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Greetings from the Office of the Governor! Greetings from the Office of the Governor! Each summer, North Dakota’s legendary history and culture are showcased at This summer, North legendary to history and culture willevent once with again be the North Dakota State Fair, and Dakota’s this year promises be another exciting showcased at Big the North State Fair. Forthrilling 48 years, the State Fair hasanbeen one of even more “Great Fun.” Dakota With delicious food, carnival rides and Northlineup Dakota’s premiere summer food, thrilling impressive of entertainment and events, events, featuring people ofdelicious all ages will find plentycarnival to see rides andState an impressive lineup of entertainment and events. This year promises to carry and do at the Fair. on that proud tradition with even more “Great Big Fun” for the entire family to enjoy. Fun and adventure will headline each day. With exciting events and activities daybull willriding, be packed of fun andcontests, adventure people of allparade, ages. Whether such as autoEach racing, horsefull pulls, clown thefor state’s largest a you enjoy auto racing, horseconcerts, pulls, clown contests, the state’s parade, a spectacular fireworks displaybull andriding, big-name the North Dakota State largest Fair offers spectacular fireworks display, big-name concerts and much more, you will find plenty to something for the entire family to enjoy. see and do at the North Dakota State Fair. The State Fair also showcases agriculture in North Dakota and celebrates the rich The State Fair also showcases agriculture in North Dakota and celebrates the rich heritage and valuable contributions of the state’s largest industry. Thousands of 4-H heritage and valuable contributions of the state’s largest industry. Thousands of 4-H and and FFA entries, as well as products created by North Dakota businesses, will be on FFA entries, as well as products created by North Dakota businesses, will be on display, display, highlighting the innovation of our young people and the entrepreneurial spirit of highlighting the innovation of our young people and the entrepreneurial spirit of our our citizens. citizens. The 2012 North Dakota State Fair is your destination for fun and entertainment The 2013 North Dakota State Fair is your destination for fun and entertainment this summer. Don’t missmiss the many events, attractions and and opportunities for for a legendary this summer. Don’t the many events, attractions opportunities a legendary experience. You You will be you you mademade the State FairFair partpart of your vacation plans. experience. willglad be glad the State of your vacation plans. Sincerely, Sincerely,

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Index Agriculture Products ...............................................................44 – 47 Beef .........................................................................................19 – 21 Junior Steer & Heifer Show.........................................................21 Market Steer Show.......................................................................20 Carnival Ride Promotions ...............................................................10 Dairy........................................................................................22 – 23 Dairy Goats .............................................................................35 – 36 Education ...............................................................................70 – 71 Fairs & Celebrations Schedule..........................................................7 Fine Arts & Crafts...................................................................52 – 55 Foods .......................................................................................56 – 61 General Information ........................................................................11 Goats .......................................................................................33 – 34 IAFE Code of Ethics .......................................................................17 Livestock Exhibitor’s Rules....................................................14 – 15 Livestock Health Requirements..............................................16 – 17 Livestock Schedule .........................................................................18 Needlework .............................................................................63 – 67 ND State Dairy Show..............................................................23 – 24 Photography ............................................................................68 – 69 Plants & Flowers.....................................................................48 – 50 Poultry .....................................................................................37 – 42 Rabbits.....................................................................................31 – 32 Sheep .......................................................................................28 – 30 Special Events .............................................................................4 – 5 State Fair Board / Staff......................................................................3 Swine.......................................................................................25 – 27 Writing/Heritage Contest ................................................................72 2

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North Dakota State Fair

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Gary Knell (Hazen) President

Neil Fleming (Cavalier)

Charles Meikle (Spiritwood) Vice President

Connie Hanson (Devils Lake)

Kandi Mikkelson (Minot)

Lee Ann Karsky (Dickinson)

Secretary

Treasurer

Dennis Wendel (LaMoure)

Kelly Hanson (Hannaford)

Butch Haugland (Ambrose)

North Dakota State Fair

STAFF MEMBERS

Renae Korslien

Craig Rudland

Steve Hoff

General Manager

Assistant General Manager

Maintenance Coordinator

Tracy Pelzer

Shelly Parish

Jen Hubrig

Finance & Commercial Sales Director

Competitive Exhibits Director and Human Resources

Marketing Director

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NPRA CHAMPIONSHIP BULL RIDING MONDAY, JULY 22 TUESDAY, JULY 23 7:00 P.M. ALL SEASONS ARENA

RANCH RODEO Featuring teams of the region’s best cowboys and cowgirls

WEDNESDAY, JULY 24 THURSDAY, JULY 25 7:00 P.M. ALL SEASONS ARENA

Miss Rodeo North Dakota State Fair Pageant 2014 Attention: Ladies ages 18 – 22 The North Dakota State Fair is looking for young women to participate in the Miss Rodeo North Dakota State Fair Pageant Friday, July 19, 2013. The Pageant Queen will receive a traveling silver crown, a 2014 pageant belt buckle, and many prizes including clothing, gift certificates, barrel saddle, Montana Silversmith jewelry, and more. She will also represent the North Dakota State Fair at the 2015 Miss Rodeo North Dakota Pageant in October 2014. For more information, a schedule, sponsorship materials or applications, please contact the ND State Fair office at 701-857-7620 or Leslie Herslip-Stevens at 701-578-4953 or pagcoordinator@yahoo.com Thank you to these pageant sponsors: Tractor Supply, RCC Western Store, Farm & Ranch Guide, North Country Mercantile, Herberger’s, United Printing, Gooseneck Implement, Farm Credit Services, and Behm Energy, Inc. All contestants will compete in modeling of western wear, interviews, and horsemanship.

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Tile the State Fair Center! Leave your mark on the North Dakota State Fair by purchasing a tile. These marble tiles will first be used to tile the Upper Atrium of theState Fair Center. Each tile can be engraved with a family name, logo or any other text. 1' x 2' $500

The North Dakota State Fair Foundation exists to preserve and enhance the North Dakota State Fair, and all that it encompasses, for posterity. With your support we can continue to offer and improve upon the programs, facilities, rich tradition, and therefore experiences, that only the North Dakota State Fair can offer. w w w. n d s t a t e f a i r f o u n d a t i o n . c o m

Name____________________________________________________________________ Address __________________________________________________________________ City_______________________________________ State_________ Zip______________ Phone ___________________________________________________________________ Email ____________________________________________________________________ Tile Size: I 1' x 2' I 1' x 1' Message (25 characters or less)_______________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ Payment: I Check enclosed (payable to ND State Fair Foundation) Payment: I MasterCard I Visa I Discover I American Express Credit Card Number ________________________________________________________ Expiration Date _______________________________________ Security Code_________ Cardholder Signature _______________________________________________________ Please return to ND State Fair Foundation, PO Box 1796, Minot, ND 58702.

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NORTH DAKOTA’S FAIRS & CELEBRATIONS WELCOME YOU Dates and Locations of Fairs and Celebrations in 2013 1

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MARCH Dates: March 5 – 10 Event: North Dakota Winter Show - Valley City Map Info: 1 [D-7] JUNE Dates: June 7 – 9 Event: McLean County Fair - Underwood Map Info: 19 [C-4] Dates: June 7 – 9 Event: Oakes Irrigation Days - Oakes Map Info: 2 [E-7] Dates: June 25 – 27 Event: Foster County Fair - Carrington Map Info: 3 [C-6]

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Dates: June 13 – 17 Event: Bottineau County Fair - Bottineau Map Info: 4 [A-4]

Dates: July 10 – 13 Event: Kidder County Fair - Steele Map Info: 16 [D-5]

Dates: August 1 – 4 Event: Golden Valley County Fair - Beach Map Info: 30 [D-1]

Dates: June 14 – 16 Event: Divide County Fair - Crosby Map Info: 5 [A-1]

Dates: July 10 – 13 Event: Stutsman County Fair - Jamestown Map Info: 17 [D-6]

Dates: August 15 – 18 Event: Grant County Fair - Carson Map Info: 29 [E-3]

Dates: June 16 – 17 Event: Burke County Fair - Flaxton Map Info: 6 [A-2]

Dates: July 11 – 14 Event: Hettinger County Fair - Mott Map Info: 20 [E-2]

Dates: August 22 – 25 Event: Ransom County Fair - Lisbon Map Info: 31 [E-7]

Dates: June 26 – 30 Event: Greater Grand Forks Fair - Grand Forks Map Info: 8 [B-8]

Dates: July 11 – 13 Event: Griggs County Fair - Cooperstown Map Info: 22 [C-7]

Dates: June 26 – 27 Event: Ramsey County Fair - Devils Lake Map Info: 7 [B-6]

Dates: July 9 – 14 Event: Red River Valley Fair - West Fargo Map Info: 23 [D-8]

Dates: June 25 – 30 Event: Upper Missouri Valley Fair - Williston Map Info: 9 [B-1]

Dates: July 12 – 14 Event: Dickey County Fair - Ellendale Map Info: 21 [E-7]

Dates: June 20 – 23 Event: Mercer County Fair - Beulah Map Info: 10 [C-3]

Dates: July 11 – 14 Event: Bowman County Fair - Bowman Map Info: 18 [D-2]

Dates: June 20 – 23 Event: Wells County Fair - Fessenden Map Info: 12 [C-5]

Dates: July 11 – 14 Event: Tri-County Fair - Wishek Map Info: 24 [E-6]

Dates: June 27 – July 6 Event: Stark County Fair & Roughrider Days Dickinson Map Info: 13 [D-2]

Dates: July 19 - 27 Event: North Dakota State Fair - Minot Map Info: 25 [B-4]

JULY Dates: July 4 – 7 Event: Pierce County Fair - Rugby Map Info: 15 [B-5] Dates: July 4 – 7 Event: Hazen Centennial - Hazen Map Info: 33 [D-4] Dates: July 4 – 6 Event: Pembina County Fair - Hamilton Map Info: 11 [A-7] J uly 19 - 27, 2013

SEPTEMBER Dates: September 10 – 12 Event: Big Iron Farm Show - West Fargo Map Info: 23 [D-8] Dates: September 14 Event: Ellendale Apple Fest - Ellendale Map Info: 21 [E-7] OCTOBER Dates: October 16 – 19 Event: Walsh County Fair - Park River Map Info: 32 [B-7] DECEMBER Dates: December 5 – 9 Event: North Star Classic - Valley City Map Info: 1[D-7]

Dates: July 26 - 28 Event: Sargent County Fair - Forman Map Info: 26 [E-7] AUGUST Dates: August 2 – 4 Event: Adams County Fair - Hettinger Map Info: 27 [E-2] Dates: August 2 – 4 Event: Morton County Fair - New Salem Map Info: 28 [D-4]

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2013 NORTH DAKOTA STATE FAIR

AG DAYS MONDAY – WEDNESDAY • JULY 22 – 24, 2013

MONDAY, JULY 22 KMOT/Pride of Dakota Day/Food Drive 8 a.m. .......Open Class Sheep Shows, Expo Barn 8 a.m. .......Open Class Beef Shows, All Seasons Arena 8 a.m. .......4-H and FFA Horse Show, Heritage Hall 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. .......$1 lunch sponsored by ND Dept. of Ag, Festival Tent 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. .......4-H QR Code Scavenger Hunt, 4-H Office 10 am – 6 p.m. .......Canstruction Exhibit, State Fair Center 1:30 p.m. .......Open Class Steer Show, All Seasons Arena 3 p.m. .......Supreme Ewe & Ram, Expo Barn 3 p.m. .......4-H Clothing Revue, Upper Atrium 5 p.m. .......Open Class Market Lamb Show, Expo Barn 7 p.m. .......NPRA Championship Bull Riding, All Seasons Arena

TUESDAY, JULY 23 Xcel Energy Family Day 8 a.m........4-H and FFA Horse Show, Heritage Hall and All Seasons Arena 9 a.m........Jr. Beef Shows, Expo Barn 10 am – 6 p.m. .......Canstruction Exhibit State Fair Center 11 am - 6 p.m........4-H QR Code Hunt - 4-H Office 2 p.m........Kids’ Pedal Pull, In front of KX Info Center 7 p.m........NPRA Championship Bull Riding, All Seasons Arena

WEDNESDAY, JULY 24 KX/Co-op Day 7:30 a.m. – 9: 30 a.m.........KX Co-op Breakfast, South of Horse Barn II 8 a.m.........4-H and FFA Horse Show, Heritage Hall 8 a.m.........Jr. Steer & Heifer Show, All Seasons Arena 8 a.m.........4-H Swine Show, Expo Barn 9 a.m.........4-H Rabbit Show, Bunny Barn 11:30 a.m.........FFA Rabbit Show, Bunny Barn 10 am – 6 p.m.........Canstruction Exhibit State Fair Center 1 p.m.........4-H Sheep Show, Expo Barn 1:30 p.m.........Kids’ Show De O, Heritage Hall 2 p.m.........Open Class Rabbit Show, Bunny Barn 7 p.m.........Ranch Rodeo, All Seasons Arena

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$60.00 Mega Ride Season Pass * When purchased by July 1st • $70 after July 1st

All midway rides — all day, every day TO PURCHASE: www.ndstatefair.com • 701-852-FAIR Visit MarketPlace Foods in Minot Mega Ride is not valid on live animal rides or Thrill Zone attractions.

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NORTH DAKOTA STATE FAIR PO Box 1796 • Minot, North Dakota 58702 • Tickets: 701-852-FAIR • 701-857-7620 Fax: 701-857-7622 • Email: ndsf@minot.com • Web: www.ndstatefair.com

Information 1. The North Dakota State Fair for 2013 will be open to the public at 8:00 a.m. 2. Competition open to everyone unless otherwise stated. 3. During the Fair, the grounds will be kept and equipped to the best of our ability and resources for the comfort of the public. 4. A first aid station will be maintained at the Ambulance Station located at Gate E for use in case of accident or illness. 5. An information desk will be maintained in the Media Center in front of Commercial I. The management will consider it a favor if persons will report any mistreatment or extortion practice by any employee of the fair or concessionaires. DO NOT WAIT until the Fair is over to file a complaint. DO IT AT ONCE. Gate Admission Charges Children 6 and under ..........................................................................................Free Youth Daily Gate Pass, ages 7 thru 12 .............................................................$4.00 Youth Season Gate Pass (entire Fair) .............................................................$15.00 Adult Daily Gate Pass ......................................................................................$8.00 Adult Season Gate Pass (entire Fair)..............................................................$25.00 Season, 4-H & FFA Exhibitors.......................................................................$10.00 Card carrying members, age 19 and under only Season passes may be exchanged for a wristband at the treasurer’s office. (Wristband void if removed.) Parking, East Lot ................................................................................................Free Season passes are available at the ND State Fair office, online at ww.ndstatefair.com, or by phone: 701-857-7620.

General Rules and Regulations 1. The North Dakota State Fair Board reserves the final and absolute right to interpret these rules and regulations and settle and determine all matters, questions and differences in regard thereto, or otherwise arising out of, connected with, or incident to the Fair. 2. Removal time of exhibits is specified in each department. No exceptions unless by written permission from the office. 3. Exhibits not removed or arrangements made for their removal within ten days of close of Fair will become property of the Fair. 4. The board reserves the right to reject any entries offered, particularly such as require an unreasonable amount of space. 5. Exhibitors are required to give attention to their exhibits, and at the close of the Fair, to attend promptly to their removal. 6. The board will carefully guard against extortion in any form practiced on patrons of the Fair. A violation of this rule shall cause forfeiture of contract and money paid and involves expulsion from the grounds as the secretary of the board may direct. 7. The board reserves the right to formulate and announce new rules to meet emergencies that may arise later and during the Fair, and to adjudicate all matters arising from the Fair after it is held. 8. The board reserves the right to direct and regulate the parking of all automobiles or other vehicles or conveyances within the Fairgrounds and to direct where they shall be driven therein. It may prohibit the running of automobiles in any section of the grounds whenever, in its opinion, common safety demands it. 9. The Fair management and board reserve the right to exclude from the Fairgrounds any person or persons whom they may deem undesirable, or who shall violate any of the rules laid down by the management, or who shall otherwise become offensive.

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10. No roller blades or bicycles allowed on Fairgrounds. 11. Only livestock and/or horse exhibitors will be allowed to have dogs on the fairgrounds in camping areas as well as in the livestock and/or horse barns, but under NO circumstances will dogs be allowed south of the barns.

Gates and Parking In order to better facilitate exhibitors and speed up traffic, the following rules will be in force in regard to passes: Livestock Exhibitors........................................................Northwest Gate - GATE F Horse Exhibitors..............................................................Northwest Gate - GATE F Commercial and Machinery Exhibitors.......................................................GATE D

Stock Trailer Parking All livestock trailers and vehicles must be parked in the west parking lot due to limited space on the Fairgrounds. Horse exhibitors may park west of Heritage Hall. Horse exhibitors are afforded these privileges as we change the horse barns over four times and charge the horse exhibitors $15/day for open class stalls. A shuttle will run from the west lot to the barns for the convenience of exhibitors. The shuttle can be used to haul feed, tack, supplies, etc.

No Liability 1. Every possible protection and courtesy will be extended to the public, concessionaires and exhibitors at the North Dakota State Fair, but the board shall not be responsible for any loss of exhibits, animals, or equipment in case of fire, theft, or from loss from any other cause. 2. The North Dakota State Fair Board, its agents, servants, and employees shall not be held liable in case of injury to exhibitors, concessionaires, or the public on the grounds or in the buildings from any cause whatsoever while on the grounds of the North Dakota State Fair. Livestock Exhibitor RV Camping Advance Admissions RV Parking: State Fair’s on-grounds RV parking spaces will be sold in advance for the 2013 Fair. Payment: Payment must be received with this reservation to be held. Length of Stay: No exceptions can be made for length of stay; you shall be required to leave at your specific time and date. Violators will be towed. Tickets and Admission: No RV space will be reserved unless accompanied by gate ticket admission for at least the same number of days. Vehicle Pass: All vehicles except motorhomes and pickup campers with RV stickers must have valid vehicle passes, unless the motorhome and/or pickup camper is used for general transportation, then it too shall need a vehicle pass. Auto passes are available only to registered exhibitors. Service Available: Electrical services are available on first come, first serve basis only. Exhibitors asking for electricity will need a 100’ extension cord and be limited to 120 volts/20 amps. Those drawing more than 20 amps will be disconnected without a refund. Pump out and fill services are available through independent contractors. These services can be arranged by going to the camping office, located in the State Fair Center, by 4 p.m. the day prior. Comments: • Quiet time - 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. • Contracted space will be 14’ x 28’ • Exhibitors are responsible to pick up their own garbage • No grey or black water dumping on site except by contracted pumper • Showers available in the Expo Barn, Arena II, and the West Lot Comfort Station • RV space not sold for general parking of non-RV vehicles.

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ACCOMMODATIONS LA QUINTA

HOTELS/MOTELS

1605 35TH AVE SW • 701-837-7900 Non-smoking, Pool, Fitness Center, Cable TV, Breakfast, Laundry

ASTORIA HOTEL & SUITES 3500 South Broadway • 701-838-5200 Pool, Cont. Breakfast, High Speed Internet, Cable TV, Refrigerator/microwave in all rooms

BAYMONT INN & SUITES 1609 35th Ave SW • 701-837-1700 Pool, Cont. Breakfast, High Speed Internet, Cable TV, Pet Friendly, Business Room

BEST WESTERN KELLY INN 1510 26TH AVE. SW • 701-852-4300/800-735-5868 www.bestwesternminot.com Pool, Jacuzzi Suites, Cont. Breakfast, High Speed Internet, Cable TV, Non-smoking

CANDLEWOOD SUITES 900 37TH AVE SW • 701-858-7700/1-877-CANDLEWOOD www.candlewoodsuites.com/minotnd Laundry, Kitchenettes, High Speed Internet, Gym, Cable TV, Pets Allowed

MAINSTAY SUITES 1212 31ST AVENUE SW • 701-852-6246/701-838-7829 www.mainstaysuites.com Next to Dakota Square Mall, Cont. Breakfast, Kitchenettes, Laundry, High-Speed Internet

MAGIC CITY HOTEL 1901 S Broadway • 701-838-4840 WiFi, Cable

MICROTEL 3610 4th St SW • 839-2200 • 800-230-4134 Cont. Breakfast, Cable TV, Laundry, WiFi

MY PLACE MINOT 3501 4th Street SW • 701-838-2300 www.myplacehotels.com Cable TV, HDMI Hookups, WiFi, Ironing Board, Pet Friendly

CASA MOTEL & CAMPGROUNDS 1900 WEST 2 & 52 BYPASS • 701-852-2352 Air Conditioning, WiFi, Cable TV, Refrigerator/Microwave

NOBLE INN 1009 20th Avenue SE • 701-837-1500 Cont. Breakfast, Kitchens, High Speed Internet, Laundry, Fitness Center

COMFORT INN 1515 22ND AVE. SW • 701-852-2201/800-221-2222 www.comfortinn.com/hotel/ND004 Pool, Pets Allowed, Non-smoking, Cable TV, High Speed Internet, Laundry, Refrigerator/Microwave

COUNTRY INN & SUITES

SELECT INN 225 22ND AVE. NW • 701-852-3411/800-641-1000 www.selectinn.com Cont. Breakfast, Laundry, Kitchenettes, Cable TV

SIERRA INN

1900 22ND AVE SW • 701-837-1900 High Speed Internet, Cont. Breakfast, Refrigerator, Coffee Maker, Cable TV, Non-smoking

929 20th Avenue SE • 701-837-1800 Cont. Breakfast, Fitness Center, Microwave/refrigerator, Laundry, Pool, WiFi

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DAKOTA INN 2401 WEST 2 & 52 BYPASS • 701-838-2700/800-862-5003 Pool, Pets Allowed, Cont. Breakfast, Wireless Internet, Laundry, Refrigerator/Microwave, Cable TV

DAYS INN 2100 4TH ST. SW • 701-852-3646/800-329-7466 www.daysinn.com Pool, Laundry, Pets Allowed, High Speed Internet, Refrigerator/Microwave, Cable TV, Cont. Breakfast

ECONO LODGE

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SOURIS VALLEY SUITES 800 37th Avenue SW • 701-858-7300 www.sourisvalleysuites.com Complimentary Hot Breakfast Buffet, Fitness Center, Pavillion, WiFi, Cable TV, Pet Friendly, Business Room

STAY BRIDGE SUITES 3009 S Broadway • 701-852-0852/877-654-0232 Indoor Pool, WiFi, Laundry, Pet Friendly

3916 North Broadway • 701-838-3916 www.choicehotels.com WiFi, Cable TV, Pet Friendly, Cont. Breakfast, Refrigerator/microwave

SUPER 8 MOTEL

FAIRFIELD INN 900 24TH AVE. SW • 701-838-2424/800-228-2800 www.marriott.com/motfi Pool, Cable TV, Deluxe Cont. Breakfast, High Speed Internet, Next to Dakota Square Mall

1315 N. BROADWAY • 701-852-1817/800-800-8000 www.super8.com Cont. Breakfast, Laundry, Cable TV, High Speed Internet

THE VEGAS MOTEL 2315 N. BROADWAY • 701-839-3000 www.thevegasmotel.com Pool, Restaurant, Cont. Breakfast, Pets Allowed, Across from Airport, Laundry, Wireless Internet

FAIRVIEW LODGE 1900 BURDICK EXPY EAST • 701-852-4488/800-836-2047 Across the street from the Fairgrounds

CAMPGROUNDS

GRAND INTERNATIONAL INN 1505 N. BROADWAY • 701-852-3161/800-735-4493 www.internationalinn.com Pool, Pets Allowed, High Speed Internet, Valet, Laundry, Restaurant, Across from Airport

GUEST LODGE 1937 N. BROADWAY • 701-852-5600 Located by Airport, Cable TV, Air Conditioning, Cont. Breakfast, Senior Discount

HAMPTON INN AND SUITES 1400 N. BROADWAY • 701-838-1400 Pool, Cable TV, Fitness Center, Coffee Maker

HILLCREST MOTEL 416 South Broadway • 701-852-1214 Refrigerator/Microwave, Cable TV

HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS HOTEL AND SUITES 300 37TH AVE SW • 701-837-1200/800-HOLIDAY www.hiexpress.com Pool, Cont. Breakfast, Cable TV, High Speed Internet

HOLIDAY INN-RIVERSIDE 2200 BURDICK EXPY EAST • 701-852-2504/800-468-9968 www.holidayinn.com/minotnd Pool, Restaurant, High Speed Internet, Cable TV, Across from Fairgrounds

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CASA RV Park 1900 WEST 2 & 52 BYPASS • 701-852-2352 Cable TV, WiFi, City Water, Sewer, Electricity, Showers, Laundry Facility

EXPRESSWAY RV PARK 717 27TH ST SE • 701-852-6889 Full Hookups, Sewer, Showers, Phone Hookup

PAT’S CAMPGROUND 2025 27TH ST SE • 701-858-9949 Showers, Water & Sewere Hook-ups, Playground

ROUGHRIDER CAMPGROUND 500 54TH ST. NW • 701-852-8442 www.minot.com/roughrid Full Hookups, Showers, Laundry, Playground, Game Room, Convenience Store, Public Phone

SWENSON VALLEY VIEW RV PARK 1945 20th Avenue SE • 701-839-8878 www.swensonrv.com/rvpark.htm Laundry, Showers, Full Hook-ups, Recreation, WiFi, Dump Station, Pet Friendly, Partial Handicap Access

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LIVESTOCK EXHIBITORS RULES 1. Entries must be made on the furnished entry blanks, and filled out, giving all information asked. Write plainly. Be sure to give the name and address of owner or owners and class and lot numbers in which the animal is to be entered, as printed in the premium list. 2. Livestock entries will close July 9 at 5 p.m. Livestock entries may be made after that date by paying double the normal stall and pen fees. 3. All 4-H and FFA members who plan to exhibit in the Open Class shows at the North Dakota State Fair must make entry on the official Open Class entry blanks prior to July 9, 2013. Open Class entry fees must accompany the entry blanks. Exhibitor must use class and lot numbers as listed in Open Class premium list. Open Class entry blanks and premium book may be obtained from the North Dakota State Fair, P.O. Box 1796, Minot, ND 58702, or online at www.ndstatefair.com. 4. Beef animals in the Expo Barn will be bedded on wood chips. Exhibitors will be assessed a bedding charge of $14 per animal. Nonpayment will result in premium forfeiture. No straw will be allowed. 5. Entries must specify the name of animal, its age, sex and description, and if purebred, also state breed, registered number, sire and dam and their registered numbers. Certificate of registry must be furnished to the superintendent on demand except in case of very young animals where certificates and registry numbers will not be required. 6. Animals must be entered in the name of the bona fide owner or owners, except get of sire and produce of dam, and should any prove to be otherwise entered, premiums awarded them will be forfeited to the Fair. Affidavit of ownership may be required and must be produced if demanded. 7. Animals to compose a competitive group need not be named in application for entry, but exhibitor must indicate the group or lot in which he wishes entries made. Entries need not be made for championships. Regular entry deadline shall be adhered to. 8. No animal will be allowed to enter in more than one class or lot except in groups, herds or llamas. 9. Any attempt to show an animal out of its proper class or lot shall cause forfeiture to the Fair of all premiums won by the exhibitor. Make Your Entries Early 10. All exhibitors are expected to read the IAFE Code of Ethics and sign a statement on the entry forms indicating consent to the statements in the code. 11. All exhibitors are responsible for the welfare of their animals. Exhibitors are expected to provide adequate feed, water, bedding and housing for the comfort of their animals. It is the responsibility of the exhibitor to make arrangements for appropriate care if they are unable to be present. We encourage the humane treatment of animals and abuse will not be tolerated. The comfort and safety of the animal must be addressed throughout the show. Non-stressed animals will perform better for the handler. Exhibitors are expected to handle their animals in a gentle and calm manner and not create undue excitement in the vicinity of other livestock or persons. 12. The Drug Screen Policy may be enforced at the 2013 State Fair. Grand and Reserve Champion market beef, swine, and lamb will be subjected to a drug screen immediately following completion of judging. This drug screen may include tests for detection of the following: (1) Steroids (2) Tranquilizers (3) Antibiotics (4) Diuretics (5) Sulfas (6) Non-Steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs). If for some reason an exhibitor has an animal that has been administered antibiotics within 45 days of the show, the exhibitor must present a veterinarian’s signed statement to the show superintendent prior to judging of the class. This statement must include: (1) Reason for treatment (2) Antibiotics used plus dosage and frequency (3) Date of last treatment. 13. No exhibitor may enter more than two entries in any one lot number.

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14. Entry and release times: No tack or livestock will be allowed in the barns before Thursday, July 18 at 3 p.m. Beef: Open class beef must be penned by 12 noon Friday, July 19. Release time: 6 p.m. Monday, July 22. Sheep: Open class sheep must be penned by 12 noon Friday, July 19. Release time: 4 p.m. Monday, July 22. Swine: Open class swine must be penned by 2 p.m. Tuesday, July 23. Release time: 6 p.m. Saturday, July 27. Dairy: Open class dairy must be penned by 2 p.m. Tuesday, July 23. Release time: 6 p.m. Saturday, July 27. Dairy Goats: Open class dairy goats must be penned by 2 p.m. Tuesday, July 23. Release time: 6 p.m. Saturday, July 27. Goats: Open class Boer goats must be penned by 2 p.m. Wednesday, July 24. Release time: 6 p.m. Saturday, July 27. Rabbits: Open class rabbits must be penned by 8 p.m. Tuesday, July 23. Release time: 4 p.m. Saturday, July 27. ARBA rabbits must be penned by 6 p.m. Friday, July 19. Poultry: Open class poultry must be penned by 8 p.m. Friday, July 19. Release time: 6 p.m. Monday, July 22. 4-H/FFA Beef and Sheep: 4-H/FFA beef and sheep showing in open class and staying for 4-H/FFA, must be stalled no later than 4 p.m. Saturday, July 20 to be able to leave at 6 p.m. on the day of their last show. 4-H/FFA Beef, Sheep, Swine, Dairy and Goats: 4-H/FFA livestock must be stalled by noon Tuesday, July 23. Release day is Saturday, July 27. Times vary based on the distance they live from Minot. Junior Point Shows (Animals showing in point shows only): Beef must be stalled by noon Tuesday, July 23. Sheep must be stalled by 2 p.m. Wednesday, July 24. Swine must be stalled by 2 p.m. Friday, July 26. Goats must be stalled by 2 p.m. Friday, July 26. Release time for all shows is 6 p.m. the day of the show. 15. Removal of Dairy, Swine, Rabbits and Goats before 6 p.m. on the closing day of the Fair will result in forfeiture of all premiums, unless given permission in writing by the management. 16. Exhibitors shall indicate on the entry blank, at time of making entry, the number of stalls needed. All open class livestock will be prestalled. Send your special stalling requests with your entries. 17. No alterations in stalls allowed unless permission be first granted by the superintendent in charge. 18. Exhibitors are required to show stall card indicating breed, etc., and also to decorate their space to make the barn more attractive to the public. 19. Hay, straw, and wood chips will be available on the grounds at a reasonable charge. Cash only, no credit.

Show Rules and Judging The State Fair is a livestock exhibition which showcases superior animals. Animals which are not in ideal condition do not represent agriculture at its finest and diminish the public’s perception of agriculture. As such, animals exhibiting any condition affecting their health or comfort, in the professional opinion of the inspecting veterinarian, will not be permitted on the fairgrounds. Before unloading livestock, a state veterinarian must check all livestock to insure health and well-being of all animals exhibiting at the ND State Fair. Any animal with evidence of contagious, infectious disease will be dismissed from the fairgrounds immediately. This includes animals showing signs of localized disorders such as club lamb fungus, ringworm, or other dermatophytosis and warts, as well as systemic disease of the respiratory or GI system. Additionally, any animal with an obvious physical defect or deformity, including, but not limited to, prolapses, open sores, eye lesions, lameness or other physical injury shall be removed from the fairgrounds immediately. Animals exhibiting any condition affecting their health or comfort in the professional opinion of the inspecting veterinarian will not be permitted on the fairgrounds.

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LIVESTOCK EXHIBITORS RULES Animals who are recovering from localized skin disorders will be permitted if (1) there are no open sores, and (2) hair is beginning to grow back (as determined by inspecting veterinarian). 1. The superintendent of each division will have charge of the exhibits in his/her division and of the assistants and attendants employed there. Requests and complaints should be made through the superintendent. Exhibitors should confer daily with the superintendents of their divisions. 2. Stalls and pens must be kept open for inspection by visitors from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. each day. Exhibitors should have a representative in charge during those hours. 3. All animals competing for premiums must be brought out when called by the superintendent of the department. Failure to do so will result in forfeit of all premiums due such exhibitor. 4. No premiums will be awarded an unworthy animal. No animals having hereditary unsoundness or contagious diseases will be allowed to compete. 5. Judges need not make awards in lots where competition is lacking. 6. In lots where there is but one entry, placing will be awarded at the discretion of the judge. 7. Only animals that have been awarded first or second place in their proper lots may compete for championship awards. In judging championships the awards will be made to animals that the judge considers the best type of their breed or class. 8. In breeding classes judges will be urged to pay particular attention to superior breeding qualities and to discount animals overloaded with flesh to the evident injury of their breeding ability. 9. In the livestock building sections, superintendents or judges will demand proof of breeding qualifications, and are authorized and instructed to withhold awards or give no place to animals concerned if the exhibitor fails to produce satisfactory proof at once. This is a mandatory rule. Failure to conform may cause the forfeiture of all premiums won by exhibitors not complying. Please bring copies of registration papers. 10. Competent and non-partial persons will be secured to act as judges in all departments. 11. The superintendent of each department will have information as to the time and place at which judging will be done. Exhibitors will be expected to secure this information from the division superintendents. 12. Animals not entered for competition or exhibition will not be allowed in exhibition barns. 13. Stock must be in the judging ring promptly after being called. Exhibitors failing to comply with this rule may be barred from competition. 14. The rules and instructions laid down for the judges are printed elsewhere in this list and exhibitors may and should read them carefully. 15. The judges have strict instructions regarding attempts at interference on the part of exhibitors or others. Read the rules carefully. 16. Anyone in violation of Fair regulations may be eliminated from competing at State Fair.

Protest 1. All protests must be made in writing within five hours to the management after the award has been made, it being considered that an award is made when the notation of the decision of the judge is entered in the department award book. 2. All protests must be accompanied by a deposit of $25 in the Livestock Department and $10 in all other departments, which shall be returned to the complainant if sustained, and if the protest shall not be sustained, then said sum shall be forfeited. 3. No protest or appeal based upon the statement that the judge or judges are incompetent or have overlooked an animal or article, will be considered by the management or the board of directors. 4. Protest must state plainly the cause of complaint or appeal, with specific charges and recital of facts relied upon by the rule violated, naming witnesses and their addresses by whom proof is to be made. J uly 19 - 27, 2013

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5. All questions in dispute or differences not covered by these rules shall be referred to the Governing Board of Directors whose decision shall be final.

Instructions to Judges Judges shall adhere to the following rules: 1. No person shall act as judge who is any way partial toward any of the exhibits that he is to judge. 2. Judges shall sign and hand to the superintendent in the different departments their list of awards as soon as possible, making such recommendations as they see fit. 3. In the absence of competition in any lot or class, if the stock or articles exhibited be of inferior quality, judge shall award placing as he/she sees fit. 4. Judges will be expected to give reasons for their decisions, embracing the desirable and valuable qualities of animals or articles to which premiums are awarded, as the object of the Fair is to collect valuable information on subjects connected with agriculture and the breeding of livestock. The several awarding judges are requested to gather all information possible from exhibits in their respective departments and make their reports as full as circumstances will permit. 5. Any person who shall attempt to interfere with or influence the judges while in the discharge of their duties, or shall at any time on the grounds of the Fair use contemptuous or abusive language to any judge, or within the hearing, in consequence of any awards made by him, shall forfeit his right to any premiums he/she may have won, and may be excluded from the grounds. Judges are requested to report any infraction of this rule. 6. No judge will be allowed to have entries in a division he/she is judging.

Premiums Cash awards will be mailed September 6, 2013. 1. Premiums will be paid as soon as it is possible to check over the records and judge’s report. 2. Checks that are issued for premiums must be cashed promptly. 3. All prize ribbons or cards that have been awarded must be displayed during the Fair. Any infraction of this rule will incur the forfeiture of any premium. 4. Where special premiums or trophies are offered by breeders’ associations and others, reports must be made to the office of such association by the secretary before such premiums can be paid. The secretary will make such reports promptly and in proper order, and such premiums will be paid, directly from the sponsors. 5. Awards will be designated by proper colored cards and ribbons as follows: Blue for first, red for second, white for third, pink for fourth, yellow for fifth, green for sixth and purple for championships. 6. All livestock must be brought out promptly for inspection, exhibition or parade when requested by superintendent of the department. Failure to do so will result in the forfeiture of all premium money due to exhibitor. 7. State Fair has confirmed the intent of all premium sponsors, but assumes no guarantee of their commitment.

Building Hours Coco’s Restaurant. ............................................................7 a.m. – 10 p.m. State Fair Office..................................................................8 a.m. – 9 p.m. Alternative Ag Barn.........................................................10 a.m. – 8 p.m. FFA, 4-H, Magic Place.....................................................10 a.m. – 9 p.m. Flickertail Gardens............................................................10 a.m. – 1 a.m. Pub ....................................................................................10 a.m. – 1 a.m. Viggy’s Restaurant............................................................11 a.m. – 9 p.m. Commercial Buildings I & III ........................................11 a.m. – 10 p.m. Commercial Building II....................................................10 a.m. – 9 p.m.

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LIVESTOCK HEALTH REQUIREMENTS FOR EXHIBITION No. 1 - Livestock From Other States Before unloading livestock, a state veterinarian must check all livestock to insure health and well-being of all animals exhibiting at the ND State Fair. Any animal with evidence of contagious, infectious disease will be dismissed from the fairgrounds immediately. This includes animals showing signs of localized disorders such as club lamb fungus, ringworm, or other dermatophytosis (infectious skin conditions) and warts, as well as systemic disease of the respiratory or GI system. Additionally, any animal with an obvious physical defect or deformity, including, but not limited to, prolapses, open sores, eye lesions, lameness or other physical injury shall be removed from the fairgrounds immediately. Animals exhibiting any condition affecting their health or comfort in the professional opinion of the inspecting veterinarian will not be permitted on the fairgrounds. Animals who are recovering from localized skin disorders will be permitted if (1) there are no open sores, and (2) hair is beginning to grow back (as determined by inspecting veterinarian). Out-of-state cattle must all be officially identified, regardless of age or sex, and wil need a certificate of veterinary inspection and permit number from the ND State Board of Animal Health. To obtain, please call 701-328-2655 during regular hours or 701-220-5194 after hours. For any livestock being imported from Canada please contact the North Dakota State Board of Animal Health at 701-328-2655 and the USDA - APHIS, Veterinary Services at 701-250-4210. Certificate of veterinary inspection and an importation permit number are required on all livestock as follows: Cattle: No early releases. Certificate of veterinary inspection. A permit number is required on all females 12 months of age and older, bulls, and on all cattle originating fro Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, California, the former TB management zone in Minnesota, and all states not free of brucellosis and tuberculosis. (Issued to the veterinarian signing the certificate of veterinary inspection.) Cattle originating from CO, NM, and TX states must be treated with an approved avermectin product, administered by a licensed veterinarian. Official Calfhood Vaccination (OCV) for brucellosis required for all females 12 months of age and older except from IL, MN, MO, NC, NE, SD, and WI. No test required unless from Texas or from certain counties in ID, MT, and WY. A negative tuberculosis test within 30 days prior to importation is required for all cattle from Michigan, Texas, California, and the former TB Management zone in Minnesota. Calves accompanying a negative dam do not require testing. Board order #2007-03 state that “All bulls over 24 months of age and all nonvirgin bulls over 12 months of age must have three consecutive, weekly, negative Trichomoniasis foetus culture tests or one negative PCR test prior to importation. No breeding is to occur between tests and the time the bull(s) is imported. “Trichomonas foetus has not been diagnosed in the herd of origin” and “There has been no potential breeding contact since the first qualifying test” need to be stated on the certificate of veterinary inspection.” Exceptions to this include: Virgin bulls 24 months of age or less, with a signed statement by the owner that the bull(s) have had no potential breeding contact with females must be stated on the Certificate of Veterinary Inspection. OR Bulls imported into North Dakota temporarily and held in confinement (including exhibition and/or rodeo purposes) as determined by the state veterinarian with a valid waiver request submitted to the ND State Board of Animal Health. Board Order #2004-01 state that “All dairy breed cattle sixty days of age or older, other than steers and spayed heifers, must be negative to an official test for tuberculosis within 60 days prior to entering North Dakota.” Board order #2007-01 states that TB testing of imported cattle from Mexico and Rodeo/timed event cattle effective 3/27/07. All M-branded cattle entering North Dakota are required to be accompanied with proof of two negative TB tests by USDA accredited veterinarians with the last test within 60 days prior to import into ND. All cattle used for rodeo or timed events must have a negative bovine TB test within the last 12 months prior to import into ND. Identification Requirements: Effective 3/11/13, the State Board of Animal Health requires that all out of state cattle for exhibition must be officially identified, regardless of age or sex, prior to entry into North Dakota. All cattle originating in state which are not brucellosis or TB free also require an importation permit number (Issued to the veterinarian signing the certificate of veterinary inspection). Sheep: Certificate of veterinary inspection. Permit required on all sheep. Rams 6 months of age and over must be negative to an approved brucella ovis test, or the flock of origin must have a negative brucella ovis status. A negative brucella ovis status is non-transferable from one flock to another for those animals which are sold. Sheep showing evidence of infectious skin/eye lesions will be dismissed at any time during the Fair. Unless sheep are a QR or RR genotype at codon 171 as verified by two blood tests drawn under the supervision of an accredited veterinarian or state or federal veterinarian, the certificate of veterinary inspection must include the following statement signed by the owner of the flock of origin: “The 16

flock of origin had not been diagnosed as a scrapie infected source, trace, or exposed flock in the last five years”. All sheep except wethers must have scrapie identification tags. Swine: Certificate of veterinary inspection. Permit required on all swine. Breeding swine over 6 months of age require a negative brucellosis test within 30 days of entry, unless from a Validated Free herd or state. All swine require negative pseudorabies test within 30 days or be from a Qualified Pseudorabies Free herd or state. A Qualified Pseudorabies Free herd status is non-transferable from one herd to another for those animals which are sold. Poultry: Certificate of veterinary inspection containing statement that the entries and source flock are free from any evidence of and were not recently exposed to Newcastle disease, Avian influenza, pullorum or foul typhoid or any other infections or transmissible disease. Additionally, all birds must bear a leg or wing band and meet one of the following criteria: 1) Originate directly from an NPIP certified flock, 2) Test negative to S. pullorum within 90 days prior to exhibition, or 3) Have been purchased from an NPIP source and be accompanied by a Poultry Exhibition Statement of Origin form (SFN 60329). Form is available on the North Dakota Department of Agriculture’s website http://www.nd.gov/ndda/program/nationalpoultry-improvement-plan. Rabbits: No health certificate required. Goats: Certificate of veterinary inspection, permit, and Brucellosis and Tuberculosis test within 30 days for all dairy breeds. All goats that come to the Fair, with the exception of market wether goats, must have their scrapie identification tags. Call the Federal Veterinarian’s office in your state to obtain your Scrapie Eradication Program tags or obtain them from your local veterinarian. A ‘breed registration tattoo’ will be accepted in lieu of a scrapie tag for dairy breed goats. Goats from the former TB management zone in Minnesota must test negative for tuberculosis within 60 days prior to importation. Horses: Certificate of veterinary inspection. Negative Coggins test within the last 12 months for all states except South Dakota. If from a state affected by Vesicular Stomatitis (VS), must have an importation permit number and a statement that the animal has not been exposed and is not showing signs of VS.

No. 2 - North Dakota Livestock Before unloading livestock, a state veterinarian must check all livestock to insure health and well-being of all animals exhibiting at the ND State Fair. Any animal with evidence of contagious, infectious disease will be dismissed from the fairgrounds immediately. This includes animals showing signs of localized disorders such as club lamb fungus, ringworm, or other dermatophytosis and warts, as well as systemic disease of the respiratory or GI system. Additionally, any animal with an obvious physical defect or deformity, including, but not limited to, prolapses, open sores, eye lesions, lameness or other physical injury shall be removed from the fairgrounds immediately. Animals exhibiting any condition affecting their health or comfort in the professional opinion of the inspecting veterinarian will not be permitted on the fairgrounds. Animals who are recovering from localized skin disorders will be permitted if (1) there are no open sores, and (2) hair is beginning to grow back (as determined by inspecting veterinarian). Cattle: Cattle will be checked by the State Fairs Veterinarian as they enter the barns. No early releases. Goats: All goats that come to the Fair, with the exception of market wether goats must have their scrapie identification tags. Call the Federal Veterinarian’s office in ND (701-250-4210 or 866-873-2824) to obtain your Scrapie Eradication Program tags or obtain them from your local veterinarian. A ‘breed registration tattoo’ will be accepted in lieu of a scrapie tag for dairy breed goats. Sheep: Sheep will be checked by the veterinarian as they enter the barns. No early releases. All sheep that come to the Fair, with the exception of market wether lambs must have their scrapie identification tags. Call the Federal Veterinarian’s office in ND (701-250-4210 or 866-873-2824) to obtain your Scrapie Eradication Program tags or obtain them from your local veterinarian. A ‘breed registration tattoo’ will be accepted in lieu of a scrapie tag. Sheep showing evidence of infectious skin/eye/ foot lesions will be dismissed at any time during the Fair. No health certificate required. Swine: Swine will be checked by the veterinarian as they enter the barns. No early releases. No health certificate required. Poultry: All birds must bear a leg or wing band and meet one of the following criteria: 1) orginate directly from an NPIP certified flock, 2) Test negative to S. pullorum within 90 days prior to exhibition, or 3) Have been purchased from an NPIP source and be accompanied by a Poultry Exhibition Statement of Origin form (SFN 60329). Form is available on the North Dakota Department of Agriculture’s website http://www.nd.gov/ndda/program/national-poultry-improvement-plan. Rabbits: No certificate required.

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No. 3 - Brand Inspection Brand inspection is required on all cattle, horses, or mules leaving the state. A brand inspector will be available to issue brand inspection certificates as per ND Century Code 36-09-23.

Instructions to Superintendents 1. Superintendents of the various departments will be designated by suitable badges. 2. Each superintendent will have full charge of his or her department with authority to select all assistants and helpers, unless otherwise provided, subject to approval of the management or directors.

3. All claims and payrolls must be certified by the superintendent and filed with the Fair office. 4. Each superintendent must take charge of the books and return same promptly to the secretary’s office as soon as each class is judged. No changes will be allowed in the judges’ books unless on order of the board. All orders for premiums must be made out and signed by the superintendent and countersigned by secretary before they will be honored. 5. It shall be the duty of the superintendent at the close of the Fair to furnish a report in detail giving full information on exhibitors and entries entitled to special premiums, also give the number of exhibitors and entries in each class.

IAFE (INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FAIRS AND EXPOSITIONS)

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

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sample taken from the animal in question and correctly reflects the condition of the animal at the time the sample was taken, with the burden on the owner, exhibitor, fitter, trainer, or absolutely responsible person to prove otherwise. At any time after an animal arrives on the fair or livestock show premises, all treatments involving the use of drugs and/or medications for the sole purpose of protecting the health of the animal shall be administered by a licensed veterinarian. Any surgical procedure or injection of any foreign substance or drug or the external application of any substance (irritant, counter-irritant, or similar substance) which could affect the animal’s performance or alter its natural contour, confirmation, or appearance only and except for surgical procedures performed by a duly licensed veterinarian for the sole purpose of protecting the health of the animal, is prohibited. The use of showing and/or handling practices or devices such as striking animals to cause swelling, using electrical contrivance, or other similar practices are not acceptable and are prohibited. Direct criticism or interference with the judge, fair or livestock show management, other exhibitors, breed representatives, or show officials before, during, or after the competitive event is prohibited. In the furtherance of their official duty, all judges, fair and livestock show management, or other show officials shall be treated with courtesy, cooperation and respect and no person shall direct abusive or threatening conduct toward them. No owner, exhibitor, fitter, trainer, or absolutely responsible person shall conspire with another person or persons to intentionally violate this code of ethics or knowingly contribute or cooperate with another person or persons either by affirmative action or inaction to violate this code or ethics. Violation of this rule shall subject such individual to disciplinary action. The application of this code of ethics provides for absolute responsibility for an animal’s condition by an owner, exhibitor, fitter, trainer, or participant whether or not he or she was actually instrumental in or had knowledge of the treatment of the animal in contravention of this code of ethics. The act of entering an animal is the giving of consent by the owner, exhibitor, fitter, trainer, or absolutely responsible person to have disciplinary action taken by the fair or livestock show without recourse against the fair or livestock show. The act of entering of an animal in a fair or livestock show is the giving of consent that any proceedings or disciplinary action taken by the fair or livestock show may be published with the name of the violator or violators in any publication of the International Association of Fairs and Expositions, including Fairs and Expositions and any special notices to members. The act of entering of an animal in a fair or livestock show is the giving of verification by the owner, exhibitor, fitter, trainer, or absolutely responsible person that he or she has read the IAFE National Code of Show Ring Ethics and understands the consequences of and penalties provided for actions prohibited by the code. It is further a consent that any action which contravenes these rules and is also in violation of federal, state, or provincial statutes, regulations, or rules may be released to appropriate law enforcement authorities with jurisdiction over such infractions.

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Livestock Schedule 6 p.m.......Release of Open Class Beef and Open Class, 4-H, and FFA Poultry 7 p.m.......Bull Riding – ASA

THURSDAY, JULY 18 8 a.m.......Pre Quarter Horse Show - ASA Livestock barns locked until 3 p.m. FRIDAY, JULY 19 8 a.m.......Quarter Horse Show – ASA 8 a.m.......Miss NDSF Rodeo Horsemanship – Heritage Hall 12 p.m.......Open Class Sheep and Beef not staying for 4-H/FFA must be penned 12 p.m.......Team Roping – Heritage Hall 6 p.m.......ARBA Rabbits must be penned 5 – 8 p.m.......Penning of Open, 4-H, and FFA Poultry SATURDAY, JULY 20 8 a.m.......Quarter Horse Show – ASA 9 a.m.......Open Class Poultry must be penned 9 a.m.......ARBA Rabbit Show – Rabbit Barn 3 p.m.......Pony Pull – Heritage Hall 4 p.m.......Late arrival for Open Class Sheep & Beef showing Sunday and staying for 4-H/FFA 5:30 p.m.......Draft Horse Show Event Classes – Heritage Hall SUNDAY, JULY 21 8 a.m.......Corriedale Show – Expo Barn 8 a.m.......Gelbvieh Show – ASA 8 a.m.......4-H Poultry Show – Poultry Barn 8:30 a.m.......Shorthorn Show – ASA 9 a.m.......ARBA Rabbit Show – Rabbit Barn 9 a.m.......Chiangus Show – ASA 9 a.m.......Columbia Show – Expo Barn 10 a.m.......Open Western/English Show – Heritage Hall 10 a.m.......Hereford Show – ASA 10 a.m......Southdown Show - Expo Barn 11 a.m.......FFA Poultry Show – Poultry Barn 11 a.m.......Red Angus Show — ASA 12 p.m.......Maine-Anjou Show — ASA 12 p.m.......Decorator’s Class & Ladies Leadline – Expo Barn 12 – 6 p.m.......Entry/stalling of 4-H/FFA Horses – 4-H Horse Office 12:30 p.m.......Loala Show – ASA 1 p.m.......Late arrival for Open class Sheep and Beef showing Monday and staying for 4-H/FFA 1 p.m.......Open Class Poultry Show – Poultry Barn 1:30 p.m.......Dorset Show – Expo Barn 1:30 p.m.......Draft Horse Show Hitch Classes – ASA 2 p.m.......Weigh in for Open Class Steer Show 2 p.m.......Texel Show – Expo Barn 2:30 p.m.......Montadale Show – Expo Barn 3 p.m.......Natural Color - Expo Barn 3:30 p.m.......All Other Breeds/Meat – Expo Barn 4 p.m.......All Other Breeds/Wool – Expo Barn 5 p.m.......Horse Pull - ASA MONDAY, JULY 22 8 a.m.......Rambouillet Show – Expo Barn 8 a.m.......Other Beef Breeds – ASA 8 a.m.......4-H and FFA Horse Show – Heritage Hall 9 a.m.......Late arrival for Steers and Market Lambs staying for 4-H and FFA 9 a.m.......Sim Influence Show – ASA 9 a.m.......Hampshire Show – Expo Barn 9:30 a.m.......Chiangus Show - ASA 10 a.m.......Weigh-in for Market Lambs 10 a.m.......Limousin Show - ASA 10 a.m.......Suffolk Show - Expo Barn 11 a.m.......Simmental Show – ASA 12 p.m.......Angus Show - ASA 1:30 p.m.......Market Steer Show – ASA 3 p.m.......Supreme Ewe & Ram selection – Expo Barn 4 p.m.......Release of Open class sheep 5 p.m.......Open Class Market Lamb Show – Expo Barn 18

TUESDAY, JULY 23 8 a.m.......4-H & FFA Horse Show – Heritage Hall & ASA 8 a.m.–12 p.m.......Entry of 4-H & FFA Sheep, Beef, Swine, Dairy, Goats; Open Class Dairy, Goats and Swine; and Jr. Sheep Show 9 a.m.......Jr. Limousin Show – Expo Barn 11 a.m.......Jr. Angus Show – Expo Barn 12 p.m.......All 4-H and FFA Sheep, Beef, Swine, Dairy, Goats and Open Class Dairy, Goats, and Swine must be penned, see species 1 p.m.......4-H and FFA Exhibitor Meeting 1 p.m.......Jr. Red Angus Show – Expo Barn 2 p.m.......Weigh-in for Jr. Steer & Heifer Show, Swine (Open Class, 4-H & FFA), Market Lambs (4-H & FFA) and 4-H Market Goats & Open Goats, and Jr. Sheep Show 2:30 p.m.......Jr. Simmental Show – Expo Barn 3:30 p.m.......ND Jr. Hereford Field Day 4 p.m. – 8 p.m.......Check-in/penning Open Class, 4-H & FFA Rabbits 5 p.m.......Weigh-in of 4-H and FFA Beef 6 p.m......Team Fitting Contest - Expo Barn 7 p.m.......Bull Riding - ASA WEDNESDAY, JULY 24 8 a.m.......4-H and FFA Horse Show – Heritage Hall 8 a.m.......4-H Swine Show – Expo Barn 8 a.m.......Jr. Steer & Heifer Show – ASA 9 a.m.......4-H Rabbit Show – Rabbit Barn 11:30 a.m.......FFA Rabbit Show – Rabbit Barn 1 p.m.......4-H Sheep Show – Expo Barn 1:30 p.m.......Kids Showdeo — Heritage Hall 2 p.m.......Open Class Rabbit Show – Rabbit Barn 6 p.m.......Release of OC rabbits shown in ARBA 7 p.m.......Ranch Rodeo - ASA THURSDAY, JULY 25 8 a.m.......FFA Swine Show – Expo Barn 8 a.m.......4-H Beef Show – ASA 8 a.m.......Open Class Dairy Show – Expo Barn 8 a.m.......Morgan’s/Paints/Apps/Miniatures – Heritage Hall 1 p.m.......FFA Sheep Show – Expo Barn 2 p.m.......4-H and FFA Goat Exhibitor meeting 3 p.m.......Open Class Dairy Goat Show – Goat Barn 5 p.m.......ND Jr. Sheep Show – Expo Barn 7 p.m.......Ranch Rodeo – ASA FRIDAY, JULY 26 8 a.m.......Open Class Swine Show – Expo Barn 8 a.m.......FFA Beef Show – ASA 8 a.m.......4-H Dairy Show – Expo Barn 8:30 a.m.......4-H Dairy Goat Show; 4-H Meat Goats to follow 10:30 a.m.......FFA Dairy Show – Expo Barn 12:30 p.m.......FFA Dairy Goats; FFA Meat Goats to follow 4 p.m.......Top of Dakota Lamb & Pig Show – Expo Barn 6 p.m.......Barrel Bash - Heritage Hall SATURDAY, JULY 27 8 a.m.......FFA Round Robin – Expo Barn 8:30 a.m.......FFA Awards – Expo Barn 8 a.m.......Barrel Bash – Heritage Hall 9 a.m.......4-H Round Robin – Expo Barn 9 a.m.......Cutting – ASA 10 a.m.......ND State Dairy Show – Expo Barn 11 a.m.......ND Jr. Market Hog Show – Expo Barn 1 p.m.......Open Class Boer / Market Goat Show - Goat Barn 3 – 6 p.m.......Staggered release of all 4-H and FFA Livestock 6 p.m.......Release of all Open Class Livestock SUNDAY, JULY 28 8 a.m.......Cutting - ASA

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DEPARTMENT 101 - BEEF CATTLE Superintendent: Josh Sundsbak and Mike Sundsbak

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• Entries will close July 9 at 5 p.m. Entries may be made after that day by paying double the normal fees. Under no circumstances will entries be received after 12 noon on Friday, July 19. Only entries received before the July 9 deadline will be listed on the show program. IF FIVE PAID ENTRIES IN ONE BREED HAVE NOT BEEN RECEIVED BY THE ENTRY DEADLINE, LIVESTOCK WILL BE REQUIRED TO SHOW IN THE OTHER BREEDS CLASS. • Barns will be locked until 3 p.m. on Thursday. No early arrivals or releases. Those wishing to arrive or depart on other times than those listed must contact the ND State Fair office: 701-857-7620. All barns will be locked and secured from 1 to 5 a.m. Tie out is at 6:30 p.m. • All open class beef animals, not showing in 4-H or FFA, must be on the grounds and stalled no later than Noon Friday, July 19. Departure day is Monday, July 22 at 6 p.m. Removal of open class animals before 6 p.m. on departure day will result in forfeiture of all premiums. UPDATED HEALTH REGULATIONS: * Before unloading livestock, a state veterinarian must check all livestock to insure health and well-being of all animals exhibiting at the ND State Fair. * A change in cattle identification requirements due to the animal disease traceability rule (9CFR Part 86) went into effect March 11, 2013. All cattle used for exhibition or moved across state lines regardless of age or sexual status must be individually identified. All animals moved across state lines not going to an approved market or to slaughter need a certificate of veterinary inspection as well. * Out-of-state cattle will need a certificate of veterinary inspection and permit from the ND State Board of Animal Health. To obtain, please call 701-328-2655 during regular hours or 701-220-5194 after hours. * The drug screen policy may be enforced at the 2013 ND State Fair. Grand and Reserve Champion market beef, swine and lamb will be subjected to a drug screen immediately following completion of judging. This drug screen may include tests for detec– tion of: (1) Steroids (2) Tranquilizers (3) Antibiotics (4) Diuretics (5) Sulfas (6) Non-Steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs) • All beef will be stalled on wood chips. No straw will be allowed in the Beef or Expo Barn. • The entry fee is $6 per lot, plus $14 per head for bedding in the Beef Barn. Canadian friends at par for entry and stall fees, compliments of Minot Convention and Visitor’s Bureau. Specify special stalling needs on entry forms. Late entries have no stall guarantees. Market steer exhibitors will receive a percent of the entry fees as premiums for grand and reserve champions. • Vehicle passes must be purchased in advance of the first day of fair, and will not be available for purchase at the gate. Please order on the entry blank. Livestock vehicles will be allowed on the grounds between 8 p.m. and 10 a.m. No admittance between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. except for unloading or loading of livestock. All trailers and trucks must be parked in the west parking lot due to limited space on the fairgrounds. A shuttle will run between the west parking lot and the barns. • Superintendents will stall cattle in the barns upon receipt of entry fees and veterinarian approval. • No exhibitor may enter more than two entries in any one lot number. Animals may be shown in only one class. If the number of animals in any lot exceeds 15 the lot will be split. Calves may be shown in only one lot. All animals shown in the group and herd classes must have been entered and shown in one of the classes for single animals. • Animals must be exhibited in the officially recorded owner’s name. • Fan Policy: no fans or fan stands of any type will be allowed in the barn aisles. • The Herdsman Award, awarded to an exhibitor of beef cattle, is based on neatness and general appearance of the exhibit, as well as the exhibitor’s cooperation and courtesy throughout the exhibition period.

THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT: MINOT ELECTRIC, INC. AND TRI-N-PROPANE, SANDHILLS FEED AND EQUIPMENT J uly 19 - 27, 2013

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THANKS TO OUR OPEN CLASS BEEF SPONSORS: LaMoure Feed & Seed • Dairyland Seed • Dow AgroSciences SLIDING PREMIUM SCHEDULE - Breed Shows BASED ON NUMBER OF ENTRIES PER BREED 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Less than 20 entries $45.00 $31.00 $17.00 $10.00 0 21 to 30 entries $55.00 $40.00 $26.00 $16.00 $10.00 31 to 40 entries $65.00 $50.00 $35.00 $25.00 $15.00 41 to 59 entries $80.00 $58.00 $43.00 $33.00 $23.00 60 or more entries $95.00 $71.00 $56.00 $46.00 $36.00 Cash awards will be mailed September 6, 2013.

6th 0 0 $10.00 $15.00 $26.00

Sunday, July 21 & Monday, July 22 Shows start at 8 a.m. Judge: Ryan Johnson (Parkston, SD) IF FIVE PAID ENTRIES IN ONE BREED HAVE NOT BEEN Class A.....................................Angus Class H .............................Red Angus Class B ...............................Herefords Class I .................................Chiangus Class C ................................Gelbvieh Class J...............................Shorthorns Class D..............................Simmental Class K......................................Loala Class E ................................Charolais Class L..........................Maine-Anjou Class F ..............Simmental Influence Class M.......................Other Breeds* Class G................................Limousin *Must have breed registration papers RECEIVED BY THE ENTRY DEADLINE, LIVESTOCK WILL BE REQUIRED TO SHOW IN THE OTHER BREEDS CLASS. LOT 1. Junior heifer calves, calved between Jan. 1, 2013 and after 2. Junior Heifer Calf ........................................................................Ribbon 3. Reserve Junior Heifer Calf Champion .........................................Ribbon 4. Senior heifer calves, calved between Sept. 1 & Dec. 31, 2012 5. Senior Heifer Calf Champion .......................................................Ribbon 6. Reserve Heifer Calf Champion.....................................................Ribbon 7. Late summer yearling heifer, calved between May 1 and Aug. 31, 2012 8. Intermediate Champion.................................................................Ribbon 9. Reserve Intermediate Champion...................................................Ribbon 10. Junior yearling heifers, calved between March 1 and April 30, 2012 11. Junior yearling heifers, calved between Jan. 1 and Feb. 28, 2012 12. Junior Champion Female..............................................................Ribbon 13. Reserve Junior Champion Female................................................Ribbon 14. Senior yearling females, calved between Sept. 1 and Dec. 31, 2011 15. Senior Champion Female .............................................................Ribbon 16. Reserve Senior Champion Female ...............................................Ribbon 17. Grand Champion Female ..................................1st Place Cash Premium 18. Reserve Grand Champion Female (Champion and Reserve Champions competing) ..............................................1/2 of 1st Place Cash Premium 19. Cow-Calf (any female older than the above ages with a calf at side) 20. Junior bull calves, calved between Jan. 1, 2013 and after 21. Junior Bull Calf Champion...........................................................Ribbon 22. Reserve Junior Bull Calf Champion.............................................Ribbon 23. Senior bull calves, calved between Sept. 1 and Dec. 31, 2012 24. Senior Bull Calf Champion ..........................................................Ribbon 25. Reserve Senior Bull Calf Champion: Ribbon 26. Late summer yearling bulls, calved between May 1 and Aug. 31, 2012 27. Intermediate Champion Bull.........................................................Ribbon 28. Reserve Intermediate Champion Bull...........................................Ribbon 29. Junior yearling bulls, calved between March 1 and April 30, 2012 30. Junior yearling bulls, calved between Jan. 1 and Feb. 28, 2012 31. Junior Champion Bull: Ribbon 32. Reserve Junior Champion Bull: Ribbon 33. Senior yearling bulls, calved Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 2011 20

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Senior Champion Bull: Ribbon Reserve Senior Champion Bull: Ribbon Grand Champion Bull: 1st Place Cash Premium Reserve Grand Champion Bull Champion and Reserve Champions competing) ............................................. 1/2 of 1st Place Cash Premium 38. Get of Sire: Four animals by one sire shown in the above classes, both sexes represented ....................................1/2 of Cash Premium Schedule 39. Junior Get of Sire: Three animals by one sire, both sexes represented 1/2 of Cash Premium Schedule

Class N - Market Steers Monday, July 22 - 3 p.m. 1. All breeds are eligible for competition. 2. No age or breed designation will be used for the determination of show lots.

THANKS TO OUR MARKET SHOW STEER SPONSORS: Hubbard Feeds — ShowRite 3. All steers must be weighed Sunday, July 21 at 2 p.m. for the open show. 4. No re-weighing of steers 5. Steers will be divided into lots by weights. LOT 165. Group of 3 from weight lots, owned by exhibitor. 40.00 31.00 21.00 16.00 11.00 11.00 166.-178. Weight class lots 75.00 50.00 38.00 23.00 20.00 11.00 8.00 5.00 179. Grand and Reserve Champion - Overall The Grand Champion Overall Market Steer shall receive a cash prize equal to $3.50 times the number of steers shown plus the lot money won, plus $261.00 (Example: $75.00 lot money + [$3.50 x 200 steers] + $261.00 = $1,036.00). The Reserve Champion Overall Market Steer shall receive a cash prize equal to $1.75 times the number of steers shown plus the lot money plus $87.00. (Example: $75.00 lot money + [$1.75 x 200 steers] + $87.00 = $512.00).

Market Steer Show ONLY The ND State Fair Association will pay an additional $200 to the highest placing ND exhibitor and $100 to the 2nd place exhibitor.

Team Fitting Contest- Expo Barn- 6pm Tuesday July 23. Sign up due at NOON up in the Expo Office. Champion and Reserve Champions will be announced. 1. 3 Team Members. 1 team member MUST be a junior member (13 & under as of October 1, 2012). 2. Following fitting of the animal, a showmanship contest will be held. 3. The junior member MUST be the showman for the showmanship contest. 4. All team members must reside in North Dakota. 5. Age Limit: 21 as of October 1, 2012 6. Forty-five(45) minutes will be allowed to fit and groom the animal. 7. Cattle will be clean and dry with no adhesive, oil, or other foreign substances prior to the fitting contest. 8. Chutes will be used. 9. No helpers will be allowed. 10. The two seniors from the a previous Champion Fitting Team will NOT be allowed on the same fitting team in the future. 11. Prizes for Champions and Reserve Champions TBD. 12. Chairman of contest is: Lacey Kreft (701)537-3119.

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Class O - Jr Steer & Heifer Show Wednesday, July 24 - 8 a.m. Judge: Jim Bloomberg (Berwick, IL) 1. Open to North Dakota youth only through the age of 20. 2. Registration papers must be presented to the beef superintendent and must be in the youth’s or ranch’s name. 3. $10 entry fee per animal 4. Arrival date for those entering Open Class shows: Friday, July 19 by 12 noon. 5. Late Arrival Date for 4-H/FFA that are entering Open Class shows: Saturday, July 20 by 4 p.m. 6. Arrival date for those only entering this show: Tuesday, July 23 by 2 p.m. 7. Departure date: Wednesday, July 24, 6 p.m. (unless staying for 4-H or FFA beef show) 8. 2012 Heifers & 2011 Fall Heifers. No cow/calf pairs or 2013 calves. 9. Entry deadline: July 9, 2013. Any steer that was not shown in the open show will be weighed on Tuesday, July 23 at 2 p.m. for Jr. Steer Show only. LOT

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ND CHAROLAIS JUNIOR STEER AND HEIFER SHOW Show will follow Open Class Show on Sunday, July 21 • 9:30 a.m. 1. $200.00 in premium monies will be paid. 2. Steer must be Charolais sired. 3. Show open to North Dakota Juniors For more information, contact: Lacey Kreft 701-537-3119

ND JUNIOR LIMOUSIN ASSOCIATION SHOW RULES Tuesday, July 23 -9 a.m. 1. Must be a member of the North Dakota Junior Limousin Association. Dues are $5/year. 2. Animals shown must be owned by the member, family or ranch. 3. Member can belong to the Junior Association up to the age of 21. 4. All animals must be shown by North Dakota Junior Limousin Association members. 5. The show is a “No-glue” show. 6. Showmanship will be judged separately immediately following the show. Therefore, Junior members may participate in showmanship without showing in the open Junior Limousin show. 7. Purebred only. Must be over 75% Limousin

ND SIMMENTAL ASSOCIATION FUTURITY SHOW Tuesday, July 23 - After the ND Simmental Jr. Heifer Show To be eligible, heifers must have been purchased in either the ND Simmental Showcase Sale or the Northwest Select Sale. The money was put up by the NDSA and the consignors of these two sales. The heifers must be exhibited by a member of the ND Junior Simmental Association. and the cost of membership is $5. There is also a $10 entry fee for each heifer entered. We will pay out to the top three places with savings bonds. If you have any questions, contact NDSA president Kelly Hanson at 701-769-2241 or email kellyhanson72@hotmail.com. J uly 19 - 27, 2013

JUNIOR ANGUS SHOW Tuesday, July 23 - 11 a.m. Premium provided by ND Jr. Angus Association & Sponsors. No entry fee or bedding charge for animals entered in 4-H, FFA, or Open Class. For more information: Josh Sundsbak, Des Lacs, ND, 701-833-3746. $5 Entry Fee * Must be member of ND Jr. Angus Association.

ND JUNIOR RED ANGUS STEER & HEIFER SHOW Tuesday, July 23 - 1:00 p.m. All steers eligible for the Jr Red Angus Steer Show must be sired by a Red Angus Bull or be from a Red Angus Cow and be red in color. All animals are subject to a medical examination in order to determine age, and each animal will be present in the show ring in its natural conformation without alteration or modification. Use of artificial tailheads not permitted. Alteration or modification shall be defined to include any surgical, chemical, electrical or other (including banding or other circulatory constriction) appearance change for cosmetic purpose, save only branding, tattooing, foot trimming or dehorning. Silicone injection or other injection for cosmetic purpose shall be prohibited. Anabolic steroid use shall likewise be prohibited and any animal testing positive for anabolic steroid or diuretic use shall be presumed to be altered and modified. Exhibitor must be 21 years of age or younger as of January 1, 2013. Steers will be weighed. Classes will be divided into lots by weights. For more information: Jenny Lodoen 515 3rd St. E • Westhope, ND 58793-4100 North Dakota Junior Red Angus Heifer Show will be held along with the NDJRA Steer Show.

ND SIMMENTAL JUNIOR STEER & HEIFER SHOW Tuesday, July 23 - 2:30 p.m. The North Dakota Junior Heifer and Showmanship Classic. Premiums will vary on amount of heifers but for sure there will be $150.00 for Champion and $100.00 for Reserve. The following rules apply: 1. Contestant must be an up-to-date ND Junior Simmental Association member in 2013. 2. Classes by age 3. Heifers must be registered as purebred heifers. 4. There will be a class for simmental influence steers. Steers must have registration papers. For information contact: Kelly Hanson 701-769-2241 PO Box 118 - Hannaford, ND 58448

ND JR. HEREFORD FIELD DAY Tuesday July 23 – 3:30 pm 1. Must be a member of the ND Jr Hereford Assn. Dues $10/year. Can be a member if age 7-21 on January 1st of the current year. 2. Animal shown must be owned by junior, family, or ranch. 3. No entry fees 4. Heifer and bull entries must be registered – Bring papers to show. Steers must be 100% Hereford. 5. Classes include 2 yr old cow/calf pairs, 2013 born junior heifer calves, 2012 born bred heifers, 2012 born and 2013 born bulls, 2012 born steers. 6. Showmanship classes will be judged separately immediately following the show. Classes include pee-wee, junior, intermediate and senior. For information contact April Baumgarten at 701-891-1639 email: star@westriv.com or Joana Friesz at 701-400-8744 email: joana@northlandinsuranceagency.com. North Star Classic Hereford Futurity Show: To follow the Junior Hereford Assn Showmanship classes. This is open to any Hereford Heifer that was purchased in December 2012 at the North Star Classic Hereford Sale in Valley City, ND.

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DEPARTMENT 102 - DAIRY CATTLE Sponsored by Dean Foods Superintendent: Cole Rupprecht Sunday

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• Entries will close July 9 at 5 p.m. Entries may be made after that day by paying double the normal fees. Under no circumstances will entries be received after 11 a.m. on Friday, July 19. Only entries received before the July 9 deadline will be listed on the show program. IF FIVE PAID ENTRIES IN ONE BREED HAVE NOT BEEN RECEIVED BY THE ENTRY DEADLINE, LIVESTOCK WILL BE REQUIRED TO SHOW IN THE OTHER BREEDS CLASS. • Barns will be locked until 5 a.m. on Tuesday. No early arrivals or releases. Those wishing to arrive or depart at other times than those listed must contact the ND State Fair office: 701-857-7620. All barns will be locked and secured from 1 to 5 a.m. UPDATED HEALTH REGULATIONS: * Before unloading livestock, a state veterinarian must check all livestock to insure health and well-being of all animals exhibiting at the ND State Fair. * A change in cattle identification requirements due to the animal disease traceability rule (9CFR Part 86) went into effect March 11, 2013. All cattle used for exhibition or moved across state lines regardless of age or sexual status must be individually identified. All animals moved across state lines not going to an approved market or to slaughter need a certificate of veterinary inspection as well. * Out-of-state cattle will need a certificate of veterinary inspection and permit from the ND State Board of Animal Health. To obtain, please call 701-328-2655 during regular hours or 701-220-5194 after hours. • Registered, identified, and grade animals allowed. Registration papers must be available for review. Registration, DHIA or other records must be used for group lot entries; the honor system will be used for birth dates in single animal lots for grade animals if papers are not available. • The entry fee is $5 per head in single animal lots; $5 per group in multiple animal lots. Tack stalls (5 feet wide) are $10 each. Stalls will be forfeited if the number of animals entered requires additional room for stalling. Canadian friends at par for entry fees, compliments of Minot Convention and Visitor’s Bureau. Specify special stalling needs on entry forms. Late entries will have no stall guarantees. • Straw will be available for purchase. • Vehicle passes must be purchased in advance of the first day of fair, and will not be available for purchase at the gate. Please order on the entry blank. Livestock vehicles will be allowed on the grounds between 8 p.m. and 10 a.m. No admittance between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. except for unloading or loading of livestock. All trailers and trucks must be parked in the west parking lot due to limited space on the fairgrounds. A shuttle will run between the west parking lot and the barns. • Superintendents will stall cattle in the barns upon receipt of entry fees and veterinarian approval. • All animals shown in group or herd classes must be entered in single animal lots. Premiums will be paid on only 2 entries per lot. When making entries, be sure to list breed of animal. Animals must be exhibited under the officially recorded owner’s name or farm name. • The milk in the tank will be tested before the milk is sold. A failed test will result in loss of revenues. The ND State Fair is not responsible for mechanical failures. • Fan Policy: no fans or fan stands of any type will be allowed in the barn aisles. • The Herdsman Award, awarded to an exhibitor of dairy cattle, is based on neatness and general appearance of the exhibit, as well as the exhibitor’s cooperation and courtesy throughout the exhibition period. 22

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SLIDING PREMIUM SCHEDULE - Breed Shows BASED ON NUMBER OF ENTRIES PER BREED 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Less than 20 head $118.07 $102.07 $86.07 $80.07 $0 21 to 30 head $125.07 $112.07 $96.07 $86.07 $80.07 31 to 40 head $141.07 $118.07 $107.07 $94.07 $84.07 41 to 59 head $151.07 $128.07 $113.07 $103.07 $94.07 60 or more head $166.07 $141.07 $126.07 $116.07 $106.07 Cash awards will be mailed September 6, 2013.

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Thursday, July 25 Shows start at 8 a.m. Judge: Tracy Schafer (Winthrop, MN) Class A ............................Holsteins Class E..................................Jersey Class B............Milking Shorthorns Class F ............................Guernsey Class C ......................Brown Swiss Class G......................Other Breeds Class D............................Ayrshires IF FIVE PAID ENTRIES IN ONE BREED HAVE NOT BEEN RECEIVED BY THE ENTRY DEADLINE, LIVESTOCK WILL BE REQUIRED TO SHOW IN THE OTHER BREEDS CLASS. LOT 1. Bull Calf - Sept. 2012 - March 2013 ......................... 1⁄2 Cash Premium 2. Bull Yearling - Sept. 2011 - Aug. 2012 ..................... 1⁄2 Cash Premium 3. Grand Champion Bull...................................................................Rosette 4. Reserve Champion Bull................................................................Rosette 5. Spring Heifer Calf - March 2013 6. Winter Heifer Calf - Dec. 2012 - Feb. 2013 7. Fall Heifer Calf - Sept. 2012 - Nov. 2012

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Summer Yearling Heifer - June 2012 - Aug. 2012 Spring Yearling Heifer - March 2012 - May 2012 Winter Yearling Heifer - Dec. 2011 - Feb. 2012 Fall Yearling Heifer - Sept. 2011 - Nov. 2011 Grand Champion Junior Female...................................................Rosette Reserve Champion Junior Female................................................Rosette Junior Best Three Heifer Group ................................1⁄2 Cash Premium (Non-freshened, all owned by exhibitor) Unfreshened Junior 2 year olds (June, July, Aug. 2011 ONLY) Junior 2 year old cow - March 2010 - Aug. 2011 Senior 2 year old cow - Sept. 2009 - Feb. 2010 3 year old cow - Sept. 2009 - Aug. 2010 4 year old cow - Sept. 2008 - Aug. 2009 5 year old cow - Sept. 2007 - Aug. 2008 Aged Cow - 6 years and older Best Udder Award (Judge will declare best udder in each milking lot) ...................................1⁄2 Cash Premium Dry Cow - 3 & 4 year olds (must have record) .............1⁄2 Cash Premium Dry Cow - 5 year old and older (must have record) ......1⁄2 Cash Premium Grand Champion Senior Female ..................................................Rosette Reserve Champion Senior Female ...............................................Rosette Daughter/Dam .............................................................1⁄2 Cash Premium Herd of Five - to consist of 2 senior females, 2 junior females and one any age...........................................................1⁄2 Cash Premium Supreme Overall of Breed Champion...........................................Banner Reserve Overall of Breed Champion (Consists of both junior and senior Champions & Reserves)...................................Rosette (Judge will declare winner after all breeds have shown and milked out)

67th Annual - ND State Dairy Show Saturday, July 27 - 10 a.m. Show Manager: J. W. Schroeder (NDSU) • Judge: Laurie Harp (Brandon, MB) 1. Entries close July 9 at 5 p.m. Entries may be requested after that deadline, but the entry fee doubles ($10 per head). 2. Entry fees: A $5 per head payment MUST accompany all pre-registration entry forms. This includes (new for 2013) a $5 per group entry fee. Entry forms are found in this booklet, and are also available electronically from the ND State Fair website or by contacting the show manager: 701-231-7663 or jw.schroeder@ndsu.edu. If showing multiple breeds, please register each breed on separate forms. 3. Eligibility: North Dakota breeders only. Registered and breed approved identified (I.E.) female cattle. No grade or crossbreed animals allowed. Proof of ownership shall accompany the registration certificate and be presented at registration prior to show. Registration and I.E. identification must accompany all animals. If registration is not in hand, breed association evidence of ownership and identity of animal must accompany these exhibits. DHIA or other records also required for certain lots. 4. Animals must be exhibited under the breed association’s officially recorded owner’s or farm name. 5. All animals entered in group lots must have been registered and exhibited in the appropriate individual lots. 6. Syndicated or partnership cows must be owned by North Dakota breeders. Exception, if partially owned by out of state interests, exhibitor must provide evidence of enrollment in a North Dakota DHIA testing program. Syndicate animals must have a letter from the Breeder’s Association stating all owners of the exhibit. 7. Substitution - An animal may be replaced by a substitution in the same class, if the substitution is made on or before entry day and owned by the exhibitor. 8. State Dairy Show Class and Lot’s are listed on the following page. 9. No limit will be imposed on the number of entries in any one lot from any one exhibitor, and all paid entries will be eligible for premiums. 10. No State Dairy Show youth lots are included in this show. Youth are encouraged to compete in the State Fair 4-H or FFA Shows. No additional premium will be issued to supplement 4-H/FFA placings. 11. No refunds issued for animals scratched on entry day or during the show. 12. Health Regulations and Animal Welfare: All exhibits will require certificate of veterinary inspection and a permit from the ND Board of Animal Health. Certification can be obtained by calling 701-328-2655 during regular business hours or 701-220-5194 or 701-220-0092 after hours. 13. The barns will be locked and secured according to ND State Fair regulations, no exceptions. 14. All milk production health and safety regulations are in accord the North Dakota Department of Agriculture - Dairy Division and inspected according to their protocol. Remember, your milk is commingled with that of other exhibitors, so please use care and good judgment to avoid the loss of revenue from any milk that may be marketed. Note: no guarantee is implied that you will receive any proceeds from milk sold from these dairy exhibits. 15. Early release by special arrangement only. See State Dairy Show and State Fair Management for arrangements. Any animals leaving before official release time on Saturday without special clearance will forfeit all premiums, no exceptions. 16. For vehicle passes, see official open class documentation in this booklet.

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67th Annual - ND State Dairy Show Saturday, July 27 - 10 a.m. Show Manager: J. W. Schroeder (NDSU) • Judge: Laurie Harp (Brandon, MB)

Class A ............................Ayrshires Class D..............................Holstein Class B ......................Brown Swiss Class E..................................Jersey Class C ............................Guernsey Class F..............Milking Shorthorn Show order for 2013: Breeds/Classes starting with Lot 1 in order (breed order rotated each year) Open Class: Holstein, Jersey, Milking Shorthorn, Other Breeds, Aryshire, Brown Swiss, Guernsey

Premiums for the State Dairy Show are fixed as follows: Placing 1 2 3 4 Junior Females and all Bulls $24 $20 $16 $12 Milking Senior Females $60 $50 $40 $30 Dry Cows $36 $30 $24 $18 Group Classes, Junior $20 $16 $12 $8 Group Classes, Senior $40 $30 $20 $10 Breed Junior and Senior Champions Ribbon Supreme Junior and Senior Champions Plaque Premier Awards Plaque

5 $8 $20 $12 $4 $5

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State Dairy Show: Jersey, Milking Shorthorn, Aryshire, Brown Swiss, Guernsey, Holstein

Lot No. – Description of the ages, groups, and champion lots 1. Bull calf, born September 1, 2012 through March 15, 2013 2. Yearling bull, born September 1, 2011 through August 31, 2012 3. Grand Champion Bull, 1st place - from Lots 1 & 2 4. Reserve Champion Bull, 2nd from Champion lot & remaining 1st 5. Spring heifer calf, born March 15, 2013, and over 4 months 6. Winter heifer calf, born December 1, 2012 through February 28/29, 2013 7. Fall heifer calf, born September 1 through November 30, 2012 8. Summer yearling heifer, born June 1 through August 31, 2012 9. Spring yearling heifer, born March 1 through May 31, 2012 10. Winter yearling heifer, born December 1, 2011 through Feb. 28/29, 2012 11. Fall yearling heifer, born September 1 through November 30, 2011 12. Jr. Champion Female, 1st place from Lots 5,6,7,8,9,10,&11 13. Reserve Jr. Champion Female, 2nd from Champion lot & remaining 1st 14. GROUP: Junior Best three females, all bred & 1 owned by exhibitor 15. Un-freshened Jr. two year old, June 1 through August 31, 2011 only 16. Jr. two year old cow, born March 1 through August 31, 2011 17. Sr. two year old cow, born September 1, 2010 through Feb. 28/29, 2011 18. Three year old cow, born September 1, 2009 through August 31, 2010 19. Four year old cow, born September 1, 2008 through August 31, 2009 20. Five year old cow, born September 1, 2007 through August 31, 2008 21. Aged cow, six years or older, born before August 31, 2007 22. Dry cow, Three and four year old (minimum one record)

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23. Dry cow, Five years and older (minimum two records) 24. Sr. Champion Female, Lots 15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,&23 25. Reserve Sr. Champion Female, 2nd & remaining 1st 26. Best udder award, from Lots 16 through 21 (in milk) 27. Grand Champion Female, Lots 12, 13, 24, & 25 28. Reserve Grand Champion Female, from Lot 27 Group Classes: 29. Daughter and Dam, dam with offspring of any age 30. Produce of Dam, 2 siblings any age or gender 31. Senior Best 3 Females, 2 yr. & over, all bred & 1 owned 32. Dairy Herd, five females, minimum 2 Jr. and 2 Sr. lots Supreme Awards (all breeds): 33. Supreme Heifer, Lot 12 – All Breeds Jr. Champions 34. Supreme Best Udder, Lot 26 – All Breeds, (milked out) 35. Supreme Cow, Lot 27 - All Breeds Sr. (milked out) Premier Awards (all breeds): 36. Supreme Producing Cow – All Breeds, DHIA records 37. Premier Exhibitor – top 6 points/placing, owned/shown 38. Premier Breeder – top 6 points/placing, bred/shown

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DEPARTMENT 103 - SWINE Superintendent: Brian Zimprich • Assistant Superintendent: Stephanie Zimprich & Kristina Nitschke Sunday

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• Entries will close July 9 at 5 p.m. Entries may be made after that day by paying double the normal fees. Under no circumstances will entries be received after 11 a.m. on Friday, July 19. Only entries received before the July 19 deadline will be listed on the show program. IF FIVE PAID ENTRIES IN ONE BREED HAVE NOT BEEN RECEIVED BY THE ENTRY DEADLINE, LIVESTOCK WILL BE REQUIRED TO SHOW IN THE OTHER BREEDS CLASS. • Barns will be locked until 3 p.m. on Thursday. No early arrivals or releases. Swine exhibitors must check in with swine superintendent upon arrival for pen assignments. Swine may not arrive prior to 12:00 a.m. Tuesday, July 23. Those wishing to arrive or depart on other times than those listed must contact the ND State Fair office: 701-857-7620. All barns will be locked and secured from 1 to 5 a.m. UPDATED HEALTH REGULATIONS: * Before unloading livestock, a state veterinarian must check all livestock to insure health and well-being of all animals exhibiting at the ND State Fair. * Out-of-state swine will need a certificate of veterinary inspection and permit from the ND State Board of Animal Health. To obtain, please call 701-328-2655 during regular hours or 701-220-5194 after hours. * The drug screen policy may be enforced at the 2013 ND State Fair. Grand and Reserve Champion market beef, swine and lamb will be subjected to a drug screen immediately following completion of judging. This drug screen may include tests for detection of: (1) Steroids (2) Tranquilizers (3) Antibiotics (4) Diuretics (5) Sulfas (6) Non-Steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs) NEW FOR 2013 * Each of the shows will be increasing its minimum weights for market hogs to be eligible to compete in the market show. If a pig falls below the min imum weight, it automatically will be placed in the premier market hog class and will not be eligible for consideration for champion or reserve over all market hog selection. Also this year, a maximum weight will be put in place for the market hog shows. Again, if a pig weighs in above the maxi mum weight, it will be placed in an overweight class and will not be eligible to return for consideration for champion or reserve champion overall. The minimum weight for the 2013 North Dakota State Fair Swine Shows will be 220 pounds. The maximum weight set for the 2013 North Dakota State Fair Swine Shows will be 300 pounds. Each of the market barrow and gilt divisions will be shown on the basis of weight classification. * The Swine Show will operate under a Declare Your Weight process for market animals as well as crossbred breeding gilts. This means each exhibitor will be responsible for weighing his or her own hogs during the weigh-in period on Tuesday, July 23. The weigh-in period will run from noon until 7 p.m. Weight cards will be available Tuesday morning for exhibitors to pick up to record their pig’s weight and other required information. The cards will be in triplicate form. The first copy must be submitted to 4-H or FFA, the second copy will be turned in to the open class superintendent, and the third copy will be for the exhibitor’s records. Required information will be the exhibitor’s name; exhibitor’s number; pig tag number; whether the ani mal is a barrow or gilt and market or breeding gilt; and pig weight on the 4-H/ FFA card circle indicating in which show the animal will be shown. Use the other card circle if it will be shown in the open and junior show. All weight cards must be submitted to the appropriate superintendents by 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 23. If weight cards are not turned in by the 7:30 p.m. deadline, those animals will not be eligible to show in their respective shows. * Along with the Declare Your Weight, a weigh-back is required for each of the shows. The top two animals in each class will be weighed immediately following their class to determine if they are eligible to return for the overall drive. If a pig does not weigh within the allotted plus/minus 10-pound weight allowance, it will be dropped to a red ribbon placing and will not be eligible for champion/reserve market hog competition. The next pig in the lineup will move up in class and be called to the scale for a weight check. Open class and junior shows are held later during the state fair and the weight allowance will increase to 12 and 14 pounds. See rules for those shows. * Following the weigh-in time period and declaration of weight, the management will determine the division of the lots according to the weight distri bution and number of animals, with no more than 15 in a group. Class weight breakdowns will be posted. • Entry fee is $6.00 per head for breeding classes and $6.00 per head for market hogs. Canadian friends at par for entry and stall fees, compliments of Minot Convention and Visitor’s Bureau. Specify special stalling needs on entry forms. Late entries have no stall guarantees. • A $12.00 per animal per day fee shall be charged for feeding, preparing and showing your animals if you wish to have the Fair provide this service. Fees are due with entry. • Wood chips will be available for bedding. • When filling out entry form, be sure to list breed. All breeding animals must have association registration papers. Animals must be exhibited in the officially recorded owner’s name. J uly 19 – 27, 2013

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• Breeding swine classes will have a maximum class size of 15 head. If a class exceeds 15 head, the registered lots will be split by date of birth and the grade classes will be split by weight. • Junior yearling sows shall have farrowed and suckled a litter or show ample evidence of carrying a litter at the time of exhibition. • Vehicle passes must be purchased in advance of the first day of fair, and will not be available for purchase at the gate. Please order on the entry blank. Livestock vehicles will be allowed on the grounds between 8 p.m. and 10 a.m. No admittance between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. except for unloading or loading of livestock. All trailers and trucks must be parked in the west parking lot due to limited space on the fairgrounds. A shuttle will run between the west parking lot and the barns. • All hogs must have large, legible ear tags, not just a metal clip. Large enough to read at a distance. • Due to limited space, pigs will be stalled by the number of head entered. If you have pigs that cannot be stalled together, you will have to make arrangements for those animals in the pens allotted to you. This may mean bringing your own portable panels to split pens. There will be no tack pens allowed unless room permits. • Fan Policy: no fans or fan stands of any type will be allowed in the barn aisles. • The Herdsman Award, awarded to an exhibitor of beef cattle, is based on neatness and general appearance of the exhibit, as well as the exhibitor’s cooperation and courtesy throughout the exhibition period.

Friday, July 26 Shows start at 8:00am Judge: Kade Hummel (Cabery, IL) SLIDING PREMIUM SCHEDULE Classes A-J, except Grand and Reserve Lots Class A .........................Poland China Class B ........................Chester White Class C................................Berkshire Class D .............................Hampshire Class E................................Yorkshire 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 9 or more animals showing 30.00 25.00 23.00 21.00 7 or 8 animals showing 26.00 21.00 19.00 17.00 5 or 6 animals showing 20.00 18.00 16.00 14.00 3 or 4 animals showing 14.00 12.00 10.00 9.00 1 or 2 animals showing 11.00 8.00

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Grand and Reserve Senior Champion boar Grand and Reserve Junior Champion boar Grand Champion Boar - $50 Reserve Champion Boar - $25 Junior yearling sow, January 1 to June 30, 2012 Senior sow, July 1 to November 30, 2012 December gilts, farrowed during December 2012 January gilts, farrowed during January 2013 February gilts, farrowed during February 2013 March gilts, farrowed on or after March 1 and before July 1, 2013 Grand and Reserve Senior Champion Female Grand and Reserve Junior Champion Female Grand Champion Female - $50 Reserve Champion Female - $25

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Class J - Grade Gilts LOT 21. Grade Gilt, born after January 1, 2013 22. Grand Champion Grade Gilt - $50 23. Reserve Champion Grade Gilt - $25

Cash awards will be mailed September 6, 2013.

Class K - Crossbred Boars IF FIVE PAID ENTRIES IN ONE BREED HAVE NOT BEEN RECEIVED BY THE ENTRY DEADLINE, LIVESTOCK WILL BE REQUIRED TO SHOW IN THE OTHER BREEDS CLASS. LOT 1. Senior boar, July 1 to Oct. 31, 2012 2. November boar, farrowed during November 2012 3. December boar, farrowed during December 2012 4. January boar, farrowed during January 2013 5. February boar, farrowed during February 2013 6. March boar, farrowed on or after March 1 and before July 1, 2013

Supreme Champion Female The Supreme Show will be made up of the champion and reserve females from the Hampshire, Yorkshire, Other Breeds and grade gilt shows. $200 to the Champion and $100 to the Reserve overall female will be awarded. Sponsored by Rocking H Livestock and Schmitz Show Pigs/Schmitz Sisters 26

LOT 24. Crossbred Boar, born after January 1, 2013 25. Grand Champion Crossbred Boar - $50 26. Reserve Champion Crossbred Boar - $25

Class L - Premier Market Hog Class Hogs under 210 pounds LOT 27. Feeder Hog 35.00 26.00 21.00 16.00 11.00 * Not eligible for Lots 30 or 31.

Thanks to our Jr. Market Hog Show Sponsors: Farm Credit Services and the ND Pork Council

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Class M - Market Hog Show

Class O - Carcass Contest

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Barrows & gilts will be shown separately All breeds and crossbreeds eligible No hog can be over seven months when shown. Weight classes to be established by show superintendent. The Lots shall be determined based upon weight at the discretion of the superintendent utilizing natural breaks or a maximum lot size of 12 6. Wait to fill in lot until weigh-in 7. Champion and Reserve Barrows will show against Champion and Reserve Gilts for overall market hog LOTS (min 220 lbs) 28. Market Barrows 35.00 27.00 22.00 17.00 12.00 7.00 2.00 29. Market Gilts 35.00 27.00 22.00 17.00 12.00 7.00 2.00 30. Pen of three market hogs - no charge for lot. Limit to Market animals in lots 27 & 28. Owned by exhibitor $35.00 26.00 21.00 16.00 11.00 31. Grand and Reserve Champion Market Hog The Grand Champion Overall Market Hog shall receive a cash prize equal to $3.50 times the number of hogs shown plus the lot money won plus $130.50 (example: lot money $35.00 + ($3.50 x 100 hogs) + $130.50 = $515.50.) The Reserve Champion Market Hog shall receive a cash prize equal to $1.75 times the number of hogs shown plus the lot money won plus $65.25 (example: lot money $35.00 + ($1.75 x 100 hogs) + $65.25 = $275.25.)

Class N - ND Junior Market Hog Show Saturday, July 27 - 11 a.m. Judge: Jim McCoy (Bloomingburg, OH) 1. Show will be held Saturday, July 27, 2013, in the Expo Barn show ring starting at 11 a.m. 2. This show is open to all youth that are residents in North Dakota or are active in 4-H, FFA or NDJPSA. 3. The same weights will be used from the Open, 4-H and FFA weigh ins. 4. The class champions will compete for division champion, then division champions will compete for overall champion. 5. There will be a $6.00 entry fee per animal entered in the show with a $5 payback as long as that animal participates in the show. 6. 210 lbs is the minimum weight for the animal to compete in the show. If not sure on weight, do not enter until you get to the fair. Entry deadline is Friday, July 26, 2013 7. Any pigs shown in the Junior Market Hog Show must be shown in either the 4-H, FFA or Open Swine show. They must also be registered in the same name as they were entered in the other shows. 8. There will be no more than 12 animals to a class. LOT 33. Market Barrow 34. Market Gilt 35. Crossbred Breeding Gilt 36. Registered Breeding Gilt 37. Showmanship, Ages 7 & Under 38. Showmanship, Ages 8-14 39. Showmanship, Ages 15-21

Done by Ultrasound • Entry Fee: $6.00 Eligible for Lots 28 & 29 Premiums: 175.00 125.00 88.00 55.00 18.00 The National Spotted Swine Record, Inc. (Box 9758, Peoria, IL 61612. Phone: 309-691-0151) will award $50 to the owner and exhibitor of the Grand Champion Pen — pair of barrows over all breeds if crossbreeds sired by a recorded Spotted Boar. Payment will be made on receipt of notice by show officials along with registration number of the sire. The Poland China Record Association (Box 9758, Peoria, IL 61612. Phone 309-691-0151) offers the following awards for Grand Champion market hogs over all breeds if they are from a recorded Poland China litter and a picture of the winning entry is provided: Grand Champion Barrow: Trophy Grand Champion Carcass: Trophy The Chester White Swine Record Association (Secretary, Box 9758, Peoria, IL 61612. Phone: 309-691-0151) offers $25 to the exhibitor of the Grand Champion barrow if won by a Chester White from a recorded litter, providing the owner furnished the Association with the litter number and a picture and story of said barrow. The Association further offers $15 to the exhibitor of the Grand Champion pen of barrows if won by Chester Whites from a recorded litter, and provided the owner furnishes the Association with the litter number and a picture and story of said barrows. The American Berkshire Association: All Berkshire swine must be registered by the American Berkshire Association (ABA), 2637 Yeager Rd., Lafayette, IN 47906. Said registration paper must be presented at time of check-in. The ABA is the only Berkshire swine registry recognized by the National Association of Swine Records (NASR) and the National Pedigreed Livestock Council (NPLC). The following special awards will be offered: Grand Champion Barrow: Plaque Grand Champion Pen of Barrows: Plaque To be eligible for above awards, the winning entry must be a purebred Berkshire out of a recorded litter. A photo, name and registry number of litter, and a brief story of the winning entry is to be supplied to the Association within 30 days. Hampshire, Yorkshire, Duroc and Landrace: The National Swine Registry, 2639 Yeager Rd., West Lafayette, Indiana, 47906, is a consolidation of the American Yorkshire Club, American Landrace Association, Hampshire Swine Registry, and United Duroc Swine Registry. The National Swine Registry offers $100 to the owners of the Grand Champion Barrow overall breeds in the on-foot show provided the barrow is a registered Duroc, Hampshire, Landrace, or Yorkshire, and is from a recorded litter. The owner must provide proof of registration and a picture to receive their award. The National Swine Registry offers $100 to the owner of the Grand Champion Carcass overall breeds provided the carcass is a registered Duroc, Hampshire, Landrace or Yorkshire. The owner must show proof of a matching ear notch with a registration paper to receive the award. All award winners must submit proof of registry and supply appropriate picture to the National Swine Registry within 60 days of the show to receive their award.

ND Jr. Swine Sweepstakes Contest Will consist of showmanship, judging contest, skillathon and live pig placing. Contestants must sign up to participate and must compete in all events. Prizes will be awarded for Overall, 2nd and 3rd places based upon a point system. More information will be available closer to fair time.

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DEPARTMENT 104 - SHEEP Superintendent: Brian Zimprich • Assistant Superintendent: Stephanie Zimprich & Kristina Nitschke Sponsored by Vita Ferm Sunday

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• Entries will close July 9 at 5 p.m. Entries may be made after that day by paying double the normal fees. Under no circumstances will entries be received after 11 a.m. on Friday, July 19. Only entries received before the July 9 deadline will be listed on the show program. IF FIVE PAID ENTRIES IN ONE BREED HAVE NOT BEEN RECEIVED BY THE ENTRY DEADLINE, LIVESTOCK WILL BE REQUIRED TO SHOW IN THE OTHER BREEDS CLASS. • Barns will be locked until 3 p.m. on Thursday. No early arrivals or releases. Open class sheep may not arrive before 3 p.m. Thursday and must be penned by Noon Friday, July 19. Those wishing to arrive or depart on other times than those listed must contact the ND State Fair office: 701-857-7620. All barns will be locked and secured from 1 to 5 a.m. Open Class sheep not staying for 4-H or FFA must be out of the barn by 10 p.m. Monday, July 22. Late arrival of Open Class sheep showing Sunday and staying for 4-H/FFA Saturday, July 20 at 4 p.m. Late arrival of Open Class sheep showing Monday and staying for 4-H/FFA Sunday, July 21 at 1 p.m. UPDATED HEALTH REGULATIONS: * Before unloading livestock, a state veterinarian must check all livestock to insure health and well-being of all animals exhibiting at the ND State Fair. * Out-of-state sheep will need a certificate of veterinary inspection and permit from the ND State Board of Animal Health. To obtain, please call 701-328-2655 during regular hours or 701-220-5194 after hours. * All sheep that come to the fair, with the exception of market wether lambs, must have their scrapie identification tags. Call the Federal Veterinarian’s office in ND (701-250-4210 or 866-873-2824) to obtain your scrapie eradication program tags or obtain them from your local veterinarian. Each animal must have its identification number listed on the health papers. It is not acceptable to list: “32 head of sheep - all free of disease.” List each animal separately * The drug screen policy may be enforced at the 2013 ND State Fair. Grand and Reserve Champion market beef, swine and lamb will be subjected to a drug screen immediately following completion of judging. This drug screen may include tests for detection of: (1) Steroids (2) Tranquilizers (3) Antibiotics (4) Diuretics (5) Sulfas (6) Non-Steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs) • Entry fee is $3.00 per head for breeding classes and $6.00 per head for market animals. Canadian friends at par for entry and stall fees, compliments of Minot Convention and Visitor’s Bureau. Specify special stalling needs on entry forms. Late entries have no stall guarantees. • Base date for age is September 1. All animals must have association registration papers, presented at the time of check-in. • Only two entries in the individual rings and one in the groups will be accepted from any exhibitor. Any lot containing over 24 head shall be split by birthdate. Animals must be exhibited in the officially recorded owner’s name. Get of Sire should be listed under one person’s name, even though the animals may be owned by other individuals. • Exhibit animals will not be muzzled while on the fairgrounds. • Tail Docking Rule: To qualify for exhibit after Dec. 31, market lambs must be docked in such a manner that tail (dock) is healed and can be lifted from the exterior. Extremely short tail docking is discouraged. Lambs will be screened at weigh-in. • Premiums are paid on only 2 entries per lot. • Vehicle passes must be purchased in advance of the first day of fair, and will not be available for purchase at the gate. Please order on the entry blank. Livestock vehicles will be allowed on the grounds between 8 p.m. and 10 a.m. No admittance between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. except for unloading or loading of livestock. All trailers and trucks must be parked in the west parking lot due to limited space on the fairgrounds. A shuttle will run between the west parking lot and the barns. • Sheep will be stalled by number of head brought. Tack or fitting peris will not be allowed unless room permits. • Fan Policy: no fans or fan stands of any type will be allowed in the barn aisles. • The Herdsman Award, awarded to an exhibitor of beef cattle, is based on neatness and general appearance of the exhibit, as well as the exhibitor’s cooperation and courtesy throughout the exhibition period. 28

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SLIDING PREMIUM SCHEDULE Individuals 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 9 or more animals showing 30.00 25.00 23.00 21.00 19.00 17.00 8 or less animals showing 26.00 21.00 19.00 17.00 15.00 13.00 Groups 9 or less groups showing 13.00 12.00 11.00 10.00 9.00 8.00 10 or more groups showing 24.00 21.00 17.00 15.00 13.00 11.00

Shepherd’s Lead Class Sunday, July 21 - 12 p.m.

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Sunday, July 21 & Monday, July 22 • 8 a.m. Judge: Dan Spilde (Stoughton, WI) Class A ...........................Southdowns Class B ....................................Dorset Class C ..............................Montadale Class D .............................Hampshire Class E ...................................Suffolk Class F...............................Corriedale Class G ...........................Rambouillet

Class H ...............................Columbia Class I ..........................Natural Color Class J.....................All Other Breeds ...................................................Meat Class K ...................All Other Breeds ...................................................Wool Class L.....................................Texels

IF FIVE PAID ENTRIES IN ONE BREED HAVE NOT BEEN RECEIVED BY THE ENTRY DEADLINE, LIVESTOCK WILL BE REQUIRED TO SHOW IN THE OTHER BREEDS CLASS. LOT 1. Ram, one year and under two 2. Pair of yearling rams 3. Fall ram lamb (Sept. 1 thru Dec. 31, 2012) 4. Spring ram lamb (Jan 1-31, 2013) 5. Spring ram lamb (Feb. 1, 2013 and after) 6. Pair of ram lamb 7. Champion and Reserve Champion Ram............................. Prize Money 8. Ewe, one year and under two 9. Pair of ewes, one year and under two 10. Fall ewe lamb (Sept. 1 through Dec. 31, 2012) 11. Spring ewe lamb (Jan. 1-31, 2013) 12. Spring ewe lamb (Feb. 1, 2013 and after) 13. Pair ewe lambs 14. Champion and Reserve Champion ewe .............................. Prize Money 15. Exhibitors Flock, to consist of one ram, any age, two ewes, one year and under two; and two ewe lambs 16. Get of Sire, to consist of four animals, any age, both sexes, bred by an exhibitor and the get of one sire 17. Premier exhibitor (based on premium dollars won) ........... Prize Money

A meeting for all Lead Class participants will be held at 9:30 a.m. on the day of the show, in the Expo Office. All Lead Class participants must be in attendance, dressed and ready for their interviews. The Lead Class interviews will begin promptly at 10 a.m. in the Expo Office, which will be followed by the Lead Decorator Class at Noon on Sunday, July 21.

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The objective of this class is to present the sheep and wool industry in an attractive manner, giving spectators an opportunity to view the sheep and participants in a fashionable presentation. Entrants must have a sheep background and/or an interest in sheep or wool and be at least 10 years of age. The entrants will be judged on the garment worn, which must be constructed of at least 60% wool and may be purchased or made, and also the presentation of the sheep with the contestant during the show. The garment will be judged on fit, style, attractiveness, and appropriate use of wool while adding elegance to the class. Entrants will participate in individual, personal interviews with the judges regarding general knowledge of the sheep and wool industry and garment construction. Entrants are encouraged to construct their own garments. Entrants must also furnish a blanket for their sheep to wear during this class. A total of 20 points will be available during the judging process. Up to 10 points available on the knowledge and presentation of the sheep and up to 10 points available for the garment, its construction, fit, style, and appropriate use of wool. Out of the 10 points available for the garment, each contestant that constructs their own garment will automatically be awarded 2 points of the 10 possible points in this area. There are three divisions for this class: • Junior Division: ages 10 to 15 • Intermediate Division: 16 to 21 years • Senior Division: 22 years and above Premiums 1st ........................$60 2nd ..........................$50 3rd .............................$40 4th........................$30 5th...........................$20 6th..............................$10 All contestants will also be awarded ribbons.

Decorator Class Sunday, July 21 - 12 p.m. The Decorator Class is sponsored by the North Dakota State Fair, and Northern Tier Federal Credit Union. The Decorator Class is a special class open to children through the age of 9 years. These children will lead a sheep decorated in any manner and need not wear a wool costume. The Decorator Class gives children the chance to be imaginative and promote the Sheep Industry. Adult assistance is permissible in the Decorator Class. Characters of all kinds are seen in this class. The Decorator Class will follow the Lead Class. The Decorator Class will be divided into two divisions: individuals and groups or two or more. Entrants may be in one division, but not both. A $10.00 premium will be awarded to each individual that participates in the Decorator Class. Rules regarding the sheep used in these special classes: • The Sheep used in either the Lead Class or Decorator Class must be registered and/or shown in the Open Class Sheep Show, 4-H, or FFA Shows. • The sheep must be conditioned, fitted, and trained to lead at halter. An entrant may be sponsored by an exhibitor at State Fair and does not need to own the animal. • To aid the producers of the classes in making a script, please send a short resume, including your outfit description, to: North Dakota State Fair, PO Box 1796, Minot, ND 58702 • Participants in these contests need to have their scripts to the coordinators of the class by 8:30 am on Sunday, July 21, or they will not be allowed to participate.

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Class N - ND Jr. Sheep Show Thursday, July 25 - 5:00 pm Judge: Ben Weikert (Gettysburg, PA) 1. The show will be held Thursday, July 25, 2013 in the Expo show ring starting at 5 p.m. 2. The show is open to youth that are residents of North Dakota. 3. There will be classes for market wethers, market ewes, and breeding ewes. 4. The breeding ewes will be split by age and breed. 5. There is a $6.00 entry fee per animal entered in the show with a $5.00 payback as long as that animal participates in the show. 6. There will be a $100.00 prize for champion overall ewe and market lamb and a $50.00 prize for reserve overall ewe and market lamb. There will also be class money available. LOT 23. Yearling Ewes 24. Breeding Ewe Lambs 25. Market Ewe Lambs 26. Market Whether Lambs

Class M - Market Sheep Monday, July 22 - 5 p.m. Judge: Dan Spilde (Stoughton, WI)

Breed Association Special Award

The lots shall be determined based upon weight at the discretion of the superintendent utilizing natural breaks or a maximum lot size of 15. All market lambs must be slick shorn the entire body by weigh-in on Monday, July 22. LOTS: 90 lbs. minimum 18. Market lamb (non-wool breed wethers), under 1 year old $30.00 $22.00 $17.00 $12.00 $7.00 $3.00 19. Wether lambs (wool breeds wether class) Columbia, Rambouillet, and Corriedale $30.00 $22.00 $17.00 $12.00 $7.00 20. Ewe lamb (wool and non-wool breeds) $30.00 $22.00 $17.00 $12.00 $7.00 $3.00 21. Pair of market lambs, under 1 year $30.00 $22.00 $17.00 $12.00 $6.00 22. Grand & Reserve Champion market lambs The Grand Champion Overall market lamb shall receive a cash prize equal to $3.50 times the number of market lambs shown plus the lot money, plus $130.50 (example: lot money of $30.00 + ($3.50 x 200 market lambs) + $130.50 = $860.50)

The Continental Dorset Club (P.O. Box 506, North Scituate, RI 02857) offers $500 to the exhibitor of the Grand Champion Carcass and $250 to the exhibitor of the Reserve Grand Champion (over all breeds). The Dorset lamb must be properly registered and transferred to the exhibitor. Notification of the winner must be made to the Dorset Club Office by the Fair Management; identification of the lamb, along with a picture of the carcass, must also be provided. Payment will be made from the Dorset Club Office upon receiving proper notification. If a carcass show is not offered at your state fair, the above award will be given to the “on foot” overall market lamb in the Junior Show and if not a Junior Show, to the overall open show champion if it should happen to be a registered Dorset. For more information please call Debra Hopkins at 401-647-4676.

The Reserve Champion market lamb shall receive a cash prize equal to $1.75 times the number of market lambs shown plus the lot money, plus $65.25 (example: lot money of $30.00 + ($1.75 x 200 + $65.25 = $445.25)

Supreme Champion Ewe & Ram Monday, July 22 - 3 p.m. Those eligible will be the Champion Ewe and Ram of each breed. $400 will be awarded to each winner. If an exhibitor has Champion Ewe or Ram of a breed, the whole flock must remain on the fairgrounds until after the selection of Supreme Champion Ewe and Ram drive. 30

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DEPARTMENT 105 - RABBITS Superintendent: Chris Swartout Sunday

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• Entries will close July 9 at 5 p.m. Entries may be made after that day by paying double the normal fees. Under no circumstances will entries be received after 8 a.m. on the day of the show. Only entries received before the July 9 deadline will be listed on the show program. • No early arrivals or releases. Those wishing to arrive or depart on other times than those listed must contact the ND State Fair office: 701-857-7620. All barns will be locked and secured from 1 to 5 a.m. Late arrivals of all exhibits must have prior approval of the show superintendent in order to be eligible for premium money and will be caged according to availability of cages following the completion of the show. UPDATED HEALTH REGULATIONS: Before unloading livestock, a state veterinarian must check all livestock to insure health and well-being of all animals exhibiting at the ND State Fair. • The entry fee is $1 per entry for open class, $2 per entry for ARBA shows. Canadian friends at par for entry fees, compliments of Minot Convention and Visitor’s Bureau. Specify special stalling needs on entry forms. • Late entries have no stall guarantees. • The Fair will furnish cages, feed, water, and bedding for rabbit exhibits. Exhibitors are asked to furnish water cups and feed cups. Exhibitors must furnish their own padlocks for cages if they need to be locked. • All entries are subject to inspection by the North Dakota State Fair, and must be paid in full at the time entry is made. • Open class exhibitors may exhibit more than one animal per class and lot, but can only receive one premium per class and lot. Animals in pens or pairs cannot show as individuals and individuals cannot show in pairs or pens. Those shown in breed classes cannot show in market classes and those shown in market classes cannot be shown in breed classes. • All entries must be made in the name of the exhibitor and must be bonafide property of the exhibitor. • Entries will not be accepted when ear number tattoo, breed and variety, color or broken color is not noted on entry form. • This open show will be governed by the latest ARBA rules. • Check the bulletin board in the Rabbit Barn for any changes in schedules. Show order will be posted. • Youth may not show the same animal in 4-H & FFA, but may show the same rabbit in the open show. • All rabbits must be caged and on exhibit by 8:00 a.m., Wednesday, July 24, 2013. RABBITS MUST BE AT LEAST 10 WEEKS OF AGE TO BE PLACED IN THE BUNNY BARN. • You must be present to show and bring your rabbit to the judging table. Entries must be on the show table by third call to avoid possible elimination from the contest. • The State Fair reserves the right to make substitutions when necessary. • Entries once registered must stay at the Fair until release time or will forfeit premiums. This is to include the Bass Equipment Award. • Rabbits must be gone by 4 p.m. on Saturday, July 27. • Vehicle passes must be purchased in advance of the first day of fair, and will not be available for purchase at the gate. Please order on the entry blank. Livestock vehicles will be allowed on the grounds between 8 p.m. and 10 a.m. No admittance between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. except for unloading or loading of livestock. All trailers and trucks must be parked in the west parking lot due to limited space on the fairgrounds. A shuttle will run between the west parking lot and the barns.

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Bass Equipment Company will award $100 to the Overall Grand Champion and $50 to the Overall Reserve Champions. RABBIT PREMIUM SCHEDULE BASED ON NUMBER OF ENTRIES PER BREED 1st 2nd 3rd 1 – 6 entries $2.50 $2.25 $1.75 7 & more entries $5.00 $2.00 $1.50 Meat Pens $6.00 $4.00 $3.00 Bet of Show and Best Opposite are awarded at judge’s discretion. Only Best of Breed winners are eligible for Best of Show awards.

breeds have only junior and senior lots). Weights and ages, will be determined by ideals for breed according to ARBA standards.

Class BB - Market Class LOTS 9. Individual small fryer, 2 1/2 - 4 lbs., up to 65 days 10. Pen of three small fryers, 2 1/2 - 4lbs., to 65 days 11. Individual large fryer, 4-5 1/2 lbs. 12. Pen of three large fryers, 4-5 1/2 lbs. 13. Individual roaster, over 5 1/2 lbs., under 8 months 14. Individual stewer, over 5 1/2 lbs., over 8 months

Cash awards will be mailed September 6, 2013.

ARBA Sanctioned Shows Open Class Show, Wednesday, July 24 2 p.m. Bunny Barn Judges: Wade Burkhalters (Sedalia, MO) & Derek Tuntland (Lennox, SD)

$1.00 Entry Fee 6A American 6B American Chinchilla 6C Beveran 6D Californian 6E Champagnes D’Argent 6F Checkered Giant 6G Cinnamon 6H Creme D’Argent 6I English Lop 6J Flemish Giant 6K French Lop 6L Giant Chinchilla 6M Giant Angora 6N Hotot 6O New Zealand 6P Palomino 6Q Satin 6R Silver Fox 6S Any Other 4A American Fuzzy Lop 4B American Sable 4C Belgian Hare 4D Britiannia Petite 4E Dutch

4F 4G 4H 4I 4J 4K 4L 4M 4N 4O 4P 4Q 4R 4S 4T 4U 4V 4W 4X 4Y 4Z 4AA 4BB 4CC

Judges: Eric Bengston (Zumbrota, MN), Wade Burkhalter (Sedalia, MO), Scott Wiebensohn (Littleton, CO) Cooping available for Open Show on July 24.

Dwarf Hotot English Angora English Spot Florida Whites French Angora Harlequin Havana Himalayan Holland Lop Jersey Wooly Lilac Mini Lop Mini Rex Netherland Dwarfs Polish Rex Rhinelander Satin Angora Silver Martin Silvers Standard Chinchilla Tans Thrianta Mini Satin

Rabbit Classes - Purebred

$2.00 Entry Fee Show 1 Open and Youth Show 2 Open and Youth Show 3 Open and Youth

Show 1 Open and Youth Show 2 Open and Youth Show 3 Open and Youth

Show Rules: 1. This show will be governed by the latest ARBA rules. 2. All rabbits must be permanently and legible tattooed. 3. All exhibitors are responsible for getting their animals to the show table when breed is called. 4. After the third call if an entry is not on the judging table it will not be judged. 5. Judges have the right to refuse to judge an animal not true to breed. 6. State Fair reserves the right to substitute judges. 7. Awards, remark cards, and ribbons must be picked up at the show. 8. All entries must be in owner’s names - no rabbitry names. 9. Not responsible for loss due to accident, theft, or vandalism. Every precaution will be taken to prevent any of these occurrences. 10. Exhibitors need not be members of ARBA to show in sanctioned shows. 11. Arrival date: Friday, July 20. Departure date: After last show unless staying for open show on Wednesday. 12. Substitutions in same sex and class up until 8 a.m. day of show.

Official American Rabbit Breeders Association Sanctioned Show PO Box 5667 • Bloomington, IL 61702

LOTS 1. Senior Buck over 8 months 2. Senior Doe over 8 months. 3. Intermediate Buck 6-8 months 4. Intermediate Doe 6-8 months 5. Junior Buck 3-6 months old 6. Junior Doe 3-6 months old 7. Pre-Junior Buck (under 3 months old) 8. Pre-Junior Doe (under 3 months old)

Membership Dues: Adult: $20.00 per year or $50 for 3 years Youth: $12.00 per year or $30 for 3 years Combination Husband/Wife: $30 per year or $75 for 3 years Single Adult Family: $20 plus $5 per youth per year or $50 plus $10 per youth for 3 years

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Saturday, July 20, Sunday, July 21 9 a.m. - Bunny Barn

Husband/Wife Family: $30 per year plus $5 per youth or $75 for 3 years plus $10 per youth Sanction Fees: $25.00 Open • $20.00 Youth

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DEPARTMENT 106 - BOER GOATS Superintendent: Jason Mongeon Sunday

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• Entries will close July 9 at 5 p.m. Entries may be made after that day by paying double the normal fees. Under no circumstances will entries be received after 11 a.m. on Friday, July 19. • Barns will be locked until 3 p.m. on Thursday. No early arrivals or releases. Open class goats may not arrive prior to 6 p.m. Monday. All goats must be penned by 2 p.m. on Wednesday, July 24. Those wishing to arrive or depart on other times than those listed must contact the ND State Fair office: 701-857-7620. All barns will be locked and secured from 1 to 5 a.m. UPDATED HEALTH REGULATIONS: * Before unloading livestock, a state veterinarian must check all livestock to insure health and well-being of all animals exhibiting at the ND State Fair. * All goats that come to the fair, with the exception of market wether goats, must have their scrapie identification tags. Call the Federal Veterinarian’s office in ND (701-250-4210 or 866-873-2824) to obtain your scrapie eradication program tags or obtain them from your local veterinarian. All out-of-state goats will need a certificate of veterinary inspection and a permit from the ND State Board of Animal Health. To obtain, please call 701-328-2655 during regular hours or 701-220-5194 after hours. • The entry fee is $3 per lot. Canadian friends at par for entry fees, compliments of Minot Convention and Visitor’s Bureau. Specify special stalling needs on entry forms. Late entries will have no stall guarantees. • Straw will be available for purchase. • Each animal must have its identification number listed on the health papers. It is not acceptable to list: “32 head of goats - all free of disease.” List each animal separately. • Only two entries in the individual rings will be accepted from any exhibitor. • Premiums are paid on only 2 entries per lot. • Any lot containing over 24 head shall be split by birthdate. • All animals must have association registration papers. Photocopies will not be accepted. • All registration papers must be presented when the animals are checked in at the Expo Barn Office. • Animals must be exhibited in the officially recorded owner’s name. Get of Sire to be listed under one person’s name, even though the animals may be owned by other individuals. • All junior points show members wishing to accumulate points must compete in the open show. • This will be an approved show for the ND Junior Point Show Association (NDJPSA). • Vehicle passes must be purchased in advance of the first day of fair, and will not be available for purchase at the gate. Please order on the entry blank. Livestock vehicles will be allowed on the grounds between 8 p.m. and 10 a.m. No admittance between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. except for unloading or loading of livestock. All trailers and trucks must be parked in the west parking lot due to limited space on the fairgrounds. A shuttle will run between the west parking lot and the barns. • Fan Policy: no fans or fan stands of any type will be allowed in the barn aisles. • This is an official ABGA Sanctioned Show and their rules shall govern.

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Open Class Boer Goat Show Saturday, July 27 • Shows start at 1 p.m. All junior point show association members wishing to accumulate points toward that association must compete in open class.

Goat Premium Schedule BASED ON NUMBER OF ENTRIES PER BREED

1 or 2 shown 3 or 4 shown 5 or More shown

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Class B - Fullblood/Purebred Does

LOT 1. 0 to 3 months 2. 3 to 6 months 3. 6 to 9 months 4. 9 to 12 months 5. Junior Division Champion 6. Junior Division Reserve Champion 7. 12 to 16 months 8. 16 to 20 months 9. 20 to 24 months 10. Yearling Division Champion 11. Yearling Division Reserve Champion 12. 24 - 36 months 13. 36 months plus 14. Senior Division Champion 15. Senior Division Reserve Champion 16. Grand Champion 17. Reserve Grand Champion

LOT 1. 0 to 3 months 2. 3 to 6 months 3. 6 to 9 months 4. 9 to 12 months 5. Junior Division Champion 6. Junior Division Reserve Champion 7. 12 to 16 months 8. 16 to 20 months 9. 20 to 24 months 10. Yearling Division Champion 11. Yearling Division Reserve Champion 12. 24 - 36 months 13. 36 months plus 14. Senior Division Champion 15. Senior Division Reserve Champion 16. Grand Champion 17. Reserve Grand Champion

Class C - Fullblood Bucks 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

LOT 1. 0 to 3 months 2. 3 to 6 months 3. 6 to 9 months 4. 9 to 12 months 5. Junior Division Champion 6. Junior Division Reserve Champion 7. 12 to 16 months 8. 16 to 20 months

20 to 24 months Yearling Division Champion Yearling Division Reserve Champion 24 - 36 months 36 months plus Senior Division Champion Senior Division Reserve Champion Grand Champion Reserve Grand Champion

Class D - Market Goats LOT 1. Whether or Doe, any breed or crossbreed, born on or after January 1, 2013.

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DEPARTMENT 107 - DAIRY GOATS Superintendent: Jason Mongeon Sunday

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• Entries will close July 9 at 5 p.m. Entries may be made after that day by paying double the normal fees. Under no circumstances will entries be received after Noon on Friday, July 19. • All goats must be penned by 2 p.m. Tuesday, July 23 unless permission for late arrival has been granted by the management in writing. Open class goats may not arrive prior to 6 p.m. Monday unless prior arrangements have been made with Fair Management. Removal of goats before 6 p.m. on the closing day of the Fair will result in forfeiture of all premiums unless given permission in writing by the Fair. • No early arrivals or releases. Those wishing to arrive or depart on other times than those listed must contact the ND State Fair office: 701-857-7620. All barns will be locked and secured from 1 to 5 a.m. UPDATED HEALTH REGULATIONS: * Before unloading livestock, a state veterinarian must check all livestock to insure health and well-being of all animals exhibiting at the ND State Fair. * The drug screen policy may be enforced at the 2013 ND State Fair. Grand and Reserve Champion market beef, swine and lamb will be subjected to a drug screen immediately following completion of judging. This drug screen may include tests for detection of: (1) Steroids (2) Tranquilizers (3) Antibiotics (4) Diuretics (5) Sulfas (6) Non-Steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs) • Entry fee: $3 per lot. Canadian friends at par for entry fees compliments of Minot Convention and Visitors Bureau. • See section on Health Regulations & Animal Welfare. All goats that come to the fair, with the exception of market wether goats, must have their scrapie identification tags. Call the Federal Veterinarian’s office in ND (701-250-4210 or 866-873-2824) to obtain your scrapie eradication program tags or obtain them from your local veterinarian. All out-of-state goats will need a certificate of veterinary inspection and a permit from the ND State Board of Animal Health. To obtain, please call 701-328-2655 during regular hours or 701-220-5194 after hours. • Each animal must have its identification number listed on the health papers. It is not acceptable to list: “32 head of goats - all free of disease.” List each animal separately. Base date for age is Sept. 1. Registration papers may be checked. Only two entries in the individual rings and one in the groups will be accepted from any exhibitor. Premiums are paid on only 2 entries per lot. Any lot containing over 24 head shall be split by birthdate. All animals must have association registration papers. Photocopies will not be accepted. All registration papers must be presented when the animals are checked in at the Expo Barn Office. Animals must be exhibited in the officially recorded owner’s name. Get of Sire to be listed under one person’s name, even though the animals may be owned by other individuals. • Fan Policy: no fans or fan stands of any type will be allowed in the barn aisles. • Herdsman Award: awarded to an exhibitor of dairy goats and based on neatness and general appearance of exhibit and exhibitor’s cooperation and courtesy throughout the exhibition period. • All trailers and trucks must be parked in the west parking lot due to limited space on the Fairgrounds. A shuttle will run between the West parking lot and the barns for hauling feed, tack, supplies, etc. • Vehicle passes must be purchased in advance of first day of Fair. Please order on your entry blank. NO vehicle passes will be available at the gate. These vehicles will be allowed on grounds between the hours of 8 p.m.-10 a.m. only. NO ADMITTANCE between 10 a.m.-8 p.m. except for unloading or loading of livestock. All trailers and trucks must be parked in the west parking lot due to limited space on the Fairgrounds. A shuttle will run between the West parking lot and the barns for hauling feed, tack, supplies, etc. • This is an official ADGA sanctioned show and their rules shall govern. If you do not have a copy of Rules Governing the Conduct of Official Shows, write the North Dakota State Fair for a copy. This is a combined Jr/Sr Sanctioned Show.

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Thursday, July 25 Shows start at 3 p.m. DAIRY GOAT PREMIUM SCHEDULE BASED ON NUMBER OF ENTRIES PER BREED

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$11 $15 $22

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Class A ...........................................................................................Nubian Class B ...........................................................................................Saanen

LOT 1. Junior Kid, under 4 months 2. Senior Kid, 4 months & under 8 months 3. Junior Yearling, 8 months & under 12 months 4. Senior Yearling, 12 months & under 24 months 5. Junior Champion...........................................................................Ribbon 6. Reserve Junior Champion.............................................................Ribbon 7. Senior Doe, under 2 years old 8. Senior Doe, 2 years & under 3 years 9. Senior Doe, 3 years & under 5 years 10. Senior Doe, 5 years & over 11. Senior Champion ...........................................................................Rbbon 12. Reserve Senior Champion ............................................................Ribbon 13. Grand Champion Doe...................................................................Rosette 14. Reserve Grand Champion Doe.....................................................Rosette 15. Junior Buck, under 6 months

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Junior Buck, 6 months & under 12 months Junior Champion...........................................................................Ribbon Reserve Junior Champion.............................................................Ribbon Grand Champion Junior Buck......................................................Rosette Reserve Grand Champion Junior Buck........................................Rosette Jr Get of Sire - Three Jr does, get of one sire, sire must be named Sr Get of Sire - Three Sr does, get of one sire, sire must be named Dam and Produce - To consist of dam and her daughter, and age, dam must be named Produce of Dam - Two does, any age, produce of same doe. Dam must be named Get of Sire - Three does in milk, get of one sire. Sire must be named Best 3 Females - Three does, any age, bred and owned by exhibitor Dairy Herd - Four does in milk, owned by exhibitor

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DEPARTMENT 108 - POULTRY Superintendent: Don Ost Sponsored by: North Country Mercantile Sunday

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• Entries will close July 9 at 5 p.m. Entries may be made after that day by paying double the normal fees. Under no circumstances will entries be received after Noon on Friday, July 19. • No early arrivals or releases. Those wishing to arrive or depart on days other than those listed above must contact the ND State Fair office: 701-857-7620. UPDATED HEALTH REGULATIONS: * Before unloading livestock, a state veterinarian must check all livestock to insure health and well-being of all animals exhibiting at the ND State Fair. * All entries are subject to inspection by the State Fair’s veterinarian and are to be free of parasites and disease. * Read all general rules and regulations, as well as Health Regulations, before making entry per the American Poultry Association standards. Poultry must be purebred and representative of their breed. All out-of-state poultry will need a certificate of veterinary inspection and a permit from the ND State Board of Animal Health. To obtain, please call 701-328-2655 during regular office hours or 701-220-5194 after hours. If you are planning on exhibiting birds in ND, you have one of three choices: 1. Become a National Poultry Improvement Plan (NPIP) flock. OR 2. Test exhibition birds within 90 days of the exhibition. OR 3. Purchase exhibition birds from NPIP sources (flock, hatchery, or retail location selling from an NPIP approved source). AND a. Complete a Poultry Exhibition Statement of Origin form (SFN 60329 (2-2013)), including required signatures. This form must accompany the birds to exhibits/shows. i. Form can be found on North Dakota Department of Agriculture’s website: http://www.nd.gov/ndda/program/national-poultry-improvement-plan AND b. Have the birds banded prior to exhibition. i. Chickens, turkeys and game birds, except baby poultry, must be individually identified with a leg or wing band. • The entry fee is 50¢ per bird entered, or $1 for trios and pens. Entries are to be made on official NDSF entry forms, and must be paid in full at the entry time, payable to the North Dakota State Fair. • The Fair will feed, water and care for your birds. Cages, feed, water and litter will be provided by the North Dakota State Fair. • When filling out entry form, remember that a “cock” or “hen” is a bird over one year. A “Cockerel” and “pullet” is a bird under one year. A trio is one male and two females of the same breed and age. “Pens” are three-of-one kind listed. Birds entered as singles are not allowed to be entered as trios and vice versa. A bird may not be entered in more than one lot. 4-H and FFA members may show the same bird in open class. There is no limit to the number of entries per lot. • All birds must be caged and on exhibit by 9 a.m., Saturday, July 20. Judging will start at 1 p.m., Sunday, July 21. • All entries must be made in the name of the exhibitor and must be bona fide property of the exhibitor. • The superintendent may elect to use bands for identification and to re-classify birds at his discretion. • The North Dakota State Fair will exercise all reasonable care of the exhibits and will not be responsible for loss by any causes. • The awarding of premiums will be by comparison. The premium paid and the ribbon to be placed on an exhibit will be left to the discretion of the judge. • Birds are released Monday, July 22 at 6 p.m. Early withdrawal may result in premium forfeiture. • Premiums will be paid on all standard varieties of each breed as per the American Poultry Association standards. • All trailers and trucks must be parked in the west parking lot due to limited space on the Fairgrounds. A shuttle will run between the West parking lot and the barns for hauling feed, tack, supplies, etc. • Vehicle passes must be purchased in advance of first day of Fair. Please order on your entry blank. NO vehicle passes will be available at the gate. These vehicles will be allowed on grounds between the hours of 8 p.m.-10 a.m. only. NO ADMITTANCE between 10 a.m.-8 p.m. except for unloading or loading of livestock. All trailers and trucks must be parked in the west parking lot due to limited space on the Fairgrounds. A shuttle will run between the West parking lot and the barns for hauling feed, tack, supplies, etc. J uly 19 – 27, 2013

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Poultry Premium Schedule BASED ON NUMBER OF ENTRIES PER BREED

All BV BB BC BOA

1st $3.50

2nd $2.50

3rd $1.50

Best of Variety RV Reserve Variety - Ribbon Best of Breed: $4.00 RB Reserve Breed: $2.00 Best in Class $5.00 RC Reserve Class $3.00 Best Over All $10.00 ROA Reserve Over All $5.00 Cash awards will be mailed September 6, 2013.

Sunday, July 21 • 1 p.m. Judges: Don Vitko (Minot, ND) Lots for Class A – L Chickens: Lot 1 Cock Lot 2 Hen Lot 3 Cockerel Lot 4 Pullet Lot 5 Old Trio Lot 6 Young Trio

Large Fowl Class A - American Large Fowl: 001 Plymouth Rocks barred 002 Plymouth Rocks white 003 Plymouth Rocks buff 004 Plymouth Rocks silver penciled 005 Plymouth Rocks partridge 006 Plymouth Rocks Columbian 007 Plymouth Rocks blue 008 Dominiques 009 Wyandottes silver laced 010 Wyandottes golden laced 011 Wyandottes white 012 Wyandottes black 013 Wyandottes buff 014 Wyandottes partridge 015 Wyandottes silver penciled 016 Wyandottes Columbian 017 Wyandottes blue 018 Javas black 019 Javas mottled 020 Rhode Island Reds single comb 021 Rhode Island Reds rose comb 022 Rhode Island Whites rose comb 023 Buckeyes 024 Chanteclers white 025 Chanteclers partridge 026 Jersey Giants black 027 Jersey Giants white 028 Lamonas white 029 New Hampshires 030 Hollands white 031 Hollands barred 032 Delawares Class B - Asiatic Large Fowl: 033 Brahmas light 034 Brahmas dark 035 Brahmas buff 38

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Class C - English Large Fowl: 048 Dorkings white 049 Dorkings silver gray 050 Dorkings colored 051 Dorkings red 052 Redcaps 053 Cornish dark 054 Cornish white 055 Cornish white laced red 056 Cornish buff 057 Orpingtons buff 058 Orpingtons black 059 Orpingtons white 060 Orpingtons blue 061 Sussex speckled 062 Sussex red 063 Sussex light 064 Australorps black Class D - Mediterranean Large Fowl: 065 Leghorns dark brown single comb 066 Leghorns light brown single comb 067 Leghorns dark brown rose comb 068 Leghorns light brown rose comb 069 Leghorns white single comb 070 Leghorns white rose comb 071 Leghorns buff single comb 072 Leghorns black single comb 073 Leghorns silver single comb 074 Leghorns red single comb 075 Leghorns black-tailed red single comb 076 Leghorns Columbian single comb 077 Leghorns black rose comb 078 Leghorns buff rose comb 079 Leghorns silver rose comb 080 Leghorns golden duckwing single comb www.ndstatefair.com

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Minorcas black single comb Minorcas black rose comb Minorcas white single comb Minorcas white rose comb Minorcas buff single comb Minorcas buff rose comb Black Spanish white faced Andalusians blue Anconas single comb Anconas rose comb Sicilian Buttercups Catalanas buff

Class E - Continental Large Fowl: 093 Barnevelders 094 Hamburgs golden spangled 095 Hamburgs silver spangled 096 Hamburgs golden penciled 097 Hamburgs silver penciled 098 Hamburgs white 099 Hamburgs black 100 Campines silver 101 Campines golden 102 Lakenvelders 103 Welsummers 104 Polish nonbearded white crested black 105 Polish nonbearded golden 106 Polish nonbearded silver 107 Polish nonbearded white 108 Polish nonbearded black crested white 109 Polish nonbearded white crested blue 110 Polish nonbearded buff laced 111 Polish bearded golden 112 Polish bearded silver 113 Polish bearded white 114 Polish bearded buff laced 115 Houdans mottled 116 Houdans white 117 Crevecoeurs black 118 LaFleche black 119 Faverolles salmon 120 Faverolles white

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Class F - All Other Standard Breeds: 121 Modern Game black breasted red 122 Modern Game brown red 123 Modern Game golden duckwing 124 Modern Game silver duckwing 125 Modern Game birchen 126 Modern Game red pyle 127 Modern Game white 128 Modern Game black 129 Modern Game wheaten 130 Old English Game black breasted red 131 Old English Game brown red 132 Old English Game golden duckwing 133 Old English Game silver duckwing 134 Old English Game red pyle 135 Old English Game white 136 Old English Game black 137 Old English Game spangled 138 Old English Game blue breasted red 139 Old English Game lemon blue 140 Old English Game blue 141 Old English Game golden duckwing 142 Old English Game blue silver duckwing 143 Old English Game self blue 144 Old English Game crele 145 Sumatras black 146 Malays black breasted red 147 Malays spangled 148 Malays black 149 Malays white 150 Malays red pyle 151 Malays wheaten 152 Cubalayas black breasted red 153 Cubalayas white 154 Cubalayas black 155 Phoenix silver 156 Phoenix golden 157 Yokohamas white 158 Yokohamas red shoulder 159 Aseels black breasted red 160 Aseels dark 161 Aseels spangled 162 Aseels white 163 Aseels wheaten 164 Shamos black 165 Shamos black breasted red 166 Shamos dark 167 Shamos wheaten 168 Sultans white 169 Frizzles clean legged 170 Frizzles feather legged 171 Naked Necks red 172 Naked Necks white 173 Naked Necks buff 174 Naked Necks black 175 Araucanas black 176 Araucanas black red 177 Araucanas golden duckwing 178 Araucanas silver duckwing 179 Araucanas white 180 Ameraucanas black 181 Ameraucanas blue 182 Ameraucanas blue wheaten

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Bantams: Class G - Modern Game Bantams: 189 black 190 black breasted red 191 blue 192 blue breasted red 193 brown red 194 golden duckwing 195 lemon blue 196 red pyle 197 silver blue 198 silver duckwing 199 white 200 wheaten Class H - Old English Game Bantams: 201 birchen 202 black 203 black breasted red 204 blue 205 blue breasted red 206 blue golden duckwing 207 blue silver duckwing 208 blue brassy back 209 brassy back 210 brown red 211 Columbian 212 crele 213 cuckoo 214 ginger red 215 golden duckwing 216 lemon blue 217 quail 218 red pyle 219 self blue 220 silver blue 221 silver duckwing 222 spangled 223 wheaten 224 white 225 barred 226 mille fleur 227 mottled 228 porcelain Class I - Single Comb Clean Legged Bantams (SCCL): 229 Ancona bantam single comb 230 Ancona bantam rose comb 231 Andalusian bantam blue 232 Australorp bantam black 233 Campine bantam golden 234 Campine bantam silver 235 Catalana bantam buff 236 Delaware bantam single comb 237 Dorking bantam colored

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Dorking bantam silver gray Dutch bantam light brown Dutch bantam silver Dutch bantam blue light brown Frizzle bantam single comb Holland bantam barred Holland bantam white Japanese bantam barred Japanese bantam black tailed buff Japanese bantam black tailed white Japanese bantam brown red Japanese bantam gray Japanese bantam mottled Japanese bantam wheaten Japanese bantam white Java bantam black Java bantam mottled Jersey Giant bantam black Jersey Giant bantam white Lakenvelder bantam single comb Lamona bantam white Leghorn bantam barred Leghorn bantam black Leghorn bantam black tailed red Leghorn bantam buff Leghorn bantam Columbian Leghorn bantam dark brown Leghorn bantam golden duckwing Leghorn bantam light brown Leghorn bantam red Leghorn bantam silver Leghorn bantam white Minorca bantam black Minorca bantam buff Minorca bantam white Naked Neck bantam red Naked Neck bantam black Naked Neck bantam white New Hampshire bantam single comb Orpington bantam black Orpington bantam blue Orpington bantam buff Orpington bantam white Phoenix bantam golden Phoenix bantam silver Plymouth Rock bantam barred Plymouth Rock bantam blue Plymouth Rock bantam buff Plymouth Rock bantam Columbian Plymouth Rock bantam partridge Plymouth Rock bantam silver penciled Plymouth Rock bantam white Plymouth Rock bantam black Rhode Island Red bantam single comb White Faced Black Spanish bantam single comb Sussex bantam lights Sussex bantam red Sussex bantam speckled Welsummer bantam partridge

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Class J - Rose Comb Clean Legged Bantams (RCCL): 297 Anconas bantam rose comb 298 Belgian bantam bearded d’Anvers black 299 Belgian bantam bearded d’Anvers blue 300 Belgian bantam bearded d’Anvers cuckoo 301 Belgian bantam bearded d’Anvers mille fleur 302 Belgian bantam bearded d’Anvers mottled 303 Belgian bantam bearded d’Anvers porcelain 304 Belgian bantam bearded d’Anvers quail 305 Belgian bantam bearded d’Anvers self blue 306 Belgian bantam bearded d’Anvers white 307 Dominiques bantam rose comb 308 Dorkings bantam rose comb white 309 Hamburg bantam black 310 Hamburg bantam golden penciled 311 Hamburg bantam golden spangled 312 Hamburg bantam silver penciled 313 Hamburg bantam silver spangled 314 Hamburg bantam white 315 Leghorn bantam black 316 Leghorn bantam buff 317 Leghorn bantam dark brown 318 Leghorn bantam light brown 319 Leghorn bantam silver 320 Leghorn bantam white 321 Minorca bantam black 322 Minorca bantam white 323 Redcaps bantam rose comb 324 Rhode Island Reds bantam rose comb 325 Rhode Island Whites bantam rose comb 326 Rose comb bantam black 327 Rose comb bantam blue 328 Rose comb bantam white 329 Sebrights golden bantam 330 Sebrights silver bantam 331 Wyandottes bantam black 332 Wyandottes bantam blue 333 Wyandottes bantam buff 334 Wyandottes bantam buff Columbian 335 Wyandottes bantam Columbian 336 Wyandottes bantam golden laced 337 Wyandottes bantam partridge 338 Wyandottes bantam silver laced 339 Wyandottes bantam white Class K - All Other Combs Clean Legged Bantams (AOCCL): 340 Ameraucana bantams black 341 Ameraucana bantams blue 342 Ameraucana bantam blue wheaten 343 Ameraucana bantam brown red 344 Ameraucana bantam buff 345 Ameraucana bantam silver 346 Ameraucana bantam wheaten 347 Ameraucana bantam white 348 Araucana bantam black 349 Araucana bantam black red 350 Araucana bantam golden duckwing

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Araucana bantam silver Araucana bantam duckwing Araucana bantam white Buckeye bantam peacomb Chantecler bantam partridge Chantecler bantam white Cornish bantam black Cornish bantam blue laced red Cornish bantam buff Cornish bantam dark Cornish bantam mottled Cornish bantam spangled Cornish bantam white Cornish bantam white laced red Crevecoeur bantam black Cubulaya bantam black Cubulaya bantam black breasted red Cubulaya bantam white Houdans bantam mottled Houdans bantam white LaFleche bantam black Malay bantam black breasted red Malay bantam black Malay bantam red pyle Malay bantam white Malay bantam spangled Malay bantam wheaten Polish bearded bantam buff laced Polish bearded bantam golden Polish bearded bantam silver Polish bearded bantam white Polish nonbearded bantam buff laced Polish nonbearded bantam golden Polish nonbearded bantam silver Polish nonbearded bantam white Polish nonbearded bantam white crested black Polish nonbearded bantam white crested blue Shamos bantam wheaten Shamos bantam black Shamos bantam dark Sicilian Buttercups bantam Sumatra bantam black Sumatra bantam blue Yokohamas bantam white Yokohamas bantam red shouldered

Class L - Feather Legged Bantams: 396 Booted nonbearded bantam black 397 Booted nonbearded bantam mille fleur 398 Booted nonbearded bantam porcelain 399 Booted nonbearded bantam self blue 400 Booted nonbearded bantam white 401 Belgian bearded bantam d’uccle black 402 Belgian bearded bantam d’uccle golden neck 403 Belgian bearded bantam d’uccle mille fl eur 404 Belgian bearded bantam d’uccle mottled 405 Belgian bearded bantam d’uccle porcelain 406 Belgian bearded bantam d’uccle self blue 407 Belgian bearded bantam d’uccle white

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Brahma bantam buff Brahma bantam dark Brahma bantam light Cochin bantam barred Cochin bantam birchen Cochin bantam black Cochin bantam blue Cochin bantam brown red Cochin bantam buff Cochin bantam Columbian Cochin bantam golden laced Cochin bantam mottled Cochin bantam partridge Cochin bantam red Cochin bantam silver laced Cochin bantam white Faverolles bantam salmon Faverolles bantam white Fizzles bantam feather legged Langshans bantam black Langshans bantam white Langshans bantam blue Silkies bearded bantam black Silkies bearded bantam white Silkies bearded bantam blue Silkies bearded bantam buff Silkies bearded bantam gray Silkies bearded bantam partridge Silkies nonbearded bantam black Silkies nonbearded bantam white Silkies nonbearded bantam blue Silkies nonbearded bantam buff Silkies nonbearded bantam gray Silkies nonbearded bantam partridge Sultan bantam white

Lots for Class M – P Ducks Lot 1 Adult Drake Lot 2 Adult Duck Lot 3 Young Drake Lot 4 Young Duck Lot 5 Old Trio (1 male, 2 females) Lot 6 Young Trio (1 male, 2 females) Class M - Heavy Ducks: 443 Pekin white 444 Aylesbury white 445 Rouen 446 Muscovy white 447 Muscovy black 448 Muscovy blue 449 Muscovy chocolate 450 Silver Appleyard 451 Saxony Class N - Medium Ducks: 452 Cayuga black 453 Crested white 454 Crested black 455 Swedish blue 456 Swedish buff

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Class O - Light Ducks: 457 Runner fawn and white 458 Runner white 459 Runner penciled black 460 Runner buff 461 Runner chocolate 462 Runner Cumberland blue 463 Runner gray 464 Campbell khaki 465 Magpie black and white 466 Magpie blue and white 467 Harlequin Class P - Bantam Ducks: 468 Call gray 469 Call white 470 Call blue 471 Call snowy 472 Call buff 473 Call pastel 474 East Indie black 475 Mallard gray 476 Mallard snowy Lots for Class Q – S Geese Lot 1 Adult Gander Lot 2 Adult Goose Lot 3 Young Gander Lot 4 Young Goose Lot 5 Old Trio Lot 6 Young Trio Class Q - Heavy Geese: 477 Toulouse gray 478 Toulouse buff 479 Embden white 480 African brown 481 African white Class R - Medium Geese: 482 Sebastopol white 483 Pilgrim sexlinked 484 American Buff 485 Saddleback Pomeranian gray 486 Saddleback Pomeranian buff Class S - Light Geese: 487 Chinese brown 488 Chinese white 489 Tufted Roman white 490 Canadian eastern 491 Egyptian colored

Lots for Class T Turkeys Lot 1 Old Tom Lot 2 Old Hen Lot 3 Young Tom Lot 4 Young Hen Lot 5 Pen of 3 Young Toms Lot 6 Pen of 3 Young Hens

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Class T - Turkeys: 492 Bronze 493 Narrangansett 494 White Holland 495 Black 496 Slate 497 Bourbon Red 498 Beltsville Small White 499 Royal Palm Lots for Class U Any Other Misc. Fowl Lot 1 Old Male Lot 2 Old Female Lot 3 Young Male Lot 4 Young Female Class U - Any Other Misc. Fowl: 500 Guinneas 501 Pheasants 502 Peacocks 503 Quail 504 Other Lots for Class V - CC Pigeons Lot 1 Old Cock Lot 2 Old Hen Lot 3 Young Cock Lot 4 Young Hen Class V - Fancy Pigeons: 505 Chinese Owl 506 Fantail 507 Helmet 508 Indian Fantail 509 Modena 510 Old Dutch Capuchine 511 Oriental Frill 512 Other Fancy Class W - Homer and Racer Pigeons: 513 American Giant Homer 514 American Show Racer 515 American Show Homer 516 Other Homers and Racers Class X - Pouters and Croppers: 517 English Pouter 518 Other Pouters and Croppers Class Y - Rare Breeds: 519 Australian Saddleback 520 Valencian Figurita 521 Other Rare Breeds

Class AA - Syrian Breeds: 524 Syrian Fantail 525 Other Syrian Breeds Class BB - Trumpeter Breeds: 526 English Trumpeter 527 Other Trumpeters Class CC - Utility Breeds: 528 American Giant Rumbler 529 Other Utility Breeds Pigeons can be reclassified by variety according to the number of entries per breed so please list the color also. Please enter the Class Letter and Name, the breeder number and name, and the description so the show can be placed in the proper order for judging.

Class Z - Swallows and Color Pigeons: 522 Frill Back 523 Other Swallows and Color Pigeons

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American Bantam Association PO Box 127, Augusta, NJ 07822 • Phone/Fax: 973-383-8633 • Email: Fancybantams@embarqmail.com~ • Website: www.Bantamclub.com SPECIAL MEET RIBBONS TO CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION BANTAM. $1.00 Bantam Buck for Champion and Reserve for all seven Bantam Divisions (providing there are a minimum of 25 birds competing), plus a free listing in the upcoming ABA Yearbook Star Pin will be awarded in all classes of 100 or more, plus a listing in the upcoming yearbook in the section “Who’s Who in Bantams.” All wins in classes of 100 or more will be denoted with a star * and be retained in the ABA records to accumulate toward the Master Exhibitor, Master Breeder, and Lifetime Achievement awards Only ABA members are eligible to compete for the above awards. Dues are $20 per year or $50 for three years. New members receive a copy of the quarterly and the latest available copy of the Annual American Bantam Association Yearbook, which lists many advertisers and includes a complete breed and variety index. Winners of ABA awards are listed in the yearbook under Who’s Who in Bantams. Starred wins are earned in classes of 100 or more in the following: • Champions and Reserve Champions in the seven Bantam Divisions • Best and Reserve of Breed and Variety • Best Display when 7 or more bantam displays are shown • Best and Reserve Display when 10 or more bantam displays are shown • Best and Reserve Trio when 30 or more trios are shown by 4 or more exhibitors A single bird is eligible for only one award and can earn only one starred win. Awards are subject to change.

State Meet American Poultry Association P.O. Box 306 • Burgettstown, PA • 724-729-3459 • Pat Horstman, Secretary • secretaryapa@yahoo.com A.P.A. invites you to become a member. Annual dues are $20 for 1 year, $50 for 3 years, $25 for one year outside the U.S. and Canada. Junior dues (for those 18 and under) are $15 per year or $40 for 3 years. Endowment Trust Life membership is $365. All Annual and Endowment Trust Life members receive our yearbook and are eligible to earn points toward a Master Exhibitor Award. Every member is eligible for the awards at this show. A minimum of 10 Master Exhibitor Award points will be awarded to any qualified win at this show. Open Show Awards APA ribbons awarded for the following Class Champions and Reserve Class Champions: Large Chickens: American, Asiatic, English, Mediterranean, Continental, All Other Standard Breeds Bantam Chickens: Modern Game, Old English Game, Single Comb Clean Legged, Rose Comb Clean Legged, Feather Legged, All Other Comb Clean Legged Ducks: Heavy, Medium, Light, Bantam Geese: Heavy, Medium, Light Turkeys Guinea Fowl Special APA certificates for Show Champion and Show Reserve Special APA medals for the following division champions: Large Chickens, Bantam Chickens, Ducks, Geese, Turkeys, Guinea Fowl Junior Awards An APA ribbon will be awarded for the following Champions shown by junior exhibitors: • Champion Large Chicken • Champion Bantam shown by a Junior • Champion of Ducks, Geese, Turkeys, and Guinea Fowl APA medals will be awarded for Junior Show Champion and Reserve Show Champion. Juniors need not be APA members to receive these awards. All Judging will be by the latest edition of the American Standard of Perfection, copyrighted by the American Poultry Association, Inc. Application for membership may be made at the show or may be sent to the American Poultry Association, but application must be made prior to the judging to be eligible for the APA awards.

Plymouth Rock Fancier’s Club State Meet • • • • • • •

Certificate for Champion Large Plymouth Rock Certificate for Champion Bantam Plymouth Rock Rosette for Best Display of large Plymouth Rocks Rosette for Best Display of Bantam Plymouth Rocks Best of Variety Ribbons when seven or more birds are shown in a variety. Rosettes for Best Large Plymouth Rock and Best Bantam Plymouth Rock by a Junior when there are two or more exhibitors. These awards are for either a Junior or Open Show. You must be a member to be eligible for awards. Send dues before judging to be eligible for awards. Dues are $15.00 for single and $5.00 for junior (under 18) per calender year or $100.00 for a lifetime. Club patches are 4” - $4.00 and 3” - $3.00. 1987, 1988,1990,1995, & 1997 yearbooks are available at $2.00 each or $10.00 for all 5. 42

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DEPARTMENT 109 - AG PRODUCTS Sponsored by Archer Daniels Midland Superintendent: Tracy Hartwig

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Entry Fee: None Open class crops and gardens are shown in the Magic Place in the ND State Fair Center. There are two garden shows, beginning July 19 and July 23, to ensure fresh displays. 4-H and FFA garden exhibits are also displayed in the Magic Place. Who may enter: Any North Dakota resident — farmer, gardener or seed grower may be an exhibitor, but no person shall be permitted to enter more than one exhibit in any one lot, nor shall members of the same family living on the same farm or household be permitted to compete in the same lot. Exhibits must have been raised and owned by the person entering them. When to enter: Entries for the first show must be brought in Wednesday, July 17 between the hours of 1 and 5 p.m. and Thursday, July 18 between the hours of 8 a.m. and Noon. Entries for the second show must be brought in Tuesday, July 23 between the hours of 8 and 11 a.m. Exhibits may be mailed to the ND State Fair or brought to the Magic Place. The Fair management is not bound to take entries made after noon Thursday, July 18. See special information governing show period for vegetables and garden produce. How to enter: Entries must be listed on an official entry form by July 9. Due to our computer entry program, we encourage you to mail your entry form in early. Please clearly print name, address, class, department, lot and name on the entry form, as well as on the sample being exhibited. Variety should be listed with the name of each sample. Entry blanks are available in this book. Use separate entry blanks for each department (i.e. Fine Arts, Needlework, etc.); you may photocopy the entry form. A gate pass for an auto, driver and one passenger, good for the necessary times and dates of entry and change-over only, will be provided. Abuse of this pass will result in discontinuation. Entries must be received by entry deadline to qualify for this pass. The any other crop/produce lot in various sections is included to make provision for exhibiting other named crop/produce which are less commonly grown. All such crop/produce in a given lot compete with each other for places but will be judged on the basis of individual merit with respect to the particular crop/produce. Judging criteria: Exhibits in the first show will be judged Thursday, July 18, and for the second show, Tuesday, July 23. At this time ribbons will be attached, except the special information governing the second show period for vegetables and garden produce. Instructions on size of exhibits are given under each class. Follow these closely; exhibits of less than the required amount will not be considered for premiums. Treating entries with oil chemicals or processing in any way injurious to the exhibit is not permitted. The judges are instructed not to award premiums to entries unfit for the show or those incorrectly named. This a Produce Show: only high quality material should be exhibited. The show management reserves the right to reject any exhibits which are determined undesirable. 4-H and FFA Pure Seed members should make duplicate exhibits if they wish to enter open class. Return of samples: Exhibits may be picked up between 6 and 9 p.m. on the last day of each show. After 9 p.m., they will be disposed of. Exhibits will be returned to the exhibitor at exhibitor’s own expense if request is made before the close of the show. The Fair reserves the right to color any sample. This will not injure the growing qualities of the sample, but is a precedent followed by all leading Fairs in the country. The show management will exercise reasonable precaution with all items but will not be responsible for loss of or mixture of samples. All exhibits must remain in place for each show as specified. Ribbons must remain on the exhibits during the entire show. All exhibits will become the property of the Fair unless claimed by 9 p.m. Saturday, July 27. Cash awards will be mailed September 6, 2013. 44

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Class A - Grain and Forage Bundles To make small grain, grasses, and millet sheaves entered for seed production: Select uniform high quality plants. Spread the grain plants out in a sheltered area and allow to dry for one day. Strip off all leaves, taking care not to break the straw in handling. Form a core of 30 to 40 stems, then place the other stems around the core to form a sheaf 7-9 inches in circumference (around) at a point half way between the heads and the butt. Tie the bundle firmly in three places, using cord which will not cut the straw. Form the crown (heads) in a rounded shape by moving the core up and down. Cut off the butt squarely and hang the sheaf with heads down until exhibited.

To make a forage sheaf: Select the leafiest types to be found in the field and cut close to the ground. Do not strip a single leaf or branchlet from the stem as forage should retain its color and leaves. In making up show bundles, select those individual stems that have retained the most and best leaves with their color. Make bundles from 3 to 5 inches in diameter (across) or 9.4 to 11 inches in circumference (around) tied securely once at a point 1/3 from the base, and tied a second time loosely once about half way up to prevent spreading. Sheaves measuring under 9.4 inches in circumference will be disqualified. Corn, Sudan, Sorghum and Millet sheaves shall be tied three times at uniform spacing.

To make alfalfa and sweet clover sheaves entered for seed production: Use same guidelines as for forage production, select stalks showing maximum seed development. To make a sunflower sheaf: The entire plant should be shown with the leaves removed. Seed Production Sheaf Premiums: $7.00 • $5.00 • $3.50 LOT 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Any hard red spring wheat Any Durum Wheat Safflower Any barley variety Any oat variety Any flax variety Any rye variety Millet for seed Sweet Clover for seed Alfalfa for seed Bromus for seed Crested wheat grass for seed Sunflower, 6 stalks Canola Any other crop seed

Forage Production Sheaf Premiums: $7.00 • $5.00 • $3.50 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24.

Crested wheat grass forage Sudan grass forage Corn forage, 6 stalks Bromus forage Alfalfa forage Sweet clover forage Sorghum forage Millet forage Any other variety forage

Thanks to our Grain Forage Bundle Sponsors:

Wilbur Ellis, North Dakota Wheat Commission and Western Agency The North Dakota Wheat Commission on behalf of North Dakota Wheat Producers and in recognition of outstanding wheat sheaf preparation, offers the following additional three place premiums for wheat and durum exhibits:

1st - $25 • 2nd - $20 • 3rd - $15

Class B - Field Crops and Grains Grains, grasses, corn and legume exhibits must have been grown by the exhibitor in the State of North Dakota in 2012 and 2013. Minimum requirements grains, grasses, legumes or flax - one quart, corn - six ears. Variety name must be listed on lots 1-7. Premiums: $7.00 • $5.00 • $3.50 LOT 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

Any variety of HRS wheat Any variety of durum wheat Any variety of flax Malting barley Feed barley Any variety oats Any variety rye Alfalfa Sweet clover Brome grass Field corn (6 ears, husks removed) Yellow mustard Crested wheat grass Other garden or field beans Pinto beans Navy beans Winter wheat Millet Sunflower (oil variety)

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The North Dakota Corn Council The North Dakota Wheat Commission on behalf of North Dakota Wheat Producers and in recognition of outstanding wheat sample preparation, offers the following additional three place premiums for wheat and durum exhibits:

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Class C & D - Vegetables and Fruit Produce •

Vegetables must have been grown by the exhibitor in North Dakota in 2013. Exhibits must consist of that part of the plant commonly used for human consumption. An auto and one passenger pass, good for the necessary times and dates of entry and change-over only, will be provided for this year’s Fair. Abuse of this pass will result in discontinuation for 2014. The gate at the NW end of the Fairgrounds and the door at the NW corner of the Theater shall be unlocked and manned for your delivery and pick-up convenience. There will be two show periods for this class:

First Show • This show starts Friday, July 19, and lasts through Monday, July 22. Exhibits may be brought to the Magic Place on Wednesday, July 17 between the hours of 1 and 5 p.m. or on Thursday, July 18 between the hours of 8 a.m. and noon. No entries will be accepted after 12 noon on Thursday, July 18. Judging will begin at 1 p.m. • After the show, exhibits may be picked up on Monday, July 22, between the hours of 6 and 9 p.m. Second Show: • This show starts Tuesday, July 23, and lasts through Saturday, July 27. Exhibits may be brought to the Magic Place between 8 and 11 a.m. on Tuesday, July 23. No entries will be accepted after 11 am on Tuesday, July 23. Judging will begin at noon. • After the show, exhibits may be picked up Saturday, July 27 between the hours of 6 and 9 p.m. • Blue ribbon winners of the First Show or members of the same farm or household may not re-enter that a same lot for the Second Show. • Exhibitors are required to collect their own containers at the end of each show period in which they have exhibited.

Class C - Vegetables Vegetable will be judged on the following criteria: uniformity, maturity, correct number and preparation, full size, good color and shape, firm, free of damage by insects, disease or mechanical injury. Beans: Exhibit 12 pods with calyx (stem). Beets: May wash, tops one to one and one-half inches long, leave tap root. Exhibit six beets. Broccoli: Over three inch head diameter, remove all leaves, head and stock six to eight inches long. Exhibit one head. Cabbage: Do not peel excessively, leave layers of sound green outer leaves, but loose leaves should be removed. Trim root smooth with the base of the leaves. Exhibit one head. Carrots: Top one to one and one-half inches long, may wash and leave tap root. Exhibit six carrots. Cauliflower: Trim leaves even with outer edge of head, remove older leaves, cut stem 1” below base of the head. Exhibit one head. Celery: Trim leaves uniformly, cut roots even with stock. Exhibit one plant. Cucumbers: Wipe clean, leave half inch stem. Dill: Trim to a four inch stem. Exhibit six, seed bearing heads tied together at 1” from the base. Eggplant: One inch of stem attached. Exhibit one specimen. Garlic: One inch stem, trim root to one inch of bulb. Exhibit six garlic. Kohlrabi: Cut root off at base. Cut off all leaves to within approximately one and one half inches of the bulb. Exhibit three kohlrabi. Lettuce (head): Trim older outer leaves, remove root. Exhibit one plant Muskmelons: Stems removed, exhibit one melon. Onions (red, yellow, white): Remove all dead layers of skin, clean but do not wash, leave one to one and one-half inch stem; however, do not injure bulb, trim root to 1/4 inch. Exhibit six onions. Onions (green): Remove outer covering on bulb, trim tops so overall length is six to eight inches, trim root 3/4 inch of bulb. Exhibit six onions. Parsnips: Cut tops one to one and one-half inches, leave tap root. Exhibit three parsnips. Peas: 12 pods with calyx (stem). Peppers: Leave one-half to one inch stem. Exhibit three peppers. Potatoes (red, white or russet): Brush or wipe off with soft cloth, can be washed but do not scrub. Exhibit six potatoes. Radishes (globe or icicle): Leave one-half inch top growth and tap root. Exhibit six radishes. Rhubarb: Trim so two inches of leaf blade remains attached to stalks, do not remove ends. Tie six stalks at each end and center. Exhibit one bunch. Rutabaga: Cut tops to one to one and one-half inches, leave tap root. Exhibit three rutabagas. Squash, other: Normal harvest size, leave stem, exhibit one. Summer Squash: Zucchini type, maximum eight inches long, leave stem. Exhibit three. Sweet Corn: Do not remove husks, trim silk to within one inch of top of husk, shank one to two inches long. Exhibit three ears. Swiss Chard: Use three plants, trim older outer leaves, leave root, wrap root in wet paper and cover with plastic. Tomatoes: Remove stems. Exhibit six larger fruits or 12 cherry types. Turnips: Cut tops one to one and one-half inches, leave tap root. Exhibit three turnips. Watermelon: One to one and one-half inch stem, exhibit one melon.

Class D - Fruits All fruits shown must be raised by the exhibitor in North Dakota and proof of the same may be required. All fruit classes: remove stems except strawberries. Grapes should be displayed in clusters.

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ENTRY FORM: Department 109, Class C and Class D Return completed entry to: North Dakota State Fair, PO Box 1796, Minot, ND 58702 Name of Exhibitor ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ City________________________________________________________________State____________ Zip Code________________________ Daytime Phone___________________________ Cell Phone_________________________Email ___________________________________ (Please include as much information as possible in case we need to contact you regarding your entry.) Please accept the entries of articles indicated below for exhibition at the North Dakota State Fair, subject to the rules and classifications published in the premium listing, by which I hereby agree to be governed, and I further declare that all statements made in connection with said entries are true. No entries will be accepted unless filed with the ND State Fair office before the closing date. I have carefully read the rules of entry.

Signature of Exhibitor __________________________________________________________________________ Date___________________ I Check here if under 21 years of age.

Class C - Vegetables Premiums: $4.50 • $3.50 • $2.50 1st Show 2nd Show Lots Lots I 1. I 101. I 2. I 102. I 3. I 103. I 4. I 104. I 5. I 105. I 6. I 106. I 7. I 107. I 8. I 108. I 9. I 109. I 10. I 110. I 11. I 111. I 12. I 112. I 13. I 113. I 14. I 114. I 15. I 115. I 16. I 116. I 17. I 117. I 18. I 118. I 19. I 119. I 20. I 120.

Beans - green pods 12 pods Beans - wax pods 12 pods Beets 6 beets Broccoli 1 head Cabbage 1 head Carrots - table 6 carrots Cauliflower 1 head Celery 1 plant Cucumbers, slicing 3 cucumbers Cucumbers, pickling 3 cucumbers Dill 6 seed heads Eggplant 1 specimen Garlic 6 bulbs Kohlrabi 3 bulbs Lettuce, head 1 head Muskmelons 1 melon Onions, green 6 onions Onions, red 6 onions Onions, white 6 onions Onions, yellow 6 onions

1st Show 2nd Show Lots Lots I 21. I 121. I 22. I 122. I 23. I 123. I 24. I 124. I 25. I 125. I 26. I 126. I 27. I 127. I 28. I 128. I 29. I 129. I 30. I 130. I 31. I 131. I 32. I 132. I 33. I 133. I 34. I 134. I 35. I 135. I 36. I 136. I 37. I 137. I 38. I 138. I 39. I 139. I 40. I 140. I 41. I 141.

Parsnips 3 roots Peas, green pods 12 pods Peas, edible pods 12 pods Peppers, bell 3 peppers Peppers, others 3 peppers Potatoes, red 6 potatoes Potatoes, russet 6 potatoes Potatoes, white 6 potatoes Radish, globe 6 radishes Radish, icicle 6 radishes Rhubarb 6 stalks Rutabaga 3 roots Squash, summer 3 squash Squash, other 1 squash Sweet Corn 3 ears Swiss Chard 3 plants Tomatoes 6 large Tomatoes 12 cherry Turnips 3 root Watermelons 1 melon Any other Vegetable Reasonable amount

Class D - Fruits Premiums: $4.50 • $3.50 • $2.50 1st Show 2nd Show Lots Lots I 1. I 101. I 2. I 102. I 3. I 103. I 4. I 104. I 5. I 105. I 6. I 106. J uly 19 – 27, 2013

Apples 6 fruits Cherries (all varieties) 1 pint Choke Cherries 1 pint Crabapples 12 fruits Gooseberries 1 pint Juneberries 1 pint

1st Show 2nd Show Lots Lots I 7. I 107. I 8. I 108. I 9. I 109. I 10. I 110.

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DEPARTMENT 110 - PLANTS & FLOWERS Sponsored by Lowe’s Garden Center and Floral, Green Thumb Greenhouse Superintendents: Wanda Bachmeier & Karla Thompson

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Entry Fees: None • Deadline for entry forms is July 9, 2013. Exhibits cannot be accepted unless an entry blank is properly filled out and on file with the Fair Office prior to the closing date for entries. Due to our computer entry program we encourage you to mail your entry blank in ahead of entry day. Use a separate entry blank for each department (i.e. - fine arts & crafts, needlework, etc.) Please label each exhibit with class and lot number, as well as exhibitor’s name and contact information. ENTRY TAGS WILL BE MAILED IN ADVANCE OF THE FIRST SHOW, SO EXHIBITORS CAN TAG THEIR OWN PLANTS. • Only one entry may be made in any one lot from any one family except for Any Other Lot, where exhibitors may enter three varieties or pots in this lot. Blue ribbon winners of the first place show may not compete in that same lot number in the second show. Also, if first show results in a ribbon, the same plant cannot be re-entered in the second show. • The superintendent in charge will see that all plants on exhibition are properly cared for during the time of the Fair, but will not be responsible for loss or injury. • Exhibitors must provide their own vases or other receptacles and place their exhibits in water or otherwise ensure their preservation. • Authorized judges shall award ribbons and the decisions of these judges shall be final. Regardless of the number of entries in a class, prizes and ribbons will not be awarded to unworthy exhibits. • There will be two (2) show periods with the first show starting Friday, July 19, and lasting through Monday, July 22. Flowers may be brought to 4-H Hall in the ND State Fair Center between 7:30 and 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, July 18. Judging will begin at 11 a.m. for classes A through C. • The second show period will begin on Tuesday, July 23, and last through Saturday, July 27. Flowers may be brought to the 4-H Hall between 7:30 and 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, July 23. Judging will begin at 11 a.m. • No exhibitors allowed in the hall during judging. • Please enter the gate at the northwest end of the Fairgrounds; you may deliver and pick-up your entries through the FFA Hall. • Exhibitors are required to collect their own containers at the end of each show period in which they have exhibited. Exhibits in the first show may be picked up Monday, July 22 between the hours of 7 and 9 p.m. Exhibits in the second show may be picked up between the hours of 6 and 8 p.m. Saturday, July 27 or between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Sunday, July 28. • All exhibits must remain in place for each show period. Ribbons must remain on exhibits during the entire show period. • Suggestions for displaying: * remove buds * may have attached foliage and sufficient stems * count the flowers, and do not crowd the flowers * keep petals out of water * use the right height and width of container for the arrangement. * Lythrum is illegal: do not use in arrangements. * Outdoor planters may have other plants (except petunias) with the lot, but only the plant listed will be judged. • List variety and name. For size of planters, measure pot diameter at the top, edge to edge. • A gate pass for an auto, driver and one passenger, good for the necessary times and dates of entry and change-over only, will be provided. Abuse of this pass will result in discontinuation for 2014. Entries must be received by entry deadline to qualify for this pass. • For further information or additional entry blanks, please write Dept. 110, ND State Fair, PO Box 1796, Minot ND 58702 • One Best of Show ribbon will be awarded for each of the two shows. • Lot numbers 1-101 are for the first show, lot numbers 101-201 are for the second show. Cash awards will be mailed September 6, 2013. 48

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Class C - Artistic Arrangements

Class D - Potted Plants

Premiums: $4.50 • $3.50 • $2.50

Premiums: $4.50 • $3.50 • $2.50

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1st Show 2nd Show Lots Lots All Greens and/or Green arrangement “Autumn Harvest” (using grain and fresh flowers) Bouquet of Fragrant Flowers Buffet Arrangement, large & small Dinner Centerpiece, large Dinner Centerpiece, small Floating Flowers “Garden Flowers in a Basket” Garden Harvest (using flowers and garden vegetables) Miniature Arrangement, less than 5” x 5” Mixed Bouquet Arrangement Mixed Bouquet Bud Vase Monochromatic (shades of one color) “North Dakota” (wild flowers and grasses) Rose Bud Vase, one bloom with greens and/or fills Single Stem with greens and/or fills “The Desert Song” (all dried arrangement) Tuberous Begonia, 1 stem Theme of the Display, “Vintage Camping” (your own creation) Bouquet for Church Alter

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African Violets Aloe Vera Begonia Succulents Cactus, Flowering and Non-Flowering Coleus Dish or Bowl Garden, less than 6” deep Fern Foliage, Potted Foliage, Hanging Basket Fuschia, Flowering Geranium, Flowering Indoor, Flowering Ivy Plant Million Bells (Callibrachoa) Outdoor Hanging, Flowering Outdoor Planter (less than 10” pot) Outdoor Planter (10” to 14” pot) Outdoor Planter, greater than 14” Petunias Potted (just petunias) Herb Garden (any size) with or without flowers Specimen, other than mentioned (name & variety) Category will be added if there are more than five entries of the same species. May enter 3 different potted plants. (Please label).

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You may make your entry on this page for Department 110, Class A Annuals, Class B Perennials/Biennials, Class C Artistic Arrangements, and Class D Potted Plants. Please keep a copy for your records.

ENTRY FORM: Department 110, Classes A, B, C and D Return completed entry to: North Dakota State Fair, PO Box 1796, Minot, ND 58702

Name of Exhibitor ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ City________________________________________________________________State____________ Zip Code________________________ Daytime Phone___________________________ Cell Phone_________________________Email ___________________________________ (Please include as much information as possible in case we need to contact you regarding your entry.) Please accept the entries of articles indicated below for exhibition at the North Dakota State Fair, subject to the rules and classifications published in the premium listing, by which I hereby agree to be governed, and I further declare that all statements made in connection with said entries are true. No entries will be accepted unless filed with the ND State Fair office before the closing date. I have carefully read the rules of entry.

Signature of Exhibitor __________________________________________________________________________ Date___________________ I Check here if under 21 years of age.

Class A - Annuals Premiums: $4.50 • $3.50 • $2.50 1st Show 2nd Show Lots Lots I 1. I 101. I 2. I 102. I I

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Bachelor Buttons, 8-12 blooms Bells of Ireland, 3 to 5 stems (Leave leaves on) Calendulas, singles/doubles, 5-7 blooms Celosia, plumed or crested (cockscomb), 1 bloom Cleome, 3-5 stems (Spider Flower) Cosmos, 3-5 stems Dahlia, dinner plate, over 8”, 1 bloom Dahlia, large, 3 blooms, 3” to 8” Dahlia, miniatures, 5 blooms, under 3” Daisy, 5-7 blooms Daisy, Gloriosa, or Rudbeckia and any other daisy single and /or doubles (3-5 stems) Dianthus or Pinks/cluster - type blooms, 5-7 stems Geranium, 5-7 stems Gladiolus, large, 3 spikes Gladiolus, miniature, 3 spikes Impatiens, 3-5 stems Marigolds, large, 3-5 blooms, more than 2” Marigolds, small, 5-7 blooms, less than 2” Marigolds, singles, 5-7 blooms Nicotiana, 3-5 stems Ornamental grass cut (3-7 stems)

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Pansies or violas, 5-7 blooms Petunias, singles, grandiflora, 5 blooms, over 2 1/2” Petunias, singles, multiflora, 5 blooms, 1 1/2 - 21/2” Petunias, doubles, grandiflora, 5 blooms, over 21/2” Petunias, doubles, multiflora, 5 blooms, 2-1/2” across or less Petunias, Fantasy, miniature, 5 blooms, less than 1 1/2” Phlox (annual), 3-5 stems Salvia, 3 spikes Snapdragons, 3-5 stems, miniature, less than 8” Snapdragons, 3-5 stems, large, 8” or more Statice, 3-5 stems Sunflower, 3-5 stems Sweet Peas, 10-12 stems Verbenas, 5-7 stems Zinnias, (large), 5-7 blooms Zinnias, (small), 8-10 blooms under 2” Any Other Annual (name & variety) Category will be added if there are more than five entries of the same species. May enter 3 different varieties of flowers. (Please label).

Class B - Perennials/Biennials Premiums: $4.50 • $3.50 • $2.50 1st Show 2nd Show Lots Lots I 39. I 139. I 40. I 140. I 41. I 141. I 42. I 142. I 43. I 143. I 44. I 144. I 45. I 145. I 46. I 146. I 47. I 147. I 48. I 148. I 49. I 149. I 50. I 150. I 51. I 151. 50

Carnations, 3-5 stems Daisy, Shasta, 3-5 blooms Daisy, (Any other Daisy), 3-5 blooms Delphinium, large, 3 spikes, 3 ft. and higher Delphinium, small 3 spikes, up to 3 ft Gaillardia, singles or doubles, 3-5 blooms Liatris or Shooting Star, 3 spikes Lilies, Day, 3-5 stems Lilies, Asiatic type, 3-5 stems (remove pollen by hand) Lilies, Oriental type, 3-5 stems (remove pollen by hand) Lilies, any other type, 3-5 stems (remove pollen by hand) Mums, 3-5 sprays Phlox, 3-5 stems

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DEPARTMENT 111 - FINE ARTS & CRAFTS Sponsored by Comfort Inn, Keller Paving, Shocks Lube & Lock Service Superintendent: Taube Museum of Art

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• Sale: Arts and Crafts exhibitors may elect to submit their works for sale by consignment. A ten percent handling or privilege fee will be charged by the Fair. Please note your price for items on the entry blank. • Professional: refers to those whose work is produced primarily for the purpose of selling; or who have a diploma, certificate, degree or three or more years of art school training; or teach in their art media. • Amateur: refers to those who do not derive income directly from art. The amateur generally does his art for the pleasure involved and has had little or no art training. • People’s Choice: There will be a box for folks to vote for their favorite Fine Art entry in classes A-C. The announcement of the “People’s Choice” will be Saturday afternoon. Ten dollars cash prize will be awarded to the winning entry. • Best of Class: One Best of Class Rosette will be awarded in each class of this department. (see each class for amount of award.) • Best of Show: Only (1) Best of Show Award will be given in Fine Arts and Crafts Department. This will be designated by a Purple Rosette Ribbon and a $35.00 Award.

ADULT DIVISION: Fine Arts Class A - Original Work • Entry fee $3.00 per artist. No person may enter more than one article under the same lot number . • All work exhibited must not have been exhibited previously at the North Dakota State Fair. • All work entered under Original Work cannot be a kit or replica, etc., of someone else’s work or work done in an instructional setting. Best of Class Award: Rosette and $13.00 cash Premiums: $27.00 • $17.00 • $8.00 • HM - Ribbon LOT 1. Paintings - traditional or representational. Includes oils, acrylics, transparent and opaque water colors, done with a brush or painting knife. 2. Paintings - non-representational. Includes same media as Lot 1. 3. Portraits: Include any media or same media as Lot 1. 4. Paintings: North Dakota subjects or scene. Includes same media as Lot 1. 5. Drawings: pencil, ink, pastels (anything done with a drawing medium) 6. Prints: etching, silk screen, linoleum, wood block (any printmaking medium). 7. China painting: Includes free hand; no stencils or patterns.

Class B - Original Work • Entry fee $3.00 per artist. No person may enter more than one article under the same lot number. • All work exhibited must not have been exhibited previously at the North Dakota State Fair. • All work entered under Original Work cannot be a kit or replica, etc., of someone else’s work or work done in an instructional setting. Best of Class Award: Rosette and $13.00 cash Premiums: $27.00 • $17.00 • $8.00 • HM - Ribbon 8. Sculpture: Any media (includes assemblage and collage) 9. Pottery, Mosaics: Includes clay or earthenware. No molds or kits allowed. 10. Textiles: Hand-weaving, macrame, batik, creative, stitchery, beading. Length limited to 6 ft. 11. Ethnic or Heritage Painting: Any media. 12. Computer Art

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CLASS V

BEDAZZLE YOUR BRA CONTEST Sponsored by Minot Y's Mens Rodeo Tough Enough to Wear Pink Entries accepted: Friday, July 12 or Monday, July 15 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. • 4-H Hall (Judging will take place July 16)

Premiums paid in each division Best of Show: $1,000 1st place: $100 • 2nd place: $60 • 3rd place: $40 Description/Categories • Pretty’n Pink • Calendar Girls (Months of the Year) • Agriculture/Livestock • Rodeo • Spirit of America The bras will be displayed throughout the nine days of the Fair. After the Fair, all entries will be donated to the Y's Men's Rodeo Tough Enough to Wear Pink program. Anyone is welcome to enter. Teams such as Relay for Life teams, Women's Way groups, American Cancer Society county affiliates, and individuals are all encouraged to enter.

Class C - Amateur Class • No entry fee. • No person may enter more than one article under the same lot number. • All work exhibited must not have been exhibited previously at the North Dakota State Fair. • Open to amateurs who do not teach or sell their works. Best of Class Award: Rosette and $4.50 cash Premiums: $4.50 • $3.50 • $2.50 • HM - Ribbon LOT 13. Paintings - traditional or representational: Includes oils, acrylics, transparent and opaque water colors, done with a brush or painting knife. 14. Paintings - abstract or non-objective or non-representational Includes same media as Lot 13. 15. Portraits: Include any media or same media as Lot 13. 16. Paintings - North Dakota subjects or scene. Same media as Lot 13. 17. Drawings: pencil, ink, pastels (anything done with a drawing medium) 18. Prints: etching, silk screen, linoleum, wood block (any printmaking medium). 19. Scratch Board 20. Mixed Media

Class D - Woodworks • No entry fee. • No person may enter more than one article under the same lot number except as collections or displays. • All work exhibited must not have been exhibited previously at the North Dakota State Fair. Best of Class Award: Rosette and $4.50 cash Premiums: $5.50 • $4.50 • $3.00 • HM - Ribbon LOT 21. Wood Carving/Sculpture 22. Wood Turning 23. Wood Construction 24. Wood Toys 25. Any other

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Class E - Taxidermy • No entry fee. • No person may enter more than one article under the same lot number except as collections or displays. • All work exhibited must not have been exhibited previously at the North Dakota State Fair. Best of Class Award: Rosette and $4.50 cash Premiums: $8.00 • $6.00 • $4.50 • HM - Ribbon LOT 26. Bird - Large 27. Bird - Small 28. Fish - Large 29. Fish - Small 30. Small Animal 31. Large Animal 32. Game Heads 33. Any Other

Class F - Adult Crafts • No entry fee. • No person may enter more than one article under the same lot number. • All work exhibited must not have been exhibited previously at the North Dakota State Fair. Best of Class Award: Rosette and $4.50 cash Premiums: $4.50 • $3.50 • $2.50 • HM - Ribbon LOT 34. Homemade/Crafted Dolls 35. Ceramics (form molds) - Glazed 36. Ceramics - Chalks 37. Ceramics - Dry Brushing 38. Ceramics - Any Other 39. Ethnic Crafts 40. Artificial Flowers/Dried Flowers 41. Carved or Tooled Leather 42. Centerpieces 43. Buttons (Anything done with buttons) 44. Recycled or Original Craft Items 45. Stain Glass/Glass Etching/Gallery Glass/Mosaic Glass 46. Stationary/Card Design/Calligraphy 47. Wall Hangings 48. Stitchery 49. Wood Crafts/Wood Toys 50. Soft Sculpture (not dolls) 51. Holiday Crafts 52. Jewelry 53. Basketry 54. Paper Sculpture/Paper Making/Paper Mache 55. Models (architecture, other objects) - no kits

Class G Collectible Dolls/Doll Related • No entry fee. • Each person limited to one entry per lot Best of Class Award: Rosette and $4.50 cash Premiums: $4.50 • $3.50 • $2.50 Collectible Dolls 56. Antique - Pre 1940 57. Old - 1940 to 1970 58. Modern - 1970 to Present 59. Ethnic - Any 60. Miniature - 8” or smaller 61. Handcrafted - Any

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JUNIOR DIVISION - Fine Arts This division is open to anyone ages 10 to 16 years. Please state age on entry blank.

Class H - Junior Art • No entry fee. • Each artist limited to four entries in this class, but only one entry per lot. • Be sure and follow special rule #2 concerning mounting. Best of Class Award: Rosette and $4.50 cash Premiums: $15.00 • $10.00 • $5.00 • HM - Ribbon LOT 62. Painting - all brush media 63. Prints - etching, silk screen, linoleum, wood block (any printmaking medium) 64. Drawings - lead or graphite pencils, black ink, charcoal 65. Drawings - colored (pencil, markers, pastels, ink) 66. Pottery, Mosaics (clay, earthenware) - No molds 67. Computer Art 68. Scratch Board 69. Mixed Media

Class I - Junior Crafts • No entry fee. • No person may enter more than one article under the same lot number. Best of Class Award: Rosette and $4.50 cash Premiums: $10.00 • $8.00 • $5.00 • HM - Ribbon LOT 70. Best Hobby Collection (10 or more items) 71. Leather Work 72. Wood Construction 73. Ceramics - from molds 74. Plaques 75. Creative Stitchery 76. Kits/Puzzles/Legos 77. Jewelry 78. Holiday Crafts 79. Hand-crafted Dolls 80. Soft Sculpture (not dolls) 81. Paper Sculpture/Paper Making/Paper Mache 82. Models (architecture, other objects) - No kits 83. Centerpieces 84. Artificial Flowers / Dried Flowers 85. Buttons (anything done with buttons) 86. Recycled or Original Craft Items

CHILDREN’S DIVISION - Fine Arts This division is open to anyone age 9 and under. Please state age on entry blank.

Class J - Child’s Art • No entry fee. • Each artist limited to four entries in this class, but only one entry per lot. • Be sure and follow special rule #2 concerning mounting. Best of Class Award: Rosette and $4.50 cash Premiums: $15.00 • $8.00 • $5.00 • HM - Ribbon LOT 87. Painting - All brush media 88. Prints - Etching, silk screen, linoleum, wood block (any printmaking medium) 89. Drawings - Lead or graphite pencil, black ink 90. Drawings - Colored (pencil, markers, pastels, ink) 91. Pottery, Mosaics - (clay, earthenware) - No molds or kits 92. Computer Art 93. Scratch Board 94. Mixed Media www.ndstatefair.com

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SENIOR DIVISION - Fine Arts This division is open to anyone age 65 and over. Please state age on entry blank.

Class L Senior Citizen Arts and Crafts • No entry fee. • No person may enter more than one article under the same lot number. Best of Class Award: Rosette and a $5.00 award.

Class K - Child’s Craft • No entry fee. • No person may enter more than one article under the same lot number. Best of Class Award: Rosette and $2.50 cash Premiums: $8.00 • $6.00 • $4.00 • HM - Ribbon LOT 95. 96. 97. 98. 99. 100. 101. 102. 103. 104. 105. 106. 107. 108. 109. 110.

Premiums: $4.50 • $3.50 • $2.50 • HM - Ribbon LOT 111. Painting - All brush media 112. Prints - etching, silk screen, linoleum, wood block (any printmaking medium) 113. Drawings - black and white or colored pencil, ink, markers, pastels (any drawing medium) 114. Sculpture - Any media (includes assemblage and collage) 115. Pottery, Mosaics - (clay, earthenware) - No molds or kits 116. Best Hobby Collection (10 or more) 117. Wood Crafts/Wood toys 118. Ceramics - From molds - Glazes 119. Ceramics - From molds - Stains 120. Ceramics - Any other 121. Plastic Canvas 122. Stitchery, Macrame 123. Soft Sculpture (includes hand crafted dolls) 124. Holiday Crafts 125. Jewelry 126. Wall Hangings 127. China Painting - free hand, no stencils or patterns

Best Hobby Collection (10 or more items) Wood Construction Ceramics - from molds Plaques Hand-crafted Doll Creative Stitchery Holiday Crafts Jewelry Soft Sculpture (not dolls) Kits/Puzzles/Legos Paper Sculpture/Paper Making/Paper Mache Models (architecture, other objects) - No kits Centerpieces Artificial Flowers / Dried Flowers Buttons (anything done with buttons) Recycled or Original Craft Items

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DEPARTMENT 112 - FOODS

Sponsored by: Straight’s Concessions, Davidson Construction, Northstar Steel & Praxair Superintendent: Fern Laudenschlager Sunday

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Entry Fee: None GENERAL INFORMATION AND RULES FOR EXHIBITING • DEADLINE FOR ENTRY FORM JULY 9, 2013. Exhibits cannot be accepted unless an entry blank is properly filled out and on file with the Fair Office prior to the closing date for entries. DUE TO OUR COMPUTER ENTRY PROGRAM, YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO MAIL YOUR ENTRY BLANK IN AHEAD OF ENTRY DAY. The Fair management is not bound to accept entries made after the deadline. Use separate entry blanks for each department (i.e. flowers, needlework, etc.). • Please label each entry with class and lot number, as well as exhibitor’s name and contact information. • Competition is open to North Dakota residents only. • Any article, having been properly entered, can be forwarded by mail or prepaid express to Dept. 112, ND State Fair, PO Box 1796, Minot ND 58702, where it will then be placed on exhibition The management however, will not be responsible for any breakage of glass or loss of any article. Send complete list of articles contained in package. Mailed exhibits must reach the Fair Office no later than noon Wednesday, July 17. • Exhibitors in this division may bring their exhibits to the 4-H Hall in the ND State Fair Center on Wednesday, July 17 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Thursday, July 18 from 8 to 11 a.m. No entries will be accepted after deadline. Judging will begin Thursday, July 18 at 12:00 noon. • EXHIBITS WILL NOT BE RELEASED BEFORE 6 P.M. ON THE LAST DAY. Exhibits may be picked up on Saturday, July 27 between the hours of 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. or on Sunday, July 28 between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Claim checks must be shown before release. The building will be closed at 8 p.m. Saturday, July 27. Those picking up exhibits Saturday must pay gate admission. • No person can enter more than one item under the same lot number in any class. The “any other” lot is for items not listed. • The judges are instructed not to award prizes unless the articles are deemed of real merit, even though they may be the only entry in the lot. • Best of Show ribbons will be awarded in each department at the discretion of the judge. • Any article exhibited in prior years at North Dakota State is ineligible to show. • All baked goods must be removed from pans before exhibited, except pies which should be in disposable pans. • Exhibits must be entered on disposable plates and wrapped in plastic. • Unless exhibits comply with these rules, they will not be accepted. Cash awards will be mailed September 6, 2013.

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Class A - Culinary

Cakes Commercial mixes ONLY accepted in category 36 Premiums: $3.50 • $2.50 • $1.50

Yeast Breads Premiums: $4.50 • $3.50 • $2.50 LOT 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

LOT 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39.

Bread, multi-grain, one pound (please include recipe) Bread, fruit, one pound Bread, rye, one pound Bread, white, one pound Bread, graham, one pound (please include recipe) Bread, whole wheat, one pound (please include recipe) Bread, made in electric breadmaker Rolls, dinner, 4 Rolls, cinnamon, 4 Rolls, cinnamon, frosted, 4 Rolls, fancy, frosted 4 Rolls, crescent, 4 Rolls, caramel, 4 Breakfast Loaf, 1 Buns, white, 4 Buns, whole wheat, 4 (please include recipe) Artisan Any other (please label)

LOT 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47.

Angelcake, not frosted Chocolate Layer or Loaf Cake, any frosting Fruit Cake, light or dark, not frosted Sponge Cake, not frosted White Layer or Loaf Cake, any frosting Jelly Roll Bundt Cake Decorations (decorations only judged) Layer or Sheet Cake Decorations (decorations only judged) Novelty Cakes Decorations (decorations only judged) Cupcakes Cake Mixes Any other (please label) Pies Use disposable pans Premiums: $4.50 • $3.50 • $2.50 Apple Cherry Rhubarb Pie Any Berry Pie Any Other Fruit Pie Cream Pie Lemon Pie Any other (please label) Cookies Premiums: $3.50 • $2.50 • $1.50

Red Star Yeast will award three Red Star merchandise prizes to the Best of Class winner of Class A, Lots 1-16. Quick Breads Premiums: $3.50 • $2.50 • $1.50 May enter large or small loaf, one unless otherwise listed. LOT 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26.

Baking Powder Biscuits, 4 Banana Bread Date Bread Zucchini Bread Pumpkin Bread Muffins, 4 Gingerbread Any other (please label)

Butter Cookies, plain, 4 Butter Cookies, fancy, 4 Chocolate Drop Cookies, 4 Filled Cookies, 4 Ginger Cookies, frosted, 4 Molasses Cookies, 4 Ice Box Cookies, 4 Macaroons 4 Oatmeal Cookies, 4 White Cookies, rolled, 4 Bars, frosted, 4 Bars, unfrosted, 4 Chocolate Chip Cookies, 4 Unbaked Cookies, 4 Peanut Butter Cookies, 4 Sugar Cookies, 4 Special Party Cookies, 4 Cookies, any other, 4 (please label)

DON’T FORGET TO LABEL!

The North Dakota Mill and Elevator (Grand Forks, ND)

The North Dakota Wheat Commission 2401 46th Ave SE, Suite 104 • Mandan, ND

encourages use of North Dakota wheat and offers the following prizes to the first place winners in each lot Class A: Lots 1 – 17: $10.00

July 19 – 27, 2013

LOT 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65.

will offer the following special prizes for the culinary classes: 1st Prize.................................................50 lbs Dakota Maid Flour 2nd Prize ...............................................25 lbs Dakota Maid Flour 3rd Prize................................................10 lbs Dakota Maid Flour

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Candy Premiums: $3.50 • $2.50 $1.50 LOT 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73.

Dip Candy, 6 pieces Divinity, 6 pieces Peanut Brittle, 6 pieces Fudge, 6 pieces Caramels, 6 pieces Pinoche, 6 pieces Plate of Assorted Candies, 4 kinds, 8 pieces total Any other, 6 pieces (please label)

Jellies & Jams (Soft Spreads) (Please label jars) Premiums: $3.50 • $2.50 • $1.50 Jellies and jams should be shown in standard 1/2 or 1 cup sealed jars. Process with boiling water bath. Must be safe without refrigeration. Use a 1/4” head space.

Fried/Ethnic Premiums: $3.50 • $2.50 • $1.50 LOT 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84.

Raised Doughnuts, 4 Doughnuts, 4 Fattigman, 4 Flat Bread, 4 Krumkaka, 4 Lefse, 4 Rosettes, 4 Sandbakkelse, 4 Kuchen, 1 Whole Jule Kage, 4 Any other, 4 (please label) Special Diet (Sugar-free, lowfat, low cholesterol, salt free, and gluten free) Please label as to which diet and include recipe Premiums: $3.50 • $2.50 • $1.50

LOT 85. 86. 87. 88. 89. 90. 91.

Cake Candy Cookies, 4 Pie Quick Breads Yeast Breads Any other

Class B - Food Preservation Canned foods for exhibit must be in standard canning jars, with standard lids or covers. Use current USDA guidelines for preserving foods. Please label jars with name of product and date of preparation. Please indicate method of preparation: boiling water or pres sure canner. Must be canned from crop of 2010 or 2011. Canned Fruits (Please label jars) Premiums: $4.50 • $3.50 • $2.50 LOT 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

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Apples Applesauce Apricots Blueberries Cherries, bing Cherries, compass Crabapple Currant, red Fruit Cocktail Grapes Gooseberries June Berries Peaches Pears Plums Plums, wild

Raspberries Rhubarb Strawberries Any other Wild Fruit (please label)

The American Crystal Sugar Company will award a 4-lb. bag of sugar to all first place food division winners

LOT 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50.

Jelly, Apple or Crabapple Jelly, Bing Cherry Jelly, Blueberry Jelly, Chokecherry Jelly, Nanking Cherry Jelly, Cranberry, high bush Jelly, Currant, red Jelly, Grape Jelly, Grape, wild Jelly, Gooseberry Jelly, Juneberry Jelly, Plum Jelly, Plum, wild Jelly, Raspberry, red Jelly, Rhubarb Jelly, Strawberry Jam, Apricot Jam, Blueberry Jam, Chokecherry Jam, Grape Jam, Plum, wild Jam, Raspberry Jam, Rhubarb Jam, Strawberry Jam, Strawberry Rhubarb Jam, Tomato Marmalade, Peach and Apricot Marmalade, Rhubarb Syrups, Fruit Any other (please label) Dried Fruits and Vegetables Dried sample for display of 1 cup in covered glass container (Please label jars) Premiums: $3.50 • $2.50 • $1.50

LOT 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64.

Apple Apricots Banana Carrots Celery Corn Fruit Leather Onions Peaches Pears Potatoes Snack Mix Tomatoes Any other (please label)

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Canned Vegetable NOTE: Meat, Poultry & Vegetables (not tomatoes) must be canned by use of a pressure cooker (Please label jars) Premiums: $3.50 • $2.50 • $1.50 LOT 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82.

LOT 83. 84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89. 90. 91. 92. 93. 94. 95. 96. 97. 98. 99. 100. 101. 102. 103. 104. 105. 106. 107. 108.

Asparagus Beans, green Beans, wax Beets Carrots Corn Corn on Cob Greens Parsnip Peas Pumpkin Sauerkraut Tomatoes Tomato Juice Tomatoes, stewed Zucchini Mixture of vegetables for soup Any other (please label) Pickles and Relishes (Please label jars) Premiums: $3.50 • $2.50 • $1.50 Beet Pickles Green Bean Pickles Carrot Pickles Crabapple Pickles Cucumbers, sweet Dill Pickles Bread and Butter Pickles Green Tomato Pickles Mixed Pickles Mustard Pickles Onion Pickles Peach Pickles Pear Pickles Ten to 14 Day pickles Watermelon Pickles Zucchini Pickles Catsup Barbecue Sauce Chili Sauce Salsa Sauce Spaghetti Sauce, without meat Corn Relish Cucumber Relish Tomato Relish Zucchini Relish Any other not listed (please label) Meats All meats must be pressure canned. (Please label jars) Premiums: $3.50 • $2.50 • $1.50

LOT 109. 110. 111. 112. 113. 114. 115. 116. 117.

Beef, canned Chicken, canned Pork, canned Sausage, canned Mincemeat Canned Fish Wild Game Jerky Any other (please label)

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Class C - JUNIOR DEPARTMENT Open to girls or boys, 17 years of age or under Premiums: $8.00 • $6.00 • $4.00 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. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36.

Bread, white Bread, dark Bread, banana Bread, any other Rolls, cinnamon, 3 Muffins, 3 Rolls, fancy - frosted, 4 Rolls, any other (please label) Decorations (decorations only judged) Cake Decorations (decorations only judged) Cupcakes, 4 Decorations (decorations only judged) Special Party Cookies, 4 Cake, chocolate, one layer Cake, white, one layer Cookies, chocolate chip, 4 Cookies, chocolate chip, 4 in a decorated container (container and cookies judged) Cookies, peanut butter, 4 Cookies, unbaked, 4 Cookies, oatmeal, 4 Cookies, white, 4 Cookies, ginger, 4 Unfrosted Brownies, 4 Unbaked Bars, 4 Crispy Rice Bars, 4 Cookies, any other kind, 4 (please label) Doughnuts, 4 Pie Peanut Brittle, 6 pieces Fudge, 6 pieces (Label jars and see Class B instructions) Jelly, any kind 37. Fruit Leather Jam, any kind 38. Salsa Dill Pickles 39. Spaghetti Sauce Sweet Pickles 40. Chili Sauce Relish, state kind 41. Ketchup Vegetables, any kind, canned 42. BBQ Sauce Fruit, any kind, canned 43. Jerky Dried Fruit

The North Dakota Wheat Commission 2401 46th Ave SE, Suite 104 • Mandan, ND

encourages use of North Dakota wheat and offers the following prizes to the first place winners in each lot Class C, Junior Department: Lots 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8: $10.00

Class D - Food Contests 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Cake Decorating Fruit and Vegetable Carving Ball FreshPreserving - Adult Level Ball FreshPreserving - Youth Level ND State Mill & Elevator Whole White Wheat Flour Contest Fleischmann's Yeast Best Baking Contest

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BALL® FreshPreservingTM AWARD FOR ADULT LEVEL presented by BALL® & KERR® FreshPreservingTM PRODUCTS Jarden Home Brands, marketers of Ball ® and Kerr® Fresh Preserving Products is proud to recognize today’s fresh preserving (canning) enthusiasts. First and Second Place Awards will be given to individuals judged as the best in designated categories. A panel of judges will select the two best entries for Fruit, Vegetable, Pickle, and Soft Spread categories. Entries must be preserved in Ball® Jars sealed with Ball® Lids and Bands, or Ball® Collection Elite® Jars sealed with Collection Elite® Lids and Bands, or preserved in Kerr® Jars sealed with Kerr® Lids and Bands. In addition, soft spread entries must be prepared using Ball® Pectin: Classic, Low or No-Sugar Needed or Liquid. Entries designated First Place from each category will receive: • Two (2) Five-Dollar ($5) Coupons for Ball® or Kerr® Fresh Preserving Products and one (1) Free (up to $5 value) Coupon for Ball® Pectin. Entries designated Second Place from each category will receive: • One (1) Five-Dollar ($5) Coupon for Ball® or Kerr® Fresh Preserving Products and one (1) Free (up to $5 value) Coupon for Ball® Pectin.

BALL® FreshPreservingTM AWARD FOR YOUTH LEVEL presented by BALL® & KERR® FreshPreservingTM PRODUCTS In recognition of youth who excel in the art of fresh preserving (canning), Jarden Home Brands, marketers of the Ball® and Kerr® Fresh Preserving Products will present First Place Awards in designated categories. A panel of judges will select the best entry in each category for Fruit, Vegetable, Pickle, and Soft Spread. Entries must be preserved in Ball® Jars sealed with Ball® Lids and Bands or Ball® Collection Elite® Jars sealed with Collection Elite® Lids and Bands, or preserved in Kerr® Jars sealed with Kerr® Lids and Bands. In addition, soft spread entries must be prepared using Ball® Pectin: Classic, Low or No-Sugar Needed or Liquid. The best entry from each category will receive: • One (1) Five-Dollar ($5) Coupon for Ball® or Kerr® Fresh Preserving Products and one (1) Free (up to $5 value) Coupon for Ball® Pectin.

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Best Baking Contest Fleischmann's Yeast has helped American families make great bread since 1868. Bake your best recipe using any type of Fleischmann's Yeast, an essential ingredient for the country's best home-bakers. Prizes of $125, $50 and $25 await the top three winners in the 1st Category. Think breads, coffee cakes and other baked goods; anything goes…any flavor, shape, size or style! The 2nd Category awards a $125 prize for the Best “Dessert Pizza” (with a home-made crust using Fleischmann’s Pizza Crust Yeast or other type of Fleischmann’s Yeast). By participating, you join the effort to help end childhood hunger in America. For each entry, Fleischmann's Yeast (ACH Food Companies) will contribute $10 to the Share Our Strength® No Kid Hungry® Campaign.

Friday, July 19 • Registration: 1 p.m. • Judging: 2 p.m. Food & Needlework Area - State Fair Center JUDGING CRITERIA Flavor...........................................30% Texture.........................................20% Creativity .....................................25% Appearance ..................................15%

Ease of Preparation......................10%

PRIZES: 1st Category (Baked Goods) $125 for First; $50 for Second; $25 for Third. 2nd Category (Dessert Pizza) $125 for the Best “Dessert Pizza" (One First Place). New Entrant Award: A special prize and honor will go to one first-time contestant. *Each winner will receive a ribbon, award certificate and apron.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS • Entries must be original and baked with Fleischmann's Yeast as an ingredient (Pizza Crust Yeast, RapidRise, Active Dry, or Bread Machine). For inspiration or product information, visit www.breadworld.com or www.facebook.com/fleischmannsyeast. • Each person can submit one entry per Category: meaning one entry for the 1st Category (anything goes: from braids, baguettes and breadsticks, to flavorful focaccia, doughnuts or coffee cake) and one entry for the 2nd Category (any dessert-type pizza with a home-made crust using Fleischmann’s Pizza Crust Yeast or other type of Fleischmann’s Yeast). Limit one award per winner. • Judging criteria: Flavor (30%), Creativity (25%), Texture (20%), Appearance (15%) and Ease of Preparation (10%), applies to both categories. Subject to fair guidelines, entrants may assemble their pre-made entries on-site and/or ask that their entries be warmed for judging. • The New Entrant Award winner--selected at the fair's discretion-- should be a first-time contestant and should not also be a winner from the 1st or 2nd Category. Contest is open to entrants of all ages, subject to fair guidelines. • Recipes should be named, unpublished and the sole property of entrant. Submit your clear/typed recipe that matches your pre-baked entry (illegible recipes may be disqualified), with a Fleischmann's Yeast product label or proof of purchase and your contact information. Be specific with recipe directions, measurements and sizes of pans, packages, cans, etc. Winning recipes should be able to be successfully reproduced in the Test Kitchens of ACH Foods. • Participating fairs are pre-selected by Fleischmann’s Yeast and ACH Foods (ACH). Each fair selects their judges for this competition and applies the judging criteria. Their decisions are final. • All recipes entered become the property of ACH. By participating, contestants agree that ACH may edit, adapt, copyright, publish and use any or all of them including for publicity, promotion, or advertising in any form of media, including websites, without compensation to you. This includes publishing winner names, images and city/state of residence, in any form of media, including websites, videos, photographs, etc. Employees of ACH, its affiliates and agencies, or family members of such, are not eligible to compete. • Taxes on prizes are the responsibility of the winner. Contest is void where prohibited or otherwise regulated by law. • No 2012 Fleischmann’s Yeast 1st place winners are eligible to compete in 2013.

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DEPARTMENT 113 - NEEDLEWORK Sponsored by: Northwestern Federal Credit Union, C&C Plumbing and Heating, Minot Community Ambulance Superintendent: Fern Laudenschlager Sunday

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Entry Fee: None • DEADLINE FOR ENTRY FORM: JULY 9, 2013. Exhibits cannot be accepted unless an entry blank is properly filled out and on file with the Fair Office prior to the closing date for entries. DUE TO THE COMPUTER ENTRY PROGRAM, YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO MAIL YOUR ENTRY BLANK IN AHEAD OF ENTRY DAY. The Fair management is not bound to accept entries made after the deadline. Use separate entry blanks for each department (i.e. flowers, needlework, etc.). • Competition is open to North Dakota residents only. • Any article, having been properly entered, can be forwarded by mail or prepaid express to Dept. 113, ND State Fair, PO Box 1796, Minot ND 58702, who will then place the goods on exhibition The management however, will not be responsible for any breakage of glass or loss of any article. Send complete list of articles contained in the package. Mailed exhibits must reach the Fair office no later than noon Monday, July 15. • Exhibitors in this division may bring their exhibits to the 4-H Hall in the ND State Fair Center on Friday, July 12 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Monday, July 15 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. No entries will be accepted after the deadline. Judging will begin Tuesday, July 16 at 8:30 a.m. • EXHIBITS WILL NOT BE RELEASED BEFORE 6 P.M. ON THE LAST DAY. Exhibits may be picked up on Saturday, July 27 between the hours of 6 and 8 p.m. or on Sunday, July 28 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. A claim check must be shown before release. The building will close at 8 p.m. Saturday, July 27. Those picking up exhibits on Saturday, July 27 must pay gate admission. • No person can enter more than one item under the same lot number in any class. The “any other” lot is for items not listed. • The judges are instructed not to award prizes unless the articles are deemed of real merit, even though they may be the only entry in the lot. • Best of Show ribbons will be awarded in each department at the discretion of the judge. • Any article exhibited in prior years at the North Dakota State Fair is ineligible to show. • Please enter exhibit under person’s name who made it. • Unless exhibits comply with these rules, they will not be accepted. Cash awards will be mailed September 6, 2013.

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Class A - Afghans/Bedspreads 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

Premiums: $4.50 • $3.50 • $2.50 Crocheted (pieced) Crocheted (continuous) Knitted (pieced) Knitted (continuous) Granny Squares, crocheted Baby Afghans (30” x 48” mat), crocheted (pieced) Baby Afghans, crocheted (continuous) Baby Afghans, knitted (pieced) Baby Afghans, knitted (continuous) Any other Afghan Child’s Bedspread Crocheted Bedspread Any other Bedspread

Class B - Table Coverings 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Tablecloths (2 yards & over) Luncheon cloths (under 2 yards) Premiums: $4.50 • $3.50 • $2.50 Crocheted Tablecloth Embroidered Tablecloth - Hand Embroidered Tablecloth - Machine Any other Tablecloth Crocheted Luncheon Embroidered Luncheon - Hand Embroidered Luncheon - Machine Any other Luncheon Table Runner Placemats (2) Coasters (4) Napkins (2)

Class C - Pillowcases (1 Pair) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Premiums: $3.50 • $2.50 • $1.50 Crocheted Edge Crocheted Inset Embroidered - Hand Embroidered - Machine Appliqued - Hand Appliqued - Machine Any other

Class F - Doilies/Handkerchief (Oval, Round - Under 14”) Premiums: $3.50 • $2.50 • $1.50 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Knitted Doily Crocheted Doily Embroidered Doily Hardanger Doily Any other Doily Tatted Edging Handkerchief Crocheted Edging Handkerchief Any other Handkerchief Wool

Class G - Dish Towels (Set of 3) 1. 2. 3. 4.

Premiums: $3.50• $2.50• $1.50 Embroidered - Machine Embroidered - Hand Appliqued Any other

Class H - Pot Holders (Set of 2) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Premiums: $3.50 • $2.50 • $1.50 Crocheted, plain Crocheted, fancy Knit, plain Knit, fancy Made of Cloth Mitts Any other

Class I - Toys Premiums: $3.50 • $2.50 • $1.50 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Animals Stuffed Doll Doll, Dressed with Wardrobe (3 outfits) Doll, Crocheted Doll, Dressed Quiet Book Plastic Canvas Any other

Class D - Scarves (Square or Rectangular) Premiums: $3.50 • $2.50 • $1.50 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Knit Crocheted Embroidered - Hand Embroidered - Machine Appliqued - Hand Appliqued - Machine Hardanger Any other

Class E - Centerpiece 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

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Class J - Quilting Sponsored by the Minot Prairie Quilter Guild and the ND State Fair Premiums: $6.00 • $5.00 • $4.50 100% of monies sponsored by North Dakota quilt guilds and quilt shops will be added to premiums in this division. Quilts including more than one technique should be entered in the category of the predominant technique. All quilts must be constructed and quilted by the person entering them, except for the commercial quilted and the group category. The term “Machine Quilted” indicates that the person entering the quilt did the quilting on a home sewing machine. No hanging rods please. Quilt must be 3 layers. Bed Quilts (60” x 80” or greater) 1. Pieced - Hand Quilted 2. Pieced - Machine Quilted 3. Appliqued - Hand Quilted 4. Appliqued - Machine Quilted 5. Pieced - Commercial Quilted 6. Appliqued - Commercial Quilted Child/Crib Quilts (based on theme and size) 7. Any Technique or Quilting Method - includes commercially quilted Large Wallhanging (more than 200” all sides) 8. Pieced - Hand Quilted 9. Pieced - Machine Quilted 10. Appliqued - Hand Quilted 11. Appliqued - Machine Quilted 12. Any Technique - Commercial Quilted Medium Wallhanging (120” to 200” all sides) 13. Pieced - Hand Quilted 14. Pieced - Machine Quilted 15. Appliqued - Hand Quilted 16. Appliqued - Machine Quilted 17. Any Technique - Commercial Quilted Small Wallhanging (less than 120” all sides) 18. Pieced - Hand Quilted 19. Pieced - Machine Quilted 20. Appliquéd - Hand Quilted 21. Appliquéd - Machine Quilted Miniature (less than 96” all sides and blocks less than 4”) Must be a replica of a large pattern. 22. Pieced - Hand Quilted 23. Pieced - Machine Quilted 24. Appliqued - Hand Quilted 25. .Appliqued - Machine Quilted Youth (any technique or size) State youth’s age 26. Ages 15 & under

Bernina Plus will offer a $20.00 Gift Certificate to the Best Youth Quilter 104 South Main • Minot, ND • 701-837-5638 Email: sewing@srt.com

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Stained Glass Fusible Wall hanging or Quilt Memory/Album Quilt - any quilting method Other Special Techniques, including cross-stitching, yo-yos, felt, hand tied, embroidered, whole cloth, etc. - any quilting method 37. Holiday 38. Display Only

Class K - Rugs 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Premiums: $4.50 • $3.50 • $2.50 Crocheted, rag, any kind Crocheted, rug yarn Hooked, any kind Hooked, rags of any kind Latch Hook Original Design, any kind Any other Rug Hand Weaving - any kind

Class L - Crocheted Wearing Apparel Premiums: $5.00 • $4.50 • $3.50

Ripping Yarns will award a $25 gift certificate to BEST in CLASS Crocheted Wearing Apparel and Knitted Wearing Apparel 17B 2nd Ave. SE • Minot, ND • 701-420-2959 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Collar Sweater, blouse or stole, adult Child’s Sweater, ages 6-12 Infant’s Sweater and Cap Infant’s Baby Booties Adult Slippers Infant’s Dress Baby Shawl Adult Shawl Hats Any other

Class M - Knitted Wearing Apparel

Other (any size) 27. Beginner Quilter (Having quilted for one year or less) -Special Ribbon 28. Original Design 29. Local Guild 2010 Challenge Quilt (include name of guild and challenge rules) 30. Group Quilt - any quilting method 31. Quilt Top Made with Recycled Fabrics 32. Household Item - runners, placemats, pillows, totebags, tree skirt, stockings, etc.

Best Youth Quilter sponsored by Bernina Plus

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Premiums: $5.00 • $4.50 • $3.50 Sweater, plain, adult Sweater, plain, child’s (over 2 years) Sweater, pattern, adult Sweater, pattern, child’s (over 2 years) Sweater, textured, adult Sweater, textured, child’s (over 2 years) Sweater, machine knitted, adult Sweater, machine knitted, child’s Collar/cowl Scarf Outerwear, adult Outerwear, child (over 2 years) Vest or Shell, adult Infant’s Sweater and Cap Infant’s Booties Mittens Bedroom Slippers Stockings Baby Shawl Adult Shawl Gloves Hats Original design/pattern

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Class N - Clothing, Infants (up to 2 Years of age) Premiums: $5.00 • $4.50 • $3.50 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Bib Outerwear Dress Cap or Bonnet Play Set Sleepwear Receiving blanket Pants Baptismal Wear Any Other

Class O - Clothing, Children (2 years of age and up) Premiums: $4.50 • $3.50 • $2.50 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

Coat, lined Jacket Boy’s Long Trousers Shorts Outfit Dress Special Dress (Baptism, Communion, etc.) Swimsuit School Outfit Sweatsuit Jumper or Skirt Shirt or Blouse Sleepwear Wearable Art Made Over Garment Costume Apron Vest Any other

Class P - Clothing, Adult 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24.

Premiums: $5.00 • $4.50 • $3.50 Wearable Art Cocktail or Dinner Dress Dress Two-Piece Dress, any fabric Formal Suit, lined Suit, unlined Coat or Jacket, lined Coat or Jacket, unlined Blazer, lined Blazer, unlined Skirt Blouse, Shirt or Vest Two-Piece Sport Outfit (shorts or pants) Nightwear Lingerie Pants Swimming Suit Sweatshirt, decorated any kind Sweatshirt, cross stitch or embroidery Wedding Gown Bridesmaid Gown Costume Any other

Class Q - Accessories Hats must be made by hand, but may have a manufacture’s form or frame Premiums: $3.50 • $2.50 • $1.50 1. Apron, cobbler or full-length 2. Apron, hostess 3. Hat or Veil, brides 4. Tote bags 66

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Purse, crocheted Purse, knitted Purse, other Beadwork Any other

Class R - Home Accessories 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23.

Premiums: $3.50 • $2.50 • $1.50 Crocheted Pillow Crewel Embroidered Pillow Thread Count or Cross Stitch Pillow Needlepoint Pillow Embroidered Pillow - Hand Embroidered Pillow - Machine Latch Hook Pillow Knit Pillow Novelty Pillow Any other Pillow Kitchen Towels, embroidered (2) - Hand Kitchen Towels, embroidered (2) - Machine Kitchen Towels, appliqued (2) - Hand Kitchen Towels, appliqued (2) - Machine Kitchen Towels, novelty (2) Appliance Covers, 2 Placemats (4) Bathroom Accessories Plastic Canvas - Kitchen Plastic Canvas - Bathroom Rugs, any kind Wool Any other

Class S - Home Decorations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Premiums: $3.50 • $2.50 • $1.50 Decorated Tablecloth or Lunch Cloth Christmas Tree Skirt Christmas Stocking Christmas Tree Ornament (only one) Christmas Ornaments (not tree) Centerpiece or Runner (cloth) Wreaths Valentine’s Day Thanksgiving Halloween Easter 4th of July Seasonal Runner, applique, knit or crocheted Wool Any other

Class T - Senior Citizen 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

(70 years and older) Articles must have been made within the last two years Premiums: $5.50 • $4.50 • $3.50 Afghan, crocheted Afghan, knitted Granny Squares Luncheon Cloth Tablecloth (over two yards) Pot Holder, crocheted Pot Holder, knitted Pot Holder, cloth Centerpiece Over 14”, knit Centerpiece Over 14”, crocheted Doily 14” & Under, knit Doily 14” & under, crocheted Doily, any other Dish Towels, embroidered, set of 3 - Hand Dish Towels, embroidered, set of 3 - Machine Dish Towels, appliqued, set of 3 - Hand Dish Towels, appliqued, set of 3 - Machine

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Pillow Pillow Cases (one pair, any kind) Knit Gloves or Mittens Knit Garment Knit Stockings Apron Hooked Rug Children’s Clothing Infant Wear, knitted Infant Wear, crocheted Candlewicking Quilt - any size Wall hanging Plastic Canvas Hardanger, any size Wool Any other

Class U - Junior Department 1. 3. 5. 7. 9. 11. 13. 15.

Class BB - Medium Pictures

(17 year and under) Premiums: $8.00 • $6.00 • $4.00 Blouse or Shirt 2. Skirt Shorts & Pants 4. Dress Wearable Art 6. Knit Item Crocheted Item 8. Latch Hook Item Counted Cross Stitch Item 10. Plastic Canvas Item Cross stitch 12. Holiday Item Stuffed Toy or Animal 14. Pillow Tote bag or purse 16. Any other

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(8”-12” stitched design) Premiums: $3.50 • $2.50 • $1.50 Crewel embroidery Embroidery (not wool yarn) Needlepoint Printed Cross Stitch Counted Cross stitch Hardanger Any other

Class CC - Small Pictures Class V - Contests 1. Machine Embroidery Contest (below)

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Class AA - Large Pictures 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

(Over 12” stitched design) Premiums: $4.50 • $3.50 • $2.50 Crewel embroidery Embroidery (not wool yarn) Needlepoint Printed Cross Stitch Counted Cross Stitch Hardanger Any other

Class DD - Wall Hangings

Machine Embroidery Contest Vacuum & Sewing Center of Minot will sponsor the Machine Embroidered Contest. Your imagination, creativity and originality will determine the winner of this contest. Embroidered landscape scenery, machine cross-stitch, embroidered quilt designs, or whatever you like, as long as it’s embroidered. The contest will be judged on the use of your imagination in designing. The more unique the better! Only machine sewn entries will be accepted. Winners will receive a gift card for any product at Vacuum & Sewing Center of Minot. Winners will receive a gift card for any product at Vacuum & Sewing Center of Minot 1st place .........................................................................$25 gift certificate 2nd place ........................................................................$20 gift certificate 3rd place.........................................................................$15 gift certificate J uly 19 – 27, 2013

(Up to 8” stitched design) Premiums: $3.50 • $2.50 • $1.50 Crewel Embroidery Embroidery (not wool yarn) Needlepoint Printed Cross Stitch Counted Cross Stitch Hardanger Any other

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(Unframed) Premiums: $3.50 • $2.50 • $1.50 Embroidery (not wool yarn) Crewel Embroidery Crocheted Latch Hook Needlepoint Klokkestreng Candlewicking Counted Cross Stitch Hardanger Any other

Class EE - Originals 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

(Own Creation & Design) Premiums: $4.50 • $3.50 • $2.50 Crewel Embroidery Crocheted Counted Cross Stitch Embroidery (not wool yarn) Hardanger Klokkestreng Latch Hook Needlepoint Any other

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DEPARTMENT 114 - PHOTOGRAPHY

Sponsored by North Dakota Living / ND REC, United Rentals, Greenberg Roofing Superintendent: Taube Museum of Art Sunday

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Class A – B: $1.00 / lot Class C: $1.00 / exhibitor Deadline for entry form AND photography entries is July 9, 2013. Entry fee, where required, and entry blank stating the exhibits you plan to show must be in the ND State Fair office by 5 p.m. July 9. Use separate entry blanks for each department (i.e. flowers, needlework,etc.). Due to the computerized entry system, entry forms must be received on or before July 9. Every entry must have a title. Entry form must include the title of each exhibit being entered. Attach entry information to work with tape. Competition is open to North Dakota residents only. All entries must be in a sack, package, box, etc., for protection and return. The Acceptance Committee will review all exhibits for eligibility for judging, and for display if space is limited. All prize winners will be displayed. Unworthy entries will not be awarded places or displayed. Any article, having been properly entered, can be forwarded by mail or prepaid express to Dept. 114, ND State Fair, PO Box 1796, Minot, ND 58702. The ND State Fair will place the goods on exhibition. A self-addressed label and return postage must accompany the exhibit for return. The ND State Fair will assume no responsibility for return of exhibit with insufficient postage. Send complete list of articles contained in package. Mailed exhibits must reach the Fair Office no later than Tuesday, July 9. Entries mailed must be shipped with substantial packing in boxes strong enough for return shipment. All reasonable care will be given to exhibits entered. The North Dakota State Fair and the Taube Museum of Art will not be responsible for any loss or damage during transit, judging or exhibition. Submission of entry implies acceptance of and compliance with these conditions and regulations. Exhibits will not be released before 6 p.m. on the last day. Exhibits may be picked up on Saturday, July 27 between the hours of 6 and 8 p.m. or on Sunday, July 28, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Ticket stubs must be shown before release. Those picking up exhibits on Saturday, July 27 must pay gate admission. Any article exhibited in prior years at the North Dakota State Fair is ineligible to show. Unless exhibits comply with these rules, they will not be accepted. Cash awards will be mailed September 6, 2013.

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Premiums Lots 1 – 23: $9.00 • $6.00 • $4.00 • HM: Ribbon Best of Class: $13.00 and special ribbon Specifications for Prints (Black/White and Color) Minimum size of print 8x10”, maximum size of mount 16x20” (including frame). All photos must be covered in some way - plastic, acetate or shrink wrap. No LOOSE photos will be accepted. All photos must be matted. No corrugated cardboard, masonite, posterboard, etc. Mount may be same size as print, but may not be larger than 16”x20”. Only one print per mount. Place hanger on back of mount (see diagram), centered 2” from top. Reinforce hanger with strapping tape. Photos are hung for the entire fair, and must be ready to hang. Due to the nature of our facility, do not use tape, string or any type of metal hook. Sawtooth hangers will be allowed on framed pictures only. Photographer’s name, address, print title, Class and Lot number must be on the back of the mount.

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Definitions (Amateur and Junior): • Scenes: A view, landscape, seascape, etc. • Portraits: Recognizable likeness of a person or persons. • Pure Nature: Wild flowers, wild animals, etc. Prints of stuffed animals or birds and museum sets will not be accepted. Nature subjects should not include the handiwork of man (roads, buildings, cultivated plants, domesticated animals, etc.) • Domestic Nature: Animals, pets and cultivated flowers. • Photojournalism: Picture that tells a story. • Still Life / Contemporary: An arrangement of inanimate objects or creative or imaginative departure from reality. • North Dakota State Fair: Must have been taken at the 2010 or 2011 ND State Fair of educational, livestock, produce, commercial exhibits, human interest scenes, or Carnival Midway. The State Fair Board reserves the right to use any of this lot for advertising purposes, with exhibitor retaining ownership of print. (Three State Fair and three carnival pictures may be entered). • Miscellaneous: must not fit in any other category

SECTION ONE - AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHY Entry deadline: Tuesday, July 9 • Entry Fee: $1.00 per lot (Limit 4 entries per lot) Amateur Rules and Information 1. Competition open to amateur photographers, residents of North Dakota. 2. Photography must have been taken by the exhibitor. All work must have been completed in the past year and must not have been previously entered at the ND State Fair. 3. Exhibitors may have no more than four (4) entries in any lot, except State Fair lots, which may have six (6).

Class A - Color Prints LOT 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Scenics Portraits Pure Nature Domestic Nature - Animals Domestic Nature - Flowers Photojournalism Still Life/Contemporary North Dakota State Fair/Carnival Midway 9. Miscellaneous

Class B - Black/White or Sepia Prints LOT 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

Scenics Portraits Pure Nature Domestic Nature - Pets Domestic Nature - Flowers Photojournalism Still Life/Contemporary North Dakota State Fair/Carnival Midway 18. Miscellaneous

SECTION TWO - JUNIOR PHOTOGRAPHY Entry deadline: Tuesday, July 9 • Entry Fee: $1.00 per exhibitor 1. Competition open to Junior Photographers, age 15 and under. Include birthdate on your entry blank by your name. 2. Limit two (2) entries per lot. 3. Print specifications apply.

Class C - Junior LOT 19. Scenics 20. Nature - Domestic or Wild 21. People J uly 19 – 27, 2013

LOT 22. Photojournalism 23. Miscellaneous

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EDUCATION DIVISION Sponsored by Border States Electric Supply, Verendrye Electric Cooperative, and Basin Electric Superintendent: Kim Hegre It’s easy to win cash for your school while helping your students earn ribbons at the ND State Fair. Just follow these steps: 1. Obtain tags and entry forms by calling 701-857-7620 or download tags and entry forms at www.ndstatefair.com 2. Complete one entry form: • Under contact name, list teacher or school administrator. • Complete entry form with list of Fair exhibits; specify if these are County Fair Blue Ribbon winners. 3. Select School Class, Grade Class, and Division from box below 4. Follow guidelines for Mounting, Display, Showmanship and Stability. 5. Complete entry tag: • Label entry tag: School Classification, Grade Class, Division, County, School, Teacher, and Student Name • Example - An exhibit of penmanship by a first grade child in a school with 200 students: School Class - A Grade - P Division - 1 Entry No. - Leave blank • If more than one student completes the entry, indicate on entry tag or form how many students were involved in the project so all may receive ribbons. • Attach entry tags SECURELY to each entry where they can easily be seen. 6. Send or bring exhibits to the ND State Fair office beginning May 1 through July 12 before noon. If mailed, mark packages Education Department. Provide return instructions for exhibits (i.e. COD, or adequate return postage enclosed) 7. Pick up exhibits between 6 and 8 p.m. Saturday, July 27 (you MUST pay gate admission) or Sunday, July 28 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Exhibits not picked up at these designated times may be obtained by calling the NDSF office. NDSF is not responsible for any exhibits left after August 9, 2013. 8. Receive cash and ribbons: • All schools receiving more than $1.00 in premiums (cash prizes) will be mailed a check on September 6, 2013. • First place (blue ribbon): $1.75; Second place (red ribbon): $0.75; Third place (white ribbon): $0.50. Premium payments awarded per entry tag, not per ribbon. • Premiums will be paid for school classification only. Example: Class A enters 35 exhibits and receives 20 blue, 10 red, and 5 white ribbons. Premiums will be paid on 20 blues and 10 reds (Class A limit = 30 entries).

School Class: What class does your school fit into?

Grade Classifications: What grade are your students?

Class Entries limit Class A 30 entries/elementary school - under 400 students Class B 40 entries/elementary school - 400 students & over Class C 30 entries/middle or junior high school - under 400 student Class D 40 entries/middle or junior high school - 400 students & over Class E 30 entries/high school - under 400 students Class F 40 entries/high school - 400 students & over Class G 30 entries/home school An entry can consist of up to 8 exhibits mounted on a tag board. Division: What projects will you submit: 1. Handwriting 2. Illustrated Booklets 3. Special Study Projects a. Science c. Social Studies b. North Dakota d. Collections 4. Creative Arts (visual arts) a. Drawing f. Sculpture b. Painting g. Weaving h. Computer art c. Photography d. Pottery i. Pen and ink j. Three dimensional e. Printmaking 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 70

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Holiday Art/Craft Original Writing Computer Projects Recycled Art (art made from recycled items) Open - Any Project Not Listed www.ndstatefair.com

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EDUCATION DIVISION Critique Please send school sign to put with your display items. County signs will be provided. 1. Mounting • No more than 8 exhibits on a tag board. • Lettering should be well planned, balanced, and attractive. • Same quality of work should be mounted together in any one display. • Students names should be visible. 2. Display • Select the best work for display and not the work of the entire class. (Example: 20 students draw sketches, but only the best should come to the Fair; other students may enter another project.) • Science projects need art and language skills for proper presentation. • Use showmanship in all your displays (see below). • Do not display small projects on extremely large bases. 3. Showmanship • Explanations in the form of 3x5 cards may be necessary • Include the special circumstances and history of the project. 4. Stability • Construct projects so they will not fall apart in normal handling and transportation. Obtain tags and entry forms online at www.ndstatefair.com or by calling 701-857-7620 Questions? Email Superintendent Kim Hegre: kimberly.mau@sendit.nodak.edu Cash awards will be mailed September 6, 2013

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WRITING CONTEST Sponsored by Kenmare News All American City Glass Central Power Electric WRITING CONTEST - Best of Show: $150 Class A (Junior: Ages 13 or younger on July 19) Class B (Young Adult: Ages 14–20 on July 19) Class C (Adult: 21 or older on July 19) HERITAGE CONTEST - Best of Show: $150 Class D (Ages 20 or younger on July 19) Class E (Adult: Ages 21 or older on July 19)

Best of Class $35.00 $40.00 $100.00

1st $25.00 $30.00 $75.00

2nd $20.00 $20.00 $50.00

$45.00 $30.00 $20.00 $50.00 $40.00 $30.00 Cash awards will be mailed September 6, 2013.

3rd $10.00 $15.00 $35.00

4th $10.00 $10.00 $20.00

Hon. Mention $6.00 $6.00 $10.00

$15.00 $20.00

$10.00 $10.00

$5.00 $5.00

THE WRITING CONTEST People living in North Dakota have had an opportunity each year since 1976 to enter their writings in the ND State Fair Writing Contest. Work submitted will be displayed in the 4-H Hall in the ND State Fair Center during the 2012 North Dakota State Fair (July 19-27). In addition to the ND State Fair, support for the contest comes from Minot State University and the Northern Plains Writing Project. Please indicate which contest and category you are entering. The Rules 1. Each North Dakota resident may enter up to three works in any form (short stories, poems, plays, essays, letters, diaries, etc.). Maximum length for a work is 2,500 words. 2. Writer’s name, address, and class must be on the first page of each manuscript in the upper right-hand corner. If a return address is out-of-state, the writer should enclose a written explanation of residency. Please punch a hole in the upper left hand corner of all manuscripts for hanging in the display. 3. Writers 13 years of age or younger on July 19, 2013, will compete in Class A. Writers 14 through 20 years of age on this day will compete in Class B, and writers 21 years of age and older on this day will compete in Class C. A writer competing in Class A or B should write his or her age as of July 19 on the first page of the manuscript. 4. Manuscripts should be sent to the North Dakota State Fair Writing Contest, Box 1796, Minot, ND 58702. All entries must be in the Fair office by July 5, 2013. 5. Submission of a manuscript gives the officials of this contest and of the State Fair permission to display the manuscript in the 4-H Hall during the 2013North Dakota State Fair. If sufficient funding is received, efforts will be made to publish wining manuscripts in an anthology, or to offer the manuscripts for publication in North Dakota weekly and daily newspaper. All other rights remain with author. 6. Photocopied manuscripts can be submitted. Manuscripts will not be returned. Officials and institutions associated with this contest assume no responsibility for lost or damaged manuscripts. Judging will be done by teacher-consultants of the Northern Plains Writing Project. All decisions of the judges are final. 7. Comments about the Writing Contest are encouraged from participants. Please address comments to: Ron Fischer, ND State Fair Writing Contest, Division of Humanities, Minot State University, Minot, ND 58707. THE HERITAGE CONTEST The North Dakota Heritage Contest exists so people might write down and submit their own stories about what life was like in North Dakota. Work submitted will be displayed in the 4-H Hall in the ND State Fair Center during the 2013 North Dakota State Fair (July 19-27). The contest is sponsored by the North Dakota State Fair. Additional support comes from Minot State University and the Northern Plains Writing Project. Please indicate which contest and category you are entering. The Rules 1. Each North Dakota resident may enter up to three works which illustrate aspects of North Dakota’s culture and heritage. Here are a few of the many possible topics: attending a one-room school, being snowbound during a blizzard, working in a blacksmith shop, coming home after a war, going to town on Saturday night, and moving from farm to town. 2. Personal reminiscences, interviews with people who have lived in the state, or pieces of writing based on letters, diaries, and other old documents are all acceptable. Maximum length for a work is 2,500 words. Judges will look for quality of writing, relevance to the history and culture of North Dakota, and human interest when judging works entered. 3. Writer’s name, address, and class must be on the first page of each manuscript in the upper right-hand corner. If a return address is out-of-state, the writer should enclose a written explanation of residency. Please punch a hole in the upper hand corner of all manuscripts for hanging in the display. 4. Writers 20 years of age or younger on July 19, 2013, will compete in Class D. Writers 21 years of age and older on this day will compete in Class E. A writer competing in Class D should his or her age as of July 19 on the first page of the manuscript. 5. Manuscripts should be sent to the North Dakota State Fair Heritage Contest, Box 1796, Minot, ND 58702. All entries must be in the Fair office by Friday, July 5, 2013. 6. Submission of a manuscript gives the officials of this contest and of the State Fair permission to display the manuscript in the 4-H Hall during the 2013 North Dakota State Fair. If sufficient funding is received, efforts will be made to publish winning manuscripts in an anthology, or to offer manuscripts for publication in North Dakota weekly and newspapers. All other rights remain with the author. 7. Photocopied manuscripts can be submitted. Manuscripts will not be returned. Officials and institutions associated with contest assume no responsibility for lost or damaged manuscripts. Judging will be done by teacher-consultants of the Northern Plains Writing Project. All decisions of the judges are final. 8. Comments about the Heritage Contest are encouraged participants. Please address comments to: Ron Fischer, State Fair Writing Contests, Division of Humanities, Minot State University, Minot, ND 58707.

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