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Bill Lee 50th Governor of Tennessee “From the funds appropriated by the General Assembly of the State of Tennessee for the purpose of aiding fairs in the payment of agricultural premiums, the Greene County Fair has been allotted its proportionate share by the Tennessee Department of Agriculture.”

2021 OFFICERS

Bill Lee, Governor of Tennessee Charlie Hatcher, Commissioner of Agriculture Lynne Williams, Fair Administrator

Welcome The spread of COVID-19 led to a tough year in 2020 for the people in our community. The Board of Directors for the Greene County Fair faced a difficult decision in cancelling the annual event last year. While that decision was heart-shattering for the myriad of volunteers for this event, we felt that it was in the best interest of the community at that time. Here we are one year later, and what a difference a year makes. We are excited to now welcome you to the 71st edition of this vital community event – The Greene County Fair is back! Our goal remains the same - to provide a family-friendly venue that focuses on the promotion of agriculture, entertainment, youth development, and education. I am privileged to work alongside nineteen other board members and countless other volunteers whose hard work, dedication, and passion for the Fair are essential to the ongoing success of this annual event. It is the single largest social event in Greene County each year, and no matter your interests, we believe the Fair will offer something for you to enjoy. There has been a fair in some form in Greene County since 1870 when the Farmers and Mechanics Association held its first exposition. The present Greene County Fair Association was incorporated in 1949. The Greene County Fair is recognized statewide as one of the best fairs of its size. In 2015, the Fair was recognized as the AAA Division Champion Fair in the state of Tennessee by the Tennessee Association of Fairs. In 2005, we were honored to receive the Tennessee Association of Fairs highest award, the “Champion of Champions” fair trophy, and in 2006, the Fair received the “Champion of Champions Premier Fair” award. Without the tremendous support from our community, these accolades would be impossible to achieve. The Board of Directors would like to express our thanks to all the volunteers, exhibitors, sponsors, and local businesses who have helped make Greene County Fair possible. Most of all, we would like to thank each of you for attending. All of our efforts are aimed at your enjoyment. We look forward to seeing you there! Rick Clark, President

Greene County Fair, Inc. P.O. Box 582 Greeneville, TN 37744 423-638-2521 Email: info@greenecountyfair.com http://www.greenecountyfair.com http://facebook.com/greenecountyfair

Physical Address: 123 Fairgrounds Circle Greeneville, Tennessee All rights reserved. All materials contained in this catalog and on the Greene County Fair’s Internet website are the copyrighted property of the Greene County Fair, Inc. No material from this catalog or the Greene County Fair’s Internet website may be copied, reproduced, republished, uploaded, posted, transmitted, or distributed in any way without the expressed written permission of the Greene County Fair.

President 1st Vice President 2nd Vice President Treasurer Secretary

Rick Clark Rhonda Humbert Dale Collette Cam Philbeck Holly Lamons

2021 DIRECTORS Ian Bible Marjorie Bradley Ryan Holt Mike Idell Shane Jones Dale Kyker Lanny Love Cory Malone

Shannon Mullendore Jake Ottinger Joni Parker David Peake Carla Reaves Kaye Shipley Jonathan Williams

2021 ASSOCIATE DIRECTORS Kevin Ayers Charles Bowman Rebecca Collette Daniel Gaby Keema Greenlee Steve Hale Barbara Heins Barbara Holt Bobby Holt

Lloyd Holt Jim Humbert John Loven Stena Meadows Mike Norton Jack Quillen Jimmy Rader Melody Rose Janie Shephard

Thanks The Board of Directors of the Greene County Fair would like to express their appreciation to the following : • The Governor, The Commissioner of Agriculture, the State Legislature, Town of Greeneville and Greene County Government for their support of the fair. • All of our advertisers. The publishing of the Greene County Fair Catalog entails a great deal of hard work and considerable cost. Most of this cost is offset by the ads purchased by the various businesses displayed in the catalog. We would ask that you patronize them throughout the year. • The Greeneville Emergency Rescue Squad. Their able handling of parking each year makes your visit to the fair more enjoyable. • The many volunteers who give so much time and energy, and without whose efforts the fair would be impossible.

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EXHIBIT ENTRY DATES Entries for non-perishable items will ONLY be accepted on Saturday, July 17th from 9:00am to 1:30pm for the following Departments and Classes: Department C - 4-H Club - Classes 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, & 12 Department E - FFA - Classes 8 & 9 Department N - Canning - All Classes Department P - Handwork - All Classes Department R - Adult Crafts - All Classes Department U - Photography - All Classes Department V - Fine Arts - All Classes Department Y - Junior Crafts - All Classes Entries for perishable items in the following Departments and Classes will ONLY be accepted on Saturday, July 24th from 9:00am to 1:30pm. Department C - 4-H - Classes 2, 8, 9, 10, 11, Department E - FFA - Classes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, Department K - Horticulture, Field Crops & Seeds - All Classes Department M - Honey & Molasses - All Classes Department O - Pastries

Entries in Department S - Ornamental Horticulture will be accepted as follows: Plants & Floral Design Saturday, July 24th from 9:00am - 1:30pm Classes 1, 2, & 3 Roses & Cut Flowers Saturday, July 24th from 9:00am - 1:30pm Judging will begin at 9:00 a.m. on Monday. The exhibits will not be open to the public until the gates open at 4:00 p.m. on Monday. Prior to entering exhibits, each exhibitor will be issued a number which is to be used to enter all items. All 4-H and FFA exhibits are limited to Greene County residents. Exhibits and awards may be picked up Sunday 1:00 - 5:00 and Monday 10:00 - 5:00. No exhibit may be removed without presenting the proper claim ticket.

*ONLINE* Exhibit Entry Saves You Time! Avoid the Lines! Exhibitors who pre-register their exhibits online will drop off exhibits in one location at the fair. Once you register, entry tags may be picked up the next day at the fair office Monday-Friday from 10:00 am-4:00 pm, starting July 1!

For questions, call 423-638-2521. Visit our website for details! http://www.greenecountyfair.com


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TICKET PRICES ARE AS FOLLOWS: General Admission: Adults, 12 and older Children 6 to 11 Children 5 and under Season Pass Livestock Exhibitors

$8.00 $5.00 Free $30.00 $8.00

EXHIBITOR RULES & REGULATIONS Prior to entering exhibits, each exhibitor will be issued a number which is to be used to enter all items. All 4-H and FFA exhibits are limited to Greene County residents. Exhibits and awards may be picked up on Sunday from 1:00 - 5:00 or Monday 10:00 - 5:00 following the close of the fair on Sunday. No exhibit may be removed without presenting the proper claim ticket. It is the policy of the Greene County Fair Association that any assisted-living organization that wishes to bring mentally or physically challenged people to the fair may purchase 1-day passes in advance for ½ price per person. Unless they are issued a daily or weekly pass by the Board of Directors, all persons will be required to purchase a ticket each time they enter the grounds. Parking is free. Only those vehicles issued a permit by the Board of Directors will be allowed to park inside the gates. Violators will be towed at the owner’s expense. It is the policy of the Greene County Fair, Inc. that no animal shall be permitted on the grounds, other than those involved in events sanctioned by the Fair, such as a pet show, wildlife exhibits, petting barn, or livestock show or exhibit. Animals involved in such events shall be restrained in a manner considered proper by the Board of Directors of the Fair. The only exceptions to this policy are those animals which are used by the handicapped, for example, seeing eye dogs.

The Greene County Fair, Inc. reserves to its Board of Directors the final and absolute right to interpret all rules and regulations; and arbitrarily settle and determine all matters, questions, and differences in regard thereto, or otherwise arising out of, connected with, or incidental to the Fair.

ALL PREMIUM CHECKS ARE VOID AFTER SIXTY (60) DAYS. Exhibiting does not entitle the exhibitor to free admission to the grounds. No entries will be accepted later than the dates listed in this catalog. Unless otherwise stated, an exhibitor may enter only one item per lot. A single item cannot be entered into multiple lots. The exhibitor is responsible for determining the lot in which their item is entered. Each department superintendent has the right to add lots when necessary, so that non-catalog exhibits can be entered. Exhibitors must be the bona fide owners of the entry exhibited. All crops exhibited must be produced during the current fair year. Exhibitors must use only the space assigned by the superintendent of the department. Protests will be decided by the Executive Committee. Only those protests made in writing on a form provided by the Fair and accompanied by a $25.00 deposit will be considered. This deposit may be forfeited

to the Fair in the event the protest fails. The Fair will not be responsible for any damage to exhibits, but will take reasonable precautions to guard against loss or damage. The President of the Fair shall have supervision and control of all exhibits; and reserves the right to prescribe the dimensions and positions of all signs, to control the distribution of all advertising, and generally to direct the fair as to appearance. All instructions shall come from the President or through his/her authorized representatives. No commercial exhibit or concession shall be removed from the grounds prior to the close of the fair. In lots where exhibits are made by only one exhibitor, the Fair will pay only second premium money, and that only if the entry is worthy. The right is reserved to withhold the premiums awarded in any case where the Fair deems that the regulations have not been complied with; or that fraud or deception has been attempted; or where an exhibit is not worthy. The decision of the Board or its representatives shall be final and binding on all parties. Judges will be instructed not to award premiums to any exhibit because of its presence. It must be worthy. It is not the policy of the Fair to encourage indifferent production. No premium will be awarded to any exhibit that does not possess high intrinsic merit. The single judge system is the policy of the

Fair. Judges will be selected with the utmost care. The Fair reserves the right to use the three judge system should circumstances arise where it would prove of mutual benefit to the Fair and the exhibitors. The Fair reserves the right to substitute judges in place of those named. In cases of doubt or difficulty, judges will consult with the chairperson of the department. Any exhibitor attempting or in any way interfering with the judges in their adjudications will be promptly excluded from competition and any premiums awarded withheld. The decision of the judges will be final. Other than livestock, exhibits which have previously won in this fair are not eligible for prizes.

Commercial Exhibitors Commercial exhibits are to be completed by 10:00 p.m. on the Sunday prior to the opening of the fair on Monday. No vehicles are allowed on the fairgrounds after gates open at 4pm each day. All deliveries must be made before 4pm. Exhibitors are not allowed to remove their exhibits during the fair. Exhibits may be taken down on Monday from 9am to 7pm or Tuesday from 9am to 5pm after the fair has concluded.


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FAIREST OF THE FAIR CONTEST Forms available at Roberts Furniture or Online Tri-Am RV Main Stage Monday, July 26th - 8:00 p.m. Directors - Rhonda Humbert, Marjorie Bradley and Kaye Shipley

Kaitlyn Turner 2019-2020 Fairest of the Fair

The Board of Directors of the Greene County Fair Association, Inc. reserves the right to change these rules as the situation merits. This contest is sponsored by the Greene County Fair and is held as a preliminary to the Tennessee Fairest of the Fair contest, which is sponsored by the Tennessee Association of Fairs. The entry fee is $50.00. Only the first (15) fifteen qualified applicants to submit entries will be accepted. Each contestant must attend all practice sessions. Missing a practice session could disqualify the contestant. All contestants and their chaperons are invited to a tea on Sunday, July 25 at 2:00 p.m. at a location to be announced. Each contestant must be a resident of Greene County and sponsored by a civic club, community club, a school, or parents. To qualify as a resident of Greene County, an applicant/contestant must be domiciled in Greene County (legal residence as distinguished from temporary place of residence) for a minimum of 12 continuous months as of the date the applicant/contestant files their entry to participate in the Greene County Fairest of the Fair Contest. Each contestant must have reached her 16th birthday before the local pageant date, but not her 21st birthday, on December 31, 2021. A contestant cannot qualify if she is or has been married, or has children. Contestants will be judged on beauty (50%) on poise and personality (25%) and Interview (25%). The winner will receive a $1000 College Scholarship, a $500 clothing allowance for the state competition and will be sponsored by the Greene County Fair at the State Pageant in Nashville in January. This trip is worth approximately $1,500.00. The Fair will provide one hotel room. The winner of that contest will receive the title of Tennessee’s Fairest of the Fair and will receive such prizes as approved by the Association. Contestants will be presented in evening gowns. Costumes must be formal and must be floor length. Contestants will not be allowed to wear or carry flowers during the judging. Each contestant will receive two passes for the pageant. The winner will be required to sign a contract outlining her responsibilities and those of the Fair. She will be required to be available to attend the fair and any scheduled activities as required by the Directors during fair week, and throughout the year as the reigning Fairest of the Fair.

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Lynn Hope Towing LLC was started by owner/operator Lynn Hope in 2001. It remains a family owned and operated business. Primarily through word-of-mouth, appreciation and recommendation for the companys’ fast, dependable and professional 24-hour service, the business grew from two trucks to its current ten trucks plus two road tractor operation offering light-to heavy-duty towing and recovery services and more. Lynn Hope Towing LLC is a Greeneville Sun People’s Choice winner in the Best Business category, and provides service for the Greeneville and the surrounding areas, city, county and state law enforcement agencies as well as many local automotive dealerships, body shops, garages and private accounts.

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Junior Miss & Little Miss Fairest of the Fair

JUNIOR MISS FAIREST

LITTLE MISS FAIREST

Tri-Am RV Main Stage Tuesday, July 27th - 7:30 p.m. Director - Lesa Fox

Tri-Am RV Main Stage Tuesday, July 27th - 6:30 p.m. Director - Lesa Fox

For an entry form and further information, please contact Lesa Fox at 257-3351 or Heather Mullins at 257-6951. If openings are available, we will accept entries up to July 24th. The Board of Directors of the Greene County Fair, Inc. reserves the right to change these rules as the situation merits. This contest is sponsored by the Greene County Fair. The entry fee is $50.00, and is nonrefundable. Each contestant must be a resident of Greene County and sponsored by a civic club, community club, a school, or parents. To qualify as a resident of Greene County, an applicant/contestant must be domiciled in Greene County (legal residence as distinguished from temporary place of residence) for a minimum of 12 continuous months as of the date the applicant/contestant files their entry to participate in the Greene County Junior Miss Fairest of the Fair Contest. AGES: 13, 14, and 15 years. Contestants will model a dress of their choice, long or short. Contestants will not be allowed to wear or carry flowers during the judging. Contestants will be judged on beauty (75%) and on poise and appearance (25%). The winner will receive a trophy, crown and flowers. Runners-up will receive a trophy. Each non-finalist will receive a small participation trophy. Winners will not be allowed to compete again in the same age division. Winners from last year may not compete this year even if their age division changes. Winners in each division will be the guest of the Greene County Fair in 2022. When you call to pre-register for the pageant, this will hold your spot for 7 days. If we do not receive your information within 7 days your name will be taken off the list. A rehearsal will be held on Saturday, July 24th, at the Main Stage on the Greene County Fairgrounds. If you are unable to attend, please let us know.

For an entry form and further information, please contact Lesa Fox at 257-3351 or Heather Mullins at 257-6951. If openings are available, we will accept entries up to July 24th. The Board of Directors of the Greene County Fair, Inc. reserves the right to change these rules as the situation merits. This contest is sponsored by the Greene County Fair. The entry fee is $50.00, and is nonrefundable. Each contestant must be a resident of Greene County and sponsored by a civic club, community club, a school, or parents. To qualify as a resident of Greene County, an applicant/contestant must be domiciled in Greene County (legal residence as distinguished from temporary place of residence) for a minimum of 12 continuous months as of the date the applicant/contestant files their entry to participate in the Greene County Little Miss Fairest of the Fair Contest. Contestants will model a dress of their choice, long or short. Contestants will not be allowed to wear or carry flowers during the judging. Contestants will be judged on beauty (75%), and on poise and appearance (25%). The winner will receive a trophy, crown and flowers. Runners-up will receive a trophy. Each non-finalist will receive a small participation trophy. Winners will not be allowed to compete again in the same age division. Winners from last year may not compete this year even if their age division changes. Winners in each division will be the guest of the Greene County Fair in 2022. A rehearsal will be held on Saturday, July 24th, at the Main Stage on the Greene County Fairgrounds. If you are unable to attend, please let us know. When you call to pre-register for the pageant, this will hold your spot for 7 days. If we do not receive your information within 7 days your name will be taken off the list.

LITTLE MISS AGE DIVISIONS Tiny Wee Miss

Age 3

Wee Miss

Ages 4, 5, & 6

Tiny Miss

Ages 7, 8, & 9

Little Miss

Ages 10, 11, & 12


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BABY SHOW Greeneville Federal Expo Stage Directors - Kaye Shipley & Tonya Newton Classes 1–7 will be held on Tuesday, July 27th at 6:00 p.m. Classes 8-14 will be held on Thursday, July 29th at 6:00 p.m. Classes 15-20 will be held on Saturday, July 31st at 5:00 p.m. •Everyone must pre-register for the Baby Show. Pre-registration may be done by mailing in a registration form before WEDNESDAY, July 21st. Otherwise, contestants may be pre-registered on SUNDAY, July 25th at the Andrew Johnson Bank Pavilion from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. No exceptions will be allowed.

• Everyone needs to bring proof the day of the baby show: (a) That they live in Greene County (Driver’s License, etc.) and (b) Birth Certificate of Contestant. (These will only be asked for if anyone questions the age and says they should be in another class).

• The Greene County Fair is not responsible for entry forms that may be lost in the mail. It is your responsibility to check with the directors of the Baby Show to verify that your entry form was received and accepted.

• There will be no waiting on contestants. If the contestant is not there for the line-up the show will go on. (NO REFUNDS will be given.)

• Entry Fee for Baby Show will be $15.00 per Contestant. • There will be five (5) places in each division (Winner and four runner- ups). Also, an Award for the Friendliest Baby in each Class will be presented. • Contestants will wear Casual Clothing of their Choice – Absolutely NO Pageant Wear Will Be Allowed! Failure to follow these guidelines will result in disqualification. • Contestant is only judged on CUTENESS (Not Clothing). • Friendliest Baby will be judged on the Baby Smiling/Laughing the most while in LineUp in front of the judges on stage.

• There will only be 25 contestants per division. • All winners (including the Friendliest Baby in each class) will be asked to stay for group pictures. • ALL ENTRIES for the Baby Show in Classes 1-7 need to be ready for Line-Up at 5:45 p.m. on Tuesday, July 27th beside the GREENEVILLE FEDERAL EXPO Stage. • ALL ENTRIES for Classes 8-14 need to be ready for Line-Up at 5:45 p.m. on Thursday, July 29th. All entries for classes 15-20 need to be ready for line-up at 4:45 pm on Saturday, July 31st.

All Parents, Family Members, Etc. must pay to enter fairgrounds each night of the baby show. For more information call Tonya Newton (638-7407) or Kaye Shipley (329-0704). ENTRY FORMS CAN BE PICKED UP AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS: • GREENE COUNTY FAIR OFFICE AT THE FAIRGROUNDS • SOUTHERN BELLE BRIDAL BOUTIQUE IN THE COMMONS

BABY SHOW CLASSES TUESDAY, July 27 GREENEVILLE FEDERAL EXPO STAGE CLASSES 1 - 7 CHECK-IN AT 5:45 P.M. BABY SHOW BEGINS AT 6:00 P.M.

THURSDAY, July 29 GREENEVILLE FEDERAL EXPO STAGE CLASSES 8 - 14 CHECK-IN AT 5:45 P.M. BABY SHOW BEGINS AT 6:00 P.M.

SATURDAY, July 31 GREENEVILLE FEDERAL EXPO STAGE CLASSES 15 - 20 CHECK-IN AT 4:45 P.M. BABY SHOW BEGINS AT 5:00 P.M.

CLASS 1

Girls - Under 3 months

CLASS 8

CLASS 15 Girls - 24 mo. to under 36 mo.

CLASS 2

Boys - Under 3 months

CLASS 9

Boys - 9 months to under 12

CLASS 3

Girls - 3 months to under 6

CLASS 10

Girls - 12 months to under 18

CLASS 4

Boys - 3 months to under 6

CLASS 11

Boys - 12 months to under 18

CLASS 5

Girls - 6 months to under 9

CLASS 12

Girls - 18 months to under 24

CLASS 6

Boys - 6 months to under 9

CLASS 13

Boys - 18 months to under 24

CLASS 19 Twins - 1 year to under 2 years

CLASS 7

Twins - 6 months to under 9

CLASS 14

Twins - 9 months to under 12

CLASS 20 Twins - 2 years to under 3 years

CLASS 16 Boys - 24 mo. to under 36 mo. CLASS 17 Girls - 36 mo. to under 48 mo. CLASS 18 Boys - 36 mo. to under 48 mo.

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WIKQ YOUTH TALENT CONTEST

CORN BAG TOSS TOURNAMENT

Tri-Am RV Main Stage Thursday, July 29th - 7:00 pm Director - Brian Stayton

Qualifying Rounds Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday - 7pm Championship Round - Saturday - 7pm Directors: Melody Rose, Ryan Holt

Sponsored by: The Greene County Fair and WIKQ The Board of Directors of the Greene County Fair, Inc. reserves the right to change these rules as the situation merits. AWARDS • 1st Place - $500.00 • 2nd Place - $300.00 • 3rd Place - $200.00 Age limits are 13 through 21 inclusive, as of October 1, 2021. • This contest is not open to professionals. • This contest is not open to baton twirlers or similar acts using batons or machetes. • It is recommended that an act should run no more than 3 minutes. • To obtain an entry form, call or come by WIKQ radio on • Arnold Road, 423-639-1831. • Entry Deadline is July 17. Winners can advance to the following contest: Regional Youth Talent Award Contest - Tennessee Valley Fair GRAND PRIZE: $1,000.00 2ND PLACE: $350.00 3RD PLACE: $250.00 4TH PLACE: $150.00

Sponsored by: Greeneville Federal Bank • Teams MUST register in advance, no later than 12 noon of the day of the qualifying round. Once a team qualifies for the finals they cannot compete anymore in the qualifying rounds. • Non-winning teams can compete each night in the qualifying rounds, but must re-register (no additional charge) • No free fair admission passes for participating team members. • Single elimination • Entry Fee – $25.00 per team • Top two teams each night will qualify for the finals to be held on Saturday night. No prize money for qualifying rounds.

• Six Teams in Saturday’s Final round. Saturday’s Final Round will begin at 7 PM • Double Elimination • Prize money for finals only as follows: 1st Place $600.00 2nd Place $250.00 3rd Place $100.00 4th Place $50.00 • The top four teams that qualify for the Championship round will receive prize money. • Participants are not allowed to furnish their own Corn Toss Bags. • Bean bags,boards and scoreboard are furnished by Greene County Fair.

TEENY TINY TALENT CONTEST

FAMILY FEUD

GREENEVILLE FEDERAL EXPO STAGE

Tri-Am Main Stage

Friday, July 30th – 7:00 p.m. Director: Rhonda Humbert AWARDS st • 1 Place - $300.00 • 2nd Place - $200.00 3rd Place - $100.00

Saturday, July 31st – 9:00 p.m. The Fair’s version of this classic game show! Your family has a chance to compete on stage for prizes!

• Age limits are 1 through 12 years of age. • This contest is not open to professionals. • It is recommended that an act should run no more than 3 minutes. • Entries and CD/Videos must be submitted by July 1. There will be a limit of 20 acts in this contest. To obtain an entry form call: Rhonda Humbert @ 423-552-4068 or Kaye Shipley @ 423-329-0704 or visit our web site at www.greenecountyfair.com

Contestants will be picked by a random drawing at the Main Stage on Saturday, July 31st at 8:00pm and will be announced from the Main Stage at 8:30pm. If your family is selected to compete, you must have five family members present on Saturday, July 31st at 8:30pm at the Main Stage, ready to play. Deadline for entries will be Friday, July 30th at 5:00pm. Contestants must be 18 years of age. Only one entry per family. Entry forms are available on our website or at the fair office. For more information, contact: Rhonda Humbert @ 423-552-4068


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Jewelry (Must all be hand constructed) Lot 2 – Hair Accessory Lot 3 – Jewelry (Necklace or Bracelet) Lot 4 – Key Chain, handmade Lot 5 – Native American Jewelry (1 item)

Department C 4-H Club RULES AND REGULATIONS 1) All exhibitors must be bona fide 4-H Club Members of Greene County; 4-H eligibility is Kindergarten through 12th grade as of January 1, 2021. 2) Only one entry per person in any one lot. 3) Accepted items are only those listed in the current catalog. 4) Entries must be made or grown by exhibitor after September 1, 2020. 5) Prize money and ribbons awarded on quality of exhibits. 6) Non-perishable entries in this department accepted on Saturday, July 17th, from 9:00 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. This includes entries in the following classes: Class 1 - 4, 7, 9, 10 & 12. All perishable entries accepted on Saturday, July 24th from 9:00 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. This includes entries in the following classes: Class 5 - 8. ALL PREMIUM CHECKS VOID AFTER SIXTY (60) DAYS.

CLASS 1 - ART AND CRAFTS AWARDS: 1st - $4.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $2.00 Holiday Decorations (any item) Lot 1 – Any Holiday

Needlework Lot 6 – Crochet (any item) Lot 7 – Counted, Cross-stitch (any size), framed Lot 8 – Embroidery (any item) Lot 9 – Knitted (any item) Lot 10 – Macrame’ (any item) Lot 11 - Quilted (any item) Other Arts Lot 12 – Basketry, hand-made Lot 13 – Bead Work Lot 14 – Leather Article, any item Lot 15 – Natural Wood Article, built (stain only) Lot 16 – Natural Wood Article, carved (stain only) Lot 17 – Paper Mache’ Lot 18 – Stained Item, glass Lot 19 – Stained Item, plastic Lot 20 – Tin or Metal Article Other Crafts Lot 21 – Airbrush (any item) Lot 22 – Candle Lot 23 – Basket, decorated Lot 24 – Bird Feeder, decorated Lot 25 – Birdhouse, decorated Lot 26 -- Doorstop Lot 27 -- Felt article Lot 28 – Foam article Lot 29 – Picture frame, decorated

Lot 30 – Paper Article, hand cut Lot 31 – Potholder, homemade Lot 32 – Refrigerator magnets (set of 2) Lot 33-- Scrapbook, 1 page (front and back) Lot 34 – Shoes, decorated, painted or dyed Lot 35 -- Soft sculpture, any (cloth item, stuffed toy, etc.) Lot 36 – Stationary, hand decorated Lot 37 – Stepping Stones Lot 38 String Art with nails Lot 39 – Tie-dyed clothing (any item) Lot 40 – Wall hanging (with hanger) Lot 41 – Wood article, decorated Lot 42 – Woven article Lot 43 -- Any 4-H article (requires 4-H wording or symbols) Lot 44 -- Any “4-H Camp Side Porch Craft” Visual Arts Lot 45 – Ceramics, fired in kiln Lot 46 – Clay article, hand molded (air or oven dried) Lot 47 – Collage, mounted Lot 48 – Mixed Media, mounted Lot 49 – Mosaic Lot 50 – Painted figurine Lot 51 – Painted rock Lot 52 – Picture – Acrylic, mounted Lot 53 – Picture – Charcoal, mounted Lot 54 – Picture – Colored Pencil or Crayon, mounted Lot 55 – Picture – Marker (grades 4-6), mounted Lot 56 – Picture – Marker (grades 7-12), mounted Lot 57 – Picture – Pen or Pencil drawing, mounted Lot 58 – Picture – Watercolor, mounted Lot 59 – Pottery, wheel thrown Lot 60 – Recycled Art Lot 61 - Legos


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CLASS 2 - CANNING Exhibits must be placed in standard canning jars. AWARDS: 1st - $4.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $2.00 (Quarts & Pints) Lot 1 - Beets Lot 2 - Corn Lot 3 - Green Beans Lot 4 - Sweet Cucumber Pickles Lot 5- Dill Cucumber Pickles Lot 6 - Bread and Butter Pickles Lot 7 - Tomatoes Lot 8 - Salsa Lot 9 - Pickled Okra Lot 10 - Spaghetti Sauce Lot 11 - Pumpkin Lot 12 - Pickled Relish Lot 13 - Pepper Relish Lot 14 - Any Pickled Vegetables Jellies (jelly jars only) Lot 15 - Any Jelly Jams, Butters & Preserves (pints or half pints) Lot 16 - Any Jam, Butter, or Preserves Juices (quarts) Lot 17 - Apple Lot 18 - Grape (white or other) Lot 19 - Tomato (any color) CLASS 3 - CLOTHING AWARDS: 1st - $9.00; 2nd - $7.00; 3rd - $5.00 Lot 1 – Apron Lot 2 – Blouse or Shirt Lot 3 – Skirt Lot 4 – Dress or Ensemble Lot 5 – Sportswear (1 piece) Lot 6 – Sewn Vest Lot 7 – Pajamas Lot 8 – Costume Lot 9 – Sewn Purse Lot 10 – Clothing Accessories (belts, collars, bows, etc.) CLASS 4 – EDUCATIONAL 4-H PROJECT EXHIBITS AWARDS: 1st - $20.00; 2nd - $15.00; 3rd - $10.00 4-H Project (is it 4-H related) …………….10 points Educational Value (does it teach a lesson)….............................................…..30 points Appearance (pleasing to the eye)……….25 points Simplicity (easy to understand & not crowded)..................................................20 points Originality (new idea)………………………...15 points Lot 1 – Grades 4 - 5 as of January 1st of the current year Lot 2 – Grades 6 - 8 as of January 1st of the current year Lot 3 – Grades 9 -12 as of January 1st of the current year

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Exhibit space is limited. Interested participants need to contact the 4-H Office (798-1710) by Friday, July 12, to reserve a space. Booth space will be assigned on a first come, first serve basis. Tri-Fold Science Board is to be used. CLASS 5 - GARDEN CROPS AWARDS: 1st - $4.00; 2nd - $3.50; 3rd - $2.00 Lot 1 - Apples (3) Lot 2 - Beans, Bunch Green (10) Lot 3 - Beans, Pole (10) Lot 4 - Beans, Shelly (10) Lot 5 - Beets (5) Lot 6 - Cabbage (1 head) Lot 7 - Cantaloupe (1) Lot 8 - Carrots (5 with stems) Lot 9 - Corn, Sweet Bi-Colored (3 ears shucked) Lot 10 - Corn, Sweet Yellow (3 ears shucked) Lot 11 - Corn, Sweet White (3 ears shucked) Lot 12 - Cucumbers (3) Lot 13 - Eggplant (1) Lot 14 - Grapes (1 bunch) Lot 15 - Okra (5) Lot 16 - Onions, White (3) Lot 17 - Onions, Yellow (3) Lot 18 - Onions, Red (3) Lot 19 - Ornamental Gourds or Pumpkins Lot 20 - Peppers, Hot (3) Lot 21 - Peppers, Sweet Green (3) Lot 22 - Peppers, Sweet Red (3) Lot 23 - Potatoes, Irish Red (3) Lot 24 – Potatoes, Irish White (3) Lot 25 - Pumpkin for Cooking (1) Lot 26 - Squash, Yellow Summer (3) Lot 27 - Squash, winter (1) Lot 28 - Squash, Zucchini (3) Lot 29 - Sweet Potatoes, White (3) Lot 30 - Sweet Potatoes, Red (3) Lot 31 - Tomatoes, Cherry (10) Lot 32 - Tomatoes, Red (3) Lot 33 - Tomatoes, Yellow (3) Lot 34 - Watermelon (1) Lot 35 - Decorated Pumpkins or Gourds Lot 36 - Best Display of 5 or more Different Herbs 1st - $6.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $2.00 Lot 37 - Best display of 5 or more different vegetables 1st - $6.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $2.00 CLASS 6 - FIELD CROPS AWARDS: 1st - $6.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $2.00 Lot 1 - White Corn (6 ears in shucks) Lot 2 - Yellow Corn (6 ears in shucks) Lot 3 - Ornamental Corn (3 ears) Lot 4 - Ornamental Pumpkins or Gourds (3) WHOPPER CATEGORIES Lot 5 - Squash, Pumpkin, or Watermelon, Largest(1)

Lot 6 - Sunflower, Largest(1) EGGS Lot 7 - Brown Shelled Eggs (6) Lot 8 - White Shelled Eggs (6) CLASS 7 - FOOD PREPARATION AWARDS: 1st - $6.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $2.00 Rules & Regulations 1. Foods must be made by 4-H’ers entering exhibit. 2. Each Entry must be made from scratch. (min. 5 ingredients) 3. Recipe must accompany each entry. (neatly written or typed on 3x5 or 4x6 card) 4. All entries must be on white plate (paper or plastic) and in a clear zip closed bag. NOTE: Entries will not be judged if: a) no recipe is included b) not on a plate c) not sealed in a zip plastic bag BREADS Lot 1 - Banana Bread w/o nuts (1/2 loaf) Lot 2 - Corn Muffins, plain (3) Lot 3 - Basic Nut Bread (1/2 loaf) Lot 4 - Biscuits (3) Lot 5 - Corn Muffins, other (3) Lot 6 - Muffins, any other (3) Lot 7 - Zucchini Bread (1/2 loaf) CAKES Lot 8 - Angel Food Cake (1/2/ not iced) Lot 9 - Brownies, Blonde (3) Lot 10 - Brownies, Chocolate (3) Lot 11 - Cheesecake (1/2) Lot 12 - Chocolate Cake (1/2, any icing) Lot 13 - German Chocolate Cake (1/2) Lot 14 - Pound Cake (1/2, not iced) Lot 15 - White Cake (1/2, any icing) COOKIES Lot 16 - Bar Cookies (3) Lot 17 - Chocolate Chip Cookies (3) Lot 18 - Drop Cookies (3) Lot 19 - Oatmeal Raisin Cookies (3) Lot 20 - Peanut Butter Cookies (3) Lot 21 - Rolled Cookies (3) Lot 22 - Sugar Cookies (3) PIES (must use homemade piecrust) Lot 23 - Fruit, any kind Lot 24 - Fried Pies, any kind (3) Lot 25 - Chocolate Lot 26 - Coconut Lot 27 - Lemon Lot 28 - Pecan Lot 29 - Nut Pie


www.greenecountyfair.com OTHER Lot 30 - Jerky: beef, turkey, venison, any other (5 strips min.) Lot 31 - Candy, any other Lot 32 - Fudge, any other (3 pieces) Lot 33 - Fudge, Chocolate (3 pieces) Lot 34 - Fudge, Peanut Butter (3 pieces) Lot 35 - Toffee (3 pieces)

GREENE COUNTY FAIR • July 2021 • Page 13 Each Best of Show in Photography will receive 10 points Each Educational Exhibit will receive 20 points Awards will be as follows: 1st Place $50.00 2nd Place $30.00 3rd Place $20.00

CLASS 8 - FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS AWARDS: 1st - $6.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $2.00 Arrangements of any type flowers grown and/or arranged by 4-H Club Member. Lot 1 - Fresh Flower Arrangement Lot 2 - Dry Flower Arrangement Lot 3 - Artificial Arrangement Lot 4 - Potted Plant, Flowering Lot 5 - Potted Plant, Non-flowering Lot 6 - Hanging Basket CLASS 9 - PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS: 1st - $4.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $2.00 RULES & REGULATIONS 1. Entries must have been photographed by the exhibitor. 2. Entries must be color prints, unless noted. 3. Prints must measure either 4”x6” or 5”x7”. 4. Each print must be neatly mounted on white, black or cream colored mounting board with a 1 inch border. Entries will be displayed using adhesive backed velco fasteners. 5. Exhibitor is limited to one entry per lot. 6. A “Best of Show” will be selected for each category. Lot 1 - Color Print of Building(s) Lot 2 - Color Print of Landscape Lot 3 - Color Print of Water Scene Lot 4 - Color Print of People (individual or groups) Lot 5 - Color Print of Flower(s) Lot 6 - Color Print of Inanimate Objects (still life) Lot 7 – Color Print of Sky Scene Lot 8 -- Color Print of Animal(s) Lot 9 - Any Black & White Photo Lot 10 - Color Sequence (4 related photos that tell a story) CLASS 10 - 4-H SPECIAL PARTICIPATION AWARDS The Greene County Fair will present Special Participation Awards to the top three (3) exhibitors who receive the most points from entries in the 4-H Exhibit Building. 1. Any 4-H’er in Greene County is eligible for competition. 2. All entries must be quality exhibits. 3. The top three (3) exhibitors will be recognized with cash prizes. Awards will be based on total points received: Each entry will receive 1 point Each 1st place will receive 5 points Each 2nd place will receive 4 points Each 3rd place will receive 3 points

CLASS 2 - HAY AWARDS: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $3.00; Lot 1 - Alfalfa (1/4 bale) Lot 2 - Orchard Grass (1/4 bale) Lot 3 - Mixed Grass (1/4 bale) Lot 4 - Clover & Grass (1/4 bale) Lot 5 - Soybean (1/4 bale) Lot 6 - Oats or Wheat (1/4 bale) Lot 7 - Fescue (1/4 bale) Lot 8 - Timothy (1/4 bale) CLASS 3 - TOBACCO AWARDS: 1st-$10.00; 2nd- $8.00; 3rd - $7.00 Lot 1 - Best stick partially cured Lot 2 - Best stick green

Department E Vocational Education Competition in this department is open to all F.F.A. members who are taking Vocational Agriculture in the high schools of Greene County, Tennessee. Non-perishable entries in this department will be accepted on Saturday, July 17th, from 9:00am till 1:30pm. This includes entries in the following classes: Class 9. All perishable entries will be accepted on Saturday, July 24th from 9am tiil 1:30 pm. This includes entries in the following classes: Class 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, & 8. Special prizes are offered each chapter to encourage the entry of quality exhibits. Prizes will be offered according to quality points. The chapter winning the most quality points will take first prize. One quality point shall be awarded for each 1st Place received. Premium checks void after sixty (60) days. Field Crops 1st $60.00 2nd $40.00 3rd $20.00

Garden Crops 1st $60.00 2nd $40.00 3rd $20.00

CLASS 1 - ROW CROPS AWARDS: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $3.00 Lot 1 - Stalk Corn (2 stalks) Lot 2 - Soybeans (1 quart) Lot 3 - Shelled Corn (1 quart) Lot 4 - Corn Silage (1 gallon) Lot 5 – Haylage (1 gallon)

F.F.A Shop 1st $100.00 2nd $75.00 3rd $50.00

CLASS 4 - GARDEN CROPS AWARDS: 1st - $4.00; 2nd - $3.50; 3rd - $2.00 Lot 1 – Beans, Green (Bunch) (10) Lot 2 – Beans, Green (Pole) (10) Lot 3 - Beets (3) Lot 4 - Cabbage (Best head) Lot 5 - Cantaloupe (1) Lot 6 - Carrots (4) Lot 7 - Corn, Sweet (3) Lot 8 - Cucumbers (3) Lot 9 - Eggplant (1) Lot 10 - Gourd (1) Lot 11 - Okra (5) Lot 12 - Onions (Red) (3) Lot 13 - Onions (White) (3) Lot 14 - Onions (Yellow) (3) Lot 15 – Pepper, Banana (3) Lot 16 - Pepper (Bell) (3) Lot 17 - Pepper (Hot) (3) Lot 18 –Potatoes, Irish Cobblers (5) Lot 19 – Potatoes, Kennebec (5) Lot 20 – Potatoes, Red Bliss (Triumph) (5) Lot 21 – Potatoes, Yukon Gold (5) Lot 22 - Pumpkin (Plain) (1) Lot 23 - Pumpkin (Sugar) (1) Lot 24 - Squash, Butternut (1) Lot 25 - Squash, Cushaw (1) Lot 26 - Squash, Yellow (1) Lot 27 - Squash, Zucchini (1) Lot 28 - Squash, Any other (1) Lot 29 - Sunflower - Largest (1) Lot 30 –Sweet Potatoes, White (5) Lot 31 – Sweet Potatoes, Yellow (5) Lot 32 - Tomatoes (Fancy Red) (10) Lot 33 - Tomatoes (Fancy Yellow) (10) Lot 34 - Tomatoes (Red) (3) Lot 35 - Tomatoes (Yellow) (3) Lot 36 – Tomatoes (Specialty) (3) Lot 37 - Watermelon (1) Lot 38 - Watermelon (Ice Box) (1) Lot 39 - Best of Show (Rosette and $25.00)


Page 14 • GREENE COUNTY FAIR • July 2021 CLASS 5 - LANDSCAPING PLANTS AWARDS: 1st - $7.00; 2nd - $5.00; 3rd - $3.00 Hanging Baskets Lot 101 - Fern, Boston Lot 102 - Fern, Other Lot 103 - Flowering Lot 104 - Foliage Lot 105 - Spider Plant Lot 106 - Wandering Jew Lot 107 - Any Other Indoor Plants Lot 201 - Succulent Lot 202 - Dish Garden (mix of indoor house plants) Lot 203 - Ivy Lot 204 - Large Foliage Houseplant (3' or taller) Lot 205 - Pothos Lot 206 - Small Foliage Houseplant (under 3') Lot 207 - Any Other Annuals & Perennials Lot 301 - Large flowering Annual (10" pot or larger) Lot 302 - Small Flowering Annual Lot 303 - Geranium Lot 304 - Coleus Lot 305 - Petunia Lot 306 - Perennial Lot 307 - Mixed container (annuals or perennials) Lot 308 - Evergreen Shrub Lot 309 - Deciduous Shrub Lot 310 - Containerized Tree Lot 311 - Any Other CLASS 6 - SPECIALTY FARM PRODUCTS AWARDS: 1st - $6.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $2.00 Lot 1 - White Eggs Lot 2 - Brown Eggs CLASS 7 - SMALL SHOP PROJECTS AWARDS: 1st - $7.00; 2nd - $5.00; 3rd - $3.00 * This class is limited to 5 entries per school; Larger items may be displayed outside the Expo Building at the Fair’s discretion. Lot 1 - Butt Weld Lot 2 - Filet Weld Lot 3 - Mig Weld Lot 4 - Medium Metal Project Lot 5 - Bird House Lot 6 - Small Wood Project Lot 7 - Stool (Metal or Wood) Lot 8 - Hitch Pin Lot 9 - Rope Halter Lot 10 - Most Original Lot 11 - Small Metal Project Lot 12 - Steel Post Driver Lot 13 - Saw Horses Lot 14 - Shop Stand Lot 15 - Book Shelves

www.greenecountyfair.com Lot 16 - Medium Wood Project Lot 17 - Plumbing Exercise CLASS 8- LARGE PROJECTS AWARDS: 1st-$25.00; 2nd-$21.00; 3rd-$19.00; 4th-$10.00 *This class is limited to 5 entries per school per Lot; Lot 1 - Best Labor Saving Device Lot 2 - Farm Trailers (Large) Lot 3 - Farm Trailers (Small) Lot 4 - Water Trough Lot 5 - Feed Trough (Small) Lot 6 - Feed Trough (Large) Lot 7 - Head Gates Lot 8 - Front End Bale Spear Lot 9 - Lawn Furniture Lot 10 - Hay Rack Lot 11 - Metal Gates (Large) Lot 12 - Metal Gates (Small) Lot 13 - Most Original Welding Project Lot 14 - Salt & Mineral Feeder Lot 15 - Three Point Tractor Equipment Lot 16 - Tractor Carryall Lot 17 - Tractor Boom Poles Lot 18 - Tractor Equipment Lot 19 - Water Trough (large) Lot 20 - Utility Trailers Lot 21 - Field Equipment Lot 22 - Grader Blade Lot 23 - Large Metal Project Lot 24 - Fork Type Bale Loader Lot 25 - Specialty Trailer or Float Lot 26 - Electrical Project Lot 27 - Large Wood Project Lot 28 - Potato Plow or Tiller Lot 29 - Small Utility Trailer Lot 30 - Welding Tables Lot 31 - Farm Equipment Lot 32 - Spear Loader (Rear) Lot 33 - Shop Equipment Lot 34 - Picnic Table Lot 35 - Horticulture Equipment

Department K Horticulture, Field Crops and Seeds Chairperson – Holly Lamons All entries in this department will be accepted on Saturday, July 24th from 9:00am till 1:30pm. All entries must have been produced by the exhibitor entering them during the current year. Deteriorated exhibits will be removed from display daily. All premium checks void after sixty (60) days.

CLASS 1 - Corn AWARDS: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $1.50 All entries in this class must be produced from certified or hybrid seed during the current year. Lot 1 - White Corn, 5 ears Lot 2 - Yellow Corn, 5 ears Lot 3 - 3 stalks Yellow Corn Lot 4 - 3 stalks White Corn CLASS 2 - Small Grain AWARDS: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $1.50 All entries to be shown in half gallon lots. Containers to be furnished by the Fair. Lot 1 - Wheat Lot 2 - Rye CLASS 3 - Hay AWARDS: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $1.50 Entries must be shown in approximately one-fourth bale. Lot 1 - Alfalfa Lot 2 - Lespedeza Lot 3 - Oat Lot 4 - Mixed Grass & Clover Lot 5 - Timothy Grass Lot 6 - Orchard Grass Lot 7 - Broom Corn, 3 stalks Lot 8 - Other Legume Hay CLASS 4 - Tobacco AWARDS: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $1.50 Entries will consist of any variety. Cured exhibits may be from tobacco grown in the current or previous year. Entries in Lots 1, 2, and 3 will consist of one (1) stick having three (3) stalks. Judged on size, quality, and soundness. Lot 1 - Cured Lot 2 - Partially cured Lot 3 - Green CLASS 5 - Miscellaneous AWARDS: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $1.50 Lot 1 - Eggs, White (4) Lot 2 - Eggs, Brown (4) Lot 3 - Eggs, other color (4) Lot 4 - Sunflower Lot 5 - Largest Sunflower Class 6 - Fruits AWARDS: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $1.00 Lot 1 - Apples (1) Lot 2 - Apricot Plums (1) Lot 3 - Blackberries (Tame) (5) Lot 4 - Blueberries (5) Lot 5 - Grapes (1 bunches) Lot 6 - Peaches (1) Lot 7 - Pears (1) Lot 8 - Plums (1) Lot 9 - Raspberries (5)


www.greenecountyfair.com Lot 10 - Plum Granny (1) CLASS 7 - Vegetables AWARDS: 1st - $4.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $2.00 Lot 1 - Beans, Bunch Green (5) Lot 2 - Beans, Greasy Back (5) Lot 3 - Beans, Shelly or Horticulture (5) Lot 4 - Beans, Small Lima (5) Lot 5 - Beans, Large Lima (5) Lot 6 - Beans, Pole (5) Lot 7 - Beets (1) Lot 8 - Cabbage (1) Lot 9 - Cabbage, Red (1) Lot 10 - Cantaloupe (1) Lot 11 - Carrots (1) Lot 12 - Corn, Sweet White (1 shucked) Lot 13 - Corn, Sweet Yellow (1 shucked) Lot 14 - Corn, Bi-Color (1 shucked) Lot 15 - Cucumbers, Green (1) Lot 16 - Egg Plant (1) Lot 17 - Garlic (1 pod) Lot 18 - Honeydew Melon (1) Lot 19 - Kohl-Robi (1) Lot 20 - Muskmelon (1) Lot 21 - Okra, Green (5) Lot 22 - Okra, Red (5) Lot 23 - Onions, Red (1) Lot 24 - Onions, White (1) Lot 25 - Onions, winter (1) Lot 26 - Onions, Yellow (1) Lot 27 - Peas, Black-eye (5) Lot 28 - Peas, Crowder (5) Lot 29 - Pepper, Hot Green (1) Lot 30 - Pepper, Hot Red (1) Lot 31 - Pepper, Hot Yellow (1) Lot 32 - Pepper, Red Pimento (1) Lot 33 - Pepper, Sweet Banana (1) Lot 34 - Pepper, Sweet Green (1) Lot 35 - Pepper, Sweet Red (1) Lot 36 - Pepper, Sweet Yellow (1) Lot 37 - Potatoes, Irish Red, Triumph (1) Lot 38 - Potatoes, Irish Cobbler (1) Lot 39 - Potatoes, Kennebec (1) Lot 40 - Potatoes, Sweet Red (1) Lot 41 - Potatoes, Sweet White (1) Lot 42 - Potatoes, Sweet Yellow (1) Lot 43 - Pumpkin, Field (1) Lot 44 - Pumpkin, Sugar (1) Lot 45 - Pumpkin, Largest (1) Lot 46 - Pumpkin, Miniature (1) Lot 47 - Squash, Acorn (1) Lot 48 - Squash, Banana (1) Lot 49 - Squash, Butternut (1) Lot 50 - Squash, Crook Neck (1) Lot 51 - Squash, Hubbard (1) Lot 52 - Squash, Patty Pan (1) Lot 53 - Squash, Spaghetti (1)

GREENE COUNTY FAIR • July 2021 • Page 15 container. Honey with a moisture content greater than 18.6% will be disqualified. Candles made of beeswax should be a minimum length of 4 inches. Other beeswax articles must weight one pound or more. All honey and beeswax must have been produced and packed by the exhibitor during the current fair year. An observation hive must have standard frames, a marked queen, and must be well ventilated. and must be well ventilated. All premium checks void after sixty (60) days.

Lot 54 - Squash, Summer Yellow (1) Lot 55 - Squash, Cushaw (1) Lot 56 - Squash, Zucchini (1) Lot 57 - Tomatoes, Cherry Type (5) Lot 58 - Tomatoes, Pear Shaped (5) Lot 59 - Tomatoes, Red (1) Lot 60 - Tomatoes, Yellow (1) Lot 61 - Tomatoes, Grape Tomatoes (5) Lot 62 - Tomatoes, Roma (1) Lot 63 - Tomatoes, any other color (1) Lot 64 - Watermelon (1) Lot 65 -Watermelon, Icebox (1) Lot 66 - Best Display Vegetable in basket only (1)

CLASS 1 - Extracted Honey AWARDS: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $3.00 Lot 1 - White Lot 2 - Extra Light Amber Lot 3 - Light Amber Lot 4 - Amber Lot 5 - Dark Amber Lot 6 - Dark

CLASS 8 - Novelty Vegetables AWARDS: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 Lot 1 - Long Handled Gourd (1) Lot 2 - Largest Gourd (1) Lot 3 - Ornamental Gourds (1) Lot 4 - Gourd Basket (1) Lot 5 - Indian Corn (3) Lot 6 - New or Unusual Vegetable (1) Lot 7 - Costumed in likeness of shape (1)

CLASS 2 - Comb Honey AWARDS: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $3.00 Lot 1 - White Lot 2 - Extra Light Amber Lot 3 - Light Amber Lot 4 - Amber Lot 5 - Dark Amber Lot 6 - Dark

Department M Honey & Molasses (Sorghum) Show Chairperson - Tim Hayes All entries in this department will be accepted on Saturday, July 24th from 9:00am till 1:30pm. Extracted honey is to be exhibited in a classic or queen line one pound glass jar (unlabeled) Comb honey is to be exhibited in a wide mouth pint canning jar (unlabeled). Frames of honey must be in a sanitary (leak proof), bee-proof

Characteristics

Extracted Honey

Color (correct class) Dirt Lint Jar Lid Foam Air Bubbles Fill Level Granulation General Moisture Cut of Comb Cappings Comb Drawn & Filled Creativity Aroma & Texture Uniformity Shrink

10 15 10 5 10 5 5 10 10 20

CLASS 3 - Frame Honey AWARDS: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $3.00 Lot 1 - Shallow Frame of Light Honey Lot 2 - Shallow Frame of Dark Honey Lot 3 - Medium Frame of Light Honey Lot 4 - Medium Frame of Dark Honey Lot 5 - Deep Frame of Light Honey Lot 6 - Deep Frame of Dark Honey

Comb honey

Frame Honey

Beeswax Molds

Beeswax Candles

10 15 10 5 10 5 5

20 20

20 20 10

20 30

Honey Official Score Card In order to promote interest in all honey classes (Dept. M Classes 1 - 6) a special rosette will be offered to the exhibitor who accumulates the most points ($=points) in the honey show. There will be a first, second and third place for the rosette of $50.00, $30.00 and $20.00.

10 10 20 10 50 20 10 10 10

10 20 20


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Department N Canning

CLASS 4 - Beeswax AWARDS: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $3.00 Lot 1 - Candles Lot 2 - Molds Lot 3 - Homemade Beeswax Products CLASS 5 – Observation Hive of Bees AWARDS: 1st - $10.00; 2nd - $7.00; 3rd- $5.00 Lot 1 - Observation Hive of Bees CLASS 6 - Molasses AWARDS: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $3.00 Lot 1 - Light Lot 2 - Dark

Departments N, O, P, & Q All articles for exhibition in these departments must be strictly homemade and the handiwork of the exhibitor. No soiled articles will be accepted for exhibits. No premium will be paid on articles for competition which have been shown at previous Greene County Fairs. Each exhibitor must use only one name when entering exhibits in different classes and lots.

Chairpersons – Darlene Moore All entries in this department will be accepted on Saturday, July 17th from 9:00am till 1:30pm. 1) Classes 1, 2, 6, 7, 8, 9, & 10 submitted in standard “mason” canning jars (quarts, pints, half-pints, or quarter pint sizes). 2) Classes 3, 4, & 5 exhibited in standard “mason” canning jars (pints or 1/2 pint sizes). 3) All jars must be sealed. 4) Rings must be left on the jar. 5) All entries must have been produced since the previous Fair. 6) All entries must conform to USDA or Ball/Kerr Blue Book Guidelines. 7) No “hot” jars accepted for judging. 8) Jars may not have “decorations” (i.e. Fabric) or any labeling other than name of product in jar (please place this label on the bottom of the jar). 9) No colored jars or “Wal-Mart” jars accepted. 10) No zinc lids accepted. All premium checks void after sixty (60) days.

SCORE CARD FOR CANNED PRODUCTS Product color, quality, & uniformity of pieces–60 Liquid and pack clarity – 30 General appearance of exhibit and appearance of jar – 10 TOTAL – 100 SCORE CARD FOR JAM & JELLY Appearance – natural color of fruit, clear sparkling, transparent, free from sediment & cloudiness – 50 Consistency – Firm enough to hold shape yet tender and quivery – 40, Containers – 10 TOTAL – 100 All Classes AWARDS: 1st - $4.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $2.00 CLASS 1 – Fresh Fruits Lot 1 - Apples Lot 2 - Applesauce (no spices) Lot 3 - Blueberries, Raspberries, Boysenberry or Blackberries Lot 4 - Grapes Lot 5 - Peaches Lot 6 - Pears Lot 7 - Any Other CLASS 2 – Vegetables Lot 1 - Beans, green

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Lot 2 - Beets Lot 3 - Corn Lot 4 - Pepper, hot or sweet, any color Lot 5 - Soup Mixture Lot 6 - Tomatoes Lot 7 - Carrots Lot 8 - Any Other CLASS 3 – Jams & Preserves Jam - A thick, cooked mixture of fruit, sugar and pectin, usually containing pieces of fruit. Preserves - A thick cooked mixture of whole or cut up fruit, sugar and pectin, usually containing pieces of fruit and it’s seeds. (ie. Strawberry or blueberry) Marmalade - A Jellied fruit preserve that contains pieces of rind (usually citrus fruit) Lot 1 - Boysenberry, Blackberry, Blueberry or Raspberry Lot 2 - Cherry Lot 3 - Grape Lot 4 - Marmalade Lot 5 - Peach Lot 6 - Strawberry Lot 7 - Any Other CLASS 4 – Butters - A thick, dark preserve made by slowly cooking fruit, sugar, spices and cider together Lot 1 - Apple Butter Lot 2 - Any Other CLASS 5 - Jellies - A clear, cooked mixture of fruit juice, sugar and usually pectin. Lot 1 - Apple Lot 2 - Boysenberry, Blackberry or Raspberry Lot 3 - Fruit Mixture Lot 4 - Grape Lot 5 - Any other Jelly CLASS 6 – Spreads Lot 1 - Savory Lot 2 - Sweet Lot 3 - Maple Syrup - home-tapped CLASS 7 – Pickles & Relish Lot 1 - Beet Pickles or Relish Lot 2 - Chili Sauce Lot 3 - Chow-Chow Lot 4 - Corn Relish Lot 5 - Cucumber Pickles, sweet (Bread & Butter Pickles) Lot 6 - Cucumber Pickles, sweet (other) Lot 7 - Dill Beans Lot 8 - Dill Pickle Lot 9 - Green Tomato Relish Lot 10 - Mixed Other Pickles Lot 11 - Okra Lot 12 - Other Pickles Lot 13 - Other Relish Lot 14 - Peppers

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Lot 15 - Pepper Relish Lot 16 - Sauerkraut Lot 17 - Squash Pickles or Relish Lot 18 - Sweet Pickle Relish Lot 19 - Any Other CLASS 8 – Sauces Lot 1 - Pizza or Spaghetti Sauce, Meatless (pressure processed) Lot 2 - Salsa Lot 3 - Any Other CLASS 9 – Canned & Dried Meats Lot 1 - Beef Lot 2 - Pork Lot 3 - Wild Meat Lot 4 - Lard CLASS 10 – Juices Lot 1 - Apple Lot 2 - Grape Lot 3 - Tomato Lot 4 - Any Other CLASS 11 - Best of Show! AWARDS: Rosette CLASS 12 - Participation Award: Awards: 1st-$30.00; 2nd-$20.00; 3rd-$10.00 Canning - 1 point for each item entered. 3 points for each blue ribbon 2 points for each red ribbon 1 point for each white ribbon 15 points for Best of Show

Department O Pastries Chairperson - Elizabeth Mullins Pastries may ONLY be entered on Saturday, July 24th from 9:00am - 1:30pm. Recipe on 3 x 5 or 4 x 6 card, typed or legibly handwritten, MUST accompany each entry, in bag. All entries must be on white plate and in a zip-top bag. Entries without recipe or not on a white plate and in zip-top bag WILL NOT be judged. Pies must be in aluminum pie plate. The person in whose name it is entered must make products in 2019. All entries should be made from scratch. All entries, except for 1 slice, which do not receive a prize, may be removed from the department on Monday, July 24th from 10am until 1pm.

All premium checks void after sixty (60) days.

CLASS 1 - Cakes AWARDS: 1st - $15.00; 2nd - $12.00; 3rd - $10.00 Lot 1 - Cheesecake Lot 2 - Chocolate Lot 3 - Pineapple Upside Down Lot 4 - Pound Lot 5 - Spice, carrot or similar type Lot 6 - Any Other Not Mentioned CLASS 2 - Pies AWARDS: 1st - $10.00; 2nd - $8.00; 3rd - $6.00 Lot 1 - Chocolate Lot 2 - Custard (Coconut, Chess, Buttermilk, Vinegar, etc) Lot 3 - Fried Pies, any kind (3) Lot 4 - Fruit, any kind Lot 5 - Refrigerator Lot 6 - Any other not mentioned CLASS 3 - Cookies - (Plate of Five) AWARDS: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $3.00 Lot 1 - Drop Lot 2 - Sugar Lot 3 - Brownies Lot 4 - Cup Cakes Lot 5 - Chocolate Chip Lot 6 - Oatmeal Lot 7 - Peanut Butter Lot 8 - Any Other CLASS 4 - Candy - (Plate of Five) AWARDS: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $3.00 Lot 1 - Chocolate Fudge Lot 2 - Coconut Fudge Lot 3 - Peanut Butter Fudge Lot 4 - Any other Fudge Lot 5 - Dipped Candies Lot 6 - Any other CLASS 5 - Breads AWARDS: 1st - $8.00; 2nd - $6.00; 3rd - $4.00 Lot 1 - Yeast Bread, Loaf Lot 2 - Sourdough Bread, Loaf Lot 3 - Yeast Rolls (5) Lot 4 - Biscuits, plain (5) Lot 5 - Biscuits, other (5) Lot 6 - Cornbread, Corn Muffins, or Cornsticks, plain (5) Lot 7 - Blueberry Muffins (5) Lot 8 - Banana Bread, Loaf Lot 9 - Zucchini Bread, Loaf Lot 10 - Pumpkin Bread, Loaf Lot 11 - Any Other

CLASS 6 - Sugar Free - (Sweetened with artificial sweeteners) AWARDS: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $3.00 Lot 1 - Cake Lot 2 - Pie


Page 18 • GREENE COUNTY FAIR • July 2021 Lot 3 - Cookie Lot 4 - Candy Lot 5 - Bread, quick, any kind CLASS 7 - Gluten Free AWARDS: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $3.00 Lot 1 - Cake Lot 2 - Pie Lot 3 - Cookie Lot 4 - Candy Lot 5 - Bread, quick, any kind CLASS 8 Best of Show - Classes 1-7 AWARDS: Rosette Following are the Rules and Regulations for Classes 9 & 10: Exhibitor CANNOT be a 4H Club member (see Department C - Class 7 if you are a 4H member). CLASS 9 Grades 1st - 6th AWARDS: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $3.00 Lot 1 - Cake Lot 2 - Pie Lot 3 - Cookie Lot 4 - Candy Lot 5 - Bread, quick, any kind CLASS 10 Grades 7th - 12th AWARDS: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $3.00 Lot 1 - Cake Lot 2 - Pie Lot 3 - Cookie Lot 4 - Candy Lot 5 - Bread, quick, any kind CLASS 11 Best of Show - Classes 9-10 AWARDS: Rosette CLASS 12 - Decorated Cake - To be judged on appearance alone, May use styrofoam “Cake” base. AWARDS: 1st- $15.00; 2nd- $12.00; 3rd- $10.00 CLASS 13 - Most Creative Adult (to be judged from existing entries) AWARDS: 1st- $3.00; 2nd- $2.00; 3rd- $1.00 CLASS 14 - Most Creative Youth (to be judged from existing entries) AWARDS: 1st- $3.00; 2nd- $2.00; 3rd- $1.00 CLASS 15 - Participation Award: AWARDS: 1st - $30.00; 2nd - $20.00; 3rd - $10.00 5 points for each cake and bread 4 points for pies 2 points for cookies and candy 3 points for each Blue Ribbon 2 points for each Red Ribbon 1 point for each White Ribbon 15 points for Best of Show

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Lot 2 - Afghan, Knit Lot 3 - Sweater, Knit Lot 4 - Tablecloth, Crochet Lot 5 - Sweater, Crochet

Chairpersons - Joy Myers and Barbara Holt All entries in this department will be accepted on Saturday, July 17th from 9:00am till 1:30pm. All hand work articles must have been made since the 2019 Fair. All premium checks void after sixty (60) days. CLASS 1 - Quilting Bed Quilts AWARDS: 1st-$12.00; 2nd-$9.00; 3rd-$6.00 Lot 1 - Hand Pieced and Hand Quilted Lot 2 - Hand Pieced and Machine Quilted Lot 3 - Machine Pieced and Hand Quilted Lot 4 - Machine Pieced and Machine Quilted Lot 5 - Appliquéd, Machine Pieced and machine quilted (design is created entirely by appliqué and machine quilting) Lot 6 - Appliquéd, hand pieced and hand quilted (design is created entirely by appliqué and hand quilting.) Miscellaneous Quilts AWARDS: 1st-$9.00; 2nd-$7.00; 3rd-$5.00 Lot 101 - Miniature quilts, to scale (24” maximum), Doll Quilts (30” maximum) or Nursery Quilt Lot 102 - Wall Hanging (ready to hang), large over 48”), hand quilted Lot 103 - Wall Hanging (ready to hang), large (over 48”), machine quilted Lot 104 - Wall Hanging (ready to hang), small (under 48”), hand quilted Lot 105 - Wall Hanging (ready to hang), small (under 48”), machine quilted Lot 106 - Lap Quilt Lot 107 - Youth Quilt, made by youth less than 14 years of age Lot 108 - Art Quilt Lot 109 - Any other Quilted Articles AWARDS: 1st-$8.00; 2nd-$6.00; 3rd-$4.00 Lot 201 - Wearable Jacket or Vest Lot 202 - Holiday Items, Stockings, ornaments (2), Tree Skirt or wall hanging Lot 203 - Any Other CLASS 2 Best of Show (Bed Quilt) AWARDS: Rosett

CLASS 5 - Medium Items AWARDS: 1st-$6.00; 2nd-$4.00; 3rd-$2.00 Lot 1 - Baby Afghan or bedspread, crochet Lot 2 - Baby Afghan or bedspread, knit Lot 3 - Doilies or Table Runner over 16”, knit Lot 4 - Doilies of Table Runner under 16”, knit Lot 5 - Doilies or Table Runner over 16”, crochet Lot 6 - Doilies of Table Runner under 16”, crochet Lot 7 - Infant sweater set, crochet Lot 8 - Infant Sweater set, knit Lot 9 - Sweater, Crochet Lot 10 - Sweater, knit CLASS 6 - Small Items AWARDS: 1st-$6.00; 2nd-$5.00; 3rd-$3.00 Lot 1 - Cap or hat, crochet Lot 2 - Cap or Hat, Knit Lot 3 - Cross Stitch, Other Lot 4 - Cross Stitch Pictures Lot 5 - Doll Clothes Lot 6 - Handbag, handmade Lot 7 - Machine Embroidery Lot 8 - Other Lot 9 - Other, crochet Lot 10 - Other, Knit Lot 11 - Pillow Embroidery Lot 12 - Pillow, Counted Cross Stitch Lot 13 - Pillow, Crochet Lot 14 - Pillow, Other Lot 15 - Pillow, Pieced Lot 16 - Placemats (4), crochet Lot 17 - Pot Holders (2), crochet Lot 18 - Scarf, Crochet Lot 19 - Scarf, Knit Lot 20 - Shawl, Crochet Lot 21 - Shawl, Knit Lot 22 - Stuffed Toy Lot 23 - Vest, Crochet Lot 24 - Vest, Knit Lot 25 - Crochet Rug CLASS 7 - Golden Treasures Entrants in this class must be 70 years of age or older. Articles must have been made since the 2018 Fair.

CLASS 3 Best of Show (any other quilted item) AWARDS: Rosette

Quilt AWARDS: 1st-$10.00; 2nd-$8.00; 3rd-$6.00 Lot 1 - Quilt

CLASS 4 - Large Items AWARDS: 1st-$10.00; 2nd-$8.00; 3rd-$6.00 Lot 1 - Afghan, Crochet

All Others AWARDS: 1st-$6.00; 2nd-$5.00; 3rd-$4.00 Lot 2 - Afghan, crochet


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Lot 3 - Crochet over 16” Lot 4 - Crochet less than 16” Lot 5 - Pillows, Cross Stitched Lot 6 - Other CLASS 8 - Children’s Clothing 1st Lot 1 - Child’s Dress $4.00 Lot 2 - Christening Gown$7.00 Lot 3 - Other $5.00 CLASS 9 - Adult Clothing 1st Lot 1 - Ladies’ Dress $7.00 Lot 2 - Ladies’ Jumper $7.00 $5.00 Lot 3 - Vest - Fancy Lot 4 - Vest - Plain $5.00 Lot 5 - Other $4.00

Lot 2 - Kitchen Towels Embroidered (2) Lot 3 - Towels, Stenciled Lot 4 - Kitchen Towels Cross Stitched Lot 5 - Kitchen Towels Crochet (2)

2nd $3.00 $5.00 $4.00 2nd $5.00 $5.00 $3.00 $3.00 $3.00

CLASS 10 - Sweatshirts AWARDS: 1st-$4.00; 2nd-$3.00; 3rd-$2.00 Lot 1 - Painted Lot 2 - Stenciled Lot 3 - Cross Stitch Lot 4 - Appliquéd Lot 5 - Sequin Lot 6 - Jackets CLASS 11 - Tee Shirts AWARDS: 1st-$4.00; 2nd-$3.00; 3rd-$2.00 Lot 1 - Painted Lot 2 - Stenciled Lot 3 - Cross Stitched Lot 4 - Appliquéd CLASS 12 - Other AWARDS: 1st-$4.00; 2nd-$3.00; 3rd-$2.00 Lot 1 - Painted Clothing - Other Lot 2 - Handkerchiefs with Edging Lot 3 - Ties Lot 4 - Bridal Accessory CLASS 13 - Table Linens AWARDS: 1st-$5.00; 2nd-$3.00; 3rd-$2.00 Lot 1 - Table Cloth Lot 2 - Place Mats & Napkins(2 Each) Lot 3 - Pot Holders set of 2 CLASS 14 - Bed Linen AWARDS: 1st-$3.00; 2nd-$2.00; 3rd-$1.00 Lot 1 - Pillow Case Set (Hemstitched) Lot 2 - Pillow Case Set (Embroidered) Lot 3 - Pillow Case Set (With Edging) Lot 4 - Pillow Case Set (Appliquéd) CLASS 15 - Towels AWARDS: 1st-$3.00; 2nd-$2.00; 3rd-$1.00 Lot 1 - Guest Towels Embroidered (2)

3rd $2.00 $3.00 $2.00 3rd $3.00 $3.00 $2.00 $2.00 $2.00

BEST OF CLASSES 4-15 Rosette

Department R Adult Crafts Chairpersons - Rick Tipton, Rebecca Tipton All entries in this department will be accepted on Saturday, July 17th from 9:00am till 1:30pm. Must be 18 years or older to enter ‘Adult Crafts’ exhibits. 1) Must be 18 years or older to enter ‘Adult Crafts’ exhibits. 2) Exhibits must have been made since the 2019 Fair. 3) Class 5 exhibits must be framed and ready to hang. All premium checks void after sixty (60) days. CLASS 1 - Metal & Wood Working AWARDS:1st-$5.00; 2nd-$3.00; 3rd-$2.00 Lot 1 - Metal Article Lot 2 - Woodburning Lot 3 - Scrollsaw Lot 4 - Wooden Artticle - Large Lot 5 -Wooden Article - Small CLASS 2 - Wood Carvings - Beginners AWARDS:1st-$5.00; 2nd-$3.00; 3rd-$2.00 Lot 1 - Animals Lot 2 - Aquatic Lot 3 - Birds Lot 4 - Caricatures Lot 5 - Human Figures Lot 6 - Miniatures Lot 7 - Prehistoric & Mythical Lot 8 - Ornaments (hanging woodcarvings) Lot 9 - Relief Carvings Lot 10 - Realistic Lot 11 - Santas Lot 12 - Walking Sticks Lot 13 - Water Fowl Lot 14 - Wood Spirits CLASS 3 - Wood Carvings - Intermediate AWARDS:1st-$5.00; 2nd-$3.00; 3rd-$2.00 Lot 1 - Animals Lot 2 - Aquatic Lot 3 - Birds Lot 4 - Caricatures Lot 5 - Human Figures Lot 6 - Miniatures Lot 7 - Prehistoric & Mythical Lot 8 - Ornaments (hanging woodcarvings)

Lot 9 - Relief Carvings Lot 10 - Realistic Lot 11 - Santas Lot 12 - Walking Sticks Lot 13 - Water Fowl Lot 14 - Wood Spirits CLASS 4 – Wood Carving - Advanced AWARDS:1st-$5.00; 2nd-$3.00; 3rd-$2.00 Lot 1 - Animals Lot 2 - Aquatic Lot 3 - Birds Lot 4 - Caricatures Lot 5 - Human Figures Lot 6 - Miniatures Lot 7 - Prehistoric & Mythical Lot 8 - Ornaments (hanging woodcarvings) Lot 9 - Relief Carvings Lot 10 - Realistic Lot 11 - Santas Lot 12 - Walking Sticks Lot 13 - Water Fowl Lot 14 - Wood Spirits CLASS 5 - Pictures (framed & ready to hang) AWARDS: 1st-$9.00; 2nd-$7.00; 3rd-$5.00 Lot 1 - Counted Cross Stitch Lot 2 - Crochet Lot 3 - Needlepoint Lot 4 - Other CLASS 6 - Holiday Decorations AWARDS: 1st-$5.00; 2nd-3.00; 3rd-2.00 Lot 1 - Christmas Tree Skirt Lot 2 - Christmas Tree Ornaments (2) Lot 3 - Christmas Stocking Lot 4 - Christmas Wreath Lot 5 - Door Decoration Lot 6 - Favors (3) any holiday Lot 7 - Gift Package, any occasion Lot 8 - Miscellaneous Wreaths Lot 9 - Place Mats, any holiday Lot 10 - Table Centerpiece, any occasion Lot 11 - Wall Hanging Lot 12 - Other Lot 13 - Candle, decorated CLASS 7 – Folk Art AWARDS: 1st-$10.00; 2nd-$7.00; 3rd-$4.00 Lot 1 - Folk Art, Large Lot 2 - Folk Art, Small CLASS 8 – Wall Hangings AWARDS: 1st-$7.00; 2nd-$5.00; 3rd-$3.00 Lot 1 - Wall Hanging, large Lot 2 - Wall Hanging, small


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71st Annual Greene County Fair - Schedule of Events SATURDAY, July 17th 9:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. ...... Exhibit Entry -Non-Perishable Items

SATURDAY, July 24th 9:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. .............. Exhibit Entry -Perishable Items

MONDAY, July 26th Senior Citizens & Veterans Day -Age 60 & Over or Vets - $4.00 MEDIC -Free Admission with blood donation 1:00 p.m. ............................................. Open & Junior Dairy Show Southland Equipment Show Barn 4:00 p.m. ..................................................................Gates Open 5:00 p.m. .............................................................. Carnival Open 6:00 p.m. ...............................................Main Street Jam Group Andrew Johnson Bank Pavilion Stage 7:00 p.m. .................................................................Tractor Pulls Sponsored by: Greene County Kubota & Terry Law Firm Jim Saulsbury Motorsports Arena 7:00 p.m. ................................................................. Music Bingo Greeneville Federal Expo Stage 8:00 p.m. ........................................................Fairest of the Fair Tri-Am RV Main Stage 9:00 p.m. ............................................ East Tennessee DJ Trivia Greeneville Federal Expo Stage

TUESDAY, July 27th 1:00 p.m. .............................................................. Little Britches Southland Equipment Show Barn 1:30 p.m. .........................................Junior Dairy Showmanship Southland Equipment Show Barn 4:00 p.m. ..................................................................Gates Open 5:00 p.m. .............................................................. Carnival Open 6:00 p.m. ...............................................Main Street Jam Group Andrew Johnson Bank Pavilion Stage 6:00 p.m. ................................................................... Baby Show Classes 1-7 Only Greeneville Federal Expo Stage 7:00 p.m. ................................................... Tractor & Truck Pulls Sponsored by: Terry Law Firm & Greene County Kubota Jim Saulsbury Motorsports Arena 6:30 p.m. ............................................ Little Miss & Junior Miss Fairest of the Fair Tiny Wee Miss - Age 3 Wee Miss - Ages 4, 5, & 6 Tiny Miss - Ages 7, 8, & 9 Little Miss - Ages 10, 11, & 12 Junior Miss - Ages 13, 14, & 15 Tri-Am RV Main Stage 7:00 p.m. ........................................ Corn Bag Toss Tournament Sponsored by: Greeneville Federal Bank 9:00 p.m. .............................................................Whiskey Sticks Greeneville Federal Expo Stage 11:00 p.m................................................................ Gates Close

WEDNESDAY, July 28th 1:00 p.m. ...................................... Meat Goat and Sheep Show Southland Equipment Show Barn 4:00 p.m. ..................................................................Gates Open 5:00 p.m. .............................................................. Carnival Open 6:00 p.m. ...............................................Main Street Jam Group Andrew Johnson Bank Pavilion Stage 7:00 p.m. ........................................ School of Morton Wrestling Sponsored by: Southstate Contractors Tri-Am RV Main Stage 7:00 p.m. ........................................ Corn Bag Toss Tournament Sponsored by: Greeneville Federal Bank 7:00 p.m. ............................................. Crossroads Praise Band Greeneville Federal Expo Stage 8:00 p.m. ......................Rodeo - Southern Rough Stock Association Sponsored by: Davy Crockett TA Travel Center, IHOP, Papa Johns, Dunkin Express Jim Saulsbury Motorsports Arena 9:00 p.m. ............................................. Crossroads Praise Band Greeneville Federal Expo Stage 11:00 p.m. .............................................................. Gates Close

THURSDAY, July 29th 4:00 p.m. ..................................................................Gates Open 4:30 p.m. ..................................... FFA Public Speaking Contest Andrew Johnson Bank Pavilion Stage 5:00 p.m. .............................................................. Carnival Open 6:00 p.m. ...............................................Main Street Jam Group Andrew Johnson Bank Pavilion Stage 6:00 p.m. ................................................................... Baby Show Classes 8-14 Only Greeneville Federal Expo Stage 7:00 p.m. ...................................................Junior Chicken Show Southland Equipment Show Barn 7:00 p.m. ........................................ Corn Bag Toss Tournament Sponsored by: Greeneville Federal Bank 7:00 p.m. .........................................WIKQ Youth Talent Contest Sponsored By WIKQ Tri-Am RV Main Stage 7:00 p.m. .................................Demolition Derby - Powder Puff Sponsored by:Fisher Auto Parts Jim Saulsbury Motorsports Arena 9:00 p.m. .......................................................................Flying J’s Tri-Am RV Main Stage 9:00 p.m. .................................. Broke-N-Busted (County/Rock) Greeneville Federal Expo Stage 11:00 p.m. .............................................................. Gates Close

FRIDAY, July 30th 10:00 a.m. .......................................................Open Saler Show Southland Equipment Show Barn 1:00 p.m. .................................................. Open Limousin Show Southland Equipment Show Barn 3:00 p.m. ............................................... Open Simmental Show

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Southland Equipment Show Barn 4:00 p.m. ..................................................................Gates Open 5:00 p.m. ...................................................Open Hereford Show Southland Equipment Show Barn 5:00 p.m. .............................................................. Carnival Open 6:00 p.m. ...............................................Main Street Jam Group Andrew Johnson Bank Pavilion Stage 7:00 p.m. ................................ Demolition Derby - 4/6 Cylinder Sponsored by: Terry Law Firm Jim Saulsbury Motorsports Arena 7:00 p.m. ......................................................... Teeny Tiny Talent Greeneville Federal Expo Stage 7:00 p.m. ..................................................... Aaron Walker Band Tri-Am RV Main Stage 9:00 p.m. ..................................................... Aaron Walker Band Tri-Am RV Main Stage 9:00 p.m. .....................................Lonesome Piine (Blue Grass) Greeneville Federal Expo Stage 11:00 p.m. .............................................................. Gates Close

SATURDAY, July 31st 9:00 a.m. .............................................................Cow Buddies Southland Equipment Show Barn 9:30 a.m. ................................................... Beef Showmanship Southland Equipment Show Barn 10:00 a.m. ................ Junior & Commercial Beef Heifer Show Southland Equipment Show Barn 1:00 p.m. ................................................................Gates Open 1:00 p.m. ............................................................ Carnival Open 2:00 p.m. ...............................................Open Shorthorn Show Southland Equipment Show Barn 3:00 p.m. ................................................Open Charolais Show Southland Equipment Show Barn 5:00 p.m. ..................................................... Open Angus Show Southland Equipment Show Barn 5:00 p.m. ................................................................. Baby Show Classes 15-20 Only Greeneville Federal Expo Stage 6:00 p.m. .............................................Main Street Jam Group Andrew Johnson Bank Pavilion Stage 6:00 p.m. ..............................................Demolition Derby - V8, 4/6 Cyl Survivor Derby Sponsored by: Davy Crockett TA Travel Center, IHOP, Papa Johns, Dunkin Express Jim Saulsbury Motorsports Arena 7:00 p.m. ........................... Corn Bag Toss Tournament Finals Sponsored by: Greeneville Federal Bank 7:00 p.m. ............... Somewhat Petty: Tom Petty Tribute Band Tri-Am RV Main Stage 8:00 p.m. ....................................Ten Penny Drive(Blue Grass) Greeneville Federal Expo Stage 9:00 p.m. ................................ Fair Family Feud (Game Show) Tri-Am RV Main Stage 11:00 p.m. .............................................................. Gates Close


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www.greenecountyfair.com CLASS 9 – Miscellaneous AWARDS: 1st-$5.00; 2nd-$3.00; 3rd-$2.00 Lot 1 - Bead Craft Lot 2 - Ceramic Article, large Lot 3 - Ceramic Article, small Lot 4 - Yarn Article Lot 5 - Painted Porcelain Lot 6 - Dolls, stuffed Lot 7 - Dolls, dressed Lot 8 - Stuffed Animals Lot 9 - Stuffed Animals, dressed Lot 10 - Still Life Lot 11 - Miscellaneous, large Lot 12 - Miscellaneous, small Lot 13 - Door Stops Lot 14 - Book Covers Lot 15 - Plastic Canvas Lot 16 - Soap Lot 17 - Yard Art Lot 18 - Birdhouse Lot 19 - Sewing Boxes Lot 20 - Paper Items Lot 21 - Stained Glass Lot 22 - Small Gourd Lot 23 - Large Gourd CLASS 10 – Jewelry AWARDS: 1st-$5.00; 2nd-$3.00; 3rd-$2.00 Lot 1 - Handmade Earrings (2 pair) Lot 2 - Handmade Lapel Pins (2) Lot 3 - Hair Accessories Lot 4 - Belt Buckles Lot 5 - Rings Lot 6 - Necklaces Lot 7 - Bracelets Lot 8 - Broach or Pin Lot 9 - Other CLASS 11 – Baskets AWARDS: 1st-$7.00; 2nd-$5.00; 3rd-$3.00 Lot 1 - Appalachian Style (egg, melon,etc.) Lot 2 - Ash Lot 3 - Chair Weaving Lot 4 - Free-form Lot 5 - Holiday, Folk Art Lot 6 - Miniature Lot 7 - Nantucket Lot 8 - Natural Lot 9 - Reed Lot 10 - Shaker Lot 11 - Brooms Lot 12 - Goard Baskets Lot 13 - Any Other CLASS 12 Best of Show AWARDS: Rosette

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Department S Ornamental Horticulture Chairperson - Carla Reaves 1) Exhibitor expected to know into which class and lot each entry should be made. 2) Entries disqualified for not meeting specifications of lot description. 3) Exhibitor must grow all plants and cut or dried floral material. 4) No artificial flowers or foliage may be used in the show. 5) Picks, cards, and reference books will be available at entry desk. 6) Plants that have won three Blue Ribbons or “Best of Class” at the Greene County Fair should not be entered for judging. 7) Plants should be in clean, appropriate type and size container. 8) Plants should be groomed before entry. 9) Judging of exhibits shall conform to standards of the National Garden Club and American Rose Society. Judging based on the following point scale: Design 30; Scale 30; Color 30; Condition 20; Harmony 30; Distinction 10; Theme 10 for a total of 150 points. PARTICIPATION AWARD Each entry into Class 1 (Cut and Dried Floral Design) and Class 2 (Plant Material) will receive 5 points. Each entry into Class 3-14 (Roses) and Class 16 (Cut Annuals and Perennials) will receive 2 points. Each 1st Place will receive 3 points. Each 2nd Place will receive 2 points. Each 3rd Place will receive 1 point. Each “Best of Class” will receive 10 points. Entries deemed unworthy of judging will not receive points toward this award. Exhibitor with most points will receive $50. Second place in points will receive $30. Third place in points will receive $20. PLANTS AND FLORAL DESIGN These classes will be received on Saturday, July 24th from 9:00 a.m.- 1:30 p.m. and will be on display the entire week of the fair. CLASS 1 - Cut Floral Design AWARDS: 1st-$5.00; 2nd-$4.00; 3rd-$3.00 Lot 1 - Cut flower arrangement not to exceed 18” in height, length, or width Lot 2 - Cut flower arrangement greater than 18” in height, length, or width Lot 3 - Cut floral arrangement exhibited in 8-12 oz. mug, suitable for small table, hospital room, or other small space. Lot 4 - Wildflowers Lot 5 - All green (foliage only) Lot 6 - White flowers

Lot 7 - Zinnias Lot 8 - Sunflowers Lot 9 - Best of Show Lot 1 – Lot 8 (Rosette) CLASS 2 - Plant Material AWARDS: 1st-$5.00; 2nd-$4.00; 3rd-$3.00

ANNUALS IN CONTAINER Lot 101 - Begonia, any type Lot 102 – Caladium Lot 103 - Celosia Lot 104 - Coleus Lot 105 - Dahlia Lot 106 - Geranium, any color Lot 107 - Hibiscus Lot 108 - Impatiens, New Guinea, any color Lot 109 - Impatiens, standard, any color Lot 110 - Lantana Lot 111 - Marigold Lot 112 - Million Bells Lot 113 - Philodendron Lot 114 - Vinca Lot 115 - Zinnia Lot 116 - Any other not mentioned

COMBINATION CONTAINERS Lot 201 - Cactus and/or succulent container garden Lot 202 - Container garden with plants generally recognized as house plants Lot 203 - Container garden with plants generally recognized as annuals and/or perennials

HANGING BASKETS Lot 301 - Blooming Lot 302 - Chlorophytum (airplane or spider plant) Lot 303 - Fern, any other fern Lot 304 - Fern, asparagus types Lot 305 - Fern, Boston types Lot 306 - Foliage Lot 307 - Fuchsia Lot 308 - Ivy, English Lot 309 - Ivy, Plectranthus Lot 310 - Ivy, Green Swedish Lot 311 - Philodendron Lot 312 - Tradescantia, Bridal Veil Lot 313 - Tradescantia, Bolivian Jew Lot 314 - Tradescantia (other Wandering Jew varieties) Lot 315 - Any other hanging basket not mentioned

HOUSE PLANTS AFRICAN VIOLETS Lot 401 - African Violet, Any color Lot 402 - Any Other CACTUS & SUCCULENT Lot 501 - Crassula (Jade) Lot 502 - Sempervivums (Hen & Chicks) & Sedum


Page 24 • GREENE COUNTY FAIR • July 2021 Lot 503 - Cactus, Any other Lot 504 - Cactus, Christmas or Thanksgiving Lot 505 - Succulent FOLIAGE Lot 601 - Any plant generally recognized as a houseplant, with blooms Lot 602 - Any plant generally recognized as a houseplant, non-blooming Lot 603 - Any plant generally recognized as a seasonal plant Lot 604 - Ivy topiary Lot 605 - Ivy, English types Lot 606 - Fern, asparagus types Lot 607 - Fern, Boston types Lot 608 - Fern, other types Lot 609 - Any other foliage plant HERBS Lot 701 - One herb in one container Lot 702 - Herb Garden, Group, 3 or more in a suitable container Lot 703 - Any herb, standard or topiary Lot 704 - Group of herbs in containers, one plant per container, maximum 5, minimum 3. Lot will be judged with consideration given to uniqueness of containers as well as condition of plant material. MISCELLANEOUS Lot 801 - Orchid (Must be in bloom.) Lot 802 - Bromeliad Lot 803 - Fruited Lot 804 - Any Other Lot 805 - Best of Show Lot 101-804 (Rosette)

ROSES These classes will be received on Saturday, July 24th from 9:00 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. and will be on display until the end of the fair. CLASS 3 - Cycle of Bloom Challenge. AWARDS: 1st-$3.00; 2nd-$2.00; 3rd-$1.00 Lot 1 - Three Hybrid Tea or Grandiflora blooms of one variety. One at exhibition stage, one at full bloom, and one bud. CLASS 4 - Three Hybrid Tea or Grandiflora buds AWARDS: 1st-$3.00; 2nd-$2.00; 3rd-$1.00 Lot 1 - One or more varieties. CLASS 5 - Hybrid Tea or Grandiflora Bloom at exhibition stage. AWARDS: 1st-$3.00; 2nd-$2.00; 3rd-$1.00 Lot 1 - White or Near White Lot 2 - Yellow Lot 3 - Yellow Blend Lot 4 - Apricot Blend Lot 5 - Orange Lot 6 - Orange Blend Lot 7 - Orange -Red Lot 8 - Light Pink Lot 9 - Medium Pink Lot 10 - Deep Pink Lot 11 - Pink Blend Lot 12 - Medium Red Lot 13 - Dark Red Lot 14 - Red Blend Lot 15 - Mauve or Russet CLASS 6 - Floribunda AWARDS: 1st-$3.00; 2nd-$2.00; 3rd-$1.00 Single bloom at exhibition stage. Lot 1 - White

Lot 2 - Yellow Lot 3 - Orange Lot 4 - Pink Lot 5 - Red Lot 6 - Mauve or Russet Lot 7 - Apricot

CLASS 12 - Miniature, one stem showing a spray AWARDS: 1st-$3.00; 2nd-$2.00; 3rd-$1.00 Lot 1 - White to Yellow Lot 2 - Yellow to Apricot Blend Lot 3 - Orange or Orange Blend Lot 4 - Pink or Pink Blend Lot 5 - Red or Red Blend Lot 6 - Mauve

CLASS 8 - Full Blown, Hybrid Tea or Grandiflora AWARDS: 1st-$3.00; 2nd-$2.00; 3rd-$1.00 Lot 1 - Any color CLASS 9 - Polyantha, Shrub, or Old Garden Roses AWARDS: 1st-$3.00; 2nd-$2.00; 3rd-$1.00 Lot 1 - Any color

CLASS 11 - Miniature, one stem showing one bloom at exhibition stage

CLASS 13 - Miniature, Full Blown AWARDS: 1st-$3.00; 2nd-$2.00; 3rd-$1.00 Lot 1 - White, Yellow Lot 2 - Orange, Apricot Lot 3 - Red, Pink Lot 4 - Mauve, Russet CLASS 14 - Miniature Rose in container, any color AWARDS: 1st-$3.00; 2nd-$2.00; 3rd-$1.00 Lot 1 - Miniature Rose in container, any color CLASS 15 - Best of Show - (Rosette)

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CUT FLOWERS This class will be received on Saturday, July 24th from 9:00 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. and will be on display until the end of the fair. Entries will not be taken after 1:30 p.m. Allow yourself enough time. 1) The Fair will furnish all containers for cut annuals and perennials. 2) Exhibitors expected to know into which class and lot each entry should be made. 3) Entries disqualified for not meeting specifications of lot description. 4) Remove all foliage from stem that will be under water, except where noted. CLASS 16 - Cut Flowers, Annuals, Perennials & Flowering Shrubs AWARDS: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 Lot 101 - Althea or Rose of Sharon, Any Color Lot 102 - Amaranthus, 1 Stalk Lot 103 - Buddleia or Butterfly Bush, 1 Stem, White or Yellow Lot 104 - Buddleia or Butterfly Bush, 1 Stem, Blue or Purple Lot 105 - Buddleia or Butterfly Bush, 1 Stem, Pink or Red Lot 106 - Buddleia or Butterfly Bush, 1 Stem, Any Other Color Lot 107 - Celosia, 1 Stem, Any Color Lot 108 - Canna, Leaf and Bloom Spike, Any Color Lot 109 - Cleome or Spider Plant, 1 Stem, Any Color Lot 110 - Crepe Myrtle, 1 Stem, Pink Shades Lot 111 - Crepe Myrtle, 1 Stem, Red Lot 112 - Crepe Myrtle, 1 Stem, White Lot 113 - Crepe Myrtle, 1 Stem, Purple Shades Lot 114 - Crepe Myrtle, 1 Stem, Any Other Color Lot 115 - Cosmos, Any Color, 3 Stems Lot 201 - Dahlia, Large Bloom, 4” and up, 1 Stem, Any Color Lot 202 - Dahlia, Medium Bloom, 2.5” TO 4”, 1 Stem, Any Color Lot 203 - Dahlia, Small Bloom, Under 2.5”, Any Color Lot 204 - Shasta Daisy, 3 Stems Lot 205 - Daylily, any color, 1 Stem Lot 301 - Echinacea or Cone Flower, 3 Stems, Any Color Lot 302 - Foliage Suitable for Cut Arrangements Lot 303 - Gladiola, Any Color, 1 Stem Lot 304 - Gladiola, Pink to Red Shades, 1 Stem Lot 305 - Gladiola, White to Yellow Shades, 1 Stem Lot 306 - Garden Phlox, White, 1 Stem Lot 307 - Garden Phlox, Pink to Red, 1 Stem Lot 308 - Garden Phlox, Blue to Purple, 1 Stem Lot 309 - Garden Phlox, Any Other Color, 1 Stem Lot 310 - Grass, Ornamental, 1 Stem Lot 401 - Hydrangea, Any other color, 1 Stem Lot 402 - Hydrangea, White Shades, 1 Stem Lot 403 - Hydrangea, Pink Shades, 1 Stem Lot 404 - Hydrangea, Blue Shades, 1 Stem Lot 405 - Hollyhock, Any Color, 1 Stem Lot 406 - Hibiscus, Any Color, 1 Bloom Lot 407 - Hosta, 1 Leaf and Bloom Spike Lot 408 - Lavander, Any Color, 3 Stems Lot 409 - Lily, Any Other, 1 Stem, Any Color Lot 410 - Liriopie or Monkey Grass, 3 Stems, 1 Leaf All Marigolds Must Have One Set of Leaves and Stem Must Be 6” Long To

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Be Judged. Lot 500 - Marigold, Large Bloom, 4” and up Lot 501 - Marigold, Medium Large Bloom, 3-4” Lot 502 - Marigold, Medium Bloom, 2-3” Lot 503 - Marigold, Small Bloom 1-2” Lot 504 - Marigold, Miniature, up to 1”j Lot 505 - Mum, One Spray Lot 601 - Pervoskia or Russian Sage, 1 Stem Lot 602 - Petunia, 1 Stem, Red or Pink Shades Lot 603 - Petunia, 1 Stem, Blue or Purple Shades Lot 604 - Petunia, 1 Stem White to Yellow Shades Lot 605 - Petunia, 1 Stem, Any Other Color Lot 606 - Queen Anne’s Lace, 1 Stem Lot 700 - Rudbeckia, Black-Eyed Susan, 3 Stems, Any Color Lot 701 - Rudbeckia, Any Other, 3 Stems, Any Color Lot 702 - Salvia, Red, 3 Stems Lot 703 - Salvia, Blue, 3 Stems Lot 704 - Salvia, Any Other Color, 3 Stems Lot 705 - Sunflower, Under 4” Diameter Lot 706 - Sunflower, 4” - 8” Dia., Any Color 8” Dia. Max Lot 707 - Sunflower, 8” - 12” Dia, Any Color, 12” Dia. Max Lot 708 - Snapdragon, 1 Stem, Any Color Lot 709 - Sweet Pea, 3 Stems, Any Color Lot 710 - Tuberose, 1 Stem Lot 711 - Yarrow, Any Color, 1 Stem Lot 800 - Zinnia, 4” Bloom & up, Any Color, 1 Stem Lot 801 - Zinnia, 3 1/2” - 4” Bloom, Any Color, 1 Stem Lot 802 - Zinnia, 3” -3 1/2” Bloom, Any Color, 1 Stem Lot 803 - Zinnia, 2 1/2” - 3” Bloom, Any Color, 1 Stem Lot 804 - Zinnia, 2” - 2 1/2” Bloom, Any Color, 1 Stem Lot 805 - Zinnia 1 1/2” - 2” Bloom, Any Color, 1 Stem Lot 806 - Zinnia 1” - 1 1/2” Bloom, Any Color, 1 Stem Lot 807 - Zinnia Up to 1” Bloom, Any Color, 1 Stem

Department U Photography Chairpersons - Alton Bradley, Marjorie Bradley, Susanna Holt, Linda Sweat All entries in this department will be accepted on Saturday, July 17th from 9:00am till 1:30pm. 1) Anyone who derives 25% of their income from photography is considered professional and not eligible to enter exhibits. 2) If you enter the adult category, you may not enter the youth category. 3) No more than two prints may be entered in any one lot by one person. 4) Photography previously entered at the Greene County Fair is not eligible to re-enter. 5) Prints in Class 1 and Class 2 must be of sizes: 5” x 7” to 16” x 20” and mounted on mat board only! No frames accepted for judging. 6) Prints may be mounted on any color mounting board with the maximum size for photo work being 26” in any direction. 7) Skyscapes include sunsets, lightning, and clouds. 8) Landscapes may include buildings, bridges, nature, people or wildlife, which is recognizable as scenery. 9) Macro-Photography is extreme close-ups taken with macro, telephoto lenses, bellows or tubes. 10) Motion Photography is panning, blurring sports, racing, playing, peak of action and stop action. 11) Abstracts are special designs and effects.

Lot 901 - Berried Shrub, 1 Stem Lot 902 - Fruited Shrub, 1 Stem Lot 903 - Blooming Shrub, 1 Stem Lot 904 - Any Other Annual Lot 905 - Any Other Perennial Lot 906 - Any Other, Suitable for Drying Lot 907 - Any Other Wildflower Lot 908 - Group of 6 Lot 909 - Best of Show - (Rosette)

12) Architecture includes any man-made structure, buildings, bridges, and towers. 13) Plant world includes nuts, mushrooms, and flowers. 14) In Class 3, three related snapshots will be required for each category and must be of sizes (4 x 6). All three snapshots must be mounted on mat board or poster board for each category entered in Class 3. ALL EXHIBITS WILL BE HUNG WITH BINDER CLIPS AND PEG BOARD HOOKS (furnished by the Fair). No other hangers required. All premium checks void after sixty (60) days. CLASS 1 - Color Prints (5” x 7” to 16” x 20”) AWARDS: 1st - $8.00; 2nd - $6.00; 3rd - $4.00; Best of Show - $12.50 Lot 1 - People Lot 2 - Skyscapes


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Prints must measure 4” x 6” or 5” x 7” (your choice). Individual prints must be mounted on mat board or poster board with no more than 2” border on each side. Exhibitors can enter two prints per lot. No hangers required. These will be furnished by the Fair.

Lot 3 - Macro Photography Lot 4 - Landscape Lot 5 - Still Life Lot 6 - Animals Lot 7 - Motion Photography Lot 8 - Architecture Lot 9 - Open Lot 10 - ‘Best of Show” CLASS 2 - Black & White Toned Prints (5” x 7” to 16” x 20”) AWARDS: 1st - $8.00; 2nd - $6.00; 3rd - 4.00; Best of Show - $12.50 Lot 1 - People Lot 2 - Motion Photography Lot 3 -Abstract - Special Effects Lot 4 - Architecture Lot 5 - Landscape Lot 6 - Open Lot 7 -”Best of Show” CLASS 3 - Color Snapshots (4 x 6”) AWARDS: 1st - $8.00; 2nd - $6.00; 3rd -$4.00; Lot 1 - Animals & People Lot 2 - Plantworld or Landscape Following are the Rules and Regulations for Classes 4 & 5: Exhibitor CANNOT be a 4H Club member (see Department C Class 9 if you are a 4H member).

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Department V Fine Arts - Paintings and Drawings Chairpersons - Joy Rader-Nunnally, Malinda Holt, Simon Holt All entries in this department will be accepted on Saturday, July 17th

from 9:00am till 1:30pm. 1) All entries submitted should be originals by the exhibitor. Materials from art books and publicized photographs are not considered originals! 2) Anyone who derives 25% of their income from art is considered professional and not eligible to enter exhibits. 3) No more than two pieces of art work in any one lot for any one person. 4) ADULT artwork MUST be properly framed and wired for hanging or it will not be accepted. 5) A portrait is center-focused and is defined as head and shoulders focused above the waist in which the subject matter can be easily recognized. 6)Landscapes may include buildings, bridges, nature, people, or wildlife, which is recognizable. 7) Any artwork previously entered in the Greene county Fair, is not eligible to reenter. 8) Any media so-desired by the artist may be used for any category (Pastel, Acrylic, Charcoal, Water Color, Oil, Pen, and Ink may be used). 9) Each painting must be relatively flat, (4” or less) in thickness and no three dimensional art or not any larger than 36” x 48”. 10) Vehicles include cars, trucks, trains, motorcycles, tanks, and buses. 11) All children’s art on mat board or poster board will be hung with binder clips (furnished by the Fair). Children’s art may be backed with mat board, poster board, etc. No other hangers required.


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CLASS 1 - Senior Citizens (All media) AWARDS: 1st - $8.00; 2nd - $6.00; 3rd - $4.00 Lot 1 - Open CLASS 2 - Adult (All Media) AWARDS: 1st - $8.00; 2nd - $6.00; 3rd - $4.00 Lot 1 - Portrait Lot 2 - Landscapes Lot 3 - Seascapes Lot 4 - Still Life Lot 5 - Character Sketching Lot 6 - Wildlife and Domestic Lot 7 - Painting on Glass Lot 8 - Open CLASS 3 - High School Grades 9, 10, 11, 12 (All Media) AWARDS: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $2.00 Lot 1 - Portrait Lot 2 - Landscapes - Seascapes Lot 3 - Still Life Lot 4 - Wildlife and Domestic Lot 5 - Character Sketching Lot 6 - Open CLASS 4 - Jr. High Grades 6, 7, 8 (All Media) AWARDS: 1st - $4.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.50 Lot 1 - Character Sketching Lot 2 - Landscapes - Seascapes Lot 3 - Still Life Lot 4 - Wildlife and Domestic Lot 5 - Open CLASS 5 - Elementary Grades 4, 5 (All Media) AWARDS: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.50; 4th - $1.00 Lot 1 - Character Sketching Lot 2 - Landscapes - Seascapes Lot 3 - Still Life Lot 4 - Wildlife and Domestic Lot 5 - Open CLASS 6 - Elementary Grades 1, 2, 3 (All Media) AWARDS: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.50; 4th - $1.00 Lot 1 - Character Sketching Lot 2 - Landscapes - Seascapes Lot 3 - Still Life Lot 4 - Wildlife Lot 5 - Open CLASS 7 - Pre-School (All Media) AWARDS: 1st - $2.00; 2nd - $1.50; 3rd - $1.00; 4th - Ribbon Lot 1 - Character Sketching Lot 2 - Animals Lot 3 - Open

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Lot 15 - Painted Glass/ Stained Glass Lot 16 - Painted Article Lot 17 - Wall Hanging or Wreath Lot 18 - Any other Item not listed above Lot 19 - Best of Show

(Under 18 years of age) Chairpersons - Chris Collette, Rebecca Collette All entries in this department will be accepted on Saturday, July 17th from 9:00am till 1:30pm. All entries must have been made AFTER the 2018 Fair. “Best of Show” given for each class. All premium checks void after sixty (60) days. CLASS 1 - Beginners (Age 8 Years & Under) AWARDS: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $2.00 Lot 1- Article made from cloth Lot 2- Article made from foam Lot 3- Article made from paper Lot 4- Article made from plastic Lot 5- Article made from recycled material Lot 6- Article made of wood Lot 7- Beaded Item Lot 8- Christmas Ornament Lot 9- Clay or Ceramic Item Lot 10 - Crayon Item Lot 11 - Holiday Decorations Other Than Christmas Lot 12 - Lego Item Lot 13 - Painted Article Lot 14- Suncatcher Lot 15 - Wall hanging or wreath Lot 16- Any other Item not listed above Lot 17 - Best of Show Class 2 - Junior Youth (Age 9 - 12 Years) AWARDS: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd $2.00 Lot 1 - Article made from cloth Lot 2 - Article made from paper Lot 3 - Article made from recycled material Lot 4 - Article made from wood - Small Lot 5 - Article made from wood - Large Lot 6 - Beaded Item Lot 7 - Bird Feeder/ Bird House Lot 8 - Christmas Ornament Lot 9 - Clay or Ceramic Item Lot 10 - Decorated Article of Clothing (must be new) Lot 11 - Handmade Jewelry Lot 12 - Holiday Decorations other than Christmas Lot 13 - Lego Item-Large Lot 14 - Lego Item-Small

Class 3 - Senior Youth (Age 13 - 17 Years) AWARDS: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $2.00 Lot 1 - Article made from cloth Lot 2 - Article made from metal Lot 3 - Article made form paper Lot 4 - Article made from recycled material Lot 5 - Article made of wood - Small Lot 6 - Article made of wood - Large Lot 7 - Bird Feeder/ Bird House Lot 8 - Clay or Ceramic Item Lot 9 - Decorated Article of Clothing (must be new) Lot 10 - Handmade Jewelry Lot 11 - Holiday Decorations Lot 12 - Lego Item-Large Lot 13 - Lego Item-Small Lot 14 - Painted Glass/ Stained Glass Lot 15 - Painted Article Lot 16 - Wall Hanging or Wreath Lot 17 - Any other Item not listed above Lot 18 - Best of Show


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GREENE COUNTY FAIR LIVESTOCK SHOW SHOW SCHEDULE Southland Equipment Show Barn OPEN & JUNIOR DAIRY SHOW .................................. Jul. 26th @ 1:00 P.M. LITTLE BRITCHES....................................................... Jul. 27th @ 1:00 P.M. JUNIOR DAIRY SHOWMANSHIP ................................ Jul. 27th @ 1:30 P.M. MEAT GOAT & SHEEP SHOW .................................... Jul. 28th @ 1:00 P.M. DAIRY GOAT SHOW .................................................... Jul. 28th @ 1:00 P.M. JUNIOR CHICKEN SHOW ........................................... Jul. 29th @ 7:00 P.M. OPEN SALERS ......................................................... Jul. 30th @ 10:00 A.M. OPEN LIMOUSINE ...................................................... Jul. 30th @ 1:00 P.M. OPEN SIMMENTAL ..................................................... Jul. 30th @ 3:00 P.M. OPEN HEREFORD ...................................................... Jul. 30th @ 5:00 P.M. COW BUDDIES ...........................................................Jul. 31st @ 9:00 A.M. SHOWMANSHIP .........................................................Jul. 31st @ 9:30 A.M. JUNIOR & COMMERCIAL BEEF HEIFER SHOW ......Jul. 31st @ 10:00 A.M. OPEN SHORTHORN. .................................................. Jul. 31st @ 2:00 P.M. OPEN CHAROLAIS...................................................... Jul. 31st @ 3:00 P.M. OPEN ANGUS SHOW ................................................. Jul. 31st @ 5:00 P.M.

GENERAL INFORMATION ALL LIVESTOCK MUST BE PRE-ENTERED. Entries close July 13 and application for entry must be made on regulation entry blanks, furnished by The Greene County Fair or submitted via online entry at the Greene County Fair Website, http://www.greenecountyfair.com. When entries exceed tie capabilities, animals will be accepted according to the date entries are received or date postmarked, whichever is first. Nonrefundable fee and entry form must be mailed to: Greene County Fair P.O. Box 582 Greeneville, TN 37744-0582 (Please write name of department on outside of envelope)

GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS Bedding for livestock will not be provided. NO Dogs Allowed in Barn except for Service Dogs Entry Fees Due at Check-In (Check or Cash Only) The Greene County Fair management reserves to its Board the final and absolute right to interpret these rules and regulations and arbitrarily settle and determine all maters, questions and differences in regard thereto, or otherwise arising out of, connected with, or incidental to the Fair. ALL PREMIUM CHECKS MUST BE CASHED WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS OF ISSUE All livestock exhibitors will be required to purchase an exhibitor ticket for $8.00 and pay an entry fee, if applicable, for each animal entered. Feed, care and bedding of animals must be provided by exhibitors. No animals can be entered or exhibited as purebred unless same has been recorded in the recognized books of record for their respective breeds, and exhibitors must produce certificates of registry at the request of the superintendent in charge any time during the Fair. Animals shown by juniors cannot be shown again as being owned by adults, nor can animals owned by adults be shown by juniors.

For personal and fire safety, aisle ways MUST be kept clear. No grooming chutes, pedestal fans, etc. in aisle ways. All electrical equipment must be in reliable working condition with all safety shields in their appropriate place. Protests will be considered by the Executive Committee providing the protest is in writing and accompanied by a cash deposit of $25.00, which deposit will be forfeited to the Fair in the event the party fails to sustain his protest. Show Manager must be informed of protest within one (1) hour after show in question. Protest forms are available from the superintendent. Feed must be furnished by the exhibitor and animals must be kept in place assigned. Livestock for display only must be haltered and adhere to all Open & Junior Show rules, fees, deadlines, health requirements and provided care consistent with other livestock entries. All animals exhibited must meet requirements of the fair. JUNIOR SHOW RULES & REGULATIONS The Greene County Fair Livestock Committee has made the decision to allow any person under 21 years of age to exhibit their animal unassisted in the Junior Show. Only animals officially recorded in the name of the exhibitor before July 1st of the current year may be shown and the registration certificate of each animal shall be submitted to the Superintendent of this show. All animals must be registered with the exception of commercial market lambs, heifers and steers. Application for registration or transfer will not be accepted. No joint ownership will be accepted for Junior entries. Juniors must purchase an exhibitor ticket. No entry fee will be charged in the junior department and the stall space will be provided free. Juniors not participating in Open Show may leave after 10:00 p.m. If an animal is to be entered in the open show, the regular stall rent will be charged, and the animal will be released as indicated under each open show class. CARE OF EXHIBITS The Fair will not be responsible for any injury or damage to livestock, crop or other exhibit but will take reasonable precautions to guard against loss or damage. Exhibitors must provide feed, care and bedding for livestock. The President of the Fair shall have supervision and control of all exhibits and exhibitions during the Fair, whether in the buildings, arena, or grounds, and reserves the right to prescribe the dimensions and regulate the positions of all signs, to control the distribution of advertising matter and generally to direct the arrangements of articles on exhibition so far as appearance. All instructions shall come from him or through authorized officials. SHOW RING The superintendents of the livestock departments will exclude entries from all competition should there be embarrassing or unnecessary delay on the part of exhibitors in bringing animals into the show ring. JUDGES AND AWARDS There must be at least two (2) exhibits in each class in order to obtain first place premiums in Open Shows. In classes where exhibits are made by only one exhibitor, the Fair will pay only second premium money, and that only where the entry is worthy. The right is reserved to withhold the prized awarded in every case in which it shall appear to the Fair that the regulations have not been complied with, or that fraud or deception has been attempted, or where the article or animal is not worthy, and decision shall be final and binding on all parties. Judges are especially instructed not to award premiums to any animal or article because of its presence. It must be individually worthy. It is not the policy of the Fair to encourage indifferent production, and no premium shall be awarded to any animal or article that does not possess high intrinsic merit.


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Judges will apply to the executive officer in charge of the department in which they are to act in all cases of doubt or difficulty. Regard will be had to symmetry, size, form, action, constitution, vigor, and general characteristics of the various breeds with reasonable allowance for age; due regard will also be paid to carriage, style, and general refinement that donates high breeding, points which, while not weighing in the scale points, add value to animals when being sold for breeding purposes. In groups encouragement will be given to uniformity of breed type. The Fair reserves the right to discriminate against both excessive obesity, which cannot be a profitable condition for breeding animals, and excessive leanness, in which condition animals are unfit for exhibition. All animals must be shown and paraded as directed by the superintendent or judge, and any exhibitor refusing to comply with instructions or superintendent or judge or refusing to give any information required, may be ordered from the ring, and stock excluded from competition. If an exhibitor fails to exhibit animals at request of superintendent of department he forfeits his prize money. Any animal deemed unrully or dangerous by the livestock superintendent may be removed from the show ring! The ages of all animals must be given and satisfactorily verified if required. The ages of cattle will be computed as specified in special rules printed in departments. Any exhibitor attempting or in any way interfering with the judges during their adjudications will be promptly excluded from competition, and the premiums awarded will be withheld. The decision of the awarding judges shall be final. Judges in the several departments shall give the reasons, if desired for their decisions, embracing the value and desirable qualities of the animals or articles to which the premiums are awarded. Department superintendents will hand in the list of awards to the Secretary as soon as possible, and make their extended reports afterwards. They are requested to report fully upon all objects of merit and make such recommendations as circumstances may suggest, but not award extra prizes.

Department F Meat Goat & Sheep Show Wednesday, July 28th - 1:00 p.m. Superintendent - Jake Ottinger, Carla Reaves Goats First, Sheep to Follow Participants are required to purchase exhibitor tickets. Entry Fee $1.00 Per Head. Exhibitors must provide bedding for livestock. Entry fees due by check in. Cash or Check Only. Exhibitors are allowed to enter no more than two animals in any one lot.

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All animals are to be in place by 10:00am. on the day of the show. Facilities will be available by 8:00 a.m. No bedding will be furnished by the Fair. All market entries must be weighed by 12:00 p.m. The show will begin at 1:00 p.m. Animals will be released at 7:00 p.m. Participants are required to purchase exhibitor tickets for themselves and for any person assisting them at the show. Entry Fee $1.00 per head. In addition to the health requirements by the State of Tennessee, the following health requirements will apply to the Goat and Sheep shows. All animals are subject to being inspected after arrival at the show facilities and any with clinical signs of contagious disease will be sent home immediately. Certificate(s) of Veterinary Inspection are to accompany the animal(s) to the respective shows. Veterinarians will examine for signs of infectious deseases (i.e. sourmouth, pinkeye, ringworm, abscesses, suspected caseous lymphandentitis. With reference to caseous lymphadenitits: enlargements of the lymph nodes, whether draining or not, will not be admitted.) The veterinarian has the final decision on wheether animals satisfy all health requirements. By application for admission, each exhibitor agrees to show his/ her animals subject to these rules. Presenting Obviously Unhealthy animals, as defined above, may result in the entire herd’s disqaulification from the show, subject to the ruling of the Show Committee. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. ALL ANIMALS MUST HAVE A SCRAPIE TAG

Breeding Sheep Show All animals entered in the show must be purebred and must be registered in the name of the exhibitor, or transferred to the exhibitor by July 22nd. Registration certificate of transfer certificate, properly executed, must be presented to the chairperson of the show when sheep arrive at the fairgrounds. Lease contracts will be accepted at the time of entry, provided they were legally entered into on or before July 1 prior to show. Leased animals will not be eligible to show in the Senior Showmanship events. Same lot substitutions will be accepted at time of check-in. Exhibitors are allowed no more than two entries in any one lot. Exception to age classification listed under the lot number may be made when an exhibitor wished to enter a younger animal in an older age classification. In no case may an older animal be entered in a younger classification than its birthdate would permit. A minimum of six animals owned by two different people is required to make a breed show. Class 1 - Sheep - Dorset Class 2 - Sheep - Hampshire Class 3 - Sheep - Katahdin Class 4 - Sheep - Oxford Class 5 - Sheep - Natural Color Class 6 - Sheep - Shropshire

Class 7 - Sheep - Southdown Class 8 - Sheep - Suffolk Class 9 - Sheep - AOB - Meat Class 10 - Sheep - AOB - Wool Lot 1. Senior Ram Lambs - Born Sept. 1 thru Dec. 31, 2020 2. Early Junior Ram Lambs - Born Jan. 1 thru Feb. 14, 2021 3. Late Junior Ram Lambs - Born after Feb. 15, 2021 4. Pair of Ram Lambs 5. Grand Champion Ram (Lots 1, 2, & 3) 6. Reserve Grand Champion Ram (Lots 1, 2, &3) 7. **Senior Yearling Ewes - Born Sept. 1, 2019 thru Feb. 14, 2020 8. **Junior Yearling Ewes - Born Feb. 15 thru Aug. 31, 2020. 9. Pair Yearling Ewes 10. Senior Ewe Lambs - Born Sept. 1 thru Dec. 31, 2020. 11. Senior Champion Ewe 12. Reserve Senior Champion Ewe 13. Early Junior Ewe Lambs - Born Jan. 1 thru Jan. 31, 2021. 14. Intermediate Junior Ewe Lambs - Born Feb. 1 thru Feb. 28, 2021. 15. Late Junior Ewe Lambs - Born Mar. 1, 2021 and after. 16. Pair of Ewe Lambs 17. Junior Champion Ewe 18. Reserve Junior Champion Ewe 19. Grand Champion Ewe (Lots 11, 17). 20. Reserve Grand Champion Ewe Lots 11, 12, 17 & 18). 21. Pen of Four Lambs (both sexes represented) 22. Flock (to consist of 2 yearling ewes, 2 ewe lambs, 1 ram) ** An exhibitor may enter a total of two yearling ewes. They may be in the same class or different classes.

Market Lamb Show Lambs must be owned by exhibitor prior to July 22nd. An exhibitor may show no more than six lambs in the Market Lamb Show. All market lambs must have lamb teeth and must be wether or ewe lambs. Ewe lambs shown as market lambs cannot show in Junior Breeding Show. Lambs must weigh a minimum of 75 pounds. There is no maximum weight. Lambs will be weighed and divided into lots by weight. Class 11 - Sheep - Market Lambs - Black Face Cross Lot 1. Light Weight Market Lambs 2. Medium Weight Market Lambs 3. Medium Heavy Weight Market Lambs


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2021 Events


www.greenecountyfair.com 5. Champion Market Lamb 6. Reserve Champion Market Lamb Class 12 - Sheep - Market Lambs - White Face Cross Lot 1. Light Weight Market Lambs 2. Medium Weight Market Lambs 3. Medium Heavy Weight Market Lambs 4. Heavy Weight Market Lambs 5. Champion Market Lamb 6. Reserve Champion Market Lamb Class 13 - Sheep - Grand Champion Market Lambs Lot 7. Grand Champion Market Lamb 8. Reserve Grand Champion Market Lamb

Commerical Ewes Show Open to non-registered ewes of any breed or combination of breeds. Only weaned ewes may be shown. Ewes must have their yearling teeth and no ewe will show with two-year teeth. Ewes will be mouthed to determine age. Ewes must be owned by exhibitors and under their care and management by July 22nd of current year. Exhibitors may show no more than six (6) animals in the Commercial Ewe Show (any age combination). Ewes will be assigned to classes based on two age groups (lambs/yearlings) and weight within age classification. Ewes must weigh 75 pounds to be exhibited. Ewes shown in the Commercial Ewe Show are not eligible to show in either the Registered Ewe Show or the Market Lamb Show. Ewes must be shown slick shorn Class 14 - Sheep - Commercial Ewes - Black Face Cross Lambs Class 15 - Sheep - Commercial Ewes - Black Face Cross Yearlings Class 16 - Sheep - Commercial Ewes - White Face Cross Lambs Class 17 - Sheep - Commercial Ewes - White Face Cross Yearlings Lot 1. Light Weight Commercial Ewes 2. Medium Weight Commercial Ewes 3. Medium Heavy Weight Commercial Ewes 4. Heavy Weight Commercial Ewes 5. Champion Commercial Ewes 6. Reserve Champion Commercial Ewes Class 18 - Sheep - Grand Champion Commercial Ewe Lot 7. Grand Champion Commercial Ewe 8. Reserve Grand Champion Commercial Ewe

Goat Show Class 19 - Goats - Breeding Meat Goat Show Animals must be registered in a Meat Goat Association.

GREENE COUNTY FAIR • July 2021 • Page 33 Open to registered percentage or fullblood. Animals shown in this class cannot be shown in Market Goat Show. Lot 1. Buck Kids age up to under 3 months 2. Buck Kids age 3 months to under 6 months 3. Buck Kids Age 6 months to under 9 months 4. Buck Kids Age 9 months to 12 months 5. Grand Champion Buck Kid 6. Reserve Grand Champion Buck Kid 7. Doe Kid age up to under 3 months 8. Doe Kid age 3 months to under 6 months 9. Doe Kid age 6 months to under 9 months 10. Doe Kid age 9 months to under 12 months 11. Yearling Doe age 12 months to under 18 months 12. Yearling Doe age 18 months to under 24 months 13. 24 - 36 Month Doe 14. 36 Month & Older Doe 15. Grand Champion Doe 16. Reserve Grand Champion Doe Class 20 - Goats - Market Goat Show Any breed or cross breed of goat can show (registration not required). All goats will be weighed and classified prior to the show and will be divided into classes by weight. All animals must have either an ear tag or legible tattoo to be able to show. All animals will be doe kids or wether kids (must not exhibit any testicular tissue). An animal must show no breaking of skin or eruption of either of two permanent front teeth. Milk teeth must be in place. All animals must be slick shorn with 3/8” of hair or less. An exhibitor can show a maximum of two animals in this Class. Lot 1. Light Weight 2. Medium Weight 3. Medium Heavy Weight 4. Heavy Weight 5. Grand Champion Market Goat 6. Reserve Grand Champion Market Goat All premium money available will be used, and individual prize money will depend on the number of animals shown. Animals will not be grouped, but will all be considered in one group for the purpose of allocating the premiums. All animals deemed worthy by the Judge will receive a blue participating ribbon. Group money paid will not exceed $9. The three highest placings in each class will receive the following additional premiums: 1st - $3; 2nd - $2; 3rd - $1. $1 pen fee will be charged.

Dairy Goat Show

Class 21 - Milking Goat Show Lot 1. Milking Yearling: Under 2 Years 2. Does in Milk: 2yrs & under 3yrs 3. Does in Milk: 3yrs & under 5yrs 4. Does in Milk: 5yrs & Over 5. Senior Grand Champion 6. Senior Reserve Grand Champion 7. Champion Challenge (Grand Champion of Day and Champions of record Compete)

Department G Junior Dairy Show Now Open to Out-of-State Exhibitors! Monday, July 26th - 1:00 p.m. Superintendents - Dale Collette, Lanny Love Junior Show will be held concurrently with the Open Show! REGISTERED DAIRY CATTLE CLASS I - GUERNSEY CLASS II - JERSEY CLASS III - HOLSTEIN No bedding will be provided. Please refer to General Rules and Regulations for show


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eligibility rules. ALL CATTLE MUST BE PRE-ENTERED. All exhibitors must purchase exhibitors tickets. Entry fees due by check in. Cash or Check Only. Fees - All entries $6.00 per tie space AND $6.00 per extra tie space if available. Exhibitors tickets - $8.00. Animals must be in place by 10:00 p.m. July 25th, and will be released after 9pm Tuesday Night. A member may enter one (1) animal in any one individual class. A member may show no more than four (4) animals per breed, not bred by exhibitor, in the show. All premium money available will be used, and individual prize money will depend on the number of animals shown. Animals will not be grouped, but will all be considered in one group for the purpose of allocating the premiums. All animals deemed worthy by the Judge will receive a blue participants ribbon. Group money paid will not exceed $17.00. The five highest placings in each class will receive the following additional premiums: 1st - $7; 2nd - $6; 3rd - $5, 4th - $4; 5th - $3. Championship trophies sponsored by Dairy Farmers of America. LITTLE BRITCHES CONTEST Tuesday, July 27th - 1pm Classes open to children 0-5 years of age. Calves need not be registered but must be a purebred dairy animal. Calves need not be owned by children exhibiting them; however, each exhibitor should make his own arrangements for a calf. All entries will receive a participation ribbon. A trophy will be provided for 1st place. Sponsored by Greene County Veterinary Medical Center. SHOWMANSHIP Trophies are sponsored by: Sideline Farms Peewee Showmanship - At least 6 years old and not in 4th Grade as of 1/1/2021 Piedmont Milk Sales Explorer - 4th Grade as of 1/1/2021 R & R Implement Sales Junior Showmanship - Grades 5 and 6 as of 1/1/2021. Greene Farmers Co-Op Junior High Showmanship - Grades 7 and 8 as 1/1/2021. Greene County Farm Bureau Senior I Showmanship - Grades 9 and 10 as of 1/1/2021. Broyles Feed Store Senior II Showmanship - Grades 11 and 12 as of 1/1/2021. Lot 1. Junior Heifer Calves - Born Mar. 1, 2021 or later and at least 4 months old at show time. 2. Intermediate Heifer Calves - Born Dec. 1, 2020 - Feb.

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 12. 14. 16. 18. 20. 22. 26. 27. 28. 29. 31. 32.

28, 2021. Senior Heifer Calves - Born Sept. 1 - Nov. 30, 2020. Summer Heifer Calves - Born June 1 - Aug. 31, 2020. Junior Yearling Heifers - Born Mar. 1 - May 31, 2020. Intermediate Yearling Heifers - Born Dec. 1, 2019 Feb. 28, 2020. Senior Yearling Heifers - Born Sept. 1 - Nov. 30, 2019. Junior Champion - (Lots 1-7). Reserve Junior Champion (Lots 1-7). Senior Yearling Heifer in Milk - Born after Sep 1, 2019. Junior Two Year Old Cows - Born Mar. 1 - Aug. 31, 2019. Senior Two Year Old Cows - Born Sept. 1, 2018 - Feb. 28, 2019. Three Year Old Cows - Born Sept. 1, 2017 - Aug. 31, 2018. Four Year Old Cows - Born Sept. 1, 2016 - Aug. 31, 2017. Five Year Old Cows - Born Sept. 1, 2015 - Aug. 31, 2016. Aged Cows, 6 years old and over - Born before Sept. 1, 2015. Senior Champion Reserve Senior Champion Grand Champion. Reserve Grand Champion. Best Bred by Heifer Best Bred by Cow

Department H Open Dairy Show Monday, July 26th - 1:00 p.m. Superintendents - Dale Collette, Lanny Love Animals must be in place by 10:00 p.m. July 25th, and will be released after 9pm on Tuesday night. Application for entry where the age determines the class or classes to which the animal is eligible, must give exact date of birth. All application for entry of cattle in individual lots must be accompanied by the name and registry number of animal and exact date of birth. Animals composing a competitive herd or group must have been shown in one of the individual lots. The pedigrees of all animals entered must be recorded in the recognized herd book for the breed and animals shall be recorded in the name of the exhibitor. Certificates of registration must be available. Animals that cannot be identified by tattoo or color markings shall not be eligible to be shown. Exhibitors may not show more than two entries in one lot. National Dairy Show rules shall govern, so far as practical, cases not covered in the rules of this show. Cows, 42 months old or older, to be eligible to show, must have produced a calf carried to maturity within 18 months preceding the show. Affidavits must be filed at time entries are made substantiating the above facts and giving date of birth

of last calf produced. Each Superintendent must check the health and registration papers for each exhibitor. Premiums - Lots 1-7 - 1st - $25; 2nd - $20; 3rd - $15; 4th - $10; 5th - $8; $5.00 -- each of the next five creditable placings. Lots 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 25 - 1st - $30; 2nd - $25; 3rd - $20; 4th - $15; 5th - $10. Best Udder - 1st $10; 2nd - $5. Championship trophies sponsored by Dairy Farmers of America. Lot 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

Junior Heifer Calf - Born Mar. 1, 2021 or at least 4 months old at show time. Intermediate Heifer Calf - Born Dec. 1, 2020 - Feb. 28, 2021. Senior Heifer Calf - Born Sept. 1 - Nov. 30, 2020. Summer Calf - Born June 1 - Aug. 31, 2020. Junior Yearling Heifers - Born Mar. 1 - May 31, 2020. Intermediate Yearling Heifers-Born Dec. 1, 2019 - Feb. 28, 2020. Senior Yearling Heifers - Born Sept. 1 - Nov. 30, 2019. Junior Champion (Lots 1-7) Reserve Junior Champion (Lots 1-7) Senior Yearling Heifer in Milk - Born before Sept. 1, 2019. Best Udder Junior Two Year Old Cows - Born Mar. 1 - Aug. 31, 2019. Best Udder. Senior Two Year Old Cows - Born Sept. 1, 2018 - Feb. 28, 2019. Best Udder. Three Year Old Cows - Born Sept. 1, 2017 - Aug. 31, 2018. Best Udder. Four Old Cows - Born Sept. 1, 2016 - Aug. 31, 2017. Best Udder. Five Year Old Cows - Born Sept. 1, 2015 - Aug. 31, 2016. Best Udder. Aged Cows (6 Years and Over) - Born before Sept. 1, 2015. Best Udder. Cow -Dry 3 and 4 Year Old - Born Sept. 1, 2016 - Aug. 31, 2018. Cow - Dry 5 Year Old and Over - Born before Sept. 1, 2016. Senior Champion (Lots 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24 & 25). Reserve Senior Champion (Lots 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24 & 25) Grand Champion. Reserve Grand Champion. Breeders Herd of Five Females - This group, all owned by the exhibitor, consists of two (2) females over 2 years of age that have freshened, two (2) females under 2 years of age and one any age. Three (3) must


www.greenecountyfair.com be bred by exhibitor. This group replaces all of the former group classes. NOTE: 1) Each farm limited to one entry. 2) Registration papers will be checked in ring before the class is placed. AWARDS: 1st - $125; 2nd - $100; 3rd - $75; 4th - $50; 5th - $25 31. Best Bred by Heifer 32. Best Bred by Cow CLASS IV : SPECIAL AWARDS - Sponsored by: Broyles Feed Store Lot 1 - Supreme Champion Heifers. AWARDS: 1st - $50 Lot 2 - Supreme Champion Cows. AWARDS: 1st - $100 Lot 3 - Open Dairy Barn Award (All Breeds) - Based on exhibitors care of barn, 2 animals minimum AWARDS: 1st - $25; 2nd - $15; 3rd - $10 SHOW RING CODE OF ETHICS FOR ALL DAIRY BREEDS The showing of registered dairy cattle is an important part of the promotion, merchandising and breeding program of many breeders. Additionally, it is an important part of the program of the Purebred Dairy Cattle Association to stimulate and sustain interest in breeding registered dairy cattle. This relates to both spectators and exhibitors. In this connection, the PDCA believes that it is in the best interest of the breeders of registered dairy cattle to maintain a reputation of integrity and to present a wholesome and progressive image of their cattle in the show-ring. It recognizes that there are certain practices in the proper care and management of dairy cattle, which are necessary in the course of moving dairy cattle to and between shows that are advisable to keep them in a sound, healthy condition so that they might be presented in the show-ring in a natural, normal appearance and condition. Conversely, it recognizes certain practices in the cataloging, handling and presentation of cattle in the show-ring which are acceptable. The following practices or procedures are considered unacceptable and defined as being unethical in the showing of registered dairy cattle: Misrepresenting the age and/or milking status of the animal for the class in which it is shown. In any female classes, animals may not be exhibited that are in milk due to unnaturally induced lactation. Balancing the udder by any means other than by leaving naturally produced milk in any or all quarters. Setting the teats with a mechanical contrivance or with the use of a chemical preparation. Treating or massaging any part of the animal’s body, particularly the udder, internally or externally with an irritant, counterirritant, or other substance to temporarily improve conformation or produce unnatural animation. Minimizing the effects of crampiness by feeding or injecting drugs, depressants or applying packs or using an artificial con-

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trivance or therapeutic treatment except normal exercise. Blocking the nerves to the foot to prevent limping by injecting drugs. Striking the animal to cause swelling in a depressed area. Surgery of any kind performed to change the natural contour of appearance of the animal’s body, hide or hair. Not included is the removal of warts, teats and horns, clipping and dressing of hair and trimming of hooves. Insertion of foreign material under the skin. Changing the color of hair at any point, spot or area on animal’s body. The use of alcoholic beverage in the feed or administered as a drench. Administration of drug of any kind or description internally or externally prior to entering the show ring, except for treating a recognized disease or injury and for tranquilizing bulls that may otherwise be dangerous or females in heat. For the purpose of this Code, the term “drug” shall mean any substance, the sale, possession of use of which is controlled by license under federal, state of local laws or regulations and any substance commonly used by the medical or veterinary professions which affect the circulatory, respiratory or central nervous system of a cow. Criticizing or interfering with the judge, show management or other exhibitors while in the show-ring or other conduct detrimental to the breed or show. In keeping with the basic philosophy of The Purebred Dairy Cattle Association, ethics are an individual responsibility of the owner of each animal shown. Violations of this code are subject to the disciplinary of the appropriate dairy breed association.

Dairy and Beef Exhibitors Breakfast Sponsored by:

Department I Junior Beef Heifer Show Saturday, July 31st - 10:00 a.m. Superintendents -Jonathan Williams Tie-outs are on a first-come, first-served basis. Absolutely no tie-outs are permitted on trailers in rock area. Violators will be asked to leave the fairgrounds. Exhibitors must provide bedding for livestock. Please refer to General Rules and Regulations for show eligibility rules. ALL CATTLE MUST BE PRE-ENTERED.

No Bull Calves willl be shown in Junior Show Cutoff time for Check-In will be 7:00pm, Thursday, July 29th. Exhibitors are allowed to enter no more than two (2) animals in any one lot. All exhibitors must purchase exhibitors tickets. Fees - Exhibitors tickets - $8.00. Animals must be exhibited by owner unless exhibitor has two animals in class. No cattle or tack will be allowed in until after midnight on Wednesday, July 28th. Animals must be in place by 12:00 Noon and checked in before 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 29th. Commercial Heifer measured 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 29th. Animals tie-out at 9:30 p.m. or at the discretion of the director. A member may show no more than four (4) animals per breed, not bred by exhibitor in the show. All premium money will be used and individual prize money will depend on the number of animals shown. Animals will not be grouped but will all be considered one group for allocation of premium. All worthy animals will receive a blue participation ribbon. Group money will not exceed $17. The five highest placings will receive: 1st - $7; 2nd - $6; 3rd - $5; 4th - $4; 5th - $3, in addition to group money. COW BUDDIES Saturday, July 31st - 9:00 a.m. Class is for children not yet eligible for 4-H. All entries will receive a participation ribbon. Must show a heifer calf. SHOWMANSHIP CLASSES Saturday July 31st - 9:30am Showmanship Class, time to be announced, is for people and animals who will exhibit or who have exhibited in individual classes of the Junior Beef Show. Exhibitors must own the animal shown and must be shown in the Junior Show. Explorer - 4th Grade as of January 1, 2021 Junior Showmanship - Grades 5 and 6 as of January 1st, 2021. Junior High Showmanship - Grades 7 and 8 as January 1st, 2021. Trophy sponsored by Greene Farmer’s Co-op. Senior I Showmanship - Grades 9 and 10 as of January 1st, 2021. Senior II Showmanship - Grades 11 and 12 as of January 1st, 2021 Belt Buckles by Greene County Livestock Association CLASS 1 – ANGUS Trophy for Grand Champion & $150 Bonus Money for Grand Champion &


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$75 Bonus Money for Reserve Grand Champion Sponsored by Greene County Angus Association Lot 1. Junior Heifer Calves - Born on or after Jan. 1, 2021. 2. Late Senior Heifer Calves - Born between Nov. 1 and Dec. 31, 2020. 3. Early Senior Heifer Calves - Born between Sept. 1 and Oct. 31, 2020. 4. Late Summer Yearling Heifers - Born between July 1 and Aug. 31, 2020. 5. Early Summer Yearling Heifers - Born between May 1 and June 30, 2020. 6. Late Junior Yearling Heifers - Born between Mar. 1 and April 30, 2020. 7. Early Junior Yearling Heifers - Born between Jan. 1 and Feb. 28, 2020. 8. Late Senior Yearling Heifers - Born between Nov. 1 and Dec. 31, 2019. 9. Early Senior Yearling Heifers - Born between Sept. 1 and Oct. 31, 2019. 10. Cow/Calf - Calf Born Jan. 1, 2021 or later. Calf can be shown in individual classes and must be given the opportunity to nurse. 11. Grand Champion -- Rosette 12. Reserve Grand Champion -- Rosette CLASS 2 - HEREFORD Lot 1. Junior Heifer Calves - Born on or after Jan. 1, 2021. 2. Late Senior Heifer Calves - Born between Nov. 1 and Dec. 31, 2020. 3. Early Senior Heifer Calves - Born between Sept. 1 and Oct. 31, 2020. 4. Late Summer Yearling Heifers - Born between July 1 and Aug. 31, 2020. 5. Early Summer Yearling Heifers - Born between May 1 and June 30, 2020. 6. Late Junior Yearling Heifers - Born between Mar. 1 and April 30, 2020. 7. Early Junior Yearling Heifers - Born between Jan. 1 and Feb. 28, 2020. 8. Late Senior Yearling Heifers - Born between Nov. 1 and Dec. 31, 2019. 9. Early Senior Yearling Heifers - Born between Sept. 1 and Oct. 31, 2019. 10. Cow/Calf - Calf Born Jan. 1, 2021 or later. Calf can be shown in individual classes and must be given the opportunity to nurse. 11.Grand Champion -- Rosette 12. Reserve Grand Champion -- Rosette CLASS 3 - OTHER BEEF BREEDS Lot 1. Junior Heifer Calves - Born on or after Jan. 1, 2021. 2. Late Senior Heifer Calves - Born between Nov. 1 and Dec. 31, 2020. 3. Early Senior Heifer Calves - Born between Sept. 1 and Oct. 31, 2020.

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4. Late Summer Yearling Heifers - Born between July 1 and Aug. 31, 2020. 5. Early Summer Yearling Heifers - Born between May 1 and June 30, 2020. 6. Late Junior Yearling Heifers - Born between Mar. 1 and April 30, 2020. 7. Early Junior Yearling Heifers - Born between Jan. 1 and Feb. 28, 2020. 8. Late Senior Yearling Heifers - Born between Nov. 1 and Dec. 31, 2020. 9. Early Senior Yearling Heifers - Born between Sept. 1 and Oct. 31, 2020. 10. Cow/Calf - Calf Born Jan. 1, 2021 or later. Calf can be shown in individual classes and must be given the opportunity to nurse. 11. Grand Champion --Rosette 12. Reserve Grand Champion --Rosette CLASS 4 - COMMERCIAL HEIFER SHOW Open to any non-registered heifers of any beef breed or combinations of beef breeds. Only weaned calves may be shown. Heifers must have their “Milk Teeth” and no heifer will show that does not have milk teeth. Show superintendent will be responsible for checking teeth on all commercial heifer entries and his decision will be final. Heifers must be owned by exhibitors and under their care and management by May 1 of current year, per rules regarding Junior Heifer Shows. Exhibitors will not be allowed to show more than four (4) animals in the show. Heifers will be assigned to maximum 5 lots based on hip height measurements.Heifers shown in the commercial show are not eligible to be shown in the registered show. Registered animals will not be allowed to show in this show. Entries for this show must be submitted on a special entry form found inside the livestock catalog. Heifers must be permanently identified by a legible tattoo in both ears and ear tag. Commercial heifer classes will be judged following the completion of Junior Beef Heifer Show. Heifers measured between 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 25th.

Department J Open Beef Show Superintendents - Cory Malone, Jonathan Williams Violators will be asked to leave the fairgrounds. Exhibitors must provide bedding for livestock. Please refer to General Rules and Regulations for show eligibility rules. Requirments to maintain individual shows will be a minimum of 15 head and 3 exhibitors for 3 consecutive years.

ALL CATTLE MUST BE PRE-ENTERED. NO Exhibitors will be allowed on the fairgrounds until after midnight on Wednesday. Cattle must be in place by 4:00pm Thursday. Tie out time will be at 9:30pm. Failure to abide by this ruling will result in forfeiture of premiums or removal from the fairgrounds. If you have any questions concerning information or problems, see Director, Beef Superintendent. Cattle will not be released until Saturday, July 31st at 10:00 p.m. or as specified by the Beef Superintendent. All exhibitors must purchase exhibitors tickets. Entry fees are due at check in - Cash or check only Fees - All entries $6.00 per tie space and $6.00 per extra tie space if available. Exhibitors tickets - $8.00. Supreme champion male and female of all breeds to be selected from all champions. All breed champions are expected to show for supreme male and female following conclusion of Angus show. Premiums 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th FEMALES $35 $25 $20 $15 $13 BULLS $35 $25 $20 $15 GROUPS $35 $25 $20 CLASS 8 - Barn Award for cleanest, most attractive tie space. Must have five head. 1st - $25; 2nd - $15; 3rd - $10


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GREENE COUNTY FAIR • July 2021 • Page 37 CLASS 1 - CHAROLAIS Saturday, July 31st - 3:00 pm CLASS 2 - , LIMOUSIN Friday, July 30th - 9:00 am CLASS 3 - SHORTHORN Saturday, July 3st - 2:00 pm Superintendents - Corey Malone Jonathan Williams

Lot 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

Junior Heifer Calves - Born on or after Jan 1, 2021. Winter Heifer Calves - Born between Nov. 1 and Dec. 31, 2020. Senior Heifer Calves - Born between Sept. 1 and Oct. 31, 2020. Heifer Calf Champion (1, 2, 3) -- Rosette Reserve Heifer Calf Champion -- Rosette Summer Yearling Females - Born between July 1 and Aug. 31, 2020. Late Spring Yearling Females - Born between May 1 and June 30, 2020. Early Spring Yearling Females - Born between Mar. 1 and April 30, 2020. Junior Champion Female (6, 7, 8) -- Rosette Reserve Junior Champion Female -- Rosette Junior Yearling Females - Born between Jan. 1 and Feb. 28, 2020. Late Senior Yearling Females - Born between Nov. 1 and Dec. 31, 2019. Early Senior Yearling Females - Born between Sept. 1 and Oct. 31, 2019. Senior Champion Female (11, 12, 13) -- Rosette Reserve Senior Champion Female -- Rosette Cow/Calf - Calf Born Jan. 1, 2021 or later. Calf can be shown in individual classes and must be given the opportunity to nurse. (Eligible for grand champion.) 17. Grand Champion Female -- Banner 18. Reserve Grand Champion Female --Rosette 19. Junior Bull Calves - Born on or after Jan. 1, 2021. 20. Winter Bull Calves - Born between Nov. 1 and Dec. 31, 2020. 21. Senior Bull Calves - Born between Sept. 1 and Oct. 31, 2020. 22. Calf Champion Bull (19, 20, 21) --Rosette 23. Reserve Calf Champion Bull -- Rosette 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39.

Summer Yearling Bulls - Born between July 1 and Aug. 31, 2020. Late Spring Yearling Bulls - Born between May 1 and June 30, 2020. Early Spring Yearling Bulls - Born between Mar. 1 and April 30, 2020. Junior Yearling Bulls - Born between Jan. 1 and Feb. 28, 2020. Junior Champion Bull (24, 25, 26, 27) - Rosette Reserve Junior Champion Bul l- Rosette Senior Yearling Bulls - Born between July 1 and Dec. 31, 2019. Two Year Old Bulls - Born between Jan. 1 and June 30, 2019. Senior Champion Bull (30, 31) - Rosette Reserve Senior Champion Bull - Rosette Grand Champion Bull - Banner Reserve Grand Champion Bull - Rosette Group of Two Females - Bred and owned by exhibitor. Group of Two Bulls - Bred and owned or co-owned by exhibitor. Get-of-Sire - Four (4) animals by one sire, any age, either or both sexes. Best Six Head - Owned or co-owned by exhibitor.

Association at least 30 days prior to the opening date of Fair. Entries must be made in the owner’s name that appears on the registration certificate. Exhibitors must have the original registration certificate or the officially produced copy available for inspection. All animals must have purebred Simmental and must have a proper and legible tattoo. Animals shown in Group classes must have been entered and shown in individual classes. First and second winners in Cow/Calf class are eligible for Grand and Reserve Grand Champion. All other rules of this show apply. Lot 1. Spring Heifer Calves—calved after March 1, 2021 2. Junior Heifer Calf—calved between January 1 and February 28, 2021 3. JUNIOR CALF CHAMPION FEMALE 4. RESERVE JUNIOR CALF CHAMPION FEMALE 5. Winter Heifer Calves— calved between November 1 and December 31, 2020 6. Senior Heifer Calves—calved between September 1 and October 31, 2020 7. SENIOR CALF CHAMPION FEMALE 8. RESERVE SENIOR CALF CHAMPION9. Late Summer Yearling Females—calved between July 1 and August 31, 2020 9. Late Summer Yearling Females - calved between July 1 and August 31, 2020. 10. Summer Yearling Females– calved between May 1 and June 30, 2020 11. INTERMEDIATE CHAMPION FEMALE 12. RESERVE INTERMEDIATE CHAMPION FEMALE 13. Late Spring Yearling Females– calved between April 1 and April 30, 2020 14. Early Spring Yearling Females—calved between March 1 and March 31, 2020 15. JUNIOR CHAMPION FEMALE 16. RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION FEMALE 17. Junior Yearling Females—calved between January 1 and February 28, 2020 18. Senior Yearling Females—calved between September 1 and December 31, 2019 19. SENIOR CHAMPION FEMALE 20. RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION FEMALE 21. Cow/Calf: Calf must be cow’s natural calf, not embryo transplant. Calf to be no more than 250 days of age by day of show. No age ----------------------- restriction on cow. Pair is eligible for Grand or Reserve Grand Champion Female. The calf must have the opportunity to nurse. The judge may make his final placing based on this criteria. Cow and/or calf may be included in group class entries as individuals, not as a pair comprising a single animal unit. 22. GRAND CHAMPION FEMALE BANNER 23. RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION FEMALE 24. Spring Bull Calves—calved after March 1, 2021 25. Junior Bull Calves—calved between January 1 and February 28, 2021 26. JUNIOR CALF CHAMPION BULL 27. RESERVE JUNIOR CALF CHAMPION BULL 28. Winter Bull Calves—calved between November 1 and December 31, 2020 29. Senior Bull Calves—calved between September 1 and October 31, 2020 30. SENIOR CALF CHAMPION BULL 31. RESERVE SENIOR CALF CHAMPION BULL 32. Late Summer Yearling Bulls—calved between July 1 and

Competitive & Creational Gymnastics, Tumbling And Birthday Parties CLASS 4 - SIMMENTAL & SIMMENTAL INFLUENCE Friday, July 30th - 3:00 p.m. Superintendents - Cory Malone Jonathan Williams All animals must be registered as the property of the exhibitor with the American Simmental

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Page 40 • GREENE COUNTY FAIR • July 2021 August 31, 2020 33. Summer Yearling Bulls—calved between May 1 and June 30, 2020 34. INTERMEDIATE CHAMPION BULL 35. RESERVE INTERMEDIATE CHAMPION BULL 36. Spring Yearling Bulls—calved between March 1 and April 30, 2020 37. Junior Yearling Bulls—calved between January 1 and February 28, 2020 38. JUNIOR CHAMPION BULL 39. RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION BULL 40. Senior Yearling Bull—calved between September 1 and December 31, 2019 41. Summer Senior Yearling Bulls—calved between May 1 and August 31, 2019 42. Two Year Old Bulls—calved between January 1 and April 30, 2019 43. SENIOR CHAMPION BULL 44. RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION BULL 45. GRAND CHAMPION BULL BANNER 46. RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION BULL 47. Produce of Dam: Two animals, either sex, from one dam to be shown in individual classes to be eligible. May be owned by more than one exhibitor. 48. Junior Get-of-Sire: Three animals all by one sire, both sexes represented, may be owned by more than one exhibitor. All animals must be shown in their individual classes to be eligible Bulls from classes 24, 25, 28 or 29. Females from classes 1, 2, 5, or 6. 49. Get-of-Sire: Four animals all by one sire, both sexes represented, may be owned b y more than one exhibitor. All animals must be shown in individual classes to be eligible. 50. Breeders Herd: Four animals, either sex, bred and owned by exhibitor. All animals must have shown in individual classes to be eligible. 51. Group of Five Head: Five animals of either sex owned by the exhibitor form either the Calf Classes, Junior Classes, the Senior Classes or a combination. CLASS 5 - HEREFORD Friday, July 30th - 5:00 pm Superintendents- Corey Malone, Jonathan Williams

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Early Summer Yearling Bulls - Born between May 1 to June 30, 2020. Late Junior Yearling Bulls - Born between Mar. 1 and April 30, 2020. Early Junior Yearling Bulls - Born between Jan. 1 and Feb. 28, 20127. Junior Champion Bull (24, 25, 26, 27) - Rosette Reserve Junior Champion Bull - Rosette Senior Yearling Bulls - Born between Sept. 1 and Dec. 31, 2019. Late Two Year Old Bulls - Born between May 1 and Aug. 31, 2019. Early Two Year Old Bulls - Born between Jan. 1 and April 30, 2019. Senior Champion Bull (30, 31, 32) - Rosette Reserve Senior Champion Bull - Rosette Grand Champion Bull - Banner Reserve Grand Champion Bull - Rosette Get-of-Sire - Four (4) animals, both sexes represented, sired by one bull, all owned by exhibitor. All animals must be shown in individual classes to be eligible. 38. Calf Get-of-Sire - Four (4) animals sired (senior, winter, junior or spring) by one sire, both sexes to be represented, all owned by exhibitor. 39. Best Six Head - Owned by exhibitor, all animals must be shown in individual classes to be eligible. CLASS 6 - ANGUS Saturday, July 31st - 5:00 p.m. Superintendent - Corey Malone, Jonathan Williams Lot 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Junior Heifer Calves - Born on or after Jan. 1, 2021. Late Senior Heifer Calves - Born between Nov. 1 and Dec. 31, 2020. Early Senior Heifer Calves - Born between Sept. 1 and Oct. 31, 2020. Heifer Calf Champion (1, 2, 3) - Rosette Reserve Heifer Calf Champion - Rosette Late Summer Yearling Heifers - Born between July 1 and Aug. 31, 2020. Early Summer Yearling Heifers - Born between May 1 and

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Junior Heifer Calves - Born on or after Jan. 1, 2021. Winter Heifer Calves - Born between Nov. 1 and Dec. 31, 2020. Senior Heifer Calves - Born between Sept. 1 and Oct. 31, 2020. Champion Heifer Calf (1, 2, 3) - Rosette Reserve Champion Heifer Calf - Rosette Late Summer Yearling Heifers - Born between July 1 and Aug. 31, 2020. Early Summer Yearling Heifers - Born between May 1 and June 30, 2020. Late Junior Yearling Heifers - Born between Mar. 1 and April 30, 2020. Junior Champion Heifer (6, 7, 8) - Rosette Reserve Junior Champion Heifer - Rosette Early Junior Yearling Heifers - Born between Jan. 1 and Feb. 28, 2020. Late Senior Yearling Heifers - Born between Nov. 1 and Dec. 31, 2019. Early Senior Yearling Heifers - Born between Sept. 1 and Oct. 31, 2019. Senior Champion Heifer (11, 12, 13) - Rosette Reserve Senior Champion Heifer - Rosette Cow/Calf - Calf Born Jan. 1, 2021 or later. Calf can be shown in individual classes and must be given the opportunity to nurse. (Eligible for grand champion.) 17. Grand Champion Female - Banner 18. Reserve Grand Champion Female - Rosette 19. Junior Bull Calves - Born on or after Jan. 1, 2021. 20. Winter Bull Calves - Born between Nov. 1 and Dec. 31, 2020. 21. Senior Bull Calves - Born between Sept. 1 and Oct. 31, 2020. 22. Champion Bull Calf (19, 20, 21) - Rosette 23. Reserve Champion Bull Calf - Rosette 24. Late Summer Yearling Bulls - Born between July 1 and Aug. 31, 2020.

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June 30, 2020. 8. Intermediate Champion (6, 7) - Rosette 9. Reserve Intermediate Champion - Rosette 10. April Junior Yearling Heifers - Born between April 1 and April 30, 2020. 11. March Junior Yearling Heifers - Born between Mar. 1 and Mar. 31, 2020. 12. Early Junior Yearling Heifers - Born between Jan. 1 and Feb. 28, 2020. 13. Junior Champion (10, 11, 12) Rosette 14. Reserve Junior Champion - Rosette 15. Late Senior Yearling Heifers - Born between Nov. 1 and Dec. 31, 2019. 16. Early Senior Yearling Heifers - Born between Sept. 1 and Oct. 31, 2019. 17. Senior Champion Heifer (15, 16) - Rosette 18. Reserve Senior Champion Heifer - Rosette 19. Cow/Calf - Calf Born Jan. 1, 2021 or later. Calf can be shown in individual classes and must be given the opportunity to nurse. (Eligible for grand champion.) 20. Grand Champion Female - Banner 21. Reserve Grand Champion Female - Rosette 22. Junior Bull Calves - Born on or after Jan. 1, 2021. 23. Late Senior Bull Calves - Born between Nov. 1 and Dec. 31, 2020. 24. Early Senior Bull Calves - Born between Sept. 1 and Oct. 31, 2020. 25. Bull Calf Champion (22, 23, 24) - Rosette 26. Reserve Bull Calf Champion - Rosette 27. Late Summer Yearling Bull Calf - Born between July 1 and Aug. 31, 2020. 28. Early Summer Yearling Bulls - Born between May 1 and June 30, 2020. 29. Intermediate Champion Bull (27, 28) - Rosette 30. Reserve Intermediate Champion Bull - Rosette 31. April Junior Yearling Bulls - Born between April 1, and April 30, 2020. 32. March Junior Yearling Bulls - Born between Mar. 1 and Mar. 31, 2020. 33. Early Junior Yearling Bulls - Born between Jan. 1 and Feb. 28, 2020. 34. Junior Champion Bull (31, 32, 33) - Rosette 35. Reserve Junior Champion Bull - Rosette 36. Senior Yearling Bulls - Born between Sept. 1 and Dec. 31, 2019. 37. Summer Senior Yearling Bulls - Born between May 1 and Aug. 31, 2019. 38. Two Year Old Bulls - Born between Jan. 1 and April 30, 2019. 39. Senior Champion Bull (36, 37, 38) - Rosette 40. Reserve Senior Champion Bull - Rosette 41. Grand Champion Bull - Banner 42. Reserve Grand Champion Bull - Rosette 43. Get-of-Sire - Four (4) animals, both sexes represented. 44. Junior Get-of-Sire - Three (3) animals by one sire, both

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sexes represented in classes 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 22, 23, 24, 27, 28. 45. Breeder Six Head - Bred and owned or co-owned by exhibitor and shown in individual classes. CLASS 7 - Salers Friday, July 30th - 10:00 am Superintendent - Corey Malone, Jonathan Williams Lot 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23.

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Heifers, Summer Calves-calved on or after April 1, 2021 Heifers, Early Spring Calves-calved In March 2021 Heifers, Late Junior Calves-calved in February 2021 Heifers, Early Junior Calves-calved in January 2021 JUNIOR HEIFER CALF CHAMPION RESERVE JUNIOR HEIFER CALF CHAMPION Heifers, Winter Calves-calved Oct. through Dec. 2020 Heifers, Senior Calves-calved Aug. through Sept. 2020 SENIOR HEIFER CALF CHAMPION RESERVE SENIOR HEIFER CALF CHAMPION Heifers, Summer Yearlings - calved May through July 2020 Heifers, Late Spring Yearling Heifers-calved in April 2020 t Heifers, Early Spring Yearlings-Calved in March 2020 JUNIOR CHAMPION HEIFER RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION HEIFER Heifers, Junior Yearling -calved in February 2020 Heifers, Junior Yearling -calved in January 2020 Early Sr. Yearling Heifers-calved Oct. through Dec. 2019 SENIOR CHAMPION HEIFER RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION HEIFER GRAND CHAMPION HEIFER RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION HEIFER Cows under 3 years of age on the day of show and her natural nursing calf which is 8 months of age or under on the day of show. Cow must be lactating. Cows 3 years of age but under 6 years of age on the day of show and her natural nursing calf which is 8 months of age or under on the day of show. Cow must be lactating. GRAND CHAMPION COW/CALF RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION COW/CALF Bulls, Summer Calves-Calved in or after April 2021 Bulls, Early Spring Calves-Calved in March 2021 Bulls, Late Junior Calves-Calved in February 2021 Bulls, Early Junior Calves-Calved in January 2021 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------JUNIOR BULL CALF CHAMPION RESERVE JUNIOR BULL CALF CHAMPION Bulls, Winter Calves-calved Oct. lhrough Dec. 2020 Bulls, Senior Calves-Calved Aug. lhrough Sept. 2020 SENIOR BULL CALF CHAMPION RESERVE SENIOR BULL CALF CHAMPION Bulls, Summer Yearling-calved May through July 2020 Bulls, Late Spring Yearlings-Calved in April 2Q18 Bulls, Early Spring Yearlings-Calved in March 2020

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Bulls, Junior Yearlings-Calved February 2020 . Bulls, Junior Yearlings-Calved January 2020 JUNIOR CHAMPION BULL RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION BULL Bulls, Senior yearlings-Calved Aug. lhrough Dec. 2019 Bulls, Two Year Olds-Calved January through July 2019 J Early Senior Bull-Calved Oct. through Dec. 2018 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------SENIOR CHAMPION BULL RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION BULL GRAND CHAMPION BULL RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION BULL Junior Get-of-Sire: Three animals shown (Classes 1-10 & 27-35) in lhe above single entry classes of Senior calves and younger, progeny of one sire, must include bolh sexes. Get-of-Sire: Four animals shown in above single entry classes, progeny of one sire, must include bolh sexes. Produce of Dam: Two animals shown in above single enlry classes, eilher or both sexes from same dam Best of Five Head: All five head must owned or c-owned by one exhibitor.

Department: D Junior Chicken Show Thursday, July 29th Check-in and Testing: 6:00 p.m. Show: 7:00 p.m. Showmanship classes; Judging classes to follow PREMIUMS: Showmanship: 1st - $6.00 2nd - $5.00 3rd - $4.00 Judged Classes: 1st - $4.00 2nd - $3.00 3rd - $2.00 TESTING Poultry must be accompanied by evidence of a negative test for Pullorum-Typhoid within 90 days or be tested on-site prior to exhibition following strict biosecurity procedures, or originate directly from a flock which has been certified as Pullorum-Typhoid Clean under the Tennessee Poultry Improvement Plan. As part of increased awareness and surveillance for Avian Influenza and other poultry diseases, all bird’s physical appearance will be assessed at the time testing is conducted. Any birds that have comingled with birds of unknown disease status must test negative Pollorum-Typhoid prior to exhibition. • No one will interfere with judges or the birds during judging under penalty of and forfeiture of prizes. • Judges’ decision will be final. • There will be NO sales of poultry from the barn during the Fair. • Pre-registration entry fee: $2.00 per bird. • On-site registration fee day of show: $4.00 per bird. Youth exhibitor free fair entry. • Entry Fee Must Accompany Entry.


Page 42 • GREENE COUNTY FAIR • July 2021 Showmanship – prior to the Junior Chicken Show. NOTE: Chicken does not have to be owned by exhibitor. The following link provides tasks involved in these classes: http://youthexhibitionpoultry.org. Class 1 Lot 1 – High School (grades 9-12) Lot 2 – Middle School (grades 6-8) Lot 3 – Elementary School (grades 3-5) Lot 4 – * Early Elementary School (grades K-2) Lot 5 – * Preschool (Age 4 years and under) Competitors will handle chickens independently; however, preschool and early elementary entrants must have a partner (older sibling, friend, parent, etc.) ALL BREEDS- Large Fowl and Bantam Class 2: Birds under 1 year of age Lot 1 - Pullets (females under 1 year of age) Lot 2 – Cockerels (males under 1 year of age) Class 3: Birds over 1 year of age Lot 3 – Hens (female birds 1 year of age or older) Lot 4 – Cocks (male birds 1 year of age or older) ENTERTAINMENT Class 4: Best Dressed Bird – costume class. A description of the bird’s costume must be provided day of show. Lot 1 – Pullets and Hens Lot 2 – Cockerels and Cocks Exhibition of Exotic Birds Exhibitor must receive permission from Chicken Department Committee to display bird(s). No premiums provided.

www.greenecountyfair.com a disinfectant approved by USDA, APHIS between each scheduled fair or exhibition. B. All livestock (except poultry and equine) which enter fairs and exhibitions shall be accompanied by an official veterinary health certificate with individual permanent identification. Certificates for this purpose shall be valid for ninety (90) days from date of issue. (Tennessee livestock only – out-of-state certificates are valid for thirty (30) days from the date of issue) C. No animal showing clinical signs of infectious or communicable disease shall be allowed to enter or remain on premises of fairs or exhibitions. It shall be the responsibility of the manager of each event to assure prompt removal of such animals. II LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY ORIGINATING WITHIN THE STATE OF TENNESSEE [Certificates of Veterinary Inspection Valid for a Period of Ninety (90) Days] A. SWINE: All swine which enter fairs and exhibitions shall be accompanied by an official veterinary health certificate with individual permanent identification or sufficient description to identify each animal. B. CATTLE: All cattle which enter fairs and exhibitions shall be accompanied by an official veterinary health certificate with individual permanent, official identification. C. POULTRY: (1) Sponsors of poultry shows or exhibitions shall notify the Tennessee Department of Agriculture at least thirty (30) days prior to show or exhibition. (2) Poultry found not to be in apparent good health shall be removed immediately from any show or exhibition. D. HORSES & OTHER EQUIDAE:

Youth Education Displays A non-interactive, table top-board may be displayed. A tri-fold board is suggested. Content must focus on an educational topic about any area of poultry. No premiums awarded in the Chicken Department; however, youth in grades 4-12 may enter their display in the 4-H Department for competition and premiums.

TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE DIVISION OF CONSUMER & INDUSTRY SERVICES ANIMAL HEALTH SUMMARY: LIVESTOCK HEALTH REQUIREMENTS FOR FAIRS AND EXHIBITIONS I GENERAL: A. All stalls, pens, chutes, etc. located on the grounds of fairs and exhibitions shall be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected with

Horses and other Equidae six (6) months of age and older must have a negative Equine Infectious Anemia test within the preceding twelve (12) months.

panied by an official health certificate and be in compliance with 0080-2-1-.02, and Title 9, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 79.1 through 79.4. (2) Goats imported into Tennessee for immediate slaughter to an approved slaughter establishment or to an approved livestock market for sale to a slaughter establishment shall only be required to have a transportation document and be in compliance with Title 9, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 79.1 through 79.4. (3) All registered breeding goats, goats that have been commingled with sheep, goats for exhibition and dairy goats that move within the state, including for change of ownership, shows, fairs, expositions or slaughter shall be permanently, individually identified by a method approved in Title 9, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 79.1 through 79.4. G. CAMELIDS: Camelids must have an official veterinary health certificate as provided in Rule 0080-2-3-.01 (1). D. CAPTIVE CERVIDAE: Captive Cervidae must have an official veterinary health certificate as provided in Rule 0080-2-3-.01 (1). III LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY ORIGINATING OUTSIDE THE STATE OF TENNESSEE Livestock and Poultry entering fairs and exhibitions from areas outside the State of Tennessee shall be subject to current Tennessee import requirements. Please contact the state veterinarian’s office regarding questions or recent changes to these rules. These interstate requirements are summarized as follows: A. ALL SPECIES (except poultry): Official Certificate of Veterinary Inspection valid for thirty (30) days and individual permanent official identification, except for equine. Equine must have sufficient description to identify the animal. B. CATTLE: Certificate of Veterinary Inspection and additional requirements as follows:

E. SHEEP

(1) Tuberculosis: No requirements except for cattle originating from regions not considered free of tuberculosis.

(1) All sheep imported into or through Tennessee shall be accompanied by an official health certificate and be in compliance with 0080-2-1-.02, and Title 9, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 79.1 through 79.4.

(2) Brucellosis: No requirements except for cattle originating from regions not considered free of brucellosis. Test eligible cattle – Intact male or female cattle eighteen (18) months or older. (Vaccinates and non-vaccinates)

(2) All sheep that move within the state, with the exception of wethers under the age of 18 months that are produced for slaughter only, including for change of ownership, shows, fairs, expositions or slaughter shall be permanently, individually identified by a method approved in Title 9, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 79.1 through 79.4.

C. SWINE: No testing requirements for swine unless originating from a region not considered free of Brucellosis and Pseudorabies. D. HORSES AND OTHER EQUINES: Animals six (6) months of age or older - negative equine infectious anemia (Swamp Fever) test within twelve (12) months.

F. GOATS (1) Goats imported into or through Tennessee shall be accom-

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accompanied by evidence of a negative Pullorum-Typhoid test within ninety (90) days and a negative Avian Influenza test within twenty-one (21) days.

lations, Part 79.1 through 79.4.

E. SHEEP

I. CERVIDAE: Certificate of Veterinary Inspection and additional requirements as follows:

(1) All sheep imported into or through Tennessee shall be accompanied by an official health certificate and be in compliance with 0080-2-1-.02, and Title 9, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 79.1 through 79.4. (2) All sheep that move within the state, including for change of ownership, shows, fairs, expositions or slaughter shall be permanently, individually identified by a method approved in Title 9, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 79.1 through 79.4. F. GOATS (1) Goats imported into or through Tennessee shall be accompanied by an official health certificate and be in compliance with 0080-2-1-.02, and Title 9, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 79.1 through 79.4. (2) Goats imported into Tennessee for immediate slaughter to an approved slaughter establishment or to an approved livestock market for sale to a slaughter establishment shall only be required to have a transportation document and be in compliance with Title 9, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 79.1 through 79.4. (3) All registered breeding goats, goats that have been commingled with sheep, goats for exhibition and dairy goats that move within the state, including for change of ownership, shows, fairs, expositions or slaughter shall be permanently, individually identified by a method approved in Title 9, Code of Federal Regu-

H. CAMELIDAE: as for cattle.

(1) Brucellosis: for cattle.

Same requirements

Same requirements as

(2) Tuberculosis: (a) All cervidae shall originate in herds which have had a negative herd test for tuberculosis within twelve (12) months with a USDA approved single cervical test and individual imported animals shall be negative to the single cervical test within thirty (30) days of entry; or (b) Animals not originating in tested herds as described above must test negative to two (2) single cervical tests at least ninety (90) days apart, the second test conducted not more than thirty (30) days prior to entry. NOTE: (Contact an accredited veterinarian for further details of import rules). IV Fair association or exhibition or management shall inform exhibitors of the rules of this chapter and shall notify the State Veterinarian or his agent of any violations. Exhibitors shall present evidence of compliance with this chapter to the State Veterinarian or his agent upon request. These rules constitute a minimum legal standard and in no way restrict the right of fair and exhibition managers to establish additional or more stringent requirements. 3/4/2021

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