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2018 Morrow County Fair August 26, 2018 Thru September 3, 2018 “FROM PIONEER DAYS to MODERN WAYS”


Morrow County Junior Fair 2018 MORROW COUNTY JUNIOR FAIR BOARD OFFICERS: President –Jacob Kirkland Vice President – Manny Heilman Secretary – Emma Burchett Treasurer – Jacob Serio Asst. Secretary/Treasurer –Alyssa Thompson Historian-Kayla Barker

Emma Artrip Kayla Barker Skye Bivens * Tyler Brown Emma Burchett Dana Clinedinst* Rachel Keckler Jacob Kirkland Jacob Levering* Nick McKinney Zane Parrott Brelyn Pfliederer*

Bailey Remmert Tess Ruehrmund* Jacob Serio Cailin Smith* Lucy Smith Gabriella Snodgrass* McKenzie Strahm* Alyssa Thompson Katelynn Votaw* Michalea Zeger

*New to the Board this year. Advisors Becky Barker-Extension Educator Dale Bowersmith-Sr Fair Board Betty Brandum-4-H Dave Brown-Sr. Fair Board Angie Bush-4-H Audrey Mesaros-Gale-Boy Scouts Barb Clark-Girl Scouts Carri Jagger-4-H Cari Johnson-4-H

Julie Logan-Coordinator Betty May-4-H Steve May-Sr Fair Board Russ Mayer-4-H Jason Ruhl-4-H Teresa Shipman-FFA Cody Vance-At Large Kyndall Williams Sr Fair Board


2018 Revisions *Cub Scouts/Boy Scouts-Changes have been made to follow changes made in the Scout program so boys are better able to participate in Jr. Fair. *ALL Species-Family Weigh in of any species. A family may have a MAXIMUM of 2 Family animals that will be checked/weighed in under the family name. Any member of this household would be able to use 1 of these animals. Family entries MUST be made on a separate entry form under the family name with ALL members listed. If one of these animals is being used the Jr Fair Office must be notified. This is for MARKET ANIMALS ONLY. Animals must be determined by weigh in at fair. Market Beef will be included starting for the 2019 Fair, those weighing in December 2018. *ALL Species-On TAMPERING page letter B will read that on SHOW DAY ONLY physical help may be provided by Parents/Step Parents, Guardians, Siblings, Step Siblings, Grandparents OR any MORROW County Jr Fair Exhibitor. *ALL Species- The SALE will be TERMINAL for all animals going through the sale ring, with Dairy and Beef Feeders being excluded. *ALL Species-Definition of BBR Bred-Conceived IN Morrow County Born-Born in Morrow County Raised-Raised IN Morrow County


Constitution of the Junior Fair Board Article 1 Membership: Any boy or girl who resides in Morrow County, attends school in Morrow County, or is enrolled in an organization that is based in Morrow County,(4-H, FFA, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts) and is 15 years of age as of January 1 of the current year of a freshman in high school will be eligible to become a member of the Junior Fair Board. 1. Junior Fair Board members must abide by all rules governing Junior Fair. 2. Any member found smoking, drinking, chewing, or anything else illegal for minors will be removed permanently & immediately from the board. Article II The Junior Fair Board will consist of at least 25 members with representatives as follows: 5 representatives from FFA 10 representatives from 4-H Clubs 1 Boy Scout representative 1 Girl Scout representative In each case the chairman of each county group will be responsible for reporting membership selection to the Junior Fair Coordinator by November 15th. ALL returning members will earn their way back on the board by accumulating points throughout the year. Members also must be in good standing with the advisors of the board. Those not earning enough points may reapply to get back on the board the following year through their organization. Article III All members will be selected for a term of 1 year. Each member may return with Junior Fair Board Advisor approval, points being met, and Junior Fair eligibility not being exceeded. Each member must have at least 90 hours BEFORE fair, along with a minimum of 36 hours during fair. Article IV The organizational meeting will be held in January of each year. Members interested in serving as an officer must turn in an application by December 20th. Elections will be held in January of each year. There will be NO nominations from the floor UNLESS no one applies for the position. Article V Junior Fair Advisory Committee: This committee will serve in advisory capacity to the Junior Fair Board. THE PURPOSE OF THIS COMMITTEE is: 1. To be a liaison between the board and the organization they represent. 2. To provide advice and guidance to the board. 3. To assist in establishing and enforcing rules pertaining to Junior Fair. Members of the Advisory committee will serve 1 year terms and will be selected by their respective organizations. Committee members should report to the Junior Fair Coordinator no later than November 15th. Membership will consist of a MINIMUM of the following: 1 Junior Fair Coordinator 1 Vocational Representative 7 4-H Volunteers 1 Member of the County Extension Office Staff 1 Advisor from each: Boy Scouts & Girl Scouts 4 Directors of the Morrow County Agricultural Society To report selection of these members a letter should be sent to: Junior Fair Coordinator PO Box 168 Mt. Gilead, Ohio 43338


Article VI ANY member OR advisor who cannot attend a meeting MUST CALL THE JUNIOR FAIR COORDINATOR BEFORE the meeting. An excused absence is: Death in family Family/personal illness School activity in which you participate County, state or national award trips Or the discretion of the Coordinator If a member needs to be replaced, each organization will be responsible for their member. Any member who finds they will not be able to be at the fair, must give WRITTEN notice to the board by the June meeting. An additional member will be added to the board to help with summer activities and be an active member on the board. The new member will be eligible based on % of time on the board. Two unexcused absences may constitute removal from the board. Article VII Junior Fair Board Members MUST exhibit in the Junior Fair the current year of term. Article VIII If a Junior Fair Board Member wishes to resign, a letter of resignation must be addressed to: Junior Fair Board PO Box 168 Mt. Gilead, Ohio 43338 Article IX Proposed changes to the Constitution and rules governing the Junior Fair must be submitted in writing to the Junior Fair Coordinator no later than October 30th. Article X The Executive Committee will be made up of: President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Assistant Secretary/Treasurer Historian Co Extension Educator Junior Fair Coordinator A MINIMUM of 5must be present to do business as Executive Committee. Regular meetings require 51% of the whole board in attendance to vote on issues Article XI ANY Junior Fair Board member or Royalty (male OR female), may NOT be or have been married or be a parent. Article XII Code of Conduct will be followed along with all rules in Junior and Senior Fair Books. Article XIII Any Board member is not to use tobacco products even if of age. Use of alcohol is also prohibited. If any member is found doing this, member can be automatically removed from the Board.


ACTIVITIES DEPARTMENT Board Members in Charge: Skye Bivens, Alyssa Thompson, Emma Burchett, Dana Clinedinst, Gabrielle Snodgrass Advisors: Russ Mayer, Becky Barker, Barb Clark, Betty May,Julie Logan, Katie Gosset

JUNIOR FAIR AWARDS Applications for the following awards will be available from any Vocational Agricultural teacher, Scout leader, 4-H advisor, the County Extension Office or the Junior Fair Office at the fairgrounds. APPLICATIONS MUST BE COMPLETED AND RETURNED BY June 7TH of the current year, AT THE JUNIOR FAIR OFFICE. The following awards may be won only once by an exhibitor. You may apply for any or all of the awards and may receive only one award per year. Exceptions may be made by the Junior Fair Board advisors who are responsible for the selection of winners. MORROW COUNTY SCHOLARSHIP Presented Tuesday evening, 6:30, before Queen/King Contest in Youth Building.– The Morrow County Scholarship Awards are presented each year to outstanding Morrow County Junior Fair Exhibitors, one boy and one girl. The $250.00 Scholarship Award honors youth achievements and assist with their education and training beyond the High School level. 1. Basis of Award: a. Activity and leadership in local youth organizations b. Sportsmanship and conduct at the Fair c. Citizenship d. Student must be entered or entering into an accredited, post-high school academic program. e. Individual may only receive the scholarship once. 2. Scholarship will be paid at presentation ceremony. Monies are given to help with college expenses. SPONSOR: MORROW COUNTY SENIOR FAIR BOARD LEADERSHIP AWARD Presented Tuesday evening, 6:30, before Queen/King Contest in Youth Building –Leadership Awards are presented each year to Outstanding Morrow County Junior Fair Exhibitors-two deserving exhibitors (preferably one boy and one girl). These Awards are presented in recognition of the leadership these youth have shown. SPONSOR: THE MORROW COUNTY REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE CITIZENSHIP AWARD Presented Tuesday evening, 6:30, before Queen/King Contest in Youth Building.–Citizenship Awards are presented each year to Outstanding Morrow County Junior Fair Exhibitors - two deserving exhibitors (preferably one boy and one girl). These Awards are presented in recognition of the citizenship these youth have shown. SPONSOR: THE MORROW COUNTY DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

SHOWMAN OF SHOWMEN CONTEST Sunday Sign-up in Main Show Arena until 10:00 pm on Saturday of the Fair. Start Time 1:00pm Order place TBA Horse Arena Small Arena Main Arena Small Arena


Junior Fair Booths Clubs wishing to have a booth must be signed up by the end of the last day of Skill-a-thon in August. A club may request a 4’, 8’, 12’ or 16. Due to stability and safety, if a booth larger than 16’ is needed please contact the fair office. All decorations and projects must be housed inside the area provided. NO HAY, STRAW, or CORN STALKS ALLOWED. Use current fair theme. This is a great may to showcase what your club does and display all still projects that your members take. All decorating and projects must be in place by 8:00 p.m. on the 1 st Monday of the fair. On Tuesday of the fair 2 judges awards will be announced. This will be awarded by independent judges who will pick 2 overall winners. Size of booth does not matter. Beginning Wednesday through Sunday we will have the People’s Choice Awards. The general public will be able to vote from 9:00 am until 6:00 pm daily. Top vote will be that day’s winner. You may only win once during the current fair week. Have fun and enjoy!

JUNIOR FAIR KING AND QUEEN Participants must be 16 years old and not over 19 as of January 1 of the current year and be a current Junior Fair exhibitor. Participants must first submit an application and advisor recommendation to the Junior Fair Coordinator. Applications and recommendations are available through the Junior Fair Office and County Extension Office. Deadline date will be June 7. Applications are to be brought or mailed to the Junior Fair Office, PO Box 168, Mt. Gilead, Ohio 43338. All applicants must go through a judge’s interview. The interviews will take place on July 9, 2017 at the Junior Fair Office. A specific time will be scheduled for your interview when your application is received. The Judges interview is worth 50% of your total score. The interview judges are responsible for selecting and placing five candidates each for King and Queen. The placing are worth the following percentages: 1st - 50%, 2nd - 45%, 3rd - 40%, 4th - 35%, 5th - 30%. –all candidates will be notified by mail of the choice of the interview judges. The names and a short resume of the final five candidates for both King and Queen will be placed in the Sentinel. On the 1st Monday, all Junior Fair Exhibitors will have the opportunity to cast one vote each for King and Queen. The voting will take place in the Youth Building between the hours of 9 a.m. and 8 p.m. (If exhibitor is in building AND in line by 8:00 they will be able to vote.) These votes will be counted and the percentage applied to the interview judge’s score. In case of a tie, the winner will be determined by the voting of the exhibitors. The King and Queen Presentation will take place on Tuesday, at 6:30 p.m. in the Youth Building.

RABBIT AND POULTRY COSTUME CONTEST Tuesday, 8:00 p.m. Small Arena The contest is open to all 4-H and FFA youth exhibiting rabbits and/or poultry in the fair. First place in each category will receive an award. Categories include: Most Original People’s Choice Best Coordinating Costume (exhibitor and animal) Best Overall. A 25 word or less narrative is to be turned into the superintendent prior to the start of the event. Preregistration is not required – sign up will be on Monday during check in.

STUFFED ANIMAL COSTUME CONTEST Following the above contest, we will be having a STUFFED ANIMAL COSTUME CONTEST for children to young to participate as a Junior Fair Exhibitor.

A 25 word or less narrative is to be turned into the superintendent prior to the start of the event. Preregistration is not required – Sign up will be on a poster located in the Rabbit/Poultry Barn.


CLOVERBUD PARADE Wednesday 6:00p.m. Signup 6:30 Parade Starts Youth Building Use current year’s theme Open to all Clover buds to participate. Take a shoebox and turn it over to create a float like you would on a wagon bed. Participant will parade their float across the stage and it will then be put on display until the end of the fair.

GOAT OBSTACLE & COSTUME CONTEST

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Thursday 5:00pm Small Arena Sponsor: Chesterville General Store Open to all youth on the fairgrounds Sign up on poster in the goat barn 1. May borrow a goat with the owner’s permission 2. Obstacle course will have 2 age groups 8-12, 13-18 3. Costume Contest will include all ages Most Original, Best Coordinating (Exhibitor/Animal), People’s Choice, Best Overall 5. Prizes will be given.

JUNIOR FAIR BARNYARD OLYMPICS Friday, 2:00 pm Small Arena Sponsor: MORROW COUNTY FARM BUREAU 1. Open to all youth on the fairgrounds. 2. Age Groups: 8 and under 9-11 12-14 15-18 3. A free milkshake for every participant

KIDS & CALVES Sponsored by: Morrow County Dairymen Saturday, after show Main Arena Open to all youth on the grounds Must be 3 or Under 4-H age. Animal may be borrowed

SCOUT FUN ACTIVITIES Friday 1:00 p.m. Youth Building BOY SCOUTS PINEWOOD DERBY & DUTCH OVEN COOK OFF 2nd Monday of Fair 10:00 a.m. Youth Building


FOOD FUN DAY In Charge: Skye Bivens, Emma Burchett, Alyssa Thompson, Braelyn Pfliederer, Dana Clinedinst Advisors: Audrey Measor-Gale/Russ Mayer/Katie Gossett Youth Building Thursday of the Fair Entries must be in place in the Youth Building by 11:00 a.m. 1. Any Junior Fair Exhibitor(not clover buds) may enter the contest. Exhibitor does not need to be enrolled in a foods project. 2. Exhibitor must prepare their food (family size serving) and bring one copy of the recipe to the contest. The entry must be prepared according to the recipe submitted. 3. Any Exhibitor may enter any two of the categories. 4. Registration for these classes will be done in the Youth Building. You must register by 6 p.m. on Tuesday of the Fair. Overall winners in each class will be awarded: 1st - $8.00; 2nd - $5.00; 3rd - $3.00 5. There will be a tasting party for participants and viewers following the judging. 6. All entries will be released after the tasting party. 7. All recipes brought in will be collected. 8. All foods will be judged on flavor, appearance, and quality, including texture

FAVORITE FOODS WITH DAIRY PRODUCTS Sponsored by: The Morrow County Dairy Association 3 Classes - Appetizers; Main Course, Dessert Any recipe using one cup of a dairy product (no dairy substitutes) in any form may be used

FAVORITE FOODS WITH HONEY Sponsored by: The Morrow County Beekeeper's Association Any recipe in which honey is used as at least 50% of the sweetener

FAVORITE FOODS WITH BEEF Sponsored by: The Morrow County Cattleman's Association Any recipe using beef as the primary ingredient

FAVORITE FOODS WITH PORK PRODUCTS Sponsored by: The Morrow County Pork Producers 2 Classes - Appetizers; Main Course Any recipe using pork as the primary meat ingredient or lard as the major shortening may be used.

FAVORITE FOODS WITH VEGETABLES Sponsored by: Logan Family Farm Any recipe using vegetables as the primary ingredient

FAVORITE FOODS WITH MAPLE SYRUP Sponsored by: Maple Run Veterinary Clinic Any recipe using at least 2 tablespoons of pure maple syrup

FAVORITE FOODS WITH GOAT PRODUCTS Sponsored by: Goat Committee Any recipe using a goat product as the main ingredient

FAVORITE FOODS WITH FRUIT Sponsored by: Mike & Audrey Gale Any recipe using fruit as the main ingredient

FAVORITE FOODS THAT ARE SUGAR FREE Sponsored by: Jr Fair Board Any recipe using a sugar substitute in place of the sugar required

FAVORITE FOODS WITH POULTRY PRODUCTS Sponsored by: Jr Fair Board Any recipe using a poultry product as the main ingredient


All Junior Fair Animal Exhibits must be in place by 7:30 p.m., First Monday, of the fair. ALL livestock must be on the grounds by 7:00p.m. VET check will take place after the horse races are concluded. The vet will start in the STEER barn. DO NOT take cattle to tie outs until vet has been through this barn. If an animal is found with an issue, exhibitor will be required to take it home. Horse projects will be checked BEFORE entering the barn without blanket or saddle. Practices not reflecting real world agriculture practices and techniques are discouraged. Livestock should be raised and cared for with the spirit and purpose of the project in mind.

All market animals are to be drug free when they come on the grounds. If not, the Drug Use Notification Form must show the complete drug information and be properly filled out and signed. Failure to comply will be cause for disciplinary action. A - FEEDER–CALF DEPARTMENT Board Members in Charge; Nick McKinney, Alyssa Thompson, Braelyn Pfiederer Advisors: Jason Ruhl, Teresa Shipman Feeder Calf Weigh In & Tagging FIRST SATURDAY of June, 7-11 a.m. Fair Grounds 1st Monday of fair 5:30-7:30 ALL feeder calves MUST receive a shot at the June weigh –in with a buster shot. Cost is $10.00 per animal. All animals weighed in by one exhibitor at the pre-fair date must be entered and shown by the same exhibitor. You may weigh in up to 5 animals at the pre-fair date. Beef Feeders Thursday of the Fair 9:00 a.m. - Show Arena Showmanship & Classes Dairy Feeders Thursday of the fair 1:00 pm. - Show Arena Showmanship & Classes

Feeder Calf Master Showman will be chosen at the end of the Dairy Feeder showmanship. BBR Feeder Class/ MUST submit BBR certificate to enter. DUE WITH ENTRY/DEADLINE; JUNE 7th of the current year

CLASS A01C A01H A03C A03H A04C A04H

NAME OF EXHIBIT Beef Feeder Calf Beef Feeder Heifer Calf Dairy Feeder Calf (Ayrshire, Brown Swiss, Guernsey, Holstein, Jersey, Milking Shorthorn) Dairy Feeder Heifer Calf Mixed Feeder Calf (See Rule 13. Example Swedish Red x Jersey) Mixed Feeder Heifer


Dairy Breeds are: Ayrshire, Brown Swiss, Guernsey, Holstein, Jersey, and Milking Shorthorn. 1. Feeder Calves are to be born from January 1 and APRIL 1 of the current year. 2. Feeder calves may be male or female. Beef and Dairy Calves must be weaned, dehorned, castrated (males), cutting or banding is recommended, MUST be healed. If not, Animal will be dismissed from fair. 3. Fair weigh in will be on 1st Monday of the fair between 5:30-7:30p.m. The calves will be weighed once. This will be the official weight. Any discrepancy or question of weight by the owner shall be decided and settled while the animal is still on the scales. 4. Underweight and overweight feeder calves will be shown and graded in special classes and not allowed to compete for Grand Champion and cannot sell. They also may not compete in BBR classes. 5. Feeder Calves are to weigh from 350 to 799 pounds. 6. See Rules and the Tampering and Misrepresentation Guidelines found under Rules Governing the Junior Fair. 7. An Exhibitor may show 3 market animals in this department; any combination of the two divisions. 8. There are to be no gates or panels between animals in the same family or farm except to separate large steers from smaller feeders or calves with board approval. 9. Feeder calves are required to have shipping fever shots (respiratory vaccinations) in order to show at the fair. The first one is given at June weigh in. The second one should be given 30 days later, but no late then August 1 st. The cost is $10.00 per calf. Keep shot refrigerated till needed. 10. Pens, stalls, and cages must be cleaned by the exhibitor and checked by a Fair Board member before the exhibitor may take final leave of the grounds. IF PENS ARE NOT CLEANED PREMIUMS WILL BE FORFEITED 11. Feeder calves will be dismissed from the fair only after the last feeder has sold in the livestock sale.

12. The Dairy Feeder Show will be divided into light weight, medium weight, and heavy weight classes. Awards for champions in each of these classes will be sponsored by the Morrow County Dairy Association. The Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Dairy Feeder will be chosen from these weight class champions. 13. Mixed Dairy is defined under this rule. Dairy Classes will consist of the 6 major breeds in America, Ayrshire, Brown Swiss, Guernsey, Holstein, Jersey, Milking Shorthorn or a combination of them. If it is a dairy breed not listed, OR crossed with one of the American breeds it will show as a Mixed Feeder. This class will have a Champion and Reserve sponsored by the Dairy Board. 14. Grooming will be allowed with products that are approved for use on meat producing animals. STATE FAIR RULE of any PRODUCT WHICH CHANGES, ENHANCES, OR ALTERS THE NATURAL COLOR OF THE ANIMAL WILL NOT BE PERMITTED. (INCLUDED BUT NOT LIMITED TO; PAINTS, DYES, POWDERS, NONCLEAR ADHESIVES, AND FOAM OR SHOE POLISH) This will apply to Morrow County. 15. ALL LIVESTOCK: If illness occurs in a barn and animals are quarantined, it will be the owner’s responsibility to feed, water, and bed animals till released. Then clean pens on release. 16. Drenching of an animal is defined as the act of using an instrument placed in an animal’s mouth to orally administer a liquid. Examples of instruments are, but not limited to: drench gun, syringes, bottles, bottles with nipples, straws, hose, pipe, hand, etc. ALL LIVESTOCK: Drenching of an animal is prohibited unless diagnosed AND prescribed by a licensed veterinarian, AND a Veterinarian MUST be present when the drenching takes place. All veterinarian prescriptions for drenching also need approval of and kept on file at the Jr Fair Office. Animals needing to be bottle fed must also be approved by Jr. Fair Board. (This rule excludes rabbit waters and nipple waters for hogs.)

17. 2:3 Rule is used to help set classes for show. If this rule applies you must have 2 exhibitors and 3 animals to make a class. For Market Beef and/or Dairy it is by breed/2:3 rule. For BBR


classes it will be by weight. 18. BBR Champion and Reserve WILL compete for Overall Champion but will NOT compete in their general class.

B- BEEF DEPARTMENT Board Members in Charge: Nick McKinney, Alyssa Thompson Advisors: Jason Ruhl, Teresa Shipman Steers and Market Heifers were weighed in and tagged on 1 st Saturday of December of prior year to show. Example: for 2018 fair weigh in would be first Saturday in December 2017. All animals weighed in by one exhibitor at the pre-fair date must be entered and shown by the same exhibitor. You may weigh in up to 5 animals at the pre-fair date. Animals MUST be castrated and HEALED by 1st Monday of the fair. If NOT animals will not be able to Show or Sell Animals MUST be banded or cut. Fair Weigh In 1st Monday of the fair 5:30-7:30 In Beef Barn Wednesday, of the Fair Beef Breeding-10 a.m. Showmanship–4:30 p.m. Market Show - 6 p.m. Show Arena

To make a Market class there must be 2 exhibitors and 3 entries. Breeding classes show by Breed. Market BBR classes will show by weight. Special Awards are donated for the Champion Hereford Steer and Grand Champion Over All Hereford Steer. We will use the State Fair breed qualifications. You can pick up a copy in the Junior Fair office if you need to see it. Entry numbers for Breeding Classes are as follows: Beef Breeding Classes NAME OF EXHIBIT Junior Calf - born between Jan. 1 and April 30, 2018 Winter Calf - born between Nov. 1 and Dec.31, 2017 Senior Calf - born between Sept. 1 and Oct. 31, 2016 Late Summer Yearling - born between July 1& Aug.31, 2017 Early Summer Yearling - born between May 1& June 30, 2017 Late Junior Yearling - born between Mar. 1 & April 30, 2017 Early Junior Yearling - born between Jan. 1 & Feb.28, 2017 Senior Yearling - born between Sept. 1 & Dec.31, 2016 2 year old & under 4 year old cow with calf born after Jan. 1, 2014 4 year old and under 7 year old cow with calf born after January 1, 2014 See next page---→ B - Beef Breeding


B16 B17 BA01 BA02 BA03 BA04 BA05 BA06 BA07 BA08 BA09 BA10 BH01 BH02 BH03 BH04 BH05 BH06 BH07 BH08 BH09 BH10 BM01 BM02 BM03 BM04 BM05 BM06 BM07 BM08 BM09 BM10

Bred & Owned Heifer Bred Born & Raised Breeding Heifer Junior Calf Angus Winter Calf Angus Senior Calf Angus Late Summer Yearling Angus Early Summer Yearling Angus Late Junior Yearling Angus Early Junior Yearling Angus Senior Yearling Angus 2-4 yr old cow w/calf Angus 4-7 yr old cow w/calf Angus Junior Calf Hereford Winter Calf Hereford Senior Calf Hereford Late Summer Yearling Hereford Early Summer Yearling Hereford Late Junior Yearling Hereford Early Junior Yearling Hereford Senior Yearling Hereford 2-4 yr old cow w/calf Hereford 4-7 yr old cow w/calf Hereford Junior Calf Maine Winter Calf Maine Senior Calf Maine Late Summer Yearling Maine Early Summer Yearling Maine Late Junior Yearling Maine Early Junior Yearling Maine Senior Yearling Maine 2-4 yr old cow w/calf Maine 4-7 yr old cow w/calf Maine

Market Classes B - Market Beef

BSH01 BSH02 BSH03 BSH04 BSH05 BSH06 BSH07 BSH08 BSH09 BSH10 BSM01 BSM02 BSM03 BSM04 BSM05 BSM06 BSM07 BSM08 BSM09 BSM10 BW01 BW02 BW03 BW04 BW05 BW06 BW07 BW08 BW09 BW10 BX01 BX02 BX03 BX04 BX05 BX06 BX07 BX08 BX09 BX10

Junior Calf Shorthorn Winter Calf Shorthorn Senior Calf Shorthorn Late Summer Yearling Shorthorn Early Summer Yrling Shorthorn Late Junior Yearling Shorthorn Early Junior Yrling Shorthorn Senior Yearling Shorthorn 2-4 yr cow w/calf Shorthorn 4-7 yr cow w/calf Shorthorn Junior Calf Simmental Winter Calf Simmental Senior Calf Simmental Late Summer Yearling Simmental Early Summer Yrling Simmental Late Junior Yearling Simmental Early Junior Yrling Simmental Senior Yearling Simmental 2-4 yr cow w/calf Simmental 4-7 yr cow w/calf Simmental Junior Calf All Other Breeds (AOB) Winter Calf All Other Breeds (AOB) Senior Calf All Other Breeds (AOB) Late Summer Yearling AOB Early Summer Yearling AOB Late Junior Yearling AOB Early Junior Yearling AOB Senior Yrling AOB 2-4 yr old cow w/calf AOB 4-7 yr old cow w/calf AOB Junior Calf Crossbred Winter Calf Crossbred Senior Calf Crossbred Late Summer Yearling Crossbred Early Summer Yrling Crossbred Late Junior Yearling Crossbred Early Junior Yrling Crossbred Senior Yearling Crossbred 2-4 yr cow w/calf Crossbred 4-7 yr cow w/calf Crossbred See next page--→


B18 BAS11 BCH11 BCI11 BD11 BHM11 BHR11 BM11 BSH11 BSM11 BW11 BX11

Carcass Contest Breed Steer Angus Breed Steer Charlois Breed Steer Chi Dairy Steer Market Heifer Breed Steer Hereford Breed Steer Maine Breed Steer Shorthorn Breed Steer Simmental Breed Steer All Other Breeds Breed Steer Crossbred

B18 Carcass Contest (rules below) CARCASS CONTEST: Jason Ruhl, Becky Barker, Julie Logan, Dale Huvler 1. Open to Jr Fair exhibitors that are showing in the Beef Department. 2. Steers and Heifers are eligible. 3. Crytorcids and late castrates will be disqualified. 4. Animals must weigh a minimum of 800 pounds. 5. Awards provided by Links Meats, NO PREMIUMS FOR THIS CLASS. 6. Carcasses to be handled by Links Meats. 7. Carcasses can be viewed Thursday following fair at 5:30pm. 8. Links IS NOT responsible for the meat. Cut instructions should be called in by Tuesday, after the fair, to Links. 9. Load out time will be posted at the fair. 10. ONE animal per exhibitor BBR Market Beef classes will be made up from the BBR certificates that are turned in by June 7th of current fair year. We no longer enter BBR on the fair form. 1. Steers and Market Heifers must have been owned and cared for by the Exhibitor since December 1, of prior calendar year. 2. Steers and Market Heifers will be weighed First Monday of the fair, between 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. They will be weighed once. This will be the official weight throughout the Fair. Any discrepancy or questions of weight by the owner shall be decided and settled while the animal is on the scales. 3. Steers and Market Heifers must weigh 800 pounds and up. 4. Underweight steers and market heifers will be shown and graded in special classes and are not allowed to compete for Grand Champion or sell. 5. In the class B11, there will be three per breed by two exhibitors. All classes with less will be combined into one class. This class will be called “All Other Breeds�. If an animal does not have registration papers it will be placed in the crossbred class. 6. The Morrow County Cattleman's Association (MCCA) will sponsor a Bred, Born, and Raised (BBR) in Morrow County Market Beef Class. (a) Market Beef are to be claimed as BBR at the time of the December weigh-in. The


certificate showing breeder, address, phone number and owner must be turned by June 7th of the current year. (b). All Steers and Market Heifers must be special tagged and hair samples submitted at the December weigh-in if showing at the State Fair. (c). The BBR classes (divided by weight NOT by breed) will be before the regular Market Steer and Heifer Classes. (d). BBR Steers and Market Heifers may also show in the regular steer and market heifer classes except for the Champion and Reserve Champion. (e). The MCCA will provide the awards for the BBR classes. (f). The BBR Champions and the Champion and Reserve Breed Champions will show for Grand and Reserve Champion Overall. (g). The BBR Champions will follow the Grand and Reserve Champion Market Beef in the sale lineup. They will not compete in their general class. 7. The Morrow County Cattlemen's Association (MCCA) will sponsor a bred and owned Heifer Class for Morrow County Jr. Fair participants. a. Heifer must qualify under rules and classification of a junior fair project. b. Heifer must have legal registration from breed association. Crossbreds do not qualify. c. Exhibitor must be the breeder and owner of his/her heifer. Registration papers need to be turned in by June 7th of the current year, at the Jr Fair Office. Farm names will not be accepted must have individual's name only. Tattoos must be legible and match papers . d. MCCA reserves the right to break classes if necessary. e. All awards furnished by MCCA. f. Bred and owned Heifers will show preceding the Breeding Show. 8. See Rules and the Tampering and Misrepresentation Guidelines found under Rules Governing the Junior Fair. 9. An exhibitor may show three market animals in this division. 10. There are to be no gates or panels between animals in the same family or farm except to separate large steers from smaller feeders or calves with board approval. 11. Fans are to hang from the side, one fan per animal, and not to interfere with any other project. No Butt Fans. 12. Pens, stalls, and cages must be cleaned by the exhibitor and checked by a Fair board member before the exhibitor may take final leave of the grounds. If pens are not cleaned, premiums will be forfeited. 13. Steers and beef breeding projects will be dismissed from the fair only after the last steer has sold in the livestock sale. 14. Steers and Market Heifers can be shown with grooming products that are approved for use on meat animals. STATE FAIR RULE of any PRODUCT WHICH CHANGES, ENHANCES, OR ALTERS THE NATURAL COLOR OF THE ANIMAL WILL NOT BE PERMITTED.( INCLUDED BUT NOT LIMITED TO; PAINTS , DYE, POWDERS, NON-CLEAR ADHESIVES, AND FOAMS OR SHOE POLISH) This will also apply to Morrow County. 15. Soap and water only are to be used on the steers and market heifers for sale day.


16. Registered steers are to turn in a copy of the breed registration papers to the Junior Fair office no later than June 7th of the current year. Breed is declared at the December weigh-in and if papers are not received by June 7th, of the current year, the animal will show as a crossbred. 17. There are to be no fresh tattoos or ear notches on registered animals. Tattoos or ear notches are to be totally healed, show no redness or irritation. ***Please note that in the barn, you are assigned the number to the left of the hole. 18. NO BEDDING shall be laid until AFTER 1:00pm on the Sunday before fair. Pen assignments will NOT be hung until AFTER 1:00pm. DO NOT move pens without permission from a FAIR BOARD member. RECOMMENDED BEDDING; Straw, sawdust, SMALL CHIPS. If you use large/shredded bark or chips it is the exhibitors responsibility to remove it by the end of the fair, (midnight of the last day, unless cleared through a SR. Board member). Failure to remove bedding will result in forfeiting premiums. Bark is a hazard to those spreading the manure. 19. TENTS: 10x10 per family. 20. 2:3 rule Clarification on determining classes. Classes will be determined by bred in the Breeding Classes. In the Market Classes there must be 2 exhibitors and 3 entries to have a class. BBR classes will show by weight. 21. ALL LIVESTOCK: If illness occurs in a barn and animals are quarantined, it will be the owner’s responsibility to feed, water, and bed animals till released. Then clean pens on release. 22. Drenching of an animal is defined as the act of using an instrument placed in an animal’s mouth to orally administer a liquid. Examples of instruments are, but not limited to: drench gun, syringes, bottles, bottles with nipples, straws, hose, pipe, hand, etc. ALL LIVESTOCK: Drenching of an animal is prohibited unless diagnosed AND prescribed by a licensed veterinarian, AND a Veterinarian MUST be present when the drenching takes place. All veterinarian prescriptions for drenching also need approval of and kept on file at the Jr Fair Office. Animals needing to be bottle fed must also be approved by Jr. Fair Board. (This rule excludes rabbit waters and nipple waters for hogs.) 23. Mixed Dairy is the same as in the Feeder Classes. If the animal is a dairy breed not listed, Or crossed with one of the American breeds it will show as a Mixed Steer This class must have 3 animals to be deemed a class of its own; otherwise they will show as crossbreds. 6 Major American Dairy Breeds include: Holstein, Jersey, Guernsey, Brown Swiss, Ayrshire, and Milking Shorthorn.

Tie-Outs--It is RECOMMENDED not to have animals leave the barns until after 10:00p.m., and be back in the barns BEFORE 10:00a.m. (This is recommended so barns are not empty when people/potential buyers are on the grounds.)


C - GOAT DEPARTMENT Board Members in Charge: Tyler Brown, Jacob Kirkland, Rachel Keckler, Gabrielle Snodgrass Advisors: Dave Brown, Audrey Mesaor-Gale

Market Goat Weigh In & Tagging/Tattooing First Saturday in June, 7-11 a.m. Fair Grounds All animals weighed in by one exhibitor at the pre-fair date must be entered and shown by the same exhibitor. You may weigh in up to 5 animals at the pre-fair date. Goats have scurs no longer than 2� at fair. Market Goat Weigh In 1st Monday of the Fair, 4:00-5:30 or after last Lamb ONLY 2 ANIMALS MAY WEIGH IN!! Crowning of Royalty 1st Monday of the Fair 8:00 p.m. Small Arena Pack/Cart Goats/TBA/Exhibitor will be contacted before fair. Goat Obstacle & Costume Contest Thursday of the Fair, 5:00pm Dairy, Pygmy and Angora Goat Show DAIRY WILL SHOW FIRST Thursday of the Fair, 9:30am Market and Meat Breeding Goat Show Saturday of the Fair, 9:30am Master Showman will take place here for ALL goat showmen.

Dairy, Boer and Market Goat Show Harness and Pack goat classes do not need a breed clarification. All goats, claiming to be a specific breed must have a copy of breed registration papers. If you have no registration papers they will show as utility animals. Registration papers will be due in the Jr Fair Office by June 27th. EXCEPTION: those goats born after June 21st, their papers will be due on move in day. Animals MUST be checked in BEFORE unloading in the barn!!

C- Dairy Goat CA06 CA07 CA08 CA09

Doe Kid Alpine (0-12 mo) Dry Yearling Alpine-never Doe Yearling Alpine (13-24 mo) Aged Doe Alpine (25-48 mo)

CO06 CO07 CO08 CO09

Doe Kid Oberhasli (0-12 mo) Dry Yearling Oberhasli-never Doe Yrling Oberhasli (13-24mo) Aged Doe Oberhasli


CA10 CL06 CL07 CL08 CL09 CL10 CNI06 CNI07 CNI08 CNI09 CNI10 CNU06 CNU07 CNU08 CNU09 CNU10

Old Doe Alpine (49 mo +) Doe Kid LaMancha (0-12 mo) Dry Yearling LaMancha-never Doe Yrling LaMancha(13-24 mo) Aged Doe LaMancha (25-48 mo) Old Doe LaMancha (49 mo +) Doe Kid Nigerian (0-12 mo) Dry Yearling Nigerian-never Doe Yearling Nigerian Aged Doe Nigerian(25-48 mo) Old Doe Nigerian (49 mo +) Doe Kid Nubian (0-12 mo) Dry Yearling Nubian-never Doe Yearling Nubian(13-24 mo) Aged Doe Nubian (25-48 mo) Old Doe Nubian (49 mo +)

CO09 CO10 CS06 CS07 CS08 CS09 CS10 CT06 CT07 CT08 CT09 CT10 CU06 CU07 CU08 CU09 CU10 CZ11

C - Angora Goat C11 C12

Angora Does Angora Wethers

C - Market Goat C05

C - Pygmy Goat C13 C14 C15 C16 C17 C18

Pygmy Grade Doe Kid (0-6 mo) Pygmy Grade Doe (7-12 mo) Pygmy Grade Dry Yrling-never Pygmy Grade Doe Yrling(13-24mo Pygmy Grade Old Doe (25-48 mo) Pygmy Grade Aged Doe(49 mo +)

C19 C20 C21 C22 C23 C24

Pygmy Reg Doe Kid (0-6 mo) Pygmy Reg Doe Kid (7-12 mo) Pygmy Reg Dry Yrlg-never fresh Pygmy Reg Doe Yrlg (13-24 mo) Pygmy Reg Old Doe (25-48 mo) Pygmy Reg Aged Doe (49 mo +)

Aged Doe Oberhasli (25-48 mo) Old Doe Oberhasli (49 mo +) Doe Kid Saanen (0-12 mo) Dry Yearling Saanen-never Doe Yearling Saanen (13-24 mo) Aged Doe Saanen (25-48 mo) Old Doe Saanen (49 mo +) Doe Kid Toggenburg (0-12 mo) Dry Yearling Toggenburg-never Doe Yrling Toggenburg(13-24mo) Aged Doe Toggenburg(25-48 mo) Old Doe Toggenburg (49 mo +) Doe Kid Utility (0-12 mo) Dry Yearling Utility-never Doe Yearling (13-24 mon) Utility Aged Doe Utility (25-48 mon) Old Doe (49+ mon) Utility Dam/Daughter (Any Dairy Breed)

Market Goat

C - Full Blood Boer Goat CB101 CB102 CB103 CB104

Doe Kid-Boer(0-12 mo of age) Dry Ylg-Boer(13-24 mo of age) Doe Ylg-Boer(13-24 mo of age) Aged Doe-Boer(25 mo and older)

C - Percentage Boer CB201 CB202 CB203 CB204

Doe Kid-%Boer(0-12 mo) Papers Dry Yrl-%Boer(13-24 mo) Papers Doe Yrl-%Boer(13-24 mo) Papers Aged Doe-%Boer(25 mo & older)


C25 C26 C27 C28 C29

Pygmy Dam & Daughter Pygmy Wether (0-12 mon) Pygmy Wether (13-24) Pygmy Wether (25-59 mo) Pygmy Wether (60 months & old)

C - No Paper Meat Goat CUB01 CUB02 CUB03 CUB04

Doe Kid(0-12 months) NO papers Dry Yrlng(13-24) Never Fre/NP Doe Yrlng(13-24mon) NO papers Aged Doe (25+ month) No Paper

C - Harness & Pack Goat C30 C31 C32 C33

Pack Goat- Any age, any ability Harness Goat year 1 Pack Goat year 2 Pack Goat, year 3

Harness and Pack Goat Division C31 Harness Goat (year 1) - goats must be halter broken and led on a lead strap. Animal should respond to voice commands of stop, go, back, left, and right. C32 Harness Goat (year 2) - goats will be harnessed and pull an empty cart. The animal should respond to voice commands of stop, go, back, left, and right. C33 Harness Goat (year 3) - goats will be harnessed and pull a child-driven cart. The animal must respond to commands of stop, go, back, left, and right while pulling the cart through an obstacle course. C30 Pack Goat – any age, any ability (1st yr. goat should be able to carry an empty pack and should be able to navigate with the exhibitor like they are on a trail. This is NOT a glorified obstacle course. 2 nd yr. goat should navigate with exhibitor and be able to carry a light load in their pack. 3rd yr. goat should be able to navigate with exhibitor and be able to carry a heavy pack.) If you have questions please call the Jr Fair office. Sheep, Swine and Goat BBR (Bred, Born and Raised in Morrow County) market classes will be limited to two entries per exhibitor. You are to turn in BBR papers for any of the animals you weigh and tag at the June weigh in, and the decision as to which animals will be placed in the BBR class will need to be made at the fair weigh in. We will be listing all the breeders in the show programs and announcing them again during the classes at the show Goats are to be claimed as BBR at the time of the June Weigh In. The certificate showing breeder, address, phone number and owner must be turned in by June 7th of current year, may claim 5 BBR goats at this time. The final decision as to which goats will actually enter the class will be made at the time of the Fair weigh in. ONLY 2 ANIMALS PER EXHIBITOR WAY WEIGH IN AT AUGUST WEIGH IN. B. The BBR Champions and the Breed Champions will show for Grand and Reserve Champion Overall. C. The BBR Champions will follow the Grand and Reserve Champion Market Lambs/Goats in the Sale lineup.

General Rules 1. Market Goats will weigh in on 1st Monday of the fair, 4-5:30 p.m. in the sheep barn. If you are unable to make this time, you may bring your goat(s) during the market lamb weigh in but no later than 7:30. The goats will be weighed once. This will be the official weight. Any discrepancy or question of weight by the owner shall be decided and settled while the animal is still on the sales. All underweight market goats will be shown and graded in a special class and not allowed to compete for champion or sell. They also may not compete in BBR classes. 2. Dairy breeding and Market goats MUST be shorn before show day. 3. Lactating dairy goats are to be in place by 8 a.m. on Thursday and will be released at 3 p.m. or following the


show, whichever is later, that same day. 4. Exhibitors are to keep water in front of their goats at all times. 5. See Rules and Tampering & Misrepresentation Guidelines found under Rules Governing The Junior Fair. 6. An Exhibitor may show only two market animals in this division. 7. All goat exhibitors will be responsible for making the allotted pen retain their goat(s) with material they provide themselves. They are not to use gates and panels needed to make additional pens for exhibitors. 8. Dairy goats are to be shown with choker chains. SPIKE COLLARS ARE NOT TO BE USED ON ANY GOAT. Pygmy goats are to be shown with collars and a short lead 9. Registered Boer breeding goats and Angora goats are allowed to have horns. 10 Pens and cages must be cleaned by the exhibitor and checked by a Fair board member before the exhibitor may take final leave of the grounds. IF pens are not cleaned premiums will be forfeited. 11. Goat projects will be dismissed from the fair only after the last market goat has sold in the Livestock sale. This includes all pygmy, dairy, angora, and market goats. 12. Scrapie ID All goats and sheep (Junior and Senior Fair) are to have Scrapie tags, including wethers. When you are buying an animal, it should have a Scrapie tag already in it before you take it home. If you need information on how to get Scrapie tags for your animals, contact the Jr. Fair office (9471567) or the Extension office (947-1070) Scrapie Record Cards (provided by the fair at fair or on request) Scrapie cards are to be turned in at THE FAIR. 13. There are to be no fresh tattoos or ear notches on registered animals. Tattoos or ear notches are to be totally healed, show no redness or irritation. 14. Any Negative gain animals will NOT show and will be removed from the grounds immediately. 15. Registration Papers will be check BEFORE UNLOADING animals. 16. Be prepared to have someone at your pen at 9:30 am, Tuesday of the Fair, for State Vet check. Tattoos must be legible. If you have chipped animals a reader MUST be supplied by the exhibitor. 17. Bracing or not bracing of goats is a personal preference and is up to the exhibitor.

GOAT OBSTACLE & COSTUME CONTEST Thursday of the Fair, 5:00 pm/or after show is complete Whichever is later Small Arena Sponsored by: Chesterville Grocery RULES 1. Open to ALL youth on the fairgrounds. 2. Sign up on poster in Goat barn. 3. May borrow a goat with owner’s permission. 4. Obstacle will have 2 age groups. 5. Costume Contest will include all ages. 6. Prizes will be given. 7. Goat may be borrowed BUT if department people feel goat is to tired another animal will need to be used.

Goat Poster Contest Sponsored by; Morrow County Goat Committee Poster Subject: Goats

Rules 1. Poster can be original artwork or photo story/collection of prints (at least 5 no more than 10) with captions. 2. You do NOT have to be a goat exhibitor to enter. This is open to any Junior Fair exhibitor.


3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Poster is to be 14”x22” only. Age groups as of January 1 current year: 10 & under, 11-14, 15-19, Adult Place name, age, phone # on back of poster. Turn in at Jr Fair Office by 8:00 1st Monday of fair. Placings will be awarded at goat shows during the fair.

D-DAIRY DEPARTMENT Board Members in Charge-Lucy Smith Advisor-Angie Bush, Barb Clark Show Saturday of the Fair 10a.m. Class Numbers are on the next page. NAME OF EXHIBIT Spring/ Junior Heifer Calf-born by March 1, 2018 & over 4 months of age Winter/ Intermediate Heifer Calf-born December 1, 2017-February 28, 2018 Fall/ Senior Heifer Calf-born September 1, 2017-November 30, 2017 Summer/ Yearling Heifer-Born June 1, 2017-August 31, 2017 Spring/ Junior Yearling Heifer-born March 1, 2017-May 31, 2017 Winter/ Intermediate Yearling Heifer-born December 1, 2016-February 28, 2017 Fall/Senior Yearling Heifer-born September 1, 2016-November 30, 2016 Junior 2 year old Cow-born March 1, 2016-August 31, 2016 Senior 2 year old Cow-born September 1, 2015-February 28, 2016 3 year old Cow-born September 1, 2014-August 31, 2015 4 year old Cow-born September 1, 2013-August 31, 2014 Aged Cow-5 years or older, born on or before August 31, 2013 Dam and Daughter-Must be entered and exhibited by one Junior Fair Exhibitor.

For the Cow/Calf class, the cow needs to be lactating and the calf needs to be nursing. • All Junior Fair Dairy Cattle with the exception of lactating cows are to be in place by 7:00 p.m. on the 1st Monday, and will be released on Sunday of the Fair after 8:00 p.m. Lactating cows are to be in place by 9:00a.m. on Saturday and will be released at 4:00 p.m. on Show Day. • use.

Junior Fair dairy cattle may be of full blood grade quality, registered, or a dairy crossbred intended for dairy

Classes D14 & D15 receive awards but not ABC premiums.

See Rules and The Tampering and Misrepresentation Guidelines under Rules Governing the Junior Fair.

• Pens, stalls and cages must be cleaned by the exhibitor and checked by a Fair Board member before the exhibitor may take final leave of the grounds. If pens are not cleaned, premiums will be forfeited. • ALL LIVESTOCK: If illness occurs in a barn and animals are quarantined, it will be the owner’s responsibility to feed, water, and bed animals till released. Then clean pens on release. • Drenching of an animal is defined as the act of using an instrument placed in an animal’s mouth to orally administer a liquid. Examples of instruments are, but not limited to: drench gun, syringes, bottles, bottles with nipples, straws, hose, pipe, hand, etc. ALL LIVESTOCK: Drenching of an animal is prohibited unless diagnosed AND prescribed by a licensed veterinarian, AND a Veterinarian MUST be present when the drenching takes place. All veterinarian prescriptions for drenching also need approval of and kept on file at


the Jr Fair Office. Animals needing to be bottle fed must also be approved by Jr. Fair Board. (This rule excludes rabbit waters and nipple waters for hogs.) SHOW ORDER Showmnship-10:00 a.m. Senior, Intermediate, Junior, Beginner, Master Dairy Show-following showmanship KIDS & CALVES

D - Dairy Cattle D14 D15 DA01 DA02 DA03 DA04 DA05 DA06 DA07 DA08 DA09 DA10 DA11 DA12 DA13 DB01 DB02 DB03 DB04 DB05 DB06 DB07 DB08 DB09 DB10 DB11 DB12 DB13 DG01 DG02 DG03 DG04 DG05 DG06

Dam & Daughter Best Three Junior Heifer Calf Ayrshire Int Heifer Calf Ayrshire Senior Heifer Calf Ayrshire Summer Yrling Heifer Ayrshire Jr Yearling Heifer Ayrshire Int Yearling Heifer Ayrshiire Sr Yearling Heifer Ayrshire Jr 2 year old Cow Ayrshire Sr 2 year old Cow Ayrshire 3 yr old cow Ayrshire 4 yr old Cow Ayrshire Aged Cow, 5 yrs+ Ayrshire Dry Cow, any age Ayrshire Junior Heifer Calf Brown Swiss Int Heifer Calf Brown Swiss Senior Heifer Calf Brown Swiss Summer Yrling Brown Swiss Jr Yearling Heifer Brown Swiss Int Yearling Heifer Brown Swis Sr Yearling Heifer Brown Swiss Jr 2 year old Cow Brown Swiss Sr 2 year old Cow Brown Swiss 3 yr old cow Brown Swiss 4 yr old Cow Brown Swiss Aged Cow, 5 yrs+ Brown Swiss Dry Cow, any age Brown Swiss Junior Heifer Calf Guernsey Int Heifer Calf Guernsey Senior Heifer Calf Guernsey Summer Yearling Guernsey Jr Yearling Heifer Guernsey Int Yearling Heifer Guernsey

DH01 DH02 DH03 DH04 DH05 DH06 DH07 DH08 DH09 DH10 DH11 DH12 DH13 DJ01 DJ02 DJ03 DJ04 DJ05 DJ06 DJ07 DJ08 DJ09 DJ10 DJ11 DJ12 DJ13 DX02 DX03 DX05 DX06 DX07 DX10

Junior Heifer Calf Holstein Int Heifer Calf Holstein Senior Heifer Calf Holstein Summer Yearling Holstein Jr Yearling Heifer Holstein Int Yearling Heifer Holstein Sr Yearling Heifer Holstein Jr 2 year old Cow Holstein Sr 2 year old Cow Holstein 3 yr old cow Holstein 4 yr old Cow Holstein Aged Cow, 5 yrs+ Holstein Dry Cow, any age Holstein Junior Heifer Calf Jersey Int Heifer Calf Jersey Senior Heifer Calf Jersey Summer Yearling Jersey Jr Yearling Heifer Jersey Int Yearling Heifer Jersey Sr Yearling Heifer Jersey Jr 2 year old Cow Jersey Sr 2 year old Cow Jersey 3 yr old cow Jersey 4 yr old Cow Jersey Aged Cow, 5 yrs+ Jersey Dry Cow, any age Jersey Inter. Heifer Calf X Fall/Senior Heifer X Jr Yearling Heifer X Intermediate Yearling Heifer X Senior 2 yr Old Cow X 3 Year old Cow X


DG07 DG08 DG09 DG10 DG11 DG12 DG13

Sr Yearling Heifer Guernsey Jr 2 year old Cow Guernsey Sr 2 year old Cow Guernsey 3 yr old cow Guernsey 4 yr old Cow Guernsey Aged Cow, 5 yrs+ Guernsey Dry Cow, any age Guernsey

E - HORSE AND PONY DEPARTMENT Board Members in Charge: Tess Ruehrmund, Katelynn Votaw Advisors: Betty May, Steve May NO HORSE TRAILERS PARKED ON THE GROUNDS BEFORE SUNDAY (Day before move in) MORNING AT 9:00a.m. Horse Identification forms; Release forms, Lease forms, and State Fair Qualifying registration forms must be turned into the 4-H Extension office by June 1. Jr. Fair ENTRIES are due June 7th at JUNIOR FAIR OFFICE. These are two different things!! ALL HORSES WILL BE EVALUATED AS THEY UNLOAD WITH BLANKETS REMOVED. DO NOT ENTER BARN TILL THIS IS DONE. All horses must show in A, B, C judging in order to be eligible to show in any other class during the fair. 1. Jr. Fair Draft Animals (mules, miniature horses, draft horses, & draft ponies) will be A, B, C judged on Tuesday at 9:30a.m. before the regular classes/Main Horse Arena. Other judging days for Drafts/Minis require entry through the Senior Fair at the Draft Arena. 2. Horses arriving late or leaving the fair early are required to have prior approval by the 4-H Horse committee and Junior Fair Board. 3. Ohio 4-H and Morrow County Horse and Pony 4-H Rules govern all classes. 4. If an exhibitor has a question to ask the judge he/she must get permission from the Steward in Charge. 5. See Rules and Tampering and Misrepresentation Guidelines found under Rules Governing the Junior Fair. 6. Parents and Advisors only are allowed in the practice arena with their exhibitor. 7. Trainers are to have no contact with the exhibitor or animal on the Fairgrounds during the duration of the fair. 8. Helmets are required at all times while riding or driving an equine. 9. Stalls must be cleaned by the exhibitor and checked by a Horse and Pony advisor or Junior Fair Board member, before taking final leave of the grounds. If pens are NOT cleaned, premiums will be forfeited. 10. The Horse and Pony Department will be dismissed from the Fair at 3 p.m. on 2 nd Monday. 11. Any Horse registered as a Junior Fair project may be used by a parent or sibling only during specific shows at the Morrow County Fair. 12. There should be water kept in front of the animal at all times. 13. All feed / grain must be stored in a LOCKED tack box if in the barn. ALL hay and straw must be stored in your trailer. 14. No Smoking within 50 feet of barn. 15. Riding allowed in arena and working arena only. (No Riding in the Barn or on either side of the barn.) All horses and ponies must remain at a walk outside of arena or work area and must be led outside of the arena and work area. 16. No parking of vehicles inside of fenced off area. 17. Keep horses and ponies inside fence, away from all food wagons or stands. 18. Scheduled practice sessions in the arena will be allowed from daybreak until ½ hr. before show and from conclusion of show each day until 11:00p.m. English practice will be Monday evening following the King and Queen Competition. Contest Practice - Even Hours Pleasure Practice - Odd Hours. 19. Horses and ponies are to be ridden by 4-H Horse and Pony project member only. Failing to abide by this rule may result in dismissal from the fair. (Exception-rule #15)


20. Clover bud members shall not participate in any form (riding, sitting or handling) of a 4-H Horse & Pony member’s project at any time during the Morrow County Fair.

1st Monday of the Fair 7:00pm- Horses must be on Fairgrounds Tuesday, of the Fair ABC Judging 9:30 a.m. Pattern: Walk to point A, Trot to point B (judge), set up to be inspected. Mini’s & Drafts will SHOW at 9:30am Class E18 E17 E16 E15 E14 E13 E12 E11 E10 E09

Name of Exhibit Horse/Pony Horse/Pony Horse/Pony Horse/Pony Horse/Pony Horse/Pony Horse/Pony Horse/Pony Horse/Pony Horse/Pony

Ages as of January 1st Members 18 yrs. of age Members 17 yrs. of age Members 16 yrs. of age Members 15 yrs. of age Members 14 yrs. of age Members 13 yrs. of age Members 12 yrs. of age Members 11 yrs. of age Members 10 yrs. of age 8-9 yrs. of age AND in 3rd grade

ABC Judging points (100-pts. Possible) 50 Horse trimming /condition/cleanliness 25 Individual presentation /attitude/appearance 25 presentation of project Jr. Fair Western Showmanship AFTER ABC Judging Jr. Fair Western Pleasure AFTER Showmanship

Wednesday of the Fair 9:30 a.m.--Jr. Fair Contest Show Thursday of the Fair 9:00 Grand EntryHorse & Pony Arena weather permitting 10:30 a.m.—English Show Jr. Fair Walk-Trot Show AFTER English Show Friday of the Fair 9:30 a.m.—Jr. Fair Contest Horse Show Saturday of the Fair 9:30 a.m.--Pleasure Versatility 11:00a.m.—Trail and Trail In Hand Show 2:00 p.m.--Contest Versatility 5:00p.m.--Awards Ceremony Sunday of the Fair 12:30pm-- Showman of Showmen Horse Arena 1:30.m. (after Showman of Showmen).--Costume Class Following above.--Free Style Reining Following above--Open Free Style Reining Monday of the Fair STICK HORSE SHOW


Clover Bud and Pre-Clover Bud 11:00 a.m. Horse arena If weather is inclement will be Held in Sheep Arena WATER CELEBRATION 2:00 pm (DESIGNATED AREA ONLY!!!!!!!) 3 p.m. Horses Released / Stalls must be cleaned by the exhibitor and checked by a Fair board member or your 4-H Advisor before the exhibitor may leave of the grounds. Stalls not cleaned, premiums will be forfeited.

F-SHEEP DEPARTMENT Board Members in Charge: Zane Parrott, Emma Burchett, Bailey Remmert Advisors- Cari Johnson, Betty Brandum, Dale Bowersmith Market Lamb Weigh In First Saturday of June, 7-11 a.m. Fair Grounds All lambs will be weighed. ALL lambs MUST have scrapie tags. Breeds are to be declared at the June weigh in and breed certificates are to be turned in by June 7 th of the current year. Also, BBR lamb certificates are to be turned in by June 7th of the current year. All animals weighed in by one exhibitor at the pre-fair date must be entered and shown by the same exhibitor. You may weigh in up to 5 animals at the pre-fair date. ONLY 2 ANIMALS MAY CROSS THE SCALES AT FAIR AND MAY SHOW. Fair Weigh In 1st Monday of the fair 5:30-7:30 Breeding Show Thursday of the Fair - 1 p.m. - Barn Arena Showmanship/Peewee Showmanship Thursday of the Fair – 4:30 p.m. – Main Show Arena Market Lamb Show Thursday of the Fair- 6:00 p.m. or immediately after showmanship – Main Show Arena

F - Breeding Sheep FB01 FB02 FCL01 FCL02 FCR01 FCR02 FD01 FD02 FHA01 FHA02 FHD01 FHD02 FM01 FM02

Ewe Lamb Brockelface Yearling Ewe Brockelface Ewe Lamb Columbia Yearling Ewe Columbia Ewe Lamb Corriedale Yearling Ewe Corriedale Ewe Lamb Dorset Yearling Ewe Dorset Ewe Lamb Hampshire Yearling Ewe Hampshire Ewe Lamb Horned Dorset Yearling Ewe Horned Dorset Ewe Lamb Montadale Yearling Ewe Montadale

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Ram Lamb Brockelface Yearling Ram Lamb Brockelface Ram Lamb Columbia Yearling Ram Columbia Ram Lamb Corriedale Yearling Ram Corriedale Ram Lamb Dorset Yearling Ram Dorset Ram Lamb Hampshire Yearling Ram Hampshire Ram Lamb Horned Dorset Yearling Ram Horned Dorset Ram Lamb Montadale Yearling Ram Montadale


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Ewe Lamb Natural Yearling Ewe Natural Ewe Lamb Oxford Yearling Ewe Oxford Ewe Lamb Shropshire Yearling Ewe Shropshire Ewe Lamb Southdown Yearling Ewe Southdown Ewe Lamb Suffolk Yearling Ewe Suffolk Ewe Lamb Tunis Yearling Ewe Tunis Ewe Lamb All Other Breeds Yearling Ewe All Other Breeds Ewe Lamb Crossbred Yearling Ewe Crossbred

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Ram Lamb Natural Yearling Ram Natural Ram Lamb Oxford Yearling Ram Oxford Ram Lamb Shropshire Yearling Ram Shropshire Ram Lamb Southdown Yearling Ram Southdown Ram Lamb Suffolk Yearling Ram Suffolk Ram Lamb Tunis Yearling Ram Tunis Ram Lamb All Other Breeds Yearling Ram All Other Breeds Ram Lamb Crossbred Yearling Ram Crossbred

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Market Lamb Shropshire Market Lamb Southdown Market Lamb Suffolk Market Lamb Tunis Market Lamb All Other Breeds Market Lamb Crossbred

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Market Lamb Brockleface Market Lamb Columbia Market Lamb Corriedale Market Lamb Dorset Market Lamb Hampshire Market Lamb Horned Dorset Market Lamb Katadin Market Lamb Montadale Market Lamb Natural Market Lamb Oxford

F - Wool Fleece F06

Wool Exhibit-one fleece

Sheep, Swine and Goat BBR (Bred, Born and Raised in Morrow County) market classes will be limited to two entries per exhibitor. You are to turn in BBR papers for any of the animals you weigh and tag at the June weigh in, and the decision as to which animals will be placed in the BBR class will need to be made at the fair weigh in.

A. Lambs are to be claimed as BBR at the time of the June Weigh In. The certificate showing breeder, address, phone number and owner must be turned in by June 7th of current year. You may claim up to 5 BBR lambs at this time. The final decision as to which lambs will actually enter the class will be made at the time of the Fair weigh in. Only 2 animals per exhibitor may come to fair. B. The BBR Champions and the Breed Champions will show for Grand and Reserve Champion Overall.


C. The BBR Champions will follow the Grand and Reserve Champion Market Lambs in the Sale lineup. 1. Market lamb weigh in will be at the Fair on the first Monday, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the scales located in the Sheep barn. This is the official weight of the Fair. Any discrepancy or question of the weight by the owner shall be decided while the animal is still on the scales. 2. All market lambs are to be slick sheared (¼” or less) at fair weigh in. 3. Lambs will weigh 90 pounds and up. 4. Market lambs must be under 1 year of age and show lamb teeth at Fair weigh in. 5. Underweight Market Lambs will be shown and graded in special classes and not allowed to compete for Grand Champion or sell. They also may not compete in BBR classes. 6. An exhibitor may show only two market animals in this division. 7. Market lambs will be shown in groups based on breeds. 8. Lambs entered in Breeding Classes may not be shown as Market Lambs. 9. In Class F05 there must be three per breed to be deemed champion. All classes with less will be combined into one class – All Other Breeds. The All Other Breeds Class may consist of less than 3 animals because breed papers have been registered with the Junior Fair office. If an animal does not have breed papers, it will be placed in the crossbred class. 10. The Breeding Show will run by breed while alternating breeds in this order: Yearling Ram, Ram Lamb, Champion Ram, Yearling Ewe, Ewe Lamb, Champion Ewe, 11. All sheep must be fit within 10 feet of the barn area. 12. Over the Pen storage will be allowed but it is not to exceed the width of the pen. Storage units in the aisle must not interfere with the day to day business in the barn. 13. See Rules and Tampering and Misrepresentation Guideline under Rules Governing The Junior Fair. 14. Pens, stalls, and cages must be cleaned by the exhibitor and checked by a Fair board member before the exhibitor may take final leave of the grounds. 15. Sheep projects will be dismissed from the fair after the last market lamb has sold in the livestock sale. This includes both breeding and market. 16. Scrapie ID All goats and sheep (Junior and Senior Fair) are to have Scrapie tags, including wethers. When you are buying an animal, it should have a Scrapie tag already in it before you take it home. If you need information on how to get Scrapie tags for your animals, contact, the Jr. Fair Office (947-1567). Or the Extension office (947-1070) Scrapie Record Cards (provided by the fair) are to be turned in at the fair. 17. There is to be NO CARPET in the sheep pens. Bedding should be straw and sawdust only. 18. Sheep may be tied in their pens only prior to showing on a show day (Wednesday, Thursday) or in preparation for Youth Lead on Tuesday. 19. There are to be no fresh tattoos or ear notches on registered animals. Tattoos or ear notches are to be totally healed, show no redness or irritation. 20. Negative weight gain animals will not be able to show or sell, and will be removed immediately. 21. Underweight BBR entries will NOT be able to show in BBR classes. 22. ALL LIVESTOCK: If illness occurs in a barn and animals are quarantined, it will be the owner’s responsibility to feed, water, and bed animals till released. Then clean pens on release. 23. Drenching of an animal is defined as the act of using an instrument placed in an animal’s mouth to orally administer a liquid. Examples of instruments are, but not limited to: drench gun, syringes, bottles, bottles with nipples, straws, hose, pipe, hand, etc. ALL LIVESTOCK: Drenching of an animal is prohibited unless diagnosed AND prescribed by


a licensed veterinarian, AND a Veterinarian MUST be present when the drenching takes place. All veterinarian prescriptions for drenching also need approval of and kept on file at the Jr Fair Office. Animals needing to be bottle fed must also be approved by Jr. Fair Board. (This rule excludes rabbit waters and nipple waters for

YOUTH LEAD Tuesday of the Fair, 7:30 p.m. Show Arena Entry in the events listed below is to be done at Skill a thon or at the fair on sign up posters in the sheep barn and is open to any exhibitor of sheep at the CURRENT YEAR’S Junior Fair Sheep Show. All ages are as of 1/1/current year Beginner Youth Lead (ages 8-11) Intermediate Youth Lead (ages 12-14) Senior Youth Lead (ages 15-18) YOUTH LEAD: 1. 20 points – Sheep/ is to be clean, alert, walks and stands well. No decoration on the lambs. 2. 25 points – Lead Ability/control and lead of animal 3. 25 points – Poise/ posture, awareness of animal, smile 4. 30 points – Attire/ the outfit must be made of a minimum of 60% wool. Outfits may be dresses, jumpers, or suits – at least 2 pieces. The top of the suit may be a jacket, sweater, blouse, vest or cape. The bottom may be skirt or pants. The wool content of the accessories will not be included in the overall content of the outfit. 5. Previous Youth Lead Division winners must move up to the next level or if they have won the Senior level, are not eligible to compete. 6. Sheep used must be an exhibit of the contestant. 7. Winner of Beginner Youth Lead will be the Morrow County Sheep Junior Prince or Princess. 8. Winner of Intermediate Youth Lead will be the Morrow County Sheep Prince or Princess. 9. Winner of Senior Youth Lead will be the Morrow County Sheep King or Queen. 10. A Youth Fun Lead for those ages 8 and under who are not Junior Fair exhibitors will also be held that evening. In this division, there will be two categories, wool and costume. The sheep needs to be one that is already entered in the fair and borrowed for this event. A sign up for this event will be available at the fair in the Sheep barn. 11. As a winner of any of the Youth Lead classes, you will be expected to attend the sheep shows, pass out awards and ribbons, participate in the parade, and be present at other events involving sheep.

G – SWINE DEPARTMENT Board Members in Charge: Michalea Zeger, Dana Clinedinst, Jacob Levering, Kayla Barker Advisors: Carri Jagger, Cody Vance Entries, ID Forms, and BBR Papers are due JUNE 7th of current year. You will have until June 21st of current year to file a copy of breed registration papers with the Junior Fair office. If you miss the June 21st deadline, the hog will show as a crossbred. All animals tagged in by one exhibitor must be entered and shown by the same exhibitor. You may tag up to 5 animals per exhibitor.


ANIMALS must be tagged and PAPER work turned into Junior Fair Office by June 7th of current year. Tags and tagger obtained through Junior Fair Office. *****Breeding swine must turn in breed registration papers by June 21 st of current year otherwise they will be placed in the crossbred class. *** BREEDING Swine Show will take place as long as State Vet has not cancelled any show and Sr. Board approves having the show. Weigh in first Monday of Fair 2:30-7:30 Main Show Arena BBR Market Hog Show Tuesday of the Fair 9:30am-Main Show Arena Peewee Showmanship/BBR Breeding Swine Breeding Swine Show Tuesday Following BBR show Showmanship Saturday, of the Fair, 3 p.m. – Show Arena Market Swine Show Partial terminal Saturday, of the Fair 5 p.m. or following Showmanship classes – Show Arena 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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JUNIOR FAIR SWINE CARCASS CONTEST Animal must be one shown in the Junior Fair One animal per exhibitor Barrows and Gilts are eligible Cryptorchidism and late castrates will be disqualified Exhibitors of each carcass will be provided the following information: a. 10th rib fat thickness b. Square inches of loin area c. Hot carcass weight d. % lean Pigs are to be farrowed after February 1, of current year. Pigs must meet the following minimum qualifications for awards: e. Must weigh 220 pounds or more f. Must have a 5.0 square inch loin eye g. Must have 1.0 inch or less of fat at the 10th rib

Entry must be made on your fair entry, no exceptions A sign up poster will be posted in the swine barn to confirm your entry All carcasses will be slaughtered at Hoffman’s Meat Processing. Carcasses can be viewed on Thursday, following the fair, at 7:30 p.m. 10. Hoffman’s will not buy the meat. You must find a buyer for the pig. Cutting instructions should be called into Hoffman’s, 419-864-3994, by Wednesday, following the fair. 7. 8. 9.

Breeding Swine

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January Breed Gilt Berkshire February Breeding Gilt Berkshire March Breeding Gilt Berkshire January Breeding Gilt Chester W February Breeding Gilt Chester W

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January Breeding Gilt Poland Ch February Breeding Gilt Poland Ch March Breeding Gilt Poland Ch January Breeding Gilt Spotted February Breeding Gilt Spotted


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March Breeding Gilt Chester W January Breeding Gilt Duroc February Breeding Gilt Duroc March Breeding Gilt Duroc January Breeding Gilt Hampshire February Breeding Gilt Hampshire March Breeding Gilt Hampshire January Breeding Gilt Hereford February Breeding Gilt Hereford March Breeding Gilt Hereford January Breeding Gilt Landrace February Breeding Gilt Landrace March Breeding Gilt Landrace

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March Breeding Gilt Spotted January Breeding Gilt Tam Febuary Breeding Gilt Tam March Breeding Gilt Tam January Breeding Gilt York February Breeding Gilt York March Breeding Gilt York January Breeding Gilt Crossbred February Breeding Gilt Crossbred March Breeding Gilt Crossbred

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Market Swine Poland China Market Swine Spotted Market Swine Tamworth Market Swine Yorkshire Market Swine All Other Breeds Market Swine Crossbred

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Market Swine Berkshire Market Swine Chester White Market Swine Duroc Market Swine Hampshire Market Swine Hereford Market Swine Landrace Swine Carcass

The Morrow County Pork Producers are sponsoring Bred, Born, and Raised in Morrow County (BBR) market and breeding classes. BBR Market Hog classes will be made up from the BBR certificates that were turned in by the June 7th of current year deadline. We no longer enter BBR on the fair form. Sheep, Swine and Goat BBR (Bred, Born and Raised in Morrow County) market classes will be limited to two entries per exhibitor. You are to turn in BBR papers for any of the animals you weigh and tag by the June 7 th of current year deadline, and the decision as to which animals will be placed in the BBR class will need to be made at the fair weigh in.

(a) The Morrow County Pork Producers will provide the awards for the BBR classes. (b) The show will run by breed and split into weights if necessary, if class is to big. (c) The BBR hogs will all come back to show on Saturday, including the Champion and Reserve. (d) The BBR champions will follow the Grand and Reserve Champions in the sale lineup. (aa) The BBR, Breeding will show at the same time. (bb) BBR and registration papers must be turned in by June 7th (BBR)/June 21st (REGISTRATION) of current year. (cc) The Pork Producers reserve the right to break classes if necessary. (dd)The Pork Producers will furnish all awards for the BBR Gilt classes (ee) The BBR Champions and the Breed Champions will show for Grand and Reserve Champion Overall. (ff) BBR Purebred Champion & Reserve Champion. Each breed Champion and Reserve will compete for Overall Champion and Reserve. They will come back against the top 2 xbreeds for the final drive. Additional prizes will be awarded and sponsored by Josh Beck.


1. Fair weigh in will be the first Monday of fair, between 2:30-7:30 p.m. at the scales designated for Hogs. Market Swine will be weighed once to determine the official weight for the fair. Any discrepancy of weight shall be decided and settled while the animal is on the scales. If there are no breed registration papers on file, the hog will be placed in the crossbred class. The hog must have a legible tattoo, tag, or ear notch that matches that which is on the registration form. There are to be no fresh tattoos or ear notches on registered animals. Tattoos or ear notches are to be totally healed, show no redness or irritation. All market swine must have a measurable ½” of body hair on the entire body except for the tail and ears which may be of shorter length. Hair length will be checked on the scales at weigh in and as the animal is in the chute before entering the show arena. 2. Market Swine will weigh 220 pounds and up. 3. Underweight Market Swine will be shown and graded in special classes and not allowed to compete for Grand Champion or sell. They also may not show in BBR classes. 4. There must be three per breed to be deemed champion. All classes with less will be combined into one class, All Other Breeds. The All Other Breeds Class may consist of less than 3 animals because breed papers have been registered with the Junior Fair office. If an animal does not have breed registration papers, it will be placed in the crossbred class. PLEASE LIST YOUR BREED. 5. Gilts shown in breeding classes are not to be shown as market hogs. There is to be no cross over from Junior to Senior Fair. Breeding is breeding and market is market. 6. Hogs are to show clean and with water only applied to the animal. No powders, paint, oil or adhesives. 7. Over the pen storage will be allowed but it is not to exceed the width of the pen. Storage units in the aisle must not interfere with the day-to-day business in the barn. 8. See Rules and Tampering & Misrepresentation Guidelines found under Rules Governing the Junior Fair. 9. Pens, stalls, and cages must be cleaned by the exhibitor and checked by a Fair board member before the exhibitor may take final leave of the grounds. If area is not cleaned, ALL premiums will be forfeited. 10. Swine projects will be dismissed from the fair after the last market hog has sold in the livestock sale. This includes both breeding and market. No cleaning or moving out is to be done in the hog barn during the hog portion of the livestock sale. This is to allow us to run a smooth sale without the complications of having too many people and activities in the barn at the same time. 11. During the Saturday Hog Show, all show/tack boxes and other equipment that are in the aisles of the hog barn will need to be removed by 2 p.m. and will not come back until after the show is complete. 12. Extra people are discouraged from being in the barn on show day. 1 EXTRA PERSON PER EXHIBITOR. 13. ALL LIVESTOCK: If illness occurs in a barn and animals are quarantined, it will be the owner’s responsibility to feed, water, and bed animals till released. Then clean pens on release. 14 Drenching of an animal is defined as the act of using an instrument placed in an animal’s mouth to orally administer a liquid. Examples of instruments are, but not limited to: drench gun, syringes, bottles, bottles with nipples, straws, hose, pipe, hand, etc. ALL LIVESTOCK: Drenching of an animal is prohibited unless diagnosed AND prescribed by a licensed veterinarian, AND a Veterinarian MUST be present when the drenching takes place. All veterinarian prescriptions for drenching also need approval of and kept on file at the Jr Fair Office. Animals needing to be bottle fed must also be approved by Jr. Fair Board. (This rule excludes rabbit waters and nipple waters for hogs.) 14. 2:3 Rule is used to help set classes for show. If this rule applies you must have 2 exhibitors and 3 animals to make a class. For Market Swine it is by breed/2:3 rule. For BBR classes it will be by Breed. For Breeding Swine it will be by Breed and age 15. Hoses are NOT permitted to be ran in the Hog Barn to be used as automatic waters. 16. Breeding Swine will be released between 9-11 pm on Sunday of the fair. If breeding swine does not go home at this time, they must wait until the rest of the barn is released on Sale day.

H- RABBIT DEPARTMENT Board Members in Charge: Jacob Serio, Emma Artrip, Cailin Smith Advisors: Russ Mayer, Becky Barker, Katie Gossett


ALL Breeding Rabbit Registration/Check-in First Saturday of June, 7-11 a.m. Fair Grounds

ALL Market Rabbit Registration/Check-in August 2, 2018, 5-8 p.m. Youth Building All animals checked in by one exhibitor at a pre-fair date must be entered and shown by the same exhibitor. You may check in up to 5 animals at a pre-fair date. You may bring all the rabbits you registered on 8/2/2018 to weigh on 8/27/2018 to get your best weights and the extras must return home that same evening. Weigh-in Monday of the Fair, 10am-7:30pm Showmanship Tuesday of the Fair, 9:30a.m., Small Arena Market Rabbit Judging Friday of the Fair, 9:30 a.m., Main Arena Breeding Rabbit Judging Friday of the Fair, 9:30 a.m. Main Arena 1. Breeding and Market Rabbits must be checked in and/or weighed in on the 1st Monday of the Fair, from 10:00am-7:30 p.m. in the Rabbit Barn. Market rabbits will be weighed once and this will be the official weight of the fair. Any discrepancy or question by the owner shall be decided while the animal is on the scales. 2. You may take either 2 single market rabbits or 1 pen of three. 3. The exhibitor/parent must be present during the weigh in/check in of their animals on Monday. 4. Underweight and overweight rabbits (pens) will be shown and graded in special classes and not allowed to compete for Grand Champion or sell. 5. An Exhibitor may enter 2 single fryers and 2 breeding; 1 pen of three and 2 breeding; 1 single fryer and 3 breeding; or 4 breeding. ** The Pen of Three Market Rabbits shall consist of three rabbits, all of the same breed and variety. Broken meat pens must also be of the same variety. It is not necessary that they be from the same litter. The age and weight is the same as for a single market rabbit - no more than 12 weeks of age and each rabbit are to weigh from 3.5 to 5.5pounds. The 'pen of three' will be housed together in one large double cage. There will be Champion and Reserve Champion single market rabbit and Champion and Reserve Champion 'pen of three' market rabbits and will sell as such. You may sell only one market project. 6. Breeding Rabbits will be shown in groups according to breed; Market in groups by weight. 7. There must be at least three rabbits and two breeders to be deemed a breed champion. All classes with less will be combined into one class. This class will be called “All Other Breeds�. 8. Mixed Breed breeding rabbits are not eligible for Best or Reserve Best of Show. 9. There must be water kept in front of the rabbits at all times and DO NOT USE CEDAR CHIPS as bedding. 10. Jr/Sr Fair Boards have the right to cut locks on cages in dire situations 11. See Rules and Tampering & Misrepresentation Guidelines found under Rules Governing the Junior Fair. 12. Pens, stalls, and cages must be cleaned by the exhibitor and checked by a Fair board member before the exhibitor may take final leave of the grounds. If pens are Not cleaned premiums will be forfeited.


13. All rabbit projects, breeding and market will be dismissed from the fair after the last market rabbit has sold in the livestock sale. ALL RABBITS MUST BE REMOVED FROM BARN ON LAST DAY/LABOR DAY BY 6:00pm. DO NOT remove animals that DO NOT belong to you.

Rabbit & Poultry Costume Contest Tuesday of the Fair, 8:00p.m. Small Show Arena The contest is open to all 4-H and FFA youth exhibiting rabbits and/or poultry at the fair. First place in each category will receive an award. Categories include: Most Original People’s Choice Best Coordinating Costume (exhibitor and animal) Best Overall A 25 word or less narrative is to be turned into the superintendent prior to the start of the event. Sign up will be Monday during check in. Stuffed Animal Contest Following the above contest, we will have a STUFFED ANIMAL COSTUME CONTEST for children to young to participate as a Junior Fair Exhibitor. A 25 word or less narrative is to be turned into the superintendent prior to the start of the event. Sign up will be on a poster located in the Rabbit/Poultry Barn.

Rabbit Poster Contest Turn in at Jr Fair Office on 1st Monday of fair, by 8:00 p.m. RULES 1. Each Jr. Fair Exhibitor may exhibit a Rabbit Poster during the fair. Posters will be accepted at Jr Fair office till 8p.m. on the first Monday of fair. They will be kept on display during the fair. Exhibiting a Rabbit poster is an optional activity, BUT is highly encouraged for the benefit of the exhibitor and the viewing public. 2. There are 3 categories; Level 1 age 8-12, Level 2 age 13-15, Level 3 age 16-19. Age as of January 1, of the current year. 3. A Champion and Reserve Champion ribbon will be awarded in each category, provided there are blue ribbon entries and based upon the judge’s decision. 4. Only Jr. Fair exhibitors enrolled in a Rabbit Project may exhibit posters. 5. Each poster must be 22”x28” displayed horizontally. 6. Posters will be judged according to the following: Content and information (50 points); Neatness and appearance (25 points); Originality (15 points); Purpose (10points); totaling 100 points. 7. The purpose is to visually demonstrate knowledge and project possibilities.


I - POULTRY DEPARTMENT Board Members in Charge: Manny Heilman, MaKenzie Strahm, Skye Bivens Advisors: Becky Barker, Russ Mayer, Katie Gossett Wednesday of the Fair 9:30 Showmanship will be first with the remainder of the show immediately following. Small Arena ONLY 1 ENTRY per class per exhibitor ALL HATCH DATES LISTED IN FRONT OF PROJECT BOOK You MUST check in at the barn BEFORE unloading CLASS NAME OF EXHIBIT I01 Two Broilers (10 - 14 pounds for pen of two. Birds MUST be purchased through the Broiler Pool) I02 Two Geese I03 Two Market Ducks I04 One Market Turkey Market Poultry Sale is Terminal. I05 Two Pullets I06 Waterfowl Pair- Breeding Geese and Duck project (male and female UNDER 1 year by show day.) I07 All Other Birds Pair-Pheasants, quail, pigeons, turkeys (male and female UNDER 1 year by show day) I08 Fancy Poultry Pair-Chickens Standard/Large Breed (male and female UNDER 1 year by show day.) I09 Fancy Poultry Pair-Chickens Small/Bantam Breed (male and female UNDER 1 year by show day.)

1. All Poultry must be weighed /checked in with exhibitor/parent present on FIRST Monday of the Fair, from 10am- 7:30pm. Animals must be on the grounds by 7:00p.m. Classes I01, I02, I03, I04, ONLY are eligible for Livestock Sale. You may bring up to 5 broilers to the fair weigh in to get your pen of two with remaining birds being returned home that evening. POULTRY SALE will be terminal. 2. All turkeys, chickens and game birds moved within or imported into Ohio for exhibition must: (a) Originate directly from a flock or hatchery which is a participant in the National Poultry Improvement Plan for the Eradication of Disease and be accompanied by documentary evidence that they meet the requirement of this paragraph; or (b) Originate directly from a flock which has had a negative test for pullorum/fowl typhoid disease within twelve months preceding the opening date of exhibition and be accompanied by documentary evidence that they meet the requirement of this paragraph; or (c) Have had a negative test for pullorum/fowl typhoid disease, within ninety days preceding the opening date of the exhibition and be accompanied by documentary evidence that they meet the requirements of this paragraph. (d) Waterfowl, doves and pigeons are exempt from this rule. (e) A copy of the documentary evidence is to be shown and turned in at the Barn check in at the fairgrounds on 1st Monday of the fair. 3. ALL MARKET PROJECTS ARE TO BE BANDED AT WEIGH IN. 4. Each domesticated bird exhibited shall be inspected by the Fair Veterinarian. 5. Breeding poultry should be under 1 year of age. 6. If a poultry project is found to be older than the allowed age, it may be judged, but is not eligible for champion or to sell. 7. Underweight and Overweight Broilers will be shown and graded in special classes and are not eligible to compete for Grand Champion or sell. 8. Water is to be kept in front of all Poultry projects at all times. 9. (NO CEDAR CHIPS) No straw in pens, Wood shavings or sawdust only. 10. See Rules and Tampering and Misrepresentation Guidelines found under Rules Governing the Junior Fair 11. Pens, stalls, and cages must be cleaned by the exhibitor and checked by a Fair board member before the exhibitor may take final leave of the grounds. If pens are not cleaned, premiums will be forfeited.


12. All poultry projects will be dismissed from the fair after the last market poultry animal has sold in the livestock sale. Pens, stalls and/or cages MUST be cleaned and checked by a Fair Board member BEFORE the exhibitor may take final leave of the grounds. If pens are NOT cleaned, premiums will be forfeited. 13. Jr/Sr. Fair Boards have the right to cut locks on cages in dire situations 14. Bird of Show will be given in breeding only 15. ALL LIVESTOCK: If illness occurs in a barn and animals are quarantined, it will be the owner’s responsibility to feed, water, and bed animals till released. Then clean pens on release. 16. Drenching of an animal is defined as the act of using an instrument placed in an animal’s mouth to orally administer a liquid. Examples of instruments are, but not limited to: drench gun, syringes, bottles, bottles with nipples, straws, hose, pipe, hand, etc. ALL LIVESTOCK: Drenching of an animal is prohibited unless diagnosed AND prescribed by a licensed veterinarian, AND a Veterinarian MUST be present when the drenching takes place. All veterinarian prescriptions for drenching also need approval of and kept on file at the Jr Fair Office. Animals needing to be bottle fed must also be approved by Jr. Fair Board. (This rule excludes rabbit waters and nipple waters for hogs.) .17. ALL poultry must be removed from the Poultry Barn on Labor Day/Last Day by 6:00p.m. DO NOT remove animals if they DO NOT belong to you. Poultry and Rabbit Costume Contest Tuesday of the Fair 8:00pm Small Show Arena The contest is open to all 4-H & FFA youth exhibiting poultry and/or rabbits at the fair. First place in each category will receive an award. CATEGORIES include: Most Original People’s Choice Best Coordinating Costume (exhibitor and animal) Best Overall A 25 word or less narrative is to be turned into the superintendent prior to the start of the event. Sign up will be Monday during check in. Poultry Poster Contest Turn in to Jr. Fair Office on 1st Monday of Fair RULES 1. Each Jr. Fair Exhibitor may exhibit a Poultry Poster during the fair. They will be kept on display during the fair. Exhibiting a Poultry poster is an optional activity, BUT is highly encouraged for the benefit of the exhibitor and the viewing public. 2. There are 3 categories; Level 1 age 8-12, Level 2 age 13-15, Level 3 age 16-19. Age as of January 1 of the current year. 3. A Champion and Reserve Champion ribbon will be awarded in each category, provided there are blue ribbon entries and based upon the judge’s decision. 4. Only Jr. Fair exhibitors enrolled in a Poultry Project may exhibit posters. 5. Each poster must be 22”x28” displayed horizontally. 6. Posters will be judged according to the following: Content and information (50 points); Neatness and appearance (25 points); Originality (15 points); Purpose (10points); totaling 100 points. 7. Theme/Topic: Poultry, the purpose is to visually demonstrate knowledge and project possibilities.

J - DOG Board Members in Charge: Katelyn Votaw, Michalea Zeger Advisors: Angie Bush, Jason Ruhl Fair Show – Thursday, 2 p.m. – Small Stage Pavilion


Obedience Classes J01 Beginner Novice A J02 Beginner Novice B J02P Pre Novice

Showmanship Classes J13 Jr./Int. Showmanship A- Ages 8-12 J14 Jr/Int. Showmanship B-Ages 8-12 J17 Sr. Showmanship A-Ages 13-19

J03 Novice A J04 Novice B J05

J18 Sr Showmanship B- Ages 13-19 Graduate

Novice

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J06 Graduate Novice B Miscellaneous J07 Open A J19 Assistance Dogs J08 Open B J20J Rally (Jr) J09 Graduate Open A . J20S Rally (Sr) J10 Graduate Open B For a complete listing of the above classes and requirements go to http://ohio4h.org,, Ohio State Fair Dog Show Rules, or pick up a copy at the Junior Fair office.

1. Dog Show is open to all members carrying a dog project. 2. Dogs must be at least six months of age at completion of project. 3. All dogs are required to have the following inoculations/vaccinations: Distemper (CDV); adenovirus (CAV-2); leptospirosis; parvovirus (CPV), and Para influenza (CPI). Rabies is a required vaccination without exception. You must have a health certificate. PLEASE show when checking in. 4. All dogs are required to carry a current license from the county. 5. Each exhibitor may show only two Obedience dogs - and not more than one in any single class. Applies to Classes J01 through J 10. 6. Each exhibitor may show only one dog in Showmanship classes. 7. DOGS MUST BE KEPT IN DESIGNATED AREA WITH LEASH OR CAGE WHILE WAITING TO SHOW. 8. NO DOGS ALLOWED IN AUDIENCE.

K-SMALL ANIMALS CLASS K200 K201J K201S K201O K201W K215

Judging –July 16, 2018 by clubs - Youth Building Juniors (J) 9-13 yrs. Seniors (S) 14-18 yrs. See 4-H Handbook for complete details of projects. NAME OF EXHIBIT All about Dogs K216J Purr-fect Pals Level 1 K227 You and Your Dog Jr K216S Purr-fect Pals Level 1 K365 You and Your Dog Sr K217J Climbing Up Level 2 Obedience K217S Climbing Up Level 2 Dog Guides for the Blind K218J Leaping Forward Level 3 Cavy (Guinea Pig) K218S Leaping Forward Level 3 K220 Pocket Pets (gerbils, hamsters, mice, rats)

Pet Rabbit Self Determined

1. Possession date of animals is June 1 current year.

L-LLAMA DEPARTMENT Board Members in Charge: Lucy Smith Advisor: Angie Bush, Barb Clark

PLEASE USE 1 LINE PER ANIMAL ON ENTRY FORM. Animals must be on the Fairgrounds by 7:00pm on 1st Monday of the fair.


JUDGING TBA/Exhibitor will be contacted before fair. CLASS NAME OF EXHIBIT L01 Halter (Premium Class) L02 Showmanship L03 Obstacle L04 Pack L05 Public Relations L06 Costume L07 Fleece (shorn) Must be in place in Youth Building by 8:00 p.m. on 1st Monday of fair. 1. Llamas are to be in place in the designated area and for the designated times. No exceptions. 2. See Rules and Tampering and Misrepresentation Guidelines found under Rules Governing the Junior Fair. 3. Pens, stalls, and cages must be cleaned by the exhibitor and checked by a Fair board member before the exhibitor may take final leave of the grounds. If pens are not cleaned, premiums will be forfeited. 4. Llamas will be released with the barn they are housed in. 5. Llamas MUST be shorn before show. Animals will be disqualified if they are not shorn.

M - AG/MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT Board Members in Charge: Kayla Barker, Tess Ruehrmund, Nick McKinney, Manny Heilman, Lucy Smith Advisors; Cody Vance, Dale Bowersmith Pre - Fair Judging – Monday, July 16, 2018 BY CLUBS See 4-H Handbook for Exhibit Guidelines and Judging Requirements All those selected to participate at the State Fair as representatives of Morrow County will be notified by letter from the Extension office. CLASS NAME OF EXHIBIT CLASS NAME OF EXHIBIT VETERINARY SCIENCE/HORSES AG173 Horseless Horse AG762 Horse Nutrition AG185 Horse Reproduction & Genetics AG244 Vet Science 1, From Airedales to Zebras AG245 Vet Science 2, All Systems Go AG246 Vet Science 3, On the Cutting

WELDING - WOODWORKING AG556 Measuring Up Level 1 AG557 Making the Cut Level 2 AG558 Nailing it Together Level 3 AG559 Finishing Up Level 4 A560M Woodworking Master AG573 Arcs & Sparks

Self-Determined (Use same number but add J for Jr/S for Sr.) A365 Self-Determined Ag Misc. A301 Astronomy A302 Model Railroading A303 Weather A304 Clowning A305 Rocks, Minerals, Fossils A306 American Sign Language

PHOTOGRAPHY AG584 Focus on Photography-1 AG585 Controlling the Image-2 AG586 Mastering Photography-3 A589M Photography Master


A307 Computers A308 Discovering Genetics A309 Canoeing A310 Local Foods:Does It Matter What You Eat? A311 Camp Counseling A312 Miniature Gardens A313 Reptiles & Amphibians A314 Climate Change A316 Viruses, Bacteria, Fungi A317 Babysitting A318 Ways of Knowing Water A319 Work World is Calling…Are You Ready? A320 Paper Craft A321 Skateboarding A323 Native American Artifacts A324 Shale Gas Extraction A325 Flower Gardening A326 Hedgehogs A327 Ferrets A328 Chinchillas A329 Water Quality: Field to Faucet A330 Crossbow

ROBOTICS AG507 Robotics 1 with Lego EV3 AG508 Robotics 2:EV3N More A512M Robotics Master

THEATER ARTS AG596 Play the Role AG598 Set the Stage

WRITING AG587 Writing/Reporting for Teens AG588 The Writer in You

WORKFORCE PREPARATION AG382 Am I Ready for Work?

FOOD SCIENCE/CHEMISTRY AG490 Science Fun with Dairy Food (Case of the Missing Milk) AG493 Science Fun with Kitchen Chemistry AG500 Science Fun with Physics

ROPE AG540 Not Just Knots

AEROSPACE SCIENCE/ATV/BICYCLE AG501 Rockets Away AG502 Science Fun with Flight AG503 Rockets Away (Solid-Fuel Model Rockets) AG503M Solid Fuel Rocketry Master AG555 ATV Safety AG517 Bicycling for Fun Level 1

Natural Resources AG611 Let’s Explore the Outdoors AG617 Exploring Ponds AG620 Why Trees Matter AG621 Ohio Birds AG622 Trapping Muskrats in Ohio AG623Outdoor Adventurer: Beginning Fishing AG624 Fishing for the Intermediate AG641 Beekeeping AG644 Insect Adventures1 AG645 Insect Adventures Level 2 AG646 Insect Adventures Level 3

AG518 Wheels in Motion Level 2 AG504 Electric Radio Controlled Vehicle


LAWN CARE/SMALL ENGINES/TRACTORS AG541 Crank It Up Level 1 AG542 Warm It Up Level 2 AG543 Tune It Up Level 3 Electronics Level 4 AG551 Tractor A: Starting Up AG552 Tractor B: Tractor Operations AG553 Tractor C: Moving Out AG554 Tractor D: Learning More

ELECTRICITY AG527 Magic of Electricity Level 1 AG528 Investigating Electricity Level 2 AG529 Wired for Power Level530 Entering

BASIC GUN SAFETY&BASIC ARCHERY AG630 Safe Use of Guns AG631 Basic Archery

SHOOTING SPORTS AG750 Rifle AG751 Advanced Archery AG752 Shotgun AG753 Pistol AG754 Hunting/Wildlife AG755 Muzzleloader AG756 Living History

AG531 Science Fun with Electricity

N - FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA - FFA Board Members In Charge: MaKenzie Strahm, Zane Parrott, Jacob Levering, Cailin Smith Advisors: Teresa Shipman, Betty Brandum Judging –First Monday of Fair, Youth Building Classes FFA01 through FFA08 (Projects must be in place by 11 a.m. to be judged and exhibited) CLASS

NAME OF EXHIBIT

FFA01 Small Woodworking ($5.00 value or less) FFA02 Medium Woodworking ($5 - $20.00 value) FFA03 Large Woodworking ($20.00 value or more) FFA04 Welding A (Welding Board showing: butt, lap, and T-weld) plus $5.00 or less project FFA05 Welding B ($5 - $20.00 value) FFA06 Welding C ($20.00 value or more) FFA07 Electrical Circuit Board FFA08 Self-Determined Judging –First Monday, 9-12 noon in the Youth Building FFA09 FFA10 grain) FFA11 FFA12 of

Corn (Bring completed project book and three stalks of corn and roots in one bundle) Small Grains (Bring completed project book and a one quart jar of wheat, oats, barley, rye, or other small Soybeans (Bring completed project book and six plants in one bundle with roots but no soil) Vegetable Gardening (Bring completed project book and exhibit a tray of three specimens of three varieties

vegetables grown) FFA13 Bedding Plants (Bring completed project book and exhibit a small artistic arrangement including three varieties of flowers grown) FFA14 Annual Flowers (Bring completed project book and exhibit a small artistic arrangement including three varieties of flowers grown. FFA15 Hay


P - FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES DEPARTMENT Board Members In Charge: Rachel Keckler, Jacob Serio, Tyler Brown, Emma Artrip Advisor: Becky Barker, Carri Jagger, Cari Johnson Miscellaneous Judging, July, 16, 2018 by club Food Judging Day July 17, 2018, by Youth Building project 9-12 noon Youth Building Clothing Judging, July 17, 2018 Style Show, Sunday of Fair, Project Judging 2:00p.m. Style Review - 7 p.m. Youth Building 4:00pm Place to be announced. Required to go to State Fair. See 4-H Handbook for Exhibit and Judging Guidelines All those selected to participate at the State Fair as representatives of Morrow County will be notified by letter by the Extension office. CLASS

NAME OF EXHIBIT

CLASS

NAME OF EXHIBIT

DISCOVERING CM091 Discovering 4-H ATHLETIC/ HEALTH AND SAFETY CM300 You’re the Athlete CM351 Staying Healthy CM352 Keeping Fit CM353 First Aid in Action CM357 Alcohol & Drug Abuse CM358 Truth about Tobacco CM359 Your Thoughts Matter LEADERSHIP CM370 One on One

COLLECTIBLES CM496 My Favorite Things ARTS CM92J Get Started in Art (9-13 years) CM92S Get Started in Art (14-18 years) MONEY MANAGEMENT CM445 Becoming Money Wise CM448 Teens on the Road to Financial

CM371 Club Leadership 1 CM383 CM372 CM373 CM374 CM375 CM376 CM377 CM378

Club Leadership 2 Diversity: The Source of Our Strength My Hands to Larger Service Teens on the Board Leadership Road Trip: Where Are You Going? Pantry Panic: Advance Level Food Project Finding Your Voice: Public Speaking Made Easy Leadership Master

Success

ENERGY CM550

Engineers in Solar Energy

GENEOLOGY CM442 Family History Treasure Hunt HOME DECORATING AND DESIGNING CM405 The Laundry Project CM491 It’s My Home CM494 Makeover My Space CM495 Your First Home Away/Home Scrapbooking

CM497 FOOD AND NUTRITION

Scrapbooking


CF459 CF461 CF462 CF463 CF467 CF469 CF472 CF474

Let’s Start Cooking Let’s Bake Quick Breads Yeast Breads On the Rise Sports Nutrition: Ready, Set, Go You're The Chef Global Gourmet Grill Master Beyond the Grill

CF475 CF476 CF477 CF481 CF484 CF485 CF486 CF487 CF492 CF670

Star Spangled Foods Pathways to Culinary Success Party Planner Everyday Food and Fitness Snack Attack Racing the Clock to Awesome Meals Dashboard Dining/4-H Guide to Healthful Fast Food Choice Fast Break for Breakfast Cake Decorating Canning & Freezing

County Food Projects CF001 Pies CF002 Candy CF005 Cookies

CLOTHING CL406 CL407 CL408 CL409 CL410 CL411 CL412 CL413 CL415 CL417

Clothes for High School & College Accessories for Teens Creative Costumes Sew Fun Designed by Me

em*bel*lish Guide to Wearable Art Sew for Others Sundresses& Jumper Active Sportswear Dress - Up Outfit

CL418 CL419 CL420 CL424 CL425 CL426 CL430 CL432 CM499 CM498

Loungewear Tops for ‘Tweens Outerwear for Anywhere Clothes for Middle School Look Great For Less Clothing for Your Career Shopping Savvy Sewing (non-clothing) Master You Can Quilt Quilting the Best Better

(A-Dress-Up Dresses; B-Formals)

R - GIRL SCOUTS Board Member In Charge: Bailey Remmert, Jacob Kirkland Advisor: Barb Clark, Audrey Measor-Gale Judging - July 16, 2018, 9 a.m.-12 p.m., Youth Building GENERAL RULES 1. The Girl Scouts consider participation in the Morrow County Fair a privilege and an opportunity to share their accomplishments, interests, and ideals. All exhibits and displays must show high quality in effort, originality, neatness, and follow the criteria of the Girl Scout Program. 2. Every registered Girl Scout, Kindergarten through 12th Grade and every registered Girl Scout Troop in Morrow County is eligible to enter. Girls must enter in level she is participating in as of January 1, of current year. 3. Judging will begin promptly at 9 a.m. with the judging of all troop project entries. Individual project judging will follow immediately. 4. Each exhibitor may enter up to 10 total projects, excluding troop projects. 5. Each troop may enter up to 2 projects. The troop leader must make the entries and list on the form the names of all girls involved in creating the project. At least three girls must be present at judging. 6. Judging is based on the knowledge and experience gained by the girl or troop as stated in the Girl Scout handbook. Originality, creativity, workmanship, construction, and neatness are considered during the judging interview. Girls will be judged on project knowledge, presentation, requirements, attitude, and personal appearance. 7. Submit project only, no additional props. Exhibits cannot exceed 22x28x22 inches with the exception of sewing projects which may be folded. 8. All art material must be matted or framed and ready to hang. Wires, cords, etc., must be securely attached. Valuable craft items should be boxed or under glass.


9. SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR COOKING ENTRIES: For all cooking projects, exhibitors must make three different items (example-bake three kinds of cookies such as peanut butter, oatmeal raisin, and sugar). Bring a sample of one kind and the recipes for all three (ingredients and directions) to judging. Pictures and/or a poster of other two items may also be brought to judging. In the case of pie, cake, and bread the whole entry should be brought to prevent drying out before judging. For cookies, candy or cupcakes, six pieces should be submitted. Refrigeration is not available. Recipe card and/or pictures of project need to be exhibited at the fair. 10. The Girl Scouts will abide by the rules of the Morrow County Junior Fair. Entries will not be judged which do not follow all the rules in the current year Junior Fair Book. When an exhibit is deemed not worthy by the judge, no premium or ribbons will be awarded.

INDIVIDUAL and TROOP PROJECTS There are 8 categories and 41 classes for scouts of all levels, Daisy to Senior/Ambassador, unless otherwise noted. Enter by using I for individual, T for troop, D, B, J, C, S for level and the class number as shown in the first category.

Culinary 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08

Cakes (Brownies-boxed mix; Juniors and up-boxed mix with additional ingredients or scratch) IB01, IJ01, IC01, IS01, TD01 Decorated Cakes IB02, IJ02, TC02, IS02 Cookies and Bars from scratch IB03, IJ03, IC03, and IS03 Candy TB04, IJ04, IC04, IS04 Pies from scratch Breads from scratch (Brownies-quick breads, Juniors and up-yeast or quick breads) Jams or Jellies Nutritious Snacks

Life Skills 09 10 11 12 13 14 15

Nutrition Personal Sewing (clothing, quilts, etc.) Miscellaneous Sewing (doll clothes, toys, etc.) Sportsmanship and Sports Skills Substance Abuse, Personal Safety, First Aid, Emergency Preparedness, Personal Development and Personal Care Animal Care Child Care (Juniors and up)

Customs and Traditions 16 17 18 19 20

Heritage Projects and Crafts, Holiday Crafts Friendship Projects Collections Historical Projects International friendships, and/or projects

Science and Beyond 21 22 23 24 25 26

Computers and Technology Money Management Career Exploration Science Projects Carpentry Projects Recycling, Ecology, Energy Awareness

The Arts 27 28 29 30 31

2-D Art 3-D Art Jewelry Needlework Ceramics and Clay

Communications 32 33 34

Visual Arts Creative Writing Scrap Booking

Out of Doors 35 36

Outdoor Projects, Skills Camp Planning and Outdoor Safety

Girl Scout Program 37

Girl Scout Ways and Traditions


38 39 40 41

Service Projects Diversity Projects Program Aide Activities (Juniors and up) Troop, Group Trips and Events

SCOUT FUN DAY/GIRL SCOUT RAIN GUTTER REGATTA Friday of the Fair 1:00 p.m. Youth Building 1.

When called to race, hold your boat back with your hand against the end of the gutter until you hear the “GO!” 2. When racing, you will be allowed to “upright” your boat with your hands if it should get stuck, but you cannot move your boat forward when doing so. There will be one judge per gutter and the judges will give a warning if you move the boat forward. If you get a warning(s), the race goes on. If you lose the race after getting a warning(s), no action is required. However, if you win the race, the race will be repeated. 3. If one of the boats gets broken during a race, the results stand. We will allow a 5-minute break for you to fix your boat as best you can for the next race. Your parents can HELP you fix your boat. 4. Each race will be run twice, switching rain gutters. If there is a tie, we will toss a coin and the winner of the coin toss will choose the track for the tiebreaker. 5. We will have a double elimination races. 6. A race might be repeated if the judge has a reason that merits it. 7. Divisions will be Daisy, Brownie, Junior, Cadet and Senior/Ambassador. 8. Prizes will be awarded for winners in each division. 9. Girl Scouts must make their own boats. Boat kits can be purchased at any Boy Scout shop or through their catalog. 10. An award will be given for best creative design. 11. Other activities will be planned for Boy & Girl Scouts.

S - BOY SCOUTS Board Member in Charge: Jacob Kirkland, Bailey Renmert Advisor: Audrey Mesaros-Gale, Barb Clark

Judging - July 16, 2018 9:00a.m. -12:00p.m. Boy Scouts of America began in the United States in 1910 and was chartered by Congress in 1916. The purpose of Boy Scouting is the development of Character, Citizenship, and Physical and Mental Fitness. Objectives of the program are to stress spiritual values along with Duty to God and Country, and service to others. Scouting units in Morrow County are part of the Heart of Ohio Council, BSA. Participation Guidelines 1. The Boy Scouts consider participation in the Morrow County Junior Fair a privilege and an opportunity to share their accomplishments, interests, and ideals. All displays must show a high quality in effort, originality, neatness of the Boy Scout program and depicting the theme established by the Junior Fair Board. 2. Every registered Cub Scout Pack, Boy Scout Troop, Explorer Post, and Venture Crew in Morrow County is eligible to participate. Only registered scouts and leaders may take part in the events. 3. Booths and exhibits must be in place by 8:00 p.m., the first Monday of the fair, in the Youth Building. 4. Projects MUST be entered by June 7th, brought to July judging AND displayed at the fair. Projects MUST be in place by 8:00p.m.the first Monday of the fair. IF all of the above is done then each scout is entitled to a $5.00 pass which will get him into the fair EVERY day. Registered adult leaders may also purchase a pass. ONE leader pass per 5 Scouts exhibiting. 5. Individual projects must be judged AND exhibited to receive a premium. 6. Competing in the Derby & Dutch Oven Contest are considered FUN activities. Only participating in


this WILL NOT entitle you to a pass. 7. To have a booth you MUST contact the Jr Fair Office (419-947-1567), by the first Tuesday of August to put in your size request. 8. All exhibits must be identified in the booth. 9. Each Scout may enter 1 project but no more than 2 to be judged. 10. Cub Scouts will be able to enter projects based around activities they do to earn Belt Loops, options listed below. 11. Boy Scouts will be able to enter projects based around activities they do to earn Merit Badges, options listed below. CUB SCOUTS BOY SCOUTS CS10 Shooting Sports BS10 Architecture CS11 Physical Fitness & Sports BS11 Art CS12 Home Town Heroes BS12 Basketry CS13 Safety/First Aid BS13 Bird Study CS14 Fishing BS14 Camping CS15 Duty to God BS15 Carpentry CS16 Hiking BS16 Collections CS17 Knots BS17Video/Games/Coding CS18STEM (Science/Technology/Engineering/Math) BS18 Cooking CS19 Landmarks/Historic Figures BS19 Family Life CS20 Art BS20 First Aid/Safety CS21 Astronomy BS21 Fishing CS22 Citizenship BS22 Indian Lore CS23 Collections BS23 Inventing CS24 Family Travel BS24 Music CS25 Map & Compass BS25 Photography CS26 Music BS26 Reptile/Amphibian Study CS27 Pet Care BS27 Sculpture CS28 Video Games & Coding BS28 Shooting Sports CS29 Wildlife Conservation BS29 Wood Carving Boy Scouts of America Pinewood Derby Day & Dutch Oven Cook Off 2nd Monday, Labor Day Youth Building- 10 a.m. Rules of the Race: (1) Cub Scouts must bring their own Pinewood Derby cars made in the present year unless you are an "Old Timer". In which case, they must have been made by the participant while involved in the Scouting program. ALL cars must be official BSA Pinewood Derby Cars (2) The official Cub Scout Pinewood Derby rules will be followed. (3) ALL cars MUST be signed in by 9:30 a.m. (4) Once a car is weighed, NO changes can take place. CARS CANNOT BE TOUCHED AFTER THEY ARE WEIGHED IN!! (5) Division/Ranks: (NEW rank after May 31st of current year.) 1) Wolf 2) Bear 3) Webelos 4) Webelos 2 5) Old Timers To compete in the Old Timers competition, you must be a current Morrow County Unit Scout Leader; a previous Morrow County Scout over the age of 11, any current Scout registered in any Morrow County Boy Scout Troop and cannot be a current Cub Scout. All Old Timers are required to race their own car. No car can compete in two different races for any reason, except for Best Overall. Old Timers will not compete in the Best Overall race. 6) Races will run one rank after another. ALL participants should be in the Youth Building by 10 a.m. Trophies will be given to the top 3 racers in each division and the top racer of the day. Patches will be available to ALL racers.


Old Timers will receive trophies for the top 3 racers ONLY. REGISTRATION MUST BE RETURNED on entry forms same as other entries, BY JUNE 7th. Each pack participating in the race will be responsible for one or more of the jobs in running the race. Assignments will be made after entries are returned and/or you can volunteer on your entry form. Boy Scouts of America Dutch Oven Cooking Contest 2ndMonday, Labor Day, 10a.m. Guidelines for this contest: 1) The LEAVE NO TRACE program will be followed. (Pit with charcoal only will be allowed.) 2) Prepare 1 dish from a menu for one of the following areas: a) Breakfast BS03B b) Lunch BS03L c) Supper BS03S d) Dessert BS03D ***Bring Menu for the meal and recipe for the dish prepared. 3) Limit to 2 areas- If choosing to do two areas they must be-breakfast and dessert; lunch and dessert; or supper and dessert. You MUST compete in what you enter on your entry form or be disqualified. Use class numbers above. 4) Responsible for own cooking equipment, table and everything you will need to cook your dish. 5) Sign-in at 10 a.m., Set-up by 10:30 a.m., Cooking starts at 10:35 a.m., Dish Ready for judging by 11:45 a.m. 6) Dish will be judged in the following ways: taste, appearance, complexity, teamwork if done by a team or patrol, cooking technique. 7) Enter as an individual or team of (2). ALL entrants must be BOY SCOUTS registered in Morrow County. 8) There will be a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in each area and a BEST OVERALL. A participant patch will be given to all who take part. 9) A Tasting Party will follow the judging.

Tiger Cubs-First Grade Cub Scouts-2nd thru 5th Grade Boy Scouts-11 to 18 years old Ventures-14 to 20 years old Explorers-14 to 20 years old

Y - VEGETABLES AND FLOWERS Board Members in Charge: MaKenzie Strahm,Zane Parrott, Jacob Levering, Cailin Smith Advisors: Teresa Shipman, Betty Brandum Vegetables, Flower/Indoor Gardening Judging - July 16, 2018 by club, Youth Building CLASS

NAME OF EXHIBIT

Y671 How Does Your Garden Grow (Bring complete project book-this will vary on year project is being taken-and a photo record of your garden from start to finish. Second year members should bring a 14"x22" photo record poster. Exhibit and display any part of this project.) Y691 Grow Your Own Vegetables (See Handbook) Y692 Growing with the Seasons (See Handbook) 1. A Best Junior and Best Senior Overall will be awarded. Juniors (9-13 yrs.) Seniors (14-18 yrs.)

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