairy animals are not available for
      arrangements are made with the Sale Committee.                                      purchase through the Large Livestock Sale.
14.   No changes will be allowed to a bid once the gavel falls (offers to raise     11.   Processing of beef carcass animals sold in the sale will not be included
      all animals in a species to a certain level, etc. will not be accepted).
                                                                                          in the bid price. Buyers must give cutting instructions and pick up their
15. A “Back to the Farm” sale will be held for beef feeder calves and dairy               meat from E. R. Boliantz Packing Co. in Ashland.
      beef feeder calves on Thursday, August 20 at 4:00 p.m. in the Doug            12.   A per lot sale commission will be deducted from the sale checks as
      Wilson Barn. This sale will establish the buyer of the animal and set the           follows: Grand and Reserve Champions - 4%; all other animals - 2%.
      market price for each calf. Bidding in the “Back to the Farm” sale will       13. Exhibitors must designate, by Friday noon,         who will be standing in if
      be by the pound. Other bidders will then have the opportunity during
                                                                                         they are unable to be present for the sale. If Superintendent is not
      the Small Livestock Sale to place premium bids on calves.
                                                                                         informed and no representative is present for designated slot, the
16.   Exhibitors are responsible for their animals until the buyer accepts and
                                                                                         lot will not be sold.
      picks up the purchased lot on Sunday.
                                                                                    14. Buyers are expected to pay the day of the sale, unless billing
17.   All animals must be sold and released healthy or the sale is void.
                                                                                         arrangements are made with the Sale Committee.
18.   Persons wishing to place market bids on livestock to be sold in the sale
                                                                                    15. No changes will be allowed to a bid once the gavel falls (offers to raise
      should see a Sale Committee member early in the week.
                                                                                         all animals in a species to a certain level, etc. will not be accepted).
19.   Exhibitors with a feeder calf in the sale must leave a suitable rope halter
                                                                                    16. Exhibitors with cattle in the sale must leave a suitable rope halter on
      on the calf for shipping.
                                                                                         the animal for shipping.
20.   Exhibitors will receive the premium bid received on Thursday night,
                                                                                    17. Exhibitors will receive the premium bid received on Saturday, plus
      plus market price, minus commission.
                                                                                         market price, minus commission. Dairy exhibitors will only receive the
21.   If an exhibitor does not cash their livestock sale check before it expires,
                                                                                         premium bid, minus commission.
      $10.00 will be taken out of the check when it is reissued.
                                                                                    18. If an exhibitor does not cash their livestock sale check before it expires,
22.   No awards will be presented during the Small Livestock Sale.
                                                                                         $10.00 will be taken out of the check when it is reissued.
23.   The last species to sell in the sale cleans up the Judging Pavilion.
                                                                                    19. No awards will be presented during the Large Livestock Sale.
24.   Sale order will rotate each year. The 2009 sale order is: Turkeys; Boer
                                                                                    20. The last species to sell in the sale cleans up the Judging Pavilion.
      market goats; Dairy market goats; Beef feeder calves; Dairy beef feeder
                                                                                    21. Sale order will rotate each year. The 2009 sale order is: Beef steers and
      calves; Pen of 3 rabbits; Pen of 3 chickens.
                                                                                         heifers; Carcass cattle; Dairy steers; Dairy projects; Market lambs;
25.   NOTE: Exhibitors selling livestock in the Small or Large Livestock
                                                                                         Market barrows
      Sale must turn in a pre-addressed, stamped thank-you note for each of
                                                                                    22. NOTE: Exhibitors selling livestock in the Small or Large Livestock Sale
      their buyers before sale checks will be released. Thank-you notes may
                                                                                    must turn in a pre-addressed, stamped thank-you note for each of their buyers
      be turned in at the Junior Fair Office during fair, or at the Extension
                                                                                    before sale checks will be released. Thank-you notes may be turned in at the
      Office after the fair. Notes may be sent in a cover envelope to “OSU
                                                                                    Junior Fair Office during fair, or at the Extension Office after the fair. Notes
      Extension, 180 Milan Ave. Suite 1, Norwalk, OH 44857" after the fair.
                                                                                    may be sent in a cover envelope to “OSU Extension, 180 Milan Ave. Suite 1,
      Buyer names and addresses are available from the Junior Fair Office or
                                                                                    Norwalk, OH 44857" after the fair. Buyer names and addresses are available
      Extension Office (419-668-8219). All thank-you notes must be turned in
                                                                                    from the Junior Fair Office or Extension Office (419-668-8219). All thank-
      by September 11.
                                                                                    you notes must be turned in by September 11.
                      JUNIOR FAIR KING AND QUEEN                                    14.Creative Costumes 4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00
           Tuesday, August 18 at 6:30 p.m. in the Judging Pavilion
                     Junior Fair King & Queen Committee                             CLOTHING SELECTION
l.    Open to all 2009 Huron County Junior Fair exhibitors, 16 to 18 years of       16.Fun With Clothes Best Projects $5.00
      age as of January l, 2009.                                                    17.It’s Time For Clothing, Beginner       3.00 2.00 1.00 .50
2. Must participate in the 2009 Huron Co. Jr. Fair and be a member of a             18.It’s Time For Clothing, Intermediate   3.00 2.00 1.00 .50
recognized Junior Fair organization (4-H, Scouts, FFA, FCCLA).                      19.It’s Time For Clothing, Advanced       3.00 2.00 1.00 .50
3. All entries must be returned to Ohio State University Extension, 180             20.Frugal Fashion      3.00 2.00 1.00 .50
      Milan Ave. Suite 1, Norwalk, Ohio 44857 by Thursday, July 16, 2009.
      Completed applications must be turned in by 6:00 p.m.                         MODELING REVIEW
4. All applicants will attend a pre-meeting on July 16 at 6:00 p.m. in the          21.Beginning Modeling                        4.00 3.00
County Administration Building. Publicity photos will be taken.                           (NEVER modeled before, ages 8 & 3rd grade - age 11, as of January 1)
5. Contestants will participate in a mandatory preliminary interview on             22.Junior Modeling 4.00 3.00
      Monday, August 3. Exact interview times and other information will be               (ages 9- 11 as of January 1, who have modeled at least once before)
      covered at the pre-meeting.                                                   23.Intermediate Modeling (ages 12-14 as of January 1) 4.00 3.00
6. The final portion of the Junior Fair Queen and King Contest will be              24.Senior Modeling (ages 15-18 as of January 1)          4.00 3.00
held Tuesday, August 18 at 6:30 p.m. in the Judging Pavilion.                       ▸Each member may win first place in a modeling category only once. The
7. A King, Queen, and first and second attendant for each will be named at          following year they must move up to the next category.
      the conclusion of the final portion of the contest.
8. The contest at the fair will include questions and introductions.                CLASS 2 -QUILTING - Superintendent: Maryellen Hamernik
9. The Community Minded Fair Supporters Committee will conduct a pie                ▸Quilting may be hand or machine quilting or tying.
      auction while the judges are deliberating.                                    ▸The Quilt Block Challenge is an optional, additional fair exhibit. Members
10. The King, Queen and Court shall be present for specified events during          who complete the Quilt Block Challenge should turn their finished quilt block
      the week of the fair.                                                         in with their quilt project on Sunday, August 16 between 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
11. The Queen shall be eligible for the Ohio Fairs Queen Contest to be held               ENTRY NUMBERS:
at the 2011 Ohio Fair Managers Convention in January 2011.                          1.Patched N’ Pieced Pillow                     4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00
12. The King, Queen and Court shall continue to represent the Huron                 2.Block By Block         4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00
      County Fair until their replacements are crowned. Duties include other        3.Keepsake Quilt         4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00
      fairs, festivals, parades and fair shows on Monday and Tuesday of the
      fair the following year.                                                      CLASS 3 - FURNITURE & WOODWORK RECYCLING
13. Applications are available from Ohio State University Extension, 180            Superintendent: Kelly Poths
                                                                                    ▸Superintendents and judges reserve the right to change classes.
     Milan Ave. Suite 1, Norwalk, OH 44857. Phone (419) 668-8219. The
                                                                                    ▸“Before” picture of item(s) due in Extension Office by June 30. Failure to
     application is also available online at http://huron.osu.edu.
                                                                                    turn in the picture by the designated date will result in having grades dropped
                            PREMIUM LIST                                            one letter grade and not being able to place. (Project may still be exhibited.)
                                                                                          ENTRY NUMBERS:
         FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES DEPARTMENT                                      1.Large Refinished Articles                     4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00
▸All projects not judged before the fair are judged on Wednesday, at assigned       2.Small Refinished Articles                     4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00
times. These projects and Art as Expression awards presentation on                  3.Restored Furniture 4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00
Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. in the FCS Building.                                         4.Reupholstered Furniture                       4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00

CLASS 1 - CLOTHING                                                                  CLASS 4 - HOME DECORATING AND DESIGN
Superintendents: Sue Moore, Diane Meyer & Lisa Robson                               Superintendents: Maryellen Hamernik & Lisa Robson
The Fashion Review at the fair will start at 6:00 p.m.                                   ENTRY NUMBERS:
▸All exhibitors must take part in the Fashion Reviews on July 23 and August         1.Adventures in Home Living               4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00
17 to be eligible for placings, awards & premiums.                                  2.Designing Outdoor Living Spaces         4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00
▸Participants must be dressed and lined up by 5:30 p.m. Monday, in order to         3.Designing Interiors 4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00
participate in the Fashion Review. There will be special seating reserved for       4.Your First Home Away From Home          4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00
Fashion Review participants. Members with multiple projects must make
arrangements with superintendents.                                                  CLASS 5 - MANAGEMENT AND EQUIPMENT
▸Any 4-H member taking a clothing project may participate in the Modeling           Superintendents: Maryellen Hamernik & Lisa Robson
Class. In this category members are judged only on modeling, not on                      ENTRY NUMBERS:
construction or selection of their outfit. To enter a modeling class and be         1.Becoming Money Wise                     3.00 2.00 1.00        .50
eligible for a premium, the exhibitor must fill out a green fair entry card and a   2.Money Fun-damentals                     3.00 2.00 1.00        .50
special blue Modeling Class information card and turn in by July 20.                3.Money Moves        3.00 2.00 1.00 .50
▸The only entry categories will be those listed in the fair book, unless the        4.Teens, On The Road to Financial Success 3.00 2.00 1.00        .50
number of entries in a specific category justifies splitting the class.             5.Laundry for Beginners                   3.00 2.00 1.00        .50
▸Each project needs to be a complete outfit. No item of clothing may be             6.Laundry-Advanced 3.00 2.00 1.00 .50
modeled in more than one entry.
▸A green fair entry card must be completed for each clothing project entered        CLASS 6 - FAMILY LIFE
and the proper Fashion Review information card for clothing construction,           Superintendents: Maryellen Hamernik & Lisa Robson
clothing selection or Sew for Others.                                                    ENTRY NUMBERS:
      ENTRY NUMBERS:                                                                1.Growing On My Own                        3.00 2.00 1.00       .50
CLOTHING CONSTRUCTION                                                               2.Growing With Others                      3.00 2.00 1.00       .50
1.Ready Let’s Sew        Best Projects $5.00                                        3.Growing In Communities                   3.00 2.00 1.00       .50
2.Tops for Tweens        4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                                        4.Family History Treasure Hunt -Beginning 3.00 2.00 1.00        .50
3.Joyful Jumper          4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                                             (First & second year in project only)
4.Accessories for Teens                         4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                 5.Family History Treasure Hunt - Advanced 3.00 2.00 1.00        .50
5.Sportswear for Spectators                     4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                      (Third year and beyond in project)
6.Active Sportswear 4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00
7.Clothing for Middle School                    4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                 CLASS 7 - PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
8.Sew for Others         4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                                        Superintendents: Maryellen Hamernik & Lisa Robson
9.Lounging Apparel 4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                                              NOTE: All writing for Creative Writing and Writing & Reporting for Teens is
10.Dress-Up Outfits 4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                                             due in the Extension Office by Friday, July 31. Exhibitors who fail to turn in
11.Outer Layers          4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                                        writing by the deadline will have their judging grade dropped one letter and
12.Clothes for High School and College          4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                 will be ineligible for placings and premiums.
13.Clothing for Your Career                     4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                       ENTRY NUMBERS:
1.FCS Self-Determined                         3.00 2.00 1.00 .50                  4.First Aid In Action 3.00 2.00 1.00 .50
2.Creative Writing, Intermediate              3.00 2.00 1.00 .50                  5.Alcohol Decisions 3.00 2.00 1.00 .50
      (Ages 11-13, as of January 1)                                               6.Tobacco and You 3.00 2.00 1.00 .50
3.Creative Writing, Senior                    3.00 2.00 1.00 .50
      (Ages 14-18, as of January 1)                                                                          ART AS EXPRESSION
4.Writing and Reporting for Teens             3.00 2.00 1.00 .50                  Superintendents:- Rita Bishop, Kim Veach, Tia Chase & Debbie Chase
5.Collectibles         3.00 2.00 1.00   .50                                       ▸ Only those participating in Art As Expression Judging on July 21 in the Co.
6.Play the Role        3.00 2.00 1.00   .50                                       Administration Building will be eligible for placings, awards and premiums.
7.Become a Puppeteer 3.00 2.00 1.00     .50                                       ▸ Exhibitors are limited to a total of four (4) entries in different media.
8.Set the Stage        3.00 2.00 1.00   .50                                       ▸Each entry must be under a different entry number.
                                                                                  ▸Awards will be given at 3:30 p.m., Wednesday in FCS Building
CLASS 8 - FOOD & NUTRITION - Superintendent: Kris Simpson                         CLASS 11 - ART AS EXPRESSION - JUNIOR (Ages 11-13, as of Jan. 1)
▸Only those participating in Food & Nutrition Judging on July 28 will be               ENTRY NUMBERS:
eligible for placings, awards and premiums.                                       1.Chalk/Carbon/Pigment                           2.00 1.00 .50
▸Exhibitors must participate in the 4-H Chef Olympics on Thursday, August         2.Clay/Dough           2.00 1.00 .50
20 in order to receive any foods placings, awards or premiums. Check in is at     3.Fiber/Fabric         2.00 1.00 .50
11:45 a.m. Olympics start at 12:00 noon. The Chef Olympics will be held in        4.Glass/Metal          2.00 1.00 .50
the FCS Building, unless there are too many participants, then they will be       5.Leather 2.00 1.00 .50
held in the Auctioneer G.A. Pickworth Judging Pavilion.                           6.Natural Items        2.00 1.00 .50
▸All food and nutrition placings will be announced and awards will be             7.Paper     2.00 1.00 .50
presented at a special awards program following the 4-H Chef Olympics at          8.Wood/Plastic         2.00 1.00 .50
approximately 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, August 20 in the FCS Building.               CLASS 12 - ART AS EXPRESSION - SENIOR (Ages 14-18, as of Jan. 1)
▸The top table settings, selected at Food & Nutrition Judging, will be                 ENTRY NUMBERS:
displayed at the fair all week.                                                   1.Chalk/Carbon/Pigment                           2.00 1.00 .50
                                                                                  2.Clay/Dough           2.00 1.00 .50
      ENTRY NUMBERS:                                                              3.Fiber/Fabric         2.00 1.00 .50
1.I Spy in the Kitchen Best Projects $5.00                                        4.Glass/Metal          2.00 1.00 .50
2.Mini Meal Magic 3.00 2.00 1.00 .50                                              5.Leather 2.00 1.00 .50
3.Let’s Bake Quick Breads                     3.00 2.00 1.00 .50                  6.Natural Items        2.00 1.00 .50
4.Yeast Breads On The Rise                    3.00 2.00 1.00 .50                  7.Paper     2.00 1.00 .50
5.You’re the Chef      3.00 2.00 1.00 .50                                         8.Wood/Plastic         2.00 1.00 .50
6.Outdoor Chef         3.00 2.00 1.00 .50
7.Meals in Minutes 3.00 2.00 1.00 .50                                             CLASS 13 - 4-H FCS BOOTH EXHIBITS $15.00
8.Star Spangled Foods                         3.00   2.00   1.00   .50            Superintendents - 4-H FCS Superintendents
9.Food and Fitness for Fun                    3.00   2.00   1.00   .50            ▸4-H clothing projects will be displayed in educational booths by project.
10.Food and Fitness Choices for You           3.00   2.00   1.00   .50            ▸Clubs with clothing projects will be on a rotating list for preparing
11.The Global Gourmet                         3.00   2.00   1.00   .50            booths/displays for clothing projects.
12.Fast Break for Breakfast                   3.00   2.00   1.00   .50            ▸All clothing projects must be checked in by 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 16.
13.Pathways to Culinary Success               3.00   2.00   1.00   .50            ▸All garments should be in booths by 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, August 16.
14.Sweet Treats        3.00 2.00 1.00 .50                                         ▸*Other clubs may register to set up a booth by completing a green fair entry
15.Cookies, Cookies, Cookies                  3.00 2.00 1.00 .50                  card and returning it to the Extension Office by July 20. Extra booths will be
16.Easy As Pie         3.00 2.00 1.00 .50                                         assigned based on availability.
                                                                                  ▸*The display will center around an overall theme.
CLASS 10 - HEALTH                                                                 ▸*Booths cannot contain straw, wood shavings, etc. due to fire hazard. The
Superintendents: Maryellen Hamernik & Lisa Robson                                 top three to five booths will be named outstanding.
      ENTRY NUMBERS:                                                              ▸Name tags will be provided by the Food & Fashion Board. If a club
1.You’re the Athlete 3.00 2.00 1.00 .50                                           preparing a booth wishes to provide their own name tags, they must inform
2.Staying Healthy         3.00 2.00 1.00 .50                                      Deb Angell and include name, project, age and club for each exhibit on the
3.Keeping Fit             3.00 2.00 1.00 .50                                      name tags.
▸*Theme for 2009 is “Down on the Farm”.                                           compete, but will not be eligible to place in the contest.
▸*Booths will be judged according to the score sheet below.                       ▸First place winners in each category will present their demonstration at the
▸*Clubs taking down booths are responsible for cleaning up the trash,             fair on Wednesday, August 19 at 1:30 p.m. in the FCS Building.
staples, nails, etc. that were used in the booth.                                 ▸Senior Individual (entry 3) and Senior Team (entry 5) are ineligible for State
▸*SCORE SHEET:                                                                    Fair competition. These categories are Huron County only.
1.Development of exhibit around central theme                                            ENTRY NUMBERS: (premiums listed are for each team member)
2.Educational Value (Does it tell a story? Expressed simply and clearly.          1.Junior Individual      2.00 1.00 1.00 .50 .50
 Material in exhibit reflects theme. Accurate information and unusual way.)              (8-11 years old, as of January 1st)
3.Public Appeal (Power to attract attention. Idea shown in unusual way.)          2.Intermediate Individual                       2.00 1.00 1.00 .50 .50
4.Attractiveness (Neatness. Good arrangement. Simplicity.)                               (12-13 years old, as of January 1st)
5.Originality                                                                     3.Senior Individual 2.00 1.00 1.00 .50 .50
                                                                                         (14-18 years old, as of January 1st)
CLASS 14 - SCHOOL FCCLA BOOTH EXHIBITS $50.00                                     4.Junior Team            2.00 1.00 1.00 .50 .50
Superintendents: High School FCCLA Advisors (See Booth rules marked                      (Both members 8-13 years old, as of January 1st )
with an * above)                                                                  5.Senior Team            2.00 1.00 1.00 .50 .50
Each interested High School FCCLA Chapter prepares an educational                        (at least one member 14-18 years old)
exhibit.                                                                          6.Int. Individual w/Computer Technology         2.00 1.00 1.00 .50 .50
                                                                                         (12-13 years old, as of January 1st)
CLASS 15 - DEMONSTRATIONS OR ILLUSTRATED TALKS                                    7.Senior Individual w/Computer Technology 2.00 1.00 1.00 .50 .50
Superintendent: Diane Meyer                                                              (14-18 years old, as of January 1st)
           Presentation of 1st Place Demos - Wednesday, 1:30 p.m.                 8.Senior Individual Multi-Media Presentation2.00 1.00 1.00 .50 .50
▸The Demonstration and Illustrated Talk Contest is Monday, July 27 at 4:00               (14-18 years old, as of January 1st)
p.m. in the Huron County Administration Building.
▸A fair entry card must be filled out and turned in to the Extension Office by    CLASS 16 - GROUP PROJECTS                     $5.00 Club Premium
July 20. Each member of a team needs to have their own fair entry card.
▸Participants are required to turn in a content outline of their demonstration                      FLORICULTURE DEPARTMENT
or illustrated talk to the Extension Office with their green fair entry card by                 Superintendents - Leann Palm, Duane Palm,
July 20. Participants who do not turn in an outline by the deadline may                         Carol Stoneham, Lynden Ramsey, Lucas Palm
Scheduled interviews on Monday, August 17 starting at 10:00 a.m.                   28. Asters (3 blooms, same variety, 3 different colors) 2.00 1.00 .50
▸May exhibit as many entries as desired. Only one entry per entry number.          29. Cosmos (1 spray) 2.00 1.00 .50
▸May change entries the day of the show.                                           30. Bachelor's Button (3 blooms, same variety, same color)            2.00
▸Indicate class number and entry number when entering in class 17 or 18.           1.00 .50
Use a special buff colored floriculture entry card.                                31. Bachelor's Button 2.00 1.00 .50
▸Use separate entry cards for classes 17 and 18.                                         (3 blooms, same variety, 3 different colors)
▸Exhibitor must set up own exhibit at Fair. Parents and advisors will be asked     32. Cockscomb - Crested (1 stem)               2.00 1.00 .50
to stay outside the roped off area for setting up projects. Superintendents will   33. Cockscomb - Feather (1 stem)               2.00 1.00 .50
be on hand to offer assistance.                                                    34. Petunia - Single, Purple (1 spray, one color)         2.00 1.00 .50
▸All projects must be checked in between 8:00 - 9:30 a.m. on Monday.               35. Petunia - Single, White (1 spray, one color)          2.00 1.00 .50
▸If an exhibitor is not available to set up their exhibit between 8:00 & 9:30      36. Petunia - Single, Other than Purple or White          2.00 1.00 .50
a.m., special arrangements must be made with the superintendents.                        (1 spray, one color)
▸Exhibitors will be evaluated during a 5 minute interview. Interview times         37. Petunia - Single (1 spray, two tone)       2.00 1.00 .50
will be posted. If there is a conflict, make other arrangements with the           38. Petunia - Double (1 spray)                 2.00 1.00 .50
superintendents.                                                                   39. Shasta Daisy (3 blooms)                    2.00 1.00 .50
▸All members in floriculture projects must bring their completed project           40. Chrysanthemum (3 blooms)                   2.00 1.00 .50
book and be interviewed for a completed project, even if there is no fair          41. Calendula (3 blooms)                       2.00 1.00 .50
exhibit.                                                                           42. Gladiolus - Red/Red Blend or Pink/Pink Blend          2.00 1.00 .50
▸Judges and superintendents reserve the right to sub-divide classes.                     (1 spike disbudded with foliage attached)
▸Entries entered out of class will not be placed.                                  43. Gladiolus - Yellow/Yellow Blend or White/White Blend              2.00
▸All specimens must be grown by exhibitor.                                         1.00 .50
▸All specimens past their prime will be discarded.                                       (1 spike disbudded with foliage attached)
▸Vases will be provided for specimens.                                             44. Gladiolus - Other than colors listed above 2.00 1.00 .50
▸Wedges of wood or other material may be used to keep blooms erect.                      (1 spike disbudded with foliage attached)
▸Superintendents are not responsible for watering exhibits during the fair.        45. Small Sunflower (1 head with stem - under 8" diameter)            2.00
▸All arrangements must be work of exhibitor. Flowers in arrangements do            1.00 .50
not have to be grown by exhibitor.                                                 46. Statice - dry (1 spray)                    2.00 1.00 .50
▸Florist flowers must not be used unless asked for.                                47. Straw Flowers - fresh (3 blooms)           2.00 1.00 .50
▸Plastic or silk flowers must not be used unless asked for.                        48.Yarrow - dry (1 stalk)                      2.00 1.00 .50
▸Exhibitors should be present at oral judging in the afternoon on Monday.          49. Hosta - variegated (1 leaf, no bloom)      2.00 1.00 .50
▸Be sure to follow directions on what is required. (example - 3 blooms, 1          50. Hosta - non-variegated (1 leaf, no bloom) 2.00 1.00 .50
spray, same color, mixed colors, etc.)                                             51. Any Other Variety - Annual (must be labeled)          2.00 1.00 .50
▸Exhibits must be picked up by 12:00 noon on Sunday, after the fair, or they             (3 blooms same variety, or one stem, or one spray, or one spike)
will be disposed of immediately.                                                   52. Any Other Variety - Perennial (must be labeled)       2.00 1.00 .50
CLASS 17 - SPECIMEN FLOWERS                                                              (3 blooms same variety, or one stem, or one spray, or one spike)
      ENTRY NUMBERS:                                                               53. Educational Exhibit - Annual               2.00 1.00 .50
1. Rose - Hybrid-Tea (1 bloom disbudded) 2.00 1.00 .50                                   (5 different annual blooms; each specimen in a small glass container
2. Full Blown Rose (1 bloom)                    2.00 1.00 .50                            and grouped together in a small basket; each specimen must be labeled)
3. Floribunda Rose (1 spray)                    2.00 1.00 .50                      54. Educational Exhibit - Perennial            2.00 1.00 .50
4. Miniature Rose (1 bloom)                     2.00 1.00 .50                            (5 different perennial blooms; each specimen in a small glass container
5. Marigold - Dwarf, French                     2.00 1.00 .50                            and grouped together in a small basket; each specimen must be labeled)
      (Single layer of flat petals, 3 blooms, same variety)                        55. Educational Exhibit - Herbs                2.00 1.00 .50
6. Marigold - Dwarf, Orange Ball Type           2.00 1.00 .50                            (5 different herbs; each specimen in a small glass container and grouped
      (3 blooms, same variety)                                                           together in a small basket; each specimen must be labeled)
7. Marigold - Dwarf, Yellow Ball Type           2.00 1.00 .50                      CLASS 18 - PLANTS AND ARRANGEMENTS
      (3 blooms, same variety)                                                           ENTRY NUMBERS:
8. Marigold - Dwarf, Yellow Orange Ball Type                2.00 1.00 .50          1. Ivy - one variety (Must be grown by exhibitor 90 days)             2.00
      (3 blooms, same variety)                                                     1.00 .50
9.Marigold - Green (3 blooms, same variety) 2.00 1.00 .50                          2. Spider Plant - one variety                  2.00 1.00 .50
10. Marigold - Tall Yellow (3 blooms, same variety)         2.00 1.00 .50                (Must be grown by exhibitor 90 days)
11. Marigold - Tall Orange (3 blooms, same variety)         2.00 1.00 .50          3. Palm - one variety (Must be grown by exhibitor 90 days)            2.00
12. Zinnias - Dwarf 2.00 1.00 .50                                                  1.00 .50
      (3 blooms, same variety, same color, under 3")                               4. Fern - one variety (Must be grown by exhibitor 90 days)            2.00
13. Zinnias - Medium 2.00 1.00 .50                                                 1.00 .50
      (3 blooms, same variety, same color, 3-4")                                   5. Jade - one variety (Must be grown by exhibitor 90 days)            2.00
14. Zinnias - Giant     2.00 1.00 .50                                              1.00 .50
      (3 blooms, same variety, same color, over 4")                                6. Cactus or Succulent Plants                  2.00 1.00 .50
15. Zinnias - Dwarf 2.00 1.00 .50                                                        (3 or more in one container) (Must be grown by exhibitor 90 days)
      (3 blooms, same variety, 3 different colors, under 3")                       7. Inside Planter        2.00 1.00 .50
16. Zinnias - Medium 2.00 1.00 .50                                                       (Combination of 3 or more plants in one container, other than cactus)
      (3 blooms, same variety, 3 different colors, 3-4")                                 (Must be grown by exhibitor 90 days)
17. Zinnias - Giant     2.00 1.00 .50                                              8. Outside Patio Pot 2.00 1.00 .50
      (3 blooms, same variety, 3 different colors, over 4")                              (Combination of 3 or more plants in one container, other than cactus)
18. Dahlia - Border (1 bloom with foliage) 2.00 1.00 .50                                 (Must be grown by exhibitor 90 days)
19. Dahlia - Medium (1 bloom, with foliage, under 4") 2.00 1.00 .50                9. Any Other Variety Houseplant                .2.00 1.00 .50
20. Dahlia - Large (1 bloom, with foliage, over 4")         2.00 1.00 .50                (Must be grown by exhibitor 90 days)
21. Dahlia - Pompon (3 blooms, same color) 2.00 1.00 .50                           10. African Violet       2.00 1.00 .50
22. Dahlia - Cactus (1 bloom, with foliage) 2.00 1.00 .50                                (Must be in bloom) (Must be grown by exhibitor 90 days)
23. Snapdragons - Small or Carpet               2.00 1.00 .50                      11. Terrarium            2.00 1.00 .50
      (3 spikes, same variety, same color)                                               (small, glass-enclosed container containing 3 or more varieties of
24. Snapdragons - Large or Rocket               2.00 1.00 .50                      plants)
      (3 spikes, same variety, same color)                                         12. Hanging Basket - Flowering Annual          2.00 1.00 .50
25. Snapdragons - Small or Carpet               2.00 1.00 .50                            (Must be in bloom; hanger must be furnished)
      (3 spikes, same variety, 3 different colors)                                 13. Hanging Basket - Flowering Houseplant 2.00 1.00 .50
26. Snapdragons - Large or Rocket               2.00 1.00 .50                            (Must be in bloom; hanger must be furnished)
      (3 spikes, same variety, 3 different colors)                                 14. Hanging Basket - Non-flowering             2.00 1.00 .50
27. Asters (3 blooms, same variety, same color)             2.00 1.00 .50                (Hanger must be furnished)
15. Miniature (Arrangement under 4" in all directions) 2.00 1.00 .50             Collette Kropka, Sarah Hollinger
16. Small Talk (Arrangement under 8" in all directions) 2.00 1.00 .50
17. Farmer’s Market, Jr. (8 - 13 years old)   2.00 1.00 .50                      Scheduled interviews on Monday, August 17 starting at 9:00 a.m. for
      (Arrangement of flowers with fruits and/or vegetables)                          Discovering 4-H, photography, conservation, veterinary science,
18. Farmer’s Market, Sr. (14 - 18 years old) 2.00 1.00 .50                            bicycles, leadership, workforce readiness and rope projects.
      (Arrangement of flowers with fruits and/or vegetables)                     Scheduled interviews on Monday, August 17 starting at 1:00 p.m. for
19. Tints and Tones (All foliage arrangement)2.00 1.00 .50                            vegetables and fruits.
20. Looking Up (Vertical arrangement)         2.00 1.00 .50                      Scheduled interviews on Tuesday, August 18 starting at 9:00 a.m. for
21. Huron County Fair, Jr (8 - 13 years old) 2.00 1.00 .50                            beginning and advanced woodworking, electricity, power
      (Arrangement interpreting the Huron County Fair)                                equipment, beginning and advanced metalworking, aerospace
22. Huron County Fair, Sr (14 - 18 years old) 2.00 1.00 .50                           science, radio controlled vehicles, robotics, tractors and
      (Arrangement interpreting the Huron County Fair)                                miscellaneous self-determined projects.
23. Suncatcher         2.00 1.00 .50
      (Arrangement featuring sunflowers, using a clear bottle as a container)    NOTE: All 4-H members being interviewed must bring their completed 4-H
24. Hospitality (Arrangement for table using florist flowers)        2.00        project book(s) to judging. 4-H members not bringing their completed books
1.00 .50                                                                         may receive an “A” grade, but will be ineligible for placings and premiums.
25. Dinnertime (Arrangement for table using fresh flowers)           2.00        ▸ Interview judging grades will be based on the following: Exhibitor's
1.00 .50                                                                         knowledge of subject area; Exhibitor's past experience in subject area; What
26. Uptown (Arrangement using florist flowers)             2.00 1.00 .50         exhibitor has learned from project; Appearance of exhibit and its application
27. Corsage (Using florist flowers, ribbon may be used) 2.00 1.00 .50            to the project subject; Completed project book.
28. Silk Arrangement (Using artificial materials only) 2.00 1.00 .50             ▸ Placings will be based on the following: Interviews & Appearance of
29. Dried Arrangement                         2.00 1.00 .50                      exhibit
      (Using dried flowers and plant material only)                              The exception is in vegetables & fruits which will be placed on appearance as
30. Wreath (No silk materials may be used) 2.00 1.00 .50                         long as the exhibitor received an "A" grade.
      (Using dried materials only; bows or ribbon may be used)                   ▸ Flat Posters limited to 22" x 28"; Tri-fold display boards should be standard
31. Heart Shaped Wreath (No silk materials may be used)              2.00        size as purchased (no higher than 28"). One poster/project may be displayed.
1.00 .50                                                                         ▸ A display (anything other than a poster) must be free-standing and should
      (Using dried materials only; bows or ribbon may be used)                   be no larger than 3' x 2'. (Rope boards, welding boards and engine boards will
32. Small Scarecrow 2.00 1.00 .50                                                be no larger than 24"x 24".)
      (Use your imagination - must be less than 4 feet tall)                     ▸ Any exhibit not conforming to requirements listed in the Miscellaneous
                                                                                 Outdoor Fair Exhibit Requirements (available from the Extension Office) will
                            CROPS DEPARTMENT                                     receive a grade, but will be ineligible for placings. Judge’s decisions are final
          Superintendents: Luke Worcester and Jeremy Sherman                     in all grades and placings.
▸ Current crops raised in Huron County.                                          ▸ All projects must have been developed, produced or made in the current 4-
▸The record portion of the Crop Resource & Record Guide must be                  H year (unless a continuing project, like refurbished tractor).
completed for each crop. Completed records should be brought to fair with
the crops.                                                                       CLASS 28 - VEGETABLES AND FRUITS
▸ Exhibitors should be prepared to answer questions about their crop based          Superintendents - Steve Zimmerman, Darlene Tyler and Tom Tyler
on the completed record supplement. ‘Tillage practices, fertilizer and                       Interview judged on Monday beginning at 1:00 p.m.
herbicide information required at fair.                                          ▸ Entries must be checked by superintendent prior to exhibitors' interview
▸ Interview judged in Agronomy Building on Sunday when exhibit is placed.        time. (DO NOT bring vegetable and fruit exhibits to the fair on Sunday.)
▸ Exhibitors do not need to attend placing on Monday.                            ▸ Exhibitors complete one goldenrod Fair entry card marked
▸ Premier Crop Exhibitor Award: for an exhibitor with 5 or more entries.         "VEGETABLES AND FRUITS". Do not list specific vegetables on Fair entry
Superintendents will select winner based on excellence in preparing the          card.
specimens for exhibition. A Best Crop Interview Award will also be given.        ▸ See Miscellaneous Outdoor Fair Exhibit Requirements for display
▸ A sub-division will be formed when there are five or more entries in one       preparation suggestions. (Available from the Extension Office).
particular brand in a class.                                                     ▸ Pick up vegetables on Sunday, August 23 from 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon.
CLASS 19 - CORN GROWING                        2.00 1.00 .50                     ▸ Exhibitors may exhibit up to six (6) entries in the following categories:
      (6 ears without the husk)                                                  (Note number of vegetables and fruits needed in each category.)
CLASS 20 - CORN STALKS                         2.00 1.00 .50                     Cherry Tomatoes (5) 2.00 1.00 .50
      (3 stalks of corn with roots removed)                                      Paste Tomatoes (5)      2.00 1.00 .50
CLASS 21 - GRAIN                                                                 Fresh Market Tomatoes (5)                     2.00 1.00 .50
 21A. One quart jar sample of wheat, oats, barley and/or rye 2.00 1.00 .50       Onions (5) 2.00 1.00 .50
 21B. Stalks of wheat (10 stalks cut off at ground level) 2.00 1.00 .50          Bell Peppers (5)        2.00 1.00 .50
CLASS 22 - SOYBEAN GROWING (3 plants with roots)                     2.00        Hot Peppers (5)         2.00 1.00 .50
1.00 .50                                                                         Beans (5) 2.00 1.00 .50
CLASS 23 - HAY (12" slab from machine-made bale)                                 Beets (5 with 2" tops) 2.00 1.00 .50
 23 A. alfalfa hay (80% or more; 2nd cutting)2.00 1.00 .50                       Carrots (5 with 1" tops)                      2.00 1.00 .50
 23 B. mixed hay (40% alfalfa or clover)       2.00 1.00 .50                     Sweet Corn (6 ears, husked)                   2.00 1.00 .50
 23 C. grass hay (60% or more)                 2.00 1.00 .50                     Cucumbers (3 of one table variety)            2.00 1.00 .50
 23 D. clover hay        2.00 1.00 .50                                           Pickles (3 of one pickling variety cucumber) 2.00 1.00 .50
CLASS 24 - SILAGE (Exhibitors limited to one entry in each type. Each            Cabbage (1 head)        2.00 1.00 .50
exhibit, consisting of 2 quarts of silage, shall be in a tightly closed bag to   Summer Squash (1) 2.00 1.00 .50
keep air out and moisture in. The sample may be taken at any time and kept       Winter Squash (1)       2.00 1.00 .50
in the home freezer until fair time.)                                            Pumpkin (1)             2.00 1.00 .50
 24 A. corn silage       2.00 1.00 .50                                           Egg Plant (1)           2.00 1.00 .50
 24 B. haylage (must be fermented)             2.00 1.00 .50                     Muskmelon (1)           2.00 1.00 .50
CLASS 25 - SHELLED CORN                        2.00 1.00 .50                     Potatoes (16 specimens in peck basket)        2.00 1.00 .50
      (1 quart jar of previous year's crop)                                      "Salad Plate" (combination of 4 different types          2.00 1.00 .50
CLASS 26 - SOYBEANS                            2.00 1.00 .50                           of vegetables which could be used in a salad)
      (1 quart jar of previous year's crop)                                      Any Other Vegetable: Gourds (3), Broccoli (1 bunch), 2.00 1.00 .50
CLASS 27 - MISCELLANEOUS                       2.00 1.00 .50                           Cauliflower (1 head), Snow Peas (6), other vegetables (1 sample)
      (Tobacco, sugar beets, sunflowers and other commercial crops)              Odd-Shaped Vegetable (one vegetable per exhibitor)       2.00 1.00 .50
                                                                                 Best Dressed Vegetable (one vegetable per exhibitor)     2.00 1.00 .50
       MISCELLANEOUS STILL PROJECTS DEPARTMENT                                   Yearly Special Vegetable - Seedless Watermelon           2.00 1.00 .50
Superintendents: Richard Ruess, Steve Zimmerman, Juanita Oney,                   Strawberries (plant in quart box)             2.00 1.00 .50
James Oney, Cyndi Gfell, Beth Shaffield, Tim Deppen, Alysha Stroup,              Grapes (3 bunches) 2.00 1.00 .50
Any Other Fruit (plate of 5)                  2.00 1.00 .50                        2. Picnic Tables (and other lawn furniture) - should be no larger than 5' x 8'.
                                                                                   3. Other Large Projects - should be no higher than 8 feet and cover no more
CLASS 29 - DISCOVERING 4-H           2.00 1.00 .50                                 than 16 square feet of floor space.
                 Interview judged on Monday                                        4. Outdoor furniture may be displayed outdoors.

CLASS 30 - BEGINNING WOODWORKING                                                   CLASS 32 -PHOTOGRAPHY
                          Interview judged on Tuesday                                                       Interview judged on Monday
▸ This class is for first year exhibitors in project #556, Measuring Up.           1.All entries will be evaluated on storytelling ability, quality of the picture,
▸ Exhibitor must exhibit one project from the plans in the appendix of their       how the picture is mounted, captions (if used), and layout and knowledge.
project book, or from the plans inserted in the project book.                      2.No exhibitor shall be in more than one entry.
▸ Exhibitor may also exhibit one other item, although it is not required. The      3.Entries may be black and white prints or color prints.
second exhibit should be built from a plan in the book or from another plan of     4.Projects may be framed for exhibit, except photo story posters.
similar difficulty.                                                                5.Classes may be broken down into extra entry numbers.
▸ Projects are to be completed using mostly hand tools, however a power            6.Photo story posters should have at least three pictures and must be labeled.
sander and scroll saw may be used.                                                 7.Anything display other than a single frame photo must be labeled.
▸ Items will be judged on (l) fit of joints, (2) sanding, (3) finish, (4) proper   8.Name of exhibitor and club name should be on the back of all exhibits.
selection of wood and finish, (5) knowledge of tools used, (6) plans followed.     9.Project book with Photo Journal pictures must be brought to judging.
▸ Up to 50% of Beginning Woodworking projects (maximum of ten) will be             10.Must complete at least one new activity set and photo journal in each of
named “Outstanding” and be marked with a special sticker.                          the four project areas each year.
▸Completed project book must be brought to judging. Project plans for Entry              ENTRY NUMBERS:
2, if not from the book, must be brought to judging.                               1. Focus on Photography - Level I (First Year) - Photo story poster only.
       ENTRY NUMBERS:                                                                    A. Film Photography                      2.00 1.00 .50
1. Measuring Up, first year                       Outstanding Projects $2.00             B. Digital Photography (no photo manipulations) 2.00 1.00 .50
(Flower Box, Napkin or Letter Holder, Picture Frame, Puzzling Rabbit,              2. Focus on Photography - Level I (2nd Year & Beyond)
Airplane, Your Own Box)                                                                  A. Film Photography                      2.00 1.00 .50
2. Any Other Exhibit, first year                  Outstanding Projects $2.00             B. Digital Photography (no photo manipulations) 2.00 1.00 .50
                                                                                   3. Controlling the Image - Level II (1st Year)
CLASS 31 - ADVANCED WOODWORKING                                                          A. Film Photography                      2.00 1.00 .50
                            Interview judged on Tuesday                                  B. Digital Photography (no subject manipulations) 2.00 1.00 .50
▸ This class is for 4-H'ers enrolled in Making the Cut, Nailing it Together, or    4. Controlling the Image - Level II (2nd Year & Beyond)
Finishing Up. (Also for members in Measuring Up for more than one year.)                 A. Film Photography                      2.00 1.00 .50
▸ Maximum of two entries per exhibitor.                                                  B. Digital Photography (no subject manipulations) 2.00 1.00 .50
▸ No glass shelves or glass tops may be displayed at the fair. The exhibit         5. Mastering Photography - Level III           2.00 1.00 .50
should include a picture of the project with the glass included. Members may             (Manual Focus Cameras Only)
bring one shelf or a glass top with them for their interview, but the glass may          A. Film Photography                      2.00 1.00 .50
not remain at the fair.                                                                  B. Digital Photography (no subject manipulations) 2.00 1.00 .50
▸ Exhibitors with entries in entry number 1 or 5 that is more than one piece
(i.e. a bed or a picnic table) please contact superintendent, Rich Ruess, at       CLASS 33 - CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES
(419) 668-4521, about what to bring for display and possibly using their                                   Interview judged on Monday
project space for display of smaller items.                                              ENTRY NUMBERS:
▸ Diagrams or plans used in construction should be brought to judging, along       1.Lawn Care             2.00 1.00 .50
with completed project book.                                                       2.Let's Explore Outdoors I                   2.00 1.00 .50
       ENTRY NUMBERS:                                                              3.Exploring Our Forests                      2.00 1.00 .50
1.Large Furniture (larger than 3'x3'x3'; desk, cabinet, etc.)          3.00        4.Tree Planting         2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00                                                                          5.Exploring Ohio Ponds                       2.00 1.00 .50
2.Small Furniture          3.00 2.00 1.00                                          6.Ohio Birds (First Year)                    2.00 1.00 .50
       (3'x3'x3' or smaller; end table, night stand, etc.)                         7.Ohio Birds (Second Year and Beyond)        2.00 1.00 .50
3.Large Article            3.00 2.00 1.00                                          8.Trapping Muskrats in Ohio                  2.00 1.00 .50
(larger than 18"x18"x18"; shelf, quilt rack, etc.; does not include furniture)     9.Fishing for the Beginner                   2.00 1.00 .50
4.Large Painted Article                           3.00 2.00 1.00                   10.Fishing for the Intermediate              2.00 1.00 .50
       (larger than 18"x18"x18"; may include furniture)                            11.Safe Use of Guns 2.00 1.00 .50
5.Outdoor Furniture (lawn furniture, dog house, etc.)        3.00 2.00 1.00        12.Archery2.00 1.00 .50
6.Bird House or Feeding Station                   3.00 2.00 1.00                   13.Shooting Sports 2.00 1.00 .50
7.Large Kitchen Equipment                         3.00 2.00 1.00                   14.Bees (pound of strained honey, must be sealed)      2.00 1.00 .50
       (Spice rack, potato or bread box, etc.)                                     15.Bees (one comb of honey, must be sealed) 2.00 1.00 .50
8.Footstools               3.00 2.00 1.00                                          16.Bees (CLOSED observation hive with bees)            2.00 1.00 .50
9.Small Article            3.00 2.00 1.00                                          17.Bees (educational display)                2.00 1.00 .50
       (18"x18"x18" or smaller; picture frame, shelf, etc.)                        18.Exploring our Insect World I              2.00 1.00 .50
10.Bookends                3.00 2.00 1.00                                          19.Exploring our Insect World II             2.00 1.00 .50
11.Small Kitchen Equipment                        3.00 2.00 1.00
       (cutting board, note or napkin holder, etc.)                                CLASS 34 - AEROSPACE SCIENCE, RADIO CONTROLLED
12.Small Painted Article (18"x18"x18" or smaller)            3.00 2.00 1.00        VEHICLES& ROBOTICS
13.Small Workshop Equipment                       3.00 2.00 1.00                                            Interview judged on Tuesday
       (nail or tool tray, bench hook, concrete float, etc.)                       ▸ Exhibits must be built or modified by exhibitor; pre-built models are
14.Saw Horse (1 saw horse)                        3.00 2.00 1.00                   ineligible for competition.
15.Large Workshop Equipment (stepladder, creeper, etc.) 3.00 2.00 1.00             ▸ Estes rockets may not have igniters when on display.
                                                                                   ▸ Rocket exhibits do not have to have been launched, but exhibitor must have
SPECIAL FAIR NOTES: Fair Entry Cards - All woodworking projects                    launched a rocket during project work.
should be described on the Fair entry card (describe the exhibit, don't just       ▸ Radio controlled airplanes, boats and gas-powered vehicles are ineligible
give the name; if possible, include dimensions. Example: Night Stand,              for state fair competition.
15"x18"x24"; instead of "Small Finished Furniture").                               ▸ Robots may be brought to judging, but will not be part of the display.
                                                                                         ENTRY NUMBERS:
SPACE RESTRICTIONS:                                                                1.Estes Rockets - First Year
1. Beds - only the head and/or foot boards may be exhibited at the Fair due to           A.Junior (ages 8-13 as of Jan. 1st)    2.00 1.00 .50
limited space. Must bring pictures of entire assembled project to the interview          B.Senior (ages 14-18 as of Jan. 1st)   2.00 1.00 .50
for the judge to examine. (Photos may be mounted on poster board and left          2.Estes Rockets - Second Year and Beyond
with the project.)                                                                       A.Junior (ages 9-13 as of Jan. 1st)    2.00 1.00 .50
      B.Senior (ages 14-18 as of Jan. 1st)    2.00 1.00 .50                           ENTRY NUMBERS:
3.2 Liter Bottle Rockets - First Year                                           1. Welding Panel        Outstanding Projects $2.00
      A.Junior (ages 8-13 as of Jan. 1st)     2.00 1.00 .50                           (mounted on a board no larger than 24"x24"; see Miscellaneous
      B.Senior (ages 14-18 as of Jan. 1st)    2.00 1.00 .50                           Outdoor Fair Exhibit Requirements letter for specifics on the panel)
4.2 Liter Bottle Rockets - Second Year and Beyond        2.00 1.00 .50          2. Other Project From Book                     Outstanding Projects $2.00
5.Airplanes - Plastic                                                                 (boot scraper, chipping hammer, jig, Christmas tree stand, post driver,
      A.First Year Exhibitor                  2.00 1.00 .50                           electrode holder, pedestal, welding table, shelf bracket)
      B.Second Year and Beyond Exhibitor 2.00 1.00 .50
6.Airplanes - Wood                                                              CLASS 40 - ADVANCED METALWORKING
      A.First Year Exhibitor                  2.00 1.00 .50                                              Interview judged on Tuesday
      B.Second Year and Beyond Exhibitor 2.00 1.00 .50                          ▸ Maximum of two entries per exhibitor
7.Airplanes - Educational Exhibit             2.00 1.00 .50                     ▸ Exhibitors with large entries or entries that are more than one piece or a
8.Radio Controlled Vehicles                                                     picnic table, please contact superintendent, Rich Ruess, at (419) 668-4521,
      A.Beginning Exhibitor                   2.00 1.00 .50                     about what to bring for display and possibly using their project space for
      (1st year exhibitors do not have to purchase a radio controlled vehicle   display of smaller items.
      kit)                                                                            ENTRY NUMBERS:
      B.Advanced Exhibitor                    2.00 1.00 .50                     1.Large Welded Object (Need two hands to hold)
      (Who modified their original radio controlled vehicle or purchased and          A. Project with over 18" of welded bead              2.00 1.00 .50
assembled a more advanced radio controlled vehicle)                                   B. Project with less than or equal to 18" of welded bead        2.00
9.Robotics, Level 1 2.00 1.00 .50                                               1.00 .50
10.Robotics, Level 2 2.00 1.00 .50                                              2.Small Welded Object                          2.00 1.00 .50
                                                                                      (Can easily be handled with one hand)
CLASS 35 - MISCELLANEOUS OUTDOOR PROJECTS                                       3.6011 Rod Welding Panel                       2.00 1.00 .50
                       Interview judged on Monday                                     (1/4" metal; 3" butt, T, & lap welds on a board no larger than 24"x24")
     ENTRY NUMBERS:                                                             4.6013 Rod Welding Panel                       2.00 1.00 .50
1.Veterinary Science 1 (From Airedales to Zebras)      2.00 1.00 .50                  (1/4" metal; 3" butt, T & lap welds on a board no larger than 24"x24")
2.Veterinary Science 2 (All Systems Go!)     2.00 1.00 .50                      5.Oxy-acetylene Welding & Cutting Panel 2.00 1.00 .50
3.Veterinary Science 3 (On the Cutting Edge) 2.00 1.00 .50                            (3" fusion corner weld, 3" brazed T, 3" steel butt weld, example
4.Bicycle Adventure I 2.00 1.00 .50                                                   of cut metal on a board no larger than 24"x24")
5.Bicycle Adventure II2.00 1.00 .50                                             6.Chisels/Punches       2.00 1.00 .50
6.Bicycle Adventure III                      2.00 1.00 .50                      7.Forging Articles      2.00 1.00 .50
7.Rope                                                                          8.Soldering Articles 2.00 1.00 .50
     A.First Year Exhibitor                  2.00 1.00 .50                      9.Small Metal Machining Project                2.00 1.00 .50
     (24"x 24" board, or smaller, with 10 knots)                                      (project using bending or cutting threads)
     B.Second Year and Beyond Exhibitor 2.00 1.00 .50                           10.Tool Fitting Panel 2.00 1.00 .50
8.Miscellaneous Self-Determined              2.00 1.00 .50                            (Conditioning and sharpening of the following: Wood Chisel or Plane
                                                                                      Iron; Twist Drill; Exhibitor's Choice; on board no larger than 24"x24")
CLASS 36 - LEADERSHIP & WORKFORCE PREPARATION                                   SIZE RESTRICTIONS:
                        Interview judged on Monday                              ▸Picnic tables and other lawn furniture should be no larger than 5' x 8'. Other
     ENTRY NUMBERS:                                                             large welded projects should be no higher than 8'.
1.One-on-One           2.00 1.00 .50                                            ▸Large welded articles, which take up more than 16 square feet of floor
2.4-H Club Teen Leadership                  2.00 1.00 .50                       space, will be displayed outdoors.
3.Multi-Level Teen Leadership               2.00 1.00 .50                       ▸Exhibitor is responsible for unloading, placing and loading large items.
4.Teen Leadership On The Job                2.00 1.00 .50                       ▸Exhibit may not be heavier than four people can lift and move!
5.Teen Boardmanship 2.00 1.00 .50
6.Speak Out!           2.00 1.00 .50                                                        FFA DEPARTMENT - Superintendent: Libby French
7. Get in the Act! Take 1                   2.00 1.00 .50                       ▸ A premier exhibitor will be selected upon the following basis from any of
                                                                                the FFA Still Projects, regardless of size or class: construction &
CLASS 37 - POWER EQUIPMENT                                                      workmanship, utility & adaptation to agricultural use, and material & finish.
                         Interview judged on Tuesday                            ▸ Shop projects will be judged on the following basis: Construction and
      ENTRY NUMBERS:                                                            workmanship - 50 points; Utility and adaption to agricultural use - 35 points;
1.Crank It Up           2.00 1.00 .50                                           Material and finish - 15 points.
2.Warm it Up            2.00 1.00 .50                                           ▸ Suitability of materials used in construction of projects will be taken into
3.Tune it Up            2.00 1.00 .50                                           consideration during judging.
4.Refurbished Power Equipment/Vehicles       2.00 1.00   .50                    ▸ Each entry will include a shop plan which details the project construction
5. Tractor 1: Starting Up                    2.00 1.00   .50                    and a 3 x 5 card itemizing materials used and their cost.
6. Tractor 2: Gearing Up for Safety          2.00 1.00   .50                    ▸ Entries are to be made from ITAC-based instruction projects constructed in
7.Tractor 3: Moving Out                      2.00 1.00   .50                    2008/2009 school year under the instruction of the agricultural education
8.Tractor 4: Learning More                   2.00 1.00   .50                    instructor. Projects not based on ITAC’s are subject to disqualification.
                                                                                ▸ Unworthy entries and entries of poor construction and finish will not be
CLASS 38 - ELECTRICITY                                                          placed on display and will not be eligible for placings or premiums.
                         Interview judged on Tuesday                            CLASS 43 - FFA WOODWORKING
      ENTRY NUMBERS:                                                                  ENTRY NUMBERS:
1.Magic of Electricity 2.00 1.00 .50                                            1. FFA Sawhorse          5.00 4.00 3.00
2.Investigating Electricity                  2.00 1.00 .50                      2. Small Project (Construction value of $0 to $25)         5.00 4.00 3.00
3.Wired for Power       2.00 1.00 .50                                           3. Medium Project (Construction value of $26 to $125) 5.00 4.00 3.00
4.Entering Electronics 2.00 1.00 .50                                            4. Large Project (Construction value of $126 and up)       5.00 4.00 3.00
5.Science Fun with Electricity               2.00 1.00 .50
                                                                                CLASS 44 - FFA WELDING
CLASS 39 - BEGINNING METALWORKING                                               ▸ Projects may be constructed by any mode of welding.
                        Interview judged on Tuesday                             ▸ All welds must be visible.
▸ Entries limited to 4-H project #572, Arcs & Sparks, first year exhibitors.          ENTRY NUMBERS:
▸ Each exhibitor must make two entries: enter one welding panel and one         1. Small Project (Construction value of $0 to $25)       5.00 4.00 3.00
other project from the book.                                                    2. Medium Project (Construction value of $26 to $125)    5.00 4.00 3.00
▸ Welding must be done with an arc welder (shielded metal arc welding).         3. Large Project (Construction value of $126 and up)     5.00 4.00 3.00
▸ Up to 50% of Beginning Metalworking projects (maximum of ten) will be         CLASS 45 - FFA ELECTRICAL PROJECTS
named “Outstanding” and be marked with a special sticker.                       1. Small Project (Construction value of $0 to $25)       5.00 4.00 3.00
2. Medium Project (Construction value of $26 to $125) 5.00 4.00 3.00                 Dairy Skillathon: The Dairy Skillathons will be offered two times. Exhibitors
3. Large Project (Construction value of $126 and up)        5.00 4.00 3.00           may take it at the Dairy Clinic on Tuesday, July 14 at 6:30 p.m. or during the
CLASS 46 - FFA SMALL ENGINE PROJECTS                                                 fair on Wednesday, August 19 in the Auctioneer G.A. Pickworth Judging
1. Engine Display Board                         5.00 4.00 3.00                       Pavilion, Multi-Purpose Room. Senior (ages 15-18, as of January 1) and
2. Any Other Exhibit 5.00 4.00 3.00                                                  Intermediate (ages 12-14, as of January 1) exhibitors will take the Skillathon
CLASS 47 - REFURBISHED POWER EQUIPMENT/VEHICLES                                      at 1:00 p.m. Junior exhibitors (ages 8-11, as of January 1) will take the
Any exhibit approved by advisor                 5.00 4.00 3.00                       Skillathon at 1:30 p.m. Dairy exhibitors who cannot participate during the
CLASS 48 - FFA SAE POSTERS                                                           regular times should see a superintendent on Wednesday at the latest.
▸ SAE posters will be graded on the following criteria: Originality and
creativity within caption of photo - 25 points; Effective portrayal of ITAC          All dairy exhibitors participating in the Skillathon will receive $10.00 from
competencies in four to six pictures, all the same size, in either 5" x 7" or 4" x   the Huron County Dairy Boosters. The Dairy Boosters will also provide
6" - 50 points; Quality and clarity of student’s display - 25 points.                premiums for first through fifth place dairy exhibitors in each division as
▸ The exhibit must be displayed on 22" x 28" poster board.                           follows: 1st place - $30.00, 2nd place - $20.00, 3rd place - $15.00, 4th place -
▸ Graphic reproductions for photos is admissible.                                    $10.00, 5th place - $5.00 . Prizes will be awarded to dairy exhibitors (others
▸ Captions should be 50 words or less.                                               may participate, but will be ineligible for prizes).
      ENTRY NUMBERS:
1. Entrepreneurship Poster                      5.00 4.00 3.00                       Premier Dairy Exhibitor: To encourage Junior Fair exhibitors to show interest
2 .Job Placement Poster                         5.00 4.00 3.00                       and demonstrate progress with their projects and knowledge of dairying. The
3 .Improvement Project Poster                   5.00 4.00 3.00                       award is open to senior dairy exhibitors only (ages 15-18, as of January 1).
                                                                                     Points will be tabulated on showmanship placing, class placing, dairy judging
                       CLOVERBUD DEPARTMENT                                          contest placing and skillathon placing. Placings of 1st - 4th will earn 1, 2, 3 &
            Superintendents: Brandi Simpson & Sarah Martin                           4 points respectively. Participating in an event is worth 5 points if exhibitor
     Scheduled interviews on Monday, August 17 starting at 9:00 a.m.                 does not place. Exhibitor must participate in all four events to be eligible.
▸ Cloverbud interviews are held in the south end of the FCS building.                Low score overall wins. Ties will be broken with the Dairy Skillathon score.
▸ Cloverbud exhibits in the Cloverbud Barn between the FCS building and
the Commercial Building.                                                             Outstanding Dairy Exhibitors: The top three exhibitors in each age division
▸ Specific interview times will be scheduled.                                        (Sr., Int., and Jr.) will be recognized with a monetary award from the Huron
▸ Cloverbud interviews are special "show and tell" interviews. Cloverbud             Co. Dairy Boosters. The Premier Dairy Exhibitor scoring system will be used.
projects will not be graded or placed.
▸ Cloverbud exhibit guidelines are listed on the celery colored Huron County         Silent Auction: The Huron County Dairy Boosters will hold a silent auction
Cloverbud 4-H Program sheet.                                                         at the fair to raise money to support the Junior Fair Dairy program. Items for
▸ All Cloverbuds completing their interview and exhibiting at the fair will          the silent auction may be donated by contacting Fred or Becky Albright at
receive a special participation ribbon.                                              (419) 668-6660. The Silent Auction will be held in front of the Junior Fair
▸ Cloverbud fair entries are made on a special blue colored fair entry card.         Dairy Barn. Silent Auction bids will be taken from Monday morning until
▸ No one allowed in the FCS Building in the interview area on Monday.                4:00 p.m. on Saturday. Bids must be in even dollar increments. Winning bids
CLASS 49 - CLOVERBUDS                                                                announced at 4:00 p.m. on Saturday. Items must be paid when picked up.
      EXHIBIT NUMBERS:
K. Kindergarten         Participation Ribbons                                        Dairy Judging Contest: A dairy judging contest will be held on Thursday,
1. First Grade          Participation Ribbons                                        August 20 at 2:00 p.m. in the Auctioneer G.A. Pickworth Judging Pavilion.
2. Second Grade         Participation Ribbons                                        All Junior Fair Exhibitors are invited to participate. 124R - Techniques of
                                                                                     Judging Dairy Cattle is available from the Extension Office for $14.00 to help
              LIVESTOCK DEPARTMENTS                                                  members prepare for the contest. The contest is an individual contest, broken
                                                                                     into Senior (ages 15-18, as of January 1), Intermediate (ages 12-14, as of
      (Fair entry cards must be filled out for all showmanship classes!)
                                                                                     January 1) and Junior Divisions (ages 8-11, as of January 1). Oral reasons are
                                                                                     not included. Huron County Dairy Boosters will provide the following prizes
If an animal is ineligible to show, it is ineligible to sell. Exhibitors must meet
                                                                                     in each division : 1st place - $25.00, 2nd place - $20.00, 3rd place - $15.00, 4th
department completion requirements to be eligible to sell.
                                                                                     place - $10.00, and 5th-10th places - $5.00 each. Prizes will be open to ALL
                                                                                     Huron County Junior Fair exhibitors.
                    DAIRY CATTLE DEPARTMENT
             Superintendents:- Sarah Lucha & Krista Albright
                                                                                     ▸ Dairy will sell in the Lg. Livestock Sale after dairy steers for a premium
                                                                                     bid.
Exhibitor Meeting on Sunday, August 16 at 2:30 p.m. in the Judging Pav.
                                                                                     ▸ Exhibitors may sell a maximum of two lots in the sale(s) of their choice,
Sr. & Int. Skillathon on Wednesday, August 19 at 1:00 p.m.
                                                                                     excluding the Back to the Farm Feeder Calf Sale. One dairy lot total allowed.
Jr. Skillathon on Wednesday, August 19 at 1:30 p.m.
                                                                                     ▸ Dairy Supreme Champion will enter the ring first; followed by Dairy
Dairy Judging Contest on Thursday, August 20 at 2:00 p.m.
                                                                                     Supreme Junior Champion.
Show on Friday, August 21 at 9:00 a.m.
                                                                                     ▸ The exhibitor with the Dairy Supreme Champion will pose in the Large
Large Livestock Sale on Saturday, August 22 at 9:00 a.m.
                                                                                     Livestock Sale Champions picture on Friday at 4:00 p.m. at the Auctioneer
                                                                                     G.A. Pickworth Judging Pavilion picture booth.
The Junior Fair Dairy Show and Open Class Dairy Show will be combined.
                                                                                     ▸ Dairy Supreme Champion and Dairy Supreme Junior Champion will be
Junior exhibitors with purebred cattle are encouraged to enter the Open Class
                                                                                     tied in the Auctioneer G.A. Pickworth Judging Pavilion by 8:15 a.m. on
Show, but this is not required. Open Class entry forms are in the middle of the
                                                                                     Saturday and will remain there throughout the sale. They will have their
fair book. Entry deadline for Open Class is July 31.
                                                                                     picture taken with the top bidder after they leave the ring and will return to
                                                                                     their barns following the sale.
Project Completion Requirements: All dairy cattle exhibitors must participate
in either the Dairy Skillathon or Dairy Showmanship to complete their project
                                                                                     CLASS 50 - DAIRY CATTLE SHOWMANSHIP
requirements. Exhibitors are encouraged to participate in both. Dairy project
                                                                                     ENTRY NUMBERS:
members without an exhibit must be interviewed and participate in the Dairy
                                                                                     1. Senior Dairy Showmanship (Ages 15-18 as of Jan. 1)
Skillathon to be complete.
                                                                                     2. Intermediate Dairy Showmanship (Ages 12-14 as of Jan. 1)
                                                                                     3. Junior Dairy Showmanship (Ages 8-11 as of Jan. 1)
Vaccination Requirements: All dairy cattle exhibited at the Huron County Fair
                                                                                     CLASS 51 - HOLSTEIN
must be vaccinated with a 9 way vaccine. Dairy cattle must show no
                                                                                     CLASS 52 - AYRSHIRE
symptoms or evidence of an infectious or contagious disease. Exhibitors must
                                                                                     CLASS 53 - GUERNSEY
submit one completed Drug Use Notification Form per animal.
                                                                                     CLASS 54 - JERSEY
                                                                                     CLASS 55 - BROWN SWISS
NEW FOR 2009: Jr. Fair exhibitors will be assigned a back number for
                                                                                     CLASS 56 - MILKING SHORTHORN
showmanship and for each animal shown. Open Class exhibitors will receive
back numbers specific to their farm.
                                                                                     NOTE: Indicate class number and entry number for each dairy animal
exhibited at the fair, birth date must be included.                              August 16. Scrapie tattooing must be done prior to the fair. Goats without
▸Indicate on fair entry card if animals will be housed in Junior Fair Dairy      proper scrapie identification are ineligible for exhibit and will be sent home.
Barn or Open Class Cattle Barn. Junior Fair dairy cattle may only be housed      Market kids must have scrapie ID plus individual ID.
in the Open Class Cattle Barn if they are entered in both Jr. Fair and Open
Class.                                                                           Goat Skillathon: New day and time: A Goat Skillathon will be held on
▸Breed classes will begin after Kiddie Showmanship. Each entry number will       Tuesday, August 18 from 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. in the Auctioneer G.A. Pickworth
rotate through all breeds. Breed show order will be Ayrshires, Brown Swiss,      Judging Pavilion, Multi-Purpose Room. There will be two divisions: Senior
Guernsey, Holstein, Jersey, and Milking Shorthorns.                              Division (for ages 14-18, as of January 1) and Junior Division (for ages 8-13,
▸Animals will show where breed characteristics predominate.                      as of January 1). There is a one hour time limit for taking the skillathon. The
▸New for 2009: Cows will show before heifer & calves to allow a more             skillathon is open to all Junior Fair Exhibitors. Participants will rotate through
timely milk out.                                                                 several stations, each with a different goat related topic. Prizes will be
ENTRY NUMBERS:                                                                   awarded to top scoring senior and junior goat exhibitors (others may
1.Junior Heifer Calf 6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00                                         participate, but will be ineligible for prizes).
 (born on or after March 1, 2009 and over 4 months of age)
2.Intermediate Heifer Calf                      6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00              Goat Herdsman Award: A goat herdsman award will be given out on
 (born December 1, 2008 through February 28, 2009)                               Saturday at the beginning of the Pygmy/Fiber Goat show. The award will go
3.Senior Heifer Calf 6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00                                         to the goat exhibitor who, throughout the entire fair: takes care of their
 (born September 1, 2008 through November 30, 2008)                              animals, maintains a clean barn, is courteous and helpful, participates in goat
4.Summer Yearling Heifer                        6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00              activities, and helps educate fair goers about goats. The award is a silver tray.
 (born June 1, 2008 through August 31, 2008)
5.Junior Yearling Heifer                        6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00              No one may talk to the judge or enter the ring during a show. After the show,
 (born March 1, 2008 through May 31, 2008)                                       requests to speak to the judge must go through a goat superintendent. If the
6.Intermediate- Senior Yearling Heifer          6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00              judge agrees to take questions, the superintendent and exhibitor must be
 (born December 1, 2007 through February 29, 2008)                               present. The exhibitor must ask the questions.
7.Senior Yearling Heifer                        6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00              New for 2009: Goats should be fit according to breed standard. All market
 (born September 1, 2007 through November 30, 2007)                              kids must be shaved. It is recommended that they be shaved 2 weeks prior to
8.Two Year Old Cow 6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00                                           fair.
 (born September 1, 2006 through August 31, 2007)                                ▸ Sign up on Sunday for barn duty.
9.Three Year Old Cow 6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00                                         ▸ All goat exhibitors must participate in showmanship to receive premiums.
 (born September 1, 2005 through August 31, 2006)                                ▸ All goat exhibitors will participate in interview judging. All members must
10.Four Year Old Cow6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00                                          be interviewed to receive a completed project grade! Each interview will last
 (born September 1, 2004 through August 31, 2005)                                approximately 5 minutes.
11.Aged Cow              6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00                                     ▸ Goat interview judging will begin at 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday. Exhibitors
 (Five years old and over, born before September 1, 2004                         with entries in the Dairy/Recreation Show will be interviewed first. Pygmy,
12.Dry Cow, 3 years and older                   6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00              Fiber and Meat goat exhibitors will be interviewed at 10:00 a.m.
                                                                                 ▸ Goats no longer participate in the Outstanding Exhibit Program, but all goat
SHOW ORDER:                                                                      pens will be inspected daily. Unacceptable exhibits will be warned. After two
1.Jr. Fair Senior Showmanship (ages 15-18 as of January 1st)                     warnings the animals will be sent home.
2.Jr. Fair Intermediate Showmanship (ages 12-14 as of January 1st)               ▸ All exhibitors will be limited to two entries in each entry number.
3.Jr. Fair Junior Showmanship (ages 8-11 as of January 1st)                      ▸ Dry does will show in regular doe classes according to their age.
4. Kiddie Showmanship (Open Class Only)                                          ▸ All horned animals are barred from the fairgrounds, except breeding meat
5. Cow Classes - Entry numbers 8-12 (Each breed, alphabetically, shows each      does, Pygmies and fiber goats. NOTE: Horns may get caught in the pen wire.
       entry number) - Jr. Fair & Open Class entries show together.              Exhibitors are responsible to protect their own project animals.
6.Heifer & Calf Classes - Entry numbers 1-7 (same format as cow classes)         ▸ The Goat Committee strongly recommends that all breeding meat does and
7.Presentation of Jr. Fair Skillathon & Judging Contest Awards                   Pygmy goats be dehorned for safety reasons.
8.Jr. Fair Premier and Outstanding Dairy Exhibitors Announced                    ▸ All male goats must be castrated, showing no signs of testicular tissue, and
9. Open Class Best Females & Produce of Dam Classes                              be healed or they will be sent home. Superintendent’s decision is final.
10. Open Class Bull Classes                                                      ▸ Superintendents will thoroughly examine all animals entering the goat barn
                                                                                 and will check all market kids for testicular tissue.
                        GOAT DEPARTMENT                                          ▸ All bucks are banned from the fairgrounds, regardless of age.
              Superintendents: Diane Sergalis, John Bentley,                     ▸ Prong collars are not permissible.
                 Sara Bentley, Bill Ogilvy, Janice Strojin                       ▸ Indicate the total number of breeding and market animals to be exhibited by
                                                                                 each exhibitor on the bottom of one entry card. This will assist with pen
Weigh-in for market kids on Sunday, August 16 at 2:30 p.m.                       setup.
Skillathon on Tuesday, August 18 from 9:00 - 11:00 a.m.
Interview Judging for Dairy/Rec on Wednesday, August 19 at 8:00 a.m.             MARKET KID RULES:
Interview Judging for Pygmy/Fiber & Meat on Wed. Aug. 19 at 10 a.m.              ▸ New for 2009: All market kids (dairy and meat) must be weighed at 2:30
Dairy/Recreation Goat Show on Wednesday, August 19 at 11:00 a.m.                 p.m. Sunday to be eligible to sell.
Meat Goat Show on Wednesday, August 19 at 5:00 p.m.                              ▸ ALL market kids must be dehorned.
Pygmy/Fiber Goat Show on Saturday, August 22 at 2:00 p.m.                        ▸New for 2009: All market kids must be shaved. It is recommended that they
                                                                                 be shaved two weeks prior to fair.
New for 2009: Check above list carefully. Many days and times for goat           ▸ Eligible to sell one lot of meat market kids and/or one lot of dairy market
shows and activities have changed!                                               kids in Small Livestock Sale (One lot of market kids is 1 or 2 animals.) Each
                                                                                 exhibitor may sell up to two lots in the Small and/or Large Livestock Sales.
Project Completion Requirements: All goat exhibitors must participate in goat    ▸ Grand and Reserve Champions must sell and are mandatory terminal.
interview judging and a goat showmanship class to complete their project         Grand and reserve champion dairy market kids and meat market kids will go
requirements. Exhibitors are encouraged to participate in the Goat Skillathon.   directly to market. They will be sold and shipped to a packing house or
                                                                                 custom packing facility. They may not be picked up by a private hauler.
Vaccination Requirements: There are no specific vaccination requirements for     ▸ Grand champion dairy and meat market kids and their exhibitors will pose
goats. Goats must show no symptoms or evidence of an infectious or               in the Small Livestock Sale Champions picture on Thursday at 5:30 p.m. at
contagious disease. Exhibitors must submit a completed Drug Use                  the Auctioneer G.A. Pickworth Judging Pavilion picture booth.
Notification Form for each animal.                                               ▸ Grand and Reserve Champion dairy and meat market kids will be penned in
                                                                                 the Auctioneer G.A. Pickworth Judging Pavilion by 5:45 p.m. on Thursday
Scrapie Identification: ALL goats must have proper scrapie identification,       and will remain there throughout the sale. They will have their picture taken
either a USDA official ear tag, a USDA approved tattoo, or breed registration    with their buyer after they leave the ring and will return to their pens after the
tattoo with original registration papers. A completed Scrapie information        sale.
sheet must be turned in for each goat during check in at the fair on Sunday,     ▸ Market kids may be wethers or cull does not used for breeding.
▸ Market kid classes broken by weight.                                            4.Yearling Doe           6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00
▸ Recommended weight for market kids is 60-90 pounds and must be born                 (over 18 months old through 24 months old, day of show)
after Jan. 1, current year.                                                       5.Two/Three Year Old Doe                        6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00
▸New for 2009: Market kids must have proper scrapie ID and individual ID.             (Over 24 months old through 48 months old, day of show)
▸ Minimum weight for a market kid to sell is 50 pounds.                           6.Aged Doe (over 48 months old, day of show)              6.00 5.00        3.00
▸ Must indicate at time of weigh-in if selling your market kid(s).                2.00
                                                                                  CLASS 66 - MINIATURE DAIRY GOATS6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00
CLASS 59 - GOAT POSTER CONTEST                                                        (all ages, all breeds, does & wethers)
ENTRY NUMBERS:                                                                    CLASS 67 - HARNESS GOATS & PACK GOATS
1. Senior (Ages 15-18 as of Jan.1)             3.00 2.00 1.00 .50 R               ENTRY NUMBERS:
       (Topic: Design Your Ideal Goat Facilities, must include estimated costs)   1.Harness Without Cart or With Travois          6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00
2.Intermediate (Ages 12-14 as of Jan.1)        3.00 2.00 1.00 .50 R               2.Harness With Cart 6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00
       (Topic: Proper Hoof Trimming and Related Disorders)                        3.Harness Team - With Cart                      6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00
3.Junior (Ages 8-11 as of Jan.1)               3.00 2.00 1.00 .50 R               4. Single Pack (all pack goat exhibitors eligible)        6.00 5.00        3.00
       (Topic: According to Breed Standard, How should Your Goat be Fit for       2.00
       Show?)                                                                     5. Double Pack           6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00
CLASS 60 - GOAT SHOWMANSHIP                                                           (second year and beyond pack goat exhibitors only)
NOTE: Showmanship recommendations are located in the back of the yellow           CLASS 68 - DAIRY JUNIOR DOES
Livestock Fair Requirements Letter.                                               ENTRY NUMBERS:
ENTRY NUMBERS:                                                                    1.Junior Kid (born on or after April 1, this year)        6.00 5.00        3.00
1. Senior Dairy/Recreation Goat Showmanship (Ages 15-18 as of Jan. 1)             2.00
2. Int. Dairy/Recreation Goat Showmanship (Ages 12-14 as of Jan. 1)               2.Senior Kid (born Jan. 1-March 31, this year)            6.00 5.00        3.00
3. Junior Dairy/Recreation Goat Showmanship (Ages 8-11 as of Jan. 1)              2.00
4. Beginner Dairy/Recreation Goat Showmanship (First time exhibitor,              3.Junior Yearling        6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00
    regardless of age; Option of beginning exhibitor to enter regular age             (dry, under 1 year old, day of show and born before Jan. 1, this year)
    division or beginner showmanship class.)                                      4.Senior Yearling        6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00
5. Sr. Meat Goat Showmanship (Ages 15-18 as of Jan. 1)                                (dry, 1 year old and under 2 years old, day of show)
6. Int. Meat Goat Showmanship (Ages 12-14 as of Jan. 1)                           CLASS 69 - DAIRY SENIOR DOES
7. Jr. Meat Goat Showmanship (Ages 8-11 as of Jan. 1)                             ENTRY NUMBERS:
8. Beginner Meat Goat Showmanship (First time exhibitor, regardless of age;       1.Yearling Doe           6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00
    Option of beginning exhibitor to enter regular age division or beginner           (1 year old & under 2 years old, day of show)
    showmanship class.)                                                           2.Two Year Old Doe 6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00
9. Sr. Pygmy/Fiber Goat Showmanship (Ages 15-18 as of Jan. 1)                         (2 years old and under 3 years old, day of show)
10. Int. Pygmy/Fiber Goat Showmanship (Ages 12-14 as of Jan. 1)                   3.Three Year Old Doe 6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00
11. Jr. Pygmy/Fiber Goat Showmanship (Ages 8-11 as of Jan. 1)                         (3 years old and under 5 years old, day of show)
12. Beginner Pygmy/Fiber Goat Showmanship (First time exhibitor,                  4.Aged Doe               6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00
regardless of age; Option of beginning exhibitor to enter regular age division        (5 years old and over, day of show)
or beginner showmanship class.)                                                   5.Best Udder             6.00
CLASS 61 - PYGMY                                                                  NOTE: Indicate class number and entry number. Pre-entry not required for
ENTRY NUMBERS:                                                                    Best Udder.
1. Junior Doe Kid (Under 6 months old, day of show) 6.00           5.00 3.00
2.00                                                                              DAIRY/MEAT/RECREATION GOAT SHOW ORDER:
2. Intermediate Doe Kid                        6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00                1. Senior Showmanship (ages 15-18 as of January 1st)
    (6 months old to under 1 year old, day of show)                                   (Winner will compete in Overall Goat Showman class during the Meat
3. Senior Doe Kid - 1-2 years                  6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00                    Goat Show to determine representative in Showman of Showmen
    (1 year old through under 2 years old, day of show)                               Contest.)
4. Senior Doe - 2-4 years                      6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00                2. Intermediate Showmanship (ages 12-14 as of January 1st)
    (2 years old through under 4 years old, day of show)                          3. Junior Showmanship (ages 8-11 as of January 1st)
5. Aged Doe (4 years old and over, day of show)            6.00    5.00 3.00      4. Beginner Showmanship (first time exhibitor, regardless of age)
2.00                                                                              5. Dairy Market Kids (entry number 1; broken into weight classes, if needed)
6. Junior Wether (Under 1 year old, day of show)           6.00    5.00 3.00      6. Nigerian Dwarf Wethers
2.00                                                                              7. Nigerian Dwarf Junior Does
7. Intermediate Wether6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00                                         8. Nigerian Dwarf Senior Does
    (1 year old and under 3 years old, day of show)                               9. Nigerian Dwarf Best Udder (all Senior Nigerian Dwarf Does are eligible)
8.Senior Wethers (3 years old and over, day of show)       .6.00 5.00 3.00        10. Miniature Goats
2.00                                                                              11. Harness Goats - without cart or with travois
CLASS 62 - FIBER GOATS                         6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00                12. Harness Goats with cart (entry numbers 2 & 3 in order)
CLASS 63 - MARKET KIDS                                                            13. Champion Harness Goats - with cart (class winners from entries 2 & 3)
ENTRY NUMBERS:                                                                    14. 15 Minute Break
1. Dairy Market Kid 6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00                                           15. Pack Goats - Single
2. Meat Market Kid (purebred or crossbred) 6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00                    16. Pack Goats - Double
CLASS 64 - NIGERIAN DWARF                                                         17. Dairy Junior Does (entry numbers 1,2,3 & 4 in order)
ENTRY NUMBERS:                                                                    18. Champion Junior Doe (class winners from entries 1, 2, 3 & 4)
1.Nigerian Dwarf Wether (all ages)             6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00                19. Dairy Senior Does (entry numbers 1,2,3 & 4 in order)
2.Jr Doe (dry does under 2 years old, day of show)         6.00    5.00 3.00      20. Champion Senior Doe (class winners from entries 1, 2, 3 & 4)
2.00                                                                              21. Dairy Best Udder (all does shown in Senior Doe classes are eligible)
3.Senior Doe (ages 2 & over, day of show) 6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00
4.Best Udder           6.00                                                       MEAT GOAT SHOW ORDER:
CLASS 65 - MEAT DOES (purebred or crossbred)               6.00    5.00 3.00      1. Presentation of Goat Skillathon Awards
2.00                                                                              2. Senior Showmanship (ages 15-18 as of January 1st)
ENTRY NUMBERS:                                                                        (Winner will compete in Overall Goat Showman class, to determine goat
1.Junior Kid (six months old and under, day of show)       6.00    5.00 3.00          representative in Showman of Showmen Contest.)
2.00                                                                              3. Intermediate Showmanship (ages 12-14 as of January 1st)
2.Intermediate Kid     6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00                                        4. Junior Showmanship (ages 8-11 as of January 1st)
    (over six months old through 12 months old, day of show)                      5. Beginner Showmanship (first time exhibitor, regardless of age)
3.Senior Kid           6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00                                        6. Overall Goat Showman (Winning Senior showman from Dairy/Recreation
    (Over 12 months old through 18 months old, day of show)                           goats and Meat goats compete. Interested seniors with Pygmy or Fiber
    goats may also compete. Winner represents goats in the Showman of             Beef Skillathon: A mandatory Beef Skillathon will be held on Sunday,
    Showmen contest.)                                                             August 16 at 1:00 p.m. in the Doug Wilson Barn, following a short
7. Meat Market Kids (entry number 2; broken into weight classes)                  Exhibitor’s Meeting. All carcass cattle, beef steer/heifer, dairy steer, feeder
8. Champion Meat Market Kid (all weight division class winners)                   calf and beef breeding exhibitors are required to participate in the skillathon.
9. Meat Junior Does (purebred or crossbred, entry numbers 1, 2, & 3 in order)     Participants in the beef skillathon will rotate through four stations. Station
10. Champion Junior Meat Doe (class winners from entries 1, 2 & 3)                topics will be taken from the “Beef Resource Handbook for Market, Breeding
11. Meat Senior Does (purebred or crossbred, entry numbers 4, 5 & 6 in            & Feeder Calf Projects”. Participants should turn in their completed 4-H or
order)                                                                            FFA record book at the Exhibitors/Parents Meeting on Sunday. Questions
12. Champion Senior Meat Doe (class winners from entries 4, 5 & 6)                may come from any chapter in the Handbook. Prizes will be awarded to top
13. Supreme Meat Doe Champion (Junior and Senior Champions compete)               scoring beef exhibitors (others may participate, but will be ineligible for
                                                                                  prizes). Beef Skillathon divisions will be Senior (ages 15-18 as of Jan. 1), Int.
PYGMY/FIBER GOAT SHOW ORDER:                                                      (ages 12-14 as of Jan. 1) and Junior (ages 8-11 as of Jan. 1).
1. Presentation of Goat Herdsman Award
2. Senior Showmanship (ages 15-18 as of January 1st)                              Premier Beef Exhibitor: A special award for the Premier Beef Exhibitor will
    (Seniors interested in the Showman of Showmen Contest may compete in          be named from senior division beef exhibitors(ages 15-18, as of January 1) in
    the Overall Goat Showman class on Wednesday evening, during the Meat          dairy feeders, dairy steers, beef feeders, beef steers/heifers, and beef
    Goat Show. Class winner will represent goats in Showman of Showmen.)          breeding. Points will be tabulated on showmanship placing, class placing and
3. Intermediate Showmanship (ages 12-14 as of January 1st)                        skillathon placing. Placings of 1st - 4th will earn 1, 2, 3 & 4 points
4. Junior Showmanship (ages 8-11 as of January 1st)                               respectively. Participating in an event is worth 5 points if exhibitor does not
5. Beginner Showmanship (first time exhibitor, regardless of age)                 place. Exhibitor must participate in all three events to be eligible. Low score
6. Pygmy Junior Does (entries 1, 2 & 3 in order)                                  overall wins. Ties will be broken with most consistent placing. If a tie still
7. Champion Junior Pygmy Doe (class winners from entries 1, 2 & 3)                remains, the exhibitor with the greatest number of beef animals wins.
8. Pygmy Senior Does (entries 4 & 5 in order)                                     Remaining ties will be broken by overall skillathon scores. Remaining ties
9. Champion Senior Pygmy Doe (class winners from entries 4 & 5)                   will be broken by skillathon station placings (station 1, then station 2, then
10. Pygmy Junior Wethers (entries 6 & 7 in order)                                 station 3, then station 4). There is no limit on the number of times an
11. Champion Junior Pygmy Wether (class winners from entries 6 & 7)               exhibitor may win the award.
12. Pygmy Senior Wethers (entry 8)
13. Fiber Goats                                                                   GENERAL BEEF RULES:
                                                                                  ▸All beef showmanship classes will be on Tuesday, with unfitted cattle.
                       BEEF DEPARTMENT                                            Cattle should be clean for both shows, but should only be fitted when they
      Superintendents: Walter Horn, Richard Benich, Steve Bauer                   show in market classes on Wednesday.
                     Linda Daniel & Megan Erf                                     ▸A Junior Fair beef exhibitor may have help and assistance at the county fair
                                                                                  with preparing their beef project at the fair. ONLY the following individuals
Beef Exhibitors/Parents Meeting on Sunday, August 16 at 1:00 p.m. in              may help and assist the Junior Fair exhibitor from midnight the day of the
    the Doug Wilson Barn (Turn in project books at meeting)a.m.                   show until after the show: mother, father, step-mother, step-father, legal
Beef Skillathon on Sunday, August 16 following Exhibitor’s Meeting                guardian, grandmother, grandfather, aunt, uncle, brother, sister, step-brother,
Beef Carcass Weigh-in on Monday, August 17 at 8:00 a.m.                           step-sister, or another CURRENT Huron County Junior Fair exhibitor. Any
Feeder Calf Weigh-in on Monday, August 17 immediately following                   Junior Fair exhibitor having any fitting and grooming assistance at the fair
    carcass weigh-in                                                              from any person other than the above list shall be ineligible to show and sell.
Dairy Steer Weigh-in on Monday, August 17 immediately following                   This rule only affects fitting and grooming assistance, not care of animals.
    feeder calf weigh-in                                                          ▸Ohio Exposition Commission rules and regulations shall be followed when
Beef Steer/Heifer Weigh-in on Monday, August 17 immediately following             Huron County Junior Fair and Beef Department rules do not apply. (Rules
    dairy steer weigh-in (Will determine show & sale weight)                      may be viewed at www.ohiostatefair.com.
Beef Steer/Heifer Hip Height on Monday, August 17. Cattle proceed to              ▸Any exhibitor not showing their own animal in a show (showmanship
    hip height chute after being weighed.                                         excluded) must turn in a written statement to the Extension Office or Jr. Fair
Carcass Cattle On-The-Hoof Show on Monday, August 17 at 11:00 a.m.                Office prior to show day, with explanation of why they cannot show their
Beef Showmanship Show on Tuesday, August 18 at 9:00 a.m. (Order:                  animal. Extenuating circumstances will be considered by the Beef
    beef breeding, dairy feeders, beef feeders, dairy steers, beef                Committee.
    steers/heifers)                                                               ▸Stalling is at the discretion of the superintendents. All exhibits will receive
Jr. Fair Beef Breeding Show on Wednesday, August 18 at 9:00 a.m.                  equal tie space and tack space.
Market Cattle Show on Wednesday, August 18 at 4:00 p.m. (Order: dairy             ▸The Beef Committee will determine stall and tack assignments and will put
    feeders, beef feeders, dairy steers, beef steers/heifers)                     up stall tags on August 1. A chart will be posted. Stall/tack tags may not be
“Back to the Farm” Feeder Calf Sale on Thurs., August 20 at 4:00 p.m.             moved. The Beef Committee will adjust stall assignments on Monday at the
Small Livestock Sale on Thursday, August 20 at 6:00 p.m.                          fair, based on animals actually exhibited. New for 2009: Exhibitor’s with
General Livestock Judging Contest on Friday, August 21 at 10:00 a.m.              both feeder calves and market cattle will have all animals housed in the Doug
Large Livestock Sale on Saturday, August 22 at 9:00 a.m.                          Wilson Barn, as space allows.
                                                                                  ▸Exhibitors are requested to contact the Extension Office if it is known prior
Project Completion Requirements: All beef exhibitors must participate in the      to fair than an entered animal will not be exhibited.
beef skillathon to complete their project and be eligible to sell beef in a       ▸Beef steers/heifers and dairy steers must be owned, castrated, without horns
livestock sale, or for breeding cattle exhibitors to complete their project and   and on feed by January 1st. All beef steers/heifers, carcass cattle and dairy
receive premiums. New Day & Time: Beef Skillathon will be held on                 steers must have been weighed and tagged on weigh-in/tag day in January.
Sunday at 1:00 p.m., following a short Exhibitor’s Meeting. Contact Megan         ▸All beef steers/heifers, carcass cattle and dairy steers exhibited at the
Erf or Linda Daniel to schedule a make-up if unavailable during the               fair must be born after January 1st the preceding year.
scheduled time.                                                                   ▸All feeder calves must be tagged on Feeder Calf Tagging Day, which is the
                                                                                  first Saturday after the May 15 ownership deadline. All feeder calves must
Vaccination Requirements: All feeder calves must receive their first              also be vaccinated for respiratory disease and receive a booster shot.
vaccination for respiratory disease by May 30 and their second dose by June       Certification of shots is due in the Extension Office by July 10.
30. Vaccination certification is due in the Extension Office by July 10. There    ▸Cattle must be free of ringworm, warts, or other contagious conditions.
are no specific vaccination requirements for other beef cattle. All beef cattle   ▸Classes may be altered to accommodate numbers.
must show no symptoms or evidence of an infectious or contagious disease.         ▸ALL male cattle must be castrated, completely healed and showing no signs
Exhibitors must submit a completed Drug Use Notification Form for each            of testicular tissue. The only exception is a bull calf being show in a beef
animal. All market and carcass cattle exhibitors must turn in a completed         breeding cow-calf class. Beef Committee's decision is final.
Ruminant Protein Form with their DUNF form.                                       ▸Beef Committee recommends that castration be done by cutting.
                                                                                  ▸Any beef cattle showing more than one inch of horn tissue is ineligible to
NOTE: All feeder calves and beef breeding animals housed in the Jr. Fair          show. Horn tissue of questionable animals will be measured by the Beef
cattle barns will be vaccinated with a nasal vaccine by Beef Superintendents.     Committee. Beef Committee’s decision is final.
                                                                                  ▸All animals which are ineligible to show due to testicular tissue, horns,
warts, ringworm, etc. will be sent home immediately. Exhibitors may be              excluding the Back to the Farm Sale. Each head of cattle counts as one lot.
interviewed by a superintendent to receive a project grade. Exhibitor must          Each beef carcass also counts as a lot.
also participate in the Beef Skillathon.                                            ▸An exhibitor may only sell one lot per sale division. Cattle sale divisions are
▸All medication withdrawal times must be strictly adhered to. The exhibitor         dairy feeders, beef feeders, dairy steers, beef steers/heifers, and carcass cattle.
is responsible if drug residues show up in their animal at slaughter.               Exhibitor must have participated in the Beef Skillathon to be eligible to sell.
▸The use of artificial coloring of the animal shall be considered fraud and         ▸Calves must be sold in the Back to the Farm Sale to be eligible for premium
deception. Neutral (clear) coloring only may be used.                               bids in the Small Livestock Sale.
▸Any artificial means of removing or remedying the physical defects or              ▸Grand champion dairy feeder and beef feeder and their exhibitors will pose
conformation in cattle, such as lifting and filling under the skin, use of          in the Small Livestock Sale Champions picture on Thursday at 5:30 p.m. at
injected oil, use of string, artificial heels, etc. will be considered fraud and    the Livestock Judging Pavilion picture booth.
deception.                                                                          ▸Grand and Reserve Champion dairy and beef feeder calves will be tied in
▸ See prohibited grooming practices under Livestock rules.                          the Livestock Judging Pavilion by 5:45 p.m. on Thursday and will remain
▸All animals giving evidence of fraud and deception will be barred from             there throughout the sale. They will have their picture taken with their buyer
competition at the Huron County Fair.                                               after leaving the ring and will return to the cattle barn following the sale.
▸All dairy beef show as beef animals in showmanship classes.                        ▸The exhibitors with the Grand Champion Dairy Steer and Grand Champion
▸Dairy Beef Parentage Rule: In order to qualify for competition, an animal          Beef Steer/Heifer will pose in the Large Livestock Sale Champions picture
must be able to prove 100% dairy breed parentage. Any animal non-typical            with their animals on Friday at 4:00 p.m. at the Auctioneer G.A. Pickworth
may be protested and be subject to blood testing. To protest an animal, the         Judging Pavilion picture booth.
protestor must put up a $100.00 protest fee. If the protest is not upheld, the      ▸Grand and Reserve Dairy Steers and Beef Steers/Heifers will be tied in the
protestor forfeits the $100.00 fee. If the protest is upheld, the protestor         Auctioneer G.A. Pickworth Judging Pavilion by 8:15 a.m. on Saturday and
receives back the fee, minus the cost of the blood test. The exhibitor with an      will remain there throughout the sale. They will have their picture taken with
animal that proves to be non-typical will forfeit all prize money, their sale       their buyer after leaving the ring and return to their barn following the sale.
premium bid, and will be barred from exhibiting at the Huron County Fair for        ▸Processing for carcasses is not included in the bid price. Buyers must give
a minimum of three years. Penalties will be acted upon after the blood test         cutting instructions and pick up their meat from E. R. Boliantz Packing Co. in
results are available (which may be 4-6 weeks after being sent in).                 Ashland.
                                                                                    ▸Exhibitors with finished market cattle may sell all extra cattle to the
FEEDER CALF RULES:                                                                  processor for the buy back bid. Tag numbers of “Extra to Processor” cattle
▸Feeder calves must weigh 300-800 pounds; 400-600 lbs. recommended.                 must be given to personnel in the Jr. Fair Livestock Sale Office.
▸Any feeder calf that weighs over 800 pounds at the fair will be shown in a         ▸Grand & Reserve Beef Steer/Heifer and Dairy Steer must sell. Grand and
heavy weight feeder calf class. Any feeder calf that weighs under 300 pounds        Reserve beef and dairy feeders have option to sell.
at the fair will be shown in a light weight feeder calf class. These classes will
be for a grade only. There will be no placings or premiums. Light weight and                                    BEEF SHOWMANSHIP
heavy weight feeder calves may be shown in showmanship.                             All beef cattle showmanship classes will be held on Tuesday, August 18,
▸Feeder calves must be weaned and on dry feed.                                      starting at 9:00 a.m. in the Doug Wilson Building
▸See vaccination requirements, above.                                               CLASS 70 - BEEF SHOWMANSHIP
▸May show two beef feeder calves and two dairy beef feeder calves.                  ENTRY NUMBERS:
▸Dairy feeder calves must be male and 100% dairy.                                   1. Beef Breeding Showmanship (Classes broken by ages of entrants)
▸Beef feeder calves may be male or female.                                          2. Dairy Feeder Calf Showmanship (Classes broken by ages of entrants)
▸Male feeder calves must be castrated and completely healed.                        3. Beef Feeder Calf Showmanship (Classes broken by ages of entrants)
▸All feeder calves must be dehorned and completely healed.                          4. Dairy Steer Showmanship (Classes broken by ages of entrants)
▸Feeder calf classes broken by weight.                                              5. Beef Steer/Heifer Showmanship (Classes broken by ages of entrants)

BEEF STEER/HEIFER & DAIRY STEER RULES:                                              SHOW ORDER:
▸May show two beef steers/heifers, two dairy beef steers and one carcass            1. Beef Breeding Showmanship Classes (All 15-18 year old winners in beef
animal. Carcass cattle may be steers or heifers, must be 100% beef.                    breeding showmanship will compete in Overall Beef Showman class after
▸The minimum weight of finished cattle at the fair is 900 pounds. Cattle               the youngest age division in Beef Steer/Heifer Showmanship.)
weighing 800-900 pounds will show in a light weight class for a grade, but          2. Dairy Feeder Calf Showmanship Classes (All 15-18 year old winners in
will receive no placings or premiums. There will be no sale option for cattle          dairy feeder showmanship will compete in Overall Dairy Beef Showman
under 900 pounds. Make sure your cattle weigh over 900 pounds at the fair!             class after the youngest age division in Dairy Steer Showmanship.)
▸Dairy steers must be 100 percent dairy breeding.                                   3. Beef Feeder Calf Showmanship Classes (All 15-18 year old winners in
▸Dairy beef classes broken by weight.                                                  beef feeder showmanship will compete in Overall Beef Showman class
▸Beef steer/heifer class divisions will be determined by hip height.                   after the youngest age division in Beef Steer/Heifer Showmanship.)
▸All beef steers/heifers, carcass cattle & dairy steers must be housed in the       4. Dairy Steer Showmanship Classes (All 15-18 year old winners in dairy
Doug Wilson Barn.                                                                      steer showmanship will compete in Overall Dairy Beef Showman class
▸Beef cattle will NOT be reweighed for classes or championship class.                  after the youngest age division in Dairy Steer Showmanship.)
(Monday weight is show and sale weight.)                                            5. Overall Dairy Beef Showman (All 15-18 year old showmanship winners
▸2010 Steer Pool: The Beef Committee is planning to start a steer pool in              in dairy feeders and dairy steers may participate; winner will compete in
2010 if there is enough interest. Contact a beef superintendent if interested in       Showman of Showmen Contest.)
purchasing a market steer through the steer pool for 2010.                          6. Beef Steer/Heifer Showmanship Classes (All 15-18 year old winners in
                                                                                       beef steer/heifer showmanship will compete in Overall Beef Showman
CATTLE IN LIVESTOCK SALES:                                                             class after the youngest age division in Beef Steer/Heifer Showmanship.)
▸The Back to the Farm Feeder Calf Sale will be held Thursday at 4:00 p.m.           7. Overall Beef Showman (All 15-18 year old showmanship winners in beef
in the Doug Wilson Building. All animals will sell by the pound. Sale order            breeding, beef feeders and beef steers/heifers may participate; winner will
will be by weight, lightest to heaviest. Beef feeders, then dairy feeders.             compete in Showman of Showmen Contest.)
▸The Small and Large Livestock Sales will be held in the Auctioneer G.A.
Pickworth Judging Pavilion. All animals will sell for premium bids only.            Beef exhibitors in showmanship show in their current age division, regardless
▸Exhibitors must indicate which cattle will be sold at weigh-in on Monday.          of whether or not they have won in the past.
▸Exhibitors with any sale cattle must leave a suitable rope or nylon halter on
animal for the buyer.                                                               There are two beef entries in the Showman of Showmen Contest. Top senior
▸Feeder calves must weigh 300-800 pounds. Beef steers/heifers and dairy             winners (ages 15-18) in Beef Breeding, Beef Feeders & Beef Steers/Heifers
steers must weigh over 900 pounds.                                                  will compete for Beef representative. Top senior winners (ages 15-18) in
▸Heavy weight feeder calves may sell in the Back to the Farm Sale only, they        Dairy Feeders & Dairy Steers will compete to be Dairy Beef representative.
will not be eligible for the Small Livestock Sale. Light weight feeder calves       The animal shown in the top showmanship classes must be the same animal
will have no sale options.                                                          that was shown when the division class was won.
▸Lightweight beef steers/heifers and dairy steers have no sale options.
▸Exhibitors may sell all eligible calves in the Back to the Farm Sale.                                 BEEF BREEDING
▸Exhibitors may sell a maximum of two lots in the sale(s) of their choice,          NEW FOR 2009: The Junior Fair Beef Breeding Show will be on
Wednesday, August 19 at 9:00 a.m.., followed by the Open Class Beef               11. Dairy Steer Championship Class (Top 5 placed)
Breeding Show. Both shows will be in the Auctioneer G.A. Pickworth                12. Light Weight Beef Steer/Heifer Class
Judging Pavilion. Junior Fair exhibitors are encouraged to enter their            13. Beef Steer/Heifer Classes (900 pounds and over; beef, beef cross or dairy/
registered/registry eligible beef breeding cattle in Open Class. Open Class           beef cross)
entries close July 31.                                                            14. Beef Skillathon and Premier Beef Exhibitor Awards Presentation
                                                                                  15. Beef Steer/Heifer Championship Class (Top 5 placed)
CLASS 72 - BEEF BREEDING
  CLASS 72 A - Limousin                  CLASS 72 B - Hereford                                                    BEEF CARCASS
  CLASS 72 C - Angus                     CLASS 72 D - Chianina                                           Superintendent - John Feichtner
  CLASS 72 E - Simmental                 CLASS 72 F - Beef Cross                  Weigh-in on Monday, August 17 at 8:00 a.m.
  CLASS 72 G - Shorthorn                 CLASS 72 H - Maine Anjou                 On-The-Hoof Show on Monday, August 17 at 11:00 a.m.
  CLASS 72 I - Other Purebreds (list breed)                                       Carcass viewing on Friday, August 21 in a.m.
                                                                                  ▸Only one Beef Carcass entry allowed per exhibitor. Must be 100% beef.
NOTE: Indicate complete class number and entry number when entering               ▸Beef carcass animals may be steers or heifers.
beef breeding classes. One entry per entry number; list breed and birthdate.      ▸Class divisions will be determined by weight.
                                                                                  ▸Minimum live weight of 1100 pounds
Indicate on fair entry card if animals will be housed in Junior Fair Dairy Barn   ▸Recommended carcass weight of 600 - 900 pounds. Discounts may apply to
or Open Class Cattle Barn. Jr. Fair beef breeding cattle may only be housed       light and heavy carcasses.
in the Open Cattle Barn if they are entered in both Jr. Fair and Open Class.      ▸Carcass animals must show in the ring in the On Foot Show to be eligible
                                                                                  for any placings or sale.
It is very important that breed and birthdate are listed on every beef breeding   ▸Exhibitors are expected to show their own carcass animals. Parents and
fair entry card. Separate breed classes will only beheld in breeds where there    other adults may not take animals into the ring.
are three or more entries. Breeds with less than three entries will compete       ▸All eligible beef carcasses may sell in the Large Livestock Sale. Grand &
against each other in the “Other Purebreds” division.                             Reserve Champion On-the Rail carcasses must sell. Carcass animals will sell
ENTRY NUMBERS:                                                                    after beef steers/heifers, before dairy steers.
1. Aged Cow-Calf         6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00                                      ▸All beef carcasses not sold in the Large Livestock Sale will be sold to the
     (Cow 3 years old or older on day of show with calf at side of cow born       processor for market price at dressed weight.
     after January 1, 2009 and prior to or on May 31, 2009)                       ▸Carcass data will be provided.
2. 2 Year Old Cow-Calf                          6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00               ▸All carcass exhibitors should attend the carcass inspection unless excused
     (Cow over 2 years old and not over 3 years old on day of show with calf      by the carcass superintendent.
     at side of cow born after January 1, 2009 and prior to or on May 31, 2009)   CLASS 71 - BEEF CARCASS
3. Cow (2 years old or older)                   6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00               1.Beef Carcass on Foot                          6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00
4. Senior Yearling Heifer                       6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00               2.Beef Carcass on Rail10.00 8.00 7.00 6.00
     (September 1 to December 31, 2007)                                           Additional on Rail Premiums: 5th- $5.00, 6th- $4.00, 7th- $3.00, 8th - $2.00
5. Junior Yearling Heifer                       6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00               Huron County Cattlemen's Association will donate on the rail placings: First -
     (January 1 to April 30, 2008)                                                $100.00; Second - $80.00; Third - $60.00; Fourth - $40.00; Fifth - $20.00
6. Summer Yearling Heifer                       6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00
     (May 1 to August 31, 2008)                                                                          SWINE DEPARTMENT
7. Senior Heifer Calf 6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00                                                    Superintendents: B.J. Kimberlin, Rose Hartschuh
     (September 1 to December 31, 2008)                                                   Mike McIntosh, Jason Wuensch, Gary Bumb & Liz Scheid
8. Junior Heifer Calf (January 1 to April 30, 2009)         6.00   5.00 3.00
2.00                                                                              Weigh-in on Saturday, August 15 from 8:00 a.m.-12:00 noon
                                                                                  Swine Skillathon on Sunday, August 16 from 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
CLARIFICATION: A calf in a Cow-Calf entry may be a heifer, steer or bull.         Swine Showmanship Show on Tuesday, August 18 at 5:30 p.m.
A heifer calf may also be shown in a heifer class and/or showmanship. A bull      Market Barrow Show on Thursday, August 20 at 9:00 a.m.
or steer in a Cow-Calf class has no additional showing opportunities.             General Livestock Judging Contest on Friday, August 21 at 10:00 a.m.
SHOW ORDER: (By breed if 3 or more entries)                                       Large Livestock Sale on Saturday, August 22 at 9:00 a.m.
1. Aged Cow-Calf
2. 2 Year Old Cow-Calf                                                            Project Completion Requirements: All swine exhibitors must participate in
3. Cow (2 years old or older)                                                     the Swine Skillathon to complete their project requirements and to receive a
4. Senior Yearling Heifer                                                         West Lot parking decal.
5. Junior Yearling Heifer
6. Summer Yearling Heifer                                                         Vaccination Requirements: Pseudorabies certificate and veterinary certificate
7. Senior Heifer Calf                                                             of inspection are not required. Swine must show no symptoms or evidence of
8. Junior Heifer Calf                                                             an infectious or contagious disease. Exhibitors must submit a completed Drug
                                                                                  Use Notification Form for each animal. All hogs are terminal.
                             MARKET BEEF
All market beef classes will be held on Wednesday, August 19, starting at         Swine Skillathon: A swine skillathon will be held Sunday, August 16 from
4:00 p.m. in the Doug Wilson Building.                                            10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. in the Auctioneer G.A. Pickworth Judging Pavilion.
                                                                                  Several age divisions will be included. The Swine Resource Handbook for
CLASS 73 - DAIRY FEEDER CALF                  6.00   5.00   3.00   2.00           Market and Breeding Projects will be the main resource for the skillathon.
CLASS 74 - BEEF FEEDER CALF                   6.00   5.00   3.00   2.00
CLASS 75 - DAIRY STEER                        6.00   5.00   3.00   2.00           Premier Swine Exhibitor: A special award will be given to the Premier Swine
CLASS 76 - BEEF STEER/HEIFER                  6.00   5.00   3.00   2.00           Exhibitor. All 16, 17 and 18 year old swine exhibitors are eligible, unless they
RATE OF GAIN CONTEST                          6.00   5.00   3.00   2.00           have won the award in the past. Points will be tabulated on showmanship
                                                                                  placing, class placing and skillathon placing. Placings of 1st - 4th will earn 1,
SHOW ORDER:                                                                       2, 3 & 4 points respectively. Participating in an event is worth 5 points if
1. Light Weight Dairy Feeder Calf Class                                           exhibitor does not place. Exhibitor must participate in all three events to be
2. Heavy Weight Dairy Feeder Calf Class                                           eligible. Low score overall wins. Ties will be broken with swine skillathon
3. Dairy Feeder Calf Classes (300-800 pounds; 100% dairy breeding)                placing. Previous winners are ineligible to win the award again.
4. Dairy Feeder Championship Class (Top 5 placed)
5. Light Weight Beef Feeder Calf Class                                            Unacceptable Swine Exhibits: There are special rules for swine, since they
6. Heavy Weight Beef Feeder Calf Class                                            are a terminal exhibit and may not be sent home. 1st warning is a posted
7. Beef Feeder Calf Classes (300-800 pounds)                                      notice and verbal warning, outlining the consequences of a 2nd and 3rd
8. Beef Feeder Championship Class (Top 5 placed)                                  warning. 2nd warning is a posted notice which makes hogs ineligible for show,
9. Light Weight Dairy Steer Class                                                 show premiums and sale. Exhibitor will acknowledge by signing the warning
10. Dairy Steer Classes (900 pounds and over; 100% dairy breeding)                slip. 3rd warning is a posted notice which makes the exhibitor ineligible to
show hogs the next year. Exhibitor will acknowledge by signing the warning        NOTE: Showmanship attire for hogs is mandatory. See 2009 Huron County
slip.                                                                             Junior Fair Livestock Showmanship Guidelines for required attire (pages
                                                                                  21-22 in the Livestock Fair Requirements letter).
▸All swine exhibitors will be assigned barn duty by club during the fair.
There will be no barn duty during hog shows.                                      An Adult Showmanship class will be held after the Overall Swine Showman
▸No tack boxes, etc. may be placed on top of the hog pens. All equipment          is named, if time allows. Adults will sign up in the hog barn on Saturday,
will be stored in the general storage areas at the east end of the barn. All      Sunday and until noon on Monday.
equipment, feed pans, feed containers, etc. need to be marked with the
exhibitor’s name.                                                                 Class 80 - SWINE SHOWMANSHIP
▸No feeding or watering hogs in the exercise area. Exhibitors are expected to     ENTRY NUMBERS: There are no entry numbers. Classes will be broken into
clean up after themselves in the exercise and tack areas.                         even classes by the ages of the entrants.
▸Exhibitors who feed their hogs in the wash rack area are responsible for         SHOW ORDER:
cleaning up when the hog is moved back to his pen.                                1. Oldest Showmanship Divisions (18, 17, 16 & 15 year old classes, in
▸Slick clipping or body shaving of market hogs is a prohibited grooming           descending order)
practice, except on the ears and tails. Slick clipping or body shaving means      2. Youngest Showmanship Divisions (8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 & 14 year old
having hair that is less than one half inch in length on the body of market       classes in ascending order)
hogs. All hogs in violation will be disqualified.                                 3. Overall Swine Showman (Class winners from the oldest showmanship
▸Slick clipping or body shaving will be checked at weigh-in, showmanship          divisions will compete. Winner will represent swine in the Showman of
show, and market barrow show.                                                     Showmen Contest.)
▸An exhibitor is limited to two (2) market barrows                                4. Adult Showmanship (Split into even classes from the sign-up sheet.)
▸All hogs which are disqualified due to slick clipping or body shaving, will
be ineligible for showmanship and may only show in either the light weight                                MARKET BARROWS
class (ineligible hogs weighing 210-237 lbs.) or the heavyweight class            Weigh-in Saturday, August 15 from 8:00 a.m.-12:00 noon
(ineligible hogs weighing over 237-265 lbs.), for grade only. They may not        Market Barrow Show on Thursday, August 20 at 9:00 a.m.
sell in the Large Livestock Sale, but may be shipped and sold for market          Large Livestock Sale on Saturday, August 22 at 9:00 a.m.
price.
▸Light weight (under 210 lbs.) and Heavyweight (over 265 lbs.) may be re-         A fair entry card must be filled out for each market barrow entered.
weighed. All re-weighing must be completed by 12:00 noon on Saturday, one
re-weigh per hog.                                                                 CLASS 82 - MARKET BARROW                   6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00
▸No extra hogs may be brought to the fair for weighing and selection.             SHOW ORDER:
▸All hogs coming in to the fair must be clean for visual inspection for           1.Market Barrows
infectious or contagious disease. Dirty hogs will be turned away.                     a. Weight Classes
▸The Swine Committee’s decision to disqualify sick or staggy (retained                b. Championship Preliminaries
testicle) animals is final.                                                             1) Light Weight (champion & reserve named)
▸The Huron County Junior Fair Swine Show is an ALL BARROW SHOW.                         2) Middle Weight (champion & reserve named)
▸Barrows must be castrated, completely healed and showing no signs of                   3) Heavy Weight (champion & reserve named)
testicular tissue. Swine Committee decision is final.                             2.Lunch Break
▸All animals exhibited must have been actually owned and cared for                3.Announcement of Premier Swine Exhibitor and Swine Skillathon Results
continuously by the exhibitor as of May 15th.                                     4.Final Market Barrow Championship Drive
▸All hogs shown at the fair must have been tagged on the first Saturday after     (Winners from preliminary divisions compete for overall grand and reserve)
the May 15 possession deadline.
▸The market barrow show at the Huron County Fair is terminal. All swine                                   SHEEP DEPARTMENT
exhibited at the fair will be harvested. All hogs will be sold and shipped to a        Superintendents: Curly Morris, Hal Dalton, Melinda Dalton,
packing house or custom butchering facility. There will be no private haulers.         Frank VanDresser, Carol Shade, Steph Wetzel & Curt Linder
▸Market barrows weighing between 210 pounds and 265 pounds will be                Market Lamb Tagging as lambs enter barn on Sunday, August 16
placed in classes of equal or near equal numbers to compete for premiums of       Sheep Skillathon on Sunday, August 16 from 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
first through fourth. Hogs outside the weight limits will not compete for         NEW FOR 2009: Weigh-in on Sunday, August 16 at 1:00 p.m.
premiums, but will be graded. Light & heavy hogs may enter showmanship.           Show on Wednesday, August 19 at 9:00 a.m.
▸Minimum weight to sell is 210 lbs., maximum weight to sell is 265 lbs.           General Livestock Judging Contest on Friday, August 21 at 10:00 a.m.
Owners of lightweight and heavyweight hogs must tell the Sale Committee           NEW FOR 2009: Lamb Team Fitting Contest on Fri., Aug. 21 at 1 p.m.
where their hogs will be shipped.                                                 NEW FOR 2009: Guys & Gals Sheep Lead on Friday, Aug. 21 at 4 p.m.
▸Hog exhibitor must indicate at time of weigh-in whether he or she will be        Large Livestock Sale on Saturday, August 22 at 9:00 a.m.
selling their barrows in the large livestock sale.
▸Exhibitors may sell a maximum of two lots in the sale(s) of their choice,        Project Completion Requirements: All sheep exhibitors must participate in
excluding the Back to the Farm Feeder Calf Sale. One or two hogs constitutes      the Sheep Skillathon to complete their project requirements and to receive a
a lot. A lot of two hogs may not be split, unless the Grand or Reserve            West Lot Parking decal.
Champion is from that lot.
▸NO HOGS ARE TO BE SHOWN WITH OIL OR POWDER USED FOR                              Vaccination Requirements: There are no specific vaccination requirements for
GROOMING SUBSTANCE. NO OTHER SUBSTANCE THAT WILL                                  sheep. Sheep must show no symptoms or evidence of an infectious or
CAUSE HOGS TO OVERHEAT MAY BE USED.                                               contagious disease. Exhibitors must submit a completed Drug Use
▸All hogs will be unloaded at west end of swine building only.                    Notification Form for each animal.
▸All hogs must be inspected before being unloaded.
▸All hogs must be weighed before they go to their pens.                           Scrapie Identification: ALL sheep must have proper scrapie identification,
▸No one other than Swine Committee members and exhibitors will be                 either a USDA official ear tag or a USDA approved tattoo, or breed
permitted in the holding pen during any hog shows.                                registration tattoo with original registration papers. A completed Scrapie
▸The hog barn will be closed to the general public during shows.                  information sheet must be turned in for each sheep when animals are
▸The exhibitor with the Grand Champion Market Barrow will pose in the             unloaded at the fair on Sunday, August 16. Any market lamb or breeding
Large Livestock Sale Champions picture with their animal on Friday at 4:00        ewe without proper scrapie identification is ineligible for exhibit and will
p.m. at the Auctioneer G.A. Pickworth Judging Pavilion picture booth.             be sent home. Ear tag numbers will be added to scrapie forms when market
▸Grand and Reserve Champion Market Barrows will be penned in the                  lambs are tagged.
Auctioneer G.A. Pickworth Judging Pavilion by 8:15 a.m. on Saturday and
will remain there throughout the sale. They will have their picture taken with    Sheep Skillathon: The Sheep Committee is requiring a mandatory sheep
their buyer after leaving the ring and return to their pens following the sale.   skillathon on Sunday, August 16 from 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. The skillathon
                                                                                  will be held in the Doug Wilson Barn. Senior, Intermediate & Junior
                   SWINE SHOWMANSHIP                                              Divisions will be included. All sheep exhibitors are required to participate for
Showmanship Show on Tuesday, August 18 at 5:30 p.m.                               project completion and to receive a West Lot Parking decal. Exhibitors should
                                                                                  contact a sheep superintendent with schedule conflicts before the fair.
                                                                                   may not be used.
Premier Sheep Exhibitor: A special award for the Premier Sheep Exhibitor           ▸All sheep pens will be inspected daily. Unacceptable exhibits will be posted.
will be given. All 16, 17 and 18 year old sheep exhibitors are eligible.           ▸Exhibitors may sell a maximum of two lots in the sale(s) of their choice,
(Previous winners ineligible.) Points will be tabulated on showmanship             excluding the Back to the Farm Feeder Calf Sale. One, two or three lambs
placing, market class placing, breeding class placing and skillathon placing.      constitutes a lot. A lot of two or three lambs may not be split, unless the
First place is 4 points, second place is 3 points, third place is 2 points and     Grand or Reserve Champion Single is from that lot.
fourth place is 1 point. No points for participation will be given if exhibitor    ▸The exhibitors with the Grand Champion Market Lamb and Grand
does not place. Exhibitor must participate in at least three events to be          Champion Pen of 3 Market Lambs will pose in the Large Livestock Sale
eligible. High score overall wins. Ties will be broken by the exhibitor with       Champions picture with their animals on Friday at 4:00 p.m. at the Auctioneer
the greatest number of sheep entries. Remaining ties will be broken by             G.A. Pickworth Judging Pavilion picture booth.
skillathon scores. If a tie still remains, the exhibitor with the highest most     ▸Grand and Reserve Champion Market Lambs and Grand and Reserve
consistent placing wins. Previous winners are ineligible to win again.             Champion Pen of 3 Market Lambs will be penned in the Auctioneer G.A.
                                                                                   Pickworth Judging Pavilion by 8:15 a.m. on Saturday and will remain there
New for 2009: Lamb Team Fitting Contest: A Lamb Team Fitting Contest               throughout the sale. They will have their picture taken with their buyers after
will be held on Friday, August 21 at 1:00 p.m. in the Doug Wilson Barn. It is      leaving the ring and will return to their barn following the sale.
a team competition, with each team consisting of three members. At least one       ▸Exhibitors are responsible to clean their pens after the fair.
member must be between 8-13 years old (as of January 1). Cloverbuds are
ineligible. All team members must be Huron Co. Jr. Fair exhibitors. Each           CLASS 90 - SHEEP SHOWMANSHIP
team will be given a rough shorn lamb and 60 minutes in which to wash and          ENTRY NUMBERS:
fit the lamb. Teams must provide their own fitting stand and grooming              1. 16, 17 & 18 Year Old Showmanship (as of January 1)
supplies. Each member must use the clippers. Each team member must                 2. 14 & 15 Year Old Showmanship (as of January 1)
answer at least one question at the end of the contest. Entry cards must be        3. 12 & 13 Year Old Showmanship (as of January 1)
turned in by 4:00 p.m. on Thursday at the fair. Contact the Extension Office       4. 10 & 11 Year Old Showmanship (as of January 1)
or Jr. Fair Office for complete rules.                                             5. 8 & 9 Year Old Showmanship (as of January 1)

New for 2009: Guys & Gals Sheep Lead: A Guys & Gals Sheep Lead will be             CLASS 91 - BREEDING EWE (one year and older)
held on Friday, August 21 at 4:00 p.m. in the Doug Wilson Barn. Participants       ▸Each exhibitor may have two entries in each entry number.
will dress in a garment made predominately of wool (70% blend) and lead a          ENTRY NUMBERS:
sheep into the ring. The sheep may be decorated to coordinate with the outfit.     1.Meat Breeds         12.00 8.00 6.00 5.00
Entries may be individual (Senior, ages 14-18, as of January 1 or Junior, ages        (Suffolk, Hampshire, Shropshire, Oxford, Tunis, Montadale, Southdown,
8-13, as of January 1.) or pairs (all ages, 8-18, as of January 1). Cloverbuds        Finn, Dorset, Cheviot)
are ineligible. Participants must be Huron County Junior Fair exhibitors. All      2.Wool Breeds         12.00 8.00 6.00 5.00
sheep must be entered in the Junior Fair. Sheep will be shown at halter. The          (Columbia, Corriedale, Rambouillet, Merino, Targhee)
garment may be made or purchased. A commentary sheet must be turned in             CLASS 92 - BREEDING EWE LAMB (under one year)
with entry card. Entries due by 4:00 p.m. on Thursday at the fair. Contact the     ▸Each exhibitor may have two entries in each entry number.
Extension Office or Jr. Fair Office for complete rules and commentary sheets.      ENTRY NUMBERS:
                                                                                   1.Meat Breeds         12.00 8.00 6.00 5.00
▸All market lambs will be tagged when entering on Sunday.                             (Suffolk, Hampshire, Shropshire, Oxford, Tunis, Montadale, Southdown,
▸New for 2009: Market lamb weigh-in on Sunday at 1:00 p.m.                            Finn, Dorset, Cheviot)
▸Two singles may be shown out of a Pen of Three.                                   2.Wool Breeds         12.00 8.00 6.00 5.00
▸Fill out an entry card for each exhibit:                                             (Columbia, Corriedale, Rambouillet, Merino, Targhee)
    -New for 2009: Include scrapie ID number on each entry card.                   NOTE: Indicate class number and entry number when entering breeding ewes
    -When entering a pen of three, fill out one entry card for the pen.            and breeding ewe lambs.
    -When entering singles from a pen of three, fill out an entry card for the
    pen of three and an entry card for each single.                                CLASS 93 - MARKET LAMBS (slick sheared)
    -When entering two singles, fill out two entry cards.                          ENTRY NUMBERS:
    -When entering one single, fill out one entry card.                            1.Single 6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00
    -When entering showmanship, fill out one entry card.                           2.Pen of Three     6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00
▸Indicate total number of breeding and market animals to be exhibited per
exhibitor on the bottom of one entry card.                                         SHOW ORDER:
▸If a lamb is to be penned with a brother/sister/cousin’s lamb, please mark it     1.16, 17 & 18 Year Old Showmanship (as of January 1st)
on the fair entry card. Write on the card: Pen with ____________ lamb(s).          2.14 & 15 Year Old Showmanship (as of January 1st)
▸In breeding classes, exhibitors may show two entries per entry number.            3.12 & 13 Year Old Showmanship (as of January 1st)
▸Market Lambs will be divided into weight classes by the Junior Fair Sheep         4.10 & 11 Year Old Showmanship (as of January 1st)
Superintendents after all entries are weighed.                                     5.8 & 9 Year Old Showmanship (as of January 1st)
▸Animals not within weight limits (80 pounds minimum, 150 pounds                   6.Meat Breeds Breeding Ewes (1 year and older)
maximum) will be graded, but will not compete for premiums.                        7.Wool Breeds Breeding Ewes (1 year and older)
▸Minimum weight to sell is 80 lbs. Maximum weight to sell is 150 lbs.              8.Meat Breeds Breeding Ewe Lambs (under 1 year)
▸Exhibitor is responsible to weigh his or her own market lambs or designate        9.Wool Breeds Breeding Ewe Lambs (under 1 year)
a substitute to assist. All lambs should be haltered when weigh-in begins.         10.Grand and Reserve Champion Breeding Ewe Class
▸Requests for reweighs must be made as soon as the lamb is weighed.                11.Presentation of Skillathon Awards
▸Sheep exhibitors are responsible for their appearance at the sale as per the      12.Pen of Three Market Lambs
sale order; lambs will not be sold for exhibitors who don’t show up and don’t      13.Championship Class - Pen of Three Market Lambs
designate a substitute. Superintendents will not go looking for exhibitors for     14.Pen of One Market Lambs - Lightweight classes
sale line up. All market lamb exhibitors need to be in line when the lamb          15.Lightweight Division Champion Class (top five placed)
portion of the Large Livestock Sale begins. Exhibitors not in line will not sell   16.Pen of One Market Lambs - Heavyweight classes
and will not be added later in the sale.                                           17.Heavyweight Division Champion Class (top five placed)
▸Sheep showmanship classes will be divided according to ages.                      18.Presentation of Premier Sheep Exhibitor Award
▸Exhibitor must indicate if selling at weigh-in, or animal will not be sold.       19.Championship Class - Market Lambs (top five placed)
▸All market lambs will be slick sheared, no butt wool allowed.
▸No artificial means of coloring lambs (including hooves), no muzzles, no          CLASS 94 - LAMB TEAM FITTING CONTEST                6.00 5.00             3.00
drenching (except for a valid medical reason diagnosed by a veterinarian.)         2.00
▸Committee will thoroughly examine all lambs for testicular tissue. Any               (List all three team members on one entry card)
lamb exhibiting testicular tissue will be ineligible for show or sale.                SPECIAL: Entries deadline of 4:00 p.m. on Thursday at the fair.
▸Any abusive treatment to animals, as defined by the superintendents, may             Premiums paid to each team member.
result in inability to show and sell.
▸Wood chips or coarse saw dust must be used for bedding. Carpets and straw         CLASS 95 - GUYS & GALS SHEEP LEAD
ENTRY NUMBERS:                                                                      pens.
1.Senior (ages 14-18, as of January 1)         6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00                  ▸ Exhibitors must sign up for barn duty on Sunday. Exhibitors are to check in
2.Junior (ages 8-13, as of January 1)          6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00                  with superintendent when arriving at the barn for barn duty.
3.Pairs (all ages, 8-18, as of January 1)      6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00                  ▸ Exhibitors who do not sign up and complete barn duty will receive an
                                                                                    incomplete in their project.
                        RABBIT DEPARTMENT                                           ▸ Class limits according to number of years exhibiting rabbits at Fair:
      Superintendents: John Borsick, Mike Wade, Dawn Combs &                            1st year - one rabbit (buck or doe; no meat rabbits, no doe & litter)
                              Robin Good                                                2nd year and beyond - at least one but no more than three entries.
Check-in from 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon on Sunday, August 16                               ( Entry limits of 1 buck, 1 doe, 1 meat pen, and/or 1 doe & litter.)
(Rabbits must be in the barn by noon, not just on the fairgrounds!)                 ▸ Does entered in Class 101 may not be accompanied by a litter, unless also
New for 2009: Weigh-in for meat pens on Sunday before cooping                       entered in the Doe & Litter class.
Show on Monday, August 17 at 9:00 a.m.                                              ▸ The Open Class rabbit show is on Tuesday, August 18. The Rabbit Barn
Rabbit Royalty named after lunch break, following Doe & Litter Class                will be closed to Junior Fair exhibitors from 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. (or until the
Champion Meat Pen Picture on Thursday, August 20 at 5:30 p.m.                       end of the show). Superintendents and Junior Fair Board members will water
Small Livestock Sale on Thursday, August 20 at 6:00 p.m.                            Junior Fair rabbits during the Open Class Show.
Pick rabbits up on Sunday, August 23 from 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon                    ▸ Junior Fair exhibitors may show their rabbits in the Open Class show by
                                                                                    entering on the entry form in the fair book by July 31. Exhibitors showing in
Project Completion Requirements: Rabbit exhibitors must complete the                Open Class do not need to be present to show their own rabbits and do not
Rabbit Skillathon or turn in completed record book when checking in                 have to purchase a fair membership, but they must pay the entry fee. Check
rabbits on Sunday. Each exhibitor must also sign up and complete barn               in with Open Class superintendent on Sunday after cooping rabbit(s).
duty.                                                                               ▸ All exhibitors must check out and clean their cages and feed bin, before
                                                                                    taking their rabbit(s) home on Sunday or forfeit grade and/or premium.
Vaccination Requirements: There are no specific vaccination requirements for        ▸ If the exhibitor is not picking rabbit up in person from fair, they must
rabbits. Rabbits must show no symptoms or evidence of an infectious or              give a note to the superintendent before the barn closes Saturday night.
contagious disease. Exhibitors with meat pens must submit a completed Drug          ▸ Feed and water containers are provided in each rabbit cage at the fair. Do
Use Notification Form for each rabbit..                                             not bring your own containers.
                                                                                    ▸ Each exhibitor must bring their own feed. FEED IS NOT PROVIDED!
Rabbit Skillathon: Rabbit exhibitors must qualify to enter showmanship              ▸ SPECIAL FAIR STORAGE ROOM NOTICE: Extra feed, equipment and
classes through the Rabbit Skillathon on Saturday, July 11 in the County            supplies may not be stored in the Rabbit Barn during the fair. Each exhibitor
Administration Building. The Skillathon is split by age of exhibitor: Seniors       will have a feed bin in which to put their pellets. The feed bin must be
(ages 15-18 as of Jan. 1) at 10:00 a.m.; Intermediates (ages 12-14 as of Jan. 1)    cleaned out after the fair.
at 10:30 a.m.; and Juniors (ages 8-11 as of Jan. 1) & Beginners (any age) at        ▸ Meat rabbit requirements:
11:30 a.m. Members may also qualify through the make-up skillathon on                   New for 2009: Rabbits will be weighed before cooping
Wednesday, July 29 at 7:00 p.m. in the Secretary’s Office at the fairgrounds.           1. All meat rabbits must be tattooed at the county tattoo clinic held
Participants in the Make-up Skillathon will have an automatic 5 point                   approximately 4 weeks prior to the fair each year. (Wednesday, July 22,
deduction. A list of FFA and 4-H rabbit exhibitors who qualify for                      7:00 p.m. in the Auctioneer G.A. Pickworth Judging Pavilion.)
showmanship will be available after July 29. Skillathon scores will count as            2. If an exhibitor is unable to bring his/her meat rabbit litter to the
the knowledge portion of the showmanship competition. Skillathon awards                 fairgrounds, another family member or friend may bring the rabbits.
will be given in Senior, Intermediate, Junior and Beginner divisions.                   There is no make up day.
Exhibitors must score at least 75 points to quality for showmanship.                    3. New for 2009: All meat rabbits must have an individual tattoo in the
Exhibitors scoring 100% in the Skillathon, without extra credit, will win a             left ear. Meat rabbits may be tattooed by household, without specifying
savings bond. Completed record book for each project must be brought to the             which rabbits belong to which exhibitors until check-in at the fair. Rabbits
skillathon for skillathon points or turned in during check-in for completion.           without individual tattoos will be tattooed at the tattoo clinic.
NOTE: An exhibitor who does not qualify for showmanship is still                        4. Does do not have to accompany meat pens to tattooing. However, meat
eligible to enter their rabbits and bring them to the fair!                             rabbits must be raised from exhibitors own stock.
                                                                                        5. One DUNF per meat rabbit must be turned in before cooping rabbits.
Premier Rabbit Exhibitor: A Premier Rabbit Exhibitor will be named from all             DUNF must be on file to make meat pen eligible to weigh.
senior division rabbit exhibitors. Points will be tabulated on showmanship              6. Grand and Reserve Champion pens must sell. Others have option.
placing, class placing and skillathon placing. Placings of 1st - 4th will earn 1,       7. Must be raised from exhibitors own stock.
2, 3 & 4 points respectively. Participating in an event is worth 5 points if            8. Meat pens must be purebred rabbits only (no crossbred rabbits).
exhibitor does not place. Exhibitor must participate in all three events to be          9. Weight limit of 3 to 5 pounds per rabbit.
eligible. Low score overall wins. Ties broken by skillathon placing.                    10. Must be at least a second year rabbit exhibitor.
                                                                                        11. An exhibitor with a meat rabbit entry who is incomplete or is a "no
▸ Breed Recognition - All breeds recognized by the ARBA may be exhibited                show" for weigh-in or judging will be ineligible to sell in the Small
in the Junior Fair. This allows White Mini Satins to be shown. Lion Heads are           Livestock Sale. (Representatives may be substituted.)
not eligible for showing in the Junior Fair.                                            12. Exhibitors must indicate if they are selling their meat pen when they
▸ Rabbit exhibitors are not eligible for West Lot parking decals.                       weigh the rabbits on Sunday.
▸ NOTE: Rabbit cages at the fair should only be spot cleaned during the fair.           13. Only three rabbits will be weighed (no re-weighs).
Complete stripping of the pens is not necessary until Sunday after the fair.            14. All meat rabbit pens that do not make weight will be sent home.
Wood chips must be used sparingly! Clean pen awards for rabbits have been               Exhibitors with an ineligible meat pen are to schedule an interview with a
eliminated, but unacceptable exhibits will still be sent home, after a second           superintendent during the fair to complete their Market Rabbit project.
warning is issued.                                                                      15. The number of classes of meat pens will be based on the number of
▸ The deadline for Junior Fair exhibitors to own their rabbits is May 15.               eligible pens weighed-in.
▸ Exhibitors must see Open Class rabbit superintendent before putting rabbits           16. Meat pens will be cooped on the judging table for the judge to inspect.
up for private sale at the fair. No Junior Fair rabbits, even if sold, may be           The exhibitors will not be with their rabbits during judging, so that the
released until Sunday morning.                                                          judge does not know who owns the rabbits.
▸ Classes will be called to the show ring twice. Classes will not be held for           17. Exhibitors may sell a maximum of two lots in the sale(s) of their
late exhibitors. Rabbits arriving after the class has started may not be                choice, excluding the Back to the Farm Feeder Calf Sale. One pen of meat
permitted to compete. Exhibitors with judging conflicts may have another                rabbits constitutes a lot.
Junior Fair exhibitor bring their rabbit(s) to the table, except for                    18. Grand champion rabbit meat pen and their exhibitor will pose in the
showmanship.                                                                            Small Livestock Sale Champions picture on Thursday at 5:30 p.m. at the
▸ Exhibitors must be present for judging to show their rabbit and must bring            Auctioneer G.A. Pickworth Judging Pavilion picture booth.
their own rabbit to the table (unless excused by superintendent). Adults are            19. Grand and Reserve Champion rabbit meat pens will be exhibited in
not permitted to take rabbits to the show table.                                        the Auctioneer G.A. Pickworth Judging Pavilion by 5:45 p.m. on
▸ All rabbits must have a permanent, legible tattoo in left ear, meat pens also.        Thursday and will remain there throughout the sale. They will have their
▸ Rabbits remaining in the barn after pick-up hours (8:00 a.m - 12:00 noon              picture taken with their buyer when they leave the ring and will return to
on Sunday) without prior arrangements, will be sent to market with meat                 the rabbit barn following the sale.
▸ Doe & Litter requirements:                                                       Check-in from 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon on Sunday, August 16
   1. Doe & Litter entries will be judged as the first class after lunch break.    NOTE: Chickens & Waterfowl must be in the barn by noon, not just on
   2. For members, with one or more years of rabbit project experience.            the fairgrounds!
   3. Exhibit a doe and her litter of young, between four - ten weeks of age.      Weigh-in for chicken meat pens on Sunday, August 16 before penning
   Number of young required depends on the breed: Four class breeds must           Waterfowl & Chicken Skillathon on Monday, August 17 at 9:00 a.m.
   have 2 or more young. Six class breeds must have 4 or more young.               Waterfowl & Chicken Show on Tuesday, August 18 at 12:00 noon
   4. The following breeds are 4 Class Breeds: Mini Rex, Holland Lop,              Small Livestock Sale on Thursday, August 20 at 6:00 p.m.
   Dwarf, Mini Lop & Dutch.                                                        Pick chickens & waterfowl up on Sunday, August 23 from 8 a.m.-12 noon
   5. The following breeds are 6 Class Breeds: Satin & Californian
   6. Other breeds may be 4 or 6 class, check the Standard of Perfection.          Project Completion Requirements: All chicken exhibitors must participate in
   7. Must be exhibitors own stock.                                                either the Chicken Skillathon or chicken showmanship to complete their
   8. No nest boxes.                                                               project requirements. Waterfowl exhibitors must participate in the Waterfowl
   9. Doe & Litter exhibits will be judged in their cages in the rabbit barn.      Skillathon or waterfowl showmanship to complete their project requirements.
                                                                                   Exhibitors are encouraged to participate in both the skillathon and
NOTE: Put ear tattoo number and rabbit birth date on upper left hand corner        showmanship. Chicken meat pen exhibitors must participate in the Skillathon
of entry card.                                                                     or showmanship to be eligible to sell. There will be no make-up skillathons.
CLASS 100 - RABBIT SHOWMANSHIP                                                     New for 2009: Exhibitors must also turn in a completed project book by noon
ENTRY NUMBERS:                                                                     on Monday to be complete.
1. Senior Showmanship (ages 15 - 18 as of January 1)
2. Intermediate Showmanship (ages 12 - 14 as of January 1)                         Vaccination Requirements: Chickens must be from a flock which is NPIP
3. Junior Showmanship (ages 8 - 11 as of January 1)                                approved or has had a negative test for Pullorum disease within 12 months,
4. Beginner Showmanship (first time exhibitors, regardless of age)                 or has a negative test for Pullorum disease within 90 days before the Fair.
                                                                                   ∙ Every chicken must be accompanied to the fair with proof of Pullorum
Required show attire for all rabbit classes - long sleeved shirts (must be white       free status. If chickens are split from a hatchery batch the exhibitor must
in showmanship; sleeves may not be pushed or rolled up). See Livestock Fair            have a copy of the papers from the hatchery signed by the first owner
Requirements letter for additional rules for showmanship attire.                       indicating they were sold to a second party.
                                                                                   ∙ Birds purchased from a NPIP flock this year shall be the only birds on the
CLASS 101 - DOE RABBITS                                                                premises to be considered “directly” from the NPIP flock. If other poultry
ENTRY NUMBERS:                                                                         are on the premises, birds coming to the fair must be Pullorum tested.
1. Satin 5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                                                       ∙ All hens entered in the Hen & Egg Production Class must be Pullorum
2. Mini Rex             5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                                            tested. Hatchery papers are not valid after 1 year of age. Exhibitors
3. Holland Lop - Solid 5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                                             showing other chickens as well as Hen & Egg must have all chickens
4. Holland Lop - Broken                      5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                       coming to the fair Pullorum tested.
5. Californian          5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                                        ∙ Pullorum testing must be done prior to the fair. Pullorum testing will not
6. Dutch 5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                                                           be offered at the fair. Chickens brought to the fair without valid pullorum
7. Other Purebreds      5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                                            papers will be sent home.
(All first place winners compete for champion doe.)                                ∙ Please indicate on fair entry card if chickens need Pullorum tested.
                                                                                       Testing for Jr. Fair & Open Class chickens will be on July 21 at 6:00 p.m.
CLASS 102 - BUCK RABBITS                                                           ∙ Exhibitors must submit one completed Drug Use Notification Form for
ENTRY NUMBERS:                                                                         each bird and a copy of their hatchery papers or pullorum test papers
1. Satin 5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                                                           when checking in at the barn.
2. Mini Rex             5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                                        ∙ Waterfowl are exempt from the Pullorum testing requirement, but must
3. Holland Lop - Solid 5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                                             have a DUNF for each bird and a copy of hatchery papers (if available).
4. Holland Lop - Broken                      5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00
5. Californian          5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                                        Chicken & Waterfowl Skillathons: The Poultry Committee is sponsoring
6. Dutch 5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                                                       separate Chicken & Waterfowl Skillathons on Monday, August 17 at 9:00
7. Other Purebreds      5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                                        a.m. in the north end of the Judging Pavilion. Completed project books (4-H
(All first place winners compete for champion buck.)                               & FFA) must be turned in by noon on Monday. Book scores will count 10
                                                                                   points in the skillathon. Prizes will be awarded to top scoring senior and
NOTE: Indicate class number and entry number when entering buck or doe             junior chicken exhibitors and top scoring waterfowl exhibitors. Ties will be
rabbits. List the breed to be exhibited when entering "Other Purebreds".           broken using portions of the skillathon kit not included in the current year’s
                                                                                   test. There will be no make-up skillathons.
CLASS 103 - MEAT RABBITS                5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00
CLASS 104 - DOE & LITTER                                                           Premier Chicken and Waterfowl Exhibitor: A Premier Chicken/Waterfowl
ENTRY NUMBERS:                                                                     Exhibitor will be named from senior division chicken and waterfowl
1.Four Class Breeds 5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                                            exhibitors. All senior exhibitors (age 15 - 18) in ducks, geese, pullets,
2.Six Class Breeds  5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                                            cockerels, fancy poultry, hen & egg production, and chicken meat pen are
                                                                                   eligible. New for 2009: Previous winners are eligible to win the award again.
SHOW ORDER:
1. Senior Showmanship (ages 15-18 as of Jan. 1st)                                  Points will be tabulated on showmanship placing, class placing, and
2. Intermediate Showmanship (ages 12-14 as of Jan. 1st)                            skillathon scores. Placing 1st - 4th will earn 1, 2, 3 & 4 points respectively.
3. Jr. Showmanship (ages 8-11 as of Jan. 1st)                                      Participating in an event is worth 5 points if exhibitor does not place.
4. Beginner Showmanship (first time exhibitors, regardless of age)                 Exhibitor must participate in all three events to be eligible. Low score overall
5. Rabbit Skillathon Awards Presentation                                           wins. Ties will be broken by the exhibitor with the greatest number of chicken
6. Doe Classes                                                                     and waterfowl exhibits. Remaining ties will be broken by skillathon scores.
7. Championship Doe Class (all first place does compete)
8. Buck Classes                                                                    Overall Chicken/Waterfowl Exhibitor:
9. Championship Buck Class (all first place bucks compete)                         An award will be given to the chicken, duck and/or geese exhibitor who earns
10. Short break while meat rabbits are brought to the table and cooped.            the most points for Clean Pen Award, number of chicken and waterfowl
11. Meat Rabbits                                                                   exhibits, class placing, showmanship placing, and skillathon score. Points
12. Premier Rabbit Exhibitor Announced                                             will be 4 for 1st place, 3 for 2nd place, 2 for 3rd place and 1 point for
New for 2009: Doe & Litter Classes will be the first classes held after lunch.     participating but not placing. Winner will be the exhibitor earning the most
Rabbit Royalty will be named following the Doe & Litter Classes                    points.

             CHICKEN & WATERFOWL DEPARTMENT                                        ▸ New for 2009: Completed project books (4-H & FFA) must be turned in by
            Superintendents: Jean Bernard & Mandi Bernard                          noon on Monday to be complete.
                                                                                   ▸All changes in entries must be given to a superintendent by noon Monday.
Show bill will be posted on Monday morning for showmanship & classes.
▸Chicken & waterfowl exhibits remaining in the barn after pick-up hours          CLASS 110 - WATERFOWL & CHICKEN SHOWMANSHIP
(8:00 a.m.-12:00 noon on Sunday), without prior arrangements, will be sent       ENTRY NUMBERS:
to market with the meat pens.                                                    1. Waterfowl Showmanship (ages 8 - 18 as of January 1)
▸Chicken and waterfowl exhibitors will not receive West Lot parking decals.      2. Senior Chicken Showmanship (ages 15 - 18 as of January 1)
▸Exhibitors must participate in either showmanship or skillathon and turn in     3. Intermediate Chicken Showmanship (ages 12 - 14 as of January 1)
a completed project book by noon on Monday to complete their project or to       4. Junior Chicken Showmanship (ages 8 - 11 as of January 1)
be eligible to sell a meat pen in the Small Livestock Sale.                      5. Beginner Chicken Showmanship (first year exhibitors, regardless of age)
▸New for 2009: Specific breeds for Pullet and Cockerel entries have been         CLASS 111 - DUCKS (exhibit one hen and one drake)
eliminated. Pullets will show as Egg Production Breeds and Dual Purpose          ENTRY NUMBERS:
Breeds. Hybrids must show as pullets. All cockerels will show in one class.      1. Meat-type Ducks 5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00
▸Fancy Poultry will be split into purebred Bantam breeds and purebred                (Examples: Appleyard, Aylesbury, Muscovy, Pekin, Rouen & Saxony)
Standard Breeds.                                                                 2. All Other Ducks      5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00
▸New for 2009: Each exhibitor decides whether to show a breed as a                   (All breeds not listed above)
pullet/cockerel or a fancy, except hybrids, which must show as pullets. The      CLASS 112 - GEESE (exhibit one gander and one goose)
same exhibitor may not show the same breed as a pullet/cockerel and a fancy.     All Breeds 5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00
▸Cage tags may not be moved or removed. Penalty is having overall grade          CLASS 113 - HEN & EGG PRODUCTION (exhibit two hens and one
for project reduced by one letter grade.                                         dozen eggs)
▸Members may exhibit one pair of pullets per entry number, one pair of           All Breeds 5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00
cockerels and one pair of fancy poultry in each entry number. May not exhibit        (Exhibitor must have shown pullets in 2008. Limited to standard breeds)
the same breed as a pullet/cockerel and fancy.                                   CLASS 114 - PULLETS (pen of two) - Standard Purebred Breeds Only
▸Duck exhibitors may exhibit one pair in each entry number. Exhibit may be       ENTRY NUMBERS:
one pair of meat-type ducks and one pair of other ducks.                         1.Egg Production Breeds                       5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00
▸All exhibitors will sign up for barn duty on Sunday when checking in birds.     2.Dual Purpose Breeds (meat & eggs)           5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00
▸Exhibitors are responsible for taking care of their birds (feeding, watering,   Note: All hybrids, any standard cross not recognized by the American Poultry
cleaning birds & pens). Exhibitors on barn duty do not take care of exhibits.    Association as a purebred breed, must show as a pullet. Hybrids may not be
▸All pullets and cockerels must be hatched in the current year.                  shown as fancy poultry.
▸Waterfowl and hens do not have to be hatched in the current year.               CLASS 115 - COCKERELS (pen of two) - Standard Purebred Breeds Only
▸One entry in classes 112, 113, 115 & 117 ( geese, hen & egg production,         Note: All cockerels show together in one class.
cockerels and chicken meat pen).                                                 CLASS 116 - FANCY POULTRY (one pullet and one cockerel)
▸Two entries in classes 111, 114, and 116, only one entry per entry number       ENTRY NUMBERS:
(ducks, pullets, and fancy poultry).                                             1.Bantam Breeds         5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00
▸Exhibitor must be present for judging (unless excused by superintendent).       2.Standard Purebred Breeds                    5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00
▸Exhibitors must be present and remove poultry from pens for showing.            Note: An exhibitor may not show the same breed as pullet/cockerel and fancy.
▸Birds should be dry for judging.
▸Chickens & waterfowl will be one division for clean pen awards.                 Fancy Bantam breeds will show first, followed by fancy Standard purebred
Chicken Meat Pens:                                                               breeds. The winner of each division will compete for overall grand and
▸Meat chickens must be owned by the exhibitor within 5 days of hatch.            reserve fancy poultry.
▸Weight limit for chicken meat pens is 15-24 pounds per pen. Pens with
chickens outside the weight limit will be graded, but will be ineligible for     CLASS 117 - CHICKEN MEAT PEN (3 cockerels or 3 pullets)
premiums or sale.                                                                All Entries 5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00
▸An exhibitor with a chicken meat pen who is a "no show" at weigh-in or
judging will be ineligible to sell in the small livestock sale.                  SHOW ORDER:
▸Meat pens must show to sell and exhibitor must meet project completion          1. Waterfowl Showmanship (ages 8-18 as of January 1st)
requirements to sell.                                                            2. Senior Chicken Showmanship (ages 15-18 as of January 1st )
▸Chickens must be dry for weigh-in.                                              3. Intermediate Chicken Showmanship (ages 12-14 as of January 1st )
▸Chicken meat pens will weigh as they enter the Poultry Barn on Sunday.          4. Junior Chicken Showmanship (ages 8-11 as of January 1st )
Only 3 chickens will be weighed. NO re-weighs.                                   5. Beginner Chicken Showmanship (first year exhibitors, regardless of age)
▸Grand and Reserve Champion chicken meat pens must sell. All other pens          6. Overall Poultry Showmanship (top 15-18 year old winner from waterfowl
have the option of whether or not to sell.                                       and chicken showmanship will compete; winner will compete in Showman of
▸Exhibitors must indicate at weigh-in if they are selling their meat pen.        Showmen Contest)
▸Grand champion chicken meat pen and their exhibitor will pose in the Small      7. Skillathon Winners Announced
Livestock Sale Champions picture on Thursday at 5:30 p.m. at the Auctioneer      8. Chicken Meat Pens (3 cockerels or 3 pullets)
G.A. Pickworth Judging Pavilion picture booth.                                   9. Ducks - Meat-type (exhibit 1 hen and 1 drake)
▸Grand and Reserve Champion chicken meat pens will be exhibited in the           10. Ducks - All other types (exhibit 1 hen and 1 drake)
Auctioneer G.A. Pickworth Judging Pavilion by 5:45 p.m. on Thursday and          11. Geese (exhibit 1 gander and 1 goose)
will remain there throughout the sale. They will have their picture taken with   12. Waterfowl Championship Class (winners from duck & geese classes)
their buyer after leaving the ring and will return to the poultry barn at the    13. Hen & Egg Production (exhibit 2 hens & 1 dozen eggs)
conclusion of the entire sale.                                                   14. Pullets (pen of 2) - Standard Breeds Only
▸If a chicken meat pen is sent home after the Small Livestock Sale because of    15. Pullet Championship Class (winners of each breed entry compete)
an unacceptable exhibit, the sale is null and void.                              16. Cockerels (pen of 2) - Standard Breeds Only
▸$10.00 will be deducted from each exhibitor’s sale check that does not clean    17. Cockerels Championship Class (winners of each breed entry compete)
their chicken pen by 12:00 noon Sunday. The money will be earmarked for          18. Fancy Poultry (exhibit 1 pullet & 1 cockerel) - Bantam Breeds
poultry barn improvements.                                                       19. Fancy Poultry (exhibit 1 pullet & 1 cockerel) - Standard Purebred Breeds
Hen & Egg Production:                                                            20. Fancy Poultry Championship Class
▸Only exhibitors who showed pullets in 2008 are eligible.                        21. Overall Champion Chickens (non-market) - Champion pullets, cockerels
▸Exhibit is two hens and one dozen eggs.                                         and fancy poultry compete
▸Eggs brought on show day and must be from the same breed as exhibited.
▸Exhibitor brings the hens and the eggs to the table together for judging.                            TURKEY DEPARTMENT
▸Exhibit does not have to be the same birds or same breed as exhibited as            Superintendents: Kevin Palm, Mark Hinckley II & Dan Conney
pullets in 2008.
▸ALL hens must be Pullorum tested prior to the fair. Hatchery papers are         Check-in on Sunday, August 16 from 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
invalid for birds over one year of age. Exhibitor may test up to three hens.     NOTE: Turkeys must be in the turkey area by noon, not just on the
▸All hens must be banded prior to the fair. Birds without bands will be          fairgrounds!
banded at Pullorum testing.                                                      Weigh-in on Sunday, August 16 before penning.
NOTE: Indicate class number and entry number when entering poultry or            NOTE: Scales will be removed after 12:00 noon. Any turkeys not
waterfowl classes. List breed for all entries.                                   checked in or in line to be weighed by noon will be sent home.
Turkey Skillathon on Monday, August 17 at 9:00 a.m.                               ▸Turkeys should not be over 22 weeks old on show day.
Show Arm Bands Distributed at Pens on Tuesday, Aug. 18 at 8:45 a.m.               ▸Exhibitors are expected to be present and to remove turkeys from pens for
Show on Tuesday, August 18 at 9:00 a.m.                                           showing.
Small Livestock Sale on Thursday, August 20 at 6:00 p.m.                          ▸Weight limit for turkeys - minimum weight is 25 pounds. Turkeys under the
                                                                                  weight limit will be graded, but will be ineligible for premiums or sale.
Project Completion Requirements: All turkey exhibitors must participate in        ▸An exhibitor with a turkey who is incomplete or is a "no show" at weigh-in
either the Turkey Skillathon or turkey showmanship to complete their project      or judging will be ineligible to sell in the small livestock sale.
requirements. Exhibitors are encouraged to participate in both. There will be     ▸Birds should be dry for weigh-in and judging.
no make-up skillathon. New for 2009: Exhibitors must also turn in a               ▸Grand and Reserve Champion turkeys must sell. Others have option.
completed project book by noon on Monday to be complete.                          ▸All exhibitors selling turkeys must sign in at the turkey barn prior to
                                                                                  the start of the turkey sale.
Exhibitors must meet project completion requirements and birds must be            ▸Grand champion turkey and its exhibitor will pose in the Small Livestock
shown in market class to be eligible to sell.                                     Sale Champions picture on Thursday at 5:30 p.m. at the Auctioneer G.A.
                                                                                  Pickworth Judging Pavilion picture booth.
Vaccination Requirements: Turkeys must be from a flock which is NPIP              ▸Grand and Reserve Champion turkeys will be penned in the Auctioneer
approved or has had a negative test for Pullorum disease within 12 months.        G.A. Pickworth Judging Pavilion by 5:45 p.m. on Thursday and will remain
▸Every turkey must be accompanied to the fair with proof of Pullorum free         there throughout the sale. They will have their picture taken with their buyer
status. If turkeys are split from a hatchery batch the exhibitor must have a      after leaving the ring and will return to their pens after the sale.
copy of the papers from the hatchery signed by the first owner indicating they    ▸If a turkey is sent home after the Small Livestock Sale because of an
were sold to a second party.                                                      unacceptable exhibit, the sale is null and void.
▸Birds purchased from a NPIP flock this year shall be the only birds on the       ▸$10.00 will be deducted from each exhibitor’s sale check that does not clean
new premises to be considered “directly” from the NPIP flock. Turkeys on a        their turkey pen by 12:00 noon Sunday. The money will be earmarked for
premises with other poultry which do not meet NPIP requirements must be           turkey barn improvements.
blood tested by a veterinarian within 90 days before the fair, to obtain valid
Pullorum free papers.                                                             Please indicate turkeys which may be penned together on fair entry cards.
▸Turkeys brought to the fair without valid pullorum papers will be sent home.
▸Exhibitors must submit a completed Drug Use Notification Form and a copy         CLASS 120 - TURKEY SHOWMANSHIP
of their hatchery papers or pullorum test papers when weighing in at the fair.    ENTRY NUMBERS:
                                                                                  1. Senior Turkey Showmanship (ages 15 - 18 as of January 1)
Turkey Skillathon: The Poultry Committee is sponsoring a Turkey Skillathon            (Winner will represent turkeys in the Showman of Showmen Contest.)
on Monday, August 17 at 9:00 a.m. in the north end of the Auctioneer G.A.         2. Intermediate Turkey Showmanship (ages 12 - 14 as of January 1)
Pickworth Judging Pavilion. Completed project books (4-H & FFA), which            3. Junior Turkey Showmanship (ages 8 - 11 as of January 1)
must be turned in by noon on Monday, will count up to 10 points in the
skillathon. Prizes will be awarded to top scoring senior and junior turkey        CLASS 121 - TURKEYS (exhibit one tom)
exhibitors. Ties will be broken using portions of the skillathon kit not in the   All Breeds 5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00
current year’s test. There is no make-up skillathon.
                                                                                  SHOW ORDER:
Premier Turkey Exhibitor: A Premier Turkey Exhibitor will be named from           1. Senior Turkey Showmanship (ages 15-18 as of January 1st)
senior turkey exhibitors (ages 15 - 18, as of January 1). All 15 - 18 year old    2. Intermediate Turkey Showmanship (ages 12-14 as of January 1st)
turkey exhibitors are eligible. Points will be tabulated on showmanship           3. Junior Turkey Showmanship (ages 8-11 as of January 1st)
placing, class placing, and skillathon placing. Placings of 1st - 4th will earn   4. Skillathon Winners Announced
1, 2, 3 & 4 points respectively. Participating in an event is worth 5 points if   5. Turkey Weight Classes (exhibit 1 tom)
exhibitor does not place. Exhibitor must participate in all three events to be    6. Turkey Championship Class
eligible. Low score overall wins. Ties will be broken by skillathon score. New
for 2009: Previous winners are eligible, but may decline to compete.                                LLAMA & ALPACA DEPARTMENT
                                                                                                            Superintendent:
▸ New for 2009: Completed project books (4-H & FFA) must be turned in by                                Judging to be Determined
noon on Monday for exhibitors to be complete.
▸All changes in entries must be given to a superintendent by noon Monday.         CLASS 125 - LLAMAS & ALPACAS
Show bill will be posted on Monday morning for showmanship & classes.             All Entries 5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00
▸Turkey exhibits remaining at the fair after pick-up hours (8:00 a.m.-12:00
noon on Sunday), without prior arrangements, will be sent to market.                                    PET CARE DEPARTMENT
▸Exhibitors must sign up for barn duty when weighing their birds on Sunday.                   Superintendents: Elaine Conger & Sue Ann Miller
▸Turkey exhibitors will not receive West Lot parking decals.
▸All turkeys coming to the fair must be clean for visual inspection for           Pet Care posters due Sunday, August 16 from 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
infectious or contagious diseases. Dirty birds will be turned away.               Interview judging on Wednesday, August 19, starting at 9:00 a.m.
▸Exhibitor must participate in either showmanship or skillathon to complete
their project requirements and be eligible to sell, as well as turn in a          NOTE: Indicate class number and entry number when entering pets. Indicate
completed project book by noon on Monday.                                         type of pet when entering "Other Pets & Small Animals".
▸See sale rules on page 50 of fair book.                                          ▸ All pet project exhibitors must prepare an 8 ½" x 11" poster about their
▸Turkeys must be transported to the fair in a ventilated container. Exhibitors    project. Posters must be turned in on Sunday, August 16 between 10:00 a.m.
should contact the Extension Office or a Turkey Superintendent if they have       and 3:00 p.m. in the Auctioneer G.A. Pickworth Judging Pavilion. Posters
questions about appropriate containers.                                           should be on regular paper or posterboard only, no foam board may be used.
▸All turkeys must be hatched in the current year, owned by the exhibitor          Posters will be displayed in the Judging Pavilion throughout the fair.
within 5 days of hatch and cared for by exhibitor.                                Exhibitors without a poster will have their fair grade dropped one letter.
▸One entry allowed in class 121, turkeys. Entry must be a tom turkey.             ▸Exhibitors must bring their completed project book and completed Small
▸Penning is at the discretion of the superintendents. Turkeys will be penned      Animal Record Book (if required) to judging. Failure to bring the completed
in pens assigned to the exhibitor. Exhibit tags are not to be removed from        books will result in a grade reduction of one letter.
pens at any time (even at the end of fair when cleaning out pens). Exhibitor      ▸All grades and placings in Pet Care are based on exhibitor knowledge,
must see a superintendent for a new tag if the tag is torn off or damaged         project book, record book, poster and condition of animal. Placings are not
during fair.                                                                      based on animal conformation, breed type, etc.
▸Turkeys will have leg bands applied at weigh-in. The leg band numbers will       ▸Pets are not kept at fairgrounds. All pets are brought to the fairgrounds on
correspond to the exhibitor show number and the turkey pen number.                Wednesday, August 19. Judging interviews will be scheduled by pet species
▸Exhibitors should be at their turkey pens at 8:45 a.m. on Tuesday to get         beginning at 9:00 a.m. in the Auctioneer G. A. Pickworth Judging Pavilion.
show arm bands. Arm bands will match turkey leg band numbers.                     Specific interview times will be distributed prior to the Fair and will be
▸Exhibitor must be present for judging (unless excused by superintendent).        posted at the Fairgrounds. Do not bring your pet to the Fairgrounds early.
▸Exhibitors must indicate at weigh-in if they are selling their turkey.
CLASS 130 - PET CARE                                                              on Monday, August 17 at 5:00 p.m. in the Veteran’s Pavilion
ENTRY NUMBERS:                                                                    Performance Classes on Tuesday, August 18 at 9:00 a.m.
1.Guinea Pig            5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                                       Showmanship Classes on Wednesday, August 19 at 11:00 a.m.
2.Cat 1 - Purr-fect Pals5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                                       Draft Horse Class on Thurs, August 20 during Open Draft Horse Show
3.Cat 2 - Climbing Up 5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                                         Gymkhana Classes on Friday, August 21 at 9:00 a.m.
4.Cat 3 - Leaping Forward                     5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                 Versatility Classes on Saturday, August 22 at 9:00 a.m.
5.Small Animals         5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                                       Horse Skillathon on Sat., Aug. 22 from 3:00-6:00 p.m. in the horse barns
    (Hamsters, Gerbils, Mice, Rats, Chinchillas, Ferrets & Hedgehogs)
6.Other Pets & Small Animals                  5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00                 Vaccination Requirements: All equine exhibited at the fair must receive a Flu-
   (Self Determined: Cage Birds, Snakes, Turtles, Pheasants, Lizards, etc.)       Rhino vaccine. It is strongly recommended that they also be vaccinated for
                                                                                  rabies. Exhibitors should discuss their vaccination program with their
                         DOG DEPARTMENT                                           veterinarian, including whether or not to vaccinate for strangles, West Nile
               Superintendent: Linae Sherck & Megan Erf                           virus and/or Equine Herpes virus. The vaccination must be given by the fair
                                                                                  entry card deadline of July 20. A vaccination form must be filled out and
Dog Pre-registration Deadline on Tuesday, July 7 (Pre-registration form,          signed by an advisor and the veterinarian or horse person administering the
Certificate of Vaccination & Permission to Participate form due in                vaccination. Advisors will have vaccination forms and will turn in forms with
Extension Office.)                                                                entry cards. Back up horses are included. Failure to turn in the vaccination
County Dog Show on Tuesday, July 28 at 6:30 p.m. in Auctioneer G.A.               form by the deadline will result in the horse being ineligible for fair.
Pickworth Judging Pavilion
Dog Posters due Sunday, August 16 in Auctioneer G. A. Pickworth                   Horse Skillathon: The Horse Skillathon will be held on Saturday from
Judging Pavilion from 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.                                      3:00-6:00 p.m. in the horse barns. Each 4-H horse club will sponsor and host
                                                                                  one station in their barn area. Participants will visit the different stations in all
DOG POSTER CONTEST:                                                               barns where Junior Fair horse/pony projects are housed. Open to all horse
1. Dog Poster Contest posters due Sunday, August 16 from 10:00 a.m. - 3:00        project members. The contest will be split into Senior (ages 16-18),
p.m. at the Auctioneer G. A. Pickworth Judging Pavilion.                          Intermediate (ages 13-15) and Junior (ages 8-12). All stations will have a set
2. Only those participating in the Dog Poster Contest will be eligible for        time limit. Use beginning level project book, #174 - Beginning Horse
premiums and special awards.                                                      Management, to study for the Horse Skillathon. A green entry card is
3. Posters must be made using size 22" x 28" poster board, displayed              required.
horizontally. Content must be organized left to right and top to bottom.
4. The poster will relate something the member learned in the dog project.        Groom & Clean Contest: A Groom & Clean team will consist of 3 members.
5. Posters will be divided into Senior and Junior Divisions.                      Members do not have to belong to the same horse club. Each team should
6. Posters will be judged on Educational Content (50 points), Neatness/           submit one fair entry card per exhibitor, with the other 2 team members listed
Appearance (30 points) and Originality (20 points).                               in parenthesis. The Groom and Clean Contest will be held on Monday at
7.Include the following on the back of the poster: name, age as of January 1st,   12:00 noon in Verizon Arena. If a team must scratch from the contest, they
and 4-H club or FFA Chapter.                                                      need to do so the night before the contest. See Huron County 4-H Horse
8. Fill out a fair entry card for Dog Poster Contest.                             Program and Show Rules for complete rules. (NOTE: Animals used in
                                                                                  Groom & Clean Contest must be 13.2 hands or over.)
▸The Junior Fair Dog Program is conducted according to Huron County
Junior Fair Dog Program & Show Rules.                                             Equine Versatility: Senior and Junior Performance Versatility Classes will be
▸The County Dog Show is held prior to the fair. No dogs are shown at the          held on Saturday at 9:00 a.m.. Contestants qualify by placing 1st, 2nd, or 3rd in
fair.                                                                             a showmanship and/or horsemanship or equitation class at the fair. Entry
▸The County Dog Show in 2009 will be held at the Huron County                     cards must be signed by an advisor and turned in to the Horse Superintendent
Fairgrounds in the Auctioneer G.A. Pickworth Judging Pavilion on July 28 at       at the fair. Sr. & Jr. Performance Versatility classes will be Showmanship
6:30 p.m.                                                                         (western or English), English Pleasure, Western Horsemanship, and Cones &
▸Special High Point Awards: Junior and Senior.                                    Barrels.
▸Dog project member’s fair exhibit is a dog poster.
NOTE: Entries in the "A" division of any class shall include dogs and             Senior and Junior Gymkhana Versatility Classes will be held on Saturday,
exhibitors who have not previously competed in that junior fair class or          following Performance Versatility. Contestants must qualify by placing 1st,
sanctioned match. Dogs and/or exhibitors who have previously competed in          2nd, or 3rd in barrels, cones & barrels, pole bending or speed & control at the
a given class shall be entered in the "B" division of the class.                  fair. Entry cards must be signed by an advisor and turned in to the Horse
CLASS 140 - DOGS                                                                  Superintendent at the fair. Senior & Junior Gymkhana Versatility classes will
ENTRY NUMBERS:                                                                    be Western Horsemanship, Reining (Pattern A, state rules followed; flying
1.Showmanship A         5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00 R                                     lead change required), Speed & Control, and Pole Bending.
2.Showmanship B         5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00 R
3.Sub Novice A          5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00 R                                     NEW FOR 2009: All youth participating in any Junior Fair equestrian activity
4.Sub Novice B          5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00 R                                     are required to wear properly fitted protective headgear which meets or
5.Novice A5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00 R                                                   exceeds current ASTM/SEI standards with the chin harness securely fastened
6.Novice B5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00 R                                                   at all times while riding or driving an equine. See pages 12-13 in Uniform
7.Advanced Obedience Levels                     5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00 R             Rules for 4-H Horse Shows, 2009 revision, for complete rule.
8.You and Your Dog - Pet                        5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00 R
9. You and Your Dog - Show                      5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00 R             ▸Only one project animal per member may be exhibited at the fair. Additional
10.Working (Assistance) Dogs                    5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00 R             project animals may be used for state fair or king & queen competition.
CLASS 141 - DOG POSTER CONTEST                                                    ▸ Brothers, sisters, step-brothers and step-sisters may share the same project
ENTRY NUMBERS:                                                                    animal, if they are in different age divisions (excluding walk-trot). Only one
1.Dog Poster Contest, Senior                    3.00 2.00 1.00 .50 R              member of the family sharing the project animal may try out for state fair.
     (Ages 14-18 as of January 1)                                                 ▸ Each member may enroll their project horse and up to two back-up horses.
2.Dog Poster Contest, Junior                    3.00 2.00 1.00 .50 R              Back-up horses are secondary project animals, so the exhibitor must work
     (Ages 8-13 as of January 1)                                                  with the horse and be involved in its care. No grievances may be filed to
                                                                                  switch to any animal not enrolled for a member by May 15. If no animal is
                  SADDLE HORSE DEPARTMENT                                         available for fair, the exhibitor completes their project by being interviewed
                    Superintendent: Cathy Moyer                                   by a superintendent with their completed project and record book - Exhibitors
    Asst Superintendents: Tricia Skinner, Jan Daniels & Skip Dalton               may still participate in the Horse Skillathon and Groom & Clean Contest.
                                                                                  ▸ Back-up horses and leases horses: See “Ownership” on pages 6 & 7 in the
Horseless Horse Interviews on Monday, August 17, starting at 9:00 a.m.            Uniform Rules for 4-H Horse Shows book.
in the South End of the Livestock Judging Pavilion                                ▸ Switching to a back-up horse: The member, member’s family and club
Groom & Clean Contest on Mon, Aug 17 at 12:00 noon in Verizon Arena               advisors make the decision if a switch to a back-up horse is needed for fair.
Horse King & Queen Contest and Special Equine Awards Presentation                 ▸ All classes will be judged in accordance with rules as in 4-H Circular 179,
Uniform Rules for 4-H Horse Shows (NEW BOOK FOR 2009)                                 ask a horse advisor or the Extension Office for a copy.
▸ Members must ride their own horses (over 58") and pleasure or contest               ▸ Once an exhibitor has competed in performance for state fair and/or Horse
ponies (58" and under).                                                               King & Queen, that exhibitor may not enter walk-trot classes at the Huron
▸ Exhibitors must have animals in their continual care by May 15.                     County Junior Fair with that same horse or pony.
▸ Horses must have a Body Condition Score above 4 to be eligible to                   ▸ PARENTAL ACCESS TO JUDGES AT THE FAIR: No one may talk to the
participate in the fair. All horses will be checked by the Horse Council Body         judge or enter the ring during a show. AFTER the show, requests to speak to
Condition Score Committee. Horses must not be obviously sick or exhibit a             the judge must go through the show steward or superintendent. IF the judge
Grade 3 or greater lameness (Uniform Rules, pg. 14, #38).                             agrees to take questions, the exhibitor must be present and ask the questions.
▸ Each exhibitor will be required to make out an entry card for each entry            NOTE: Indicate class number and entry number when entering classes; Write
number in which he or she participates at fair entry time. All fair entry cards       exhibitor's birth date on upper left hand corner of every entry card.
must be signed by an advisor from the club.                                           CLASS 150 - HORSE PERFORMANCE
▸ Exhibitor's birth date should be written in upper left hand corner of every         ENTRY NUMBERS AND SHOW ORDER:
horse fair entry card. (Month, Day, Year)                                             1. Experienced Hunter Hack (2' jumps) 6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
▸ Exhibitors may enter in all classes in which they are eligible and qualified;           (Horses & Ponies)
one horse per rider per class.                                                        2. Beginner Hunter Hack (18" jumps) 6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
▸ Parents and advisors should not sign members up for classes the horse or                (Horses & Ponies)
rider are not properly schooled in.                                                   3. A & B - Walk-Trot Horsemanship/Equitation            6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
▸ All entry cards must contain the signature of an advisor, indicating member             for Inexperienced Riders (rider never entered any canter class in any
is approved to enter the class.                                                           competition this year; not eligible for any canter classes)
▸Except in gymkhana classes, animals may show in a class for animals taller           4. Sr. English Equitation (Horses & Ponies)             6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
than they are. Gymkhana animals must always show in the proper size class.            5. Int. English Equitation (Horses & Ponies)            6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
▸All 4-H horses and ponies must have a valid Huron County 4-H                         6. A & B- Jr. English Equitation             6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
membership/height card to enable them to show. (Protesting a measurement                  (Horses & Ponies)
must follow the Horse Council Grievance Procedure and requires a non-                 7. Sr. English Pleasure (Horses & Ponies)               6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
refundable $50.00 fee.)                                                               8. Int. English Pleasure (Horses & Ponies)              6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
▸ Trail, pattern class, reining & versatility classes will be split into Senior and   9. A & B - Jr. English Pleasure (Horses & Ponies) 6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
Junior Divisions. Senior Division is for ages 14-18 as of January 1; Junior           10. Sr. Western Horsemanship (Horses & Ponies)          6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
Division is for ages 8-13 as of January 1.                                            11. A & B - Int. Western Horsemanship 6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
▸ Pony classes are for Junior Division (ages 8-13) exhibitors only. All other             (Horses & Ponies)
exhibitors with ponies will compete in corresponding Intermediate (ages               12. A & B - Jr. Western Horsemanship (Horses)           6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
14-15) or Senior (ages 16-18) classes with horses and ponies combined.                13. A & B - Jr. Western Horsemanship (Ponies)           6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
▸ Horsemanship, equitation, pleasure, gymkhana, and showmanship classes               14. Sr. Western Pleasure Class (Horses & Ponies)        6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
for horses will be split into Senior, Intermediate and Junior Divisions. Senior       15. A & B - Int. Western Pleasure Class 6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
is for ages 16-18 as of January 1; Intermediate is for 13-15 as of January 1;             (Horses & Ponies)
and Junior is for ages 8-12 as of January 1. Intermediate age participants will       16. A & B - Jr. Western Pleasure Class (Horses)         6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
enter Senior or Junior Versatility, based on their age as of January 1.               17. A & B - Jr. Western Pleasure Class (Ponies)         6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
▸ Classes (except gymkhana) will be split at 12; Gymkhana classes will be             18. Senior Horsemanship Champion Class - First, second & third place
split at 15. Classes which must be split will be divided evenly by the age of             exhibitors from classes 4 & 10.
entrants. Exhibitors will remain in their class split for the entire show,            19. Intermediate Horsemanship Champion Class - First, second & third place
regardless of scratches.                                                                  exhibitors from classes 5, 11A & 11B.
▸ Tack inspection will begin 30 minutes prior to show time.                           20. Junior Horsemanship Champion Class - First, second & third place
▸Entering the arena for classes with a pattern: The entire class will enter the           exhibitors from classes 6A, 6B, 12A, 12B, 13A & 13B.
arena and put their “tail to the rail”. The judge will then call individuals to do    21. Snaffle Performance (Animals 5 & under only) 6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
their pattern work. There will be a two minute gate call for all participants to      22. Sr. Pattern Class - Beginner (Horses & Ponies) 6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
enter the arena or be disqualified from the class.                                    23. Jr. Pattern Class - Beginner (Horses & Ponies) 6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
▸Only exhibitors in the next class may have their horses in the area right            24. Sr. Reining (Horses & Ponies)            6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
outside the entry gate of the arena.                                                  25. Jr. Reining (Horses & Ponies)            6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
▸NEW FOR 2009: End of Class Safety: One adult per exhibitor will be                   26. Sr. Trail Class (Horses & Ponies)        6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
allowed to enter the arena after the class has been judged to help hold the           27. Jr. Trail Class (Horses & Ponies)        6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
horse, if needed.                                                                     28. Walk-Trot Trail Class (Horses & Ponies)             6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
▸NEW FOR 2009: Handing out Awards: Those placing in a class (including                    (All ages, not eligible for any canter classes)
Honorable Mention) will be named in random order. All other class
participants will be excused. Ribbons and trophies will be presented in the           CLASS 151 - HORSE SHOWMANSHIP
arena as winners are announced.                                                       ENTRY NUMBERS AND SHOW ORDER:
▸ Only the exhibitor may ride or school their project animal at the fair, except      26. Sr. Western Showmanship (Horses & Ponies)      6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
for longing or a safety correctional situation with the exhibitor present.            27. A & B - Int. Western Showmanship 6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
▸ Immediate family members may ride the exhibitor’s project horse in Fun                  (Horses & Ponies)
Shows and flag ceremonies.                                                            28. A & B - Jr. Western Showmanship (Horses)       6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
▸ Anyone riding a horse must wear heeled boots and the horse must be                  29. A & B - Jr. Western Showmanship (Ponies)       6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
bridled.                                                                              30. Sr. English Showmanship (Horses & Ponies)      6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
▸ The only trophies and ribbons that may be displayed in the junior fair horse        31. Int. English Showmanship (Horses & Ponies)     6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
barns during the fair are from the current State Fair Junior Division Horse           32. Jr. English Showmanship (Horses & Ponies)      6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
Show and the current Huron County Fair. (Performance show, gymkhana                   33. Senior Showmanship Champion Class - First, second & third place
show, showmanship show, skillathon, versatility, groom & clean, pony show,                exhibitors from classes 26 & 30.
draft horse show and fun shows)                                                       34. Intermediate Showmanship Champion - First, second & third place
▸ All male horses exhibited at the fair must be gelded.                                   exhibitors from classes 27A, 27B & 31.
▸ Horses must be exhibited at the fair all week to be eligible to show, unless        35. Junior Showmanship Champion Class - First, second & third place
special permission is granted by the Senior Fair Board.                                   exhibitors from classes 28A, 28B, 29A, 29B & 32.
▸ No over and under ropes are allowed in the arena.
▸ No barn decorations may be removed until check-out time.                            CLASS 152 - GYMKHANA
▸ Horses may be worked in Weisenberger Arena and the Verizon Arena                    ENTRY NUMBERS AND SHOW ORDER:
during posted hours. Longing times are for Open and Junior Fair combined.             33. Sr. Western Cloverleaf Barrels        6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
▸ Horses are not to be ridden in either arena during non-riding times, if any             (Horses & Ponies)
horses are being longed or worked at halter in the arena.                             34. Int. Western Cloverleaf Barrels       6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
▸ Horses are not to be longed or worked at halter in either arena, other than             (Horses & Ponies)
assigned times, if any mounted animal is in the arena.                                35. A & B - Jr. Western Cloverleaf Barrels          6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
▸ Grievance Procedure: See Huron County Horse Fair Requirements letter, or                (Horses & Ponies)
36. Walk-Trot Barrels (Horses & Ponies) 6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R                       5. Animals - Pencil or Charcoal
    (All ages, not eligible for any canter classes)                                 6. Animals - Water Color or Tempera
37. Sr. Flag Race (Horses & Ponies)          6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R                  7. Birds - Acrylic
38. Int. Flag Race (Horses & Ponies)         6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R                  8. Birds - Oil
39. A & B - Jr. Flag Race (Horses & Ponies)            6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R        9. Birds - Other Media
40. Sr. Cones & Barrels (Horses & Ponies)              6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R        10. Birds - Pen and Ink or Chalk
41. Int. Cones & Barrels (Horses & Ponies)             6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R        11. Birds - Pencil or Charcoal
42. A & B - Jr. Cones & Barrels (Horses & Ponies) 6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R             12. Birds - Water Color or Tempera
43. Sr. Stakes (Horses & Ponies)             6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R                  13. Calligraphy
44. Int. Stakes (Horses & Ponies)            6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R                  14. Cartooning
45. A & B - Jr. Stakes (Horses & Ponies) 6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R                      15. Ceramics
46. Sr. Pole Bending Pattern (Horses & Ponies)         6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R        16. Collage
47. Int. Pole Bending Pattern (Horses & Ponies)        6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R        17. Commercial Art
48. A & B - Jr. Pole Bending Pattern         6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R                  18. Computer Art - Collage
    (Horses & Ponies)                                                               19. Computer Art - Photo Restoration
49. Sr. Speed and Control (Horses and Ponies)          6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R        20. Computer Art - Pixel
50. Int. Speed and Control (Horses and Ponies)         6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R        21. Computer Art - Vector
51. A & B - Jr. Speed and Control            6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R                  22. Conceptual
    (Horses and Ponies)                                                             23. Copper Enameling
All gymkhana classes will count as points for Grand and Reserve. A & B              24. Crafts - Batik
division times for each age division will be combined to award points.              25. Crafts - Cross Stitch
                                                                                    26. Crafts - Macrame or Hemp
CLASS 153 - OTHER HORSE PROGRAMS                                                    27. Crafts - Other Media
ENTRY NUMBERS:                                                                      28. Crafts - Paper Quilling
52. Draft Horse 6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R                                               29. Crafts - Wood Burning
    (Judged on Thursday during the Open Draft Horse Show)                           30. Creative Stitchery
53.Horseless Horse, 1   st
                             year          6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R                    31. Creative Weaving - Rugs, Macrame, etc.
                                                                                    32. Cut Paper
54.Horseless Horse, 2   nd
                             year          6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R                    33. Design - All-Over Pattern, Black and White
55.Horseless Horse, 3   rd
                          year & beyond 6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R                       34. Design - All-Over Pattern, Color
                                                                                    35. Design - Fashion
56. Senior Performance Versatility          6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
                                                                                    36. Design - Graphic, Logos, Lettering with picture, etc.
    (Must qualify to enter by placing 1st, 2nd or 3rd in a Sr. showmanship
                                                                                    37. Figure or Portrait - Acrylic
    and/or horsemanship or equitation class. 1st, 2nd & 3rd place winners, age
                                                                                    38. Figure or Portrait - Colored Pencil
    14, in intermediate classes also eligible. Entries made at fair.)
                                                                                    39. Figure or Portrait - Oil
57. Junior Performance Versatility          6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
                                                                                    40. Figure or Portrait - Other Media
    (Must qualify to enter by placing 1st, 2nd or 3rd in a jr. showmanship and/or
                                                                                    41. Figure or Portrait - Pen and Ink or Chalk
    horsemanship or equitation class. 1st, 2nd & 3rd place winners, ages 12-13,
                                                                                    42. Figure or Portrait - Pencil or Charcoal
    in intermediate classes also eligible. Entries made at fair.)
                                                                                    43. Figure or Portrait - Water Color or Tempura
58. Senior Gymkhana Versatility             6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
                                                                                    44. Jewelry
    (Must qualify to enter by placing 1st, 2nd or 3rd in sr. barrels, cones &
                                                                                    45. Landscape or Seascape - Acrylic
    barrels, pole bending or speed & control . 1st, 2nd & 3rd place winners, age
                                                                                    46. Landscape or Seascape - Colored Pencil
    14, in intermediate classes also eligible. Entries made at fair.)
                                                                                    47. Landscape or Seascape - Oil
59. Junior Gymkhana Versatility             6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
                                                                                    48. Landscape or Seascape - Pen and Ink or Chalk
    (Must qualify to enter by placing 1st, 2nd or 3rd in jr. barrels, cones &
                                                                                    49. Landscape or Seascape - Pencil or Charcoal
    barrels, pole bending or speed & control. 1st, 2nd & 3rd place winners, ages
                                                                                    50. Landscape or Seascape - Water Color or Tempura
    12-13, in intermediate classes also eligible. Entries made at fair.)
                                                                                    51. Lettering
60. Senior Horse Skillathon                 6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
                                                                                    52. Mixed Media
61. Intermediate Horse Skillathon           6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
                                                                                    53. Narrative (storytelling)
62. Junior Horse Skillathon                 6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
                                                                                    54. Original Posters
63. Senior Groom & Clean Contest            6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
                                                                                    55. Papier Mache
    (At least one team member is 14-18 years old as of January 1. Fill out one
                                                                                    56. Paper Making
    entry card per member, with other team members listed. Premium paid to
                                                                                    57. Perspective
    each team member.)
                                                                                    58. Photography - Black and White
64. .Junior Groom & Clean Contest           6.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 R
                                                                                    59. Photography - Color
    (All three team members must be 8-13 years old as of January 1. Fill out
                                                                                    60. Prints - Linoleum, Wood Block, etc.
    one entry card per member, with other team members listed. Premium
                                                                                    61. Science Fiction - Acrylic
    paid to each team member.)
                                                                                    62. Science Fiction - Oil
                                                                                    63. Science Fiction - Other Media
                        SCHOOL ART DEPARTMENT
                                                                                    64. Science Fiction - Pen and Ink or Chalk
              Superintendent: John Buss, Willard City Schools
                                                                                    65. Science Fiction - Pencil or Charcoal
                   Judging - Tuesday, August 18 at 8:30 a.m.
                                                                                    66. Science Fiction - Water Color or Tempera
1. Exhibits shall be open to senior/junior high schools in Huron County
                                                                                    67. Scratchboard
     having a regular art program.
                                                                                    68. Sculpture
2. Entries must be made by July 20. All entry blanks must be signed by the
                                                                                    69. Silk Screen
art teacher.
                                                                                    70. Special Effects
3. Art work should be of a creative nature, not copies from photographs or
                                                                                    71. Still Life - Acrylic
     work of other artists.
                                                                                    72. Still Life - Colored Pencil
4. Exhibits must be in place by 3:00 p.m., Sunday, August 16 and will be
                                                                                    73. Still Life - Oil
     released at 8:00 a.m. on Sunday, August 23.
                                                                                    74. Still Life - Other Media
5. Each participating Art Department will receive $75.00.
                                                                                    75. Still Life - Pen and Ink or Chalk
CLASS 160 - SENIOR/JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                                                                    76. Still Life - Water Color or Tempera
Art Freehand Drawing and Design (Grades 9, 10, 11, 12).
                                                                                    77. Textile Design
     ENTRY NUMBERS:
1. Animals - Acrylic
                                                                                                SCHOOL INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT
2. Animals - Oil
                                                                                                        Judging - Tuesday, August 18
3. Animals - Other Media
                                                                                    ▸All projects must be woodworking projects completed as a part of a
4. Animals - Pen and Ink or Chalk
student’s Industrial Arts class the current year.
▸A fair entry card must be completed and turned in by July 20 to enter.                                 BOY SCOUT DEPARTMENT
▸Each participating Industrial Arts Department will receive $50.00.                 Each interested Cub Scout and/or Boy Scout Den and/or Pack in Huron
▸One entry in Class 165 per student.                                                County may prepare an educational booth. Reservations due by July 1.
CLASS 165 - INDUSTRIAL ARTS WOODWORKING                                             CLASS 171 - BOY SCOUT BOOTHS                           $15.00

                        GIRL SCOUT DEPARTMENT                                                       AGRONOMY BUILDING BOOTH EXHIBITS
                  Superintendents: Belinda & Melissa Terry                                      Huron Soil and Water Conservation District in Charge
           Interview Judging - Wednesday, August 19 at 9:00 a.m.                    CLASS 180 - FFA BOOTHS $50.00
▸All projects must be completed as part of Huron County Girl Scout troop as         1. Exhibits, except one designated booth, shall feature a conservation theme
a part of current year’s work.                                                      for the benefit of the general public. Exhibits, other than the designated
▸A fair entry card must be completed and turned in to a Girl Scout                  booth, not demonstrating a conservation theme will not be judged and
Superintendent by July 1 for each entry.                                            will not be eligible for a premium.
▸All posters must be no bigger than 11" x 14".                                      2. The 2009 designated booth is South Central FFA. The designated booth
▸Interview judging will take place in the Miscellaneous Building. There will             may promote and publicize FFA.
be judging on all projects.                                                         3. Eligibility - Any bona-fide Agricultural Science Department/FFA Chapter
▸All fair exhibits for culinary projects is a poster on the New Food Pyramid             in Huron County.
(www.MyPyramid.gov) .                                                               4. Conditions - Each booth will measure 6 ft. wide, 6 ft. high, 4 ft. deep.
▸Trophies for Outstanding project in each age level donated by Belinda Terry.            Exhibits should cover 6 ft. in the front and taper to 4 ft. in the rear.
CLASS 170 - GIRL SCOUTS                                                                  Electricity for mechanical units will be available.
ENTRY NUMBERS:                                                                      5. Exhibit should be attractive and have a conservation message. Front must
DAISY GIRL SCOUTS (Grades K-1)                                                           be covered with chicken wire or heavy plastic. The chapter name should
    1. Culinary         2.00 1.00 .50                                                    be placed at the top and front of the booth using 6 inch lettering.
    2. Customs and Traditions 2.00 1.00 .50                                         6. Lighting, motors and other mechanical features should be constructed to
    3. Arts 2.00 1.00 .50                                                                operate during the entire Fair. All mechanical devices should be
    4. Out-of-Doors 2.00 1.00 .50                                                        assembled and tested at home. The electric mechanism will operate on 20
    5. Girl Scout Program       2.00 1.00 .50                                            ampere fuses. A competent person will start and stop the mechanical
BROWNIE GIRL SCOUTS (Grades 1-3)                                                         devices each day. It is imperative that the switch in a booth be located
    6. Culinary 2.00 1.00 .50                                                            near the front. FFA Advisors will observe their booth daily for proper
    7. Life Skills2.00 1.00 .50                                                          operation of all mechanical equipment.
    8. Customs and Traditions 2.00 1.00 .50                                         7. All booths must be complete and in place by 8:00 a.m., Monday, August
    9. Science and Beyond       2.00 1.00 .50                                            17, or the booth will not be judged.
    10. Arts      2.00 1.00 .50                                                     8. Premiums - Each booth will receive $50.00. Ribbons will be given to the
    11. Communications          2.00 1.00 .50                                       first three placings. Booths must be cleaned out at the conclusion of fair
    12. Out-of-Doors            2.00 1.00 .50                                       week or the premium will not be paid.
    13. Girl Scout Program      2.00 1.00 .50                                       9. A plaque and scholarship to Forestry Camp will be presented to the first
JUNIOR GIRL SCOUTS (Grades 3-5)                                                          place booth at the Huron SWCD Annual Banquet.
    14. Culinary 2.00 1.00 .50                                                      10. Exhibits will be judged on the following basis:
    15. Sewing 2.00 1.00 .50                                                             A. POWER TO ATTRACT ATTENTION (Catches the eye)                       30 points
    16. Customs and Traditions2.00 1.00 .50                                                 1. Presents an original, appealing, attractive display.
    17. Arts      2.00 1.00 .50                                                             2. Uses models, life, motion, color or light to attract the attention
    18. Communications          2.00 1.00 .50                                               of the public to the booth.
    19. Out-of-Doors            2.00 1.00 .50                                            B. POWER TO AROUSE AND HOLD INTEREST 30 points
    20. Girl Scout Program      2.00 1.00 .50                                               1. Deals with significant and important thoughts of the viewers. It
CADETTES GIRL SCOUTS (Grades 6-8)                                                           creates suspense and arouses their curiosity and interest.
    21. Culinary 2.00 1.00 .50                                                           C. ADEQUATE DEVELOPMENT OF THE MESSAGE OR THEME
    22. Life Skills             2.00 1.00 .50                                                                                                                  40 points
    23. Customs and Traditions2.00 1.00 .50                                                 1. Develops one central idea so that it is clearly and readily understood.
    24. Science and Beyond 2.00 1.00 .50                                                    2. Presents an uncluttered appearance that does not detract from
    25. Arts      2.00 1.00 .50                                                             theme.
    26. Communication           2.00 1.00 .50
    27. Out-of-Doors            2.00 1.00 .50                                                            SPECIAL CLUB AWARDS
    28. Girl Scout Program                                                          4-H CLUBS:
SENIOR GIRL SCOUTS (Grades 9-10)                                                    50% to 75% of members exhibiting - $15.00
    29. Culinary 2.00 1.00 .50                                                      76% to 90% of members exhibiting - $20.00
    30. Life Skills             2.00 1.00 .50                                       91% to 100% of members exhibiting - $25.00
    31. Customs and Traditions2.00 1.00 .50                                         AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENTS:
    32. Science and Beyond 2.00 1.00 .50                                            50% to 75% of members exhibiting - $25.00
    33. Arts      2.00 1.00 .50                                                     76% to 90% of members exhibiting - $35.00
    34. Communication           2.00 1.00 .50                                       91% to 100% of members exhibiting - $45.00
    35. Out-of-Doors            2.00 1.00 .50
    36. Girl Scout Program      2.00 1.00 .50                                                                   CLOTHING AWARDS
AMBASSADOR GIRL SCOUTS (Grades 11-12)                                               Clothing Construction
    37. Culinary 2.00 1.00 .50
    38. Life Skills             2.00 1.00 .50                                       1. Best Exhibits, Ready Let’s Sew (Entry 1) - $5.00 awards from: Carol's
    39. Customs and Traditions2.00 1.00 .50                                             Ultra Stitch & Variety, Willard (2), Barry & Rhonda Jester & Family (2),
    40. Science and Beyond 2.00 1.00 .50                                                Northside Country Kids 4-H Club (1), The Stitchery Embroidery &
    41. Arts      2.00 1.00 .50                                                         Screen Printing (2)
    42. Communication           2.00 1.00 .50                                       2. Best Exhibit, Tops for Tweens (Entry 2) - Silver In Memory of John K.
    43. Out-of-Doors            2.00 1.00 .50                                           Wells from Emilie Wells
    44. Girl Scout Program      2.00 1.00 .50
                                                                                    3. Best Exhibit, Joyful Jumper (Entry 3) - Silver from Edward & Sharon
GIRL SCOUT BADGE CLINIC: A Badge Clinic for Girl Scouts and                             Eden
Brownies will be held on Friday, August 21 from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon at the         4. Best Exhibit, Accessories for Teens (Entry 4) - Silver from Cyndi
Veteran’s Pavilion. All Girl Scouts presenting the clinic or participating in the       McFadden and Scot & Kelly Smith
clinic must wear their Scout uniform. All Girl Scouts in uniform will be
admitted to the fair free until 9:00 a.m.                                           5. Best Exhibit, Sportswear for Spectators (Entry 5) -       Silver from Hairway
   61, Kelly Gray, Owner                                                            Country Kids 4-H Club
6. Best Exhibit, Active Sportswear (Entry 6) - Silver from National City         2. Best Exhibit, Block By Block (Entry 2) - Silver from Jim & Maryellen
7. Best Exhibit, Clothing for Middle School (Entry 7) - Silver from Jim &           Hamernik
   Maryellen Hamernik                                                            3. Best Exhibit, Keepsake Quilt (Entry 3) - Silver from Jim & Juanita Oney
8. Best Exhibit, Sew for Others (Entry 8) - Silver from Patio Enclosures, Inc.         FURNITURE AND WOODWORK RECYCLING AWARDS

9. Best Exhibit, Lounging Apparel (Entry 9) - Silver from Knit-A-Bit Shop        1. Best Exhibit, Large Refinished Articles (Entry 1) - Silver from Schreiner
                                                                                    Woodworking
10.Best Exhibit, Dress-Up Outfits (Entry 10) - Silver from Richmond              2. Best Exhibit, Small Refinished Articles (Entry 2) - Silver from   Michael P.
   Mother's Helpers 4-H Club
                                                                                    Kisil, D.D.S.
11.Best  Exhibit, Outer Layers (Entry 11) - Gift Certificate from Jump's
                                                                                 3. Best Exhibit, Restored Furniture (Entry 3) - Silver from Dave Simpson
   Clothing
                                                                                    Family
12.Best Exhibit, Clothes for High School and College (Entry 12) - Silver         4. Best Exhibit, Reupholstered Furniture (Entry 4) - Silver from      Deb and
   from Richmond Workers 4-H Club
                                                                                    Kit Angell
13.Best Exhibit, Clothing for Your Career (Entry 13) - Silver in Memory of                  HOME DECORATING AND DESIGN AWARDS
   Jordan L. Smith from Scot & Kelly Smith                                       1. Best Exhibit, Adventures in Home Living (Entry 1) - Silver from Steffanni
14.Best   Exhibit, Creative Costumes (Entry 14) - Silver from Marissa               Carpet
   Hamernik, 2002 Junior Fair Queen                                              2. Best Exhibit, Designing Outdoor Living Spaces (Entry 2) - Silver from
Clothing Selection
                                                                                    National City
15.Best   Exhibits, Fun With Clothes (Entry 16) - $5.00 awards from
                                                                                 3. Best Exhibit, Home Furnishings (Entries 3 & 4) - Silver from Secor
   Northside Co. Kids 4-H Club (1); The Stitchery Embroidery & Screen
                                                                                    Funeral Home
   Printing (1)
                                                                                             MANAGEMENT AND EQUIPMENT AWARDS
16.Best Exhibit, It’s Time For Clothing, Beginner (Entry 17) - Silver from       1. Best Exhibit, Money Management, Junior (Entries 1 & 2) - Silver from
   Local TV & Electronics, Inc.
                                                                                    Firelands Memorial Unit 706 Auxiliary
17.Best Exhibit, It’s Time For Clothing, Intermediate (Entry 18) - Silver        2. Best Exhibit, Money Management, Senior (Entries 3 & 4) - Silver from
   from Deb & Kit Angell
                                                                                    Brandi Simpson
18.Best Exhibit, It’s Time For Clothing, Advanced (Entry 19) - Silver from       3. BestExhibit, Laundry (Entries 5 & 6) - Silver from Huron County
   Ronald Neill Family
                                                                                    Pomona Grange
19.Best Exhibit, Frugal Fashion (Entry 20) - Silver from Erica Edwards                                 FAMILY LIFE AWARDS
  Shoemaker, 1997 Junior Fair Queen                                              1. Best Exhibit, Child Development (Entries 1 - 3) - Silver In Memory of
Modeling Review
                                                                                    Janet Kennard
20.First Place Beginning Modeling (Entry 21) - Silver In Memory of Janet         2. Best Exhibit, Family History Treasure Hunt - Beginning (Entry 4) - Silver
   Kennard from the Huron Valley Go-Getters 4-H Club
                                                                                    Award & Book from Huron County Chapter Ohio Genealogical Society
21.Second Place Beginning Modeling (Entry 21) - Silver from Mapleview            3. Best Exhibit, Family History Treasure Hunt - Advanced (Entry 5) - Silver
   Animal Hospital
                                                                                    Award & $25 Gift Certificate from Huron County Chapter Ohio
22.First Place Junior Modeling (Entry 22) - (previous winners ineligible) -         Genealogical Society
   Silver from The Croghan Colonial Bank                                                        PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT AWARDS
23.Second Place Junior Modeling (Entry 22) - Silver from Glass Doctor            1. Best FCS Self Determined Project (Entry 1) - Silver from Linder Farms
24.First Place Intermediate Modeling (Entry 23) - (previous winners              2. Best Exhibit, Creative Writing - Intermediate (Entry 2) - Silver from
   ineligible) - Silver from Emily Hamernik Rozek, 1996 Junior Fair Queen           Peggy Case in Memory of Gerald Case
25.Second Place Intermediate Modeling (Entry 23) - Silver from Linder            3. Best Exhibit, Creative Writing - Senior (Entry 3) - Silver from Willard
   Farms                                                                            Times Junction
26.First Place Senior Modeling (Entry 24) - (previous winners ineligible) -      4. Best Exhibit, Writing and Reporting for Teens (Entry 4) - Silver       from
   Silver from Ma Greene 4-H Fund, Huron County Federation of Farm                  Willard Times Junction
   Women's Club                                                                  5. Best Exhibit, Collectibles (Entry 5) - Silver from Firelands Electric Coop.
27.Second Place Senior Modeling (Entry 24) - $15.00 Award from Wurzel            6. Best Exhibit, Theater Arts (Entries 6-8) - Silver from Ma Greene 4-H
   Tailoring & Clothing Co.
                                                                                    Fund, Huron County Federation of Farm Women’s Club
28.Best Entry in Style Review - (previous winners ineligible) - Award In                              FOOD & NUTRITION AWARDS
   Memory of Linda Smith from Huron County Junior Dairy Club                     1. Best Exhibits, I Spy in the Kitchen (Entry 1) - $5.00 Awards from
29.Best Exhibit, Clothing Selection - (previous winners ineligible) - Silver        Northside Country Kids 4-H Club (2), Brides World (1), Norwich
   from Huron County Home Economics Association                                     Friendly Neighbors Club (1), Flashes 4-H Club (2)
               CLOTHING SKILLATHON AWARDS                                        2. BestExhibit, Mini Meal Magic (Entry 2) - Silver from Ripley Nifty
1. First Place Clothing Construction Skillathon - Beginner - Silver from            Needlers and Cookers 4-H Club.
   Joyce Beck, Master Clothing Educator                                          3. Best Exhibit, Let’s Bake Quick Breads (Entry 3) - Silver from Firelands
2. FirstPlace Clothing Construction Skillathon - Junior - Silver from               Electric Cooperative
   Richmond Mother’s Helpers 4-H Club                                            4. BestExhibit, Yeast Breads on the Rise (Entry 4) - Silver from Erica
3. First Place Clothing Construction Skillathon - Senior - Silver from Carie        Edwards Shoemaker, 1997 Huron County Jr. Fair Queen
   Edwards, 2005 Junior Fair Queen                                               5. Best Exhibit, You’re the Chef (Entry 5) - Silver from Firelands Memorial
4. First Place Clothing Selection Skillathon - Junior - Silver from National        Unit 706 Auxiliary
   City                                                                          6. Best Exhibit, Outdoor Chef (Entry 6) - Silver from Flashes 4-H Club
5. First Place Clothing Selection Skillathon - Senior - Silver from Wakeman      7. Best Exhibit, Meals in Minutes (Entry 7) - Silver from Schild’s        IGA
   Blue Ribbon 4-H Club
                                                                                    Marketplace
                           QUILTING AWARDS
1. Best Exhibit, Patched N’ Pieced Pillow (Entry 1) - Silver from Northside      8. Best Exhibit, Star Spangled   Foods (Entry 8) - Silver from Koch Installed
                                                                                    Sales
9. Best Exhibit, Food & Fitness for Fun (Entry 9) - Silver from Gary &           12.Second  Place Computer Technology or Multi-Media (Entries 6-8) -
   Holly Valko                                                                      Norwalk Pest Control
10.Best Exhibit, Food & Fitness Choices for You (Entry 10) - Silver from                              FLORICULTURE AWARDS
   Dave Simpson Family                                                           1. Best Exhibit, Specimen Flowers (Class 17) - Silver from Tom & Kathy
11.Best  Exhibit, The Global Gourmet (Entry 11) - Silver from K & P                 Phillips, In Memory of Kelly Phillips
   Trucking Co.                                                                  2. Best Exhibit, Dahlia (Class 17, Entries 18 - 22) - Award from Duane &
12.Best Exhibit, Fast Break for Breakfast (Entry 12) - Silver from Townsend         Leann Palm
   Top Notchers 4-H Club                                                         3. Best Exhibit, Gladiolus (Class 17, Entries 42 - 44) - Silver from Hazel
13.Best  Exhibit, Pathways to Culinary Success (Entry 13) - Silver from             Myers & Jan Wade
   Firelands Memorial Unit 706 Auxiliary                                         4. Best Exhibit, Potted Plants (Class 18, Entries 1 - 11) - Silver from
14.Best Exhibit, Sweet Treats (Entry 14) - Silver from Brides World                 Garden Club of Norwalk

15.Best Exhibit, Cookies, Cookies, Cookies (Entry 15) - Silver from The          5. Best Exhibit Hanging Basket (Class 18, Entries 12 - 14) - Silver from
                                                                                    Town & Country Garden Club
   Tux World
16.Best Exhibit, Easy as Pie (Entry 16) - Silver from Brides World               6. Best Flower Arrangement (Class 18, Entries 15 - 28) - Silver from
                                                                                    Betschman's Flowers on Main
17.Most Creative Table Setting - Silver In Memory of Diane Lichoff from          7. Best Exhibit, Dried Flower Arrangement (Class 18, Entries 29 - 31) -
   Brandi & Paul Simpson
                                                                                    Silver from Garden Club of Norwalk
18.Best Exhibit in Food Show - Large Silver from Ma Greene 4-H Fund,             8. Best Exhibit, Small Scarecrow (Class 18, Entry 32) - Silver In Memory of
   Huron County Federation of Farm Women's Club
                                                                                    Loisanne Heyman from the Heyman/Hamernik Families
                FOOD & FASHION BOARD AWARDS
Outstanding Food Board Member - Basket from John & Bev Brooks &                  9. Most Creative Flower Exhibit Using Daisies (Class 18) - Silver from Tom
Family                                                                               & Kathy Phillips, In Memory of Kelly Phillips
Outstanding Fashion Board Member - Basket from John & Bev Brooks &               10. Best Floriculture Interview - Silver from the Huron County Association of
Family                                                                               Master Gardeners
                    CHEF OLYMPICS AWARDS                                                                       CROPS AWARDS
1. First Place Team Awards - Huron County Farm Bureau, Inc.                      Premier Crop Exhibitor Award - Plaque from Jeremy Sherman & Luke
                                                                                 Worcester
2. Event Awards - Crider Quality Jewelers and Firelands               Electric   Best Crop Interview - Silver from Scott Horn and Lee Watson
   Cooperative                                                                   Cash Awards for Top Corn, Soybean, Hay & Wheat Exhibits - Sunrise
                            HEALTH AWARDS                                        Cooperative
1. Best Exhibit, You’re the Athlete (Entry 1) - Silver from Firelands Electric   1. Ear Corn - Best Display (Class 19) - Trophy from Sunrise Cooperative
   Cooperative                                                                   2. Ear Corn - 2 Best Display (Class 19) - Trophy from Bryan & Rachel
                                                                                                   nd

2. Staying Healthy& Keeping Fit (Entries 2 & 3) - Silver from Michael P.            Buurma
   Kisil, D.D.S.                                                                 3. Stalks of Corn - Best Display (Class 20) - Trophy from Huron County
4. Best Exhibit, First Aid in Action (Entry 4) - Silver from Kaiser - Wells
                                                                                    Township Association
Pharmacy & Home Care
5. Best Exhibit, Tobacco & Alcohol Awareness (Entries 5 & 6) - Silver from       4. Stalks of Corn - 2 Best Display (Class 20) - Trophy from Scott Horn
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   Prestige Pools, Inc.                                                          5. Small Grains - Best Display (Class 21A) - Trophy from Sunrise
                     ART AS EXPRESSION AWARDS                                       Cooperative
1. Best Art As Expression Project, Junior - Silver from Tia Chase                6. Small Grains - 2nd Best Display (Class 21A) - Trophy from Sunrise
2. Best Art As Expression Project, Runner-up, Junior - Silver from Richard          Cooperative
   & Heidi Benich & Family, Whispering Wind Farm                                 7. Stalks of Wheat - Best Display (Class 21B) - Trophy from Schlessman
3. Best Art As Expression Project, Sr. - Silver from Handicraft Headquarters        Seed Co.

4. Best Art As Expression Project, Runner-up, Senior - Silver from American      8. Stalks of Wheat - 2       nd
                                                                                                                   Best Display (Class 21B) - Trophy from Scott Horn
                                                                                    & Lee Watson
   Legion Auxiliary Sch-loe-man Unit 547, Monroeville
     DEMONSTRATIONS OR ILLUSTRATED TALKS AWARDS                                  9. Soybean  Plants - Best Display (Class 22) - Trophy from Sunrise
                         (Merchandise Awards)                                       Cooperative
1. First Place Junior Individual (Entry 1) - Firelands Electric Cooperative      10.Soybean   Plants - 2nd Best Display (Class 22) - Trophy from Sunrise
2. Second Place Junior Individual (Entry 1) - Norwalk Reflector                     Cooperative

3. First Place Int. Individual (Entry 2) - Piney Paradise Christmas Trees        11.Hay - Best Exhibit (Class 23) - Trophy from John & Rosemary Liles
4. Second Place Intermediate Individual (Entry 2) - Rumblin’ Riders 4-H          12.Hay - 2 Best Exhibit (Class 23) - Trophy from R & L Farms, Richard
                                                                                              nd

                                                                                    Ruess
   Club
5. First Place Senior Individual (Entry 3) - Dave Simpson Family                 13.Silage - Best Exhibit (Class 24) - Trophy from Don & Joanne Moyer
6. Second Place Senior Individual (Entry 3) - Huron County Agricultural          14.Shelled Corn - Best Exhibit (Class 25) - Trophy from Sunrise
                                                                                    Cooperative
   Heritage Society
7. First Place Junior Team (Entry 4) - Lyme Producers 4-H Club and Linder        15.Shelled Corn - 2     nd
                                                                                                      Best Exhibit (Class 25) - Trophy from Tom & Brenda
                                                                                    Friend, In Memory of Bill & Mary Friend
   Farms
8. Second Place Junior Team   (Entry 4) - Jenny Valko, 2003 Huron County
                                                                                 16.Soybeans - Best Exhibit (Class 26) - Trophy from Sunrise Cooperative
   Jr. Fair Queen and Malone Orchards                                            17.Soybeans - 2 Best Exhibit (Class 26) - Trophy from Curt, Noelle &
                                                                                                    nd


9. First Place Senior Team (Entry 5) - Michael P. Kisil, D.D.S. (2 awards)          Alex Linder

10.Second Place Senior Team (Entry 5) - Hartland New Horizon 4-H Club            18.Miscellaneous Crops - Best Exhibit (Class 27) - Trophy from Lee Watson
   and Domino's Pizza of Norwalk                                                 19.Best Asgrow Soybean Exhibit (plants or grain) - Plaque from Luke
11.First Place Computer Technology or Multi-Media (Entries 6-8) - Cyndi             Worcester
   McFadden & Scot & Kelly Smith                                                 20.Best Dekalb Corn Exhibit (ears, stalks, or grain) - Plaque from Luke
   Worcester                                                                   4. Best Exhibit, Radio Controlled Vehicles (Entry 8) - Trophy from Lyme
21.Best  Pioneer Soybean Exhibit (plants or grain) - Plaque from                  Clever Clovers 4-H Club
   Poeppleman Ag LLC.                                                          5. Best Exhibit, Robotics (Entry 9) - Trophy from Heath & Courtney Cleary
22.Best  Pioneer Corn Exhibit (ears, stalks, or grain) - Plaque from
   Poeppleman Ag LLC.                                                                    MISCELLANEOUS OUTDOOR PROJECTS AWARDS
23.Best AgriGold Corn Exhibit (ears, stalks, or grain) - Plaque from           1. Best Exhibit, Veterinary Science (Entries 1, 2 & 3) - Trophy from Ma
   AgriGold, The Corn Specialist                                                  Greene 4-H Fund, Huron County Federation of Farm Women's Club
24.Best Golden Harvest Corn Exhibit (ears, stalks or grain) - Plaque from      2. Best Exhibit, Bicycles (Entries 4, 5 & 6) - Trophy from 4-Leaf Clovers 4-
   Golden Harvest, Michael Brooks, Sales Representative                           H Club
25.Best NK Soybean Exhibit (plants or grain) - Plaque from NK, Michael         3. Best Exhibit, Rope (Entry 7) - Trophy from Tim Deppen
   Brooks, Sales Representative                                                4. Best Exhibit, Miscellaneous Self-Determined (Entry 8)
                                                                                                                         - Trophy from
                VEGETABLES AND FRUITS AWARDS
                                                                                  National City
1. Grand Champion     Vegetable or Fruit Display - Trophy from Firelands              LEADERSHIP & WORKFORCE READINESS AWARDS
   Farmer                                                                      1. Best Exhibit, Leadership & Workforce Readiness (Entries 1 - 7) - Trophy
2. Reserve Champion Vegetable or Fruit Display - Trophy from Ma Greene            from Project Leadership of Huron County
   4-H Fund, Huron County Federation of Farm Women's Club                                         POWER EQUIPMENT AWARDS
3. Best Vegetable Interview (Judge I) - Silver from Hartland New Horizon       1. Best Exhibit, Small Engines (Entries 1-3) - Trophy from Keefer Lawn &
   4-H Club                                                                       Garden
4. Best Vegetable Interview (Judge II) - Silver from the Huron County          2. Best Exhibit, Refurbished Power Equipment/Vehicles (Entry 4) - Trophy
   Association of Master Gardeners                                                from. Mike & Kathy Gastier & Family
               ADVANCED WOODWORKING AWARDS                                     3. Best Exhibit, Tractors (Entries 5-8) - Trophy from Golden Rule Masonic
Best Overall Woodworking Display (Class 31) - Large Silver from Kenilee
                                                                                  Lodge, Willard
   Lanes & Pro Shop.
                                                                                                        ELECTRICITY AWARDS
Most Creative Woodworking Exhibit (Class 31) - Gift Card from Jim &
   Maryellen Hamernik                                                          1. Best  Exhibit, Beginning Electricity (Entries 1, 2 & 5) - Trophy from
1. Best Display in Advanced Woodworking - Trophy from Home Lumber Co.             Firelands Electric Cooperative

2. Best Display in Advanced Woodworking - Trophy from Janotta & Herner         2. Best Exhibit, Advanced Electricity/Electronics (Entries 3-4) - Trophy from
                                                                                  Scheid Electric, Inc.
3. Best Display in Advanced Woodworking - Trophy from Lyme Clever                            ADVANCED METALWORKING AWARDS
   Clovers 4-H Club                                                            1. Best Exhibit, Advanced Metalworking (Entries 1-10) - Trophy from
4. Best Display in Advanced Woodworking - Trophy from MeadowBrook                 Linder Farms
   Excavating & Septic Care                                                    2. Most Creative Welding Exhibit (Entries 1-10) - Silver Award in Memory
                      PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS
                                                                                   of Bob Stang, by Jill & Gary Opper
Best Overall Photography Display - Silver from RJ Beef & Sheep Farm, Jean
                                                                                                          FFA PROJECT AWARDS
& Russell Roth
                                                                               All FFA Project Awards provided by Huron County FFA Chapters
1. Best Exhibit, Focus on Photography, First Year (Entry 1) - Trophy from      Premier FFA Exhibitor - Plaque and Gift Certificate
   Roger, Marsha & Lindsay Blair                                               Woodworking - Trophy for 1st Place in each Entry Number
2. Best Exhibit, Focus on Photography, Second    Year & Beyond (Entry 2) -     Welding - Trophy for 1st Place in each Entry Number
                                                                               Electrical -Trophy for 1st Place in each Entry Number
   Trophy from Steve & Jodie Logan
                                                                               Small Engines - Trophy for First Place in each Entry Number
3. Best Exhibit, Controlling the Image, First Year (Entry 3) - Trophy from     Refurbished Equipment/Vehicles - Trophy for 1st Place
   Townsend Top Notchers 4-H Club                                              SAE Posters - Trophy for First Place in each Entry Number
4. Best Exhibit, Controlling the Image, Second
                                             Year & Beyond (Entry 4) -         $1.00 Participation Award for all projects which do not place.
                                                                                               CLOVERBUD PARTICIPATION RIBBONS
   Trophy from Michael P. Kisil, D.D.S.
                                                                               All Cloverbuds participating in an interview at the fair will receive a
5. Best Exhibit, Mastering Photography (Entry 5) - Trophy from Busy
                                                                               participation ribbon from the Huron County Agricultural Society.
   Needles 4-H Club
      CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES AWARDS
                                                                                                  CHAMPIONSHIP LIVESTOCK AWARDS
1. Best Exhibit, Conservation of Natural Resources    - Trophy from Piney      All Grand and Reserve Champion Animals will receive rosettes from the
   Paradise Christmas Trees                                                    Huron County Agricultural Society
2. Best Exhibit, Conservation of Natural Resources - Trophy from Huron                             LIVESTOCK SKILLATHON RIBBONS
                                                                               1st - 4th place ribbons for all livestock skillathons from East of Chicago Pizza,
   Soil and Water Conservation District
                                                                               Greenwich and Gary & Jill Opper
3. Best Exhibit, Conservation of Natural Resources - Trophy from Huron                            PREMIER DAIRY EXHIBITOR AWARD
   County Township Association                                                 Embroidered director’s chair from Lund & Smith Insurance Services, LLC
4. Best Exhibit,Conservation of Natural Resources - Trophy from Lyme                          OUTSTANDING DAIRY EXHIBITOR AWARDS
                                                                               Outstanding Senior, Intermediate & Junior Exhibitors - Monetary Awards
   Clever Clovers 4-H Club
                                                                               from Huron County Dairy Boosters
5. Best Exhibit, Shooting Sports (Entries 12-14) - Trophy from 4-H Shooting                       SUPREME DAIRY CATTLE TROPHIES
   Sports in Memory of Gerald Case                                             Dairy Supreme Champion - Tom & Gary Nuhfer Families
6. Best Exhibit, Insects or Bees(Entries 15 - 20) - Trophy from Norwalk        Dairy Supreme Junior Champion - Carl Lund Family
                                                                                                DAIRY CATTLE SHOWMANSHIP AWARDS
   Pest Control
                                                                               DAIRY SHOWMANSHIP RIBBONS:
          AEROSPACE SCIENCE, RADIO CONTROLLED
                                                                               1.1st - 5th place ribbons for all dairy showmanship classes - Ropper
                  VEHICLES & ROBOTICS AWARDS
                                                                                    Construction, Inc.
1. Best Exhibit, Estes Rockets (Entries 1 & 2) - Trophy from Western
                                                                               DAIRY SHOWMANSHIP PLAQUES:
Reserve Ruritan Club
2. Best Exhibit, 2-liter Bottle Rockets (Entries 3 & 4) - Trophy from 4-Leaf   1. First Place Senior Dairy Showmanship - In Memory of George Cawrse
                                                                                  from Lyle & Beth Ebinger
   Clovers 4-H Club
3. Best Exhibit, Airplanes (Entries 5, 6 & 7) - Trophy from Domino’s Pizza     2. Second Place Senior Dairy Showmanship - Gibson Masonic Lodge #301
   of Norwalk                                                                  3. First Place Intermediate Dairy Showmanship - Wil-O-Knoll Farm, Troy
   Knoll & Family                                                                                   GOAT HERDSMAN AWARD
4. Second Place Intermediate Dairy Showmanship - Tie halter from Kevin &      Silver tray from Doud’s Veterinary Hospital, Inc.
                                                                                                 GOAT SHOWMANSHIP AWARDS
   Elaine Conger
                                                                              GOAT SHOWMANSHIP RIBBONS:
5. First Place Junior Dairy Showmanship - Double D Farms, The Divins          1. 1 st
                                                                                      - 5th place ribbons for all Dairy/Recreation goat showmanship classes
   Family
                                                                                 - Ropper Construction, Inc.
6. Second  Place Junior Dairy Showmanship - Tie halter from Kevin &
                                                                              2. 1st
                                                                                     - 5th place ribbons for all Meat goat showmanship classes - Ropper
   Elaine Conger
                                                                                 Construction
                 DAIRY CATTLE CLASS TROPHIES
1. Ayrshire Junior Champion - In Memory of Jeremy Chisholm from Royal         3. 1
                                                                                 st
                                                                                    - 5th place ribbons for all Pygmy/Fiber goat showmanship classes -
                                                                                Ropper Construction, Inc.
   & Kathy Chisholm
                                                                              DAIRY/RECREATION GOAT SHOWMANSHIP PLAQUES:
2. AyrshireReserve Junior Champion -In Memory of Charles Chisholm
                                                                              1. First Place Senior Showmanship - In Memory of Hope Myers
   from Royal & Kathy Chisholm
3. Ayrshire Grand Champion - Wil-O-Knoll Farm, Troy Knoll & Family            2. Second Place Senior Showmanship - John & Karen Grills
4. Ayrshire Reserve Champion - Mike & Melodie Adelman                         3. First Place Intermediate Showmanship - Greenwich Country Cornhuskers
                                                                                 4-H Club
5. Brown Swiss Junior Champion - Timothy & Marie Hodge                        4. Second Place Intermediate Showmanship - Sherman Shamrocks 4-H Club
6. Brown Swiss Reserve Junior Champion - In Memory of John “Jack”             5. First Place Junior Showmanship - In Memory of Christopher T. Norman
   McFadden from Scot & Kelly Smith
                                                                                 by Art and Pam Norman
7. Brown Swiss Grand Champion - National City                                 6. Second Place Junior Showmanship - God’s Little Critters, Inc. - Stan &
8. Brown Swiss Reserve Champion - Firelands Electric Cooperative                 Maribeth Taylor
9. Guernsey Junior Champion - Sarah & Tom Lucha                               7. First Place Beginner Showmanship - Prestige Pools
10.Guernsey Reserve Junior Champion - Firelands Electric Cooperative          8. Second Place Beginner Showmanship - Huron County Farm Bureau
11.Guernsey Grand Champion - Sherma Farm - Mike Kaltenbach                    MEAT GOAT SHOWMANSHIP PLAQUES:

12.Guernsey Reserve Champion - Domino’s Pizza of Norwalk                      1. First Place Senior Showmanship - JCM Rentals, Ltd.
13.Holstein Junior Champion - Shearer Equipment                               2. Second Place Senior Showmanship - Heath & Courtney Cleary
14.Holstein Reserve Junior Champion - Farm Credit Services                    3. First Place Intermediate Showmanship - Jason & Stephanie Dalton
15.Holstein Grand Champion - District 8 Holstein Club                         4. Second Place Intermediate Showmanship - Chris & Leslie Opper
16.Holstein Reserve Champion - In Memory of Patrick & Helen Nolan, by         5. First Place Junior Showmanship - Ag Credit
   John & Cheryl Nolan                                                        6. Second Place Junior Showmanship - National City
17.Jersey Junior Champion - Huron County Dairy Boosters                       7. First Place Beginner Showmanship - Sheryl Eden
18.Jersey Reserve Junior Champion - Huron County Dairy Boosters               8. Second Place Beginner Showmanship - Carl & Elizabeth Welschenbach
19.Jersey Grand Champion - Award In Memory of Allen & Marilyn                 PYGMY/FIBER GOAT SHOWMANSHIP PLAQUES:
   Albright from the Fred Albright Family                                     1. First Place Senior Showmanship - Busy Needles 4-H Club
20.Jersey Reserve Champion - Doud’s Veterinary Hospital, Inc.                 2. Second Place Senior Showmanship - Odds & Ends 4-H Club
                     DAIRY SKILLATHON PLAQUES                                 3. First Place Intermediate Showmanship - God’s Little Critters, Inc. - Stan
1. First Place Senior Dairy Skillathon - In Memory of Charles “Bud” Knoll        & Maribeth Taylor
   from June Knoll                                                            4. Second Place Intermediate Showmanship - Rospert Market, Inc.
2. Second Place Senior Dairy Skillathon - Richmond Workers 4-H Club           5. First Place Junior Showmanship - Classy Clovers 4-H Club
3. First Place Intermediate Dairy Skillathon - Doud’s Veterinary Hospital     6. Second Place Junior Showmanship - Firelands Electric Cooperative
4. Second Place Intermediate Dairy Skillathon - Vermilion River Regional      7. First Place Beginner Showmanship - Minniear & Simmons Plumbing &
   Veterinary Center
                                                                                 Heating
5. First Place Junior Dairy Skillathon - In Memory of Loisanne Heyman         8. Second Place Beginner Showmanship - Brown, Crane & Assoc. Ltd.
   from Heyman/Hamernik Families
6. Second Place Junior Dairy Skillathon - Oney’s Milkyway Farms                          DAIRY/RECREATION GOAT CLASS TROPHIES
7. Cash Incentives to all dairy exhibitors participating in the      Dairy    1. Grand Champion Dairy Market Kid - Domino's Pizza of Norwalk
   Skillathon - from Huron County Dairy Boosters                              2. Reserve Champion Dairy Market Kid - Huron County Farm Bureau
8. Cash Premiums to Dairy Skillathon Winners - from Huron County Dairy        3. Grand Champion Nigerian Dwarf Wether - Hoppy’s Scooters & Medical
   Boosters
                                                                                 Supplies
               DAIRY JUDGING CONTEST PLAQUES
1. First Place Senior Individual - In Loving Memory of Ron Pippert from       4. Reserve Champion Nigerian Dwarf Wether - Jason & Stephanie Dalton
   Linda, Jennifer, Zach & Josh Pippert                                       5. Grand Champion Nigerian Dwarf Junior Doe - Doud’s Veterinary
2. Second Place Senior Individual - Randall Snook                                Hospital

3. First Place Intermediate Individual - Cyndi McFadden and Scot & Kelly      6. Reserve Champion Nigerian Dwarf Junior Doe - Firelands Electric
                                                                                 Cooperative
   Smith
4. Second Place Intermediate Individual - Lund & Smith Insurance Services     7. Grand Champion Nigerian Dwarf Senior Doe - Andy Suvar Auctions
5. First Place Junior Individual - Walter Horn, Jr.                           8. Reserve Champion Nigerian Dwarf Senior Doe - Lori Dean
6. Second Place Junior Individual - Home Savings                              9. Best Udder - Nigerian Dwarf - The Bentley Family
7. Cash Awards to 1st-10th Place in Senior, Intermediate & Junior Divisions   10.Grand Champion Miniature Dairy Goat - Sunrise Cooperative
   - from Huron County Dairy Boosters                                         11.Reserve Champion Miniature Dairy Goat - Norwalk Pest Control
12.Grand Champion Harness Goat (without cart) - Stocking Farms                   4. 1st
                                                                                        - 5th place ribbons for all dairy steer showmanship classes - Maple
13.Reserve Champion Harness Goat (without cart) - Norwalk Veterinary                Tree Farms, Richard & Anita Bolden
   Medical Center, R.G. Hendrickson, DVM                                         5. 1 st
                                                                                         - 5th place ribbons for all beef steer/heifer showmanship classes - Fries
14.Grand Champion Harness Goat (with cart, single or team) - Mr. & Mrs.              Farms
                                                                                 BEEF SHOWMANSHIP PLAQUES:
   Bud Scheid
                                                                                 (All beef showmanship classes broken by ages of entrants)
15.Reserve Champion Harness Goat (with cart, single or team) - Hoppy’s           1. In memory of David C. Stevens, by Judith Stevens Saunders
   Scooters and Medical Supplies                                                 2. Hartland Scramblers 4-H Club
16.Grand Champion Single Pack Goat - The Bentley Family                          3. Frank VanDresser, RE/MAX Quality Realty
                                                                                 4. Hartland Scramblers 4-H Club
17.Reserve Champion Single Pack Goat - Domino’s Pizza of Norwalk                 5. Dale & Liz Worcester & Family
18.Grand Champion Double Pack Goat - Firelands Fas-Print                         6. Richard & Heidi Benich & Family, Whispering Wind Farm
                                                                                 7. Shearer Equipment
19.Reserve Champion Double Pack Goat - Firelands Electric Cooperative            8. Ty & Mandy Wheeler & Family
20.Grand Champion Dairy Junior Doe - John & Karen Grills                         9. Trimner Farms, Kenneth Trimner
                                                                                 10. Town & Country 4-H Club
21.Reserve Champion Dairy Junior Doe - Hartland Haybusters 4-H Club              11. Miller Family, Jim, Gwen, Kevin and Holly
22.Grand Champion Dairy Senior Doe - Haas Photography                            12. In Memory of Dennis Hay from the Hay Family
                                                                                 13. In Memory of Robert Hoffman
23.Reserve Champion Dairy Senior Doe - In Memory of Christopher                  14. Feichtner Family Show Cattle
   Norman by the Krafty Kids 4-H Club                                            15. Norwich Fun Bunch 4-H Club
24.Best Udder - Dairy Goats - Linder Farms                                       16. Hansberger Family Beef
                                                                                 17. Gary & Jill Opper
                   MEAT GOAT CLASS TROPHIES
1. Grand Champion Meat Market Kid - Collins Elevator                             18.Overall Dairy Beef Showmanship - Award from Worcester Limousin
2. Reserve Champion Meat Market Kid - Huron County               Agricultural
                                                                                 19.Overall Beef Showmanship - Award from Maple Lawn Farms, Ralph
                                                                                    Eisenhauer & Family
   Heritage Society
                                                                                                     BEEF CARCASS TROPHIES
3. Grand Champion Junior Meat Doe - Shady Oak, Sergalis/Ogilvy Family            1. Grand  Champion Beef Carcass on Foot - Huron County Township
4. Reserve Champion Junior Meat Doe - Stephen Eden                                  Association
5. Grand Champion Senior Meat Doe - Bob & Bonnie Morgan & Family                 2. Reserve Champion Beef Carcass on Foot - Collins Elevator
6. Reserve Champion Senior Meat Doe - Bob & Bonnie Morgan & Family               3. Grand Champion Beef Carcass on Rail - Richard & Heidi              Benich &
7. Supreme Champion Meat Doe - K & G Farms                                          Family, Whispering Wind Farm

8. Reserve Supreme Champion Meat Doe - K & G Farms                               4. Reserve Champion Beef Carcass on Rail - KRH Enterprises
              PYGMY/FIBER GOAT CLASS TROPHIES                                    5. Prize money for 1 - 5 On the Rail - Huron County Cattlemen’s Assoc.
                                                                                                        st   th


1. Grand Champion Junior Pygmy Doe - Wuensch Family                                                  BEEF BREEDING CLASS TROPHIES

2. Reserve Champion Junior Pygmy Doe - Moe’s Honey Pot, The Moehlman             1. Grand Champion Angus - In Loving Memory of Mike Fritz from Martha,
                                                                                    Martin, Matthew, Michael & Marcus
   Family
3. Grand Champion Senior Pygmy Doe - In Memory of Harold Gardner                 2. Grand Champion Shorthorn - Kelble Bros Meats
4. Reserve Champion Senior Pygmy Doe - Hoppy’s Scooters & Medical                3. Grand Champion Maine Anjou - Fred Lewis Septic Tank Service
   Supplies                                                                      4. Grand Champion Other Purebreds - G.A. Pickworth and Family
5. Grand Champion Pygmy Wether, Junior - Country Kids 4-H Club                   5. Grand Champion Beef Cross - South Central FFA
6. Reserve Champion Pygmy Wether, Junior - Moe’s Honey Pot,               The    6. Reserve Champion Beef Breeding Breed Trophies - G.A. Pickworth and
   Moehlman Family                                                                  Family; KRH Enterprises; Ruggles, Inc.
7. Grand Champion Pygmy Wether, Senior - Ridgefield Country Kids 4-H             7. Overall Grand Champion Beef Breeding - In Memory of Robert Hoffman
   Club                                                                          8. Overall Reserve Champion Beef Breeding - Mike Nickoli, Maple View
8. Reserve Champion Pygmy Wether, Senior - New London County Line                   Angus Farm
   Kids 4-H Club                                                                             DAIRY FEEDER CALF CLASS TROPHIES
9. Grand Champion Fiber Goat - Skip & Mary Ann Brutsche                          1. First Place Dairy Feeder Calf Classes:
10.Reserve Champion Fiber Goat - Skip & Mary Ann Brutsche                           - Locust Knoll Farms
                                                                                    - Stephen Eden
                      GOAT SKILLATHON PLAQUES
                                                                                    - Ray & Monica Baxter
1. First Place Sr. Goat Skillathon - Howard Born & Family                           - Richard & Nancy Trimner
2. Second Place Sr. Goat Skillathon - In Memory of Bill & Mary Friend               - ABS Global, Inc. - Randy Kruse & Brian Good
                                                                                    - In Memory of Ron Pippert from Linda, Jennifer, Zach & Josh Pippert
3. First Place Jr. Goat Skillathon - Moe’s Honey Pot, The Moehlman Family           - Richard & Heidi Benich & Family, Whispering Wind Farm
4. Second Place Jr. Goat Skillathon - Double D Farms, The Divins Family          2. Grand Champion Dairy Feeder Calf - Sunrise Cooperative
                PREMIER BEEF EXHIBITOR AWARD                                     3. Reserve Champion Dairy Feeder Calf - Funk Club Calves
Embroidered directors chair from the Huron County Cattlemen’s Association
                   BEEF SHOWMANSHIP AWARDS                                       4. 3 Place Overall Dairy Feeder Calf - Randy, Penny, Brian
                                                                                      rd
                                                                                                                                                        & Justin
BEEF SHOWMANSHIP RIBBONS:                                                           Sparks
1. 1st
       - 5th place ribbons for all beef breeding showmanship classes - Fries     5. 4 th
                                                                                           Place Overall Dairy Feeder Calf - Ed, Pam, Mark & Maureen Rice
   Farms                                                                         6. 5 th
                                                                                           Place Overall Dairy Feeder Calf - Ken & Shirley Mahl
2. 1 - 5th place ribbons for all dairy beef feeder calf showmanship classes -
    st
                                                                                                   BEEF FEEDER CALF CLASS TROPHIES
   Ron & Pat Gates and Family                                                    1. First Place Beef Feeder Calf Classes:
3. 1st
      - 5th place ribbons for all beef feeder calf showmanship classes - Fries      - Ag Credit
   Farms                                                                            - Hansberger Family Beef
   - Giles Trucking - John & Connie Giles                                     8. In Memory of Theresa Blystone, Pippert Family, Linda, Jennifer, Zach, &
   - Bauer Farms, Pioneer Seed Sales                                              Josh
   - Dave Obrenovich, Copley Insurance Agency                                 9. Work Zone Video and Steve & Lori Rospert
2. Grand Champion Beef Feeder - Bauer Farms                                   10. New London Ruritan Club
                                                                                  SECOND PLACE PLAQUES
3. Reserve Champion Beef Feeder - The County Line, Dan & Pam Verhoff          1. Ed, Liz, Chris & Mary Scheid
4. Third Place Overall Beef Feeder Calf - Sherman Shamrocks 4-H Club          2. Tyler Hinckley
                                                                              3. The Bing Rew Family
5. Fourth Place Overall Beef Feeder Calf - In Memory of Kenneth Siesel        4. Robert & Debbie Stone Farm
   from Kevin & Pam Siesel and Mike & Laurie Risner                           5. National City
6. Fifth Place Overall Beef Feeder Calf - Bauer Farms, Pioneer Seed Sales     6. Monroeville & Country 4-H Club
                                                                              7. Tim Wendt Family
                    DAIRY STEER CLASS TROPHIES
                                                                              8. Benny & Angie Kimberlin
1. First Place Dairy Steer Classes:                                           9. Danielle & Rachelle Forney, In Memory of “Uncle” Denny Hay
   - Farm Credit Services                   - Ruggles, Inc.                   10. In Memory of Mary T. Wilhelm from the Wilhelm Family
   - Barry & Rhonda Jester & Family         - Locust Knoll Farms                                    SWINE CLASS TROPHIES
2. Grand     Champion Dairy Steer - Minniear & Simmons Plumbing &             1. First Place Market Barrow Classes:
   Heating                                                                       - N & S Myers Farms, Inc.
3. Banners   for Champion Dairy Steers - Huron County Township                   - Underground Utilities, Inc. (3 classes)
                                                                                 - The County Line - Dan & Pam Verhoff
   Association
                                                                                 - James Hohler & Son Plumbing & Heating, Inc.
4. Reserve Champion Dairy Steer - Firelands Farmer                               - Mike & Ted Kluding
5. Third Place Overall Dairy Steer - Maple Lawn Farms, Ralph Eisenhauer          - Rita Hay
                                                                                 - William Dauch Concrete Company, Inc.
   & Family
                                                                                 - Stein’s Custom Sewing & KBS Distribution
6. Fourth Place Overall Dairy Steer - Domino’s Pizza of Norwalk                  - Nobils Sports & Trophies
7. Fifth Place Overall Dairy Steer - In Loving Memory of Ron Pippert from        - Dale & Sharon Scheid Farms
                                                                                 - Gary & LaDonna Bumb
   Linda, Jennifer, Zach & Josh Pippert
                                                                                 - Mike & Patty Kluding Family
              BEEF STEER/HEIFER CLASS TROPHIES
                                                                                 - Justin & Sarah Martin and Family
1. First Place Beef Steer/Heifer Classes:                                        - Katie Chandler, the 2004 Jr. Fair Queen
   - Huron Valley Go-Getters 4-H Club   - JCM Rentals, Ltd.                      - Wild Acres, The Wuensch Family
   - Huron County Pomona Grange         - Bauer Farms                            - Seidel Maple Lawn Farm
   - Huron County Farm Bureau, Inc.     - Lepley Farms                           - Seidel Maple Lawn Farm, In Memory of Bev Seidel
   - Frank VanDresser, RE/MAX Quality Realty                                     - B.J. Kimberlin Family
2. Grand Champion Market Beef - Huron County Cattlemen's Association.            - Greenwich Country Cornhuskers 4-H Club

3. Reserve Champion Market Beef - National City                               2. Champion Light Weight Market Barrow - Plaque from Diane, Jon & Scott
                                                                                 Yoder
4. Banners for Champion Market Beef - Huron County Cattlemen’s Assoc          3. Reserve Light Weight Market Barrow - Plaque from Busy Needles 4-H
5. Third Place Overall Market Beef - Don Sweeting, Auctioneer                    Club
6. Fourth Place Overall Market Beef - Stephen Eden                            4. Champion  Middle Weight Market Barrow - Plaque from Maple Lawn
7. Fifth Place Overall Market Beef - In Memory of Robert Hoffman                 Farms, The Ralph Eisenhauer Family

8. Banners for 3 , 4 & 5 Place Market Beef - East of Chicago Pizza,
                  rd    th   th                                               5. Reserve Middle Weight Market Barrow - Plaque from Flashes 4-H Club
   Greenwich and Gary & Jill Opper and Jude & Jeanette Ott                    6. Champion Heavy Weight Market Barrow - Plaque in Memory of Dennis
9. First Place Rate of Gain - Sunrise Cooperative                                Hay from the Hay Family
                       BEEF SKILLATHON PLAQUES                                7. Reserve Heavy Weight Market Barrow - Plaque In Memory of Mark R.
1. First Place Senior Beef Skillathon - Gary & Jill Opper                        Lichoff from Mike Lichoff

2. Second Place Senior Beef Skillathon - Prestige Pools, Inc.                 8. Ribbons for 3rd
                                                                                                 , 4th & 5th place Light Weight, Middle Weight & Heavy
                                                                                 Weight Market Barrows - Peru Patriots 4-H Club
3. First Place Intermediate Beef Skillathon - Norwalk Veterinary Medical      9. Grand Champion Market Barrow Overall - Ruggles, Inc.
   Center, R. G. Hendrickson, DVM
4. Second Place Intermediate Beef Skillathon   - RJ Beef & Sheep Farm, Jean
                                                                              10.Reserve Champion Market Barrow Overall - Huron/Lorain             Co. Ohio
                                                                                 Farmers Union
   & Russell Roth
                                                                                                     SWINE SKILLATHON PLAQUES
5. First Place Junior Beef Skillathon - Domino's Pizza of Norwalk             1. 1st
                                                                                       Place Swine Skillathon, 8-9 Year Old Division - Malone Orchard
6. Second Place Junior Beef Skillathon - DRT Carpet Cleaning                  2. 2nd
                                                                                       Place Swine Skillathon, 8-9 Year Old Division - BJ Kimberlin Family
               PREMIER SWINE EXHIBITOR AWARD
Embroidered director’s chair from The County Line, Dan & Pam Verhoff          3. 1st
                                                                                       Place Swine Skillathon, 10 Year Old Division - Underground Utilities
                  SWINE SHOWMANSHIP AWARDS                                    4. 2nd
                                                                                     Place Swine Skillathon, 10 Year Old Division - The County Line, Dan
SWINE SHOWMANSHIP RIBBONS:
                                                                                 & Pam Verhoff
1. 1st
       - 5th place ribbons for all swine showmanship classes - Gary & Jill
                                                                              5. 1st
                                                                                       Place Swine Skillathon, 11 Year Old Division - Phil & Mabel Martin
    Opper
SWINE SHOWMANSHIP PLAQUES:                                                    6. 2nd
                                                                                       Place Swine Skillathon, 11 Year Old Division - Ty Wheeler Family
(All swine showmanship classes broken by ages of entrants)                    7. 1st
                                                                                   Place Swine Skillathon, 12-13 Year Old Division - The County Line,
    FIRST PLACE PLAQUES
                                                                                 Dan & Pam Verhoff
1. Sunrise Cooperative
2. Arlene Whetstone in Memory of Roger Whetstone                              8. 2nd
                                                                                     Place Swine Skillathon, 12-13 Year Old Division - Scott & Mary
3. J’s Landscaping & Mowing Services, Jason Wuensch                              Wheeler
4. Ag Credit                                                                  9. 1st
                                                                                     Place Swine Skillathon, 14-15 Year Old Division - Gerry & Sharon
5. Deehr Farms
                                                                                 Martin
6. In Memory of James L. Hohler from Charles & Suzanne Fritz
7. Bond Insurance                                                             10.2   nd
                                                                                          Place Swine Skillathon, 14-15 Year Old Division - Clover Patch Kids
   4-H Club                                                                       Line
11.1   st
      Place Swine Skillathon, 16-18 Year Old Division - B.J. Kimberlin         14.Fourth Place Overall Market Lamb - Rita Hay
   Family                                                                      15.Fifth Place Overall Market Lamb - Ernest & Frances Gilbert
12.2nd
       Place Swine Skillathon, 16-18 Year Old Division - Benny & Angie
                                                                               16.First Place Market Lamb Classes - Pen of Three:
  Kimberlin
                                                                                  - Sheldon & Mary Shade and Sons
               PREMIER SHEEP EXHIBITOR AWARD
                                                                                  - Charles Vogel & Sons
Embroidered directors chair from Ronald Neill Family
                  SHEEP SHOWMANSHIP AWARDS                                     17.Grand Champion Pen of Three Market Lambs - Ruggles, Inc.
SHEEP SHOWMANSHIP RIBBONS:                                                     18.Reserve Champion Pen of Three Market Lambs - Donald & Deborah
1. 1
   st
      - 5th place ribbons for all sheep showmanship classes - The Tux World,      Querin
  Randal Snook and Prestige Pools                                                                  LAMB TEAM FITTING CONTEST
SHEEP SHOWMANSHIP PLAQUES:                                                     1. $25 gift certificates for 1
                                                                                                            st
                                                                                                                 place team - Ringside Publications
1. 1st
         Place 16, 17 & 18 Year Old Sheep Showmanship - Shades Sheep Farm
                                                                               2. $15 gift certificates for 2
                                                                                                            nd
                                                                                                                 place team - Breeders World.com
2. 2nd
      Place 16, 17 & 18 Year Old Sheep Showmanship - Jeri & Charles
                                                                               3. $10 gift certificates for 3
                                                                                                            rd
                                                                                                                 place team - Roger M. Hunker, Auctioneer
   Vogel
3. 1st
         Place 14 & 15 Year Old Sheep Showmanship - Ag Credit                                         GUYS & GALS SHEEP LEAD
4. 2nd
              Place 14 & 15 Year Old Sheep Showmanship - National City         1. First Place Senior Guys & Gals Sheep Lead - Tusing Builders Ltd.
5. 1st
         Place 12 & 13 Year Old Sheep Showmanship - Bauer Farms                2. First Place Junior Guys & Gals Sheep Lead - Linder Family Farms
6. 2nd
      Place 12 & 13 Year Old Sheep Showmanship - Jeff, Helen & Alanna          3. First Place Pairs Guys & Gals Sheep Lead - Richmond Mother’s Helpers
   Deeble                                                                         4-H Club and Steph Wetzel & Nicole Stevens
7. 1st
         Place 10 & 11 Year Old Sheep Showmanship - Bond Insurance                               SHEEP SKILLATHON PLAQUES

8. 2nd
      Place 10 & 11 Year Old Sheep Showmanship - Town & Country 4-H
                                                                               1. First Place Senior Sheep Skillathon - Wakeman Wizards 4-H Club
   Club                                                                        2. Second Place Senior Sheep Skillathon - Maple Lawn Farms,             Ralph
9. 1st
      Place 8 & 9 Year Old Sheep Showmanship - Curt, Noelle & Alex                Eisenhauer & Family
   Linder                                                                      3. First Place Intermediate Sheep Skillathon - Jeri & Charles Vogel
10.2     nd
              Place 8 & 9 Year Old Sheep Showmanship - Westaff                 4. Second Place Intermediate Sheep Skillathon - Ag Credit
                             SHEEP CLASS TROPHIES                              5. First Place Junior Sheep Skillathon - Hartland Scramblers 4-H Club
1. First Place Breeding Ewe Classes:                                           6. Second Place Junior Sheep Skillathon - RJ Beef & Sheep Farm, Jean &
   - Firelands Memorial American Legion, Post 706
                                                                                 Russell Roth
   - Frank VanDresser, RE/MAX Quality Realty
                                                                                             PREMIER RABBIT EXHIBITOR AWARD
2. First Place Breeding Ewe Lamb Classes:                                      Embroidered directors chair in Memory of Margie Palm
   - Tusing Builders Ltd.                                                                       RABBIT SHOWMANSHIP AWARDS
   - Richmond Mother's Helpers 4-H Club                                        RABBIT SHOWMANSHIP RIBBONS:
3. Grand Champion Ewe - Huron County Clovers 4-H Club                          1. 1
                                                                                  st
                                                                                     - 5th place ribbons for all rabbit showmanship classes - Ropper
4. Reserve Champion Ewe - Ridgefield Country Kids 4-H Club                       Construction, Inc.
                                                                               RABBIT SHOWMANSHIP PLAQUES:
5. First Place Market Lamb Classes - Pen of One:                               1. First Place Senior Rabbit Showmanship - Sherman Shamrocks 4-H Club
   - In Memory of Gerald Fife by Jeri Vogel & Deedra Fife
   - Minnear & Simmons Plumbing & Heating                                      2. Second Place Senior Rabbit Showmanship - Nobil’s Sports & Trophies
   - Huron & Lorain Farmers Union                                              3. First Place Intermediate Rabbit Showmanship - Dave Featheringill
   - Linder Farms & Sawmill
                                                                                  Family
   - Fred and Linda Linder
   - Frank VanDresser, RE/MAX Quality Realty                                   4. Second Place Int. Rabbit Showmanship - Nobil’s Sports & Trophies
   - Feichtner Farms, Inc.                                                     5. First Place Junior Rabbit Showmanship - In Memory of Hope Myers
   - Chad & Stacy Cummings & Girls
   - Kenilee Lanes                                                             6. Second Place Junior Rabbit Showmanship - Vermilion River Regional
   - Hal & Melinda Dalton                                                         Veterinary Center
   - Curly & Bonnie Morris                                                     7. First Place Beginner Rabbit Showmanship - Charlene & Joe Margetiak
   - Andi & Seth Yaussy
   - Mark Fritz                                                                8. Second Place Beginner Rabbit Showmanship - Bunny Busters 4-H Club
   - Alex Linder                                                                                       RABBIT CLASS TROPHIES
6. Champion          Light Weight Division Market Lamb - Frank & Becky         1. First Place Doe Rabbit Classes:
   VanDresser                                                                     Satin - Williams Norwalk Tire & Alignment
7. Reserve Light Weight Division Market Lamb - Curt, Noelle & Alex Linder         Mini Rex - In Memory of Paul Long from Maralyn Long
                                                                                  Holland Lop - Solid - Odds-N-Ends 4-H Club
8. Champion Heavy Weight Division Market Lamb - Frank & Becky                     Holland Lop - Broken - Tri-Community Bits & Pieces 4-H Club
   VanDresser                                                                     Californian - Dunham & Friend Bookkeeping & Tax Service
9. Reserve        Heavy Weight Division Market Lamb - Curt, Noelle & Alex         Dutch - Robert & Denise Deppen, In Memory of Linda Gale Smith
                                                                                  Other Purebred Breeds - Michael P. Kisil, D.D.S.
   Linder
10.Ribbons for 3        rd
                 , 4th & 5th place Light Weight and Heavy Weight Market
                                                                               2. Grand Champion Doe Rabbit - Peru Patriots 4-H Club
   Lambs - Roger M. Hunker, Auctioneer                                         3. Reserve Champion Doe Rabbit - Firelands Memorial Unit 706 Auxiliary
11.Grand Champion Market Lamb - Frank VanDresser, RE/MAX Quality               4. First Place Buck Rabbit Classes:
   Realty                                                                         Satin - Donald & Deborah Querin
12.Reserve   Champion Market Lamb - Maple Lawn Farms, Ralph                       Mini Rex - Diane and Randy Eschen, In Memory of Aaron Greene
                                                                                  Holland Lop - Solid - John & Mindy Borsick
   Eisenhauer & Family
                                                                                  Holland Lop - Broken - Tom & Brenda Friend
13.Third Place Overall Market Lamb - Dan & Pam Verhoff, The County                Californian - Joe & Sue Stang and Family
   Dutch - In memory of Leonard & LuAlta Gerber                                  2. Second Place Waterfowl Skillathon - Rumblin’ Riders 4-H Club
   Other Purebred Breeds - In Memory of Paul Long from Maralyn Long
                                                                                                    CHICKEN SKILLATHON PLAQUES
5. Grand Champion Buck Rabbit - Wakeman Blue Ribbon 4-H Club                     1. First Place Senior Chicken Skillathon - Pam Bernard
6. Reserve Champion Buck Rabbit - In Memory of Jeremy Chisholm by                2. Second Place Senior Chicken Skillathon - Randal Snook
   Krafty Kids 4-H Club
7. Grand Champion Meat Pen of Rabbits - Sunrise Cooperative                      3. First Place Junior Chicken Skillathon - Domino’s Pizza of Norwalk
8. Reserve Champion Meat Pen of Rabbits - Clover Patch Kids 4-H Club             4. Second Place Junior Chicken Skillathon - Bond Insurance
                                                                                                    PREMIER TURKEY EXHIBITOR
9. Grand Champion Doe & Litter - Heather, Tim, Tina, Kelly & Kyle                Embroidered director’s chair from Bellevue FFA Alumni
   Deppen                                                                                         TURKEY SHOWMANSHIP AWARDS
10.Reserve Champion Doe & Litter - Mark Hinckley II                              TURKEY SHOWMANSHIP RIBBONS:
                  RABBIT SKILLATHON PLAQUES                                      1. 1
                                                                                    st
                                                                                       - 5th place ribbons for all turkey showmanship classes - Ropper
Savings bonds for 100% - John & Mindy Borsick; Dawn & Mandi Combs;                 Construction, Inc.
KeyBank                                                                          TURKEY SHOWMANSHIP PLAQUES:
1. 1st
         Place Senior Rabbit Skillathon - Classy Clovers 4-H Club                1. First Place Senior Turkey Showmanship - Huron County Farm Bureau
2. 2nd
         Place Senior Rabbit Skillathon - Greg Sherck Excavating                 2. First Place Intermediate Turkey Showmanship - Randal Snook
3. 1st
         Place Intermediate Rabbit Skillathon - Mike & Jan Wade                  3. First Place Junior Turkey Showmanship - Huron County Farm Bureau
4. 2nd
       Place Intermediate Rabbit Skillathon - Huron County Junior Dairy                                 TURKEY CLASS TROPHIES
   Club                                                                          1. Grand Champion Turkey - Kevin & Amy Palm
5. 1st
         Place Junior Rabbit Skillathon - Monroeville Fortune Finders 4-H Club   2. Reserve Champion Turkey - Westaff
6. 2nd
         Place Junior Rabbit Skillathon - Hazel Myers                                               TURKEY SKILLATHON PLAQUES

7. 1st
         Place Beginner Rabbit Skillathon - Richmond Workers 4-H Club
                                                                                 1. First Place Senior Turkey Skillathon - State Farm Insurance, Willard -
                                                                                    Penny Pennell
8. 2nd
       Place Beginner Rabbit Skillathon - Angie & Ben Kimberlin
                                                                                 2. Second Place Senior Turkey Skillathon - Shelli McGue
     PREMIER CHICKEN & WATERFOWL EXHIBITOR AWARD
Embroidered directors chair from Norwalk Veterinary Medical Center, R.G.         3. First Place Junior Turkey Skillathon - Firelands Memorial Unit 706 Aux.
Hendrickson, DVM                                                                 4. Second Place Junior Turkey Skillathon - Shelli McGue
      OVERALL CHICKEN/WATERFOWL EXHIBITOR AWARD
                                                                                                     LLAMA & ALPACA TROPHIES
Silver award from Huron County Farm Bureau, Inc.
        CHICKEN & WATERFOWL SHOWMANSHIP AWARDS                                   1. First Place Llama or Alpaca - Lori Dean
CHICKEN & WATERFOWL SHOWMANSHIP RIBBONS:                                                                  PET CARE TROPHIES
1. 1st
      - 5th place ribbons for waterfowl showmanship class - Ropper               1. First Place Guinea Pig (Entry 1) - Ridgefield Country Kids 4-H Club
   Construction, Inc.                                                            2. First Place Cat I (Entry 2) - Domino’s Pizza of Norwalk
2. 1st
      - 5th place ribbons for all chicken showmanship classes - Mike &
                                                                                 3. First Place Cat II & III (Entries 3 & 4) - Vermilion River Regional
   Melodie Adelman
                                                                                    Veterinary Center
CHICKEN & WATERFOWL SHOWMANSHIP PLAQUES:
1. First Place Waterfowl Showmanship - Randal Snook                              4. First Place Small Animals (Entry 5) - Country Kids 4-H Club
2. FirstPlace Senior Chicken Showmanship - John & Jean Bernard &                 5. First Place Other Pets (Entry 6) - Hartland Progressive Farmers 4-H Club
   Family
3. First Place Intermediate Chicken Showmanship - Sunrise Cooperative                                          DOG AWARDS
                                                                                 Senior High Point Winner - Silver from Braemar Boarding Kennel
4. First Place Junior Chicken Showmanship - Domino's Pizza of Norwalk            Junior High Point Winner - Silver from Braemar Boarding Kennel
5. First Place Beginner Chicken Showmanship - Hostile Valley Park                1. First Place Showmanship A - Trophy from Norwalk Veterinary Medical
              CHICKEN & WATERFOWL CLASS TROPHIES                                    Center, R.G. Hendrickson, DVM
1. Grand Champion Meat Pen of Chickens - The County Line, Dan          & Pam     2. First Place Showmanship B - Trophy from Haas Photography
   Verhoff                                                                       3. First Place Sub Novice A - Trophy from MB's Pooch Parlor, Mary Beth
2. Reserve Champion Meat Pen of Chickens - Joe & Joann Sherman                      Dunham
3. Grand Champion Waterfowl - Gary & Jill Opper                                  4. First Place Sub Novice B - Trophy from Krupp Trucking
4. Reserve Champion Waterfowl - Marvin & Katrina Shepherd & Family               5. First Place Novice A - Trophy from Lyle & Beth Ebinger In Memory of
5. Grand Champion Hen & Egg Production - Richard & Barb Pitsinger Jr. &             Barbara Cawrse
   Family                                                                        6. First Place You and Your Dog, - Pet - Trophy from Sunrise Cooperative
6. Reserve Champion Hen & Egg Production - Busy Needles 4-H Club                 7. First Place You and Your Dog, - Show - Trophy from Bunny Busters 4-H
7. Grand Champion Pen of Pullets - Farm Credit Services                             Club

8. Reserve Champion Pen of Pullets - In Memory of Christopher T. Norman          8. First Place Working Dogs - Trophy from Norwalk Lions Club
                                                                                                         HORSE STALL PLAQUES
   from Art & Pam Norman
                                                                                 Rotating stall plaques for all grand and reserve champions and Horse King
9. Grand Champion Pen of Cockerels - K & P Trucking Co.                          & Queen - Mike & Sharon Brown & Family; Richard & Karen Moore; and
10.Reserve Champion Pen of Cockerels - Huron/ Lorain Co. Ohio Farmers            Huron County 4-H Horse Council
                                                                                                   HORSE PERFORMANCE TROPHIES
   Union
11.Grand Champion Fancy Poultry - Kevin & Amy Palm                               1. Experienced Hunter Hack - Walcher Farms
12.Reserve Champion Fancy Poultry - Lindsey-Kocher Funeral Service               2. Beginner Hunter Hack - Tracy Seeley Farms
13.Overall Champion Chickens (non-market) - Silver from Mandi Bernard            3. A. Walk-Trot Horsemanship/Equitation for       Inexperienced Riders -
                                                                                    Citizens Ambulance Service, Inc.
                  WATERFOWL SKILLATHON PLAQUES
1. First Place Waterfowl Skillathon - Randal Snook                               4. B. Walk-Trot Horsemanship/Equitation for Inexperienced Riders - Chris,
                                                                                    Vicki & Ally Brown
5. Senior English Equitation - Wakeman Wranglers 4-H Club                    28.B  Int. Western Showmanship, Horses & Ponies - The Donald Bores
6. Intermediate English Equitation - Ellis-Rinner, CPA, Ltd.                    Family

7. A. Junior English Equitation - Joel, Angie, Tristin & Paige Wolfe         29.A Junior Western Showmanship, Horses - Ed & Cora Brant
8. B. Junior English Equitation - Wakeman Area Family Care Center            30.B Junior Western Showmanship, Horses - Kevin & Carrie Beat & Family
9. Senior English Pleasure - R Lords Stable                                  31.A Junior Western Showmanship, Ponies - Ed & Linda McGuire
10.Intermediate English Pleasure - Ben & Jean Warren Auctions                32.B Junior Western Showmanship, Ponies - Kurt, Jo, Dylan & Mason
                                                                                Hickman
11.A. Junior English Pleasure - Austin & Colten Bisel; Chad, Justin      &
                                                                             33.Senior English Showmanship - Krupp Trucking, In Honor of Tara &
   Nichalas Hinckley
                                                                                Leah Burke
12.B. Junior English Pleasure - Ellis-Rinner, CPA, Ltd.                      34.Intermediate English Showmanship - BKM Concessions, Inc.
13. Senior Western Horsemanship, Horse & Ponies - The Gerstenberger
    Family, In Loving Memory of Paul, 1935-2004                              35.Junior English Showmanship - Dr. Bob & Julie Secor & Family
14.A. Intermediate Western Horsemanship, Horses & Ponies - Ruth Nelson       Grand Champion Showmanship, Senior Trophy - Fools Gold Farm
                                                                             Grand Champion Showmanship, Senior Special Gift - Fools Gold Farm
   & Irene Poore
                                                                             Reserve Champion Showmanship, Senior Trophy - Lowell & Sally Whitt
15.B.  Intermediate Western Horsemanship, Horses & Ponies - Cheryl           Grand Champion Showmanship, Senior Rosettes (1st - 8th) - Kessler Stables
   Brown & Sons                                                              Grand Champion Showmanship, Intermediate Trophy - In Memory of Tom
16.A. Junior Western Horsemanship, Horses - Joel, Angie, Tristin & Paige        Brown
                                                                             Grand Champion Showmanship, Intermediate Special Gift - Trailblazers 4-H
   Wolfe
                                                                                Club
12 B. Junior Western Horsemanship, Horses-Desperadoes 4-H Club
                                                                             Reserve Champion Showmanship, Intermediate Trophy - Dennis & Sharon
13.A. Junior Western Horsemanship, Ponies - Lori & David Dillon & Girls         Szabo & Family
14.B. Junior Western Horsemanship, Ponies - Outlaw Kids 4-H Club             Grand Champion Showmanship, Intermediate Rosettes (1st-8th) - Chris,
                                                                             Vicki
15.Senior Western Pleasure Class, Horses & Ponies - GLH Home                    & Allison Brown
   Inspections, LLC                                                          Grand Champion Showmanship, Junior Trophy - John & Cindy Penza &
16.A. Intermediate Western Pleasure Class, Horses & Ponies - Erie County        Family
                                                                             Grand Champion Showmanship, Junior Special Gift - The Walcher Family
   Chapter of the Ohio Horseman’s Council
                                                                             Reserve Champion Showmanship, Junior Trophy - Nobil’s Sports & Trophies
17.B. Intermediate Western Pleasure Class, Horses & Ponies - Longaberger     Grand Champion Showmanship, Junior Ribbons (1st - 8th) - Chuck Woods
   Home Consultant Amy Leibold                                                  Trucking & Family; In Memory of Gwen & Karl Plue
18.A. Junior Western Pleasure Class, Horses - The Rose Family - Darell,                       HORSE GYMKHANA TROPHIES
   Holly, Monica, Melanie & Andrew                                           33.Senior Western Cloverleaf Barrels - Bob Francis & Daughters
19.B. Junior Western Pleasure Class, Horses - Bobbie Mellen                  34.Intermediate Western Cloverleaf Barrels - Holly & Maddy Thompson
20.A. Junior Western Pleasure Class, Ponies - The Mitchell Family            35.A. Junior Western Cloverleaf Barrels - Don & Joanne Moyer
21.B. Junior Western Pleasure Class, Ponies - Bill Cleavenger & Family       36.B Junior Western Cloverleaf Barrels - Ole Candlewick Barn
22.Snaffle Performance - The Mitchell Family                                 37.Walk-Trot Cloverleaf Barrels - Steven, Bridgette, Troyal, Breydin   &
23.Senior Pattern Class - Beginner - Kessler Stables                            Karsten Firestone

24.Junior Pattern Class - Beginner - Ken & Bobbie Mellen                     38.Senior Flag Race - Runkle Shoeing
25.Senior Reining - Larry & Mary Oney                                        39.Intermediate Flag Race - Chuck Woods Trucking & Family
26.Junior Reining - Bill & Melody Patrick & Family                           40.A. Junior Flag Race - In Memory of Robert Francis
27.Senior Trail Class - Angie’s Body & Frame, Inc.                           41.B. Junior Flag Race - Dan & Marcia Herbkersman & Family
28.Junior Trail Class - Ken & Kathy Smith & Family                           42.Senior Cones & Barrels - Morgan Downs
25. Walk-Trot Trail Class - The Donald Bores Family                          43.Intermediate Cones & Barrels - James & Michelle Miller & Family
Grand Champion Horsemanship, Senior Trophy - Amanda Raye Moore in            44.A. Junior Cones & Barrels - Evan’s Performance Horses
    Loving Memory of Tuff to the Max
Grand Champion Horsemanship, Senior Special Gift - Secor Services            45.B Junior Cones & Barrels - The Maiani Family
Reserve Champion Horsemanship, Senior Trophy - Chris M. Baker                46.Senior Stakes - Ron & Tracy Lang & Family
Grand Champion Horsemanship, Senior Rosettes (1st - 8th) - The Stephen
    Phillips Family                                                          47.Intermediate Stakes - The Runkle Family
Grand Champion Horsemanship, Intermediate Trophy - Stacey, Adam &            48.A Junior Stakes - Raymond & Jamie Secor
    Addison Gessling
                                                                             45 B. Junior Stakes - Tim & Carol Corrigan & Family
Grand Champion Horsemanship, Intermediate Special Gift - M & S Equine
    Services & Horse Shoeing                                                 46.Senior Pole Bending - Dan & Marcia Herbkersman & Family
Reserve Champion Horsemanship, Int. Trophy - Sue & Jerry Schwan              47.Intermediate Pole Bending - Chuck Woods Trucking & Family
Grand Champion Horsemanship, Intermediate Rosettes (1st-8th) - Ken &
    Kathy Smith & Family; Michelle Lesch                                     48.A Junior Pole Bending - Kevin & Carrie Beat & Family
Grand Champion Horsemanship, Junior Trophy - Jim, Sophie & Cheryl in         49.B. Junior Pole Bending - Joel & Carol Kimble, In Memory of Haley
    Memory of Haley Bergman
                                                                                Bergman
Grand Champion Horsemanship, Junior Special Gift - Nobil’s Sports &
    Trophies                                                                 50.Senior Speed & Control - Inmon Motor Sales, Orville Inmon
Reserve Champion Horsemanship, Junior Trophy - Tom & Joni Secor Family       51.Intermediate Speed & Control - Marion Fritz
Grand Champion Horsemanship, Junior Rosettes (1st - 8th) - Durable Corp.
                  HORSE SHOWMANSHIP TROPHIES                                 52.A. Junior Speed & Control - SafeDehooker.com
26.Senior Western Showmanship, Horses & Ponies - In Loving Memory of         53.B Junior Speed & Control - Alexis McClimans
   Matt Stegman, Love Mom, Dad, Shawn & Jaime                                Bruce Nelson Memorial Trophy (Grand Champion Gymkhana, Senior) - The
27.A  Intermediate Western Showmanship, Horses & Ponies - Norwalk               Nelson Family, in Loving Memory of Bruce, 1967-1990
                                                                             Grand Champion Gymkhana, Senior Special Gift - Wooden Horse Coporation
   Reflector
   “Equicizer”, Frank & Sandy Lovato                                         Grand Champion Dairy Market Kid - Gary Opper
Reserve Champion Gymkhana, Senior Trophy - Randy & Cindy Hartman &           Reserve Champion Dairy Market Kid - Westaff, Norwalk’s Finest Produce,
   Family                                                                       Advantage Marketing, Sommers Woodcraft, & Automotive Services
Grand Champion Gymkhana, Senior Rosettes (1st - 8th) - Desperadoes 4-H       Grand Champion Dairy Feeder - Fisher Titus Medical Center
   Club; Applied Automation Enterprise, Inc.                                 Reserve Champion Dairy Feeder - East of Chicago Pizza, Greenwich
Grand Champion Gymkhana, Intermediate Trophy - Randy & Terry Garner          Grand Champion Pen of 3 Rabbits - Bill Alford for Treasurer, Terry Boose &
Grand Champion Gymkhana, Intermediate Special Gift - Chestnut Ridge             Larry Silcox - Candidate for County Commissioner
Farm                                                                         Reserve Champion Pen of 3 Rabbits - Scott & Terri Riley & Buckeye
Reserve Champion Gymkhana, Intermediate Trophy - In Memory of Cody              Excavating & Construction
   Runkle
Grand Champion Gymkhana, Intermediate Rosettes (1st-8th) - Champion’s        Grand Champion Market Barrow - Westaff, McLaughlin, VanDootingh,
   Choice Feeds, LLC; LinDale “M” Broidery & The Book Express                   Mosher & Co., Huron County Granges, Lonz Law Firm & Myers-Ziemke
Grand Champion Gymkhana, Junior Trophy - Wooden Horse Corporation               Insurance Agency, Inc.
   “Equicizer”, Frank & Sandy Lovato                                         Reserve Champion Market Barrow - Marett Unlimited & Tom’s Auto Repair,
Grand Champion Gymkhana, Junior Special Gift - Sunrise Cooperative, Inc.        Inc.
Reserve Champion Gymkhana, Junior Trophy - The Chuck Weilnau Family          Grand Champion Market Beef - Walcher Orchard
Grand Champion Gymkhana, Junior Rosettes (1st - 8th) - Annette Evans &       Reserve Champion Market Beef - Erie Blacktop, Inc.
   Sons; Rich & Michelle Anderson                                            Grand Champion Beef Carcass - Wakeman Area Family Care Center
               OTHER HORSE PROGRAM TROPHIES                                  Reserve Champion Beef Carcass - Mike & Melodie Adelman
52.Draft Horse Showmanship - Cathy Moyer & Family                            Grand Champion Dairy Steer - Westaff, Miller Mobile Wrench Service,
                                                                                Anthony Chagaros Construction & Northside Heavy Duty Towing &
53.Horseless Horse - 1 Year - The Mitchell Family; Micky Mitchell Family
                       st
                                                                                Recovery
54.Horseless Horse - 2 Year - GLH Home Inspections, LLC
                       nd                                                    Reserve Champion Dairy Steer - Westaff, Skitterbrae - The McCreary’s,
                                                                                Norwalk Kiwanis, American Home Improvement, Huron County Farm
55.Horseless Horse - 3 Year & Beyond - Haley, Morgan & Memphis Hoff
                       rd
                                                                                Bureau & McClendon & Associates
56.Senior Performance Versatility - Jeremy & Alisha Hinckley & Jaelyn        Dairy Supreme Champion - Huron County Commissioners - Mike Adelman,
                                                                                Gary Bauer & Ralph Fegley
57.Junior Performance Versatility - Painted Cow Girl Tack, In Loving         Dairy Supreme Junior Champion - Dalwood Farms, Inc.
   Memory of Emmet “Tiny” Bond, Jr.                                          Grand Champion Market Lamb - Erie Blacktop, Inc.
58.Senior Gymkhana Versatility - Tim, Tricia & Haleigh Skinner               Reserve Champion Market Lamb - Bauman Pontiac Cadillac GMC
                                                                             Grand Champion Pen of 3 Lambs - Ag Credit & ReMax Quality Realty
59.Junior Gymkhana Versatility - The Scranton Family                         Reserve Champion Pen of 3 Lambs - Underground Utilities & East of
60.Senior Horse Skillathon - Bronc Busters 4-H Club                             Chicago Pizza, Greenwich

61.Intermediate Horse Skillathon - Mike & Sharon Brown                       2008 Junior Fair Buyers List
62.Junior Horse Skillathon - Mark & Jennifer Marquardt & Family              7-D Trucking Co.
                                                                             ACE Hardware & Farm Supply
63.Senior Groom & Clean Contest (first place team) - Bryon & Connie          ADM Alliance Nutrition - Bob & Jason Bryant
   Runkle; Monica & Derek Davidson & Family; In Loving Memory of             Adelman, Mike - Huron County Commissioner
   Matt Stegman, Love Mom, Dad, Shawn & Jaime                                Adelman, Mike & Melodie
64.Junior Groom & Clean Contest (first place team) - The Espvik Family;      Advanced Family Eyecare, Inc.
                                                                             Advantage Marketing
   Dawn & Mandi Combs; SJS Carpentry
                                                                             Ag Credit
                   CLOVERBUD HORSE AWARDS
                                                                             Albright, Fred, Becky & Family
Cloverbud Horse Club Member Recognition - Burke Family in Memory of
                                                                             Alford, Bill for Treasurer
Mary Friend
                                                                             All Night Diner
            LIVESTOCK JUDGING CONTEST PLAQUES
                                                                             American Home Improvement
1. Top Scoring Individual - In Memory of Casey & Ruth Stevens, by Judith     American Legion Riders Post 514
   Stevens Saunders                                                          Ames, Brian
2. 2 Place Individual - Prestige Pools
    nd                                                                       Anthony Chargaros Construction
                                                                             Armitage Collision Center
3. First Place Team - Karen A. Fries, Huron County Recorder; Prestige        Automotive Services
   Pools (2); Randal Snook                                                   Bauer Farms
4. Second Place Team - Prestige Pools; Mapleview Animal Hospital;            Bauer Gary - Huron County Commissioner
                                                                             Bauman Pontiac, Cadillac, GMC
    Hartland Scramblers 4-H Club & Karen A. Fries, Huron County Recorder
                                                                             Beamer Construction
             2009 SHOWMAN OF SHOWMEN TROPHIES
                                                                             Bellevue Ace Hardware
First Place Showman of Showmen - In Memory of Robert Hoffman from the
                                                                             Bellevue Animal Hospital
Bellevue FFA Alumni
                                                                             Bellevue Young Farmers
Second Place Showman of Showmen - Curly Morris Family
                                                                             Big D Lawncare
Third Place Showman of Showmen - In Memory of Dennis Hay from the Hay
                                                                             Blue Ribbon Catering
Family
                                                                             Bollenbacher, Judi & Tom
                                                                             Bonnigson/Baker Realty & Auctioneers
           2008 JUNIOR FAIR LIVESTOCK SALE BUYERS
                                                                             Boose, Terry
2008 Grand Champion Livestock Buyers
                                                                             Brooks, John & Bev
Grand Champion Pen of 3 Chickens - Huron County Commissioners - Mike
                                                                             Buckeye Excavation & Construction
   Adelman, Gary Bauer & Ralph Fegley
                                                                             Bunge North America
Reserve Champion Pen of 3 Chickens - Westaff, Sommers Woodcraft, Inc. &
                                                                             Candles on the Square
   West Side Store
                                                                             Canfield, Dr. Christina
Grand Champion Turkey - Champion’s Choice Feeds & Kalmbach Feeds
                                                                             Champion Tire & Wheel
Reserve Champion Turkey - F.A. Nye & Sons Enterprises
                                                                             Citizens Bank
Grand Champion Boer Market Kid - Smiley Automotive & Tom’s Auto
                                                                             Cole Distributing - Petroleum & Propane
   Repair, Inc.
                                                                             Collins, Jim
Reserve Champion Boer Market Kid - Gary Opper & All Night Diner
Collins Elevator                                    Country Star Co-Op                                  Dalwood Farms, Inc.
Commodity Blenders                                  CTM Controls, Inc.                                  Dauch, Wm. Concrete
Cook, Smith & Schmidt, C.P.A.                       Custom Agri Systems, Inc.                           Dennis Hay FamilyDeppen, Bryan & Kim
Cothran, Joseph & Ruby                              Dalton Farms - Hal & Edward                         Domino’s Pizza - Willard
Donald Graham & Assoc.                              Linder Farms                                         Sherman, Kenton
Double ‘N’ Feeds                                    Linder, Fred & Linda                                 Shupe Signs
Dunham & Friend Bookkeeping                         Lindsey Insurance                                    Siesel, Dennis R. & Family
Durable Corporation                                 Locust Knoll Farms                                   Silcox, Larry - Candidate for Co. Commissioner
Dutch Maid                                          Lonz Law Firm                                        Skitter Brae - The McCreary’s
East of Chicago Pizza - Greenwich                   Lund & Smith Insurance Services                      Smiley Automotive
East Side Tire Service, Inc                         Mack’s Super Valu                                    Smith, Norm
Edward Jones Investments - Tom Schubert             Mahl, Jerry & Jane                                   Smith Paving
Eitle Machine Shop                                  Maple View Animal Hospital                           Smith’s Country Counter
Eric Brown -Nationwide Financial                    Marett Unlimited                                     Sommers Woodcraft, Inc.
Erie Blacktop, Inc.                                 Mark Schaffer Excavating                             Southeastern Ohio Genetics Ltd
Evans Sales & Service                               Mary Ann Brooks Prefinishing                         South Lot Golf Association
Extol of Ohio                                       MB’s Pooch Parlor                                    Spruce Wood Farm
Family Health Partners, Inc.                        McClendon & Associates                               Stang Automotive
F.A. Nye & Sons Enterprises                         McLaughlin, VanDootingh, Mosher & Co.                Stang Brothers
Federated Auto Parts                                McWilliams, Mark A., D.C.                            Stang, Joe & Sue
Fegley, Ralph - Huron County                        Miller Mobile Wrench Service                         Stang, Roger
CommissionerFegley, Ralph & Jan                     Monroeville Area Buyers Group                        Steiber Brothers
Feichtner Farms, Inc.                               Montoney, Dean & Connie                              Stein’s Custom Sewing/KBS Distributing
Fisher Titus Medical Center                         Moose Lodge No. 2153                                 Stein’s Dairy
Firelands Federal Credit Union                      Mountain View Camp - Mark & Nancy Kluding            Stoldt, Dr. Craig, DDS
First National Bank - Bellevue                      Myers, Anthony                                       Storer, Hugh Family
Fitzgerald Auto Sales                               Myers Farm, Neil & Sharon                            Strayer Insurance & Realty
Fitzgerald Body Shop                                Myers, Tony & Cyndi                                  Sunrise Cooperative
Flickinger Insurance                                Myers-Ziemke Insurance Agency, Inc.                  Sutton Bank
Franklin Monument                                   National City                                        Tester, Don Ford
Friendship Store Sunoco/Beck Oil LPG                New London FFA                                       TJ Hosang Construction, Inc.
Friend, Tom & Brenda                                Nobil’s Sports & Trophies                            Tom’s Auto Repair, Inc.
Fultz & Harnden Family                              Norman Family Collision, LLC                         Tommas, Miriam & Don
Gerber Feed Service, Inc.                           Northern Ohio Truck Center                           Tri-Community Buyers Group
Gibbs Equipment, Inc.                               North Fairfield Buyers Group                         Trimmer, Tom & Family
Glenn Ward Financial Services                       Northside Heavy Duty Towing & Recovery               Twilight Gardens
Gordon Lumber                                       Norwalk Concrete Industries                          Underground Utilities
Grauer, David                                       Norwalk Elks                                         Valko, Gary & Holly
H & H Plumbing & Heating                            Norwalk Kiwanis                                      VanDresser, Frank & Becky
H & L Trucking, Inc.                                Norwalk Lions Club                                   Wade, Jan & Mike
Hamilton Landscaping                                Norwalk Reflector                                    Wakeman Area Family Care Center
Hamilton-Smith Insurance, Inc.                      Norwalk’s Finest Produce                             Walcher Orchard
Harold’s Equipment                                  Nova Farmers Supply, Inc.                            Ward, Sharon for Commissioner
Harwood, Jeff, M.D.                                 Oglesby Construction                                 Watson, Tim & Janice & Family
Hasselbach & Paul Insurance                         Opper, Gary A.                                       Welfle, Inc.
Heffelfinger Meats                                  Ott Excavating                                       West Side Store
Hohler & Sons, Plumbing & Heating                   Palm, Gary                                           Westaff
Hookway, Larry, D.O.                                Parkertown II                                        Western Reserve Buyers Group
Horn, Gary & Sue                                    Pennell, Penny - State Farm Insurance, Willard       Wild Bill’s Concession
Horn, Kirk & Jane                                   Performance Feed & Seeds, Inc.                       Willard Area Buyers Group
Horn, Rick & Cindy                                  Pheasants Forever                                    Willard Drive Thru
Horn, Walter & Eloise                               Photography by Mahl                                  Willard FFA
Huron County Farm Bureau                            Pine View Farm Meats                                 Willard Rotary Club
Huron County Granges                                Piney Paradise Christmas Trees                       Willard Veterinary Clinic
Huron Co. Jr. Fr. Dairy Boosters                    Plymouth FFA Buyers                                  Willow Brook Farms
Huron County Office Holders Buyers Group            Poppelman Ag LLC                                     Winkler, Bill & Kathie
Huron County Firefighters Association               Prestige Pools, Inc.                                 Work Zone Video
Huron County Township Trustees Association          RE/MAX Quality Realty - Frank Van Dresser                  2008 Huron County Office Holders
J D Equipment                                       Riley Contracting                                                      Buyers Group
Jester, Barry                                       Riley Family Farm                                    County Commissioners:
Johnson, Connie, C.P.A.                             Riley, Scott & Terri                                     Mike Adelman, Gary Bauer & Ralph Fegley
Jones Manufacturing Co.                             Riley, Timothy                                       Common Pleas Court Judge: James Conway
Keller Contractors, LLC                             Ropper Construction, Inc.                            Probate & Juvenile Court Judge:
Kenilee Lanes                                       Rospert’s Market                                         Timothy Cardwell
King, Ivan & Helen                                  SAFEDEHOOKER.COM                                     Auditor: Roland Tkach
Kluding, Mike & Patty                               Schaffer, Kathleen - Huron County Treasurer          Clerk of Courts: Susan Hazel
Kluding, Mike & Ted                                 Scheid Trucking                                      Coroner: Jeff Harwood, M.D.
Lake Erie Construction                              Schmidt, Pat & Nancy                                 Engineer: Joseph Kovach
Lawn Enforcement                                    Seamon's Garage                                      Prosecutor: Russell Leffler
Lazy J RV Resort                                    Secor Funeral Home                                   Recorder: Karen Fries
Lepley Farms, Dave & Judy                           Sharpnack Auto Group                                 Sheriff: Richard Sutherland
LeSage Machine                                      Shearer Equipment                                    Treasurer: Kathleen Schaffer
       2008 Western Reserve               Sherman                              Ken Green Farms                         Dave & Marjie Knoll
           Buyers Group               Wayne & Jane Dalton                      Norm Hanko, Pioneer Seeds               Mr. & Mrs. Mike Leimeister
Mike & Melodie Adelman                Douds Veterinary Hospital, Inc.          Gary & Pam Hansberger                   Curt & Noelle Linder
Fred & Becky Albright                 Hahn Family Trust, Virginia Hahn         Terry & Lois Hilaman                    Fred & Linda Linder
Richard & Anita Bolden                French’s Hybrids, Inc.                   Keith & Jackie Jackson                  Ron & Donna Linder
Mike & Barb Bonner                    Tom & Brenda Friend                      Bob & Pat Johannsen                     Jerry & Jane Mahl
Craig & Denise Buck & Family          Karen A. Fries, Co. Recorder             Key Bank                                Chris McAuley - Nationwide Ins.
Butler Construction & Excavating      Martha Fritz & Family                    Doug & Lisa King                        Norwalk Reflector
Canterbury Hill Ltd - Jo & Joann      Gardner’s Supervalu Foods                Roger & Cathy Kinney                    The Nuhn Family
Dr. David & Mary Jo Ockenga      Royal & Kathy Chisholm              Century 21 - Danhoff                Weisenberger
Pine House Pizza                 Coon’s Concrete                         Donnamiller Realty           Wiles, Richard & Marlene
Prestige Pools, Inc.             D & H Grinding                      Chapman, William H.              Willard Area Kiwanis
Robson Family Farm               D & L Construction                  Clover Patch Kids 4-H Club       Willard Area Medical Associates
Rumblin’ Riders 4-H Club         Diesel Dan’s, LLC                   Cole Distributing                Willard Chamber of Commerce
Jon & Marsha Scheerer            Jeff Deeble Roofing & Const.        Country Star                     Willard Drive Thru
Pat & Nancy Schmidt              Jerry & Ruth Earl                   CTM Controlls, Inc.              Willard FFA
Smiley Automotive                Ed & Sharon Eden                    Ditz & Associates                Willard Medical Associates
Randy & Susie Spettle            Sheryl Eden                         Domino’s Pizza                   Willard Rotary
Stevens Farm, Inc.               Steve Eden                          Durable Corporation              Willard Scholarship Fund, Inc.
Tavernelli Family                Fidler Construction                 Dutch Maid Produce, Inc.         Willard Veterinary Clinic
Roland Tkach, Co. Auditor        Deedra Fife                         East of Chicago Pizza
Jim & Ann Todd                   Gravel Ridge Farms                  Eastridge, Charles & Karen                2008 Monroeville
Townsend Top Notchers 4-H Club   Jett Trucking, LLC                  Eitle Machine Tool                          Buyers Group
Townsend Twp. Trustees & Clerk   Dr. Robert McMillin, DVM            E-Z Storage                      Mike & Melodie Adelman
Lester & Cathy Tucker            Emma Jane McPherson                 Family Health Partners           Christopher Bohach - Podiatrist
Steve & Kelly Vekas              Mike McPherson & Viktoria           Federated Auto Parts             Boulder Ridge Farm
Wakeman Blue Ribbon 4-H Club     Minniear & Simmons                  Firelands Electric               Clover Patch Kids 4-H Club
Wakeman Wizards 4-H Club         Bob and Bonnie Morgan               Fries Farms                      Robert & Janis Dick
Tim & Peggy Weisenberger         N. Fairfield Am. Legion Post 706    Golden Rule Masonic Lodge        Ron & Pat Gates
Western Reserve FFA Alumni       N. Fairfield Am. Legion Auxiliary   Graham, Donald M & Assoc.        Hardway Farms
Yaussy Family                    North Fairfield Lions Club          Hamilton, Jeff                   Homan Transportation Inc.
Your Favorite Carrier, Inc.      N. Fairfield Volunteer Fire Dept.   Hookway, Larry D., D.O.          Jerry’s Bar B-Que Chicken
Kevin & Linda Zimmerman          Norwalk Reflector                   Hopkins, Lanny                   Jones Manufacturing
Steve & Judy Zimmerman           Tony & Veronica Ott                 Huffman, Jeremiah                Gene & Pat Kamann
                                 Tom Phillips Family                 J. Missler’s, Inc.               Mike & Tammy Mahl
       2008 Tri - Community      River Run Farms -                   Jester, Barry & Rhonda           Tom & Bev Mahl
           Buyers Group              Doug & Janet Capelle            Jester, Rhonda                   Ken & Karen Martin Family
Mike & Melodie Adelman           Ruggles, Inc.                       Jump’s Clothing                  Mary Ann Brooks Prefinishing
Bond Insurance                   Dennis & Amy Schwanger              Just Biz, Inc.                   Bob & Shirley McQuillen
Ben & Jody Chaffee and Family    Greg & Shirley Sherck               K. Trimner Farm, Inc.            Monroeville Knights of Columbus
DRT Carpet Cleaning              Stoneham Farms, Inc.                Langhurst Insurance Agency       Monroeville Rod & Gun Club
Eastman Funeral Home             Don Sweeting Auctioneer             LeSage Machine, Inc.             Norwalk Reflector
Firelands Electric Cooperative   Kate Teagarden                      Lindsey Insurance Agency         Gary & Jill Opper & Heather
Firelands Eye CareCenter         Town & Country 4-H Club             Lindsey Kocher Funeral Service   Glen & Tam Opper
Dick & Marilyn Flint             Tom & Sheree Trimmer                Local TV & Electronics           Photography by Mahl
Dean Hord Family                 Carl & Georgia Vogel                Main Street Carry Out            Piney Paradise
Clark & Bonnie Hunter            Charlie & Jeri Vogel                Montoney, Dean & Connie          Bing Sue & Justin Rew
Keefer Lawn & Garden             John & Audrey Vogel                 Moose Lodge No. 2153             Ed & Pam Rice & Family
Benny & Angie Kimberlin          Walcher Grain                       MTD Products, Inc.               John Riley Family
B. J. & Jennifer Kimberlin       Scott & Mary Wheeler                Norwalk Reflector                R. J. Beef & Sheep Farm
Gene & Sandy Lamoreaux           In Memory of                        Norwich Fun Bunch 4-H Club       Jim & Norma Schafer
R.D. McMillin, DVM                   Kenneth & Madge Earl            Painter, Edith & Mark            Bob & Sharon Schafer
Mercy Hospital of Willard                                            Painter, Mr. & Mrs. Mark         Ron & Gay Lynn Schafer
Merlin & Mary Moore                                                  Pheasants Forever                Sch-loe-man Post 547, Am. Legion
Norwalk Reflector                        2008 Willard Area           Photography by Mahl              Aaron Scheid
Oney’s Milky Way Farm                      Buyers Group              Plymouth Hardware                Scheid Enterprise
Richard Pettit DC                224 Varsity Club, Inc.              Rice, Ed & Pam                   Bud & Pat Scheid
Ruggles, Inc.                    Ace Hardware, Farm Supply &         Richmond Mother’s Helpers 4-H    Scheid’s Mighty Minnies
Kenneth Weatherbie                  Equipment Rental LLC             Richmond Workers 4-H Club        Scheid Trucking Inc.
Mandy & Ty Wheeler               Adelman, Mike & Melodie             Ruggles, Inc.                    Schwan Grain, Inc.
                                 Albright, Dean & Connie             SafeDehooker                     Dick & Ruthie Smith
       2008 North Fairfield      American Legion                     Schloemer, Stephen & Mary        Norm & Linda Smith
          Buyers Group           Armitage Collision                  Secor Funeral Home               Brad & Becky Sparks & Boys
Mike & Melodie Adelman           Babcock Excavating                  Sharpnack Chevrolet-Buick-       Randy & Penny Sparks & Boys
Joel & Mary Beth Albright        Bar Lee Jerseys - Gary & Amy            Pontiac, Inc.                John, Jeanne & Anthony Steiber
Ken & Tania Bergstedt               Nuhfer                           Sharpnack Ford, Inc.             Ron & Marie Steiber
James L. Bond Insurance          Benich Family Show Supplies         Shoe Trader, LLC                 Wilfred & Mary Steiber
John & Mindy Borsick             Bogner, Dennis & Lisa               Sowers, Marty                    James & Ramona Thill
A.L. Burras Associates           Bohach, Christopher DPM, Inc.       Stacklin Builders                Tom & Darlene Tyler
Capelle Appraisal Service        Burrer, Sammuel & Martha            The Plains Connection            Harold A. & Anna Wilhelm
Capelle Farms                    Capelle, Al & Patti                 Thompson, Charles II & Karen     Chris & Gerry Williams Family
Dean & Linda Chandler            Capelle Farms                       Thornton, Harwood &

				
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