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Annual Warren County Fair

Summer Days... Country Ways

FREE FRONT GATE • FREE PARKING Wednesday, July 25 through Monday, July 30 1400 West 2nd Ave. • Indianola, IA 50125 North 41º 21.397 • West 093º 34.761 Printed & Design Work Sponsored by:

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Thank You to our Fairbook Sponsors All American Exteriors Apple Tree Inn Bishop Insurance Agency Carousel Theatre of Indianola, Inc. Casey’s General Stores Casual Rags Country View Land & Home Care - Steve Hansen Criswell Family Dentistry Dental Professionals, PLC Downing Construction Inc. EDJE Technologies Edward Jones - Grant McGraw Gavin Insurance Agency

Gib’s A & W All American Food Good Samaritan Society - Indianola Indianola Elks Lodge 2814 Indianola Veterinary Clinic, LLC Inspirations Hair & Body Salon Iowa Realty - Barb McMurry Jack Anderson Auto Body Kindness Pet Clinic McCoy True Value Hardware & Just Ask Rental Miller Electric Peoples Bank Pierce Bros. Repair Pioneer Seed - Blake Reynolds

Reynolds Feed Service Shady Oaks Golf Course Southtown Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Sports Page Grill & Brickhouse Tavern Steven E. West D.D.S. The Record Herald & Indianola Tribune Van Ryswyk Insurance Vintage Hills Retirement Community Warren County Izaak Walton League Weinman Insurance

Premium List and Rules

156th Warren County Free Fair Indianola, Iowa

Special Note to Exhibitors The premium list as published will be our guide, so read all the rules and be certain you understand them when entries are made. The Executive Committee reserves the right to correct or interpret any part of the rules or premium list. Before making your entries, notice carefully the rules and regulations governing the department in which each entry belongs, then be sure to fill out the entry form (one form may be used for all divisions), giving the correct division and class number. If possible, make your entries before the last day; this will save confusion and waiting at that time. Notice carefully the time of closing entries. Be sure to have your livestock entries in place according to the Fair and Judging schedule. Fees for changing entry after entries close will be double the entry fee. If you make an entry and decide not to show it, advise the Secretary and your entry will be taken from the Judges’ books. There is no charge for this. The Fair Management has arranged to give the patrons of the Warren County Fair the best from an educational and entertainment standpoint, with more livestock and agricultural exhibits of all kinds. The Fair Management believes that Warren County is entitled to the best. In turn, they have confidence that you will support their efforts by your attendance and cooperation, for which they thank you sincerely. —Jo Ellen Reynolds, Secretary (Please refer to the Index on the last page of this book.)


Schedule for Taking Entries

General Rules and Regulations

The time for making entries in all departments will be Saturday, June 23 and again Monday, June 25 through Friday, June 29. All entries will be made at the Warren County Extension Office, 909 East 2nd Avenue, Indianola. All stall rent, pen rent, or other fees are due at time of making entry. Late entries will be accepted, provided there is room, until the Judges’ books have been posted, and a $25 late fee per person will be assessed, until July 6th @ 5:30 p.m. Late entries must be made with Fair Secretary by 5:30 p.m. In order to distribute the load in taking entries, the Secretary asks cooperation in coming to the Extension Office from 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. in the following alphabetical order:

1. Rules of the Fair must be observed by all exhibitors. The Executive Committee reserves the right to withhold part or all premiums from exhibitors who fail to observe the rules that are in force when entries are made. 2. Competition in all departments, unless otherwise designated, is limited to residents of Warren County or members of 4-H or FFA clubs in Warren County. 3. Exhibitor cards will be furnished by the Secretary. Exhibitor should write the division and class number and name of the article on the card and attach it to some conspicuous part of the article. It must not be removed until the close of the Fair. 4. Exhibitors may only bring exhibits that have been entered with the Fair Secretary. All entries must be in place according to the Fair and Judging Schedule printed in the front of this book. 5. Fees for changing an entry after entries close will be double the original entry fee. Fees must be paid and in good standing prior to the first day of the fair. 6. The Association will take every possible precaution for the safe keeping of the articles or animals on exhibition after their arrival and arrangement, but will not be responsible for any loss or damage that may occur. 7. All articles or animals competing for premiums must be entered in the name of the bona fide owner, unless otherwise specified. The Superintendents may require satisfactory proof of ownership. Exhibitors of purebred animals must file certificate, if required by the Secretary or Superintendents to show eligibility for record of registry. 8. Articles which are the product of the soil must be entered in the name of the producer. Articles which are the result of mechanical or artistic skill may be entered in the name of the contriver. Household articles and fancy goods offered for premium must have been manufactured and owned by the exhibitor. Judges are authorized to eliminate from competition any articles which do not comply with the rules. 9. Where there is but one entry in a class, first premium will be paid only if reported worthy by the Judge. In the event of only one exhibitor in an Open Class, and showing more than one animal, only one premium will be paid. 10. Any exhibitor, who shall in any way interfere with the awarding Judge or Committee during the examination of goods or animals, shall forfeit any premiums that may be awarded. 11. Entries in the championship classes will be automatic. (No entry with the Secretary is required.) Only first place winners are eligible for championship competition. If reserve is awarded, first and second place winners are eligible. 12. No premiums or other obligations will be settled until the close of the books on September 30th. No checks will be issued for any amount $2.00 and less. 13. Consumption of alcoholic beverages will be prohibited on all fairground property. 14. The Association reserves the right to limit electrical consumption by participants. 15. All livestock exhibitors (except horse exhibitors) are to wear a collared, sleeved, tucked in shirt or an official 4-H/FFA t-shirt tucked in, into the show ring.

Saturday, June 23: (8-12 noon only) Those who can’t come during the week. Monday, June 25: (until 8:30 p.m.-for all last names) Persons whose last names begin with A, B, C, D & E Tuesday, June 26: F, G, H, I, J, K & L Wednesday, June 27: M, N, O, P, Q & R Thursday, June 28: S, T, U, V & W Friday, June 29: X, Y & Z This schedule does not mean entries will not be taken on other days during entry time.

Entry Fees Animal entry fees are listed below. For non-livestock divisions, see specific fees in department rules. Entry fee per animal: Beef Cattle-$25 (includes bedding, stall, vet) Dairy Cattle-$25 (includes bedding, stall, vet) Dairy, Meat & Breeding Goats-$2.50 Sheep-$2.50 Poultry-$1.50 per bird Bucket Calf-$12.75 (includes bedding, stall, vet) Rabbit-$1.00 Swine-$1.00 per head Dog-$1.00 per dog per class Horse/Pony-$2.00 per head, $1.00 each extra class Advanced Cattle Feeders-$60.00 per pen A 25¢ per head fee for Veterinarian Services is due at time of entry for all animals not requiring an official health certificate. See health requirements. Open Class Culinary Textile Creative Arts Fine Art/Photo Genealogy Flower Jr. Flower Ag & Jr. Veg.

$1.00 per entry - specify class $1.00 per entry - specify class $1.00 per entry - specify class $1.00 per entry - specify class $1.00 per entry - specify class $3.00 for 3 entries or $4.00 for more $3.00 for 3 entries or $4.00 for more no entry fee

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County Fair Campground Rules

16. Exhibitors must show their own animal in showmanship. 17.

1. Camping sign-up will be during fair entry week. 2. No campers will be allowed to park in their assigned spot before 12:00 noon. Sunday, July 22. Any campers that arrive prior to 12:00 noon will remain outside the camping area until that time. Campers will be parked between 12 and 3 unless arrangements made after 3:00 p.m. 3. Camping fee is $150 per camper. All tents (including any tents accompanying a camper) will be charged $75. 4. Anyone asked to remove their tent or camper will do so with no refund. 5. Campground Curfew is midnight. Lights must be out and campground must be quiet. 6. Adult Supervision is required for each camper/tent. 7. Consumption of alcoholic beverages is prohibited on all fairground property. 8. Any vehicle without a tag or wrong color tag may be towed at the owners’ expense.

NEW 2009 “COOL” Affidavitt and Medical form must be signed by the exhibitor/seller and parent/legal guardian before any market beef, market sheep, market hog and/or market goat animal crosses the scales of their respective division at the Warren County Fair. Pen of three marketable poultry must have form signed at entry time. Forms may be signed and turned in to the Fair Secretary at entry time or any time before the market animal crosses the scales. No forms signed - NO SHOW - NO SALE. All market animals (slaughter) animals must be “COOL” compliant. Resolution 012709

18. Dogs are not allowed on or off leash on the fairgrounds in any livestock areas or show areas.

Livestock Auction

Exception: Service dogs and 4-H/FFA dogs on leash for Monday show

As of November 2001, it has become necessary to make a change to our policies and procedures for the livestock auction. These changes have come about due to a complaint from one person that was made to the Federal Stockyards and Packers Commission regarding the timeliness of checks being available to exhibitors. Because of this complaint, we must speed up the collection and payment process. Checks must be issued to market livestock exhibitors whether money has been collected from the buyers or not. In order to comply with federal requirements we must make checks available one week following the sale. The checks will be made available to exhibitors on Monday, August 6. (We will be billing quicker, thus we will make a note on the invoices to buyers that we are complying with federal regulations and that we would appreciate prompt payment.) The lag time between collection and payment will necessitate the fair establishing a line of credit to cover exhibitor’s checks. THE FAIR WILL BE COLLECTING A 1.5% COMMISSION ON ALL MARKET ANIMALS GOING THROUGH THE AUCTION. The 1.5% commission covers: * Administrative expenses (computer program, overtime costs,etc.) * Interest expenses (for line of credit) * Indemnity fund expenses (covers uncollected market auction debts.) * Buyer’s breakfast * Newspaper ad (prior to complaint, these expenses were deducted from check.)

19. Warren County Produced Eligibility Statement: (copies available from fair secretary) Animals must be born, produced and raised in Warren County. Producer must be a resident of Warren County. Animal must be purchased directly from Warren County producers. 20. Retag Procedure: A market beef superintendant must be present at the time of a retag to witness, reinstall tag, and obtain signatures on a triplicate form with one copy going to the Extension office, Fair office and Exhibitor.

The beef, swine and sheep check-off will be collected as usual. The fair regrets this decision, but the federal requirement has taken this situation out of our control. This commission collection will include cattle, swine, sheep, goats and poultry.

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IAFE (International Association of Fairs and Expositions) National Code of Show Ring Ethics*

If the laboratory report on the analysis of saliva, urine, blood, or other sample taken from livestock indicates the presence of forbidden drugs or medication, this shall be prima facie evidence such substance has been administered to the animal either internally or externally. It is presumed that the sample of urine, saliva, blood, or other substance tested by the laboratory to which it is sent is the one taken from the animal in question, its integrity is preserved and all procedures of said collection and preservation, transfer to the laboratory and analysis of the sample are correct and accurate and the report received form the laboratory pertains to the sample taken from the animal in question and correctly reflects the condition of the animal at the time the sample wastaken, with the burden on the owner, exhibitor, fitter, trainer, or absolutely responsible person to prove otherwise. At any time after an animal arrives on the fair or livestock show premises, all treatments involving the use of drugs and/ or medications for the sole purpose of protecting the health of the animal shall be administered by a licensed veterinarian. 5. Any surgical procedure or injection of any foreign substance or drug or the external application of any substance (irritant, counterirritant, or similar substance) which could affect the animal’s performance or alter its natural contour, confirmation, or appearance, except external applications of substances to the hoofs or horns of animals which affect appearance only and except for surgical procedures performed by a duly licensed veterinarian for the sole purpose of protecting the health of the animal, is prohibited. 6. The use of showing and/or handling practices or devices such as striking animals to cause swelling, using electrical contrivance, or other similar practices are not acceptable and are prohibited. 7. Direct criticism or interference with the judge, fair or livestock show management, other exhibitors, breed representatives, or show officials before, during, or after the competitive event is prohibited. In the furtherance of their official duty, all judges, fair and livestock show management, or other show officials shall be treated with courtesy, cooperation and respect and no personal shall direct abusive or threatening conduct toward them. 8. No owner, exhibitor, fitter, trainer, or absolutely responsible personal shall conspire with another person or persons to intentionally violate this code of ethics or knowingly contribute or cooperate with another person or persons either by affirmative action or inaction to violate this code of ethics. Violation of this rule shall subject such individual to disciplinary action. 9. The application of this code of ethics provides for absolute responsibility for an animal’s condition by an owner, exhibitor, fitter trainer, or participant whether or not he or she was actually instrumental in or had actual knowledge of the treatment of the animal in contravention of this code of ethics. 10. The act of entering an animal is the giving of consent by the owner, exhibitor, fitter, trainer, or absolutely responsible person to have disciplinary action taken by the fair or livestock show for violation of this Code of Show Ring Ethics and any other rules of competition of the fair or livestock show without recourse against the fair or livestock show. The act of

Exhibitors of animals at livestock show shall at all times deport themselves with honesty and good sportsmanship. Their conduct in this competitive environment shall always reflect the highest standards of honor and dignity to promote the advancement of agricultural education. This code applies to junior as well as open class exhibitors who compete in structured classes of competition. This code applies to all livestock offered in any event at a livestock show. In addition to the “IAFE National Code of Show Ring Ethics”, fairs and livestock shows may have rules and regulations which they impose on the local, county, state, provincial and national levels. All youth leaders working with junior exhibitors are under an affirmative responsibility to do more than avoid improper conduct or questionable acts. Their moral values must be so certain and positive that those younger and more pliable will be influenced by their fine example. Owners, exhibitors, fitters, trainers and absolutely responsible persons who violate the code of ethics will forfeit premiums, awards and auction proceeds and shall be prohibited from future exhibition in accordance with the rules adopted by the respective fairs and livestock shows. Exhibitors who violate this code of ethics demean the integrity of all livestock exhibitors and should be prohibited from competition at all livestock shows in the United States and Canada. The following is a list of guidelines for all exhibitors and all livestock in competitive events: 1. All exhibitors must present, upon request of fair and livestock show officials, proof of ownership, length of ownership and age of all animals entered. Misrepresentation of ownership, age, or any facts relating thereto is prohibited. 2. Owners, exhibitors, fitters, trainers, or absolutely responsible persons shall provide animal health certificates from licensed veterinarians upon request by fair or livestock show officials. 3. Junior exhibitors are expected to care for and groom their animals while at fairs or livestock shows. 4. Animals shall be presented to show events where they will enter the food chain free of violative drug residues. The act of entering an animal in a livestock show is the giving of consent by the owner, exhibitor, fitter, trainer and/or absolutely responsible person for show management to obtain any specimens of urine, saliva, blood, or other substances from the animal to be used in testing. Animals not entered in an event which culminated with the animal entering the food chain shall not be administered drugs other than in accordance with applicable federal, state and provincial statutes, regulations and rules. Livestock shall not be exhibited if the drugs administered in accordance with federal, state and provincial statues, regulations and rules affect the animal’s performance or appearance at the event.

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IOWA YOUTH CODE OF ETHICS

entering an animal is the giving of consent that any proceedings or disciplinary action taken by the fair or livestock show may be published with the name of the violator or violators in many publication of the International Association of Fairs and Expositions, including Fairs and Expositions and any special notices to members. 11. The act of entering of an animal in a fair or livestock show is the giving of verification by the owner, exhibitor, fitter, trainer, or absolutely responsible person that he or she has read the IAFE National Code of Show Ring Ethics and understands the consequences of and penalties provided for actions prohibited by the code. It is further a consent that any action which contravenes these rules and is also in violation of federal, state, or provincial statues, regulations, or rules may be released to appropriate law enforcement authorities with jurisdiction over such infractions.

Youth are expected to be sincere, honest and act in sportsmanlike ways at all times. Youth represent the entire program and their behavior reflects on their parents, leaders, club and the entire youth program. All adults involved with the youth program, leaders as well as parents, are expected to set positive examples and serve as positive role models by what they say and do. Any youth who breaks the code of ethics or allows another person (adult or peer) to talk them into violating the code of ethics agrees to forfeit all prizes, awards and premiums. The youth may also be prohibited from exhibiting at this and future exhibitions including the Iowa State Fair and other county, state or regional exhibitions. Youth agree to follow these guidelines: 1. I will do my own work, appropriate for my age and physical and mental development. This includes research and writing of exhibit explanations, preparing exhibits (such as sewing, cooking, refinishing, etc.), care and grooming of animals, etc. Adult assistance should help guide and support me, not do it for me. 2. All exhibits will be a true representation of my work. Any attempt to take credit for other’s work, alter the conformation of animals, or alter their performance is prohibited. Copyright violation or allowing others to complete your exhibit is considered misrepresentation and is prohibited. 3. I will treat all people and animals with respect. I will provide appropriate care for animals. 4. I will present exhibits that are safe for consumption. All food exhibits will be safe to exhibit and for judges to evaluate. Other exhibits will be safe for judges to evaluate and for exhibition. 5. All food animals that may be harvested immediately following the show shall be safe for consumers, and shall have met all withdrawal times for all medications, and be free of violative drug residue. 6. If any animal requires medical treatment while at the fair or exhibition, only a licensed veterinarian may administer the treatment. All medications that are administered shall be done according to the label instructions of the medication used. 7. My animal’s appearance or performance shall not be altered by any means, including medications, external applications and surgical procedures. Any animal that is found to have changed its appearance or its performance shall be disqualified from the show, and have penalties assessed against the exhibitor, parent and/or guardian by the management of the fair or exhibition. 8. I will follow all ownership and possession rules and, if requested, will provide the necessary documentation. 9. I will follow all livestock health requirements for this fair or exhibition, according to the state health requirements as printed in the premium book of the fair or exhibition. I will provide animal health certificates from a licensed veterinarian upon request from the management of the fair or exhibition.

*This Code of Ethics was adopted at the Association of Iowa Fairs, Inc. convention in December 2002, and revised in December of 2003. We, as members of the association, are printing it in our Fairbook as a Guideline for conduct. All rules and decisions, whether General and/or Specific, of the Warren County Fair take precedence.

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2012 Requirements for Exhibition of Livestock, Poultry, Birds, Dogs, and Cats at Local 4-H or FFA Exhibitions

10. By my entering an animal in this fair or exhibition, I am giving consent to the management of the fair or exhibition to obtain any specimens of urine, salvia, blood, or other substances from the animal to be used in testing. If the laboratory report on the analysis of any sample indicates a presence of forbidden drugs, this shall be evidence such substance has been administered to the animal either internally or externally. It is presumed that the sample tested by the laboratory to which it is sent is the one taken from the animal in question, its integrity is preserved and all procedures of said collection and preservation, transfer to the laboratory and analysis of the sample are correct and accurate and the report received from the laboratory pertains to the sample taken from the animal in question and correctly reflects the condition of the animal at the time the sample was taken, with the burden on the exhibitor, parent and/or guardian to prove otherwise. 11. I am responsible for my exhibit and I will not allow others to violate this code on my behalf. By my entering an exhibit in this fair or exhibition I will accept any disciplinary action taken by the management of this fair or exhibition for any violation of this code of ethics and any other rules of competition of the fair or exhibition without recourse against the fair or exhibition. 12. I want my exhibit to be an example of how to accept what life has to offer both, good and not so good, and how to live with and learn from the outcome. 13. I will not be involved in any illegal activities while participating in 4-H and FFA events, including but not limited to alcohol, tobacco or drug use. I agree to conduct myself in an honest, ethical, and upstanding manner and I understand that disciplinary actions will result if these rules are violated. I understand that I am expected to represent the program in a positive manner. I have read, understand and agree to follow this code of ethics, and any other rules of competition of the fair or exhibition as printed in its premium book.

Exhibitor’s Signature (Required)

1. Any evidence of warts, ringworm, foot rot, pink eye, draining abscesses or any other contagious or infectious condition will eliminate the animal from the show. 2. No individual Certificate of Veterinary Inspection will be required on animals or poultry exhibited at the County 4-H/FFA fair, but the animals must be inspected when unloaded or shortly thereafter by an accredited veterinarian. Each show MUST have an official veterinarian. 3. Quarantined animals or animals from quarantined herds cannot be exhibited. 4. Swine exhibitors sign and present an owner affidavit that the animals being exhibited did not originate from a quarantined herd, and to the best of his/her knowledge, swine dysentery has not been in evidence in his/her herd for the past 12 months. A. No testing is required for swine at an exhibition that involves only market classes, provided all swine are consigned directly to a slaughter establishment from the exhibition. The site that the swine originate from must have a current monitored status in order for the swine to be transported to the fairgrounds (statistical testing completed within the last six months). 5. All sexually intact sheep must have an individual Scrapie Flock of Origin identification tag. All sexually intact goats must be identified with an individual Scrapie Flock of Origin identification tag or by an official registered tattoo. 6. All dogs and cats exhibited must have a current rabies vaccination certificate, and dogs must have current distemper immunization and parvo vaccination. 7. All poultry exhibited must come from U. S. PullorumTyphoid clean or equivalent flocks, or have had a negative Pullorum-Typhoid test within 90 days of public exhibition and the test must have been performed by an authorized tester. Must have documentation on grounds at all times. The decision of the Official Show Veterinarian will be final. John Schiltz, D.V.M., State Veterinarian Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship

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Affidavit will be turned in to the Extension staff during fair sign-up.

Exhibitor’s Name (Print) Parent/Guardian’s Signature (Required)

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Parent/Guardian’s Signature (Required)

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Superintendents

Warren County Fair Officers

President ........................................................................ Ken Core Vice President .................................................. Larry McConnell Secretary ..........................................................Jo Ellen Reynolds Treasurer ...................................................................John Keeney

(Chairman in each division is the first person listed.)

Market Beef: Bill Leih, Don Hunerdosse, Gary Thompson, Barry Tlach, Bruce Brockway, Wes Rodgers Breeding Beef: Dave Bowlin, David Leih, Gene Bedwell, Dan Dittmer, Marvin Spear, Lacey Lester Feeder Calf: Dave Bowlin, David Leih, Gene Bedwell, Dan Dittmer, Marvin Spear, Lacey Lester Dairy Cattle: John Keeney, Ken Core, Dan Dykstra, Jeff Byers, Jim Schimelfenig Swine: Verle McGraw, Gary Dittmer, Mark Goodhue, John Butler, Allison Henry Sheep: Larry Snuggs, Delane Palmer, Mike Goodhue, Randy Eubank, Genie Snuggs Goats: Jeremy and Marta Snow Bucket Calf: John Keeney, Ken Core Horses: Stephanie Santi, Malinda Palmer, Sarah McPherson, Lindsay Black, Sarlynn Heston, Carol Timpke Advanced Cattle Feeders: John Keeney, Kevin Putney, Duane Ohnemus, Jim Nicholls Proficiency Award Committee: Warren County Cattlemen Dogs: Al Nichols, Karen Dutcher Rabbits: Penny Braun, Melissa Hall Poultry: Al Nichols, David James 4-H Livestock Auction: Tom Brommel, Dave Bowlin, John Dittmer, Jim Nicholls, John Keeney, Kevin Smith 4-H & FFA Division: County 4-H Youth Committee & FFA Advisors Agricultural: Galyn Bedwell, Kirk Bedwell Culinary: Deb Miller, Heather Hulen Textile: Nancy DeLay and Annette Hansen Genealogy: Virginia Wheeldon, Brenda Morgan Fine Art: Amy Tlach, Mekenze Cortum Creative Art: Janet Sinclair Flowers: Judy Denniston, Elodie Morrison Amphitheater & Tickets: Edith Heemstra, Veda Johnson, Rick Pitt Concessions (Machinery): Chuck Cleveland, Allen Read, Bob Byers, Eric Vinton, John Perry Police and Parking: Sheriff Tractor/Pick-up/Hot Rod Pull: Chuck Cleveland, Toby Vanderpool, Rodney Cambron, Norville Huston, Matt Strange Friends of 4-H Stage: Brenda Core, Cindy Gillenwater, Ronda Lyon, Cheri Lyon, Janet Sinclair Fair Queen Contest: Sheila Miller, Amber Martin

Directors Allen Township ............................................Bob Bosch,Carlisle Belmont Township................................ Chuck Cleveland, Milo East Lincoln Township ................Hugh Livingston, Indianola Greenfield Township ....................Jim Schimelfenig, Indianola Jackson Township ............................. Doyle Jacobs, St. Charles Jefferson Township .............................................Rick Pitt, Prole Liberty Township ............................ Bob Byers, Liberty Center Linn Township......................................Dave Hansen, Norwalk Otter Township ...................................Marvin Spear, Indianola Palmyra Township ....................................John Keeney, Carlisle Richland Township .................................. Don Onstot, Carlisle Squaw Township .................................. Jeremy Snow, Indianola Union Township........................... Verle McGraw, Pleasantville Virginia Township ...........................Mike Erwin, New Virginia West Lincoln Township................ Martin Reynolds, Indianola Whitebreast Township.............................Dan Dittmer, Lacona White Oak Township .........................Merrill Butler, Indianola Indianola Directors-at-Large ............................Gib McConnell Chamber of Commerce ................................. Larry McConnell

2012 Warren County Fair Queen Pageant Rules and Regulations 1. Each contestant must be at least 16 years of age and not more than 21 years of age on August 9th, the first day of the 2012 Iowa State Fair. 2. Contestants must never have been married or have children. 3. A county fair queen must reside in the county she represents or an adjoining county if the majority of her activities are in the county she represents. If a fair represents more than one county, the winning contestant must reside in one of the participating counties. 4. Each contestant must be an active member of at least one service organization. 5. No professional models. 6. County fairs are requested to select their candidates by competition in which personality, leadership, and beauty are judged.

Official Warren County Fair Veterinarians: Indianola Vet Clinic — Dr. Brennan, Dr. Freese, Dr. Till, Dr. Platts

Contacts for Application: Sheila Miller—534-3002 or 962-5800 Amber Martin—229-5567

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Fair and Judging Schedule

Thursday, July 26

6:30 a.m. — Weighing of 4-H & FFA Advanced Cattle Feeders 6:30-until complete — Weighing of 4-H & FFA Market Cattle Breeding beef check-in following steer weigh-in 8:00 a.m. — Horses MUST be on grounds and exhibitors checked in 8:00 a.m. — 4-H & FFA Open Breeding Sheep judging, followed by Market Sheep Show 8:30 a.m. — 4-H & FFA Dairy Show and Open Dairy Show 9:00 a.m. — 4-H & FFA Horse & Pony judging 9:00 a.m. — 4-H & FFA Youth Building opens 10:00 p.m. — Chainsaw Artist 11:00-9:00 p.m. — Commercial booth exhibits open 12:00 noon — Chainsaw Artist 12:00-7:30 p.m. — Open Class Junior Agriculture: Vegetable entries (Division 82) due Open Class Agriculture entries due 1:00 p.m. —4-H Bucket Calf Show - Followed by Open Bucket Class (show ring) 2:00 p.m. — Open Dairy Goat judging followed by 4-H Dairy Goat, 4-H Meat Goat, and 4-H Breeding Meat Doe Goat judging 2:00 p.m. — Chainsaw Artist 4:00 p.m. — Chainsaw Artist 5:00 p.m. — Show Ring Etiquette (Showring) 6:00 p.m. — Chainsaw Artist 7:00-8:30 p.m. — Weigh-in for Open Arm Wrestling Tournament (Showring) 8:00 p.m. — Open Class Agriculture judging Open Class Junior Agriculture: Vegetable judging (Division 82) 8:30 p.m. — Open Arm Wrestling Tournament

Saturday, July 21 8:00 a.m. — 4-H & FFA Exhibit Building Judging 9:00 a.m. — 4-H & FFA/Bucket Calf Interviews in the Show Ring 1:00 p.m. — Everyone must be in line to be judged 1:30 p.m. — 4-H & FFA Building to be locked for selection of State Fair exhibits. Building will reopen Wednesday at 9:00 a.m.

Sunday, July 22

12:00 noon — Check-in and parking of campers begins 2:00 p.m. — 4-H & FFA Advanced Cattle Feeder member interviews

Monday, July 23 2:00 p.m. — 4-H Presentations and Extemporaneous Speaking Judging (held at St. Thomas Aquinas Pastoral Center, Highway 92 West)

Tuesday, July 24 8:00 a.m. — Warren County Tractor Ride 2:00 p.m. — 4-H Fashion Revue, Clothing Selection, and $15 Challenge Judging (held at St. Thomas Aquinas Pastoral Center, Highway 92 West)

Wednesday, July 25

7:00-7:30 a.m. — Check in and Weigh in for ALL 4-H/ FFA and Open Goat Divisions. ALL goats must be inspected before leaving the trailer at the scales. Do not stall before inspection. 7:30-8:30 a.m. — Check in and Weigh in for 4-H/FFA Market Lambs, 4-H/FFA and Open Breeding Sheep. ALL Sheep must be inspected before leaving the trailer. Do not stall any sheep before inspection at the scales. 8:00-12:00 noon — All Adult Flower and Jr. Horticulture Flower entries due ... Birdhouse entries due 8:00-12:00 noon — 4-H & FFA Poultry in place 8:00-12:00 noon — Flower entries received 9:00 a.m. — 4-H & FFA Youth Building opens 9:00-11:30 a.m. — Genealogy entries accepted 9:30-11:00 a.m. — Textile entries due 10:00-11:00 a.m. — Fine Art entries due Creative Art entries due 11:30-12:30 a.m. — Culinary entries check-in 12:00 noon — Textile judging 12:00 noon —Genealogy judging 12:20 p.m. — Open Class Flower judging beginning with Div. 78 1:00 p.m. — Fine Art & Creative Art judging Culinary judging 1:00 p.m. — 4-H Dog Show (Show Ring) 2:00 - 9:00 p.m. — Rabbits and exhibitors check in with superintendent in the barn 4:00 p.m. — Chainsaw Artist 6:00 p.m. — Chainsaw Artist 7:30 p.m. — Agricultural and Junior Horticultural entries due 8:00 p.m. — Agricultural and Junior Horticultural Judging 9:00 p.m. — All 4-H Market Beef and Advanced Cattle Feeders to be checked in 9:00 p.m. — ALL livestock to be in place by 9:00 p.m. (exception: 4-H poultry in place by noon Wednesday; open poultry in place by 9 p.m. Friday; horses in place and exhibitors checked in by 8 a.m. Thursday)

Friday, July 27

8:00 a.m. — 4-H, FFA & Open Class Breeding Beef Cattle judging 8:00-9:00 a.m. — Weighing of 4-H & FFA Market Pigs 9:00 a.m. — Check-In calves for Feeder Calf Show 9:00 a.m. — 4-H & FFA Youth Building opens 10:00 p.m. — Chainsaw Artist 11:00 a.m. — 4-H, FFA & Poultry judging 12:00 noon — Chainsaw Artist 1:00 p.m. — Feeder Calf judging (one hour after Breeding Beef) 1:00 p.m. — Open (Warren County) feeder calf show

1:00 p.m. — Horse Show -Speed Event Classes, Horse Arena 2:00 p.m. — Chainsaw Artist 2:00 p.m. — Educational Presentations at the Friends of 4-H Stage 4:00 p.m. — 4-H Poultry must be out 4:00 p.m. — Chainsaw Artist 4:00 p.m. — Working Exhibits Judging Event at the Friends of 4-H Stage 5:30 p.m. — 4-H & FFA Rabbit judging 6:00 p.m. — 4-H Share-the-Fun Judging Event at the Friends of 4-H Stage 7:00 p.m. — (IAMO) Truck & Tractor Pull (IAMO) 9:00 p.m. — Open poultry in place

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Saturday, July 28

Daily Nick’s Kid Shows Three shows daily: two afternoon kids shows, one evening kids show. 4-H Activities- Mud Volleyball Sunday

8:00 a.m. — 4-H & FFA Market Beef judging 9:00 a.m. — 4-H & FFA Youth Building opens 10:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m. — Commercial booth exhibits open 11:00 a.m. — Open Poultry Judging 11:00 p.m. — Chainsaw Artist 1:00 p.m. — Horse Show-Fun Show, Horse Arena 1:00 p.m. — 4-H and Clover Kids Pet Show at the Friends of 4-H Stage 2:00 p.m. — 4-H Fashion Show at the Friends of 4-H Stage 5:00 p.m. — Iowa State Fair Photo Shoot for those taking their projects to the Iowa State Fair 5:00 p.m. — Truck Pull and Garden Tractor Pull 5:30 p.m. — Redneck Games (Show Ring) 8:00 p.m. — Chainsaw Artist

Rules for Livestock 1. See the General Rules and Regulations and the State Livestock Health Rules and Regulations on previous pages. 2. Animals to compose competitive groups need not be named in application for entry, but exhibitor must indicate the group classes in which he/she wishes to make entries. 3. Exhibitors must keep their stalls open and stock uncovered from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. during each day of exhibition. Exception: Exhibitors will be allowed to use blankets on sheep and horses up until show day. After completion of the show, blankets will no longer be used to cover any of the animals. All exhibitors are asked to present their stalls in an attractive manner. There will be no blocking chutes allowed in the aisles or doorways. On show day, blocking chutes will be allowed in the aisles; however, safety and courtesy to others shall be maintained. 4. Stalls will be assigned by Superintendents. All animals entered must remain until 10 p.m., Sunday. Each exhibitor is expected to furnish his/her own feed. Rabbit exhibitors may use straw. All other exhibitors are to use wood products. 5. Exhibitors are expected to obey the Marshall promptly in producing their stock in show rings when requested to do so. No refractory person will be allowed to compete for premiums. 6. If a question should arise regarding a market steer breed designation, the following procedure will be followed: A signed written protest will be given to the Fair Secretary by noon on Friday. Every effort will be made to contact the owner by 2:00 P.M. and the owner will then have until 8:00 A.M. Saturday to verify. The executive committee and the beef superintendents will be the final authority. 7. Any changes in entry to 4-H or open in any species after entry closing will be charged double the original entry fee. Minimum charge $5.00. 8. Any family or exhibitor that removes an open class or 4-H exhibit (livestock or non-livestock) prior to Sunday night at 10 p.m. will NOT be allowed to exhibit the next year and will forfeit all premiums due.

Sunday, July 29

8:00 a.m. — 4-H & FFA Swine judging 9:00 a.m. — 4-H & FFA Youth Building opens 10:00 noon — Chainsaw Artist 10:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m. — Commercial booth exhibits open 12:00 noon — Bill Riley ISF Talent Show followed by Warren County Idol 12:00 noon — Chainsaw Artist 1:00 p.m. — 4-H Advanced Cattle Feeder judging Announcement of Winners of the Advanced Cattle Feeder’s Proficiency Contest 2:00 p.m. — Chainsaw Artist 4:00 p.m. — Iowa State Fair Photo Shoot for those taking their projects to the Iowa State Fair 4:00 p.m. — Kids Sanctioned Pedal Tractor Pull in front of Grandstand unless raining. (registration starts at 3:30 p.m.) Sponsored by Barker Implement Tractors on display from Warren Co. Tractor Ride. 4:00 p.m. — Chainsaw Artist 5:00-7:00 p.m. — Warren Co. Cattlemen’s Steak Fry 6:00 p.m. — Chainsaw Artist 6:30 p.m. — Auction of chain saw carvings and textile quilt auction 7:00 p.m. — 4-H Family Night (Show Ring) 9:00 p.m. — Release of Flowers; all Commercial building exhibits; Open Class Flowers; Agriculture, Culinary, Textile, Creative and Fine Arts, and Genealogy exhibits 9:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. — Release of 4-H & FFA exhibits in the 4-H & FFA Youth Exhibit Building

10:00 p.m. — Remove feed & water from all market beef to be sold 10:00-11:30 p.m. — Release of all non-sale livestock Release of Open Class Poultry

Monday, July 30

6:30-8:00 a.m. — Buyer’s Breakfast sponsored by the Bowlin Family 7:00 a.m. — Release of Non sale Livestock 7:30 a.m. — 4-H & FFA Auction Begin with Goat followed by Sheep followed by Market Swine followed by Advanced Cattle Feeders (Pen of 3) followed by Market Beef 8:30 a.m. — Restall Market Beef for Auction 9:00-10:00 a.m. — 4-H & FFA Exhibit Building open for exhibit pick up

9. Cattle will not be allowed in horse barns or stalls. Horses will not be allowed in cattle barns. 10. A tent has sides, a canopy or awning does not. No tents will be allowed on the grounds during the fair. 11. Warren County Produced Eligibility Statement: (copies available from fair secretary) Animals must be born, produced and raised in Warren County. Producer must be a resident of Warren County. Animal must be purchased directly from Warren County producers. 8


12. No intact males will show in 4-H/FFA shows.

Any situation arising, relative to 4-H Club and FFA exhibits not covered in the rules, or in case of a conflict or misunderstanding, the final authority for the interpretation rests with a board of two members of the executive committee, two members of the county Extension Youth Committee, one FFA advisor, one county Extension staff member, and the superintendent of the division in which the dispute developed.

13. Retag Procedure: A market beef superintendant must be present at the time of a retag to witness, reinstall tag, and obtain signatures on a triplicate form with one copy going to the Extension office, Fair office and Exhibitor. 14. During Pre Fair Picnic, Club Leaders pick up beef stall cards and place according to the map provided.

4-H and FFA Livestock Exhibiting Rules

Objectives of 4-H/FFA Livestock Shows

The General Rules and Livestock Rules, as printed in this premium list, will apply in all cases unless exceptions are printed under department headings. Competition in this department is limited to 4-H and FFA members properly enrolled in Warren County 4-H Clubs and FFA Chapters. In order to show at the Warren County Fair, the Fairboard requires that all FFA members and projects shall comply with the same regulations as 4-H members and projects. No animal project will be shown in Warren County 4-H/FFA division that has been or will be shown in another county fair in 4-H/FFA division the same year. All livestock exhibitors (except horse exhibitors) are to wear a collared, sleeved, tucked in shirt or an official 4-H/ FFA t-shirt tucked in, into the show ring. All animals (except Market Beef and Advanced Cattle Feeders) must have been identified on their specific 4-H Identification Report, which was on file at the County Extension Office by May 15. Market Beef must have been identified on the Market Beef Identification Form (4H106-bi) and on file in the County Extension Office by February 1. Removing or remedying physical defects by any artificial means in animals exhibited will be considered as fraud and deception. Any attempt to improve the showing quality of an animal by artificial means (other than castration or grooming) will not be allowed. All animals showing evidence of such treatment will be barred from exhibition. For clarification, check with project Superintendent or the Fair Secretary. All livestock must be shown by the member identifying the project except in case of sickness, injury, service in the Armed Forces, or when more than one animal is being exhibited at the same time. The substitute must be another eligible Warren County 4-H Club or FFA Chapter member. Any and all other exceptions must be approved by all respective division Superintendents. Any 4-H/FFA project removed from the County Fair without official permission of the Fair Executive Committee will automatically disqualify that 4-H/FFA member from entering the County 4-H/FFA competition the following year, and all 4-H/FFA premiums due that member in any 4-H/FFA division for the current year will be forfeited. In classes where no livestock merits first award, the Judges will award premiums from second place down. Showmanship contests are held during the various livestock shows under the supervision of the Superintendents. Ribbons and/or trophies will be awarded depending upon the livestock division.

1. To be consistent with the overall purposes of 4-H club and FFA work and the 4-H/FFA livestock program. 2. To acquaint the public with the 4-H/FFA Programs. 3. To provide individual members with appropriate recognition for their achievements. 4. To provide group experiences that will help participants develop appropriate attitudes, understandings and abilities in working with others. 5. To help young people develop an appreciation for the dignity of work and the satisfaction from a job well done. 6. To develop the ability to recognize and appreciate desirable livestock. 7. To develop an appreciation for proper preparation and presentation in selling an article or service, and to provide an opportunity to apply skills related thereto. 8. To provide an opportunity for 4-H club members and FFA chapter members to learn and understand marketing principles and procedures. 4-H and FFA Herdsmanship Exhibitors of livestock are expected to maintain their quarters as orderly as possible, and must keep that part of the building occupied by them neat and attractive in appearance at all times. Herdsmanship judging will be conducted Friday, Saturday and Sunday by a committee. Clubs will be given a numerical score, 0-100, each day as determined by the committee. The scores will be posted beside the 4-H Office on the Fairgrounds. Each club’s score will be tallied on Sunday afternoon, and appropriate ribbons will be given at 4-H Family Night. Scores will be based on: Cleanliness of alleys, stalls and pens, arrangement of exhibit, appearance of animals, attendant on duty, and decorations (first day only).

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Open Class Division— Breeding Beef Department

Open Classes

Superintendents: Dave Bowlin, David Leih, Gene Bedwell, Marvin Spear, Dan Dittmer, Lacey Lester

See the General Rules and Regulations and the State Livestock Health Rules and Regulations on previous pages. All Breeding Beef will be checked in on Thursday immediately following the weigh-in of the Market Beef. Tattoos and registration papers will be inspected. All animals shown must be registered in the books of their respective breeds, or the owner must produce evidence showing that the animal is eligible for registration. Charolais and Limousin must be purebred to be shown. Simmentals, Gelbviehs and Maine Anjous must be ¾ purebred or above to be shown. Red Angus must be 1A or 1B registered. No use of paint or coloring agents are allowed. Top three animals will be toweled at the completion of the class. Champion and Reserve of each division will be toweled. Any animal showing evidence of painting or coloring agent will be disqualified. If any animal is disqualified, the remaining animals move up one place. Breeds not listed in this catalog will not show in the Open Class unless two or more exhibitors apply to the Fair Board for the classes to be opened. In case of insufficient entries in any class, the Fair Management reserves the right to cancel said class. All beef breeding classes with more than 8 entries will be split according to the animal’s age. Cattle are not allowed in horse barn or stalls.

DIVISION 1 Black Angus DIVISION 2 Charolais DIVISION 3 Gelbvieh DIVISION 4 Hereford DIVISION 5 Limousin DIVISION 6 Shorthorn DIVISION 7 Simmental DIVISION 8 Maine Anjou DIVISION 9 Red Angus

Open Class Breeding Beef Department

Bull, born January 1 to December 31, 2010 Bull, 2008 11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

24

25

26

27

28

29

34

35

36

37

38

39

45

46

47

48

49

Bull, born January 1 to April 30, 2011 2009 Bull, 21

22

23

Bull, born May 1 to July 31, 2011 2009 Bull, 31

32

33

Bull, born on or after August 1, 2011 Bull, 2009 41

42

43

44

*Beef Cows, born before September 1, 2008 2010 * (may include cow/calf) (Will show for Champion cow.) 51

52

53

54

55

56

57

58

59

*Beef Cows, born Sept.1-Dec. 31, 2008 2010 * (may include cow/calf) (Will show for Champion cow.) 61

62

63

64

65

66

67

68

69

Heifer, born January 1 to February 28, 2009 2011 (Will show for Champion heifer.)

Premiums: 1st.............................................................. $10.00 2nd .............................................................. $7.00 3rd ............................................................... $5.00

71

72

73

74

75

76

77

78

79

85

86

87

88

89

95

96

97

98

99

Heifer, born March 1 to April 30, 2009 2011 (Will show for Champion heifer.) 81

Breed Champions ................................Rosettes Reserve Champions ............................Rosettes Junior Champions ...............................Ribbons Senior Champions ...............................Ribbons

82

83

84

Heifer, born May 1 to July 31, 2008 2011 (Will show for Champion heifer.) 91

92

93

94

Heifer, born August 1 to December 31, 2009 2011 (Will show for Champion heifer.) 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109

2010 Heifer Calf, born on or after January 1, 2012 (Will show for Champion heifer.) 111 112 113 114 115 116 117

118 119

Two Yearlings, 1 male & 1 female, 2009 born Jan. 1 to July 31, 2011

121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129

Two Calves, 1 male & 1 female, born on or after August 1, 2009 2011 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 Get-of-Sire, four animals, any age (must include both sexes) 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149

Bull and Female, any age, bred and owned by exhibitor 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159

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Feeder Calf Class

Open Class Dairy Cattle Department

Superintendents: Dave Bowlin, David Leih, Gene Bedwell, Marvin Spear, Dan Dittmer, Lacey Lester

Superintendents: John Keeney, Ken Core, Dan Dykstra, Jeff Byers, Jim Schimelfenig

Friday — One hour after 4-H, FFA & Open Class Breeding Beef judging. Entry Fee: $20 — Due at time of check-in, along with entry form. Male Class: All breeds shown together, divided by hip height Female Class: All breeds shown together, divided by hip height Trophies for Champion Male & Champion Female Sponsored by the Warren County Cattlemen Association 1. This class is open to steer and heifers only. 2. 80% payback of entry fees to class winner, Grand and Reserve Steer and Heifer 3. Limited to Warren County residents and Warren County Produced calves. 4. Calves must have been born in 2012. 5. 4-H and Open Bucket Calves are excluded from this class. 6. Feeder Calves can also be Open Class animals. 7. Be on the grounds by 9:00 a.m. Check-in: 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. 8. Release after the show is over. 9. Furnish own bedding. 10. Vet will inspect calves before the show. 11. No use of color.

Dates born: Jr. Heifer Calf, 12/1/2010 - 4/15/2012 Sr. Heifer Calf, 9/1 - 11/30/2011 Summer Yearling, 6/1 - 8/31/2011 Spring Yearling, 3/1 - 5/31/2011 Winter Yearling, 12/1/2008-2/29/2011 Fall Yearling, 9/1 - 11/30/2010 Cow, 2 yrs old, 9/1/2007-8/31/2010 Cow, 3 yrs old, 9/1/2006 - 8/31/2009 Cow, 4 yrs old & older, born before 9/1/2008

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DIVISION 15 Milking Shorthorn

DIVISION 14 Jersey

DIVISION 10 Ayrshire DIVISION 11 Brown Swiss DIVISION 12 Guernsey DIVISION 13 Holstein

Premiums: 1st - $10 * 2nd - $7 * 3rd - $5 Junior and Senior Champions............... Ribbons Grand Champions .................................. Ribbons Supreme Dairy Champion Female ..........Banner

CLASS NUMBERS 11 12 13 14 15

16

21 22 23 24 25

26

31 32 33 34 35

36

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46

51 52 53 54 55

56

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66

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76

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86

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96

Produce-of-Cow, two animals, either sex (not necessary to be owned by exhibitor) no age limit

101 102 103 104 105 106

Best-Three-Females, any age (bred by exhibitor)

111 112 113 114 115 116

Open Classes

See the General Rules and Regulations and the State Livestock Health Rules and Regulations in the front of the Premium List. Entries are open to registered and identified grade dairy animals. Exhibitors will be required to furnish to the superintendents registration or identified grade papers. Identified grade animals may be identified through the D.H.I.A. Verified Identified Program or the respective breed program for unregistered animals. Lactating cows are released following the show. Senior yearling heifers in milk will show in the two-year-old class. All calves must be born before April 15, 2012, to be eligible to show. All dairy animals must be shown in individual classes before they can be shown in a group. Best Three Females, any age - must be bred and owned by exhibitor; each exhibitor is limited to one entry.

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Open Class Dairy Goat Department

Open Class Sheep Department Superintendents: Larry Snuggs, Delane Palmer, Randy Eubank, Mike Goodhue, Genie Snuggs

1. Check in will be 7:00 -7:30 a.m. Wednesday. Dairy & Meat Goat will be checked in at the scales before leaving the trailer. Do not stall any Dairy & Meat Goat before they are inspected. Will be inspected by vet or vet appointed representative before leaving trailer. 2. All animals must be purebred or recorded grades of 75% purebred. Registration papers must be presented to Superintendents prior to the show. Duplicate registration applications stamped by the American Dairy Goat Association are acceptable in lieu of registration papers. Also, a completely filled out, signed certificate of transfer of registry-recordation will be accepted as proof of ownership. All animals must be recorded and tattooed in accordance with the rules of their respective national breed association. 3. All breeds will show together in their respective age classes. The base date for computing age of goats in all classes will be the date of the show. If more than 12 animals are entered in any one class, it will be divided into equal classes according to the age of the animals. 4. Individuals or firms may make as many entries as they wish, but will be limited to two money awards in one age class. 5. Premiums will be prorated according to entries made. Champion Goat............ Rosette Reserve Goat ................ Rosette

Check in will be 7:30 - 8:30 a.m. Wednesday. Market and Breeding sheep will be checked in at the scales before leaving the trailer. Do not stall any market or breeding sheep before they are inspected. Will be inspected by vet or vet appointed representative before leaving trailer. * See the General Rules and Regulations. All animals shown as purebred must be registered or owner must produce evidence showing animal eligible for registration. The date for computing ages of all entries in the sheep department shall be January 1. Lambs must have been dropped within the year they are shown. EXCEPTIONS: Fall Dorset Lambs shall have been dropped between September 1 and December 31, 2011. Individuals or firms may make as many entries as they wish, but will be limited to two awards in the individual classes and one award in each group class. One animal=one division only. An exhibitor cannot show the same animal in more than one division. An individual animal that shows in Division 135 Commercial Breeding Ewe is not eligible for Division 25 whether sire, dam. The graded flock will consist of one ram, any age; two ewe lambs, born after January 1 of current year, and two mature ewes, one year old or older. The pair of spring lambs shall consist of one ewe and one ram, born after January 1 of current year.

Class No. Division 16 11 Junior Does - under 8 months of age 12 Intermediate Does - 8 months and up to 24 months of age, never freshened 13 Senior Does - in milk, under 3 years of age 14 Senior Does - in milk, 3 and 4 years of age 15 Senior Does - in milk, 5 years of age and older 16 Senior Does - mother and daughter (mother must be in milk)

Premiums: 1st - $5.00 * 2nd - $3.00 * 3rd - $2.00 Champion Ram and Ewe (each breed) . . . . . Ribbon Division 19 Columbia Division 20 Corriedale Division 21 Hampshire Division 22 Cheviot Division 23 Dorset Division 24 Oxford Down Division 25 Whether, Sire, Dam Division 26 Suffolk

Open Classes

Superintendents: Jeremy and Marta Snow

CLASS NUMBERS Ewe Lamb (born after 1/1/2012) Ewe 1 year old & under 2 Ram Lamb (born after 1/1/2012) Ram 1 year old & under 2 Ewe 2 yrs. old & over Ram 2 yrs. old & over Pair of spring lambs 1 ewe & 1 ram, born after 1/1/2012 Pen of four lambs Graded flock Fall ewe lamb (9/1 - 12/31/2011) Fall ram lamb (9/1 - 12/31/2011)

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62

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Open Class Poultry Department

Open Class Division Poultry Department continued

Superintendents: Al Nichols, David James

A: Cocks

1. An entry fee of $1.50 per bird must accompany entries or they will not be accepted. FEE MUST ACCOMPANY ENTRY BLANK. A .25¢ per bird service charge to cover veterinarian inspection fees will be required of each exhibitor. 2. Exhibitor is responsible for properly entering their birds. Birds not entered in the correct class will be judged at the bottom of the class entered. Birds are not to be placed in pens until they have been approved by the Fair Veterinarian. Birds that do not originate from a Pullorum-Typhoid free hatchery or were not tested prior to the Fair, must be tested and a copy of papers filed with the superintendents. These birds must be kept away from other birds until after the test. 3. Birds should be in place on Friday by 9:00 p.m. Birds may be placed any time between Wednesday and Friday at 9 p.m. with the exception of Friday until after 4-H judging is complete. Open class judging will begin on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Birds will be released on Sunday at 10:00 p.m. 4. Bantam and Standard breeds will be judged by their adherence to the American Poultry Association Standard of Perfection. No crossbred birds may be entered in these classes.

B: Hens

C: Cockerel D: Pullet

Bantam: Division 27 1A

1B

1C

1D

2: Old English Game

2A

2B

2C

2D

3: Single Comb Clean Leg

3A

3B

3C

3D

4: Rose Comb Clean Leg

4A

4B

4C

4D

5: Feather Leg

5A

5B

5C

5D

6: All Other Comb Clean Leg

6A

6B

6C

6D

7: American

7A

7B

7C

7D

8: Asiatic

8A

8B

8C

8D

9: English

9A

9B

9C

9D

10: Mediterranean

10A

10B

10C

10D

11: Continental

11A

11B

11C

11D

6. In Exhibition Poultry, first prize will be awarded if merited in the opinion of the judge. Any prize may be withheld at the discretion of the judge.

12: Any Other Standard Breed

12A

12B

12C

12D

7. TERMS: Cock-male bird hatched before January 1 of the current year; Hen-female bird hatched before January 1 of the current year; Cockerel-male bird hatched on or after January 1 of the current year; Pulletfemale bird hatched on or after January 1 of current year. 8. A Superintendent will assign pens. Exhibitors are responsible for the care of their birds. Exhibitors must provide feed, feeders, waterers, and clean up pens. Premiums will not be paid if pens are not cleaned or birds are not checked out by release time. 9. Once the show has begun, exhibitors will handle birds only at the Judge’s request. Care will be used in handling all birds; but the management will not be responsible for loss through fire, theft, accident or any other medium. Policing will be in effect at all times. Premiums: 1st $4.00 2nd $3.00 3rd $2.00 10. Open class exhibitors are limited to three (3) birds per class per exhibitor.

Miscellaneous: Division 29 13: Duck

13A

13B

13C

13D

14: Geese

14A

14B

14C

14D

15: Turkey

15A

15B

15C

15D

16: AOV: any other variety (examples:pigeons, pheasants, quail, peacocks, guineas, etc.)

16A

16B

16C

16D

Standard: Division 28

5. Birds will be judged by the comparison method, using the American Standard of Perfection as a guide.

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Open Classes

1: Modern Game


Open Class Culinary Department

15. Entrants may ONLY enter in their appropriate age division. Entries will be disqualified if entered in the wrong age division. 16. Ribbons Sweepstakes Junior and Intermediate - Rosette Iowa Sweepstakes Adult - Rosette Premiums for All Divisions: 1st - $2.00 * 2nd - $1.50 * 3rd - $1.00 17. If you have questions, please call Deb Milller at 961-8505.

Open Classes

Superintendent: Deb Miller and Heather Hulen

1. $1.00 per entry, 1 entry per class, specify division and class. Entries MUST be made with the fair secretary prior to the fair. See “Schedule for Taking Entries” and “General Rules and Regulations” for further information. 2. Entries limited to Warren County residents and all entries must be the work of the exhibitor. 3. All products exhibited in jars, etc., must have been canned since January 1 of previous year. All products must be in standard quart or pint jars except jams and jellies which may be in smaller glasses. Products not meeting these qualifications will not be judged. Jellies and jams will be opened by the Judge if he/ she so desires. 4. Jam and jelly preservation methods should follow the latest guidelines from the Iowa State Extension Service available at the Warren County Extension Office. Please list method used. 5. All baked products are to be placed on paper plates or paper board (furnished by the exhibitor) with entry tags attached along with the recipe used. Please use the 6 inch or 9 inch paper plates. Anything coming in on larger size plates may be disqualified. In addition, exhibitor’s name should be put in an inconspicuous place on container. You can purchase these paper boards at Michael’s, Hobby Lobby, or Walmart. 6. Pies are the only bake product to be judged in container in which they were baked. Pies in classes 628-631 will be judged on the filling and pie crust. NO CREAM FILLING OR PECAN PIE. WE WILL NOT ACCEPT ANY ENTRIES THAT HAVE BEEN PUT ON ICE OR IN A COOLER. 7. Baked goods shall be covered with plastic wrap or in plastic bags. 8. No bread mixes, cake mixes, frosting mixes/premade frostings, and prepared pie fillings allowed, except where it has been specified to use these products. 9. Cake pan size according to recipe. Bread pan size - 9 3/4” x 5 3/4” x 2 3/4” or size that recipe recommends. 10. Any exhibit not worthy of placing will not be given a prize. A first place ribbon does not have to be given if the judge does not feel any entry is worthy of first place. 11. All entries should be in place not later than Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. Entries will ONLY be accepted from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Judging will be at 1:00 p.m. 12. Exhibitors will pick up baked goods as soon as all food items have been judged, not before judging is over. Only a portion of the baked items will be retained for exhibition. NOTE: Any baked item not picked up 7:00 p.m. Wednesday will be disposed of. Other exhibits must be picked up after 9:00 p.m. on Sunday. 13. Point system will be used to determine sweepstakes winners in Junior and Intermediate Divisions and Adult Classes. 14. All entries MUST be accompanied by the recipe on a 3”x 5” or 4” x 6” recipe card, including the recipe for the pie crusts. All Junior Division entries MUST have the child’s age in the UPPER RIGHT HAND CORNER of the recipe card.

Sweepstakes winner in both Junior and Intermediate Divisions will receive one wristband for Sam’s Amusements to be used during the 2012 Warren County Fair. (Please contact Deb Miller after the Sweepstakes Ribbons have been awarded on Thursday.) Sweepstakes winner for the Adult Division will receive a cookbook selected by the superintendents. (Please make contact with Deb Miller after Sweepstakes Ribbon has been awarded on Thursday.) Junior and Intermediate Divisions ALL recipes should include the child’s age in the upper right hand corner of the recipe card. This helps the judge when judging entries. NEW THIS YEAR - Division 35! (Adults & Youth) Division 30: Junior Division ages 6-10 prior to July 25, 2012: Class No. 600 Handprint cookies - 2 cookies - one left hand and one right hand. Cut around the child’s hand and bake cookies. Have them decorat the hand in any style they wish. (Ex. you may place candy on the hand to make rings, bracelets, polished nails, etc.) ALL items used to decorate the cookie MUST be edible. 601 Most creative Rice Crispy Treat - 4 bars/treats 602 Monster cookies - 4 cookies 603 Unbaked cookies/bars - 4 cookies/bars 604 Chocolate Chips cookies - 4 cookies 605 Special Treats for Santa - 4 cookies/treats 606 Snack Mix - small Styrofoam bowl 607 Decorated “Animal” Cupcakes - 4 cupcakes (can all be the same or all different). Cupcakes and frosting may be purchased. All cupcakes and items used to decorate MUST be edible. Taste NOT judged. Division 31: Intermediate Division ages 11-15 prior to July 25, 2012: 608 Cake Mix Fix-up cookies - 4 cookies 609 S’more cookies - 4 cookies 610 Fruit Muffins - 4 muffins 611 Peanut Butter cookies - 4 cookies 612 Cereal cookies (Baked or Unbaked) - 4 cookies 613 Drop Sugar cookies - 4 cookies 614 Sandwich cookies - 4 sandwich cookies (cookies with a filling between them) 615 Snickerdoodles - 4 cookies 616 Decorated cake - displayed on a board not larger than 10” x 14”. Be creative. All decorations MUST be edible. Cake mixes may be used and frosting may be

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purchased. The entire cake must be edible; however, taste will not be judged. Adult Divisions ages 16 and up prior to July 25, 2012: Division 32: Breads/Muffins 617 Pumpkin bread - one loaf 618 Fresh or Dried Fruit Bread - one loaf 619 Fruit Muffins - 4 muffins 620 White Bread - one loaf (Bread machines may be used if desired; please list it as such on the recipe card.) 621 Wheat Bread - one loaf (Bread machines may be used if desired; please list it as such on the recipe card.) 622 Cinnamon Rolls - Plain (frosted or unforsted) - 4 rolls Rolls must be baked all in the same pan and remain attched. 623 Cinnamon Rolls - Sticky (Caramel with or without nuts) - 4 rolls - Rolls must be baked all in the same pan and remain attached.

1st: $75 gift certificate to the Baker’s Catalogue/kingarthurflour.com 2nd: $50 gift certificate to the Baker’s Catalogue/kingarthurflour.com 3rd: Baker’s Companion Cookbook

Youth 1st: $50 gift certificate to the Baker’s Catalogue/kingarthurflour.com 2nd: $25 gift certificate to the Baker’s Catalogue/kingarthurflour.com 3rd: Cookie Companion Cookbook

Division 33: Cakes 624 Chocolate Cake - 2 layers frosted 625 Carrot Cake - 2 layers frosted 626 Gourmet Cupcakes - 4 homemade cupcakes, taste will be judged as well as frosting. 627 Any other cake

Open Class Textile Department

Superintendents: Nancy DeLay and Annette Hansen

1. Entry fee is $1.00 per item, except Quilt Block. Specify division and class. Registration fee for Quilt Block Contest is $4.00. 2. Exhibitors must be residents of Warren County, and may make only one entry per class. NOTE: Division 49 for Juniors—ages 15 and under. 3. All articles must be the work of the exhibitor, shown in a clean sanitary condition, and entered in the Warren County Fair competition for the first time. 4. Any exhibit not worthy of placing will not be given a prize, 5. Tagged entries will be checked in by department superintendents between 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. Wednesday only. Judging will begin at 12:00 noon. 6. The Management will use diligence to insure the safety of articles after their arrival and placement; but, in no case, will they be responsible for any loss or damage that may occur. 7. Exhibits must be picked up after 9:00 p.m. Sunday. 8. Any exhibitor entering and exhibiting copyrighted material may be asked to supply a release upon request. Premiums: (Div. 40, 45, 46, 48) 1st: $2.00 * 2nd: $1.50 * 3rd: $1.00 Premiums: (Div. 41, 42, 43, 47) 1st: $2.50 * 2nd: $2.00 * 3rd: $1.50 Premiums: (Div. 44)

Division 33: Pies 628 Cherry, two crust (8” or 9” pan) 629 Apple, two crust (8” or 9” pan) 630 Peach, two crust (8” or 9” pan) 631 Any other pie Division 34: Cookies/Bars/ Desserts 632 Lemon Bars - 4 bars 633 Two layer Bars - 4 bars 634 Any Other Bar - 4 bars 635 Spritz Cookies - 4 cookies 636 Peanut Blossoms - 4 cookies 637 Oatmeal Cookies - no raisins - 4 cookies 638 Chocolate Drop Cookies - 4 cookies 639 No-Bake Cookies - 4 cookies 640 Any Other Cookie - 4 cookies 641 Creation with Cake Mixes - 4 cookies/bars etc. Use a cake-mix and add ingredients to create a unique cookie/bar/dessert. 642 Decorated Cookies - 4 cookies All decoration MUST be edible. Division 34: Cookies/Bars/ Desserts 643 Decorated Cake - displayed on a board not larger than 10” x 14”. All decorations MUST be edible. Cake mixes may be used and frosting may be purchased. Taste NOT judged. 644 Any jelly or jam - one jar 645 Any candy - 4 pieces

1st: $3.00 * 2nd: $2.50 * 3rd: $2.00 Rosette: Iowa Sweepstakes Textile Class No. Division 40: Clothing Construction 1 Lady’s Slacks 2 Lady’s Casual Dress 3 Lady’s Better Dress 4 Lady’s Two-Piece Casual Outfit (pants/shorts and top) 5 Lady’s Skirt 6 Man’s Shirt 7 Lady’s Casual Blouse

NEW THIS YEAR! Division 35: King Arthur Flour Entries 1. Make any type of COOKIE you wish using King Arthur Flour.

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2. Recipe must accompany entry on 3x5 or 4x6 recipe card along with entry tag. For Youth Division place your age only in the upper right hand corner of recipe card. 3. Attach UPC label and King Arthur Flour emblem (off front of bag) to the recipe card. If not attached, entry will be disqualified. 4. Judging is based on the following criteria:Flavor-50 points, Overall Appearance-25 points, Texture-25 points 5. Place 3 cookies on white 6 or 9 inch paper plates and cover with plastic wrap or put in a plastic bag. 6. All other rules in the Open Class Culinary Department must also be followed to enter this category. 7. Prizes for King Arthur Flour Baking Contest: Adult


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Lady’s Better Blouse Lady’s Suit (jacket and skirt and/or pants) Vest (child’s, youth’s, or adult’s) Girl’s Better Clothing, up to age 9 Child’s Playwear, up to age 9 (top, shorts, slacks, swimwear) 13 Youth’s Better Clothing, age 10-16 (dress, suit, jumper) 14 Youth’s Playwear, age 10-16 (shorts, slacks, top, swimwear) 15 Coat / Blazer (child’s, youth’s, or adult’s) 16 Baby item 17 Sleepwear (pajamas, gown, robe) 18 Any other constructed garment Division 41: Crochet 19 Afghan or Bedspread 20 Centerpiece or Doily (no ruffles) 21 Baby Item 22 Lace Collar 23 Sweater Vest

Bed-Size Quilts (Twin or larger)—Hand Quilted. Done entirely by one individual: 56 My first quilt 57 Hand Embroidered 58 Machine Embroidered 59 Pieced 60 Applique 61 Scrap (more than 20 fabrics) 62 Mixed Technique 63 Memory 64 Novelty 65 Made with Jelly Rolls 66 Tied Comforter Team or Group Quilts — Machine Quilted: (Exhibitors: Please provide names of others who have done any part of the quilt on the back of the entry tag or on a card attached to the quilt.) 67 Hand Embroidered 68 Machine Embroidered 69 Pieced 70 Applique 71 Scrap (more than 20 fabrics) 72 Mixed Technique 73 Block Exchange Quilt 74 Any Other Pieced 75 Made with Jelly Rolls 76 Found and Finished (quilt blocks/tops “found” and finished for yourself or someone else) 77 Wall Hanging Team or Group Quilts — Hand Quilted: (Exhibitors: Please provide names of others who have done any part of the quilt on the back of the entry tag or on a card attached to the quilt.) 78 Hand Embroidered 79 Machine Embroidered 80 Pieced 81 Applique 82 Scrap (more than 20 fabrics) 83 Mixed Technique 84 Block Exchange Quilt 85 Any Other Pieced 86 Made with Jelly Rolls 87 Found and Finished (quilt blocks/tops “found” and finished for yourself or someone else) 88 Wall Hanging Wall Quilts - Machine Quilted - Done entirely by one individual: 89 My First Wall Quilt 90 Pieced - less than 36” per all sides 91 Pieced - greater than 36” per any side 92 Applique 93 Mixed Technique 94 Memory 95 Made with Jelly Rolls Wall Quilts - Hand Quilted - Done entirely by one individual: 96 My First Wall Quilt 97 Pieced - less than 36” per all sides 98 Pieced - greater than 36” per any side 99 Applique 100 Mixed Technique 101 Memory 102 Made with Jelly Rolls

24 Scarf 25 Hat/Cap 26 Purse/Tote/Bag 27 Any Other Crochet Division 42: Knitting 28 Baby Item 29 Sweater 30 Scarf 31 Cap 32 Mittens 33 Purse/Tote/Bag 34 Any other knitted item Division 43: Embroidery 35 Hand Embroidered Pillow 36 Hand Embroidered Picture (finished to hang) 37 Counted Cross Stitch Picture (finished to hang) 38 Counted Cross Stitch on Clothing 39 Counted Cross Stitch on Table Covering 40 Miscellaneous Non-Hanging Items 41 Silk Ribbon Embroidered item 42 Machine Embroidered Pillow 43 Machine Embroidered Picture (finished to hang) 44 Any other Machine Embroidered Item Division 44: Quilting Definition: A quilt is a fabric sandwich held together with hand or machine quilting stitches. Remember that piecing and quilting must be done by the same individual with the exception of classes for team or group quilts. All items must be quilted. Bed-Size Quilts (Twin or larger)—Machine Quilted. Done entirely by one individual: 45 My first quilt 46 Hand Embroidered 47 Machine Embroidered 48 Pieced 49 Applique 50 Scrap (more than 20 fabrics) 51 Mixed Technique 52 Memory 53 Novelty 54 Made with Jelly Rolls 55 Tied Comforter

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Division 45: Novelties 130 Doll with homemade clothes 131 Stuffed Toy 132 Duplicate Stitch Item 133 Decorated Sweatshirt 134 Hardanger Embroidery 135 Punch Needle Item 136 Wool Applique Item 137 Any other decorated item Division 46: Holiday Articles 138 Christmas Decorations 139 Holiday or Seasonal Wall Hanging, fabric only (finished to hang) 140 Any Holiday or Seasonal Centerpiece, fabric only 141 Holiday or Seasonal Table Coverings (placemat sets with napkins, table runners, etc.) 142 Christmas Tree Skirt or Round Table Cover Division 47: Weaving 143 Afghan 144 Baby Blanket 145 Household Linens (table runner, placemats, towels) 146 Rug 147 Any other woven item 148 Rug Hooking Division 48: Sewing for the Home 149 Apron 150 Table runner 151 Place mats 152 Pillow 153 Purse/Tote/Bag 154 Pillow Case 155 Household Item, small

Lap Quilts - Machine Quilted - Done entirely by one individual 119 Applique 120 Pieced 121 Mixed Technique Lap Quilts - Hand Quilted - Done entirely by one individual 122 Applique 123 Pieced 124 Mixed Technique Lap Quilts - Team or Group Quilts - (Exhibitors: Please provide names of others who have done any part of the quilt on the back of the entry tag or on a card attached to the quilt. 125 Applique 126 Pieced 127 Mixed Technique 128 Made with Jelly Rolls

Division 49: Juniors—Ages 15 and under Clothing Construction 156 Dress 157 Skirt 158 Top 159 Pants or Shorts 160 Night Wear 161 Decorated T-shirt/Sweatshirt Sewng For the Home 162 Pillow 163 Tote Bag/Hand Bag 164 Pillow Case 165 Household Item, small Other Needlework 166 Embroidered Article 167 Cross Stitch Picture 168 Needlepoint Article 169 Crocheted Article 170 Knitted Article 171 Pieced Article (tied or quilted) Quilting 172 Pieced Quilt (done entirely by exhibitor) 173 Team Pieced Quilt (top done by exhibitor—quilting may be done by someone else. EXHIBITOR: Please provide names of others who have done any part of the quilt on back of entry tag or on a card attached to quilt.)

Quilt Block Contest: Quilt Block Contest (12” finished — plus 1/4 seam allowance on each side) Quilt Block Contest Rules This is a special class, and the blocks entered will become the property of the Warren County Fair. Contestants must register specifically for this class and pay a special fee of $4.00 A packet of materials will be given to the registrant to be used for construction of the quilt block. Guidelines: a. One block per exhibitor/class. b. Quilt blocks are to be made from packet given to exhibitor. The packet will contain fabrics to be used in the block. DO NOT ADD FABRICS. (Do Not Quilt) c. Use some of each fabric in the quilt block. d. Exhibitor may use an established pattern or create an original block. Judging will consider use of fabric, workmanship, overall appearance and accuracy of 12 1/2” unfinished block size. 129

Ribbons Quilt Block Contest - Rosette Judge’s Choice, Hand Quilted bed-size quilt - Rosette Judge’s Choice, Machine Quilted bed-size quilt - Rosette

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Wall Quilts - Team or Group Quilts (Exhibitors: Please provide names of others who have done any part of the quilt on the back of the entry tag or on a card attached to the quilt. 103 My First Wall Quilt 104 Pieced - less than 36” per all sides 105 Pieced - greater than 36” per any side 106 Applique’ 107 Mixed Technique 108 Memory 109 Made with Jelly Rolls Crib/Baby Quilts - Hand Quilted - Done entirely by one individual 110 Applique 111 Pieced 112 Mixed Technique Crib/Baby Quilts - Machine Quilted - Done entirely by one individual 113 Applique 114 Pieced 115 Mixed Technique Crib/Baby Quilts - Team or Group Quilts (Exhibitors: Please provide names of others who have done any part of the quilt on the back of the entry tag or on a card attached to the quilt. 116 Applique’ 117 Pierced 118 Mixed Technique


Open Class Creative Arts Department

Division 50: Juniors age 8-10 7 Decorated Picture Frames — “Summer Fun” 8 Build-it with LEGOS —“Summer Fun” (see #12) 9 K’Nex - Any creation (see #12) 10 Trash-to-Treasure (see #13) 11 Scrapbook Page— “Summer Fun” 12 “Grab a bag” and be creative: Pick up your bag of craft supplies at registration and design a one-of-akind creation.

Open Classes

Superintendents: Janet Sinclair

1. Exhibitors must be residents of Warren County, and may make only one entry per class. See “Schedule for Taking Entries” and “General Rules and Regulations” for further information. 2. Eligibility: This department is not open to professional artists, teachers, or others who make over 50% of their livelihood from the sales of such articles. All articles must be strictly the handiwork of the exhibitor. If, in the opinion of the Judge, any portion has been done by anyone other than the exhibitor, it will be disqualified from judging. Articles must have been completed since January 1 of current year and entered in the Warren County Fair competition for the first time. 3. Each exhibitor in this department, as a requirement for entry, will pay a registration fee. Registration fee for entry is $1.00 per item, specify division and class. 4. Entries must be made on regulation entry form. After receipt of entry form, entry tags will be given to be placed on articles before delivery. Tags must be filled in clearly and completely. 5. Each exhibitor may only enter one item in each class. 6. Articles with entry tags attached will be received at the fairgrounds from 10:00-11:00 a.m. Wednesday, or they will not be judged. Judging will take place at 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday. In order that articles be displayed properly, it is suggested that the exhibitor provide the proper hangers, stands, etc. 7. The Superintendents reserve the right to combine or divide classes if necessary. 8. No articles will be released until Sunday at 9:00 p.m., at which time they may be picked up at the exhibit area. 9. The Management will use diligence to insure the safety of articles after their arrival and placement; but, in no case, will Management be responsible for any loss or damage that may occur. 10. Additional prizes may be given at time of judging. 11. All scrapbook pages must be inside a protective page covers. 12 All Lego and K’Nex creations must be no bigger than 12 x 16 and no taller than 14”. Please do not use a kit 13. Bring new life to old and forgotten. Transform set-aside, handed down, “seen-better-days”, items into something fun and new. Be creative. Please take a before picture of your project and include it with your project when you bring it in. Keep in mind we have limited space. 14. We have added a theme to the picture frame classes. “Summer Fun” is our fair theme this year. Be creative and decorate your frames with the theme in mind. Premiums: 1st - $3.00 * 2nd - $1.50 * 3rd - $1.00

Division 50: Juniors age 11-14 13 14 15 16 17 18

Decorated Picture Frames — “Summer Fun” Build-it with LEGOS —“Summer Fun” (see Rule#12) K’Nex - Any creation (see Rule#12) Trash-to-Treasure (see Rule#13) Scrapbook Page—“Summer Fun” “Grab a bag” and be creative: Pick up your bag of craft supplies at registration and design a one-of-akind creation.

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Division 50: Juniors age 15-17 20 Decorated Picture Frames — “Summer Fun” 21 Trash-to-Treasure (see Rule#13) 22 Duct Tape Art 23 Watercolor 24 Scrapbook Page— “Summer Fun” 25 Pencil Drawing Division 50: Adults 26 Photo Scrapbook Page—single page, “Summer Fun” 27 Photo Scrapbook Page—single page, “Fair Days” 28 Handmade Card — any theme 29 Trash-to-Treasure (see Rule#13) 30 Wooden Toys 31 Wood Carving 32 Any other Wood Project

Age as of start of Fair: Division 50: Juniors age 5-7 1 Decorated Picture Frames — “Summer Fun” 2 Build-it with LEGOS —“Summer Fun” (see #12) 3 K’Nex - Any creation (see #12) 4 Trash-to-Treasure (see #13) 5 Scrapbook Page— “Summer Fun” 6 “Grab a bag” and be creative: Pick up your bag of craft supplies at registration and design a one-of-akind creation.

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Open Class Fine Arts Department Superintendent: Amy Tlach and Mekenze Cortum

Entries are limited to residents of Warren County. Each exhibitor may enter a total of two paintings and one photograph per class for a fee of $1.00 per entry. Division and Class must be declared for each entry. Fees are charged and payable when entry is made. See “Schedule for Taking Entries” and “General Rules and Regulations” for further information. All work must be prepared as outlined for exhibition or it will not be accepted. Works previously exhibited at the Warren County Fair are not eligible for entry. All works must be original work of the artist. Should insufficient entries or merit occur in any class, the Fine Arts Department reserves the right to cancel or combine classes in one section. The decision of the Judge is final. All accepted entries will be judged for awards. While every effort will be made to hang all entries, the Management reserves the right to make selection and arrange according to suitability and available space. All works will be handled with care. However, the Warren County Fair is not responsible for any loss or damage to entries before, during, or after the fair. All entries should be brought to the Fairgrounds by Wednesday between the hours of 10:00-11:00 a.m. Judging will be at 2:00 p.m. Release Date: All paintings and photographs must be picked up on Sunday between 9:00 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.

Division 52: Professional Art Show Eligibility: College art students, or a person preparing for a professional career in art, a commercial artist or illustrator, or one whose major occupation or source of income is teaching art is considered a professional. 1-A Painting - acrylics 1-B Painting - oil 2 Water Color 3 Pastels 4 Drawings (pencils, ink, or graphics) 5 Collages 6 Other media 7 Mixed media 8 Themed Class: Warren County Pride - Your assignment is to create a work of art (from one of the medias above) that tells the story of why you are proud to call Warren County home.

Premiums in Division 51-52: 1st - $6.00 * 2nd - $3.00 * 3rd - $1.50 Premiums in Divison 53-55: 1st - $3.00 * 2nd - $2.00 * 3rd - $1.00 Premiums in Divison 90-94: 1st - $3.00 * 2nd - $2.00 * 3rd - $1.00

Photographs Acceptable Works: Photos can be any size up to and including 11” by 14”. Photographs must be placed on a matting surface, which shall be no larger than 11” by 14”. Note: due to heat and humidity, it is recommended that photos be dry mounted (available at most art supply stores and frame shops.) All photos must be unframed. There should be no hooks or wires attached to the back of the entry. Photos must be ones taken by the exhibitor in the past two years (2010-2011).

A BEST OF SHOW entry will be chosen in all divisions. Paintings All paintings and drawings must be framed and wired (a metal notched hanger at top of frame is not acceptable) for hanging. The artist’s name, signature, or brand may not be visible for judging. Unacceptable are copies, in whole or in part, from another work or number painting. Dimensions for paintings may not be any larger than 3 feet by 3 feet. All work must have been completed in the past two years (2010-2011).

Division 53: Youth Photography Show (Open to exhibitors up to 18 years of age.) Eligibility: Entrants are not to be a professional photography student, nor a person preparing for a professional career in photography, a practicing commercial photographer, nor anyone whose major occupation or source of income is photography. Black & White Classes 1 Black & White Portrait Capture the likeness of a person or small group of people, typically in a flattering manner. 2 Black & White Still Life Small groups of objects assembled for the purpose of the photo. 3 Black & White Nature Landscapes, wildlife, plants, close ups or natural scenes and textures. 4 Black & White Enhanced Digitally altered or use of special effects Color Classes 5 Color Portrait Capture the likeness of a person or small group of people, typically in a flattering manner. 6 Color Still Life Small groups of objects assembled for the purpose of the photo. 7 Color Nature Landscapes, wildlife, plants, close ups or natural scenes and textures.

Division 50: Youth Art Show (Open to exhibitors up to 18 years of age.) Eligibility: Entrants are not to be a professional art student, nor a person preparing for a professional career in art, a practicing commercial artist, nor anyone whose major occupation or source of income is art. 1-A Painting - acrylics 1-B Painting - oil 2 Water Color 3 Pastels 4 Drawings (pencils, ink, or graphics) 5 Collages 6 Other media 7 Mixed media 8 Themed Class: Warren County Pride - Your assignment is to create a work of art (from one of the medias above) that tells the story of why you are proud to call Warren County home. Division 51: Amateur Art Show Eligibility: Amateur means one who is not a professional art student, nor a person preparing for a professional career in art, a practicing commercial artist or illustrator, nor anyone whose major occupation or source of income is the practice of teaching art.

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1-A Painting - acrylics 1-B Painting - oil 2 Water Color 3 Pastels 4 Drawings (pencils, ink, or graphics) 5 Collages 6 Other media 7 Mixed media 8 Themed Class: Warren County Pride - Your assignment is to create a work of art (from one of the medias above) that tells the story of why you are proud to call Warren County home.


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26 Color Enhanced Digitally altered or use of special effects Themed Class 27 Warren County Pride - Your assignment is to capture a photograph that tells the story of why you are proud to call Warren County home.

8 Color Enhanced Digitally altered or use of special effects Themed Class 9 Warren County Pride - Your assignment is to capture a photograph that tells the story of why you are proud to call Warren County home. Division 54: Amateur Photography Show Eligibility: Amateur means one who is not a professional photography student, nor a person preparing for a professional career in photography, a practicing commercial photographer, nor anyone whose major occupation or source of income is the practice of teaching photography. Black & White Classes 10 Black & White Portrait Capture the likeness of a person or small group of people, typically in a flattering manner. 11 Black & White Still Life Small groups of objects assembled for the purpose of the photo. 12 Black & White Nature Landscapes, wildlife, plants, close ups or natural scenes and textures. 13 Black & White Enhanced Digitally altered or use of special effects Color Classes 14 Color Portrait Capture the likeness of a person or small group of people, typically in a flattering manner. 15 Color Still Life Small groups of objects assembled for the purpose of the photo. 16 Color Nature Landscapes, wildlife, plants, close ups or natural scenes and textures. 17 Color Enhanced Digitally altered or use of special effects Themed Class 18 Warren County Pride - Your assignment is to capture a photograph that tells the story of why you are proud to call Warren County home.

China Painting Exhibitors may enter two items. Cost is $2.00 for a maximum of two entries. All articles must be the handiwork of the exhibitor. The article may be completed from a kit, but must be the work of the exhibitor. Division 90: Professional China Painting Eligibility: One who has taught china painting classes. They may not enter in the non-professional class. Division 91: Non-Professional China Painting Division 92: Professional Glass Painting Painting on glass Eligibility: One who has taught glass painting. Division 93: Non-Professional Glass Painting Division 94: China Doll Painting Exhibitors may enter two items. All articles must be the handiwork of the exhibitor. 1 Old antique china head dolls or reproduced 2 May be with stand or have chair or couch to exhibit. All props attached firmly to doll. May be character dolls such as Kewpie dolls — no clothes, with rings and curl on top of head. 3x5 photo may accompany doll. Clothing can be handmade or purchased. Division 95: Baby Doll Painting Open Class Genealogy Department Superintendent: Virginia Wheeldon, Brenda Morgan 1. $1.00 per entry, limit of 20 entries, specify division and class. See “Schedule for Taking Entries” and “General Rules and Regulations” for further information. 2. Entries are limited to Warren County residents or members of the Warren County Genealogical Society. No out of state residents will be allowed to exhibit. Due to limited space, exhibitors may register one entry in each of twenty classes. 3. All entries must be accompanied by information to show their genealogical connection to the exhibitor. 4. Please prepare all photo entries so that they are ready to be hung. Small photographs may be placed in zip lock bags and corner punched for hanging. Please protect your photos with plastic if not in a frame with glass. 5. Exhibits which have won premiums in previous years may not be entered again except as part of a collections class. 6. Artifact and heirloom displays are limited to items that have genealogical significance. This class is not meant to be an antique display. The exhibitor must know and indicate the connection the item has to his ancestry. 7. Diligence will be used to insure the safety of articles after their arrival and placement; but, in no case will the Management be responsible for any loss or damage that may occur. 8. Entries are to be in place no later than noon on Wednesday, and judging will take place at 11:30 p.m. 9. Exhibits are to be picked up at 9:00 p.m. Sunday. Superintendents will not be responsible for anything left after that time.

Division 55: Professional Photography Show Eligibility: College art students, or a person preparing for a professional career in photography, a commercial photographer, or one whose major occupation or source of income is teaching photography is considered a professional. Black & White Classes 19 Black & White Portrait Capture the likeness of a person or small group of people, typically in a flattering manner. 20 Black & White Still Life Small groups of objects assembled for the purpose of the photo. 21 Black & White Nature Landscapes, wildlife, plants, close ups or natural scenes and textures. 22 Black & White Enhanced Digitally altered or use of special effects Color Classes 23 Color Portrait Capture the likeness of a person or small group of people, typically in a flattering manner. 24 Color Still Life Small groups of objects assembled for the purpose of the photo. 25 Color Nature Landscapes, wildlife, plants, close ups or natural scenes and textures.

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Family Census Records (three or more years for the same person) True Story, Biography or Autobiography (complete or segment) written by exhibitor (Limit: 500-600 words) Miscellaneous Research Item

Senior Division 61: Heirlooms and Artifacts 27 Book (published, not a genealogical book) 28 Piece of Glassware or China 29 Small Household Item or Tool 30 Needlework Item 31 Personal Item (example: Small piece of silver or jewelry, etc.) 32 Bible, other Religious Item or Bible records 33 Small Toy 34 Artifacts with central theme (souvenirs, documents, keepsakes, etc., ex: military collection, school, religious collection) 35 Simple display with genealogical theme to include items from multiple divisions easily visible in one eye shot 36 Item of Interest (greeting cards, clippings, post cards, etc.) Senior Division 62: Iowa Heritage 37 Historical Poster depicting the history of an Iowa town, township, organization, or event 38 Historical Poster depicting the history of a method of lost art, craft, trade or custom common to Iowa 39 Photograph depicting life in early Iowa Junior Division 63: Ages 12 and Younger 40 A Pedigree or Lineage, made by the exhibitor (pedigree is ancestors or descendents of one person; Lineage is direct line between two persons) 41 A Family Picture (one photo) 42 Family Record Book (include family group sheets, other items of interest) compiled by the exhibitor 43 Genealogical Poster (family group sheets, photos, maps, clippings, documents etc. for a family) 44 Map showing where Ancestors lived 45 Photographs showing present home or barn and an ancestral home or barn

Senior Division 58: Photographs 1 Ancestral Portrait or Photo (only 1 photograph, 1 or 2 people) 2 Family Group Photograph (only 1 photograph) 3 Ancestral Home, Barn or Homestead Photograph 4 Pictorial Family History Poster or Display Board 5 Family Photo Album 6 Ancestral Church, School Building or Organization Photo 7 Any Miscellaneous Photograph that doesn’t fit above classes (organizations, sports teams, 4-H, etc.) Senior Division 59: Books and Legal Documents 8 Diary, Ledger or Letter 9 Vital Statistic Certificate or Record: Birth, Baptismal, Marriage or Death 10 A Land Record 11 Military or Military Pension Record 12 Will or Probate Record 13 School, Church or Organization Records (not poster or display) 14 Best Collection of Documents (not a poster). Example: any or all records listed above 15 Poster or display (any or all of Division 59) 16 Any document that doesn’t fit above classes. Senior Division 60: Genealogical Research Material 17 Pedigree or Family Tree Chart (Pedigree is Ancestors or Descendents of 1 person, Family tree includes siblings) 18 Collection of Research Material (including clippings or photocopies of clippings, internet items) 19 Research Notebook (Incomplete record, may include Internet research, collaboration research, show what facts still must be researched and verified, i.e.: a work in progress) 20 Genealogical Record Book (Finished product, including family group sheets, documents, clippings, photos, etc.) 21 Lineage Chart (Direct bloodline between 2 individuals) 22 Time Line (1 person compare dates for family, local, national, world events) 23 Genealogical Map (show where ancestors lived)

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10. Superintendents reserve the right to reclassify exhibits if necessary. If entered in wrong class at entry time, premium will not be paid but exhibit will be judged and given a ribbon if deemed eligible. 11. Senior Division is open to all ages. Junior Division is open to those 12 and younger. 12. Posters or exhibit material larger than 36” x 36” may be judged, but only displayed as space permits. Premiums: 1st - $3.00 * 2nd - $1.50 * 3rd - $1.00 13. The Warren County Genealogical Society will present the Jo Ann Harvey memorial ribbon to each first-time exhibitor in addition to any other ribbon the exhibitor may receive. 14. The WCGS “Well-Rounded Genealogist” Sweepstakes Award will be presented to the person with the highest total number of points as defined below. To be eligible for the award, the participant must have at least 12 entries, with a minimum of 1 entry in Division 58, 3 entries in Division 59, 3 entries in Division 60, 1 entry in Division 61, and 1 entry in Division 62, and 2 or more entries of the participant’s choice to a maximum of 20 total entries. Points will be given for each ribbon received: 3 points for each blue ribbon, 2 points for each red ribbon and 1 point for each white ribbon. For example, if the participant enters 18 classes and receives a ribbon on each entry, all 18 ribbons will be counted toward the total number of points, as long as the above numbers are fulfilled in each Division. The winner will receive a certificate and his/her name will be added to a plaque displayed in the Genealogy booth. In case of a tie, the winning participants will share the award.


Open Class Flower Department

Horticulture Specimen Classes Premiums: 1st - $1.50 * 2nd - $1.25 * 3rd - 1.00

Open Classes

Superintendent: Judy Denniston, Dee Morrison Assisted by Warren County Garden Clubs

Division 67: Rose: (May enter more than one if different, named varieties.) Classes will be divided if entries warrant.) 1 Hybrid Tea Rose (1 spray or bloom) 2 Grandiflora (1 spray or bloom) 3 Floribunda (1 spray or bloom) 4 Miniature (1 spray or bloom) 5 Miniature Climber (1 spray) 6 Climber (1 spray) 7 Bud 8 Full Blown 9 Shrub (1 spray) 10 Any Other Rose (1 spray or blooms)

Entry fee: $3.00 for 3 or $4.00 for 4 or more entries. No need to declare classes at entry time. See “Schedule for Taking Entries” and “General Rules and Regulations” for further information. Entries, arrangements and birdhouses will be received on Wednesday, from 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. All entries MUST be in place by 12:00 p.m. Judging starts at 12:30 a.m. for Division 79. ALL other divisions will be judged following. Exhibitors and the public are invited to watch the judging. Entries are open to all residents in Warren County. Exhibitors may make only one entry in each class. EXCEPTION: In the Horticulture Division, more than one entry may be made if it is a different variety, color or type. Horticulture specimens must be grown by the exhibitor. All exhibits must be placed in their correct classification. If a class is listed for a variety, contestants may not enter their entry into “any other class”. In the Horticulture classes, all specimens must be in clear vases. Vases will be provided and available for use during the receiving times listed above. No pop bottles or colored vases can be used for cut specimens. In Artistic Design Classes, materials need not be grown by the exhibitor. A minimum amount of tinting is permitted only on dried material. No painting or tinting is permitted on fresh plant material. No artificial flowers, foliage, or noxious weed are permitted.The Warren County Fair Flower show follows the guidelines set by the National council of State Garden Clubs for Standard Flower shows. The complete flower show schedule and additional helpful information will be available in June during registration. Management will use care but will not be responsible in case of loss or breakage. Exhibits may be removed Sunday after 9:00 p.m.

Division 68: Zinnia Large-Flowered (2 blooms) Class # 11 Red 14 Purple 17 Variegated 12 Pink 15 Yellow 13 Green or white 16 Orange Fantasy Type (2 blooms) 18 Any color (if more than 3 entries of one color, a separate class will be created.) Other (3 blooms, may enter more than one if different colors) 19 Lilliput or Button Division 69: Marigold Large-Flowered (l bloom, 3” or larger) 20 Yellow 21 Orange Medium-Flowered (2 blooms, 3” or smaller) 22 Yellow 23 Orange Small-Flowered (1 spray, 1” and smaller) 24 Yellow 25 Orange Other 26 Variegated or any other color (any size)

Special awards will be given as designated: “Overall Grand Sweepstakes” For the most blue ribbons Divisions 67-78

Division 70: Petunia Single (1 spray) 27 Red 29 Purple 31 Any other 28 Pink 30 White color Single Ruffle (1 spray) 32 Any color (if more than 3 entries of one color, a separate class will be created) Double Ruffle (1 spray) 33 Any color (if more than 3 entries of one color, a separate class will be created.)

“Horticulture Sweepstakes Award” For the most blue ribbons in the Horticulture Divisions 67-77 “Award of Horticulture Excellence” For the finest specimen in Horticulture Divisions 67-77 “Judge’s Choice” For the outstanding artistic design in Division 78, classes 1-6

Division 71: Celosia Plumed (1 stem) 34 Red

“Petite Award” For the best miniature design in Division 78, classes 7-9

Crested (1 stem) 37 Red

35 Yellow

36 Any other color

38 Any other color

Division 72: Gladioli (1 spike) 39 Pink or Rose 42 Yellow 40 White or Cream 43 Orange 41 Purple 44 Red

45 Bi-Color 46 Any other color

Division 73: Snapdragons (1 spike) 47 White 49 Yellow 51 Orange or 48 Pink 50 Red or Maroon Bronze

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98 Succulent 99 Cactus 100 Cacti and/or Succulents (at least 3 varieties in one container) 101 Patio Container (3 or more different varieties) 102 Herb Garden (Container of 3 or more herbs) 103 Terrarium (Container of 3 or more plants, plants must be identified on fair entry tag) Division 78: Artistic Design Accessories are permitted in all classes; but plant material must be dominant, except where stated. If using daylilies in your design they must be renewed daily. No artificial flowers, foliage, bird feathers or nests, or noxious weeds are permitted. Premiums: 1st - $2.50 * 2nd - $2.00 * 3rd - $1.50

Small (2 blooms, under 2” across)

54 Any color Division 75: Hemerocallis (Day Lilies - 1 scape) 55 Yellow 59 Bi-Color 63 Spider 56 Orange 60 Gold 64 Purple 57 Red 61 Eyed 65 Small bloom (3” or less) 58 Pink 62 Double 66 Any other color Division 76: Other Cut Specimens 67 Cosmos (1 spray) 68 Lilies (1 stalk) a. Oriental b. Asiatic c. Tiger 69 Delphinium (1 spike) 70 Hosta Leaves a. 1 large leaf b. 3 large leaves, same variety or different varieties c. 1 medium leaf d. 3 medium leaves, different varieties e. 3 small leaves-same variety f. 3 small leaves-different varieties d. 3 miniatures, same variety or different varieties 71 Phlox (1 head) a. White b.Pinks/Reds c. Purples d. Named 72 Salvia (1 stem) 73 Coreopsis (3 stems) 74 Tuberous Begonia (1 bloom, floated, with leaf) 75 Coleus (1 stem) 76 Sunflower a. Yellow b. Any other color c. Largest head 77 Impatiens (1 stem) 78 Coneflower (1 stem) 79 New Annual, named (introduced in last 3 years) 80 Wildflower, named 81 Any Other Annual, named 82 Herbs (can enter more than one if different and named) a. Sage d. Mint g. Catmint j. Any Other b. Dill e. Parsley h. Thyme c. Basil f. Chives i. Rosemary 83 Ageratum (1 stem) 84 Sedum (1 stem) 85 Any Other Perennial, named 86 Statice 87 Grasses 88 Cleome (1 stem) 89 Rudbeckla (1 stem) 90 Amaranthus

Classes 1-6 eligible for “Judge’s Choice” Award Classes 1-3 (fresh, dried, and/or treated plant material must be included in design) 1 “Gone to Sea” (all dried plant material) 2 “Orange Crush” 3 “Waving Winds” Classes 4-6 (all fresh plant material, accessories permitted) 4 “Perennial Beauty” 5 “Holiday Lights” (must include a candle) 6 “My Favorite Color” Classes 7-9 are eligible for the “Petite Award” (Must be under 5” in all directions) 7 “No Bigger Than a Post-It Note” 8 “Angel’s Blush” 9 “Little Boy Blue” Division 79: Wildlife Structures Class 1 Bird House: Functional (Judged 70% function, 30% creativity) Class 2 Bird House: Decorative (Judged on creativity) Class 3 Bird Feeder Class 4 Toad House Class 5 Butterfly House Division 80: Natural Creations (plant material must be dominant) Class 1 Made from corn Class 2 Made from any other plant material

Division 77: Container-Grown Plants (In possession 3 months, multiple plantings in possession 6 weeks) 91 Vines (any plant grown for vining - 1 variety) 92 Hoya 93 Begonia a. blooming b. grown for foliage 94 Ferns 95 Any Other Foliage Plant one variety, no flower appearing 96 Any Other Flowering Plant 97 Hanging Plants, (1 or more plants - suitable holder) a. Foliage b. Flowering

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Division 74: Dahlia Large-Flowered (1 bloom, over 6” across) 52 Any Color Medium (1 bloom, 2” - 6” across) 53 Any other color


Open Classes

Open Class Junior Horticulture Department Superintendents: Judy Denniston and Elodie Morrison, Flowers Galyn and Kirk Bedwell, Agriculture Judging of Junior Flowers will follow the judging of the Adult Open Class Divisions.

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Any other vegetable Plate of 5 different vegetables (1 of each) Yellow Tomatoes

Open Class Agriculture Products Superintendents: Galyn Bedwell, Kirk Bedwell

This division is open to all boys and girls of Warren County up to 18 years of age. See “Schedule for Taking Entries” and “General Rules and Regulations” for further information. Each exhibitor will be allowed only one entry in any one class, and all entries must be entered in the name of the owner and have been raised by the exhibitor. NO EARLY ENTRY will be required for Division 83. EARLY ENTRY required for Division 82. All flower entries will be accepted between 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, Wednesday. Judging will start at 12:20 p.m. All vegetable entries must be in place by 7:30 p.m., Thursday. Judging starts at 8:00 p.m. Exhibits may be removed Sunday after 9:00 p.m. Paper plates and bottles will be furnished by the Fair Association. These may be secured from the Superintendents in charge of this department. All entries in this department must be products of this year. The Superintendent reserves the right to reject all entries which do not conform to the rules of the show. The arrangements of the exhibits will be directed by the Superintendents and will be classified whenever possible. The item(s) exhibited in this division cannot be shown in the Open Class Agriculture Division or 4-H & FFA Garden exhibit. Divisions 82 and 83 will compete for BEST OF SHOW. Monetary award will be given by the Ackworth Garden Club.

No entry fee or early entry required. All entries only need to be in place by 7:30 p.m. Thursday. See “Schedule for Taking Entries” and “General Rules and Regulations” for further information. All entries must be entered in the name of the owner and must have been raised by the exhibitor. Each exhibitor will be allowed only one entry in any one class. The Superintendent reserves the right to reject all entries which do not conform to the rules of the show. All entries in this department must be products of this year, except as otherwise provided. Entries must be in place by 7:30 p.m., Thursday. Paper plates will be furnished by the Fair Association for all fruit exhibits. Plates may be secured from the Superintendents in charge of this department. Exhibits may be removed Sunday after 9:00 p.m. The arrangements of exhibits will be directed by the Superintendents, and will be classified when possible. The hay crops should be cured. Class No. Division 84: Seeds, Grains and Grasses 1 New crop corn (6 ears) 2 Corn (6 ears, any color, last year’s) 3 New crop soybean (1 plant) 4 Soybeans (quart) 5 Corn Shelled (quart) 6 Wheat (quart) 7 Oats (quart) 8 Corn Art (made from any part of the corn plant) 9 Popcorn (6 ears, last year’s) 10 Sweet Corn (6 ears, last year’s) 11 Tallest Stalk Corn (new) 12 Oats (sample) 13 Wheat (sample) 14 Red Clover for Hay (sample) 15 Alfalfa for Hay (sample) 16 Mixed Hay (sample) 17 Grass for Hay (sample) 18 Any other farm crop

Division 82: Junior Flowers 9 - Early Entry Required Class No. ($3 minimum four, $4 more than four) 1 “Wild Thing” (fresh plant material) 2 “Veggie Animal” (any vegetables and/or flowers may be used) 3 Zinnia, large-flowered, (3 inches or larger, 2 blooms) 4 Zinnia, medium-flowered, (1 1/2 inches to 2 1/2 inches 2 blooms) 5 Zinnia, button or pompom (1 inch or smaller, 2 blooms) 6 Marigold, any color (2 blooms same size - over 1 inch) 7 Marigold, any color (1 spray, small or dwarf, 1 inch or under) 8 Any other flower 9 Container grown plant (1 plant) 10 Container grown plants (2-4 plants) 11 Terrarium (1-3 plants) Division 83: Juniors Vegetables - No Entry Fee or Early 1 White Potatoes (3) Entry Required 2 Red Potatoes (3) 3 Sweet Corn (5 ears) 4 Cabbage (1 head) 5 Beets (3) 6 Carrots (3) 7 Red Tomatoes (3) 8 Salad or Preserving-Type Tomatoes (5 small, any color) 9 Red Onions (3) 10 Yellow Onions (3) 11 White Onions (3) 12 Cucumbers (3 slicing) 13 Zucchini Squash (2) 14 Any Other Summer Squash (2) 15 Bell Type Pepper (3) 16 Any Other Pepper Hot (3) 17 Any Other Pepper Sweet (3) 16 Snap Beans (8, in edible stage) 17 Kohlrabi (3)

Class No. Division 85: Vegetables 19 Largest Potato 20 White Potatoes (5) 21 Red Potatoes (5) 22 Heirloom Tomatoes (5) 23 Largest Tomato 24 Sweet Corn (5 ears, fresh, with husks on) 25 Kohlrabi (3) 26 Egg Plant (1) 27 White Cabbage (1 head) 28 Red Cabbage (1 head) 29 Bell Peppers (3) 30 Garden Beets (5) 31 Carrots (5) 32 Red Tomatoes (3) 33 Yellow Tomatoes (3) 34 Salad Tomatoes (5 red) 35 Salad Tomatoes (5 yellow) 36 Parsnips (5)

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Turnips (5) Cucumbers (5, for slicing) Cucumbers (5, for pickling) Red Onions (5) Yellow Onions (5) White Onions (5) Bell-type Peppers (3) Sweet Banana Pepper (3) Any Other Pepper (3) 15 Vegetables displayed in a container — Minimum of 7 different classes Watermelon (1) Muskmelon (1) Pie Pumpkin (1) Summer Squash (2) Zucchini Squash (2) Butternut Squash (1) Table Queen Squash (1) Late Squash (1, soft-stem type) Largest Squash or Pumpkin Any Other Vegetable Snap Beans (10, in edible condition) White Honey (1 selection) Amber Honey (1 selection) Extracted, White Honey (in one 1-lb. glass jar) Extracted, Amber Honey (in one 1-lb. glass jar)

Thank you to our Sponsors of the Day: - Friday, July 27 -

Warren County Farm Bureau - Saturday, July 28 -

Division 87: Fruit (Under this division, 3 specimen of apples, pears, and peaches, 5 plums, and 2 clusters of grapes constitute a plate.) 62 Blue Grapes (plate) 63 Red Grapes (plate) 64 White Grapes (plate) 65 Apples (plate) 66 Any Other Variety of Apple (plate) 67 Peaches (plate) 68 Plums (plate) 69 Pears (plate) 70 Collection of Fruit (consists of a plate each of two or more varieties, and/or classes)

Peoples Bank & Vetter Equipment - Sunday, July 29 -

Community Bank & Gibs A&W All American Food

Ribbon Special Award Junior Horticulture Boy - Rosette Girl - Rosette

- Monday, July 30 -

Regions Bank

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Warren County Staff & Committee Members

4-H and FFA Market Beef Department Superintendents: Bill Leih, Don Hunerdosse, Gary Thompson, Barry Tlach, Bruce Brockway, Wes Rodgers

County Extension Staff

Exhibitors are limited to exhibiting four animals, all of which must have been weighed and eartagged, according to Warren County 4-H rules and policies, before Feb, 1, of current year; not more than three can be steers and not more than three can be heifers. Any animals with horns or having central incisor teeth up in wear at County Fair time will not be allowed to show. All animals must be in their stalls by 9:00 p.m., Wednesday. Calves will be weighed Thursday, 6:30-9:30 a.m., and will be weighed only once. If any animal is artificially filled or tampered with, in an attempt to adjust the weight, the animal will be sent home. Animals will be divided by weight into approximately equal-sized classes within each breed division. All livestock exhibitors (except horse exhibitors) are to wear a collared, sleeved, tucked in shirt or an official 4-H/FFA t-shirt tucked in, into the show ring. No use of paint or coloring agents are allowed. Top 3 animals will be toweled at the completion of the class. Champion and Reserve of each division will be toweled. Any animal showing evidence of painting or coloring agent will be disqualified. If any animal is disqualified, the remaining animals move up 1 place. All calves will be judged on individuality, quality, and finish; showmanship considered. There will be a Prospect Market Calf Class which will consist of all market steers weighing under 850 pounds and market heifers weighing under 800 pounds. These will show as the first class of the show. Placings will be in groups of blue, red, and white, with ribbon awards only. First place animals will not be eligible to show for Grand Champion. There will be no blocking chutes allowed in the aisles or doorways. On show day, blocking chutes will be allowed in the aisles; however, safety and courtesy to others shall be maintained. Tie-outs may be used by exhibitors. It is the responsibility of those exhibitors using the tie-outs to maintain area while they are using it and then clean it when they are finished. All feed and water will be removed from Market Beeves to be sold at the 4-H Auction by 10:00 p.m. on Sunday. Each eligible animal must return to the show ring for championship drive or forfeit ALL premium money for that animal. Premiums, each class: 1st: $9 * 2nd: $8 * 3rd: $7 4th: $6 * 5th: $5 * 6th: $3 * 7th-10th: $2

Kathryn Pierson ................................................Office Manager Jeff Macomber ......................... 4-H Youth Program Specialist Craig Hertel .............. Regional Extension Education Director 4-H Youth Program Development Committee Charlotte Mosher Kay Spear Dick Wittry Susan James Reed McCormick Ryan Streeter

Jeff Davis Al Nichols Don Miller Marie Henry Dixie McCormick

Monty Freeman Kim Delay Susan Simms Bryan Meyers Kathy McCoy

FFA Chapters & Advisors Indianola Casey Brown

Interstate 35 Dennis Meggers

S.E. Warren Brooke Peppemier

Warren County Extension Council Stephanie Beier Amy Oliver John Monroe

Carol Mahr Mark Davitt Lydda Youmans

4-H & FFA

Jason Delay Jason Huntley Amy Tlach

The daily rate-of-gain for each animal will be posted. Special ribbons will be issued to the members exhibiting the top 30 market beeves with the highest rate-of-gain. In addition, the top ten in order of gain will receive an additional $3 premium; the next ten, an additional $2 premium; and the next ten, an additional $1. Warren County Produced Eligibility Statement: (copies available from fair secretary) Animals must be born, produced and raised in Warren County. Producer must be a resident of Warren County. Animal must be purchased directly from Warren County producers. 26


4-H and FFA Market Heifers

Breed Champions..............................................................Banner Breed Reserve Champions.............................................. Ribbon Champion “Warren County Produced” Market Steer .....Banner “Warren County Produced” Breed Champions .......... Ribbon Champion “Rate-of-Gain” Market Beef .......................Banner Grand Champion Market Steer.......................................Banner Reserve Grand Champion Market Steer........................Banner Top 3rd to 5th Market Steer ............................................Banner

Market heifers will be divided by weight into approximately equal-sized classes regardless of breed characteristics. Any heifer weighing under 800 pounds will show in the Prospect Market Calf Class. Market heifers will show first for Champion. Market steers will show after market heifers by breed for Champion. A Champion Market Heifer will be selected, and she will not be eligible to compete for Grand Champion Market Beef. A Champion Warren County Produced Market Heifer will be selected. The owner of the animal who has a signed affidavit on file is eligible for recognition. All livestock exhibitors (except horse exhibitors) are to wear a collared, sleeved, tucked in shirt or an official 4-H/ FFA t-shirt tucked in, into the show ring. Division 100: Market Heifers Champion Market Heifer .................................................Banner Reserve Champion Market Heifer ..................................Banner Champion “Warren County Produced” Market Heifer .. Banner

Club Groups Four market beef animals of any breed from the same club or chapter exhibiting as one group. A maximum of three groups can be exhibited from one club or chapter. Groups will be allowed four youth exhibitors and one youth herdsman in the ring when exhibiting the club groups. Division 109: Club Group Premiums: Ribbons only

4-H and FFA Market Steers Market steer entries are open to purebred or straightbred Black Angus, Charolais, Hereford, Limousin, Shorthorn, and Simmental steers which must show in Division 101, 102, 104, 105, 106, and 107, and to crossbred and those of other breeds which must show in Division 103. Maine-Anjou calves must be sired by a registered Maine-Anjou Bull. Animals with unknown parentage (purchased at a sale barn, through a livestock buyer, etc.) must be identified on the Market Beef Identification Form as crossbred regardless of breed characteristics shown. Any animal entered in a breed class, which is determined not eligible or which has been disqualified for any reason by its breed’s national association, will be shown as a crossbred, provided an additional $6 entry fee is paid. All livestock exhibitors (except horse exhibitors) are to wear a collared, sleeved, tucked in shirt or an official 4-H/ FFA t-shirt tucked in, into the show ring. 2012 order of showing: Market Heifer, Simmental, Angus, Charolais, Maine-Anjou, Limousin, Shorthorn, Crossbred, Hereford. Note: Market heifers show first. Steers will rotate by breed yearly. A Champion Warren County Produced Market Steer will be selected. Owner of the animals who have a signed affidavit on file are eligible for recognition.

Advanced Cattle Feeding

Superintendents: John Keeney, Kevin Putney, Duane Ohnemus, Jim Nicholls Advisory Committee: Warren County Cattlemen

1. The project will be supervised by the Advanced Cattle Feeding Project Advisory Committee. 2. One or more 4-H’ers in the same family may own three animals for the project, or one or more 4-H’ers in the same family may have a partnership project with each 4-H’er owning up to three animals in the project. Each owner may designate one calf from the pen to be shown as an individual in the Market Beef classes at the County Fair. The calf must be weighed and tagged, with both a tag designated for the pen project and the Market Beef project, and the animal is to be fed with the other animals in the pen project. All animals must be dehorned. 3. Calves must be ear tagged and weighed on the Warren County fairground’s scales on the scheduled dates. A weigh ticket on each pen and on each calf identified as an individual will be on file in the Extension Office. Advanced Cattle Feeder animals must be identified on the Market Beef Identification Report (4H-106-bi). The identification form must be turned in to the Extension Office by February 1st. I.D.’S postmarked or placed in the Extension Office drop-box on or before February 1 will be accepted. 4. Calves are to be purchased on or before weigh-in. Feed records are to begin on the day of weigh-in. 5. Each pen of Advanced Cattle Feeders must be fed separate from other pens, individual market Beeves, or other livestock on the farm to be able to be exhibited at the County Fair. 6. Accurate records of feed and other costs must be kept.

The top 5 Market Steers will be selected from the steers eligible to compete for Grand Champion Market Steer. Division 101: Black Angus Market Steers Division 102: Charolais Market Steers Division 103: Maine-Anjous Steer Division 104: Limousin Market Steers Division 105: Shorthorn Market Steers Division 106: Crossbred & Other Breed Market Steers Division 107: Hereford Market Steers Division 108: Simmental Steers 27

4-H & FFA

Market Beef Showmanship Market Beef Showmanship classes will be held during the Market Beef Show. All market beef exhibitors are eligible to enter the contest by bringing their animals to the ring when the contest is announced. Members must use one of their own animals they exhibited in the Market Beef show. Market Beef Showmanship is divided according to grade: Junior Showmanship (grades 4-6), Intermediate Showmanship (grades 7-8), and Senior Showmanship (grades 9-12). All grade breaks will be based on the grade of the exhibitor as of September 15 of the previous year. An exhibitor may win Showmanship in each grade division more than once. A member may compete in both Breeding Beef and Market Beef Showmanship if he/she exhibited in both shows.


4-H & FFA

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Exhibitors must make entry into the carcass show and designate which division they will compete in at fair entry time. Division 200 1 HRI 2 Choice Retail 3 Lean Retail

The monthly feed record sheet will be provided and must be sent to the Extension Office or John Keeney by the 10th following --examples January records are to be in by February 10, etc. Doing this will influence the points received for accuracy in the Proficiency Contest. 7. A scheduled visit will be made with each member in January or February by the Advisory Committee. Purpose of the visit will be to evaluate the project at the beginning. Other unannounced visits may be made during the year. 8. Members may compete for three separate awards: 1.) A ribbon and money award based on the “on-thehoof ” placing at the County Fair. 2.) Advanced Cattle Feeding proficiency Award, based on the Advisory Committee’s evaluation of the member’s management practices, interviews, records, feed efficiency, rate-of-gain, cost-of-gain, and a written examination on knowledge of the cattle feeding industry, market trends and member’s own operation. 3.) Top Rate of Gain pen will be awarded the Marion Nicholls Memorial plaque. Individual cattle shown in the Market Beef division will not be eligible for rate of gain in the Market Beef division. 9. To be eligible for awards, all calves enrolled in the project must be weighed in and exhibited at the County Fair. Animals in the pens must average 850 pounds to be shown. An animal identified as an individual must weigh 850 pounds to be shown in the market Beef classes. They need not be sold if members feel the animals are not yet ready for market. 10. Prior to exhibiting at the County Fair, a time will be selected for members to meet with the Advisory Committee for a record analysis and the written examination. Members must have up-to-date records on feed and all other costs at this time. 11. In order to assure uniformity in figuring feed costs, the Advisory Committee may establish an index. If copies of receipts for expenses are turned in with feed records they will be used. 12. Pen of Three (advanced cattle feeders) calves entered as individuals will not be eligible for the Market Beef Rate of Gain. The Advanced Cattle Feeders will post rate of gain winners with the show sheet. Division 250 Premiums (on-the-hoof placing): 1st: $12 * 2nd: $10 * 3rd: $8 * 4th: $6 * 5th: $4 * 6th: $2 Grand Champion . . . . . . . . . . . . . Banner Reserve Grand Champion . . . . . . Banner

4-H and FFA Breeding Beef

Superintendents: Dave Bowlin, Dan Dittmer,

David Leih, Gene Bedwell,Marvin Spear, Lacey Lester Entries are open to purebred, registered Black Angus, Hereford, Shorthorn, Limousin heifers and cows; Charolais; and Simmental, Gelbvieh, and Maine Anjou heifers and cows of 3/4 percentage or above. Red Angus cattle registered as 1A or 1B will be eligible to show. All other breeds (AOB) Division will consist of registered females (with papers) of breeds not listed above. All other grade females, crossbred females may enter the Commercial Beef Breeding classes. All commercial animals must be identified by a tattoo number (calfhood vaccination tattoo numbers or eartags are not acceptable). Females eligible for the purebred and percentage classes are not eligible for commercial classes. All Breeding Beef will be checked in on Thursday immediately following the weigh-in of the Market Beef. Tattoos and registration papers will be inspected. A double entry fee will be charged for any changes made after entry week. All livestock exhibitors (except horse exhibitors) are to wear a collared, sleeved, tucked in shirt or an official 4-H/ FFA t-shirt tucked in, into the show ring. Each individual exhibitor is limited to: 1. A maximum of six (6) animals in this department 2. A maximum of three (3) heifers in the beef heifer and produce classes combined 3. A maximum of three (3) beef cows In the produce classes, entries are open to beef heifers that were dropped by a dam that had been enrolled by the club member in the beef heifer project. Animals entered in the produce classes may NOT be entered in any other 4-H class. Winner of produce will be named champion produce female. Winner will be eligible for Champion 4-H heifer of that breed. Registered Polled Hereford and registered Polled Shorthorn will compete in the Hereford and Shorthorn classes. When more than 8 animals are entered in any one class in this department, the animals shall be divided by age into nearly equal groups. 2012 order of showing: Commercial, Shorthorn, Angus, Simmental, Hereford, AOB, Limousin, Maine Anjou, Gelbvieh, Red Angus, Charolais. No use of paint or coloring agents are allowed. Top 3 animals will be toweled at the completion of the class. Champion and Reserve of each division will be toweled. Any animal showing evidence of painting or coloring agent will be disqualified. If any animal is disqualified, the remaining animals move up one place. Breeds not listed in this catalog will not show in 4-H unless two or more exhibitors apply to the Fair Board for the classes to be opened.

Carcass Class Contact: Mike Erwin

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Entries are open to market steer and heifers that are exhibited in the 4-H and FFA Market steer and heifer classes and Advanced Cattle Feeders class. Exhibitors may enter only one of their animals into the carcass contest. the carcass class is open to the Advanced Feeders division first, with one animal eligible per pen. Then the carcass contest will be filled on a firstcome, first-serve basis. (In 2012, it will be limited to 15 head.) There will be an informational meeting prior to WeighIn that will be posted in the cattle barn. A. Details of the formulas and scoring tables used to determine quality and yield grades along with gridout values will be available. Also, all associated costs involved will be discussed and available.

Cattle are not allowed in horse barns or stalls.

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7 Exhibitor may share one calf if it is in a different class. 8. Open Bucket Calves may not show in Open Feeder Calf Division. 9. A 4-H exhibitor may share a bucket calf with an open class exhibitor. 10. Calves must be born in 2012. 11. Exhibitors do not need to belong to Clover Kids to show in the Open Class Bucket Calf Division.

Top 5 Breeding Heifers will be selected.

4-H & FFA Division Breeding Beef Department

DIVISION 111 Black Angus DIVISION 112 Charolais DIVISION 113 Gelbvieh DIVISION 114 Hereford DIVISION 115 Limousin DIVISION 116 Shorthorn DIVISION 117 Simmental DIVISION 118 Maine-Anjou DIVISION 119 Commercial DIVISION 120 AOB DIVISION 121 Red Angus

Premiums on each class: 1st: $6 * 2nd: $5 * 3rd: $4 * 4th: $3 * 5th: $2 Champion Heifer and Cow (each breed)........................ Banner Reserve Champion Heifer and Cow (each breed)......... Ribbon Supreme Heifer .................................................................. Banner Reserve Supreme Heifer ................................................... Banner Top 3rd to 5th Heifer ........................................................ Banner

159 150 230

169 160 231

179 170 232 189 180 233 199 190 234 209 200 235 219 210 236 229 220 237

Breeding Beef Showmanship Breeding Beef Showmanship class will be held during the Beef Breeding show. All exhibitors, in each respective Division, are eligible to enter the contest by bringing their animals to the ring when the contest is announced. A Top Showman will be selected in each respective breed division. Members must use one of their own animals they exhibited in the Breeding Beef show during the showmanship class. Members may compete in only one breed showmanship competition, even though they may have shown in more than one breed. Each breed division will select only one Champion Showman. An exhibitor may win showmanship more than once. A member may compete in both breeding beef and market beef showmanship if he/she exhibited in both shows. Showmanship trophies are sponsored by the respective breed associations.

Open Bucket Calf & Future FFA/4-H’er Show Superintendent: John Keeney, Ken Core

1. The project is open to exhibitors enrolled in a Warren County School or live in Warren County. 2. This is not a 4-H project. 3. This class will show after the 4-H/FFA Bucket Calf show. 4. Must pay a stall fee like other bucket calves and be properly and timely entered with the secretary. 5. All participants will receive a ribbon. 6. Thursday - Show begins with 4-H followed by Open class and Future 4-H’ers class. 29

4-H and FFA Bucket Calf Superintendents: John Keeney, Ken Core

1. The project is for 4-H and FFA exhibitors of all ages. 2. Calves may be either crossbred, straightbred, or purebred, dairy or beef. They must have been calved on or after February 1 of the current year, and in the member’s possession and identified on Bucket Calf identification form by May 15. The calf must have been on a bottle or bucket no later than one week after birth. 3. An exhibitor may identify up to three animals, but can only exhibit one bucket calf per year; and that animal may be shown only in the bucket calf class. 4. Calves are to be shown at halter. Class may be split if numbers warrant, according to age of exhibitor and number of calves in each group. The Superintendent may divide or combine the number of entries. 5. Judging will be on the following: (1)what 4-H’er has learned about the care and raising of the calf, (2)the fitting and showing (according to beef or dairy guidelines) with emphasis on what the 4-H’er has learned, (3) the general health of the calf and the knowledge of the 4-H’er about this area, and (4) the completed record sheet. 6. All livestock exhibitors (except horse exhibitors) are to wear a collared, sleeved, tucked in shirt or an official 4-H/FFA t-shirt tucked in, into the show ring. 7. A double entry fee will be charged for any changes made after entry week. 8. Animals will be placed in purple, blue, red, white award groups. 9. Interviews will be held Saturday, July 21 at 9:00 a.m. in the show ring. Class No. Division 202 1 Bucket Calf - exhibitors, grades 4-6 2 Bucket Calf - exhibitors, grades 7-8 3 Bucket Calf - exhibitors, grades 9-12 Premiums on each class: 1st: $6 * 2nd: $5 * 3rd: $3 * 4th: $2 * 5th: $1 Champion Bucket Calf ................................ Rosette Reserve Champion Bucket Calf ................. Rosette

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Dates born: CLASS NUMBERS *Beef Cows, born before 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 September 1, 2010 *(may include cow/calf - may bring I.D.’d calf) Shows for Champion Cow *Beef Cows, born 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 Sept.1 - Dec. 31, 2010 Shows for Champion Cow Jan. 1 - Feb. 29, 2011 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 Shows for Champion Heifer Mar. 1 - Apr. 30, 2011 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 Shows for Champion Heifer May 1 - July 31, 2011 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 Shows for Champion Heifer Aug. 1 - Dec. 31, 2011 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 Shows for Champion Heifer Jan. 1, 2012 - May 15, 2012 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 Shows for Champion Heifer Produce Heifers, born 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 Jan. 1 - Dec. 31, 2011

Future 4-H and FFA Bucket Calf Division Class No. Division 201 1 Kindergarten-First Graders 2 Second-Third Graders 3 Open Bucket Calf Show-Exhibitors not completed Kindergarten and younger


4-H and FFA Dairy

4-H and FFA Dairy Goat

Superintendents: John Keeney, Ken Core, Dan Dykstra, Jeff Byers, Jim Schimelfenig

Superintendents: Jeremy and Marta Snow

Check in will be at 7:00-7:30 a.m. Wednesday. Market and Breeding goats must be inspected by a vet or vet appointed representative checked before leaving trailer. Do not stall any market, breeding, meat or dairy goats before they are inspected.

4-H & FFA Division Dairy Department continued Dates born: Jr. Heifer Calf, 12/1/2011 - 4/15/2012 Sr. Heifer Calf, 9/1 - 11/30/2011 Summer Yearling, 6/1 - 8/31/2011 Spring Yearling, 3/1 - 5/31/2011 Winter Yearling, 12/1/2010 - 2/29/2011 Fall Yearling, 9/1 - 11/30/2010 Cow, 2-yrs-old, 9/1/2009 - 8/31/2010 Cow, 3-yrs-old, 9/1/2008 - 8/31/2009 Dairy Cow, 4-yrs-old & older born before 9/1/2008 Produce-of-Cow, 9/1/2011 - 4/15/2012

Please read the “General Rules and Regulations” and “Rules for Livestock”. A double entry fee will be charged for any changes made after entry week. Kids may be born up until June 1 of last year, if the dam is entered as a project. Kids must be entered on the Dairy Goat Identification Form by May 15 of current year. Only females may be shown. Each member may exhibit a maximum of six goats. All goats must have been dehorned to be shown. The base date for computing the age of goats in all classes will be the date of the show. A pre-show milk-out of does in classes 3 through 6 will be determined and posted by the Dairy Goat Superintendents. Any milking does not milked out will not be eligible to be shown. All sexually intact goats must be identified with an individual Scrapie Flock of Origin identification tag or by an offical registered tattoo. Premiums: 1st: $5 * 2nd: $3 * 3rd: $2 * 4th: $1 * 5th: $1 ............... Champion Dairy Goat......................Rosette Reserve Champion Dairy Goat ......Rosette Showmanship......................... Ribbons Only Division 128: Junior 1 Kids, female, under 8 months of age

DIVISION 122 Ayrshire DIVISION 123 Brown Swiss DIVISION 124 Guernsey DIVISION 125 Holstein DIVISION 126 Jersey DIVISION 127 Milking Shorthorn

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2012 order of showing: Ayrshire, Holstein, Milking Shorthorn, Guernsey, Jersey. The six breeds will be shown in their respective division. Animals will be judged on individuality and showmanship. A dairy project member may exhibit a maximum of six head; not more than two entries in each class. Produce of dam is open only to heifers that were dropped by a dam that has been enrolled by the club member in the 4-H or FFA Dairy project and sired by a registered bull of the same breed. Dairy calves only will be shown in the Produce of Dam class. When more than 15 animals are entered in the Dairy Calf class, it will be divided into equal age groups. Senior yearlings in milk in all breeds are to be shown as two-year-olds. Lactating cows will be released after shows. A double entry fee will be charged for any changes made after entry week. All livestock exhibitors (except horse exhibitors) are to wear a collared, sleeved, tucked in shirt or an official 4-H/ FFA t-shirt tucked in, into the show ring. Premiums in each class: 1st: $6 * 2nd: $5 * 3rd: $3 * 4th: $2 * 5th: $1 Champion in each breed . . . . . . . . . . . . Banner Reserve Champion in each breed . . . . . Ribbon

Division 128: Intermediate 2 Dry females, over 8 months and up to 24 months, never freshened

CLASS NUMBER 111

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Division 128: Senior 3 Females in milk, under 3 years of age 4 Females in milk, 3 and 4 years of age 5 Females in milk, 5 years age and older 6 Mother and daughters, mother must be in milk Dairy Goat Showmanship Junior Showmanship is for youth from grades 4-6. Intermediate Showmanship if for youth grades 7-9. Senior Showmanship is for youth from grades 10-12. Grades are determined by September 15 of the previous year. Showmanship awards can be won more than once. Blue, red, and honorable mention ribbons will be awarded.

Dairy Cattle Showmanship Junior Showmanship is for youth grade 7 and younger. Senior Showmanship is for youth grade 8 and older as of September 15 of the previous year. Top Junior and Senior Showmen receive a ribbon and a plaque and their names added to respective traveling trophies. The Junior and Senior Showmanship and traveling trophy can be won more than once. 30


4-H and FFA Meat Goat Show

No drugs or medicants of any kind may be administered at the Fair except by the order of the official Fair veterinarian. Uses of any non-approved substances are strictly forbidden. All animals will be subject to random chemical testing and analysis of saliva, urine, blood, other excretions or tissues to determine whether a substance or drug has been induced or whether a substance or drug has been introduced to interfere with the testing procedure. Positive tests, except for residues which are within FDA tolerance levels, will result in forfeiture of ribbons, trophies, premiums and sale price. Exhibitors and their family will be barred form participation in future Warren County Fairs. Showmanship: Showmanship will be open to all 4-H Meat Goat exhibitors. There will be three divisions: Junior—Grades 5-6; Intermediate: Grades 7-8; Senior— Grades 9-12. The showmanship contest will be held at the conclusion of the regular show. 4-H members will show their own animal in the showmanship contest. Results will be announced at the conclusion of the contest and recipients will receive awards at that time. No coaching will be allowed from or near the ring. This includes verbal or nonverbal coaching. Violators will be escorted from the barn for the duration of the show.

Superintendent: Jeremy and Marta Snow

Check in will be at 7:00-7:30 a.m. Wednesday. Market and Breeding goats must be inspected by a vet or vet appointed representative checked before leaving trailer. Do not stall any market,breeding, dairy, or meat goats before they are inspected.

Please read the “General Rules and Regulations” and “Rules for Livestock”. Any meat goat showing evidence of contagious diseases will be unable to be shown. Disqualified meat goats must be removed from the barn and Fairgrounds immediately. Any goat found to have external parasites, will be disqualified and exhibitor must remove it from the premises immediately. Exhibitors are expected to care for their meat goats in an acceptable manner. Any abusive care including slapping or excessive modification of meat goats will be grounds for disqualification at the discretion of show officials. All meat goats must have been weighed and eartagged according to Warren County 4-H rules and policies. Each 4-H’er may ID at weigh-in 4 meat goats. A total of 4 market and breeding may be shown at the fair. All market meat goats will be weighed and checked for appropriate county identification during check-in. Any evidence of tampering with the official 4-H tag will be scrutinized. No reweighs will be allowed. Weight Limit: All goats must weigh a minimum of 50 pounds. Any weight below 50 pounds will show in a Prospect Meat Goat Class and will not sell. These will show as the first class of the show. Placings will be in groups of blue, red, and white, with ribbon awards only. First place animals will not be eligible to show for Grand Champion. 4-H Market Meat goat will be divided into divisions by weight. Age: Wethers must have kid teeth in normal positions at time of check-in, any wether having lost any kid teeth will be disqualified. Horns: Exhibitors will be required to have horns tipped blunt on all goats before arrival on the grounds. Removal of horns on grounds is NOT permitted. Hair: All meat goats must be uniformly clipped with 3/8 inch length of hair or less above the knee and hock joints to include the head, excluding the tail, prior to arrival on the grounds. All meat goats should arrive on the Warren County Fairgrounds clipped and show ready. ENTRY FORM: Copy of the Livestock Identification Report for meat goats, 4H-106-LS, Iowa 4-H Market Meat goat Verification Form for market meat goat, must accompany entry forms with all required information included on the form and submitted to county extension office by May 15. The registration fee is $3.00 per head and must be paid with entry. No refunds. All meat goats must be penned in the assigned pens. All 4-H Meat goat exhibitors must be certified through the Food Safety and Quality Assurance Program. There will no coloring agent or paint used on any meat goat. Exhibitors in violation will not be allowed to show.

Division 180: Meat Goat Classes divided by weight.

Champion Meat Goat.......................Rosette Reserve Champion Meat Goat........Rosette Showmanship......................... Ribbons Only

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Premiums: 1st: $5 * 2nd: $3 * 3rd: $2 * 4th: $1 * 5th: $1


4-H and FFA Breeding Meat Does

weigh-in with the Superintendents. There shall be no coloring agents, powder or oil, used on hogs while at the fair. The use of ether is strictly prohibited. Pigs in violation will not be allowed to show. HF557 says that starting January 1, 2012 isolation and testing for pseudorabies will no longer be required by law for swine returning to home or other location after exhibition. HF557 also says that the sponsor of the exhibition will need to submit a report to IDALS (Iowa Dept. of Ag & Land Stewardship) on a form developed by IDALS stating where swine came from and where they will return to after exhibitionso that is some additional responsibility for the fair board, swine superintendents, fair vet, etc. All breeding gilts must be weighed and ear tagged. Breeding gilts may only show in one division. (Cannot show same pig in Market Division.) First place class winners will show for Champion. Champion and Reserve Champion will be selected and trophy and rosette presented. Breeding gilts will be dismissed from the fair at 10:00 p.m. on Sunday evening. All livestock exhibitors (except horse exhibitors) are to wear a collared, sleeved, tucked in shirt or an official 4-H/FFA t-shirt tucked in, to the show ring. A double entry fee will be charged for any changes made after entry week. Enter by division, classes will be split by weight.

Superintendent: Jeremy and Marta Snow

4-H & FFA

Breeding meat does must be checked in between 7:007:30 a.m. on Wednesday. Animals cannot leave the trailer until checked by a vet or vet appointed representative. Do not stall any animals until inspected. Entries are open to any breed or crossbred does. Does may be commercial and or registered. Doelings that were carried over from meat goat show in the prior years county fair may be exhibited. All breeding meat does must walk across the scales and be tagged at weigh-in with an official 4-H tag and scrapies tag or registration tattoo prior to May 15. Birth dates should be listed on the Iowa 4-H meat goat verification for (4-H-106). Birth dates for breeding meat does will be required at Fair entry time. Birth dates will be used to determine the class divisions. The show date will be the base date in computing all ages. Take the show date and count back to the birth of the goat to determine age and the class of the animal. Each 4-H’er may ID at weigh-in 4 breeding meat does. A total of 4 market and breeding may be shown at the fair. All entries must be taught to lead. All breeding does must have there coats clean and their hooves must be properly cleaned and trimmed. Horns will be allowed, but tipped and blunted. Removal of horns on grounds is NOT permitted. Clipping/fitting will be left up to the discretion of the exhibitor. All breeding meat does should arrive on the Warren County Fairgrounds show ready. All goats must be penned in assigned pens

Division 310

Breeding Gilt

4-H and FFA Swine

Division 181: 12-23 months Division 182: 24-36 months Division 183: 36 months Plus

Superintendents: Verle McGraw, Gary Dittmer, Mark Goodhue, John Butler, Allison Henry

A double entry fee will be charged for any changes made after entry week. Hormel foods are the buyers of the market hogs for 2012. Hormel strongly encourages a voluntary 14-day withdrawal of any CHLORTETRACYCLINE product. Due to packer concerns, it is strongly recommended that pigs are not clipped. Short hair complicates processing of the animals. Hair cannot be clipped shorter than 1/2”. Superintendents will have final approval and can dismiss hogs from fair and/or sale. A Premise ID number for the farm where the swine are raised will be required by Hormel. Pigs must have been farrowed on or after January 10 of current year. Each pig must have been earnotched and properly identified on the Swine Identification Form (4H-106-f) and submitted to the Extension Office by May 15, of current year. Please read the “General Rules and Regulations” and “Rules for Livestock”. All livestock exhibitors (except horse exhibitors) are to wear a collared, sleeved, tucked in shirt or an official 4-H/FFA t-shirt tucked in, into the show ring. Each exhibitor may exhibit a total of five market pigs in the Crossbred or Grade Market Divisions and a total of five market pigs in the Purebred Market Division. These pigs may be barrows or gilts or any combination of each. If entries exceed the capacity of the swine facility, the number of pigs each exhibitor may exhibit may be adjusted accordingly. Each exhibitor may exhibit two individuals and one penof-three in the Crossbred or Grade Classes and two individuals and one pen-of-three in the Purebred Classes. Also each exhibitor may exhibit two gilts, which may be Crossbred or Purebred, in the Breeding Gilt Division. A maximum of eleven (11) pigs may be shown by each exhibitor, ten market pigs

Champion Breeding meat Doe-Rosette Reserve Champion Breeding meat Doe-Rosette Showmanship-Ribbons

4-H and FFA Breeding Gilts

Superintendents: Verle McGraw, Gary Dittmer, Mark Goodhue, John Butler, Allison Henry

Breeding gilts will be judged on conformation, soundness, and materal traits that indicate long-lived productive sows. Pigs must have been farrowed on or after January 10, 2012. Each pig must have been earnotched and properly identified on the Swine Identification Form and submitted to the Extension Office by May 15, 2012. Please read the “General Rules and Regulations” and “Rules for Livestock”. Each exhibitor may show two breeding gilts (either crossbred or purebred). Each exhibitor limited to 11 pigs. Quarantined animals or animals from quarantined herds cannot be exhibited. Swine exhibitors at county fairs that do not require a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection, must sign and present an owner affidavit that the animals being exhibited did not originate from a quarantined herd and to the best of their knowledge, swine dysentery has not been in evidence in their herd from the past 12 months. All swine must have a current erysipelas vaccination. Breeding gilts will not be sold in the Market Pig Auction. Breeding classes divided by weight if eight or more gilts are entered. Breeding or Market designation will be stated at fair

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Crossbred Market Pig

and one breeding gilt, or nine market and two breeding gilts. Members are encouraged to use pigs from the pen-of-three in the individual Market Classes. To be eligible for exhibition, market pigs must weigh at least 210 pounds at the time of weigh-in. All pigs, Market and Breeding, will be weighed only once, unless there is an obvious mechanical problem with the scales. The weigh-in weight will also be the official sale weight. Market pigs not weighing at least 210 pounds must go immediately to slaughter or taken home. Exhibitors must designate to the Superintendents immediately after weighing, before leaving the weigh-in area (show ring), which animals are to be shown as individuals and as pens-of-three in each market division and which gilts, if any, are to be shown as a breeding gilt. The pigs, Market and Breeding, will be divided by weight into approximately equal classes. Fair entries will be made by number of pigs and not by the gender of the market pigs. A Breeding Gilt entry may be made without designating a specific gilt. All Market Division swine weighing 210 pounds or more will be sold at auction and sent directly to a slaughter establishment from the exhibition. No pigs can be sold in the auction that have not been exhibited. Breeding gilts will NOT be sold in the Market Pig Auction. They may be taken home, moved to a purchaser’s herd, or taken to slaughter by the exhibitor. There will be no coloring agents, powder or oil used on hogs while at the fair. The use of either is strictly prohibited. Pigs found in violation will not show or sell. Swine exhibitors at county fairs that do not require a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection, must sign and present an owner affidavit that the animals being exhibited did not originate from a quarantined herd and to the best of their knowledge, swine dysentery has not been in evidence in their herd for the past 12 months. Quarantined animals or animals from quarantined herds cannot be exhibited. Warren County Produced Eligibility Statement: (copies available from fair secretary) Animals must be born, produced and raised in Warren County. Producer must be a resident of Warren County. Animal must be purchased directly from Warren County producers. All swine must have current erysipelas vaccination.

Pigs may be either barrows or gilts and need not be litter mates. Division 303: Crossbred Class No. 13 Individual Crossbred Market Pig 14 Pen-of-Three (Crossbred Market Pig) Champion Crossbred Gilt .............................................Banner Champion Crossbred Barrow .......................................Banner Champion Crossbred or Grade Market Pen-of-Three .....................................Banner Reserve Champions ..................................................... Ribbons WCP Crossbred Pen-of-Three .....................................Banner Champions of Div. 300 & 303 will compete for Grand Champion Market Pig Grand Champion Market Pig .......................................Banner Grand Champion Market Pen-of-Three ....................Banner Reserve Grand Champions ........................................ Ribbons WCP ...............................................................................Banner

Swine Showmanship As of September 15th of the previous year: Junior Showmanship is for youth in grades 4-6. Intermediate Showmanship is for youth in grades 7-9. Senior Showmanship is for youth grades 10-12.

Swine Carcass Class

4-H and FFA Sheep

Superintendents: Larry Snuggs, Delane Palmer, Mike Goodhue, Silas Anderson, Randy Eubank

Premiums: 1st: $7 * 2nd: $5 * 3rd: $3 * 4th: $2 * 5th: $1

Please read the “General Rules and Regulations” and “Rules for Livestock.” Check in will be 7:30-8:30 a.m. Wednesday. Market and Breeding sheep will be checked in at the scales before leaving the trailer. Do not stall any market or breeding sheep before they are inspected. Will be inspected by vet, or vet appointed rep before leaving trailer. An individual animal that shows in Division 135 Commercial Breeding Ewe is not eligible for Division 25 whether sire, dam. All livestock exhibitors (except horse exhibitors) are to wear a collared, sleeved, tucked in shirt or an official 4-H/FFA t-shirt tucked in, into the show ring. A double entry fee will be charged for any changes made after entry week.

Purebred Market Pigs Pigs may be either barrows or gilts. The sire and dam must be registered and numbers recorded on the 4-H Swine Identification Form on file at the Extension Office by May 15. Division 300: Purebred Class No. 11 Individual Purebred Market Pig 12 Pen-of-Three Purebred Market Pigs Champion Purebred Market Pig...................................Banner Champion Purebred Pen-of-Three ..............................Banner Reserve Champions ...................................................... Ribbon WCP Purebred Pen-of-Three .......................................Banner

Premiums: 1st: $5 * 2nd: $3 * 3rd: $2 * 4th-6th: $1 Family Bred, Owned and Raised ..............................Ribbons only

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Any exhibitor can enter only one animal, barrow or gilt. The carcass animal can be sold thru the auction. The carcass animal will be processed at the Milo locker. Details of the formulas and scoring tables used to determine quality and yield grades along with grid values will be available at weigh-in time.


Champion Commercial Breeding Ewe ..............................Rosette Reserve Champion Commercial Breeding Ewe ...............Rosette Division 135 104 Commercial Breeding Ewe Lamb 105 Commercial Breeding Yearling Ewe

Purebred Sheep Sheep eligible: Both lambs (born on or after January 1 of current year) and yearlings that have been carried as purebred lamb projects last year. (Exception: Fall Dorset lambs must have been dropped between September 1 and December 31 last year.) In addition, member may purchase one yearling ewe by May 15 of current year. Members may make as many entries as they desire, but cannot receive more than two premiums and ribbons in any one class. Purebred sheep entered in these classes may not be entered in Market Lamb or Commercial Breeding Ewe classes. Purebred sheep will be shown by breed with premiums applying to each breed. Name of breed and birthdate are to be listed on entry form. Champion Ewe (each breed) ...............................................Rosette Reserve Champion Ewe (each breed) ................................ Rosette Supreme Champion Ewe ...................................................... Banner Reserve Supreme Champion Ewe ....................................... Banner

4-H & FFA Division Purebred Sheep Department CLASS NUMBER

Market Lamb Division Winner ................................. Ribbon Grand Champion Market Lamb .................................Banner Reserve Grand Champion Market Lamb ..................Banner Champion Pen-of-Three Market Lambs ...................Banner Reserve Champion Pen-of-Three Lambs ..................Banner

DIVISION 136 Columbia DIVISION 137 Corriedale DIVISION 138 Hampshire DIVISION 139 Cheviot DIVISION 140 Dorset DIVISION 141 Oxford Down DIVISION 142 Whether/ Sire/ Dam DIVISION 143 Suffolk

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Market Lambs Lambs must be born on or after January 1 of current year. Each member may weigh in a total of eight, and are limited to entering not more than four at the County Fair. All market sheep must be weighed and eartagged according to 4-H rules and policies. Rate-of-gain will be figured on each lamb, and special ribbons will be given to the top 15%. Lambs entered in the Market Lamb classes may not be entered in the Commercial Breeding Ewe or Purebred Sheep classes. Lambs will be weighed and divided by weight into approximately equal classes. Lambs will be weighed only once, and weigh-in weight will be the sale weight. Any lamb weighing 79 pounds or under at weigh-in time will be shown in a Feeder Lamb class and will be awarded ribbons only. Bring 4 individual - pick pen of three before weigh-in at fair. The Pen-of-Three Market Lamb class shall consist of three market lambs belonging to one member. The eartag numbers of each market lamb in the pen-of-three must be declared prior to being weighed at fair weigh-in time. The Pen-of-Three class will be divided into classes of approximately equal weight. Ram lambs and cryptochids will not be allowed to show as market lambs. No icing, alcohol, or artificial coloring of lambs at any time while on the fairgrounds. No wetting of lambs two hours before or during show. No drenching of lambs at any time. Must have a licensed veterinarian and superintendent present if a lamb is in need of drenching. All sexually intact sheep must have an individual Scrapie Flock of Origin identification tag. Weighing of market lambs will be Wednesday, 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. All market sheep must be “slick-sheared� before weigh-in at the Warren County Fair. Any lamb weighing under 92 pounds will not be sold at the Market Lamb Auction.

Ewe Lamb

110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117

Yearling Ewe

120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127

Fall Ewe Lamb

134

Division 133 101 Market Lamb 102 Pen-of-Three Market Lambs

Sheep Showmanship

Commercial Breeding Ewe

Showmanship contest for both market and breeding sheep exhibitors will be held during the market sheep show. An exhibitor must show his or her own animal during showmanship. All sheep showmanship exhibitors shall wear their respective 4-H or FFA show shirts. Trophies are awarded to top showmen in their age division, and can be won only once. Junior Showmanship is open to youth who have completed grades 4-6 in the previous school year. Intermediate Showmanship is open to youth who have completed grades 7-8 in the previous school year. Senior Showmanship is open to youth who have completed grades 9-12 in the previous school year.

Both ewe lambs (born on or after January 1 of current year) and yearling ewes that were carried as commercial breeding ewes by the member as a project last year may be exhibited. In addition, member may purchase one yearling ewe by May 15 of current year. All commercial ewe lambs must be tagged at weigh-in with an official 4-H tag. Birthdates for commercial ewes will also be required at Fair entry time. Members may enroll more than four animals as projects on the 4-H Sheep Identification Form, but may enter a total of four ewes (lambs, yearlings or a combination of both) at the County Fair. Commercial ewes must meet the same health requirements as market lambs or purebred sheep. All breeds in each age division show in one class; but if class numbers warrant, the Superintendents may divide classes. Any ewes entered in these classes may not be entered in the Market Lamb or Purebred Sheep classes. Commercial ewes may NOT be sold in the Lamb Auction.

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4-H and FFA Horse and Pony

Please read the “General Rules and Regulations” and “Rules for Livestock.” 1. Horses, ponies and exhibitors must be on the grounds to check in by 8:00 a.m., Thursday. Horses and ponies MUST remain on the grounds until Sunday, at 10:00 p.m. Animals are not to arrive before Wednesday. 2. Each 4-H or FFA member is limited to exhibiting three horse/pony projects A fourth animal may be exhibited if the dam was a former 4-H or FFA project. (A mare and foal are considered one (1) animal project.) 3. In accordance with ownership guidelines referenced on the back of your ID form.: To exhibit in classes in which the primary emphasis of evaluation is the skill level of the 4-H’er, ownership is not required; however, the 4-H’er must take an active role in the care of the animal (includes feeding, cleaning, training, health care, farrier care, excercising, etc.) Horses to be exhibited in conformation (halter) classes must be owned by the 4-H’er or in partnership with a family member. Leased horses may be shown in showmanship and riding or driving classes. If the horse is leased, attach a signed lease agreement (4H106CL) must be attached to the identification form. If a 4-H’er leases a horse, that horse shall be the only riding horse the 4-H’er may identify as a 4-H project horse. 4. No stallions, older than 12 months of age, will be allowed to be shown at the County Fair. 5. Exhibitors in English-type Halter classes are to wear full English attire which consists of a long sleeve white shirt, traditional English type breeches, English type jacket and English type riding boot. Horses should also be shown in proper English equipment. Helmets and armbands are mandatory. 6. Exhibitors in Western Halter, Performance, and Western Driving are to wear a long-sleeved white blouse or shirt (tie optional), solid blue colored riding jeans, and Western-style boots. Spurs are optional in performance classes and chaps are prohibited. Exception: 4-H or FFA t-shirt may be worn in timed events. 4-H arm bands are mandatory in all classes and should be worn on the left arm. Helmets are mandatory in all Performance classes. See #8. Western style hats are allowed in Western Halter and Showmanship. 7. FFA exhibitors are to wear black jeans, white shirt, FFA jacket (optional) and FFA badge or armband as designated by FFA rules. Helmets are mandatory. 8. All exhibitors participating in performance classes must wear an American Society of Testing Materials (ASTM) and Safety Engineering Institute (SEI) approved headgear with chinstrap and properly fitted harness while mounted and riding. 9. All exhibitors may wear ASTM/SEI approved headgear in any class without penalty from the judge. 10. Anyone riding a horse or pony during the fair either in the arena or on the grounds must wear a helmet and boots. 11. The Warren County Fair and the Warren County Extension Service make no representation or warranty, express or implied, about any protective headgear as all equestrian sports involve inherent dangerous risk and as no helmet can protect against all foreseeable injuries. 12. Whips may be used in English Halter classes as aids with excessive use to be penalized at the Judge’s option.

Halter Classes Horse show begins promptly at 9:00 a.m. Horses and ponies will be shown at halter and will be judged on confirmation, general appearance and action. Animals may be co-owned by family members for halter classes. Age and class base dates are as follows: Foal: January 1 - May 15, 2012 Yearling: Foaled January 1 - December 31, 2011 Two-Year-Old: Foaled January 1 - December 31, 2010 Three-Year-Old: Foaled January 1 - December 31, 2009 Four-Year-Old: Foaled on or before December 31, 2008 Premiums on each class: 1st: $5 * 2nd: $4 * 3rd: $3 * 4th: $2 * 5th: $1 Champion Pony .......................................................................Award Reserve Champion Pony ........................................................Award Champion Horse .....................................................................Award Reserve Champion Horse ......................................................Award

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13. The regular stall fee, as printed in the Premium List, will include participation in one class. A $1.00 fee will be charged for each additional class entered. 14. All exhibitors will be eligible to compete in the showmanship contest. Entries in this contest must be made during Fair entry time. 15. No class will be held for more than three minutes after the class has been called and the first horse has entered the arena. However, if equipment changes are necessary between classes, exhibitors must notify the Superintendents (who may, at their discretion, delay calling the next class). 16. Only exhibitors and members of the immediate family or local club leader can assist in grooming and fitting animals at the show. Only exhibitors and members of the immediate family may ride the horses/ponies/mule at the show. Outside help may be the basis for disqualification. 17. Animals will be placed in purple, blue, red, and white award groups. 18. A double entry fee will be charged for any changes made after entry week. 19. Unweaned foals must be shown along side their dam. The dam must be handled by another exhibitor, parent or 4-H leader and will not be judged in this class. 20. The arena will be open daily from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. for riding, with the exception of when shows are in process. Horses are to be in their stalls at 8 p.m. The arena will be available for riding ONLY when a Horse Superintendent is present at the arena for supervision. Times along the Superintendent supervising the arena will be posted in the Secretary’s office. 21. Any rules not addressed in this book can be found in the 4-H Publication, “Rules and Regulations for 4-H Equine Shows in Iowa”(4H 511C Revised June 2008). 22. In the event of injury or illness of a horse during or prior to the fair, another horse may be substituted as long as it was listed on the Horse and Pony Identification Form prior to May 15th of that year. Also, a letter of release from the vet will be required and copy given to Fair Secretary prior to show. 23. Each exhibitor may enter only one animal in each class.

Superintendents: Stephanie Santi, Malinda Palmer, Sarah McPherson, Lindsay Black, Sarlynn Heston, Carol Timpke


Division 145: Halter—Western-type or English PONIES (Less than 14.1 hands—Mature Height) 101 Foals—see Rule #19 102 Yearling Ponies 103 Two-Year-Old Ponies 104 Three-Year-Old Ponies 105 Four-Year-Old and Older Mare Ponies 106 Four-Year-Old and Older Gelding Ponies Division 145: Halter—Western-type HORSES (14.1 hands and taller—Mature Height) 107 Foals—see Rule #19 108 Yearlings 109 Two-Year-Olds 110 Three-Year-Olds 111 Four-Year-Old and Older Mares 112 Four-Year-Old and Older Geldings Division 145: Halter—English-type HORSES (14.1 Hands and taller—Mature Height) 113 Horse any age Division 145: Halter—Miniature Horses/Donkeys 114 Miniature Horses or Donkeys, Any Age

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Performance Classes 1. Entries in the Performance Classes will be shown under saddle and judged on manner, way of going, and performance (at walk, trot, and canter — for pleasure class unless designated). 2. The Stock Horse Class will be conducted following the guidelines in the 4-H publication, “Rules and Regulations for 4-H Equine Shows in Iowa”(4H 511C Revised June 2008). 3. Ponies and Light Horses will show together in all classes except pleasure. 4. Spurs may be used in all riding classes. Whips will be allowed in Driving only. No whips, bats, quirts, or over/ unders will be allowed in games. All timed event runs will start and end inside the arena and the exhibitor must dismount before exiting. 5. Each exhibitor may enter only one animal in each class. Each animal may be ridden in only one Western, English Pleasure and Ranch Horse Class, one Pole Bending Class, one Barrel Racing Class, one Reining Class, and one Trail Class. Horses/ponies/mules must be 2 years old or older to be shown in performance classes. 6. Grade in school just completed is the determining factor for exhibitors in Performance Classes. (i.e. Junior, Intermediate or Senior.) Premiums on each class: 1st: $5 * 2nd: $4 * 3rd: $3 * 4th: $2 * 5th: $1

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provided at fair sign up in which a parent or guardian will be required to sign acknowledging their child has attended at least two formal Hunter Hack sessions. Superintendents reserve the right to prevent any horse/ rider combination from entering class. Walk-Trot Pleasure-1st or 2nd Year Horse Exhibitor. (Horse/Rider combination restricted to this pleasure class only.) Exhibitors entered in this class may not enter in classes 119 through 121 and 123 through 136. Pony Western Pleasure: Any Age Exhibitor (Any pony less than 14.1 hands) Ranch Horse Class (This pleasure horse class is judged based on a natural ground covering walk, trot and lope with a natural head carriage. Horses are not to have excessive speed and heads should not have an excessively high carriage. A further description of this class can be found on page 150 in the Rules and Regulations for 4-H Equine Shows in Iowa.) Western Pleasure Class — Horses 14.1 and over — Senior Exhibitor Western Pleasure Class — Horses 14.1 and over — Intermediate Exhibitor Western Pleasure Class — Horses 14.1 and over — Junior Exhibitor Horsemanship —Western & English- Senior Exhibitor Horsemanship—Western & English- Intermediate Exhibitor Horsemanship—Western & English- Junior Exhibitor Reining Horse—Senior Exhibitor Reining Horse—Intermediate Exhibitor Reining Horse—Junior Exhibitor Trail Class— Senior Exhibitor Trail Class— Intermediate Exhibitor Trail Class— Junior Exhibitor

Speed Event Classes will be held on Friday at 1 p.m.. No Judge will be present. Superintendents will supervise timed events and rules can be referred in both the Warren County Fair book and Rules and Regulations for 4-H Equine Shows in Iowa. 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145

Barrel Racing—Senior Exhibitor Barrel Racing—Intermediate Exhibitor Barrel Racing—Junior Exhibitor Flag Race —Senior Exhibitor Flag Race —Intermediate Exhibitor Flag Race —Junior Exhibitor Pole Bending—Senior Exhibitor Pole Bending—Intermediate Exhibitor Pole Bending—Junior Exhibitor

Saturday, July 28th • 1:00 p.m. • Fun Show Rules and Regulations 1. Show rules for Fun Show will be the same as 4-H Show 2. Exhibitors will be allowed to wear T-shirts, all other attire to follow 4-H show guidelines. Helmets required. 3. Judging is at Superintendent’s discretion 4. Exhibitors do not need to pre-enter for classes during entry week. 5. There will be no charge for fun show classes. 6. Horses sent home due to space limitations may be brought back into fairgrounds for this event. 7. Classes are subject to change 8. Armbands are not required for fun show

Division 146: Showmanship—Performance Class 115 Senior Exhibitor (Grades 9,10,11 & 12) 116 Intermediate Exhibitor (Grades 7 & 8) 117 Junior Exhibitor (Grades 4, 5 & 6) Division 146: Performance 118 Driving Class: Any breed of horse or pony, pulling any type of sound vehicle. 119 Senior English Pleasure: Hunt or Saddle Seat-Horse or Pony 120 Junior/Intermediate English Pleasure: Hunt or Saddle Seat-Horse or Pony 121 Hunter Hack: Jumps 2’3” to 3’ Exhibitors must attend at least two formal Hunter Hack training sessions before entering. Forms will be

**Warren County Horse Club will sponsor awards for fun show classes**

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Classes 1. Double Barrels 2. Tandem Bareback 3. Ride-A-Buck 4. Egg and Spoon Race 5. Break the Gait 6. Keyhole 7. Candy Bar Race 8. Ribbon Barrels 9. Musical Horses 10. Izzy Dizzy

All regular and non-regular classes will be eligible to compete for High Scoring Dog. Division 147: Obedience Classes Class 1. PRE-NOVICE “A”: For dogs and exhibitors in their first year of 4-H Dog Obedience Training. Dogs will heel, do the figure 8 and stand for examination all on leash. They will recall on leash and do sits for one minute and downs for three minutes on leash. Dog must not have completed any leg toward any CD degree. 2. PRE-NOVICE “B”: For dog in their first year of training and for exhibitors who are in their second year or greater of dog obedience, or for exhibitors who have not achieved a qualifying score in a non-4-H dog obedience show or have a dog with previous experience. Dogs will heel, stand for examination and do figure 8 all on leash. They will recall on leash and do long sits for one minute and downs for three minutes on leash. Dogs must not have completed any leg towards any CD degree.

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Superintendents: Al Nichols, Karen Dutcher

1. Please read the “General Rules and Regulations” and “Rules for Livestock”. A double entry fee will be charged for any changes made after entry week. Enter dogs by name on entry form. 2. All livestock exhibitors (except horse exhibitors) are to wear a collared, sleeved, tucked in shirt or an official 4-H/FFA t-shirt tucked in, into the show ring. 3. ALL DOGS MUST BE ON A LEASH. DOGS MUST NOT BE TAKEN NEAR OTHER LIVESTOCK OR INTO EXHIBIT BUILDINGS. FEMALES IN SEASON CANNOT BE SHOWN. No dogs will be housed at the fairgrounds. They are to be brought in and returned home following the judging. 4. All dogs must complete 4-H training and compete in an obedience class to be eligible to compete in any agility or showmanship class. 5. Dogs will be evaluated for grooming on the following areas: a. All dogs should be well groomed, free of loose hair, fleas, lice and other insects. b. Toe nails should be of a suitable length. c. Ears and eyes should be clean and clear. 6. The same dog cannot enter more than one obedience class with the exception of sub-novice and graduate novice and open classes. A charge of $1.00 per animal per class (except showmanship) will be made for entry fee. Inspection by the Fair Veterinarian will cost 25 cents. 7. Dogs cannot be shown in both the Dog Show and the Pet Show. 8. Health requirements: Members must bring certificate from a veterinarian (at the time of the fair) showing that the dog has had a rabies shot during the past three years, and has had distemper and parvo vaccinations within the past year. 9. Scores will be used to determine class level along with experience of the exhibitor and dog. A qualifying score is achieved when an exhibitor earns 170 points or more. When an exhibitor achieves a qualifying score, they must advance to the next class. An exhibitor who does not achieve a qualifying score may remain in the same class the following year. The only exception to this is for Pre-Novice “A” exhibitors who must advance to Pre-novice “B” the next year. 10.No tents, canopies or awning, etc. maybe set up no earlier than 7 a.m. the day of the dog show and must be removed on completion of the dog show. Premiums on each class: 1st: $4 * 2nd: $3 * 3rd: $2 * 4th: $1 High Scoring Dog ................................................................. Banner

3. SUBNOVICE: For dog and handlers with two years or less of obedience training. Exercises: heel on leash, figure 8 on leash, recall off leash, stand for examination off leash, sit-stay for one minute and down-stay for three minutes off leash. Dogs must not have finished third leg toward any CD degree.

5. NOVICE “B”: For exhibitors who have achieved a qualifying score in Novice “A”. Dogs will heel and do figure 8 on lead and heel off leash, stand for examination off leash, recall off leash, sit-stay for one minute and down-stay for three minutes off leash. This class is open to dogs that have not completed their third leg towards any CD degree. Dogs entered in this class may NOT be entered in PreNovice “A”, Pre-Novice “B”, Sub novice or Novice “A”. 6. GRADUATE NOVICE “A”: This class is open to project exhibitors of three or more years who have achieved a qualifying score in a 4-H dog obedience show in the Novice “A” or Novice “B” class. However, a qualifying score is not required to enter this class. Dogs will heel on and off leash, do figure 8 off leash, stand for examination off leash, drop on recall off leash, do long sits for three minutes and long downs for five minutes, both off leash and with the exhibitor out of site. Dogs entered in their class CANNOT be entered in Pre-Novice “A”, Pre-Novice “B”, Novice “A”, Sub novice or Novice “B”. Open to dogs that do not have any CDX degree.. 7. GRADUATE NOVICE “B”: (Same as State Fair Graduate Novice) This class is open to project exhibitors of three or more years who have achieved a qualifying score

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4. NOVICE “A”: For exhibitors with three years or less of dog obedience who have achieved a qualifying score in a 4-H dog obedience show in a Pre-Novice “A” or PreNovice “B” class. A qualifying score is not required to advance to this class. Dogs entered in this class may NOT be entered in Pre-Novice “A” or Pre-Novice “B” or Sub novice class. Dogs will heel and do figure 8 on lead and heel off leash, stand for examination off leash, recall off leash, sit-stay for one minute and down-stay for three minutes off leash. This class is open to dogs that have not completed their third leg towards any CD degree.


4-H and FFA Rabbit

in a 4-H dog obedience show in the Novice “A” or Novice “B” class. However, a qualifying score is not required to enter this class. Dogs will heel off leash, do figure 8 off leash, moving drop on recall off leash, dumbbell recall off leash, recall over broad jump off leash, and high jump off leash, and long downs for three minutes off leash and with exhibitor out of site. Dogs entered in this class cannot be entered in Pre-Novice “A”, Pre-Novice “B”, Sub novice class, or Novice “B” or Grad Novice “A”. Open to dogs that do not have any CDX degree.

Superintendent: Penny Braun and Melissa Hall

Exhibitors check in with superintendent from 2:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. on Wednesday. 1. A double entry fee will be charged for any changes made after entry week. 2. All rabbits must be health inspected prior to placing in cage on Wednesday between 2 p.m. and 9 p.m. 3. Any rabbit found to have a communicable disease will not be allowed to show or placed in a cage or in the barn. This includes as example, but not limited to, nose or eye discharge, vent disease, ear mites, fleas or furmites. 4. All livestock exhibitors (except horse exhibitors) are to wear a collared, sleeved, tucked in shirt or an official 4-H/FFA t-shirt tucked in jeans or long pants, into the show ring or showing area. 5. Pens will be supplied at Fairgrounds. Owner must furnish his own feed, feeders, waterers, and bedding. Each member must provide their own padlocks and be responsible for locking their assigned cages. 6. All rabbits must be earmarked in left ear (may use a permanent marker), so there will not be an error as to ownership. 7. Any rabbit to be exhibited at the State Fair must have a permanent tattoo in the left ear. 8. Does with nursing litters and juniors still nursing, are not permitted to exhibit. 9. Members are limited to making two entries in each class with a maximum of 12 entries per 4-H’er. Proper breeds and class must be listed on entry blank. Any cross bred, or unrecognized bredd or variety, as determined by the ARBA (American Rabbit Breeders Association must be entered in Pet class. 10. If there are fewer than three entries per class, the judge may use his discretion in combining classes. 11. Rabbits cannot be shown in both the Rabbit Show and the Pet Show. 12. Breed and class determinations must be made at the time the Fair entries are made, with the age of rabbit to be based on it’s actual age on show date. 13. Age determination for classes is as follows:

8. OPEN: This class is open to project exhibitors of three or more years who have achieved a qualifying score in the Graduate Novice class. Dogs will heel and figure 8 off leash, drop on recall, retrieve on flat, retrieve over the high jump, recall over the broad jump, three minute sit-stay and five minute down-stays with exhibitor out of sight. Dogs entered in this class may not enter in Pre-Novice “A”, PreNovice “B”, SubNovice, Novice “A” or Novice “B”. High scoring Dog: Highest point total for obedience in classes Pre-Novice “A”, Pre-Novice “B”, Novice “A”, Novice “B”, SubNovice or Graduate Novice.

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Agility Classes: 9. PRE-NOVICE AGILITY: For dogs and exhibitors in their first year of 4-H dog training. Dogs will follow course on leash. Time standards will be based on 2 minutes, penalties will be assessed for any time over. Open to exhibitors showing in Pre-Novice “A” Obedience. 10. NOVICE AGILITY: For exhibitors in their second year or greater and dogs who are in their first year thru third year of 4-H training. Dogs will follow course on or off leash. If dog is on leash, a 5 point deduction will be assessed immediately. If dog is off leash, a 1 point deduction will be assessed each time the leash is touched. Time standards will be based on 1 minute 30 seconds, penalties will be assessed for any time over. Open to exhibitors showing in Pre-Novice “B” and Novice “A” Obedience. 11. OPEN AGILITY: For exhibitors in their second year or greater and dogs in their fourth year or greater of 4-H training. Dogs will follow course off leash. Time standards will be based on one minute, penalties will be assessed for any time over. Open to exhibitors showing in Novice “B”, Graduate Novice “A”, or Open Obedience.

Commercial Breeds: Seniors: 8 months and over Intermediates: 6 to 8 months Juniors: under 6 months Meat Pens: Pen-of-three rabbits, all same breed, variety and weight. No rabbit over 70 days old. Minimum weight 3lb. eaxh, maximum weight 5lb. each. Do not have to be from same litter

Showmanship: 12. JUNIOR SHOWMANSHIP: Ribbon (for exhibitors in grades 4-6) 13. INTERMEDIATE SHOWMANSHIP: Ribbon (for exhibitors in grades 7-8) 14. SENIOR SHOWMANSHIP: Ribbon (for exhibitors in grades 9-12)

Fancy and Pet Breeds: Seniors: Juniors:

6 months and over Under 6 months

Premiums on each class: 1st: $3 * 2nd: $2 * 3rd: $1 * 4th: 75¢ * 5th: 50¢

OVERALL SHOWMANSHIP: For 1st place exhibitors from Junior Showmanship, Intermediate Showmanship, and Senior Showmanship.

Best Rabbit in Show and Reserve Rabbit in Show ..........Rosette Best Commercial Rabbit and Reserve Commercial Rabbit .......................................Rosette Best Fancy Rabbit and Reserve Fancy Rabbit ..................Rosette

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Showmanship (based on 4-H age group) JUNIOR Showmanship (for exhibitors in grades 4-6) INTERMEDIATE Showmanship (for exhibitors in grades 7-8) SENIOR Showmanship (for exhibitors in grades 9-12)

6. A Superintendent will assign pens. Exhibitors are responsible for the care of their birds. Exhibitors MUSTprovide feed, feeders, water and clean up pens. See #8 open show rules. Premiums will not be paid if pens are not cleaned or birds are not checked out by release time. 7. Birds should be in place by noon on Wednesday. The show will be at 11:00 a.m. on Friday. Birds will be released following the show and must be checked out by 9:00 p.m. 8. Pens must contain birds of the same sex and age. Exception: Ducks and Geese. 9. Once the show has begun, exhibitors will handle birds only at the Judge’s request. 10. Birds will be judged by the comparison method, demostrating uniform growth, appropriate market/ production breed selection, and appearance. 11. There will be poultry Showmanship classes for Junior, Intermediate, and Senior 4-H’ers, following the bird judging. No pre-entry or entry fee required.

First Year Rabbit Showman ................................................ Rosette Overall Champion Rabbit Showman ................................Ribbon (Pre-entry not required for Showmanship. Can be won more than once.) Class No. DIVISION 148 (identify by breed and age on entry form) Commercial: 1C Senior Buck 2C Senior Doe 3C Intermediate Buck 4C Intermediate Doe 5C Junior Buck 6C Junior Doe 7C Meat Pen Fancy: 1F 2F 3F 4F

Premiums on each class: 1st: $3 * 2nd: $2 * 3rd: $1 * 4th: 75¢ * 5th: 50¢

Senior Buck Senior Doe Junior Buck Junior Doe

Pet: (Cross bred and unrecognized breed or variety 1P Senior Buck 2P Senior Doe 3P Junior Buck 4P Junior Doe Added Items (no Pre-Entry Required) Posters (22” x 28”) Science Breed Identification Breed Identification Contest Identify the breed of Rabbit to be completed on Friday. Entry forms available from Rabbit Superintendent.

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Division 149: Production Pullets (poultry raised to produce eggs and are under 20 weeks of age.) 1 Production Pen-of-Three Pullets (white egg strain) 2 Production Pen-of-Three Pullets (brown-tinted egg strain) Division 150: Production Hens - (Poultry raised to produce eggs and over 20 weeks of age) 3 Production Pen-of-Three Hens (white egg strain) 4 Production Pen-of-Three Hens (brown-tinted egg strain)

Superintendent: Al Nichols, David James

1. A double entry fee will be charged for any changes made after entry week. 2. All livestock exhibitors (except horse exhibitors) are to wear a collared, sleeved, tucked in shirt or an official 4-H/FFA t-shirt tucked in, into the show ring. 3. An entry fee of $1.50 per bird must accompany entry blank or they will not be accepted. FEE MUST ACCOMPANY ENTRY BLANK. A service charge of $.25 per bird will be required to cover veterinarian inspection fees. 4. Production and Market pens are limited to one entry per class. 5. Exhibitors must enter their birds in the proper class. Incorrectly entered birds will be placed at the bottom of the class. Birds are not to be placed in pens until they have been approved by the Fair Veterinarian. All birds that do not originate from a Pullorum-Typhoid free hatchery or were not tested prior to the Fair, must be tested and a copy of papes filed with Superintendents. These birds must be kept away from other birds until after being tested.

Division 151: Market Broilers (Poultry raised for meat production under 6 months of age) 5 Pen-of-Three Broilers (under 5 lbs. each, pen total weight under 15 lbs.) 6 Pen-of-Three Roasters (over 5 lbs. each, pen total weight over 15 lbs.) Division 152: Market Ducks (pen of 2 either sex, over 8 weeks of age) 7 Market Duck Division 153: Market Geese (pen of 2 either sex, over 8 weeks of age) 8 Market Geese

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Junior Showmanship..........................................................Ribbon Intermediate Showmanship ..............................................Ribbon Senior Showmanship .........................................................Ribbon Champion Production Pullet Pen ....................................Rosette Reserve Champion Production Pullet Pen .....................Rosette Champion Production Hen Pen ......................................Rosette Reserve Champion Production Hen Pen .......................Rosette Grand Champion Production Pen .................................. Banner Reserve Grand Champion Production Pen ................... Banner Champion Market Broiler-Pen (3) ...................................Rosette Reserve Champion Market Broiler-Pen (3) ....................Rosette Champion Market Roaster-Pen (3) ..................................Rosette Reserve Champion Market Roaster-Pen (3) ...................Rosette Champion Market Duck-Pen (2) .....................................Rosette Reserve Champion Market Duck-Pen (2) ......................Rosette Champion Market Geese-Pen (2) ....................................Rosette Reserve Champion Market Geese-Pen (2) .....................Rosette Grand Champion Market Pen .......................................... Banner Reserve Grand Champion Market Pen ........................... Banner Grand Champion Market Pen will be auctioned off at 4-H Family Night on Sunday.


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an exhibit that is presented as original work by the exhibitor. Exhibitors must include permission from the copyright holder/ owner when using copyrighted materials. Exhibitors must give proper credit to the original source of all materials / designs used in exhibits. (See special rules for Visual Arts and general copyright information for 4-H’ers.)

General Superintendent: Kathy McCoy Other Superintendents: • Agriculture and Natural Resources – Neva McCormick • Clothing Events – Kathy McCoy • Clover Kids – Amber Brown • Communications – Kathy McCoy • Creative Arts – Susan James • Personal Development – Cindy Moorman • Science, Engineering, and Technology – Dick Wittry

8. The 4-H member’s goal and application of exhibit standards will form the basis of the evaluation process. Evaluation criteria will include demonstrated learning, workmanship, techniques, and general appearance and design. Exhibitors will receive a blue, red or white Warren County Fair ribbon.

Family and Consumer Science Superintendents: • Child Development, Consumer Management, and Health – Jennifer Olson • Clothing and Sewing – Colleen Birchmier • Food and Nutrition – Kim DeLay • Home Improvement – Wanda Hunter

Refer to exhibit class evaluation rules/guidelines for detailed evaluation criteria in each class. Rules and guidelines are located on each 4-H project page at http://www.extension.iastate. edu/4h/projects 9. Each exhibitor at the Warren County Fair should be prepared (in writing or orally) to answer the following questions during their conference judging. The Iowa State Fair requires a written explanation, an audio recording or video recording answering the questions with each exhibit.

This department is open to youth who are participating in 4-H Youth Development Programs conducted by Iowa State University Extension. All exhibitors are responsible to read and comply with the Warren County Fair 4-H General Exhibit Rules, 4-H General Rules and Regulations, and all 4-H department exhibit class rules and regulations.

The exhibitor should respond briefly to the following questions about the exhibit: What did you plan to learn or do? (What was your exhibit goal(s)?) What steps did you take to learn or do this? What were the most important things you learned?

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General Exhibit Rules

Check for additional requirements in exhibit classes for food and nutrition, photography, and visual art classes.

1. 4-H members who have completed 4th grade through 12th grade (or that equivalent) are eligible to exhibit at the Warren County Fair.

10. All judges’ decisions are final. 11. Each item in an exhibit must be securely labeled, including: • Class Number • 4-H Club • 4-H Exhibitor’s Name

2. 4-H Clover Kids (Kindergarten-3rd grade) are eligible to exhibit in the 4-H & Youth Building. Clover Kids will “share” their exhibits and receive participation ribbons for their exhibits. Their exhibits may be a school project, simple craft, hobby, collection, etc. Clover Kids may also participate in the stuffed animal “Pet Show” on Saturday, July 28th at 1:00 p.m. Pet Show entries are due during fair sign-up from June 23-June 29, 2012.

PLEASE NOTE: If you are using the same articles of clothing for the Clothing Selection, or $15 Challenge, or the Fashion Revue event and the exhibit building classes - Sewing and Needle Arts and/or Clothing and Fashion, you will need to take them home with you after they are judged on Saturday, July 21st. Please return these items to your club booth on Wednesday, July 25th when the building opens at 9:00 a.m.

3. Eligible exhibits are an outgrowth of work done as a planned part of the 4-H’ers participation in 4-H projects or programs during the current 4-H year (since the 2011 Warren County Fair). Exhibits can be completed by an individual or group and may represent all or part of the learning in the project or program.

However, if the clothing exhibit is considered for the Iowa State Fair then, the Warren County Extension Office Staff will bring the item to the Clothing Event on judging day, Tuesday, July 24th.

4. Exhibits that do not comply with the class description, size guidelines, copyright restrictions, safety and approved methods will be disqualified and not put on public display. 5. If the exhibitor chooses a display to illustrate what was learned:

Other Exhibit Information

• Posters may not exceed 24” x 36” in size.

Due to security, 4-H’ers are discouraged from sending items that have special meaning and historical value as the exhibit or part of an exhibit. The Warren County Fair and Iowa State University Extension will use diligence to insure the safety of articles entered for exhibition after their arrival and placement. However, they will not be responsible for damage or loss by accident, fire, theft, etc.

• Chart boards, graph boards, project presentation boards, model displays, etc., may not exceed 48” x 48” in size. Maximum size is determined by measuring the flat (unfolded) dimensions. • Display boxes may not exceed 28” x 22” in height or width and 12” in depth. 6. Endangered and threatened plants and animals (includes insects), or songbird feathers and nests may NOT be used in any exhibit. 7. Copyrighted materials and designs may not be used in

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Judging Day Procedures and Release of Exhibits

1 p.m.

Everyone must be in line to be judged.

1:30 p.m. Building will be locked until Wednesday at 9:00 a.m.

No “pre-entry” is required for the Exhibit Building at the Warren County Fair with the following exceptions:

PLEASE NOTE: Clover Kids will have their own special time to share their projects on July 21, 2012 from 9:00 - 11:00 a.m.

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Each 4-H’er will need to fill out an entry form listing all of their exhibits. Bring this with you the day of judging (July 21st) for the judge to mark your ribbon placing per exhibit on the entry form. This form needs to be signed by the 4-H’er and turned in at the completion of the day at the check-out table. The entry tag is to be completed and attached securely to the exhibit.

Presentations Extemporaneous Speaking Share-the-Fun Working Exhibits Pet Show Fashion Revue Clothing Selection $15 Challenge

You may get entry forms and tags from your leader, from the Extension Office, or from the Extension website at www.extension. iastate/edu/warren/. It is best to complete these items prior to judging day. Extra forms and tags will be available on the day of judging at the check-in table.

Entries in these areas need to be made during Warren County Fair sign-ups from June 23rd – 29th. All exhibits entered in the 4-H Building will be conference judged. (Exception: Clover Kids will have their own special sharing time.) The purpose of conference judging is to let each member have a personal interview with the judge to discuss what the member planned to do in the project, how the item displayed fits into the goals the member hoped to reach, and how the member feels about the final results of his/her efforts for the year.

JUDGING DAY PROCESS… WHEN YOU ARRIVE AT THE EXHIBIT BUILDING • • • • • • • • • • • •

8 a.m. Happy Hustlers White Oak Climbers Best of the Bunch Three Rivers

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9 a.m. Jackson Hilltoppers Virginia Boosters Indianola Goal Achievers Jefferson Shining Stars

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Baked and garden items will be held for the 4-H Bake/Garden Sale. A picture will be taken of baked items and attached to the ribbon for display. The booth will be set up in the 4-H Exhibit Building and the sale will take place Saturday, July 21st during the judging time. Proceeds will go to the Warren County 4-H Supporter’s Fund.

10 a.m. Shooting Stars Carlisle Ridge Riders Horse Project Club Indianola Thunder Shooting Sports Club

Exhibits are to remain on display in the 4-H & Youth Building until 9:00 p.m. on Sunday, July 29th at which time the General Superintendent or Extension staff will release them.

11 a.m. Belmont Peppers NR Limelighters Whitebreast Norwalk All-Stars

The building will be closed at 7:00 p.m. until the end of the Family Night Program. It will reopen following the program and remain open until 10:00 p.m. The building will be open again on Monday, July 30th from 9:00-10:00 a.m., and then locked. Superintendents will not be responsible for exhibits left after that time.

Noon Be-Square Belmont Badgers Panthers Liberty Bells

PLEASE NOTE: Any exhibit removed prior to 9:00 p.m., Sunday, July 29th, will automatically disqualify the 4-H member from entering the County 4-H competition the following year,

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Conference judging provides an opportunity for the 4-H member to express his/her thoughts to an adult. It is an opportunity for the adult to listen to the youth and converse together; the result being a mutually satisfying experience. Each club is assigned a time for judging on Saturday, July 21st. At the scheduled time, all members in that club are to bring their exhibits to the 4-H & Youth Exhibit Building to participate in conference judging. If a member is not able to participate in conference judging, they need to contact their club leader to make arrangements to have their exhibit(s) taken to the 4-H & Youth Exhibit Building before 1:00 p.m. on the day of judging, July 21st. The judging schedule is as follows:

Check in at the check-in table Proceed to the waiting area to sign up for judging Your name will be called when your exhibits are to be judged After talking with a judge, exhibits are to be taken to the club’s booth (or the area designated for those projects) to be displayed Exhibits considered for the Iowa State Fair will be retained to be displayed in a special area. Proceed to the check-out table in the exhibit building Please sign and turn in the entry form to receive your ribbons Please attach your ribbon securely to your exhibit/project Exhibits will be awarded premiums on the basis of blue, red, and white ribbon quality Exhibits not placed in one of the above groups by a judge will not be awarded premium money Any exhibit that does not meet the class description may be moved to a more appropriate class with the permission of the 4-H member All premiums will be paid to the club of the respective 4-H member Fourth grade 4-H members will be eligible to earn a Top 4th Grade ribbon for their projects. The Warren County Fair Exhibit Building opens on Wednesday, July 25, 2012 at 9:00 a.m.


and all premiums due that member in any 4-H division for the current year will be forfeited.

State Fair Notes

ADDITIONAL NOTES: Hosts are not to be eating food, playing cards, or engaged with outside conversations with other friends; 4-H hosts are ambassadors for the 4-H program; the host table should be neat and clean for visitors to the 4-H Exhibit Building.

4-H’ers completing 5th-12th grade are eligible to exhibit at the 2012 Iowa State Fair. An individual 4-H member is limited to having two exhibits selected for the Iowa State Fair competition from the various departments in the 4-H & Youth Exhibit Building. 4-H’ers with exhibits chosen for the Iowa State Fair will be given additional instructions on when and where to take their exhibits. A picture will be taken in the 4-H Exhibit Building on Saturday, July 28th at 5:00 p.m. of all 4-H’ers with exhibits selected for the Iowa State Fair. ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY: If you are unable to participate in the Saturday afternoon photo shoot, another opportunity is scheduled for Sunday, July 29th at 4:00 p.m. Exhibits that do not comply with size guidelines, copyright, and safety procedures will not be accepted for entry, evaluation or display at the Iowa State Fair. The Iowa State Fair requires a written explanation, an audio recording or video recording answering three questions about each exhibit. The 4-H exhibitor should respond briefly to the following questions about the exhibit: What did you plan to learn or do? (What was your exhibit goal(s)?) What steps did you take to learn or do this? What were the most important things you learned?

4-H & FFA

To lock the building, place the bolts and nuts in the east and west doors.

Club Booths and Hosting THEME FOR THE 2012 WARREN COUNTY FAIR: “Summer Days… Country Ways” This theme will be used in decorating 4-H Club booths. Clubs will be able to decorate their booths on Thursday, July 19th from 6:00-8:00 p.m.

Wednesday, July 25 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. 1 p.m. - 3 p.m. 3 p.m. - 5 p.m. 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. 7 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Indianola Thunder Jackson Hilltoppers Whitebreast White Oak Climbers Clover Kids - Carlisle Virginia Boosters

Thursday, July 26 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. 1 p.m. - 3 p.m. 3 p.m. - 5 p.m. 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.

Clover Kids – New Virginia Shooting Stars Clover Kids - Indianola Best of the Bunch Three Rivers Senior 4-H Group

Friday, July 27 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. 3 p.m. - 5 p.m. 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. 7 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Clover Kids - Norwalk Panthers Norwalk All-Stars NR Limelighters Liberty Bells

Saturday, July 28 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. 1 p.m. - 3 p.m. 3 p.m. - 5 p.m. 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. 7 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Jefferson Shining Stars Shooting Sports Club Indianola Goal Achievers Be Square Horse Project Club

Sunday, July 29 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. 1 p.m. - 3 p.m. 3 p.m. - 5 p.m. 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 9 p.m.

The “Club Pride” award will be given by Senior 4-H to the 4-H club booth that best displays the theme for the year, is nicely decorated, and highlights the club and its members. Booth assignments will be posted in an upcoming 4-H newsletter.

4-H & Youth Building Hosting Schedule Guidelines for 4-H Clubs Hosting the Exhibit Building: • • • • • • • • •

Happy Hustlers Carlisle Ridge Riders Belmont Peppers Belmont Badgers Building Closed for Family Night Re-Open Building and Assist As Needed for Exhibit Release

Class Descriptions

Must have one adult present with any 4-H members that are hosting. Hosts are expected to GREET VISITORS with a smile; ask visitors if they have questions. Provide information about 4-H. There are flyers and information at the hosting table if they are interested. Encourage children to fill out the form to join 4-H and place in collection box on table. First Shift of the day - Make sure hosting table and areas are clean and neat. Others hosts are to sweep the floor as needed and pick up trash. The next shift should arrive before you leave the Exhibit Building. Final shift of day - Sweep the floor and pick up any trash. Do not turn off Master Breaker… do turn off the individual breaker.

Most exhibit classes have specific guidelines and requirements which will be included in the judging process. Members are highly encouraged to access http://www.extension.iastate.edu/4h/ projects to find information about the judging criteria for projects and exhibits they created from their 4-H learning experience. There are six areas or divisions in which to exhibit projects at the Warren County Fair. Each area or division has class numbers listed below. All projects entered at the Warren County Fair will enter under a specific area or division and then identify the class that is most appropriate for their project on Judging Day. Class descriptions for the Communication Events such as a 4-H Presentations, Extemporaneous Speaking, Working Exhibits, or Share-The-Fun Activities along with the Clothing Events such as Clothing Selection, $15 Challenge, Fashion Revue or the Pet Show

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will be found in the fair book following the class descriptions for the Exhibit Building.

610 Music 4-H music exhibits can represent an exhibit that shows learning about musical performance, composition and arrangements, instruments, musical styles or history.

These projects or exhibits are judged separately; 4-H members will want to sign-up during the 2012 Warren County Fair Entry days, June 23 through June 29th at the Warren County Extension Office. Please see specific descriptions for more information.

620 Photography 4-H photography exhibits can represent an exhibit, either a photo(s) or an educational display, which shows learning about photography from choosing a camera to modifying your photo. Please use “still photos only,” not video.

Animals 510 Animal Science 4-H animal science exhibits can represent an exhibit (other than the animal itself) that shows learning about a large or small animal including beef, dairy cattle, dairy goats, dogs, horse & pony, meat goats, pets, poultry, rabbits, sheep and swine. Ownership of any animal is not required.

Photography Special Rules:

520 Veterinary Science 4-H veterinary science exhibits can represent an exhibit that shows learning about keeping animals healthy.

Agriculture and Natural Resources 530 Crop Production 4-H crop production exhibits can represent an exhibit that shows learning about the growth, use, and value of field crops. 540 Environment and Sustainability 4-H environment and sustainability exhibits can represent an exhibit that shows the connections between humans and their environment including energy, stewardship, conservation, entomology, fish and wildlife, or forestry. Includes collections. 550 Horticulture 4-H horticulture exhibits can represent an exhibit that shows learning about the growth, use, and value of plants, small fruits, vegetable and flower gardens, and landscape design. (Garden crops and herbs are exhibited in classes in the 4-H Horticulture Department under 4-H Livestock.)

630 Visual Arts 4-H visual arts exhibits can represent an exhibit that shows learning through original art, exploration of an art technique, or study of any other visual arts topic.

Please note only one variety per plate. Exhibitor must enter each plate of vegetables separately. Exhibits will not be selected from this class for State Fair exhibition.

Visual Arts Special Rules:

Members wishing to exhibit similar produce at Iowa State Fair must enter them during fair sign ups from June 23th-29th. After judging, produce will be sold at the 4-H Bake/Garden Sale with the exception of one specimen per plate, which will remain on exhibition.

Exhibits made from kits or preformed molds will not be accepted. Exception: Preformed molds (greenware, whiteware) may be used to provide the appropriate surface for a process technique or application of original design. If the exhibit is a finished art object, the source or inspiration of the design, design sketches, or other process for creating the object and design must be included.

560 Outdoor Adventures 4-H outdoor adventure exhibits can represent an exhibit that shows learning about backpacking, biking, camping, canoeing, fishing, hiking or other outdoor activities.

Original works of art must be a creative expression of a design unique to the artist, or represent a significant modification to an existing design to make a new and original statement by the artist.

570 Safety and Education in Shooting Sports This class is an exhibit that shows learning about safe and responsible use of firearms and archery equipment or wildlife management. (The exhibit may not include actual firearms; archery equipment is allowed if tips are removed from arrows.)

Exhibition of derivative works created by a 4-H’er is prohibited without the written permission of the original copyright holder/ owner. Use of copyrighted or trademarked designs, images, logos, or materials in 4-H visual arts exhibits is prohibited unless written permission has been obtained from the copyright or trademark holder/owner.

590 Other Agriculture and Natural Resources 4-H agriculture and natural resources exhibits can represent an exhibit that shows learning about agriculture or natural resources and does not fit in any of the classes listed above.

For additional information, see 4-H Exhibit Copyright Information at http://www.extension.iastate.edu/4h/projects/visualart.htm

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• Photographs may be either black and white or color. They may be processed from negatives, slides, or digital cameras and computer manipulation programs. Photographs must have been taken since the county fair of the previous year. • Mounted photos can be (a) flush-mounted [no board showing] on mounting board, or (b) with mount borders [window mat or flat mount directly on board]. Exhibitors may cut their own mounting boards, use ready-cut window mats or have matting done professionally. 4-H’ers are responsible for design decisions such as border, color and size. Framed photographs (including floating frames) will not be judged. • Non-mounted photos may be exhibited in a clear plastic covering. • A series is a group of photographs or slides [3 to 5] that are related or tell a step-by-step story. Photographs must be mounted together in story order or sequence. Slides should be numbered. • Digitally altered photos should include a copy of the photo before changes. • Subject matter of photographs must be in good taste and be appropriate for public display in a 4-H setting. • NOTE: Each 4-H’er may bring a maximum of four photography exhibits.


630C – Warren County Kit Class This means: A pre-packaged (kit) or pre-determined patterns (not eligible for State Fair)

• The use of alcoholic beverages in the preparation or production of 4-H food exhibits is NOT permitted. 750 Health 4-H health exhibits can represent an exhibit that shows learning through food choices, safe activities and skills such as first aid and CPR, careers, and healthy lifestyle choices.

This is a project where the 4-H’er has limited choices or decisions in the design of the article. Examples are latch hook kits, counted cross stitch patterns, paint by number, etc., (When you purchase a kit or pattern, you are paying for the privilege of using copyrighted material.)

760 Home Improvement 4-H home improvement exhibits can represent an exhibit that shows learning in planning, improving and caring for your home living space. Exhibits may include new or refinished furniture or items, reclaimed furniture or items, or restored furniture items.

Family and Consumer Sciences 710 Child Development 4-H child development exhibits can represent an exhibit that shows learning about children. Examples: child care, growth and development, safety and health, children with special needs, and careers in child development.

770 Sewing and Needle Arts An exhibit that shows learning and skill in sewing, knitting, crocheting, or other needle arts, the use and care of fabrics and fibers, or the construction of clothing and other items.

720 Clothing and Fashion 4-H clothing and fashion exhibits can represent an exhibit that shows learning about style, fashion, design, thrifty spending, wardrobe planning, types of fabrics, and clothing care. Exhibits may include constructed or purchased clothing and accessories.

Please Note: If you will be using the same items in Clothing Selection, $15 Challenge or Fashion Revue judging you will need to take them home with you after they are judged on Saturday, July 21st, UNLESS the exhibit is considered for State Fair; then the Extension Office will bring the item to the Clothing Event judging day. This is so you have the items for those judgings on Tuesday, July 24th. Please return those items to your club booth on Wednesday, July 25th when the building opens at 9:00 a.m.

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Please Note: If you will be using the same items in Clothing Selection, $15 Challenge or Fashion Revue judging you will need to take them home with you after they are judged on Saturday, July 21st, UNLESS the exhibit is considered for State Fair then the Extension Office will bring the item to the Clothing Event judging day. This is so you have the items for those judgings on Tuesday, July 24th. Please return those items to your club booth on Wednesday, July 25th when the building opens at 9:00 a.m.

790 Other Family and Consumer Science An exhibit that demonstrates learning about a family and consumer science topic that does not fit any previous Family & Consumer Science class listed.

730 Consumer Management 4-H consumer management exhibits can represent an exhibit that shows learning through savvy budgeting, comparison shopping, money management, and consumer rights and responsibilities.

Personal Development 810 Citizenship 4-H citizenship exhibits can represent an exhibit that shows learning about or contributing to your community, your country or your world.

740 Food & Nutrition 4-H food and nutrition exhibits can represent an exhibit that shows learning through cooking, baking, eating and choosing healthy foods, including safety practices. Exhibits may include prepared products or educational displays. See also 4-H 3023 “Inappropriate Food Exhibits for Iowa 4-H Fairs” for additional information regarding prepared and preserved food products.

820 Communication 4-H communication exhibits can represent an exhibit that shows learning about written, oral, and visual communication skills in their many forms.

Food & Nutrition Special Rules:

821 4-H Poster Communication Exhibit

• Any exhibit considered to be a food safety risk or portray a food safety risk will not be accepted, judged or displayed. • All food products and exhibits should be appropriate for human consumption. • Food product exhibits must be prepared, baked or cooked using only food grade utensils and containers. • Products that require refrigeration will not be accepted, judged or displayed. • Meat jerky products are prohibited. • The recipe must be included for any prepared food exhibit; credit the source of the recipe. • Preserved foods must include the Food Preservation Exhibit Label. Only food processed after August 1, 2011 is acceptable. Current USDA and/or Iowa State University guidelines for home food preservation must be used. • Preserved food exhibits must include two product samples. One will be opened for evaluation and discarded; the second will be placed on display and returned to the exhibitor. All perishable food products will be discarded when removed from display. • Prepared foods should be placed on a firm disposable plate or flat cardboard. Place food product exhibit in a reclosable plastic bag with entry tag fastened outside the bag.

4-H Poster Communication Rules: • Only one poster per 4-H’er may be entered. • All posters must be designed on, or affixed to, standard poster board or foam core board—size minimum of 14” x 20” or maximum of 15” x 22”. Posters may be vertical or horizontal. Posters may be any medium: watercolor, ink, crayon, acrylic, charcoal, oils, collage. • Posters cannot be 3-dimensional. Materials used to make the poster may not extend more than 1/8 inch above the poster or foam core board. • Each poster must have the completed Poster Exhibit Entry Form attached to the back available from the Extension Office. • Posters cannot use copyrighted material or exact copies of other promotional designs, such as the Iowa 4-H Youth Conference theme logo. • 4-H’ers may include the 4-H clover in the poster. • The themes for “Communicating Through 4-H Posters” are: • 4-H is . . . (open to 4-H’er’s interpretation) • Join 4-H • Brighten Your World (2012 Iowa 4-H Youth Conference theme) • It’s Fairlicious (2012 Iowa State Fair theme)

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• A garment or outfit consisting of one to three pieces such as party clothes, tailored suits, vest, slacks, shirt, skirt, active sportswear and/or coats are acceptable as Fashion Revue entries. • Blouses, shirts, and sweaters are usually considered as garments. If they are used to complete an outfit, they may be constructed or selected. • All other accessories and undergarments may be constructed or selected. • Each entrant must fill out the Fashion Revue Form available at the Extension Office and bring it on judging day, Tuesday, July 24, 2012 St. Thomas Aquinas Pastoral Center, Indianola. Judging will be from 2:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. • Entrants will be expected to be dressed and ready to model their garments at their assigned times. 4-H members must sign up for Fashion Revue during County Fair Entry Week from June 23-29, 2012. • Ribbons will be given and State Fair winners will be announced at the Clothing Event Fashion Show on Saturday, July 28th at 2:00 p.m. at the Friends of 4-H Stage.

830 Leadership 4-H leadership exhibits can represent any exhibit that shows learning about leadership skills and influencing others in a positive way. 890 Self-Determined 4-H self-determined exhibits can represent an exhibit that shows learning as part of your 4-H adventure and does not fit any other class.

Science, Engineering, and Technology 910 Digital Storytelling 4-H digital storytelling can represent any exhibit that demonstrates the application of technology to produce and or create a movie, film, or video. Exhibits may include a finished movie or video, creation of a detailed storyboard, editing techniques using digital video software, production techniques, or other display to share what was learned. Copyright permission must be obtained for any non-original material included as part of a film/movie/video. 920 Mechanics 4-H mechanics exhibits can represent any exhibit that shows skills or learning in automotive, electrical, small and large engines, tractors, welding, and restoration. 930 Woodworking 4-H woodworking exhibits can represent any exhibit that shows learning about wood, woodworking techniques, and safe uses of woodworking tools and machines. Exhibits may include newly constructed or refinished, reclaimed, or restored wood items. 940 Science, Engineering & Technology Any exhibit that shows learning about or helps explain how science and technology help us interact with the world. Topics include aerospace, biological and chemical sciences, computers & networking, earth & climate, geospatial mapping (GPS/GIS), robotics, or any other application of Science, Engineering, or Technology.

Clothing Events

The $15 Challenge To qualify, all participants (male or female) should: 1. Purchase an outfit that represents the 4-H’ers intended use for the selected outfit. 2. Have had individual or county experience(s) in choosing shopping alternatives, evaluating fit, quality and construction features, price, and cost comparison. 3. Outfits must be purchased at a garage sale, consignment store, or resale shop (i.e. Goodwill, Salvation Army, or other stores of this type.) Hand-me-downs or clothing as gifts that were selected by the 4-H’er belong in Clothing Selection. 4. Cost of outfit must be $15 or less, not including shoes, accessories or undergarments. 5. Receipt(s) MUST be turned in with Clothing Event Form. 6. Each entrant must fill out the Clothing Event Form available at the Extension Office and bring it on judging day. 7. The County $15 Challenge will be judged on Tuesday, July 24th from 2:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Entrants will be expected to be dressed and ready to model their garments at their assigned times. 8. 4-H’ers must sign up for the $15 Challenge during County Fair sign ups from June 18th-24th. 9. Ribbons will be given and State Fair winners will be announced at the Clothing Event Fashion Show on Saturday, July 28th at 2:00 p.m. at the Friends of 4-H Stage.

Fashion Revue To qualify, all participants (male or female) should: 1. Have been enrolled in a 4-H Clothing project in the current 4-H program year. 2. Model a garment or outfit the entrant has constructed, handknitted, machine-knitted, or crocheted during the current 4-H year.

The State Fair $15 Challenge participants will be selected according to the following rules: 1. Participants must be in the 4-H senior designated level (grades 9-12). 2. Outfits or accessories which will be worn during the Clothing Event may not be entered as a 4-H State Fair exhibit.

Pet Show The Pet Show will provide an opportunity for 4-H’ers to share information about their pets before an audience. 4-H members and Clover Kids need to sign up for this activity during County Fair sign up week from June 23 -29, 2012. Important Rules: • Warren County 4-Hmembers (4th-12th grade) may bring one pet to the Pet Show, to be held Saturday, July 28, 2012 at 1:00 p.m..at the Friends of 4-H Stage. Large animals (such as calves) will not be allowed. • All pets must comply with health regulations as set forth by the Fair veterinarian. Pets will not be allowed to run loose on the grounds, and will be released immediately after the show. • Clover Kids may bring a stuffed animal “pet”. • All entrants will be given participation ribbons; no prize money will be paid. This is a County Fair only event.

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The State Fair Fashion Revue participants will be selected according to the following rules: 1. Participants must be in the 4-H senior designated level (grades 9-12). 2. Outfits or accessories which will be worn during the Clothing Event may not be entered as a 4-H State Fair exhibit. 3. Participants must bring the garment or outfit they purchased or created, and accessories, to the State Fair on the day they participate in the Clothing Event. 4. All participants must participate in the entire Clothing Event activities on the date scheduled for their county unless the 4-H’er is involved in another State Fair 4-H activity at the same time with a non-flexible schedule.


3. Participants must bring the garment or outfit they purchased or created, and accessories, to the State Fair on the day they participate in the Clothing Event. 4. All participants must participate in the entire Clothing Event activities on the date scheduled for their county unless the 4- H member is involved in another State Fair 4-H activity at the same time with a non-flexible schedule. 5. 4-H members may participate only one time (each) in the Iowa State Fair 4-H Clothing Event Clothing Selection and The $15 Challenge programs.

by sharing talents, knowledge, or information with others. The events provide a series of developmental experiences for different age levels. GENERAL COMMUNICATION EVENT PROGRAM RULES AND REGULATIONS: a) Educational Presentations and Working Exhibit may be given by one or more 4-H’ers. Teams consisting of youth of mixed grades will be entered in the class of the member in the highest grade level (i.e. a team with a 5th grader and an 8th grader must be entered in the intermediate/senior class). b) Topics selected by the 4-H’er(s) should be an outgrowth of his/her 4-H experience(s). Topics should be appropriate for presentation to a general audience. c) Participants in the 4-H Communication Programs are expected to wear appropriate clothing representative of the 4-H Youth Program and/or the topic of the presentation. d) 4-H’ers must use sanitary and safe procedures and methods at all times. Educational Presentations and Working Exhibits involving food must follow established food safety guidelines. e) All participants are expected to comply with all copyright/ trademark regulations. Copyrighted material may not be distributed without permission.

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Clothing Selection To qualify, all participants (male or female) should: 1. Select and/or purchase an outfit that represents the 4-H’er’s goal or intended use for the selected outfit. 2. Have had individual planned or county experience(s) in choosing shopping alternatives, evaluating the fit, the quality and construction features, the price, and the cost comparison. 3. Each entrant must fill out the Clothing Event Form available at the Extension Office and bring it on judging day. 4. The County Clothing Selection will be judged on Tuesday, July 24th from 2:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Entrants will be expected to be dressed and ready to model their garments at their assigned times. 5. 4-H members must sign up for Clothing Selection during County Fair sign ups from June 23-29, 2012. 6. Ribbons will be given and State Fair winners will be announced at the Clothing Event Fashion Show on Saturday, July 28th at 2:00 p.m. at the Friends of 4-H Stage.

State Fair Participant Guidelines: 4-H’ers who have completed 5th grade through 12th grade (or that equivalent) in 2012 are eligible to participate at the Iowa State Fair. Exception: Share the Fun and Extemporaneous Speaking See event rules for age guidelines.

Clothing Selection Note: Outfits may be selected and/or purchased from any source, including consignment shops, used clothing stores, etc. Clothing items which are home-sewn are NOT eligible unless the completed garment was purchased from a used clothing source. Clothing items which are custom-sewn specifically for the participant are NOT eligible.

Educational Presentation Department Purpose: Provide an opportunity for 4-H’ers to demonstrate communication skills by presenting knowledge, information, or a process to an audience in order to gain a desired response. Class 881 Educational Presentations (Junior)—must have completed 4th or 6th grade in 2011.

The State Fair Clothing Selection participants will be selected according to the following rules: 1. Participants must be in the 4-H senior designated level (grades 9-12). 2. Outfits or accessories which will be worn during the Clothing Event may not be entered as a 4-H State Fair exhibit. 3. Participants must bring the garment or outfit they purchased or created, and accessories, to the State Fair on the day they participate in the Clothing Event. 4. All participants must participate in the entire Clothing Event activities on the date scheduled for their county unless the 4-H’er is involved in another State Fair 4-H activity at the same time with a non-flexible schedule. 5. 4-H’ers may participate only one time (each) in the Iowa State Fair 4-H Clothing Event Clothing Selection and The $15 Challenge programs.

Class 882 Educational Presentations (Intermediate/Senior)—must have completed 7th -12th grade in 2011. Educational Presentation Rules: 1. Time limit: Junior presentations must not exceed 15 minutes. Intermediate/Senior Presentations must not exceed 20 minutes. 2. Participants must turn in a completed Educational Presentation Report form during event check-in. 3. Participants must sign up during County Fair sign ups June 23rd-29th, 2012. 4. Educational Presentation judging will be on Monday, July 23rd, from 2:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. at St. Thomas Aquinas Pastoral Center. 5. Educational Presenters will give their presentations at the Warren County Fair on Friday, July 27th at 2:00 p.m.

4-H Communications Programs This department is open to youth who are participating in the 4-H Youth Development programs conducted by Iowa State University Extension.

Working Exhibit Department Purpose: To provide an opportunity for 4-H’ers to communicate, interact with, and teach an audience in an informal and experiential way.

All participants are responsible to read and comply with the Warren County Fair Communication Event program rules, 4-H General Rules and Regulations, and specific program event rules and regulations.

Class 883 Working Exhibit (Junior), must have completed 4th or 6th grade in 2011. Class 884 Working Exhibit (Intermediate/Senior), must have completed 7th -12th grade in 2011.

Purpose: The Communication Event program provides opportunities for 4-H youth to develop their personal communication skills

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Working Exhibit Rules: 1. Time limit: All Working Exhibits will be scheduled for a 20 minute time period. 2. Participants must turn in a completed Working Exhibit Report form during event check-in. 3. Participants must sign up during County Fair sign ups June 23rd-29th, 2012. 4. Working Exhibit judging will be on Friday, July 27th at 4:00 p.m. Share-The-Fun Department Purpose: To provide an opportunity for 4-H’ers to share their skills and talents before an audience purely for the sake of enjoyment. Class 885 Share-The-Fun Program Share-The-Fun Rules: 1. Eligibility: 4-H’ers who have completed 4th grade through 12th grade (or that equivalent) in 2012. For State Fair, 5th through 12th graders are eligible. Exception: If the Share-The-Fun act involves a whole club, the following criteria must be applied to determine if the club can be entered in the Share-The-Fun Program at the Iowa State Fair: • At least 80 percent of the performing group must have completed 5th through 12th grade in 2012. 2. Share-The-Fun performances must not exceed eight minutes in length. 3. Skits, songs, stunts, short one-act plays, dance, and other entertainment will be acceptable. All performances must be appropriate for presentation to a general audience. 4. All performers must turn in a completed 4-H Share-The-Fun Report form at event check-in to confirm stage setup, cue music, etc. 5. Participants must sign up during County Fair sign ups June 23rd-29th, 2012. 6. Share-The-Fun judging will be on Friday, July 27th at 6:00 p.m. on the Friends of 4-H Stage. Extemporaneous Speaking Department Purpose: Encourage the development of communication skills by providing an opportunity to think, organize thoughts, prepare a speech, and respond to questions when given a limited amount of preparation time. Class 886 Extemporaneous Speaking Program Extemporaneous Speaking Rules: 1. Participants must be senior 4-H’ers - completed 9th through 12th grade (or that equivalent) in 2012. 2. Participants must sign up during County Fair sign ups June 23rd-29th, 2012 . 3. Extemporaneous Speaking judging will be on Monday, July 23rd from 2:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. 4. Program format: a. Thirty minutes before the program, each participant will draw three of the available topics, selecting one on which to speak. b. The selected topic will not be available to the other participants in the speaker’s assigned room. The general nature of the topics will relate to 4-H. The other two topics drawn, but not chosen, will be returned to the available topics for the other participants. c. A preparation room is to be used with one participant per speaking site admitted initially and one additional participant

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per speaking site admitted each 15 minutes as the program progresses. A participant may not leave the preparation room until it is time to speak, nor may a participant receive help from a parent, leader, other adult or any other youth. A program official will assist participants with the time requirements. d. Reference material will be screened by a program official on the basis of the participant’s preparation. • Reference material must be printed material such as books or magazines (cannot be notes, outlines or speeches prepared by the participant or by another person for use in this program). • Some relevant reference material will be available in the preparation room. This material will consist of historical material related to the 4-H program. e. Each speech shall be the result of the 4-H member’s own efforts using the approved reference material that a participant may bring to the preparation room. No other assistance may be provided. Plain 3”x5” note cards will be provided for each participant in the preparation room. If notes are used, the 3”x5” note cards provided must be used in delivering the speech. f. Only notes made during the preparation period may be used. g. Each speech shall be not less than four but no more than six minutes with five minutes additional time allowed for related questions, which shall be asked by the judge. The participant will be shown time cards in an ascending order (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) by the time keeper. “Stop” will be said at six minutes. h. The program timekeeper will introduce each participant by name and the county he/she represents. The participant will be expected to introduce his/her speech by title only. i. Participants are not permitted to use any props, gadgets, posters or audiovisuals of any sort. A podium not will be available. 5. Speeches will be evaluated using the following criteria: a. Content related to topic. b. Knowledge of the subject. c. Organization of material. d. Power of expression. e. Voice. f. Stage presence. g. General effect. h. Response to questions. 6. A judge’s critique/conference with each participant will be included as a part of the program.


Special Awards

The Warren County Simmental Breeders (James Simmentals) will present trophies to the Champion and Reserve Champion Simmental Market Steers, the Champion and Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, the top Simmental in the rate-of-gain contest, and to the winner of the Simmental Breeding Beef Showmanship contest. They will present a belt buckle to the Champion Warren County Produced Simmental Market Steer.

Warren County 4-H members, parents, leaders and friends are indebted to many business people, organizations, and friends of 4-H who sponsor and contribute awards for the achievement of 4-H members at the Fair. The Fairboard appreciates the support and is pleased to list these donors:

Warren County Shorthorn - (Maurice Moffit, Indianola) will present a trophy to the winner of the Beef Breeding Showmanship contest and a belt buckle to the Champion Warren County produced Shorthorn Market Steer.

The Warren County Angus Association (Eric and Kelly Johnson, Prole) will present trophies to the Champion and Reserve Champion Angus Market Steers, the Champion and Reserve Champion Black Angus Heifers, and to the winners of the Breeding Beef Showmanship contest. They will present a belt buckle to the Champion Warren County Produced Angus Market Steer. They will present money awards of $25, $20, $15, $10, and $5 respectively to the top five Angus rate-of-gain.

McKee Shorthorns (Wayne McKee, Indianola) will present trophies to the Champion and Reserve Champion Shorthorn Market Steer, to the Champion and Reserve Champion Shorthorn Beef Breeding Heifers and Champion Shorthorn Cow, and the top Shorthorn Market Steer in the rate-of-gain contest.

4-H & FFA

The Warren County Cattlemen’s Association (Terry Eckstein, Indianola) will award trophies to the Champion and Reserve Champion Crossbred Market Steers, the Champion and Reserve Champion Market Heifer, the Champion and Reserve Champion Commercial and All Other Breeds Beef Breeding Heifers, and the winners of the Showmanship contest in the Market Beef, Commercial and All Other Breeds Beef Breeding Shows. They will present a plaque to the Champion Warren County Produced Crossbred Market Steer. The association sponsors the following premiums for the Proficiency Contest: 1st - $100, 2nd - $75, 3rd - $50, 4th - $25.

The Warren County Sheep Superintendents will present trophies to the 4-H Champion and Reserve Champion Market Lambs, Weight Division Champions, Supreme Champion Ewe and Ram. Winner of the Senior 4-H Sheep Showmanship contest will be awarded the Max Miller Memorial Trophy (Barbara Freeman, Ackworth). Winner of the Intermediate 4-H Sheep Showmanship contest will be awared the Jordan Eyberg Memorial Trophy (Thad and Peggy Bloom). Winner of the Junior 4-H Sheep Showmanship contest will be awarded the Cindy Snuggs Memorial Trophy (Larry Snuggs Family, Lacona).

The Warren County Charolais Association (Dolores Butler, Indianola) will award trophies to the Champion and Reserve Champion Charolais Market Steers, the Champion and reserve Charolais Heifer and Chanpion Beef Cow, and the winners of the Breeding Beef Showmanship contests. They will present a belt buckle to the Champion Warren County Produced Charolais Market Steer. They will pay $10 to each 4-H’er for a three poundper-day rate-of-gain on Charolais-sired Market Steer and a $10 bonus to the Market Steer with the top rate-of-gain overall if it is a Charolais-sired animal.

The Rodney Woodruff Memorial Traveling Trophy will be presented to the winner of the Senior 4-H Dairy Showmanship contest. The Warren County Dairy Producers (Jeanne Woodruff, Indianola) will present the Don Hoover Memorial Traveling Trophy to the Supreme Dairy Champion Female. The Warren County Dairy Goat Producers will present a trophy to the best doe in the 4-H Dairy Goat Show, Champion Breeding Meat Doe and Champion Meat Goat. The Warren County Pork Producers will present a plaque to the Champion Junior and Senior Swine Showmen and plaques to the Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Market Swine, and Grand and Reserve Grand Pen-of-Three. They will pay $1 premium for each placing below eighth place, an additional $10 for each first place and $5 for each second place animal in all classes.

The Warren County Hereford Breeders’ Association (Craig Amos, Indianola) will award trophies to the Champion and Reserve Champion Hereford Market Steers, the Champion and Reserve Champion Hereford Beef Breeding Heifers, and the winners of the Showmanship contests in the Beef Breeding Shows. They will give a plaque to the Champion Warren County Produced Hereford Market Steer and a plaque to the Hereford Market Steer with the highest rate-of-gain.

The Sue Pennington Memorial Traveling Trophy will be presented to a 4-H’er selected by the horse judge based on observation of exhibitors concerning performance, showmanship, and overall sportsmanship during the judging of classes.

The Warren County Limousin Breeders (Neena Leih, New Virginia) will present trophies to the Champion and Reserve Champion Limousin Market Steers, the Champion and Reserve Champion Limousin Heifers, the Champion Beef Cow, the top Limousin in the rate-of-gain contest, and to the winners of the Breeding Beef Showmanship contest. They will present a belt buckle to the Champion Warren County Produced Limousin Market Steer.

The Warren County Quarter Horse Association will present a Sportsmanship Belt Buckle. This award is selected by a committee present at the horse shows on Thursday and Friday. Trophies will be provided for the Champion and Reserve Champion Horse in halter classes. Also, trophies will be provided for the Champion and Reserve Champion Pony in halter classes. Winners in each class for both halter and performance will receive trophies donated by the Warren County Saddle Club and the Warren County Quarter Horse Association. The Harold Keeney Trophy will be given to the first place winner of the Walk-Trot Pleasure Class. A trophy in memory of Ray and Dorothy Morgan will be awarded to the first place winner of the Senior Reining Class.

The Warren County Maine-Anjou Breeders (Dave Bowlin, Indianola) will present trophies to the Champion and Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifers, the Champion Beef Cow, and the winner of the Maine-Anjou Breeding Beef Showmanship contest. They will present a belt buckle to the Champion Warren County Produced Maine-Anjou Market Steer. The Warren County Red Angus Breeders (Mike Orwig) will present trophies to Champion and Reserve Champion Red Angus Heifers, Champion Beef Cow and Breeding Beef Showmanship.

Indianola Veterinary Clinic, All Creatures Small Animal Hospital, Kindness Vet Clinic will sponsor all dog trophies.

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Warren County Farm Bureau Cookout Contest

Friday, July 27th, 2012

1. INDIVIDUAL CATEGORY RULES • Refer to the Iowa Meat Scorecard for judging criteria. • The Individual Category winners are eligible to win the title of Cookout Champion.

Pre-entry requested for space allotment. Between the Grandstand & the Show Ring. Judging at 5:30 p.m.

2. YOUTH CATEGORY RULES • Refer to the Iowa Meat Scorecard for judging criteria. • Youth entries will compete in both the Individual Category and the Youth Category. • The Youth Category winners are eligible to win the title of Cookout Champion.

ELIGIBILITY Any Iowa resident 13 years or older who is a Farm Bureau member is eligible to participate in the Cookout Contest. HOW TO ENTER Interested grillers should contact the Warren County Farm Bureau office for contest information.

3. SHOWMANSHIP CATEGORY RULES • Refer to the Iowa Meat Scorecard for judging criteria. • Pre-registration is required in order to compete in the showmanship category.

ENTRY CATEGORIES • Individual - Pork - Beef (limited to chuck or round primal cuts including ground chuck or ground round) - Lamb/Goat - Poultry - Turkey - Combo/Specialty (two or more selections of the Iowa meats category/venison or any other Iowa domestically raised product, excluding wild game) • Youth (13-18 years old as of August 1, 2011) • Showmanship • Team

4. TEAM CATEGORY RULES • Refer to the Iowa Meat Scorecard for judging criteria. • A team must consist of 2-4 members. • Team members are NOT eligible to compete in the Individual Category. • Teams are encouraged to have a coordinated theme or dress code. • Team members are NOT eligible to win the title of Cookout Champion or the Showmanship Award.

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INDEX Open Classes Agriculture..................................................................................24 Breeding Beef Cattle ................................................................10 Culinary.......................................................................................14 Dairy Cattle ................................................................................11 Dairy Goat .................................................................................12 Feeder Calf .................................................................................11 Fine Art.......................................................................................19 Flowers........................................................................................22 Genealogy...................................................................................20 Junior Horticulture....................................................................24 Poultry.........................................................................................13 Sheep ...........................................................................................12 Textile..........................................................................................15 Creative Art ................................................................................18 4-H & FFA Classes Advanced Cattle Feeding .........................................................27 Agriculture & Natural Resources ...........................................43 Beef - Breeding .........................................................................28 Beef - Market.............................................................................26 Bucket Calf ................................................................................29 Child Development...................................................................44 Clothing ......................................................................................45 Clothing Selection .....................................................................46 Communications .......................................................................44 Consumer Management ...........................................................44 Dairy Cattle ................................................................................30 Dairy Goat .................................................................................30 Dog..............................................................................................37 Fashion Revue ...........................................................................45 Food & Nutrition ......................................................................44 Garden ........................................................................................43 Home Improvement .................................................................44 Horse & Pony ............................................................................35 Mechanical & Engineering ......................................................45 Personal Development .............................................................44 Pet Show .....................................................................................45 Photography...............................................................................43 Rabbit ..........................................................................................38 Sheep - Breeding .......................................................................34 Sheep - Market...........................................................................34 Swine ...........................................................................................32 Visual Art ...................................................................................43

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Thank You to our Fairbook Sponsors All American Exteriors Apple Tree Inn Bishop Insurance Agency Carousel Theatre of Indianola, Inc. Casey’s General Stores Casual Rags Country View Land & Home Care - Steve Hansen Criswell Family Dentistry Dental Professionals, PLC Downing Construction Inc. EDJE Technologies Edward Jones - Grant McGraw Gavin Insurance Agency Gib’s A & W All American Food Good Samaritan Society - Indianola Indianola Elks Lodge 2814 Indianola Veterinary Clinic, LLC Inspirations Hair & Body Salon

Iowa Realty - Barb McMurry Jack Anderson Auto Body Kindness Pet Clinic McCoy True Value Hardware & Just Ask Rental Miller Electric Peoples Bank Pierce Bros. Repair Pioneer Seed - Blake Reynolds Reynolds Feed Service Shady Oaks Golf Course Southtown Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Sports Page Grill & Brickhouse Tavern Steven E. West D.D.S. The Record Herald & Indianola Tribune Van Ryswyk Insurance Vintage Hills Retirement Community Warren County Izaak Walton League Weinman Insurance

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Madeline Smith 2011

Sam’s Amusements

Carnival Times

Warren County State Fair Queen

Hello everyone, I am Madeline Smith, the 2011 Warren County Fair Queen. It has been an honor and privilege to represent Warren County this past year. I had the most amazing experience participating at the State Fair Queen Contest, as it has always been a dream of mine. The county and state fair are my two favorite past times. At the state level I met many great, young women from all over Iowa and made many new friends. It was an experience of a lifetime that I will never forget. I currently attend Southeast Warren High school. Throughout my high school years I have been involved in FFA (4years) serving as Treasurer this past year as well as the Adrenaline Dance Team (2) where I am serving as co-captain for 2011-12. I have also been involved with Varsity track (4), cross country (4), drama/theater (4), concert choir (4), jazz choir (2), National Honor Society (1) and student council (1). In my community I have been an active 4-H member for 6 years. I have held many offices including treasurer, vice president and I am currently the president of the Liberty Bells 4-H Club. I am also a member of Milo Christian Union Church and the Warren County Central Committee. In the summer of 2011 I had the honor of being selected by the Lacona Legion Auxiliary to participate in Girls State. I have also done volunteer work including taking meals to a local hospice facility, county fair clean up, nursing home parking attendant, and a non-paid internship with Agribusiness Association of Iowa. Our FFA chapter is involved in the community as we participated in Buckle Up or Eat Glass, a driver’s safety program, at the Warren County Fair. My honors include, Liberty Bells 4-H President of 201112, National Honor Society 2011-12, attended Simpson Leadership Conference, Student Council Leadership Conference and Girls State in 2011, Adrenaline Dance Team Captain: 2 year state participant with Division 1 ratings 2011 and 2012. Participated in Vocal Jazz Championships 2010. Voted as Outstanding Female Vocalist of 2009 and 2010, and received the Outstanding Citizenship Award as an eighth grader. I have also showed cattle for six years at local, state and national level where I have won Reserve Champion Prospect Steer 2011, Champion Lightweight Steer 2010, Champion Intermediate Showmanship of 2009, Champion Cow-Calf 2008, and Supreme and Reserve Champion Breeding Heifers 2007. But activities are not as important as academics as I have been an A Honor Roll student for four years. After high school I will be attending Iowa State University with a planned major in Health and Human Sciences. I plan to graduate with a 4-year degree and go onto graduate school to pursue a career in Physical Therapy.

—Wednesday— 6-10 p.m. Wristband —Thursday— 6-10 p.m. Wristband —Friday— 6-10 p.m. Wristband —Saturday— Wristband 1-5 p.m. 6-10 p.m. Wristband —Sunday— Wristband 1-5 p.m. Tickets Only 6-10 p.m.

2013 Dates Wednesday, July 24 through

Monday, July 29

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Daily Entertainment

Daily Entertainment

Saturday, July 21

Sponsor of the Day: Peoples Bank & Vetter Equipment

 Fair Queen Contest  4-H & FFA Prefair Picnic — for 4-H/FFA families Sponsored by Gib’s A & W & Community Bank

Tuesday, July 24  Tractor Display from Warren County Tractor Ride

Wednesday, July 25  Nick’s Kids Show — 2 afternoon kids shows, 1 evening kids show

 ATV/Side by Side Race

Sponsored by Heartland Co-op & Elite Expediting

$10.00 Admission 12 years and older

www.warrencofair.com

Thursday, July 26  Chainsaw Artist—Noon, 2, 4 & 6 p.m.  Nick’s Kids Show — 2 afternoon kids shows, 1 evening kids show

 Arm Wrestling Tournament Weigh-in 7-8:30 p.m. Open Competition following at 8:30 p.m. Sponsored by Williams Machine Shop

Sponsor of the Day: Warren County Farm Bureau

Friday, July 27

 Chainsaw Artist—Noon, 2, 4 & 6 p.m.  Nick’s Kids Show — 2 afternoon kids shows, 1 evening kids show

 IAMO Truck & Tractor Pull, 5:00 p.m. Sponsored by Miller Electric, Sternquist Construction, Downey Tire, Norwalk Tire & Auto Center, Rick Pitt Auctions, Vetter Equipment & Wiegert Disposal

$10.00 Admission 12 years and older

www.warrencofair.com

Saturday, July 28

 Chainsaw Artist—Noon, 2, 4 & 6 p.m.  Nick’s Kids Show — 2 afternoon kids shows, 1 evening kids show

 Sanctioned Pick-up & Garden Truck Pull, 7:00 p.m.

Sponsored by Vanderpool Construction

$5. Admission 12 years and older 00

www.warrencofair.com

Sponsor of the Day: Community Bank & Gibs A&W All American Food

Sunday, July 29

 Chainsaw Artist—Noon, 2, 4 & 6 p.m.  Nick’s Kids Show — 2 afternoon kids shows, 1 evening kids show

 Bill Riley Iowa State Fair Talent Search, Noon Sponsored by Advantage Insurance

 Warren County Idol follows Bill Riley  Kids Sanctioned Pedal Pull, 4 p.m. Registration begins 3:00 p.m. at Grandstand Sponsored by Barker Implement

 Cattlemen’s Steak Fry, 5-7 p.m. • Tickets $12.00  4-H Awards, 7 p.m.  Auction of Chain Saw Carvings & Quilts, 6:30 p.m. Sponsor of the Day: Regions Bank

Monday, July 30

 Sheep & Meat Goat Auction, 7:30 a.m.  followed by Hog Auction  Pen of 3 Auction  Market Beef Auction Buyer’s Breakfast 6:30 Monday morning sponsored by the

Bowlin Family Service by

Warren County FFA Chapters & Alumni Fairbook Print & Design Work Sponsored by:

Pre-fair Picnic, Chainsaw Artist sponsored by

Community Bank & Gibs A&W All American Food


Sponsor of the Day: Community Bank Gibs A&W All American Food Peoples Bank Regions Bank Vetter Equipment Warren County Farm Bureau

Grandstand Sponsors: Advantage Insurance Barker Implement DesignInk Downey Tire

Elite Expediting Heartland Co-op Miller Electric Norwalk Tire & Auto Center

Rick Pitt Auctions Sternquist Construction Vanderpool Construction Wiegert Disposal Inc.

Free Entertainment Stage Sponsors: Amos Hereford Farms Craig & Denise Amos Bob’s Custom Trophies Inc. Cambron & Thacker Construction, Inc. Edward Jones - Grant McGraw Fareway Stores, Inc. Goodhue Nolte Insurance

Herold Trailer Sales Jerico Services, Inc. La Vida Loca LLC Legacy Asset Management, Inc. Mary Donaghy Insurance Optometric Associates Overton Funeral Home Peoples Bank

Quality Plumbing, Heating & A/C Reynolds Feed Service Sports Page Grill The Scoular Company Tim McConnell Photography Warren County Oil Williams Machine Shop

Free Entertainment: Nick’s Kids Show Chainsaw Artist - Gary Kenan Bill Riley Talent Search Warren County Idol Kids Pedal Pull Arm Wrestling Tournament Friends of 4-H Stage Entertainment

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