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The 24th Annual

Smaller Center top of Back

Center Front

Design Mix from Casey Lobdell, WI & Leah Kuper, IL

Border Leicester Polled Dorset Lincoln Cheviot Horned Dorset Merino Columbia Dorset Advantage Montadale Corriedale Hampshire Natural Colored Dorper Katahdin Oxford National Junior Southdown Show and National Tunis Show

Romney Shetland Shropshire Targhee


Schedule of Events • Madison, Wisconsin________AAJS (schedule may be subject to change)

Wednesday, June 28th

12:00 p.m. Barn Officially Opens NO early arrivals!

Thursday, June 29th

10:00 a.m. Welcome Table open

Pick up your Welcome Packet

1-6 p.m. Health Inspections for all sheep (details - pg 4) 2:00 p.m. Announcements 2:00 p.m. Early Pick up for Exhibitors T-shirts & Information Packets 3-5 p.m. Early Check-in for sheep papers only (must have stickered

health paper to check-in)

6:00 p.m.

Todd Weaver Memorial Fitting Contest (details - pg 19)

Friday, June 30th

7-10 a.m. Health Inspections for all sheep (details - pg 4) 7:30 a.m. Welcome Table open 8:00 a.m.

Pick up your Welcome Packet All Sheep must be in place

8:00 a.m. 8-9 a.m.

Announcements Final Pick up for Exhibitors T-shirts & Information Packets

8:00 a.m.

Check-in sheep papers, fleeces and promotional items

(family member can check-in if exhibitor in other contest)

9:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m

Skill-a-thon opens Judging Contest Begins Market lambs start weigh-in

(must be picked up by 9 a.m.)

(family member can weigh-in if exhibitor in other contest)

10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m.

Animal Health Check Complete Sheep Check-in Closes Promotional Items & Fleeces Must Be In, Judging Begins Market Lamb Weigh-in Closes

11:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m.

Weaver’s Lamb Fitting and Daily Care Clinic Dress-A-Sheep Contest (details - pg 21, through UJSSA)

“Ewe” Lead with Wool

(details - pg 21, through UJSSA)

1st Session AAJS Lamb Camp Opening Announcements and Group Photo

______________________

Turn in any pre-sale raffle tickets to Marie Gillette at the AAJS Sales Booth/Thank You Note Booth by 10am on Saturday! Don’t forget to Bid on the Silent Auction Baskets at the show!

Please Note: If you are hanging any signs for breed or other activities in the barn, ONLY USE PAINTERS TAPE! Barn Rules, No other tape allowed!

continued Friday, June 30th 2:00 p.m. Showmanship Classes Individual, then Team RED Ring - Judge: Alex Wolf

Class 1: Age 6 & under Class 2: Age 7 Class 3: Age 8 Class 4: Age 9 Class 5: Age 10 Team Class 1 & Class 2 (breaks posted)

WHITE Ring - Judge: Brian Schermerhorn

Class 6: Age 11 Class 7: Age 12 Class 8: Age 13 Class 9: Age 14 Class 10: Age 15 Team Class 3 & Class 4 (breaks posted) BLUE Ring - Judge: Jeff Held Class 11: Age 16 Class 12: Age 17 Class 13: Age 18 Class 14: Age 19 Class 15: Age 20-21 Team Class 5 & Class 6 (breaks posted)

4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m.

Skill-a-thon closes for the day Blome Pizza Party

7:00 p.m.

3-on-3 Basketball Tourney on the grounds

(pizza party in honor and memory of Harry & Mary Blome)

Saturday, July 1st

8:00 a.m. Sheep Shows Begin RED Ring - Judge: Brian Schermerhorn Oxfords Natural Coloreds Shropshires

(breed will show classes in order of entry blank)

(breed will show classes in order of entry blank)

(breed will show classes in order of entry blank)

Sunday, July 2nd

8:00 a.m. Sheep Shows Begin RED Ring - Judge: Brian Schermerhorn Hampshires Cheviots (move to another ring if needed)

(breed will show classes in order of entry blank)

(breed will show classes in order of entry blank)

(breed will show classes in order of entry blank)

WHITE Ring - Judge: Alex Wolf Katahdins Dorpers Romneys Targhees (move to another ring if needed) BLUE Ring - Judge: Jeff Held Horned Dorests Polled Dorsets Dorset Advantage (move if needed) 9:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m.

AAJS Sales Booth Opens Thank You Note Booth opens *all exhibitors please write at least one note!* Thank You Note Booth closes

Immediately Following Completion of shows:

Three-on-Three Basketball Final Game

20 mins Following Completion of B-Ball Game:

Closing Ceremonies All-American Lamb Camp Graduation Awards and Raffle Drawing

All Sheep released Immediately Following Completion of Closing Ceremonies (anyone leaving early will forfeit premiums)

11:00 p.m. Barn Officially Closes ALL SHEEP must be OUT!

WHITE Ring - Judge: Alex Wolf Lincolns Columbias Shetlands Border Leicesters Corriedales Tunis Merinos (move to another ring if needed)

BLUE Ring - Judge: Jeff Held Southdowns Montadales (move to other ring if needed) 8:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Skill-a-thon opens AAJS Sales Booth Opens Thank You Note Booth opens *all exhibitors please write at least one note!* Raffle tickets for Sale Incentive must be turned in to Marie AAJS Scholarship must be turned in to Show Office 2nd Session AAJS Lamb Camp Skill-a-thon closes Thank You Note Booth closes Wisconsin Meal and Fun Night

Show Committee and Staff: Debra Hopkins, Show Chairman Carrie Taylor-Kelly • Jo Bernard • Dave Trotter Karey Claghorn • Jeff Ebert• Nancy Miniter Barb Bishop • Judy Moore Richard & Judy Schambow, Wisconsin Reps Judges: Brian Schermerhorn, MN Alex Wolf, OH and Jeff Held, SD Wool Show Judge: Henry Shultz, MO Announcer: David Trotter, IN Photographer: Kendra Fleck, WI


MAIN ENTRY FORM

(circle one)

Male / Female (as of January 1st)

Age:________

Birthdate:__________________

Zipcode:_______________________

Email:______________________________________________________

State:___________

Youth

Adult (circle only one of the five)

X-Small

Small

Medium

Large

X-Large

(age 12-13)

Beginner

(age 11 and younger)

Make checks payable to: CDC/AAJS

(age 14-16)

Intermediate Junior

All-American Junior Show • *NEW ADDRESS* PO Box 506 - N Scituate, RI 02857-0506

Mail completed entry blank(s) together with appropriate fees to:

If entries are postmarked after May 25th add additional $5.00 to each entry.

Note: Promotional and Wool Show have NO ENTRY FEE and pay NO PREMIUM.

add totals from classes at bottom of each BREED ENTRY FORM for total entries:________ x $15.00 $__________

To calculate TOTAL entry fees:

(age 17-21)

0701 0702 xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx 0703 0704 0711 0712 xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx 0713 0714 0731 0732 0733 0734 0741 0742 0743 xxxx 0751 0752 0753 xxxx

Power Point Contest Logo Contest Ad Layout Contest Poster Contest Photo Contest Essay Contest T-shirt Logo Contest

Senior

must declare breed for top gun and promotional points:________________________________________________

Promotional Contest Circle section number below!

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________

If possible, please pen me with these other exhibitors: ___________________________________________________________________

(circle only one of the two)

Please mark T-shirt size of the exhibitor:

I have read the Rules and Regulations and will abide by same. (Exhibitor Signature) ________________________________________ I also give permission for use of my name and town for promotional purposes.

Parent/Guardian:_____________________________________________________________________________________________ Must also complete BREED ENTRY FORM for each breed to be shown by exhibitor.

Phone:________________________________________

City:_____________________________________________________

Address:____________________________________________________________________________________________________

Name:____________________________________________

(for office use only)

Exhibitor #:__________

All-American Junior Show

after May 25th entires are additional $5

Entries due May 25th

Each EXHIBITOR MUST COMPLETE THIS FORM along with one per breed entered!

Exhibitor #:__________

Age:____

Birthdate:___________

Zipcode:___________________

X-Small Small Medium

Youth Adult

Make checks payable to: CDC/AAJS You can include Lamb Camp Payment in entry fee check.

______ I will pay at camp ______ I have enclosed $5.00 for one day ______ I have enclosed $10.00 for both days

LAMB CAMP entry fees: both Friday & Saturday

(circle only one of the five)

(circle only one of the two)

Please mark T-shirt size if non-exhibitor:

Parent/Guardian:______________________________

Email:________________________________________

Phone:_______________________________________

State:___________

City:_________________________________________

Address:_____________________________________

Male / Female

Name:_______________________________________

IF NON-EXHIBITOR, Complete below:

You can use a barrowed halter-broken lamb for camp.

City/State:________________________ Age:________ Must also complete the MAIN ENTRY BLANK with additional questions and exhibitor info.

Name:_______________________________________

IF EXHIBITOR, Complete below:

LAMB CAMP

All-American Junior Show

Lamb Camp is for both exhibitors and non-exhibitors 9 years old and younger. Cost is $5.00 per day.

THIS IS A SEPERATE FORM FOR ALL LAMB CAMP KIDS.

after May 25th entires are additional $5

Entries due May 25th


Show Sponsors and Donors_____________AAJS Show Sponsored by:

American Border Leicester Association Sally Barney, Rec. Secy. 603-659-5857 52 Cartland Rd. - Lee, NH 03861 American Cheviot Sheep Society Jeff Ebert, Secy. 785-494-2436 10015 Flush Rd. - St George, KS 66535 Columbia Sheep Breeders Association Charlie Worm, Secy. 507-360-2160 PO Box 722 - Lakefield, MN 56150

Event & Product Donors:

Event & Product Donors:

TopCon Agriculture

Honor Show Chow

$1000 Major Corporate Sponsor

visit them at

Big Ticket Item for Auction at Midwest Sale

visit them at

www.topconpositioning.com

www.purinamills.com/show-feed

American Corriedale Association Marcia Craig, Secy. 618-676-1046 P.O. Box 391 - Clay CIty, IL 62824 American Dorper Sheep Breeders’ Society Doug Gillespie, Secy. 871-534-2201 751 Boston Post Rd. - Weston, MA 02493 American Colored Sheep Registry Sarah Kuykendall, Breed Rep. 608-538-3312 12322 Dahl Ln. - Richland Center, WI 53581 Continental Dorset Club Debra Hopkins, Secy. 401-647-4676 P.O. Box 506 - North Scituate, RI 02857 American Hampshire Sheep Association Jeff Ebert, Secy. 785-494-2436 10015 Flush Rd. - St George, KS 66535 Katahdin Hair Sheep International Henry & Becky Shultz, Reps. 573-239-7553 6219 Audrain Rd. 125 - Centrailia, MO 65240 National Lincoln Sheep Breeders Association Brian Larson, Pres. 269-623-2549 8291 Cedar Creek Rd. - Dowling, MI 49050 American & Delaine Merino Record Assn Amy Schroeder, Secy. 419-957-5828 7744 SR 613 - McComb, OH 45858 Montadale Sheep Breeders Association Kendra Fleck, Secy. 814-441-0981 47289 Highway 324 - Brookings, SD 57006

Novel Designs

Big Ticket Item for Auction at Midwest Sale

Kalmbach Feeds

$1000 Major Corporate Sponsor

visit them at

www.kalmbachfeeds.com Profiles Show Supply

Big Ticket Item for Auction at Midwest Sale

visit them at

Weaver Leather

North American Shetland Sheepbreeders Assn Faye Whitney, Secy. 413-628-3279 P.O. Box 87 535 Main St - Ashfield, MA 01330

www.profilesshowsupply.com

Market Lamb Blankets + Show Box for Raffle Incentive Major Corporate Sponsor

visit them at www.weaverleather.com

Willoughby Sales

Big Ticket Item for Auction at Midwest Sale

Wisconsin Sheep Breeders Cooperative

visit them at www.wlivestock.com

$1000 Major Sponsor $250 going toward each: Skill-a-Thon, Judging Contest, Lamb Camp & Scholarship

visit them at www.wisbc.com

American Oxford Sheep Association David Trotter, Secy. 812-256-3478 9305 Zollman Rd. - Marysville, IN 47141 American Romney Breeders Association Charlene Carlisle, Breed Rep. 856-866-1747 510 Centerton Rd. - Moorestown, MJ 08057

visit them at

www.thenoveldesigns.com

Ketcham Sheep Equipment

Big Ticket Item for Auction at Midwest Sale

visit them at

Tractor Supply

www.ketchamssheepequipment.com

Thank You Note Booth Sponsor

visit them at www.tractorsupply.com

American Shropshire Registry Assn Becky Peterson, Secy. 413-624-5562 41 Bell Road - Leyden, MA 01337 American Southdown Breeders’ Assn Gary Jennings, Secy. 915-429-6226 HCR 13 Box 220 - Fredonia, TX 76842 U.S. Targhee Sheep Association Todd Taylor, Rep. 608-332-4914 W4857 Meek Rd. - Arlington, WI 53911 National Tunis Sheep Registry Kris Mann, Secy. 419-942-1090 404 Skeels Rd. - Celina, OH 45822 American Tunis Registry David & Sandra Rock, Reps. 908-938-1920 509 Montgomery Rd. - Hillsborough, NJ 08844

American Lamb Board

Thank You Note Booth Sponsor

visit them at www.americanlamb.com

Banner Sheep Magazine

Big Ticket Item for Auction at Big Ohio Sale

visit them at

www.bannersheepmagazine.com

Reproduction Speciality Group

Big Ticket Item for Auction at Midwest Sale

visit them at

www.reprospecialty.com

Sydell

Donated Trimming Stad for Raffle

visit them at www.sydell.com


Exhibitor #:__________

Exhibitor #:__________

(White OR Nat Colored, do not mix)

(White OR Nat Colored, do not mix)

(White OR Nat Colored, do not mix)

(White OR Nat Colored, do not mix)

*Does have a entry fee and should be included on the total line below.

*No Entry Fee for Wool Show Entries

Wool Show below has NO ENTRY FEE and pays NO PREMIUM.

take this total to MAIN ENTRY BLANK to figure entry fee.

TOTAL numbers on lines above: ____________

*Does have a entry fee and should be included on the total line below.

_____ 98 Ram Fleece

_____ 99 Ewe Fleece

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS.

BORDER LEICESTER Wool Show Entries

_____ 90 Nat Colored Best Fleece (live animal class)

_____ 89 White Best Fleece (live animal class)

_____ 84 Best Four Head of Ewes (any combo of 4 ewes)

_____ 81 Young Flock (1 ram, 2 ewe lambs)

_____ 50 White Senior Ewe Lamb (9-1 to 1-31) _____ 51 Nat Colored Senior Ewe Lamb (9-1 to 1-31) _____ 65 White Junior Ewe Lamb (2-1 & after) _____ 66 Nat Colored Junior Ewe Lamb (2-1 & after) _____ 78 Pair of Ewe Lambs (2 ewe lambs)

_____ 13 White Senior Ram Lamb (9-1 to 1-31) _____ 14 Nat Colored Senior Ram Lamb (9-1 to 1-31) _____ 25 White Junior Ram Lamb (2-1 & after) _____ 26 Nat Colored Junior Ram Lamb (2-1 & after) _____ 42 White Yearling Ewe _____ 43 Nat Colored Yearling Ewe _____ 45 Pair of Yearling Ewes (2 yearling ewes)

_____ 98 Ram Fleece

_____ 99 Ewe Fleece

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS.

*No Entry Fee for Wool Show Entries

CHEVIOT Wool Show Entries

_____ 98 Ram Fleece

_____ 99 Ewe Fleece

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS.

*No Entry Fee for Wool Show Entries

COLUMBIA Wool Show Entries

Wool Show below has NO ENTRY FEE and pays NO PREMIUM.

Wool Show below has NO ENTRY FEE and pays NO PREMIUM.

take this total to MAIN ENTRY BLANK to figure entry fee.

*Does have a entry fee and should be included on the total line below.

TOTAL numbers on lines above: ____________

_____ 11 Fall Ram Lamb (9-1 to 12-31 last year) _____ 20 January Ram Lamb (1-1 to 1-31) _____ 23 February or Later Ram Lamb (2-1 & later) _____ 40 Yearling Ewe _____ 45 Pair of Yearling Ewes (2 yearling ewes) _____ 48 Fall Ewe Lamb (9-1 to 12-31 last year) _____ 60 January Ewe Lamb (1-1 to 1-31) _____ 63 February or Later Ewe Lamb (2-1 & later) _____ 78 Pair of Ewe Lambs (2 ewe lambs) _____ 81 Young Flock (1 ram, 2 ewe lambs) _____ 84 Best Four Head of Ewes (any combo of 4 ewes) _____ 88 Best Fleece (live animal class)

TOTAL numbers on lines above: ____________ take this total to MAIN ENTRY BLANK to figure entry fee.

_____ 11 Fall Ram Lamb (9-1 to 12-31 last year) _____ 20 January Ram Lamb (1-1 to 1-31) _____ 22 February Ram Lamb (2-1 to 2-29) _____ 31 March Ram Lamb (3-1 & later) _____ 34 Slick Shorn Ram Lamb (any age) _____ 40 Yearling Ewe _____ 41 Slick Shorn Yearling Ewe _____ 45 Pair of Yearling Ewes (2 yearling ewes) _____ 48 Fall Ewe Lamb (9-1 to 12-31 last year) _____ 60 January Ewe Lamb (1-1 to 1-31) _____ 62 February Ewe Lamb (2-1 to 2-29) _____ 71 March Ewe Lamb (3-1 & later) _____ 74 Slick Shorn Ewe Lamb (any age) _____ 78 Pair of Ewe Lambs (2 ewe lambs) _____ 81 Young Flock (1 ram, 2 ewe lambs) _____ 84 Best Four Head of Ewes (any combo of 4 ewes) _____ 87 Market Lamb

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS listed below and ONE ENTRY in each GROUP CLASS.

COLUMBIA - 03

CHEVIOT - 02

BORDER LEICESTER - 01 mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS listed below and ONE ENTRY in each GROUP CLASS.

City/State:________________________ Age:________ Must also complete the MAIN ENTRY BLANK with additional questions and exhibitor info.

City/State:________________________ Age:________ Must also complete the MAIN ENTRY BLANK with additional questions and exhibitor info.

City/State:________________________ Age:________ Must also complete the MAIN ENTRY BLANK with additional questions and exhibitor info.

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS listed below and ONE ENTRY in each GROUP CLASS.

Name:_______________________________________

All-American Junior Show

Exhibitor #:__________

Please complete one form for each breed shown by each exhibitor. Also must have the MAIN ENTRY FORM.

after May 25th entires are additional $5

Entries due May 25th

Name:_______________________________________

All-American Junior Show

Please complete one form for each breed shown by each exhibitor. Also must have the MAIN ENTRY FORM.

after May 25th entires are additional $5

Entries due May 25th

Name:_______________________________________

All-American Junior Show

Please complete one form for each breed shown by each exhibitor. Also must have the MAIN ENTRY FORM.

after May 25th entires are additional $5

Entries due May 25th


Hotels, Camping & Location____________AAJS Hotels with Group Rates:

Camping on Grounds: Alliant Energy Center (actual show site)

*Show Headquarters*

Clarion Suites

at The Alliant Energy Center (On grounds) (50 room block)

2110 Rimrock Road Madison, WI 53713 (608) 284-1234 Rates: Studio Suite One-Queen $124.00 One Bedroom Suite-One Queen $134.00 Studio Suite -Two Queens $134.00 Cut off date for group rate 5/28/17

Sheraton Madison Hotel (50 room block)

706 John Nolen Drive Madison, WI 53713 (608) 251-2300 Rates: Two Double Beds $129.00 Smoke Free Hotel Cut off date for group rate 5/28/17

Comfort Inn Madison

(Downtown) (25 room block)

722 John Nolen Drive Madison, WI 53713 (608) 255-7400 Rates: Two Queen Beds $115.00 Complimentary Breakfast Cut off date for group rate 5/28/17

141 Sites total - $30.00 per night North Lot near the Coliseum building – 42 spots with electric and water hook-up Willow Island – 99 spots with electric only twenty-five 20/30/50 amp hook-ups and seventy-four 20/30 amp hook-ups Registration: All camping is self-registration. There is self-registration kiosk across from Coliseum building in the NE corner of the North Lot. Campers register and pay there. Campers get sticker to put on camper or vehicle showing that they have registered. Event staff will check for stickers daily. Dump Station: Pull-through dump station is on grounds in the North Lot. Campers cannot connect to dumping station from spots. No pumping services that drives around campsites, only the pull-through. Showers/Bathrooms: Includes access to 24-hour restrooms and showers in New Holland Pavilion #1 (your group will be in Pavilion #2).

Note about this year’s hotels:

The AAJS encourages show attendees to patronize one of the Hotels listed. These hotels help to offset rental costs of the Alliant Center based upon their show occupancy so please use one of these hotels for your All American stay!

Show Location: Alliant Energy Center 1919 Alliant Energy Center Way Madison, WI 53713

Phone: (608) 267-3976 Email: aec@alliantenergycenter.com

See more information and pictures at www.alliantenergycenter.com Located at the gateway to downtown Madison, WI, just off the Beltline (Hwy 12 & 18), on John Nolen Drive. Just five minutes from interstate 90/94 via Hwy 12 & 18, minutes from the Wisconsin State Capitol, Madison’s State Street area and the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus, and only 15 minutes from the Dane County Regional Airport, which travels non-stop to and from many key destinations, or to and from from anywhere in the world through connecting hubs. The Alliant Energy Center is a prime site, situated near three major metro areas – 250 miles from Minneapolis, MN, 145 miles from Chicago, IL and 75 miles from Milwaukee, WI. From Chicago (South): I-90 to exit 142A, west on Hwy. 12/18, 5 miles to Rimrock Rd. exit 262 From Green Bay (North): I-90 to exit 142A, west on Hwy. 12/18, 5 miles to Rimrock Rd. exit 262 From Milwaukee (East): I-94 West, I-90 South to exit 142A, west on Hwy. 12/18 to Rimrock Rd. exit 262

Holiday Inn Express & Suites (25 room block)

610 John Nolen Drive Madison, WI 53713 (608) 709-5050 Rates: Two Queen Beds $129.00 Complimentary Breakfast Cut off date for group rate 5/28/17

From Minneapolis (West): I-90 South to exist 142A, west on Hwy. 12/18 to Rimrock Rd. exit 262 From Des Moines (South): I-80 East to I-380 North, north on Hwy. 151 to Hwy. 12/18E, exit at Rimrock Rd. exit 262 Entrances: The Alliant Energy Center is served by four entryways: the Main Gate from Rimrock Road on the Southeast; the Nolen Gate from John Nolen Drive on the East; the Olin Gate from Olin Avenue on the North; and the Rusk Gate from Rusk Avenue on the South.

Plans for the 2018 AAJS...

Indiana State Fairgrounds 1202 E. 38th St. - Indianapolis, IN 46205

July 5-8, 2018

The Indiana State Fairgrounds & Event Center offers modern event facilities in a historical setting. It was first opened in 1892 and has hosted more than 115 Indiana State Fairs. Prior to 1892, the first 40 Indiana State Fairs were held at rotating sites around the state. In 1990, the Indiana State Fairgrounds & Event Center began its present existence as a year-round events center. In that time, many of our venues have undergone renovations and upgrades that have continued to bring modern comforts to the Indiana State Fairgrounds & Event Center’s ability to be a great site for all types of events.

For more information on the Fairgrounds, Hotels, Camping and the area visit

www.indianastatefair.com/fairgrounds/visit-us/


Name:_______________________________________ City/State:________________________ Age:________ Must also complete the MAIN ENTRY BLANK with additional questions and exhibitor info.

HORNED DORSET - 08

City/State:________________________ Age:________ Must also complete the MAIN ENTRY BLANK with additional questions and exhibitor info.

POLLED DORSET - 07

_____ 98 Ram Fleece

_____ 99 Ewe Fleece

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS.

POLLED DORSET Wool Show Entries

*No Entry Fee for Wool Show Entries

Wool Show below has NO ENTRY FEE and pays NO PREMIUM.

take this total to MAIN ENTRY BLANK to figure entry fee.

_____ 98 Ram Fleece

_____ 99 Ewe Fleece

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS.

*No Entry Fee for Wool Show Entries

HORNED DORSET Wool Show Entries

Wool Show below has NO ENTRY FEE and pays NO PREMIUM.

take this total to MAIN ENTRY BLANK to figure entry fee.

TOTAL numbers on lines above: ____________

_____ 11 Fall Ram Lamb (9-1 to 11-30 last year) _____ 17 Winter Ram Lamb (12-1 to 1-31) _____ 29 Spring Ram Lamb (2-1 & after) _____ 34 Slick Shorn Ram Lamb (9-1 & after) _____ 36 Wether Sire Lamb (9-1 & after) _____ 40 Yearling Ewe _____ 41 Slick Shorn Yearling Ewe _____ 44 Yearling Wether Dam _____ 45 Pair of Yearling Ewes (2 yearling ewes) _____ 54 Early Fall Ewe Lamb (9-1 to 9-30) _____ 55 Late Fall Ewe Lamb (10-1 to 11-30) _____ 57 Winter Ewe Lamb (12-1 to 1-31) _____ 69 Spring Ewe Lamb (2-1 & after) _____ 74 Slick Shorn Ewe Lamb (any age) _____ 75 Wether Dam Lamb (9-1 & after) _____ 78 Pair of Ewe Lambs (2 ewe lambs) _____ 81 Young Flock (1 ram, 2 ewe lambs) _____ 84 Best Four Head of Ewes (any combo of 4 ewes) _____ 87 Market Lamb

_____ 11 Fall Ram Lamb (9-1 to 11-30 last year) _____ 17 Winter Ram Lamb (12-1 to 1-31) _____ 29 Spring Ram Lamb (2-1 & after) _____ 34 Slick Shorn Ram Lamb (9-1 & after) _____ 36 Wether Sire Lamb (9-1 & after) _____ 40 Yearling Ewe _____ 41 Slick Shorn Yearling Ewe _____ 44 Yearling Wether Dam _____ 45 Pair of Yearling Ewes (2 yearling ewes) _____ 54 Early Fall Ewe Lamb (9-1 to 9-30) _____ 55 Late Fall Ewe Lamb (10-1 to 11-30) _____ 56 Slick Shorn Fall Ewe Lamb (9-1 to 11-30) _____ 57 Winter Ewe Lamb (12-1 to 1-31) _____ 59 Fall/Winter Wether Dam (9-1 to 1-31) _____ 69 Spring Ewe Lamb (2-1 & after) _____ 76 Slick Shorn Winter/Spring Ewe Lamb (12-1 & after) _____ 77 Spring Wether Dam (2-1 & after) _____ 78 Pair of Ewe Lambs (2 ewe lambs) _____ 81 Young Flock (1 ram, 2 ewe lambs) _____ 84 Best Four Head of Ewes (any combo of 4 ewes) _____ 87 Market Lamb

TOTAL numbers on lines above: ____________

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS listed below and ONE ENTRY in each GROUP CLASS.

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS listed below and ONE ENTRY in each GROUP CLASS.

All-American Junior Show

Name:_______________________________________

Exhibitor #:__________

All-American Junior Show

after May 25th entires are additional $5

Entries due May 25th Please complete one form for each breed shown by each exhibitor. Also must have the MAIN ENTRY FORM.

Exhibitor #:__________

Please complete one form for each breed shown by each exhibitor. Also must have the MAIN ENTRY FORM.

after May 25th entires are additional $5

Entries due May 25th

Wool Show below has NO ENTRY FEE and pays NO PREMIUM.

take this total to MAIN ENTRY BLANK to figure entry fee.

TOTAL numbers on lines above: ____________

_____ 19 Fall/Winter Ram Lamb (9-1 to 1-31) _____ 29 Spring Ram Lamb (2-1 & after) _____ 40 Yearling Ewe _____ 45 Pair of Yearling Ewes (2 yearling ewes) _____ 48 Fall Ewe Lamb (9-1 to 11-30) _____ 57 Winter Ewe Lamb (12-1 to 1-31) _____ 69 Spring Ewe Lamb (2-1 & after) _____ 78 Pair of Ewe Lambs (2 ewe lambs) _____ 81 Young Flock (1 ram, 2 ewe lambs) _____ 84 Best Four Head of Ewes (any combo of 4 ewes) _____ 87 Market Lamb

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS listed below and ONE ENTRY in each GROUP CLASS.

DORSET ADVANTAGE - 09

City/State:________________________ Age:________ Must also complete the MAIN ENTRY BLANK with additional questions and exhibitor info.

Name:_______________________________________

All-American Junior Show

Exhibitor #:__________

Please complete one form for each breed shown by each exhibitor. Also must have the MAIN ENTRY FORM.

after May 25th entires are additional $5

Entries due May 25th


Fundraising & Auction Items___________AAJS Ohio and Sedalia Benefit Auctions:

Because of industry support at these two sales, we are glad to offer a few large ticket items at auction during both the Big Ohio Sales in Eaton, OH (May) and the Midwest Stud Ram Sale in Sedalia, MO (June). Check the event schedules for specific times of the benefit auctions, especially at the Ohio Sales. The Sedalia auction will be held during the Supreme Champion Breeding Sheep Drive on Wednesday. Don’t forget to attend the sales and make sure to bid on the items that you want to take home.

Silent Auction Baskets:

Several gift baskets will be on display during the show weekend with all proceeds going to support the All-American Show. Anyone interested in donating a basket please bring it to the show on Friday. Bidding on the baskets will go until noon on Sunday. Bid high, bid often!!

Raffle Tickets:

Contact your Breed Association or purchase from an exhibitor! Tickets are $5 each or 5 for $20. Winners will be drawn at the AllAmerican Junior Show on Sunday.

2017 Raffle Prizes

1st Prize - $1000 cash prize 2nd Prize - Hydraulic Trimming Stand

20” x 48” Deck which raises from 3” to 27” with ease ($530 value) Donated by Sydell

3rd Prize - Kindle HD Fire 7 ($130 value)

Ohio Big Ticket Items Full Page Color Ad in Banner Donated by Banner Sheep Magazine

($860 value)

Sedalia Big Ticket Items Digi-Star Electronic Scale

Donated by TopCon Agriculture ($2,295 value) SW300 display, two SW3300 24” load cells, wheel & handle, and 54” Wrangler Junior aluminum platform, capacity 700+ lbs. The SW300 display features a compact, durable design with the convenience of an internal battery. Powered by (2) ‘AA’ battery, 50+ hrs life, also 120V power convertor. The SW3300 Load Cell Weigh Beam is stainless steel and offers accurate weight readings even on uneven surfaces. 1650 lb capacity each load cell (3300 lbs./pair). The 15 ft. flexible stainless steel guarded cable will resist cable injury due to animal biting or accidental pinching, prolonging cable life. This heavy duty, portable, walkway platform is lightweight, yet durable to handle rough handling during transport. And it’s small enough to transport in an SUV!

Home Page Announcement on championdrive.com

Donated by Novel Designs ($300 value) 3 day announcement run also includes 1 tweet/text notification

5 LAI Surgeries during the 2017 breeding season

Donated by Reproduction Sepeciality Group ($200 value) Does not include cost of semen, breeding supplies used to synchronize the ewes for breeding or facility fees if the procedures are performed outside of the RSG facility. Purchaser is responsible for calling our office to set up the date for the surgeries.

Electrical Shears, Lister or Premier Donated by Profiles Show Supply ($300 value) Buyer chooses brand

entry deadline is

May 25th

We’ll still allow additional sheep entries after deadline...

Commission Free Online Sale 20 head limit

Donated by Willoughby Sales

after May 25th entires are additional $5

(value is 10% of Sale Gross)

*SHOW MAILING ADDRESS* All-American Junior Show PO Box 506 N Scituate, RI 02857-0506

Donated by Ketcham Sheep Equipment

A-Line Feeder ($400 value)

Phone: (401) 647-4676 Fax: (401) 647-4679

Email: cdcdorset@cox.net

*PAYMENT* Make checks payable to: CDC/AAJS

www.allamericanjuniorshow.com

PO Box 506 - N Scituate, RI 02857-0506 401/647-4676

NEW Exhibitor Raffle Ticket Sales Incentive:

Raffle ticket sales is a strong part of the fund raising effort to support the All-American. In the past few years we have seen a decline in the sales of raffle tickets. To encourage more participation this year we are launching a raffle sale incentive plan. The exhibitor selling the most tickets will receive a special prize at the show. We will also recognize the 2nd through 5th top sellers with a unique prize. All tickets sold will be recorded by Marie Gillette at the AAJS Sales Booth/Thank You Note Booth at the show. Tickets and money must be turned in by 10am on Saturday to be eligible for sales incentive. Top raffle ticket sellers will be announced during the closing ceremony on Sunday. Each exhibitor will receive raffle tickets in their exhibitor packet with the entry catalog and information. If you need more tickets to sell please contact your Breed representative or Debbie Hopkins.

Phone: (401) 647-4676 Email: cdcdorset@cox.net

Please help us support this event by selling lots of tickets!

2017 Incentive Prizes 1st Prize - Hanging Show Box Donated by Weaver Leather, LLC

2nd Prize - $100 Certificate to the AAJS Sales Booth

(you pick what you want)

3rd Prize - $75 Certificate 4th Prize - $50 Certificate 5th Prize - $25 Certificate


City/State:________________________ Age:________ Must also complete the MAIN ENTRY BLANK with additional questions and exhibitor info.

DORPER - 06

City/State:________________________ Age:________ Must also complete the MAIN ENTRY BLANK with additional questions and exhibitor info.

CORRIEDALE - 04

*No Entry Fee for Wool Show Entries

Wool Show below has NO ENTRY FEE and pays NO PREMIUM.

take this total to MAIN ENTRY BLANK to figure entry fee.

TOTAL numbers on lines above: ____________

*Does have a entry fee and should be included on the total line below.

_____ 98 Ram Fleece

_____ 99 Ewe Fleece

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS.

CORRIEDALE Wool Show Entries

_____ 11 Fall Ram Lamb (9-1 to 12-31 last year) _____ 20 January Ram Lamb (1-1 to 1-31) _____ 23 February or Later Ram Lamb (2-1 & later) _____ 40 Yearling Ewe _____ 45 Pair of Yearling Ewes (2 yearling ewes) _____ 48 Fall Ewe Lamb (9-1 to 12-31 last year) _____ 60 January Ewe Lamb (1-1 to 1-31) _____ 63 February or Later Ewe Lamb (2-1 & later) _____ 78 Pair of Ewe Lambs (2 ewe lambs) _____ 81 Young Flock (1 ram, 2 ewe lambs) _____ 84 Best Four Head of Ewes (any combo of 4 ewes) _____ 88 Best Fleece (live animal class)

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS listed below and ONE ENTRY in each GROUP CLASS.

(Dorper OR White Dorper, do not mix)

(Dorper OR White Dorper, do not mix)

Wool Show below has NO ENTRY FEE and pays NO PREMIUM.

take this total to MAIN ENTRY BLANK to figure entry fee.

TOTAL numbers on lines above: ____________

_____ 87 Market Lamb

_____ 84 Best Four Head of Ewes (any combo of 4 ewes)

(Dorper OR White Dorper, do not mix)

_____ 81 Young Flock (1 ram, 2 ewe lambs)

(Dorper OR White Dorper, do not mix)

_____ 48 Fall Ewe Lamb (9-1 to 12-31 last year) _____ 57 Winter Ewe Lamb (1-1 to 2-28) _____ 69 Spring Ewe Lamb (3-1 & after) _____ 78 Pair of Ewe Lambs (2 ewe lambs)

_____ 11 Fall Ram Lamb (9-1 to 12-31 last year) _____ 17 Winter Ram Lamb (1-1 to 2-28) _____ 29 Spring Ram Lamb (3-1 & after) _____ 40 Yearling Ewe _____ 45 Pair of Yearling Ewes (2 yearling ewes)

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS listed below and ONE ENTRY in each GROUP CLASS.

Dorpers & White Dorpers will show together

Name:_______________________________________

All-American Junior Show

Name:_______________________________________

Exhibitor #:__________

All-American Junior Show

after May 25th entires are additional $5

Entries due May 25th Please complete one form for each breed shown by each exhibitor. Also must have the MAIN ENTRY FORM.

Exhibitor #:__________

Please complete one form for each breed shown by each exhibitor. Also must have the MAIN ENTRY FORM.

after May 25th entires are additional $5

Entries due May 25th

Exhibitor #:__________

_____ 98 Ram Fleece

_____ 99 Ewe Fleece

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS.

HAMPSHIRE Wool Show Entries

*No Entry Fee for Wool Show Entries

Wool Show below has NO ENTRY FEE and pays NO PREMIUM.

take this total to MAIN ENTRY BLANK to figure entry fee.

TOTAL numbers on lines above: ____________

_____ 12 Slick Shorn Fall Ram Lamb _____ 20 January Ram Lamb (1-1 to 1-31) _____ 21 Slick Shorn January Ram Lamb _____ 22 February Ram Lamb (2-1 to 2-29) _____ 24 Slick Shorn February Ram Lamb _____ 31 March Ram Lamb (3-1 & later) _____ 32 Slick Shorn March Ram Lamb _____ 40 Yearling Ewe _____ 41 Slick Shorn Yearling Ewe _____ 45 Pair of Yearling Ewes (2 yearling ewes) _____ 48 Fall Ewe Lamb (9-1 to 12-31 last year) _____ 56 Slick Shorn Fall Ewe Lamb (9-1 to 12-31) _____ 60 January Ewe Lamb (1-1 to 1-31) _____ 61 Slick Shorn January Ewe Lamb _____ 62 February Ewe Lamb (2-1 to 2-29) _____ 64 Slick Shorn February Ewe Lamb _____ 71 March Ewe Lamb (3-1 & later) _____ 72 Slick Shorn March Ewe Lamb _____ 78 Pair of Ewe Lambs (2 ewe lambs) _____ 81 Young Flock (1 ram, 2 ewe lambs) _____ 84 Best Four Head of Ewes (any combo of 4 ewes) _____ 87 Market Lamb

_____ 11 Fall Ram Lamb (9-1 to 12-31 last year)

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS listed below and ONE ENTRY in each GROUP CLASS.

HAMPSHIRE - 10

City/State:________________________ Age:________ Must also complete the MAIN ENTRY BLANK with additional questions and exhibitor info.

Name:_______________________________________

All-American Junior Show

Please complete one form for each breed shown by each exhibitor. Also must have the MAIN ENTRY FORM.

after May 25th entires are additional $5

Entries due May 25th


Show Rules and Regulations___________AAJS Purpose:

The purpose of the All-American Junior Sheep Show is to provide a weekend vacation for youngsters raising sheep and their families. Social activities as well as competitive events are planned. Emphasis is being placed on meeting other youngsters and learning the attributes of all breeds of sheep. Promotional contests are designed to assist youngsters in developing marketing skills necessary for the Sheep Industry of the future.

General Rules:

1. The All-American Junior Sheep Show is open to youngsters who are 21 years of age or less on January 1st. 2. Juniors showing breeding stock or entering promotional contests must be a junior member on record of their respective breed association.  Youngsters may exhibit more than one breed. 3. Ownership must be recorded in junior’s name, chapter or club name, immediate family or farm name, unless otherwise specified by their respective breed association. 4. Deadline for ownership is July 1st. All registration certificates are required and must be duly processed by the respective breed association. Exception: Sheep purchased at public auction after May 25th, will be allowed to show with a bill of sale which identifies said sheep by breed, age and flock number. 5. Juniors must be present to show their own entries unless physically impaired. If two animals are entered in the same class, another junior must show the other entry. With no lower age limit, the junior exhibitor must still be physically capable of showing his or her own sheep. *See special Breed Rules

6. Entries must be postmarked by May 25th. All entries must have appropriate fees enclosed and must be mailed to: All-American Junior Show PO Box 506 N Scituate, RI 02857-0506

Phone: (401) 647-4676 Fax: (401) 647-4679

Email: cdcdorset@cox.net Substitutions and added entries are permitted. 7. Each exhibitor may enter a maximum of the following: Breeding Stock: Two entries in each single sheep class and one in each group class. Market Lambs: Two market lambs per breed. Wool Show: Two ram and two ewe fleeces. Promotion Contests: One entry per class. 8. Market Lambs may be ewes or wethers. Ewe lambs in the Market Class will not be allowed to show in the Breeding Stock Show. All Market Lambs must be slickshorn and show no evidence of fungus. 9. Each entry will be assigned a separate number in the official catalog of the show. Ring cards with the respective entry numbers will be provided. This ring card must be brought to the showring by the exhibitor showing the sheep.

10. All sheep must be in place by 8:00 A.M. on Friday and must remain until the close of activities on Sunday. Anyone removing sheep from the grounds without show management approval is subject to forfeiture of all premium money and awards. 11. Exhibitors should bring initial feed and bedding but additional supplies will be available for purchase. 12. All aisles must be cleaned before 8:00 a.m. each day. All refuse matter must be disposed of in provided containers. 13. All entries for exhibits of any kind or character in this show are subject to these rules and regulations and any violation will subject exhibitors to any penalties the executive committee may order. 14. The show management reserves the final and absolute right to interpret these rules and regulations and arbitrarily settle and determine all matters, questions or differences in regard there to, or otherwise arising out of, or incident to the show. 15. The management reserves the right to accept or reject entirely, partially or conditionally any entry of application. The management also reserves the right to personally, or appoint a committee to, inspect all entries after they have arrived and dismiss any entries that would discredit the exposition. 16. No inhumane treatment of animals will be allowed. No muzzles, painting of animals, and drenching allowed. 17. Any exhibitor making a protest shall lodge such protest with the executive committee in writing within 24 hours of the cause of the protest. Protest must be based on violation of rules. No protest shall be considered by the management unless accompanied by a deposit of $250 cash, certified check or money order. This deposit shall be forfeited if the protest is not sustained. Protests shall be adjudicated by the executive committee. 18. The All-American Show Managers, Committee, Breed Associations, or Fair Board of the respective fairgrounds is not responsible in case of any accidents.

Health Requirements:

*HEALTH INSPECTION*

There will be health inspections on Thursday afternoon and Friday morning (see scheudle for times). All animals will need to be presented to a AAJS staff and the vet durning inspection. Health papers, on all animals both in-state and out of state, will have to be signed and stickered by AAJS vet. You will have to show stickered health papers to check-in staff, before you can complete paperwork check-in on Thursday or Friday. Animals showing signs of any communicable disease will be asked to leave the barn and will not be allowed to participate in the show.

WISCONSIN Health Regulations:

An official interstate certificate of veterinary inspection (ICVI) properly completed by a veterinarian that is licensed in the animal’s state of origin AND is accredited by the USDA in the animal’s state of origin within 30 days prior to importation. All sheep of any aged imported into Wisconsin MUST be officially individually identified by a USDA Scrapie tag, tattoo, or breed registration number. The individual identification must be recorded on the health certificate.

Staff Honorees... The Blome Pizza Party is named in honor of Harry & Mary Blome, IL. In 2013, both were victims of a car accident where Mary lost her life and Harry was severely injured. Mary was past secretary of the Oxford Assn. They had never missed an AAJS and devoted their time not only to the Oxford show but also to serving pizza each year at the Friday night event. The All-American thanks them both for all their years of service!

19. Unsportsmanlike conduct will not be tolerated. Any exhibitor and/or family members may be excused from the All-American for any behavior as deemed by the executive committee.

Special Breed Rules:

If your breed has any special rules, additional rules, or information, they will be included separately by your breed association. If you have questions about special rules for your breed, please contact your breed association.

entry deadline is

May 25th

We’ll still allow additional sheep entries after deadline...

after May 25th entires are additional $5

www.allamericanjuniorshow.com

PO Box 506 - N Scituate, RI 02857-0506 401/647-4676


Name:_______________________________________ City/State:________________________ Age:________ Must also complete the MAIN ENTRY BLANK with additional questions and exhibitor info.

LINCOLN - 11

City/State:________________________ Age:________ Must also complete the MAIN ENTRY BLANK with additional questions and exhibitor info.

KATAHDIN - 20

Wool Show below has NO ENTRY FEE and pays NO PREMIUM.

take this total to MAIN ENTRY BLANK to figure entry fee.

TOTAL numbers on lines above: ____________

(White OR Nat Colored, do not mix)

(White OR Nat Colored, do not mix)

(White OR Nat Colored, do not mix)

*No Entry Fee for Wool Show Entries

Wool Show below has NO ENTRY FEE and pays NO PREMIUM.

take this total to MAIN ENTRY BLANK to figure entry fee.

TOTAL numbers on lines above: ____________

*Does have a entry fee and should be included on the total line below.

_____ 98 Ram Fleece

_____ 99 Ewe Fleece

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS.

LINCOLN Wool Show Entries

_____ 88 Best Fleece (live animal class)

_____ 84 Best Four Head of Ewes (any combo of 4 ewes)

_____ 81 Young Flock (1 ram, 2 ewe lambs)

_____ 50 White Senior Ewe Lamb (9-1 to 1-31) _____ 51 Nat Colored Senior Ewe Lamb (9-1 to 1-31) _____ 65 White Junior Ewe Lamb (2-1 & after) _____ 66 Nat Colored Junior Ewe Lamb (2-1 & after) _____ 78 Pair of Ewe Lambs (2 ewe lambs)

(White OR Nat Colored, do not mix)

_____ 98 Ram Fleece

_____ 99 Ewe Fleece

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS.

*No Entry Fee for Wool Show Entries

Wool Show below has NO ENTRY FEE and pays NO PREMIUM.

take this total to MAIN ENTRY BLANK to figure entry fee.

TOTAL numbers on lines above: ____________

*Does have a entry fee and should be included on the total line below.

MERINO Wool Show Entries

_____ 11 Fall Ram Lamb (9-1 to 12-31 last year) _____ 17 Winter Ram Lamb (1-1 to 2-29) _____ 29 Spring Ram Lamb (3-1 & after) _____ 40 Yearling Ewe _____ 45 Pair of Yearling Ewes (2 yearling ewes) _____ 48 Fall Ewe Lamb (9-1 to 12-31 last year) _____ 57 Winter Ewe Lamb (1-1 to 2-29) _____ 69 Spring Ewe Lamb (3-1 & after) _____ 78 Pair of Ewe Lambs (2 ewe lambs) _____ 81 Young Flock (1 ram, 2 ewe lambs) _____ 84 Best Four Head of Ewes (any combo of 4 ewes) _____ 88 Best Fleece (live animal class)

_____ 13 White Senior Ram Lamb (9-1 to 1-31) _____ 14 Nat Colored Senior Ram Lamb (9-1 to 1-31) _____ 25 White Junior Ram Lamb (2-1 & after) _____ 26 Nat Colored Junior Ram Lamb (2-1 & after) _____ 42 White Yearling Ewe _____ 43 Nat Colored Yearling Ewe _____ 45 Pair of Yearling Ewes (2 yearling ewes)

_____ 11 Fall Ram Lamb (9-1 to 12-31 last year) _____ 20 January Ram Lamb (1-1 to 1-31) _____ 22 February Ram Lamb (2-1 to 2-29) _____ 31 March Ram Lamb (3-1 & later) _____ 40 Yearling Ewe _____ 45 Pair of Yearling Ewes (2 yearling ewes) _____ 48 Fall Ewe Lamb (9-1 to 12-31 last year) _____ 60 January Ewe Lamb (1-1 to 1-31) _____ 62 February Ewe Lamb (2-1 to 2-29) _____ 71 March Ewe Lamb (3-1 & later) _____ 78 Pair of Ewe Lambs (2 ewe lambs) _____ 81 Young Flock (1 ram, 2 ewe lambs) _____ 84 Best Four Head of Ewes (any combo of 4 ewes)

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS listed below and ONE ENTRY in each GROUP CLASS.

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS listed below and ONE ENTRY in each GROUP CLASS.

MERINO - 21

City/State:________________________ Age:________ Must also complete the MAIN ENTRY BLANK with additional questions and exhibitor info.

Name:_______________________________________

All-American Junior Show

Exhibitor #:__________

Please complete one form for each breed shown by each exhibitor. Also must have the MAIN ENTRY FORM.

after May 25th entires are additional $5

Entries due May 25th

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS listed below and ONE ENTRY in each GROUP CLASS.

All-American Junior Show

Name:_______________________________________

Exhibitor #:__________

All-American Junior Show

after May 25th entires are additional $5

Entries due May 25th Please complete one form for each breed shown by each exhibitor. Also must have the MAIN ENTRY FORM.

Exhibitor #:__________

Please complete one form for each breed shown by each exhibitor. Also must have the MAIN ENTRY FORM.

after May 25th entires are additional $5

Entries due May 25th


Sheep Show & Other Class Info_______AAJS Breeds:

Border Leicester - 01 Cheviot - 02 Columbia - 03 Corriedale - 04 Dorper - 06 Polled Dorset - 07 Horned Dorset - 08 Dorset Advantage - 09 Hampshire - 10 Katahdin - 20

Lincoln - 11 Merino - 21 Montadale - 12 Natural Colored - 13 Oxford - 14 Romney - 15 Shetland - 16 Shropshire - 17 Southdown - 18 Targhee - 22 Tunis - 19

Class Listing:

Please note that each breed offers different classes. See specific breed entry blank for that breed’s official class list. Limit of TWO ENTRIES

Showmanship:

600 All Exhibitors All Exhibitors are pre-entered in the Showmanship Class. Make sure birthdate is included on entry blank. Showmanship participants will be divided into divisions by age, and respective divisions will be posted prior to the show.

Team Showmanship:

599 All Exhibitors Two person showmanship. Even the adults show with 2 people sometimes and it is an art to find someone that you work with well to show the animal to their best advantage. Get a partner - team up - and we’ll let the judges decide! No need to pre-enter, just sign up for team showmanship when you get there.

allowed in EACH CLASS and ONE ENTRY in each GROUP CLASS.

Premium Scale:

(premiums are awarded in sheep classes only) Class Placing:

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

1-5

20 15 10

6-10

25 20 15 15 10 10

11-15

30 25 20 20 15 15 15 10 10 10 10

16-20

35 30 25 25 20 20 20 15 15 15 15 10 10 10 10

21-25

40 35 30 30 25 25 25 20 20 20 15 15 15 10 10 10 10

(Remember, Fleece and Promotional Classes have NO ENTRY FEE and pay NO PREMIUM)

Wool Show:

81 Ram Fleece 82 Ewe Fleece All Fleeces will be shown un-tied, in clean, clear plastic bags. Please DO NOT tie fleeces. Exhibition bags will be available at the show. Limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS.

Age Brackets:

Divisions are set by this listing and are determined by age on January 1st: Senior (age 17-21) Intermediate (age 14-16) Junior (age 12-13) Beginner (age 11 and under)

Head per Class:

May 25th

Entries for the Three-on-Three Basketball Tourney can be made after arriving at the show. Teams will be randomly selected by the show staff from any three exhibitors with the following stipulations: 1. Each team must have at least one girl 2. Each team must have at least one participant age 12 or under

All-American Lamb Camp:

“Lamb Camp” will be conducted on Friday and Saturday for children 9 years old and younger. Participants need not be exhibitors (i.e. younger siblings) but must bring a halter-broken lamb to Camp. Basic sheep information, showmanship training, and sportsmanship will be taught. There will be a $5 fee for each day your child participates (fees will be collected at the camp itself). Lamb Camp graduates will be recognised at Closing Ceremonies. This is meant to be fun and entertaining for your child as well as a positive learning experience.

Skill-a-thon:

601 Senior 603 Junior 602 Intermediate 604 Beginner Participate in the the Skill-a-thon contest during announced hours when open. This interactive contest will test your skills in sheep management, and many other areas. 611 Senior 613 Junior 612 Intermediate 614 Beginner Contestants will be allowed 12 minutes to look over each of the three classes and take notes. All three classes will be placed and there will be questions on two classes. Judging and note cards will be provided.

after May 25th entires are additional $5 *SHOW MAILING ADDRESS* All-American Junior Show PO Box 506 N Scituate, RI 02857-0506

Three-on-Three Basketball Tourney:

Participation is not mandotory, but highly encouraged!

We’ll still allow additional sheep entries after deadline...

Any exhibitor who will be entering college this Fall or who is an existing college student is eligible to apply for one of four $250 scholarships. Please visit www.allamericanjuniorshow.com for a scholarship application.

All Exhibitors are automatically entered in Showmanship, Team Showmanship, Skill-a-thon, and Judging Contest.

Judging Contest:

entry deadline is

All-American Scholarship:

Phone: (401) 647-4676 Fax: (401) 647-4679

Email: cdcdorset@cox.net

*PAYMENT* Make checks payable to: CDC/AAJS

www.allamericanjuniorshow.com

PO Box 506 - N Scituate, RI 02857-0506 401/647-4676

Thank You Booth...

The AAJS has so many generous sponsors that we want to thank. We will again have a thank-you card writing booth for all exhibitors to write up to 5 notes per day. Your 5 notes will allow you to drop your name in for a drawing of donated iteams from Tractor Supply or the AAJS. Added decorative embellishments are encouraged in your notes! AAJS staff will send them onto our sponsors. The booth will be open Saturday and Sunday morning.


TOTAL numbers on lines above: ____________ Wool Show below has NO ENTRY FEE and pays NO PREMIUM.

Wool Show below has NO ENTRY FEE and pays NO PREMIUM.

*No Entry Fee for Wool Show Entries

_____ 98 Ram Fleece

_____ 99 Ewe Fleece

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS.

MONTADALE Wool Show Entries

_____ 98 Ram Fleece

_____ 99 Ewe Fleece

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS.

*No Entry Fee for Wool Show Entries

NATURAL COLORED Wool Show Entries

take this total to MAIN ENTRY BLANK to figure entry fee.

*Does have a entry fee and should be included on the total line below.

TOTAL numbers on lines above: ____________

take this total to MAIN ENTRY BLANK to figure entry fee.

_____ 11 Fall Ram Lamb (9-1 to 12-31 last year) _____ 20 January Ram Lamb (1-1 to 1-31) _____ 22 February Ram Lamb (2-1 to 2-29) _____ 31 March Ram Lamb (3-1 & later) _____ 40 Yearling Ewe _____ 45 Pair of Yearling Ewes (2 yearling ewes) _____ 48 Fall Ewe Lamb (9-1 to 12-31 last year) _____ 60 January Ewe Lamb (1-1 to 1-31) _____ 62 February Ewe Lamb (2-1 to 2-29) _____ 71 March Ewe Lamb (3-1 & later) _____ 78 Pair of Ewe Lambs (2 ewe lambs) _____ 81 Young Flock (1 ram, 2 ewe lambs) _____ 84 Best Four Head of Ewes (any combo of 4 ewes) _____ 87 Market Lamb _____ 88 Best Fleece (live animal class)

NATURAL COLORED - 13

MONTADALE - 12

_____ 11 Fall Ram Lamb (9-1 to 12-31 last year) _____ 20 January Ram Lamb (1-1 to 1-31) _____ 22 February Ram Lamb (2-1 to 2-29) _____ 31 March Ram Lamb (3-1 & later) _____ 40 Yearling Ewe _____ 41 Slick Shorn Yearling Ewe _____ 45 Pair of Yearling Ewes (2 yearling ewes) _____ 48 Fall Ewe Lamb (9-1 to 12-31 last year) _____ 60 January Ewe Lamb (1-1 to 1-31) _____ 62 February Ewe Lamb (2-1 to 2-29) _____ 71 March Ewe Lamb (3-1 & later) _____ 74 Slick Shorn Ewe Lamb (any age) _____ 78 Pair of Ewe Lambs (2 ewe lambs) _____ 81 Young Flock (1 ram, 2 ewe lambs) _____ 84 Best Four Head of Ewes (any combo of 4 ewes) _____ 87 Market Lamb

City/State:________________________ Age:________ Must also complete the MAIN ENTRY BLANK with additional questions and exhibitor info.

City/State:________________________ Age:________ Must also complete the MAIN ENTRY BLANK with additional questions and exhibitor info.

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS listed below and ONE ENTRY in each GROUP CLASS.

Name:_______________________________________

Name:_______________________________________

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS listed below and ONE ENTRY in each GROUP CLASS.

All-American Junior Show

Exhibitor #:__________

All-American Junior Show

after May 25th entires are additional $5

Entries due May 25th Please complete one form for each breed shown by each exhibitor. Also must have the MAIN ENTRY FORM.

Exhibitor #:__________

Please complete one form for each breed shown by each exhibitor. Also must have the MAIN ENTRY FORM.

after May 25th entires are additional $5

Entries due May 25th

_____ 98 Ram Fleece

_____ 99 Ewe Fleece

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS.

*No Entry Fee for Wool Show Entries

OXFORD Wool Show Entries

Wool Show below has NO ENTRY FEE and pays NO PREMIUM.

take this total to MAIN ENTRY BLANK to figure entry fee.

TOTAL numbers on lines above: ____________

_____ 11 Fall Ram Lamb (9-1 to 12-31 last year) _____ 20 January Ram Lamb (1-1 to 1-31) _____ 22 February Ram Lamb (2-1 to 2-29) _____ 31 March Ram Lamb (3-1 & later) _____ 40 Yearling Ewe _____ 41 Slick Shorn Yearling Ewe _____ 45 Pair of Yearling Ewes (2 yearling ewes) _____ 48 Fall Ewe Lamb (9-1 to 12-31 last year) _____ 60 January Ewe Lamb (1-1 to 1-31) _____ 62 February Ewe Lamb (2-1 to 2-29) _____ 71 March Ewe Lamb (3-1 & later) _____ 74 Slick Shorn Ewe Lamb (any age) _____ 78 Pair of Ewe Lambs (2 ewe lambs) _____ 81 Young Flock (1 ram, 2 ewe lambs) _____ 84 Best Four Head of Ewes (any combo of 4 ewes) _____ 87 Market Lamb

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS listed below and ONE ENTRY in each GROUP CLASS.

OXFORD - 14

City/State:________________________ Age:________ Must also complete the MAIN ENTRY BLANK with additional questions and exhibitor info.

Name:_______________________________________

All-American Junior Show

Exhibitor #:__________

Please complete one form for each breed shown by each exhibitor. Also must have the MAIN ENTRY FORM.

after May 25th entires are additional $5

Entries due May 25th


Market Lamb Classification Rules________ Market Lambs will be classified and judged by the “Three Strikes You’re Out” method. Discrimination and disqualifications for the breeds are as follows:

Cheviot:

3 of the following will result in disqualification: 1. Solid pink nose 2. White hooves 3. Long ears and\or extremely long neck 4. Excessive brown or black hair (more than 25%) 5. Wool cap 6. Wool below the knees Absolute disqualifications: 1. Horns or solid scurs 2. Absence of white hair (frosting) on face and legs of black lambs 3. Steep hip and a genetic tendency to be double-muscled

Dorper: (all Dorpers show together)

3 of the following will result in disqualification: 1. Excessive wool covering in the lower 1/3 of the body and in front of the ears 2. Numerous black spots on front shoulder, head, neck and underline, not around genital areas 3. Brown tints around eyes 4. White spots in the black color on the head and front shoulder (except for frosting around

nose and eyes)

5. Large framed light muscled lambs Absolute disqualifications: 1. Wool below the knees and hocks and in front of eyes 2. Black spots on the body behind front shoulder and above the underline 3. Continous black color from the head to below the knees, breast bone and/or behind the front shoulder. 4. No hair on the britch and belly 5. Any other color besides black and white

White Dorper: (all Dorpers show together)

3 of the following will result in disqualification: 1. Excessive wool covering in the lower 1/3 of the body and in front of the ears 2. Excessive black or brown spots in the wool/hair on the front shoulder, head, neck and underline 3. Speckling on face and legs 4. Large framed light muscled lambs Absolute disqualifications: 1. Wool below the knees and hocks and in front of the eyes 2. Black or brown spots in the wool/hair behind the front shoulder and above the underline 3. No hair on the britch and belly 4. Any other color sheep besides white (no fawn

or wheat colors)

Oxford:

3 of the following will result in disqualification: 1. Long droopy, black ears 2. Bare face 3. Black spots in wool or hair 4. Inverted eyelids Absolute disqualifications: 1. Speckled face and/or legs 2. Horns or solid scurs 3. Lack of top-knot 4. Long, slick, droopy black ears 5. Steep hip and genetic tendency to double muscle and white spots on the ear

Polled Dorset:

ALL POLLED DORSET MARKET LAMBS MUST HAVE REGISTRATION PAPERS AT CHECKIN 3 of the following will result in disqualification: 1. Any dark colored spots in the hair or wool 2. Large drooping ears 3. Fine textured, silky hair covering 4. Absence of hair covering in typical areas 5. All solid black hooves 6. Dark colored septum - dividing tissue between the nostrils 7. Dark colored lining of the nose or mouth 8. All-black, colored or spotted lambs

Horned Dorset:

ALL HORNED DORSET MARKET LAMBS MUST HAVE REGISTRATION PAPERS AT CHECKIN 3 of the following will result in disqualification: 1. Any dark colored spots in the hair or wool 2. Large drooping ears 3. Fine textured, silky hair covering 4. Absence of hair covering in typical areas 5. All solid black hooves 6. Dark colored septum - dividing tissue between the nostrils 7. Dark colored lining of the nose or mouth 8. All-black, colored or spotted lambs

Dorset Advantage:

ALL DORSET ADVANTAGE MARKET LAMBS MUST HAVE REGISTRATION PAPERS AT CHECKIN Dorset Advantage Market lambs will be sifted at weigh-in if necessary

Shropshire:

3 of the following will result in disqualification: 1. Coarse or long, droopy ears 2. Coarse or roman nose 3. Excessive white on face, ears or legs 4. Legs completely bare of wool below the knee and hock 5. Black arm-pits or black spots in skin or wool Absolute disqualifications: 1. Horns 2. Lack of wool cap 3. Steep hip and a genetic tendency to be double-muscled

Southdown:

3 of the following will result in disqualification: 1. Solid white hair color on muzzle 2. Pink nose 3. Excessive white on face, ears or legs 4. Completely slick ears 5. Pink or striped hooves 6. Black spots in the fleece 7. Open pool on the head Absolute disqualifications: 1. Speckled face or legs 2. Horns or solid scurs 3. Solid black lambs 4. Steep hip and a genetic tendency to be double muscled

Tunis:

Lambs will be sifted at weigh-in if necessary If your breed is not listed on this page, there will more than likely be a BEST FLEECE CLASS, check the breed entry form for your breed.

Montadale:

3 of the following will result in disqualification: 1. Solid pink nose 2. Completely white hooves 3. Excessive wool cap 4. Heavy wool covering below the hock and knee 5. Excessive brown or black hair (more than 25%) Absolute disqualifications: 1. Horns 2. Excessive dark coloration that lamb appears to be a “brockle” 3. Absence of white hair (frosting) on face and legs of black lamb 4. Steep hip and a genetic tendency to be double-muscled

Hampshire:

3 of the following will result in disqualification: 1. Broken wool cap 2. Very fine or thin hair on face or legs 3. Scurs 4. Excessive white hair on jaw or legs (more than 25%) Absolute disqualifications: 1. Steep hip and genetic tendency to be double-muscled 2. Horns 3. Speckled face so that the lamb appears to be a “brockle” 4. Excessively dark or blue hide 5. Inadequate wool covering on head and legs

*SHOW MAILING ADDRESS* All-American Junior Show PO Box 506 N Scituate, RI 02857-0506

Natural Colored:

Any animal that is at least 35% Natural Colored excluding head and legs is acceptable

entry deadline is

May 25th

We’ll still allow additional sheep entries after deadline...

after May 25th entires are additional $5

Phone: (401) 647-4676 Fax: (401) 647-4679

Email: cdcdorset@cox.net

*PAYMENT* Make checks payable to: CDC/AAJS


SHROPSHIRE - 17

SHETLAND - 16

ROMNEY - 15

(White OR Nat Colored, do not mix)

(White OR Nat Colored, do not mix)

(White OR Nat Colored, do not mix)

*No Entry Fee for Wool Show Entries

Wool Show below has NO ENTRY FEE and pays NO PREMIUM.

take this total to MAIN ENTRY BLANK to figure entry fee.

TOTAL numbers on lines above: ____________

*Does have a entry fee and should be included on the total line below.

_____ 98 Ram Fleece

_____ 99 Ewe Fleece

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS.

ROMNEY Wool Show Entries

_____ 88 Best Fleece (live animal class)

_____ 84 Best Four Head of Ewes (any combo of 4 ewes)

_____ 81 Young Flock (1 ram, 2 ewe lambs)

_____ 50 White Senior Ewe Lamb (9-1 to 1-31) _____ 51 Nat Colored Senior Ewe Lamb (9-1 to 1-31) _____ 65 White Junior Ewe Lamb (2-1 & after) _____ 66 Nat Colored Junior Ewe Lamb (2-1 & after) _____ 78 Pair of Ewe Lambs (2 ewe lambs)

(White OR Nat Colored, do not mix)

_____ 98 Ram Fleece

_____ 99 Ewe Fleece

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS.

_____ 98 Ram Fleece

_____ 99 Ewe Fleece

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS.

*No Entry Fee for Wool Show Entries

SHROPSHIRE Wool Show Entries

Wool Show below has NO ENTRY FEE and pays NO PREMIUM.

Wool Show below has NO ENTRY FEE and pays NO PREMIUM.

*No Entry Fee for Wool Show Entries

TOTAL numbers on lines above: ____________ take this total to MAIN ENTRY BLANK to figure entry fee.

_____ 11 Fall Ram Lamb (9-1 to 12-31 last year) _____ 20 January Ram Lamb (1-1 to 1-31) _____ 22 February Ram Lamb (2-1 to 2-29) _____ 31 March Ram Lamb (3-1 & later) _____ 40 Yearling Ewe _____ 45 Pair of Yearling Ewes (2 yearling ewes) _____ 48 Fall Ewe Lamb (9-1 to 12-31 last year) _____ 60 January Ewe Lamb (1-1 to 1-31) _____ 62 February Ewe Lamb (2-1 to 2-29) _____ 71 March Ewe Lamb (3-1 & later) _____ 78 Pair of Ewe Lambs (2 ewe lambs) _____ 81 Young Flock (1 ram, 2 ewe lambs) _____ 84 Best Four Head of Ewes (any combo of 4 ewes) _____ 87 Market Lamb

TOTAL numbers on lines above: ____________ take this total to MAIN ENTRY BLANK to figure entry fee.

*Does have a entry fee and should be included on the total line below.

SHETLAND Wool Show Entries

_____ 11 Fall Ram Lamb (9-1 to 1-31) _____ 22 February Ram Lamb (2-1 to 2-29) _____ 31 March Ram Lamb (3-1 to 3-31) _____ 33 April Ram Lamb (4-1 & later) _____ 40 Yearling Ewe _____ 45 Pair of Yearling Ewes (2 yearling ewes) _____ 48 Fall Ewe Lamb (9-1 to 1-31) _____ 62 February Ewe Lamb (2-1 to 2-29) _____ 71 March Ewe Lamb (3-1 to 3-31) _____ 73 April Ewe Lamb (4-1 & later) _____ 78 Pair of Ewe Lambs (2 ewe lambs) _____ 81 Young Flock (1 ram, 2 ewe lambs) _____ 84 Best Four Head of Ewes (any combo of 4 ewes) _____ 88 Best Fleece (live animal class)

_____ 13 White Senior Ram Lamb (9-1 to 1-31) _____ 14 Nat Colored Senior Ram Lamb (9-1 to 1-31) _____ 25 White Junior Ram Lamb (2-1 & after) _____ 26 Nat Colored Junior Ram Lamb (2-1 & after) _____ 42 White Yearling Ewe _____ 43 Nat Colored Yearling Ewe _____ 45 Pair of Yearling Ewes (2 yearling ewes)

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS listed below and ONE ENTRY in each GROUP CLASS.

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS listed below and ONE ENTRY in each GROUP CLASS.

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS listed below and ONE ENTRY in each GROUP CLASS.

City/State:________________________ Age:________ Must also complete the MAIN ENTRY BLANK with additional questions and exhibitor info.

City/State:________________________ Age:________ Must also complete the MAIN ENTRY BLANK with additional questions and exhibitor info.

City/State:________________________ Age:________ Must also complete the MAIN ENTRY BLANK with additional questions and exhibitor info.

All-American Junior Show

Name:_______________________________________

All-American Junior Show Name:_______________________________________

Exhibitor #:__________

All-American Junior Show

after May 25th entires are additional $5

Entries due May 25th

Name:_______________________________________

Exhibitor #:__________

Please complete one form for each breed shown by each exhibitor. Also must have the MAIN ENTRY FORM.

after May 25th entires are additional $5

Entries due May 25th Please complete one form for each breed shown by each exhibitor. Also must have the MAIN ENTRY FORM.

Exhibitor #:__________

Please complete one form for each breed shown by each exhibitor. Also must have the MAIN ENTRY FORM.

after May 25th entires are additional $5

Entries due May 25th


Promotional Contest Rules______________AAJS Age Brackets:

Divisions are set by this listing and are determined by age on January 1st: Senior (age 17-21) Intermediate (age 14-16) Junior (age 12-13) Beginner (age 11 and under) In the Promotional Contest, Exhibitors are encouraged to develop marketing skills by promoting their sheep. Exhibitors may use computers to produce their entries.

Power Point Contest:

(for senior and intermediate only)

Develop a 15 slide visual only Power Point Presentation (no oral presentation required) promoting your breed, farm or American Lamb products. Presentations need to be submitted on a flash drive, saved to a compatible Office 2003 or earlier file along with a printed copy (4 slides per page) inserted in a plastic sleeve for display. 701 Senior 702 Intermediate

Logo Contest:

(for junior and beginner only)

Develop a logo on 8 1/2” by 11” paper which promotes your sheep or farm. 703 Junior 704 Beginner

Ad Layout Contest:

Essay Contest:

Develop a full-size ad promoting your breed, farm or American Lamb products using one to five photos. Finished ad should be 8 1/2” x 11” with 1/2” margins. Logo may be duplicated and incorporated. Ad does not have to be camera-ready, but should be drawn to proportion as nearly as possible. Include address and phone number. 711 Senior 712 Intermediate

Write an essay of 250-350 words describing the positive aspects of your breed, farm or American Lamb products, why you like them, the goals you wish to achieve, and what you think the future holds for the sheep industry in general. 741 Senior 742 Intermediate 743 Junior

(for senior and intermediate only)

Poster Contest:

(for junior and beginner only)

Develop a poster on standard poster or foam board promoting your breed, farm or American Lamb products. Any number of photos may be used. Slogan and logo may be duplicated and incorporated. 713 Junior 714 Beginner

Photo Contest:

Submit 3” x 5” or 4” x 6” photos of your sheep. Limit 1 photo per exhibitor. Each photo should be mounted separately on colored background with at least a 1” border, but not framed. Photos can be of one or more sheep and/or lambs. Photos must be taken by exhibitor. 731 Senior 733 Junior 732 Intermediate 734 Beginner

(no beginner division)

T-Shirt Logo Contest: (no beginner division)

Develop a computer or hand drawn logo promoting the All-American that would be suitable for printing on a T-shirt for the upcoming year of the show. Designs may be exhibited on an 8 1/2” x 11” paper. 751 Senior 752 Intermediate 753 Junior DON’T FORGET, 2018 is the 25th Anniversitry of the All-American, consider that when designing your T-Shirt Logo this year!

Adult Photo Contest:

Submit a 4” X 6” or 5” X 7” photo of kids or events at any of the past years All-American. No entries from any previous All-American Shows may be entered! All projects should be picked up at the close of the show unless specifically requested to be left by your individual breed association office.

Awards & Top Gun Winners______________AAJS Champion Awards:

Winners of each Breed Champion and Reserve Champion Ram and Ewe will receive a special plaque including show logo, breed and year.

Additional Awards:

Winners of each Breed Class, Showmanship Class and Team Showmanship Class, Breed Fleece Contest, Promotional Contest Division, Skill-a-thon Division, Judging Contest Division, and the Three-on-Three Basketball Tourney will receive a AAJS Class Winner Award.

Top Gun Awards:

Points Scale: For contest 1-4 listed here -- 1st place receives 25 points descending to 1 point for 25th place For contest 5 --- 1st place will receive their respective points, all others receive 4th place points For contest 6-8 --- 1st, 2nd and 3rd placings receive their respective points, all others receive 4th place points

Points accumulation: Points accumlate for each exhibitor from their placings in the following competitions: 1. Breeding stock classes * # 2. Market lamb classes * # 3. Skill-a-thon 4. Judging Contest 5. Best Fleece classes (live animal) # 6. Wool Show * 7. Promotional Contests 8. Individual Showmanship * points given for individual and group classes, but not champions or reserves in breeding stock, market lamb, and wool show competition

PLEASE NOTE: for exhibitors showing more than one breed... Make sure to designate on the MAIN ENTRY FORM in the PROMOTIONAL ENTRY SECTION which breed promo, showmanship, skill-a-thon & judging points should be designated to. Points accumulate for each breed for the first four competitions listed. Points accumulated in the last four competitions are added to the exhibitor’s designated breed from the MAIN ENTRY FORM.

# only points from your highest placing 14 individual and group classes will be included in the top gun calculation from breeding stock, market lamb, best fleece classes.

*SHOW MAILING ADDRESS* All-American Junior Show PO Box 506 N Scituate, RI 02857-0506

Phone: (401) 647-4676 Fax: (401) 647-4679

Email: cdcdorset@cox.net

*PAYMENT* Make checks payable to: CDC/AAJS

www.allamericanjuniorshow.com

PO Box 506 - N Scituate, RI 02857-0506 401/647-4676


TARGHEE - 22

SOUTHDOWN - 18

National Jr Show

*No Entry Fee for Wool Show Entries

_____ 98 Ram Fleece

_____ 99 Ewe Fleece

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS.

SOUTHDOWN Wool Show Entries

_____ 98 Ram Fleece

_____ 99 Ewe Fleece

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS.

*No Entry Fee for Wool Show Entries

TARGHEE Wool Show Entries

Wool Show below has NO ENTRY FEE and pays NO PREMIUM.

take this total to MAIN ENTRY BLANK to figure entry fee.

Wool Show below has NO ENTRY FEE and pays NO PREMIUM.

take this total to MAIN ENTRY BLANK to figure entry fee.

TOTAL numbers on lines above: ____________

*Does have a entry fee and should be included on the total line below.

_____ 11 Fall Ram Lamb (9-1 to 12-31 last year) _____ 20 January Ram Lamb (1-1 to 1-31) _____ 22 February Ram Lamb (2-1 to 2-29) _____ 31 March Ram Lamb (3-1 & later) _____ 40 Yearling Ewe _____ 45 Pair of Yearling Ewes (2 yearling ewes) _____ 48 Fall Ewe Lamb (9-1 to 12-31 last year) _____ 60 January Ewe Lamb (1-1 to 1-31) _____ 62 February Ewe Lamb (2-1 to 2-29) _____ 71 March Ewe Lamb (3-1 & later) _____ 78 Pair of Ewe Lambs (2 ewe lambs) _____ 81 Young Flock (1 ram, 2 ewe lambs) _____ 84 Best Four Head of Ewes (any combo of 4 ewes) _____ 88 Best Fleece (live animal class)

TOTAL numbers on lines above: ____________

_____ 40 Yearling Ewe _____ 45 Pair of Yearling Ewes (2 yearling ewes) _____ 48 Fall Ewe Lamb (9-1 to 12-31 last year) _____ 60 January Ewe Lamb (1-1 to 1-31) _____ 62 February Ewe Lamb (2-1 to 2-29) _____ 71 March Ewe Lamb (3-1 & later) _____ 78 Pair of Ewe Lambs (2 ewe lambs) _____ 81 Young Flock (1 ram, 2 ewe lambs) _____ 84 Best Four Head of Ewes (any combo of 4 ewes) _____ 87 Market Lamb

_____ 10 Yearling Ram *special class for National Jr Show _____ 11 Fall Ram Lamb (9-1 to 12-31 last year) _____ 20 January Ram Lamb (1-1 to 1-31) _____ 22 February Ram Lamb (2-1 to 2-29) _____ 31 March Ram Lamb (3-1 & later) _____ 37 Pair of Ram Lambs *special class for

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS listed below and ONE ENTRY in each GROUP CLASS.

City/State:________________________ Age:________ Must also complete the MAIN ENTRY BLANK with additional questions and exhibitor info.

City/State:________________________ Age:________ Must also complete the MAIN ENTRY BLANK with additional questions and exhibitor info.

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS listed below and ONE ENTRY in each GROUP CLASS.

Name:_______________________________________

All-American Junior Show

Name:_______________________________________

Exhibitor #:__________

All-American Junior Show

after May 25th entires are additional $5

Entries due May 25th Please complete one form for each breed shown by each exhibitor. Also must have the MAIN ENTRY FORM.

Exhibitor #:__________

Please complete one form for each breed shown by each exhibitor. Also must have the MAIN ENTRY FORM.

after May 25th entires are additional $5

Entries due May 25th

_____ 98 Ram Fleece

_____ 99 Ewe Fleece

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS.

*No Entry Fee for Wool Show Entries

TUNIS Wool Show Entries

Wool Show below has NO ENTRY FEE and pays NO PREMIUM.

take this total to MAIN ENTRY BLANK to figure entry fee.

TOTAL numbers on lines above: ____________

_____ 11 Fall Ram Lamb (9-1 to 12-31 last year) _____ 20 January Ram Lamb (1-1 to 1-31) _____ 22 February Ram Lamb (2-1 to 2-29) _____ 31 March Ram Lamb (3-1 & later) _____ 34 Slick Shorn Ram Lamb (any age) _____ 40 Yearling Ewe _____ 41 Slick Shorn Yearling Ewe _____ 45 Pair of Yearling Ewes (2 yearling ewes) _____ 48 Fall Ewe Lamb (9-1 to 12-31 last year) _____ 60 January Ewe Lamb (1-1 to 1-31) _____ 62 February Ewe Lamb (2-1 to 2-29) _____ 71 March Ewe Lamb (3-1 & later) _____ 74 Slick Shorn Ewe Lamb (any age) _____ 78 Pair of Ewe Lambs (2 ewe lambs) _____ 81 Young Flock (1 ram, 2 ewe lambs) _____ 84 Best Four Head of Ewes (any combo of 4 ewes) _____ 87 Market Lamb

mark NUMBER OF ENTRIES on line that will be in EACH CLASS, limit of TWO ENTRIES allowed in EACH CLASS listed below and ONE ENTRY in each GROUP CLASS.

TUNIS - 19

City/State:________________________ Age:________ Must also complete the MAIN ENTRY BLANK with additional questions and exhibitor info.

Name:_______________________________________

All-American Junior Show

Exhibitor #:__________

Please complete one form for each breed shown by each exhibitor. Also must have the MAIN ENTRY FORM.

after May 25th entires are additional $5

Entries due May 25th


Frequently Asked Questions____________AAJS The All-American Junior Show is strictly a volunteer effort, so keeping your calls to a minimum will really help your respective breed secretaries complete your regular work (i.e. your registration papers & transfers). We have continually tried to develop the AllAmerican Junior Show without an overwhelming number of rules so that this show can be as stress-free and fun as possible for our sheep families. We have found that many questions have been the result of trying to make things harder than they really are.

Questions & Answers: Q. Our flock of sheep is registered in more than one of our children’s names, how do we enter them at the All-American Show? A. You may enter different sheep for each of your children or simply enter them all in one child’s name. For All-American purposes each exhibitor needs to be designated as one name only. This is because the Top-Gun Award is a belt buckle which we have yet to figure out how to divide! Q. Why is there not more criteria for the promotional contests? A. We are looking for creativity here. Originality absolutely counts. Q. How early can we arrive? and how late can we stay? A. You may arrive NO EARLIER than 12:00pm on Wednesday and must leave NO LATER than 11:00pm Sunday. No exceptations will be made, as the Center has a tight turn around for another event.

Q. OK then, how about if we need a late arrival or early release?

Q. How is the penning chart decided on and assigned?

A. Check-in must be done by 10:00am on Friday and everyone MUST STAY through the end of Closing Ceremonies on Sunday. Exceptions will only be made in case of family emergencies, disabled vehicles and “Acts of God” -- not to attend other shows. (However, if you get delayed in route, please come and we will accommodate you) You may call 401-829-1360 in case of emergency.

A. The number of entries and breed is considered for each exhibitor when assigning pens. Families will automatically be penned together, and request can be made for groups wanting to be in the same vicintity. List the names of other exhibitors whom you would like to be penned with on the provided section on the Main Entry Form. We will do our best to accomodate the request.

Q. After we entered, circumstances have arisen that prevent my child from attending and/ or showing his own sheep. What can we do?

Q. We are bringing other kids with us who are not exhibitors, can they still participate in any contest?

A. Please contact the AAJS as soon as possible so the penning chart can be revised. With regard to return of entry fees, the Executive Committee will then review each circumstance and make decisions on an individual basis.

A. Absolutely, (if younger kid) lamb camp participants need not be exhibitors, but should be entered on the Lamb Camp form. Also the three-on-three basketball tourney, skill-a-thon, judging contest, and showmanship(s) are open to non-exhibitors. You are encouraged to enter them like an exhibitor so that cards for those contest can be pre-printed and they can still recieve an exhibitor packet and shirt. Participation cards for these contest can also be obtained or entered at the show and any extra kids are welcome to participate.

Q. Will there be bedding available for purchase? A. Very limited quanities will be available on site for purchase at market price. Please use the Pre-Order Bedding form to the right to insure that your have adaquite bedding/hay while at the show. Q. How do I know my entries were recieved? A. We do not mail any confirmation, but do send a pre-show email with some final information. You can always check wtih us to make sure that your entries were recieved. Email: cdcdorset@cox.net

Brief History of AAJS Locations_______AAJS AAJS started in 1993 at the Monroe County Fairgrounds in Bloomington, IN with 6 breeds (Columbia, Polled and Horned Dorset, Hampshire, Montadale, Rambouillet and Southdown).

2018 brings the 25th Anniversary

In 1995 they moved to the Johnson County Fairgrounds in Franklin, IN. It stayed there until they started to rotate the show into different regions starting with Sedalia, MO in 2002 (12 breeds at that show).

of the

All-American Junior Show to Indianapolis, IN

2003 - Darke County Fairgrounds - Greenville, OH 2004 - Wisconsin State Fairgrounds - Milwaukee, WI 2005 - Missouri State Fairgrounds - Sedalia, MO 2006 - Big E Complex - West Springfield, MA 2007 - Michigan State Univ - East Lansing, MI 2008 - Missouri State Fairgrounds - Sedalia, MO 2009 - Darke County Fairgrounds - Greenville, OH 2010 - Michigan State Univ - East Lansing, MI

Indiana State Fairgrounds

July 5-8, 2018


Exhibitor #:__________

shall not have reached 22 years prior to January 1st of current year

9. Judging will be based on: a. Appearance of the finished animal and the image it would present if entering the show ring. b. Manner of handling the animal and equipment while fitting to ensure safety. c. Knowledge of and proper use of equipment and ability to answer questions from judges pertaining to fitting. d. Courtesy to other contestants and show officials.

8. Only water and soap may be used to wet fleece.

7. Equipment may be shared with other contestants if an agreement is made prior to the contest. If contestants share, equipment must be handled safely and courteously. If, in the opinion of judges, a contestant is unable to control electrical equipment, they will be restricted to hand shearers.

6. All contestants must furnish their own equipment including trimming stands, shears, clippers, extension cords, wool cards and traditional equipment.

5. Seniors may use fitting equipment of their own choice, including electrical shearing and clipping equipment.

4. Juniors may use fitting equipment of their own choice, except for electrical shearing or clipping equipment.

3. Sheep will be determined prior to the contest. The lambs will not have trimmed feet and will not be washed... all in the competition will be “fresh out of the field”. Lambs will carry an approximate 75-day fleece.

2. Each contestant will be asked to fit one ewe lamb in its entirety during the one hour allotted for competition.

1. To guarantee a sheep, exhibitors MUST to pre-enter for the fitting contest via their entry form. (this is necessary so we have enough lambs for everyone)

FItting Contest has NO ENTRY FEE and pays NO PREMIUM, only the awards listed above will be given in each division.

________Junior Division (ages 14 and under)

________Senior Division (ages 15-22)

Mark Division you wish to enter:

1st place - Fitting Stand 2nd place - Electric Shears 3rd place - Fitting bucket (wool card, bucket heater, brush, hoof trimmers, etc) All other participants will receive a Mid-States gift certificate.

Awards in each division:

Todd Weaver Memorial Fitting Contest

Name:_______________________________________ City/State:________________________ Age:________ Must also complete the MAIN ENTRY BLANK with additional questions and exhibitor info.

Contest held in conjuction with UJSSA and Suffolk Show Exhibitors. Sponsored by great fitters in the sheep industry, through generous donations, given in memory of Todd Weaver.

THIS IS A SEPERATE FORM FOR FITTING CONTEST ENTRY.

after May 25th entires are additional $5

Entries due May 25th

NEW CONTEST: Todd Weaver Memorial Fitting Contest

Exhibitor #:__________

THIS IS A SEPERATE FORM FOR PRE-ORDER BEDDING.

All-American Junior Show PO Box 506 - N Scituate, RI 02857-0506 Phone: (401) 647-4676 Fax: (401) 647-4679 Email: cdcdorset@cox.net

Market Price per bale

•Penning will be a mix of pens 10x10 and box stalls. If in stalls, plan to bring divider gates. •Penning chart will NOT be final before order deadline, but plan as best you can. •Questions on Bedding, contact Debbie Hopkins or Richard Schambow 608-774-6068

Pre-Order Deadline: JUNE 10th

You can include Pre-Bedding Payment in entry fee check.

You can pay total at event, or pre-pay. Make checks payable to: CDC/AAJS

Will be bulk purchased just prior to show

TOTAL AMOUNT ________________

Will be bulk purchased just prior to show

______ Hay

Market Price per bale

100% of the proceeds from sale of shavings goes directly back to 2017 AAJS food and activities for exhibitors!

______ Straw

______ Shavings $5.00 per bag

fill in total number of items need on line

BEDDING/HAY available:

Total Head of Sheep with this order:_______________

Phone # for Group:_____________________________

_____________________________________________

_____________________________________________

_____________________________________________

_____________________________________________

Exhibitor Name(s) Included in this order:

PRE-ORDER BEDDING

Any pre-ordered bedding will be delivered to your pens prior to your arrival.

Please order all the bedding you will need through this form. There will be very limited quanity for sale at the show. You can bring your own if you like.

Mail this form with your entires or send before deadline to

Pre-Order Deadline JUNE 10th


2016 Exhibitors • East Lansing, Michigan__________AAJS 23rd All-American Show Statistics from Michigan: • 372 exhibitors at the Pavilion at MSU • 25 states represented • 1667 head of sheep exhibited • 19 breeds participated in the show

Other Contest Participant Numbers: • 299 Promotional Items • 196 Judging Contest Participants • 206 Skill-a-thon Participants • 298 Showmanship Participants • 158 Fleeces in the Wool Show

Age Out Exhibitors:

Total Number Exhibited by Breed: • 304 Southdowns • 256 Hampshires • 183 Shropshires • 160 Polled Dorsets • 127 Oxfords • 106 Tunis • 78 Lincolns • 58 Cheviots • 58 Dorpers • 57 Natural Coloreds • 48 Montadales • 43 Shetlands • 40 Dorset Advantage • 30 Border Leicesters • 29 Romneys • 25 Corriedales • 24 Cotswolds • 22 Columbias • 15 Horned Dorsets

Lamb Camp Participants: Alec Baumer, WI Ashley Blum, MD Richard Burns, IN Robbie Casey, OH Colby Clark, NH Ashley Ferrell, IN Jared Frieze, MO Kasey Gatson, MO Nathan Hanson, WI

Emma Hopkins, IN Courtney Lobdell, WI Tyler Majchrzak, MD Olivia Nichols, KY Rachel Schambow, WI Kelsi Smercheck, WI Alex Tuggle, OH Lensey Watson, AR

Exhibitor Group Photo from Michigan

Total Number Exhibitors by State: • 85 Indiana • 56 Ohio • 50 Illinois • 36 Wisconsin • 25 Michigan • 16 Maryland, New York, Pennsylvania • 13 Kansas • 9 New Hampshire • 7 Connecticut, Missouri • 5 Virginia, Kentucky • 4 Oklahoma • 3 Delaware, South Dakota, Tennessee • 3 Minnesota, Iowa • 2 Arkansas, North Carolina • 1 New Jersey, Oregon, Maine


Exhibitor #:__________

5. Ewes or rams may be used.

4. Teams are encouraged to dress up with their sheep, and can do so ahead of time.

3. Contestants are encouraged to have their sheep costumes prepared ahead of time, so assembly can go quickly.

2. Teams will be given 10 minutes to dress their sheep in the ring.

1. Up to four contestants may participate in each team.

has NO ENTRY FEE, will have award for cash prize awarded at contest

____________________________________________________________________________________

List names of other Team Members: _____________________________________________________

________Mark to Enter Dress A Sheep Contest

Teams need to provide a 50 to 75 word summary about their sheep costume to be read during the contest.

1st place team will recieve award or cash prize.

Dress-A-Sheep Contest

5. Judges will evaluate these three categories, assigning points accordingly. The highest number of points determines the winner.  In the case of a tie, bonus points will be awarded for creativity and originality.

4. Judging will be based on: a. Outfit - 35 points (fit and style of entrant’s clothing) (Main garment(s) must be made of at least 60% wool fiber. Contestants must furnish their own garment(s) which may be handmade and/or purchased.) b. Poise & Appearance - 35 points (suitability of the outfit to the contestant, overall impression created by the contestant and the sheep) c. Sheep - 30 points (control, conformation and presentation of the animal)

3. The immediate family of the exhibitor must own the ewe that is being led. Sheep must be a registered yearling ewe, senior ewe or ewe lamb conditioned, fitted and trained to show at halter.  All sheep must be entered and shown in their respective breeding sheep class in the 2017 All-American or National Junior Suffolk Show.

2. Contest officials reserve the right to edit activities resumes.

1. Your commentary form must be completed prior to the contest and handed in at the UJSSA show office.

has NO ENTRY FEE, will have award for cash prize awarded at contest

Make sure to complete commentary form to turn in at the show!

________Mark to Enter “Ewe” Lead with Wool Contest

Commentary forms can be picked up and completed at the show.

1st place exhibitor will recieve award or cash prize.

“Ewe” Lead with Wool Contest

Name:_______________________________________ City/State:________________________ Age:________ Must also complete the MAIN ENTRY BLANK with additional questions and exhibitor info.

Contest held in conjuction with UJSSA and Suffolk Show Exhibitors.

THIS IS A SEPERATE FORM FOR FITTING CONTEST ENTRY.

after May 25th entires are additional $5

Entries due May 25th

NEW CONTESTS: “Ewe” Lead with Wool and Dress-A-Sheep Contests


2016 Champions • East Lansing, Michigan________AAJS Breed Champions:

Border Leicester Ram - Travis Johnson, OH Ewe - Heidi Barkley, PA Best Fleece White - Travis Johnson, OH Nat Colored Cheviot Ram - Kaylee Copeland, OH Ewe - Caitlin Plank, MI Market Lamb - Caitlin Plank, MI Columbia Ram - Alec Baumer, WI Ewe - Alec Baumer, WI Best Fleece - Megan Inbody, OH Corriedale Ram - Kaitlyn Stillion, OH Ewe - Abigail Thornton, OH Best Fleece - Kaitlyn Stillion, OH Cotswold Ram - Alexandra Rogers, NJ Ewe - Alexandra Rogers, NJ Best Fleece White - Alexandra Rogers, NJ Nat Colored - Lensey Watson, AR Dorper Ram - Jessica Jean Larrick, OH Ewe - Jared Frieze, MO Market Lamb - Jessica Waldron, OH Polled Dorset Ram - Olivia Nichols, KY Ewe - Thomas Vandeventer, IL Market Lamb - Landon Bewley, IN Horned Dorset Ram - Keegan Padgett, IN Ewe - Keegan Padgett, IN Dorset Advantage Ram - Morgan Hauger, IN Ewe - Tyler Kiggins, IL Market Lamb - Austin Wright, IN Hampshire Ram - Jenna Sullivan, CT Ewe - Jenna Sullivan, CT Market Lamb - Jordyn Leininger, IN Lincoln Ram - Nathan Hanson, WI Ewe - Nathan Hanson, WI Best Fleece - Justin Taylor, WI Montadale Ram - Kasey Gatson, MO Ewe - Madison Corzatt, IL Market Lamb - Jansyn VanHorn, KS Natural Colored Ram - Austin Inbody, OH Ewe - Drew Ridgeway, MD Best Fleece - Jamie Lindow, WI Market Lamb - Morgan Hauger, IN Oxford Ram - Tyler Angus, IL Ewe - Ty Miller, IN Market Lamb - Jordyn Leininger, IN Romney Ram - Ethan Kennedy, NY Ewe - Ethan Kennedy, NY Best Fleece - Emma Rogers, SD

Shetland Ram - Trevor Pharris, IN Ewe - Samantha Ludlam, MI Best Fleece - Emma Hopkins, IN Shropshire Ram - Jaedyn Slutz, IL Ewe - Jaedyn Slutz, IL Market Lamb - Garrett Friesen, IN Southdown Ram - Jayleigh Oldenburg, OK Ewe - Preston Forsee, KY Market Lamb - Elizabeth Shatto, OH Tunis Ram - Kyle MacCauley, PA Ewe - Rachel Schambow, WI Market Lamb - Kyle MacCauley, PA

Judging Contest Winners:

Basketball Winning Team:

1st PLACE - TEAM 11 Austin Brockman, IL Trent George, MI Amelia Barnum, MI

2nd PLACE - TEAM 17 Preston Forsee, KY Blake Kessler, IN Jenna Lindow, WI

AAJS Scholarship Winners:

Beginner - Junior - Intermediate - Senior -

Jordyn Leininger, IN Lizzy Miller, MD Olivia Waggoner, PA Nathan Hanson, WI

Skill-a-thon Winners:

Abilene Gatson, MO - Univ of Missouri, Columbia Rachel Schambow, WI - Univ of WI-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine Hannah VanRoekel, IA - Iowa State Univ Nick Fowler, OH - The Ohio State Univ Lindsey O’Hara, IN - Western Illinois Univ

Beginner - Joey Robinson, WI Junior - Emma Barnum, MI Intermediate - Joe Ludlam, MI Senior - Robbie Casey, OH

entry deadline is

May 25th

We’ll still allow additional sheep entries after deadline....

after May 25th entires are additional $5


AAJS________East Lansing, Michigan • 2016 Top Gun Winners:

Showmanship Winners:

Tunis - Kyle MacCauley, PA Southdown - Nicholas Fowler, OH Shropshire - Colby Clark, NH Shetland - Samantha Ludlam, MI Romney - Ethan Kennedy, NY Polled Dorset - Olivia Waggoner, PA Oxford - Tyler Angus, IL Natural Colored - Chelsea Shell, OH Montadale - Jansyn VanHorn, KS Lincoln - Sabrina Richert, IN

Horned Dorset - Keegan Joel Padgett, IN Hampshire - Jenna Sullivan, CT Dorset Advantage - Madelyn Syme, CT Dorper - Sydney Phipps, DE Cotswold - Alexandra Rogers, NJ Corriedale - Abigail Thornton, OH Columbia - Alec Baumer, WI Cheviot - Paige Clyde, PA Border Leicester - Heidi Barkley, PA

Wool Show Winners:

Promotional Contest Winners:

Border Leicerster - Heidi Barkley, PA Cheviot - Jaycie Brown, MI Columbia - Riley Leonard, MI Corriedale - Kaitlyn Stillion, OH Cotswold - Alexandra Rogers, NJ Hampshire - Jenna Sullivan, CT Horned Dorset - Morgan Inbody, OH Lincoln - Laura Millikan, IN Montadale - Jansyn VanHorn, KS Natural Colored - Lizzy Miller, MD Oxford - Tyler Angus, IL Polled Dorset - Olivia Waggoner, PA Romney - Emma Rogers, SD Shetland - Xander Ludlam, MI Shropshire - Rylie Miller, IN Southdown - Thomas Lohr, VA Tunis - Drew Ridgeway, MD

Champions

Power Point Senior - Sabrina Richert, IN Intermediate - Justin Taylor, WI Logo Junior - Jackson Lohr, VA Beginner - Sydney Phipps, DE Ad Layout Senior - Ethan Kennedy, NY Intermediate - Heidi Barkley, PA Poster Junior - Katelynn Wallace, OH Beginner - Drew George, MI Photo Adult - Craig Beckmier, IL Senior - Sabrina Richert, IN Intermediate - Holden Lovelace, TN Junior - Riley Leonard, MI Beginner - Madelyn Syme, CT Essay Senior - Kalyn Swihart, OH Intermediate - Heidi Barkley, PA Junior - Nicholas Angus, IL T-Shirt Senior - Nathan Hanson, WI Intermediate - Jayleigh Oldenburg, OK Junior - Kara Hodel, IL

Group 1 - Cooper Crowder, IN Group 2 - Kennedy Mitchell, IN Group 3 - Brayden Bowers, IN Group 4 - Drew Hoeflinger, IN Group 5 - Landon Bewley, IN Group 6 - Mylee Shatto, OH Group 7 - Brianna Gerrell, IN Group 8 - Jordyn Leninger, IN Group 9 - Carson Kretzmeier, IN Group 10 - Breanna Knittel, IL Group 11 - Kailen Smerchek, WI Group 12 - Keegan Joel Padgett, IN Group 13 - Austin Grace, NH Group 14 - MacKenzie Kay Padgett, IN Group 15 - Abilene Gatson, MO Group 16 - Miranda Hunter, DE Group 17 - Dathan Smerchek, WI Group 18 - Colby Clark, NH

Team Showmanship Winners:

Group 1 - Addison Nicholson, CT & Madelyn Syme, CT Group 2 - Drew George, MI & Trent George, MI Group 3 - Callen Oldenburg, OK & Colton Rowland, IN Group 4 - Jordyn Leininger, IN & Preston Forsee, KY Group 5 - Casey Lobdell, WI & Carson Lobdell, WI Group 6 - Olivia Waggoner, PA & Ethan Kennedy, NY

*SHOW MAILING ADDRESS* All-American Junior Show PO Box 506 N Scituate, RI 02857-0506

Phone: (401) 647-4676 Fax: (401) 647-4679

Email: cdcdorset@cox.net

*PAYMENT* Make checks payable to: CDC/AAJS

www.allamericanjuniorshow.com

PO Box 506 - N Scituate, RI 02857-0506 401/647-4676


www.allamericanjuniorshow.com PO Box 506 - N Scituate, RI 02857-0506 401/647-4676

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