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Free Entertainment nightly in the Bud Light Grandstand Gates open at 6:00 pm | Concerts start at 8:00 pm

PREMIUM BOOK pre-register

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Agriculture Ceramics Fine Arts & Crafts Needlework Photography Special Events/Contests Small Animals Home Brew

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Poultry Rabbits Beef Cattle Dairy Cattle Swine Sheep Goats Horses

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RED RIVER VALLEY FAIR ASSOCIATION RED RIVER VALLEY FAIR OFFICE STAFF

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General Manager – Bryan Schulz Controller – Bobbi Bricker Big Iron Coordinator – Emily Grunewald Special Events Coordinator – Judy Dvoracek Sponsorship & Marketing Coordinator – Katy Stenerson Office Administrator - Lisa Farquhar Ag Education Intern – Liz Neshem Summer Intern – Karli Schulz Special Events Intern – Elizabeth Suppa

Operations Manager – Cal Willits Kyle Hager Adam Crist Katie Raasch Matt Raasch Maria Fernandez

Office located on 2nd floor of the Schollander Pavilion

CONTACT INFORMATION 1805 Main Avenue West West Fargo, ND 58078 Main Office 701-282-2200

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Static Department .............................................. Special Contests .................................................. Agriculture ............................................................ Ceramics .............................................................. Fine Arts & Crafts ................................................. Needlework .......................................................... Photography ......................................................... Static Department Entry Form………………..... Home Brew………………………………................ Home Brew Entry Form…………………….........

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Floriculture Department .................................... Floriculture Entry Form………………………….

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Livestock & Small Animal Rules.. ................... . Small Animals Department……………………... Special Contests .................................................. Rabbits Department ............................................. Poultry Department .............................................. Small Pets Department………………………........ Rabbit & Small Pets Entry Form……………….. Poultry Entry Form………………………………. Livestock Department…………………………… Special Contests .................................................. Dairy Cattle…………………………………………. Beef Cattle ........................................................... Swine ................................................................... Sheep ................................................................... Goats .................................................................... Dairy Goats………………………………………… Livestock Entry Forms…………………………..

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4-H Information………………………………. Read and Win…………………………………. Kids Rodeo……………………………………. Coloring Contest Children…………………… Advanced Coloring Contest…………………. Lego Contest…………………………………..

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WELCOME TO THE 2018 RED RIVER VALLEY FAIR! It’s almost “Fair Time”! Before you know it, opening day of the 2018 Red River Valley Fair will be upon us and all the fabulous sights, sounds and smells will fill the air at the Fairgrounds in West Fargo, North Dakota. It will once again be time to experience the Thrill of all the things that the Fair has to offer! But before we get to that Thrilling opening day, we’ll have hundreds of competitive entries and exhibits assembled throughout the grounds for all of our attendees to see, enjoy, and in some cases, marvel at. In order for that to happen, we need your entry and here is how you can do that. The Fair’s Premium Book is the “how to” of becoming a Fair exhibitor and/or competitor. In the following pages, you will be able to find all of the information you need to know to enable you to join the thousands of other folks who have entered one of our Fair competitions over our 113 year history. Whether it is livestock, an agricultural or horticultural entry, a competitive exhibit in one of our arts and/or crafts competitions, you’ll find all the rules and forms right here. We are happy that you have an interest in entering one of the Red River Valley Fair’s many competitions. By doing so, you help continue the tradition of the great American Agricultural Fair, a tradition that goes all the way back to the early part of the 19th century. Thanks for your interest in the Red River Valley Fair! We have another THRILLING lineup on the Bud Light Grandstand including: Sawyer Brown, Bush with Pop Evil, Aaron Watson with High Valley, Brothers Osborne, Seether and to finish out Fair Week - Auto Racing. Free on-grounds entertainment includes: WaterBark featuring Super Dogs, Human Acrobats and Stunt Divers, Action Sports Live featuring motocross, BMX, skateboarding and a trampoline wall, Max Power the 9’ Robot, Willy’s Washboard Jamboree and many locally recognized entertainers. Murphy Brother’s Spectacular Attractions and Reed Midway will again provide you with exciting thrill rides and carnival midway entertainment. The Red River Valley Fair strives each year to make the Fair bigger, better and more enjoyable than ever before. You are invited to come and enjoy yourself, view the many exhibits, and participate in the various activities. Our special thanks to all of you who assist in making the Red River Valley Fair the success it always is. Your interest, cooperation, trust, and time are very much appreciated! The success of the Red River Valley Fair is dependent upon our giving you, the general public, something that every member of the family can enjoy. On behalf of our Fair Family, we are looking forward to seeing you, your family and friends at the FAIR - July 10 - 15, 2018! SEE YOU AT THE FAIR! Sincerely,

Bryan K. Schulz, CFE - General Manger Red River Valley Fair Association

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General Information

NO LIABILITY 1.

Every possible protection and courtesy will be extended to the public, concessionaires and exhibitors at the Red River Valley Fair. Neither the Board, nor the Fair shall be responsible for any loss of exhibits, animals, or equipment in case of fire, theft or loss from any other cause.

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The Red River Valley Fair Association, its board, its agents, 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 Red River Valley Fairgrounds. Items entered for judging will be touched/handled.

Competition is open to everyone unless otherwise stated. During the Fair, the grounds will be kept equipped and resources will be made available for the comfort of the public to the best of our ability. A First Aid Station will be maintained in the Cass County Sheriff’s Building located at the south end of the grounds in front of the Grandstand The Public: The management will consider it a great favor if the guests report any mistreatment or extortion practiced by an employee, exhibitor or concessionaire to the General Manager. Please do not wait until the Fair is over to file a complaint, do so immediately. Advertising: Under NO circumstances will any person or firm be allowed to place any advertising matter any place on the grounds, nor is anyone permitted to distribute any advertising without prior approval.

Ticket Information Gate Admission:  Adults 12 & Over: $10.00  Kids: 6-11: $5.00  5 & under – Free  6-Day Exhibitor Pass: $25 Mega Pass:  Purchased January 1 – March 31: $60  Purchased April 1 – July 9: $70  During Fair: $75

Hours of Operation Ag Education Building All Buildings Midway Midway Outdoor Exhibits

11 am – 8 pm 11 am – 9 pm 1 pm – Close (Tues – Thurs) 12 Noon – Close (Fri – Sun) 11 am – 9 pm or longer

Concert Tickets The 2018 Concerts and Grandstand entertainment is FREE to fairgoers with paid gate admission.

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SHOW & JUDGING RULES 1.

The superintendent of each department will be in charge of the exhibits in their department and of the assistants employed there. Requests and complaints should be made through the superintendent. 2. Judges need not make awards in classes where competition is lacking. 3. In classes where there is only one entry, placing will be awarded at the discretion of the judge(s). 4. Competent and non-partial persons will be secured to act as judges in all departments. At no time will a judge be allowed to judge their own entry or an entry submitted by a member of their immediate family. 5. The superintendent of each department will have information as to the time and place judging will be done. Exhibitors will be expected to secure this information from the department superintendents. 6. The rules and instructions laid down for the judges are printed elsewhere in this Premium Book and exhibitors should read them carefully. 7. The judges have strict instructions regarding attempts at interference on the part of exhibitors or others. Please read the rules carefully. 8. Any person who shall attempt to interfere with or influence the judge(s) 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, shall forfeit their right to any premiums they may have won, and may be removed from the grounds. Judges are requested to report any infraction of this rule. 9. All exhibits must be the work of the individual and must have been completed within the past year. Do not enter projects under your name if you did not do all the work. If the project was worked on by more than one person, all names must be included. 10. If more than one medium is used (i.e., machine and hand work), that information must be included. 11. Any exhibit removed from the Fair early shall forfeit ribbon and prize money. 12. Judging result book is final!

Gates and Parking The following rules will be in force in regards to gate entry and parking: Commercial Vendors Gate 4 Delivery Vehicles Grandstand before 9:00 am Horse Exhibitors Gate 4 Livestock Exhibitors Gate 4 *Commercial Vendor Parking is on the Northside of the Horse Arena. **Livestock Exhibitor Parking is on the Northside of the Horse Barns or in the tie-out area South of the Horse Barns weather permitting. The Fair management and board reserve the right to remove from the Fairgrounds any person(s) at any time.

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All protests must be made in writing to Fair Management within twenty-four hours of the time the award is made. An award is made when the notation of the judge’s decision is entered in the department award book. 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 Fair Management or the board of directors. Protests 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 whose proof is to be made. 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.

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CELEBRITY FOOD EATING CONTEST

Special Events 

KID’S DAY    

Tuesday, July 10, 2018 Projects in Harvest Hall for Kids Ice Cream – West side of Foltz Building – 1:00 pm until Gone Other Special Attractions at PETRO SERVE USA Stage

Friday, July 13, 2018, 1:00 pm at the PETRO SERVE USA Stage 3 - 4 Teams of 3 - 4 people 3 - 4 Rounds of Food Each round is a surprise Food Provided by Fair Food Vendors Silver Plate to the Winning Team

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Wednesday, July 11, 2018 Bingo in Foltz Building 11:00 am – 1:00 pm Free coffee & cookies in Foltz – Ag Country Building during Bingo Tasting Bee in Harvest Hall 1:00 pm – until food is gone Polka Contest 4:30 pm PETRO SERVE USA Stage Free lemonade and cookies sponsored by 4-H 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm in front of 4-H Expo Center

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Thursday, July 12, 2018 Hometown Hero Program – Grandstand 7:00 pm

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STATIC BUILDING (HARVEST HALL) Superintendent: Cindy Besette Email: rhbckb@q.com Sunday

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1pm - 4pm Lego’s and Coloring for Kids

1pm Tasting Bee – until food is gone

2pm - 4pm Arts & Crafts Project for Kids – taught by the West Fargo Girl Scouts

2pm Pasta Contest

2pm Salsa Contest

2pm - 4pm Arts & Craft Project for Kids

2pm - 4pm Arts & Crafts Project for Kids

3pm – 4pm Bunny or Veggie Car Races

3pm – 4pm Bunny or Veggie Car Races

3pm – 4pm Bunny or Veggie Car Races

3pm – 4pm Bunny or Veggie Car Races

4pm Homemade Pie Contest

5pm Cupcake Walk for Kids

5pm Cupcake Walk for Kids

5pm Cupcake Decorating for Kids

5pm Cupcake Decorating for Kids

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4:00pm Adult Lego Contest

We are encouraging pre-entries. Please complete and return the entry sheet by July 2, 2018 or enter online by July 6, 2018 and bring your entries to the Fairgrounds on Sunday July 8, 2018 between 8:00 am – 7:00 pm.

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General Rules for Static Departments    

Please bring completed entry sheet with your items. Please fill out a separate entry sheet for each building (i.e. Static or Floriculture) Entries will be received in the building on Sunday July 8, 2018 from 8:00 am – 7:00 pm. An exhibitor may enter any number of items in as many divisions as they wish, but only one entry per class number is allowed. Judging: Monday, July 9, 2018 No one is allowed in the buildings on judging day. All awards/plaques may not be awarded; this is up to the judges. All Entries in this division may be picked up after the Fair in Harvest Hall on Tuesday, July 17, 2018 from 4:00 pm - 7:30 pm. PLEASE NOTE DATE CHANGE FOR PICKUP. Articles not picked up by August 1, 2018 become property of the Red River Valley Fair Association.

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BALL® Fresh Preserving AWARD FOR YOUTH LEVEL

SPECIAL CONTESTS & AWARDS ALL CONTESTS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC BALL “BRING OUT YOUR BEST” HOME CANNING AWARDS

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Special awards will be given as indicated. Exhibits of canned goods must be in standard clear glass jars. Jelly must be in standard jelly jars. Place a label on each jar stating how processed: pressure cooker or hot water bath.  Jars must have rings. JARS SEALED IN PARAFFIN NOT ACCEPTED.  One jar shall constitute an entry.  2017 or 2018 produce may be used.

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, Ball® Heritage Collection Jars sealed with Ball® 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.

Canning is judged on the following criteria. Jar (Clean, clear glass, standard type, tightly sealed) . 10% Pack (Proper head space, uniformity of pieces, practical pack, proportion of product to liquid) . 30% Product (Original product good quality and degree of maturity, free from indications of spoilage, standard color consistency.) 40% Liquid 20%

COLORING CONTEST See page 75 for Children’s entry sheet See Page 77 for Advanced entry sheets

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BALL Fresh Preserving AWARD FOR ADULT LEVEL 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, Ball® Heritage Collection Jars sealed with Ball® 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.

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Entries: Can be brought to the Fair any time before July 6, 2018, M- F 8:00 am - 4:00 pm. or mailed to: Red River Valley Fair 1805 Main Avenue West West Fargo, ND 58078 Age Categories:

0 to 3 year olds 6 to 8 year olds 4 to 5 year olds 9 to 11 year olds Advanced Junior Division #1006 Ages 12-18 Advanced Adult Division # 1006 Ages 19 and up

How to enter for Children: 1. All entries must be completed by a child in the age categories listed. 2. Coloring sheets may be obtained through the Red River Valley Fair office, downloaded on-line or in the Premium Book. 3. Coloring sheets will be on display during the Red River Valley Fair in Harvest Hall. 4. All Children receive ribbons 5. Advanced will receive 1st – 3rd in both Divisions No Entries will be returned, if wanted you must pick up before August 1, 2018

COOKING WITH DAKOTA GROWERS PASTA CONTEST

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Entries: Must be dropped off before 1:30 pm on Friday, July 13, 2018 in Harvest Hall Judging: Friday July 13, 2018 - 2:00 pm Harvest Hall Judged by: Carino’s Division: 1001 – Special Contest – Please Enter at Building Contest Description: Create your favorite pasta dish. Entries can be either hot or cold, side dish or main dish using Dakota Growers Pasta. In addition, all participants will receive Dakota Growers Pasta Company products. Recipes will be judged based on taste appeal (40%), appearance (25%), originality of recipe (25%), and ease of preparation (10%). The decision of judge(s) will be final.      

Contest Rules: Create your favorite pasta dish using any Dakota Growers Pasta product. There will be a Grand, Reserve, 1stand 2ndplace winner . Type or print the recipe and your name, address and phone number on an 8 1/2” x 11” sheet of paper. Attach the Dakota Growers Pasta label to the recipe and submit with the entry. Dakota Growers and the Red River Valley Fair have the right to publish or advertise the recipes and the names of the contestants without compensation. Observe food safety guide lines in preparing and transporting foods to the Fair.

compensation. Do not put any labels or marking on the jar or lid. All safe food handling processes must be followed. Salsa can be fresh or canned. Salsa samples will not be offered to the public; tasting will be limited to judges only.

Entries will be judged on: - Flavor - Consistency - Balance of Flavors - Appearance Classes: - Mild Salsa - Hot Salsa - Inferno Salsa - Miscellaneous Salsa

HOMEMADE PIE CONTEST

Entries: Must be dropped off before 3:30 pm on Thursday, July 12, 2018, in Harvest Hall Judging: Thursday, July 12, 2018 – 4:00 pm, Harvest Hall Judged by: Village Inn West Fargo Division: 1003 – Special Contest - Please Enter at Building Entries will be judged on: Taste Appearance Consistency

SALSA CONTEST Classes:

 Entries: Must be dropped off any time before 1:30 pm on Saturday, July 14, 2018 in Harvest Hall Judging: Saturday, July 14, 2018 - 2:00 pm Harvest Hall Judged by: Rustica Eatery & Tavern Division: 1002 – Special Contest - Please Enter at Building      

Contest Rules: All contestants must be considered “amateurs”. Entries must be homemade and not produced or packaged in any way. There will be one Grand & Reserve Champion. There will also be a 1st place winner for each category. Salsa must be made from scratch, no mixes, by the entrant and submitted in a glass jar (at least 1 pint). Typed recipe must accompany product. Only one entry per salsa category per person is allowed (1 mild, 1 hot, 1 inferno and/or 1 misc.).

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Contest Rules: All contestants must be considered “amateurs”. Entries must be homemade and not produced or packaged in any way. There will be one Grand & Reserve Champion. There will also be a 1stand 2nd place winner for each category. Pies must be made from scratch, no mixes. Full Pie must be entered. Recipe must accompany product. The Red River Valley Fair has the right to publish or advertise the recipes and the names of the contestants without compensation. All safe food handling processes must be followed. Pie samples will not be offered to the public; tasting will be limited to judges only.

The Red River Valley Fair has the right to publish or advertise the recipes and the names of the contestants without

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LEGO CONTEST

AGRICULTURE Superintendent: Deanna Prante Deanna.prante@sendit.nodak.edu

BRING YOUR OWN LEGOS AND A BASE ON WHICH TO PUT YOUR ENTRY. You will be allowed a maximum of 30 minutes to assemble your Lego creation. You will be given table space to work. There will be judges observing you and asking questions as you work. Prizes will be awarded in each age category, 1st - 4th place ribbons or trophies will be awarded. Awards will be based on creativity and originality. The public is invited to come and watch the creations being built. YOU MUST PRE-REGISTER (entry form online) TO RESERVE A SPOT BEFORE SUNDAY, JULY 15, 2018, Kids Division starts at 3pm, the Adult Division at 4pm. Division: 1004 – Special Contest – Kids Classes: Ages 3 through 5: using Duplos Ages 6 through 9: using Legos Ages 10 through 14: using Legos . Division: 1005 – Special Contest - Adult Classes: Ages 15 and up: using Legos

In addition to the General Rules found on pages 3 & 6, the following rules will apply to this department.  Entries must be raised in 2018; with the exception of canning entries.  All entries must have been grown by the exhibitor.  Where a class specifies an exact number of a variety, the exact number specified must be shown to entitle the exhibitor to an award.  An exhibitor may enter any number of items in as many departments as they wish, but only one entry per class number.  One exhibitor MAY receive both Grand and Reserve Champion in a category where several classes are included under one award category.  All awards/ribbons may not be awarded; this is up to the judges.  For varieties of vegetables, fruits, baked goods, and canned goods not included in schedules, a new class will be created if there is competition -- that is, two or more entries. Division S – Senior – 62 and over - Blue Division A – Adult – 19-61 years of age - White Division J – Junior – 15-18 years of age - Green Division Y – Youth – 11-14 years of age - Yellow Division C – Children – 10 and under years of age - Pink Division SN – Special Needs - Lavender

DEPARTMENT 1: VEGETABLES & HERBS

VEGETABLES All root vegetables are to be entered with tops off. Vegetables will be judged according to stage of growth at the time of entry.

Division: 1006 – Special Contest - Please Enter at Building

CLASS 101. Celery (1 bunch) 102. Leaf Lettuce (1 plant) 103. Onions, Green (6) 104. Onions, Yellow (6) 105. Onions, White (6) 106. Onions, Red (6) 107. Peas, Sugar Snap (12 pods) 108. Potatoes, Red (6 tubers) 109. Radishes, Round (1 bunch, of 10) 110. Rhubarb (6 stalks) 111. Tomatoes, Green (6) 112. Any other Garden Vegetable

Entries: All pictures must be attached to foam core or heavy cardboard (no poster board). They must be covered in a clear see through material. (No frames)

HERBS All Herbs must be displayed with roots. 3 plants of each variety constitute an entry.

Judging: Entries will be judged on the basis of creativity, photographic quality and effectiveness in expressing contest theme.

CLASS 113. Dill 114. Garlic 115. Chives 116. Parsley 117. Basil 118. Any other Herb

PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST Theme: “Appliances” Entries: Sunday, July 8, 2018 - 8:00am - 7:00pm Harvest Hall

1st Certificate & Ribbon

Prizes: 2nd Certificate & Ribbon

2019 Theme: Rain Storms

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3rd Ribbon

2020 Theme: Benches

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DEPARTMENT 2: FRUITS & BERRIES

CLASS 201. Apples, other than Crab, (6) 202. Apples, Crab (12) 203. Plums (12) 204. Cherries (12) 205. Raspberries, Fresh (1 pint) 206. Grapes (3 bunches) 207. Gooseberries (1 pint) 208. Any other Fruit & Berries

DEPARTMENT 3: CANNING

CANNED VEGETABLES CLASS 301. Asparagus 302. Beans, String 303. Beets 304. Carrots 305. Corn 306. Peas 307. Tomatoes 308. Tomato Juice 309. Salsa 310. Relish 311. Sauerkraut 312. Stewed Tomatoes 313. Any other Vegetable PICKLES CLASS 314. Beet 315. Bread & Butter 316. Dill 317. Fruit, other than Watermelon 318. Sweet 319. Watermelon 320. Any other kind of Pickle FRUIT CLASS 321. Apples 322. Applesauce 323. Apricots 324. Blueberries 325. Cherries 326. Peaches 327. Pears 328. Raspberries 329. Rhubarb 330. Any other Fruit

JAM Jams are made from whole, small fruits or the fleshy portion of large fruits. No effort is made to retain the shape of the fruit, but it is not crushed or jammed together into a shapeless mass. It is an even, soft consistency thick enough to spread and easily divided into portions with a spoon. The fruit is evenly mixed with the juice which is not separated from the fruit and is of a jelly-like consistency. CLASS 336. Blueberry/Rhubarb 337. Raspberry 338. Raspberry/Rhubarb 339. Rhubarb only 340. Rhubarb/any other Fruit 341. Strawberry 342. Strawberry/Rhubarb 343. Any other Jam 344. Any Conserve 345. Any Preserves 346. Any Marmalade 347. Any Apple Butter SYRUPS CLASS 348. Maple 349. Any other Syrups

HONEY Exhibitors will submit two (2) one-pound Queenline honey jars (glass only). All honey exhibits must be the product of the exhibitor’s apiary that they have owned for the last 12 months and must be the prepared by the exhibitor unless otherwise specified. Entries are to be submitted by an individual, not by a business, club or organization. In both the Adult and Youth classes all entries must not have any reference to the exhibitor. CLASS 350. White 351. Light Amber 352. Amber 353. Dark Amber 354. Any other Honey HONEY WILL BE JUDGED AS FOLLOWS 1) Moisture content (above 18.6% disqualified) 2) Freedom from Crystals 3) Cleanliness 4) Freedom from foam and air bubbles 5) Fill (uniformity among containers) Appropriate level 6) Containers (cleanliness, neatness, uniformity) 7) Flavor (down-grade for overheating, fermentation and other objectionable flavors) 8) Brightness 9) Uniformity of honey

JELLY Jelly is made from fruit juice and contains no pieces of fruit. It is clear spread and is firm enough to hold its shape. CLASS 331. Apple 332. Chokecherry 333. Grape 334. Plum 335. Any other Jelly

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DEPARTMENT 4: BAKED GOODS Baked Good Division sponsored by United Sugar Corporation.

Lesaffre Yeast Corporation is providing RED STAR® Yeast and coupons to be available for all culinary participants when they bring their food items to the competition. Each entrant will receive a 5# bag of sugar provided by United Sugars.  All entries must be made in the name of the individual baking the exhibit. Recipes are strongly encouraged to be submitted.  Bread should be baked in individual standard size tins.  All baked goods MUST be removed from pans and wrapped in cellophane, clear plastic wrap or zip-loc bag before being exhibited.  Unless exhibits comply with these rules, they will not be accepted.  All awards/plaques may not be awarded; this is up to the judges.

CANDY Four pieces of candy shall constitute an entry. CLASS 427. Caramels 428. Fudge 429. Peanut Brittle 430. Any other Candy COOKIE Four cookies, brownies or bars will constitute an entry. CLASS 431. Chocolate Chip 432. Drop, Frosted 433. Drop, Unfrosted 434. Chocolate 435. Fancy 436. Ginger 437. Oatmeal 438. Peanut Butter 439. Refrigerator 440. Sugar 441. Unbaked 442. Any other Cookie 443. Any Bars 444. Any Brownies

QUICK BREAD, A mini loaf will constitute an entry CLASS 401. Banana 402. Rhubarb 403. Corn 404. Fruit 405. Nut

PIE Small pies will be accepted. CLASS 445. Any Fruit Pie 446. Any Cream Pie 447. Any Savory Pie 448. Any Other Pie

MUFFINS, (3) CLASS 406. Bran 407. Fancy or w/Fruit 408. Plain 409. Any other Muffin 410. Coffee Cake 411. Baking Powder Biscuits (3 biscuits) 412. Any other Quick Bread YEAST BREAD A full or ½ loaf will constitute an entry CLASS 413. White 414. Whole Wheat Rolls, (3 any size or shape) CLASS 415. Plain 416. Cinnamon 417. Fruit (frosted or unfrosted) 418. Sweet (frosted or unfrosted) 419. Any other roll 420. Any other Yeast Bread 421. Any Machine Bread

COOKING WITH HONEY Recipe must be attached to entry. Judging will be based on flavor, general appearance and texture. CLASS 449. Cookies, made with Honey 450. Cakes, made with Honey 451. Quick Breads, made with Honey 452. Yeast Breads, made with Honey 453. Muffins, made with Honey ETHNIC FOOD Two whole pieces will constitute an entry. CLASS 454. Rosettes 455. Any other Ethnic Food GLUTEN FREE Recipe must be attached to Entry CLASS 456. Breads – full or ½ loaf will constitute an entry 457. Cookies – 4 cookies will constitute an entry 458. Muffins – 4 muffins will constitute an entry 459. Quick Breads – a mini loaf will constitute an entry 460. Any other Gluten Free Food

CAKE One-half of a cake shall constitute an entry, except decorated where a whole cake must be entered. CLASS 422. Angel Food 423. Decorated, for Special Occasion 424. Rhubarb 425. Upside Down 426. Any other Cake

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CERAMICS Superintendent: Nancy Ollenburger bnto2008@gmail.com In addition to the General Rules found on pages 3 & 6, the following rules will apply to this department:  Entries must be entirely the work of the entrant. Articles previously exhibited at this Fair will not be accepted. Department superintendent has final decision on all entries.  An exhibitor may enter any number of items in as many divisions as they wish, but only one entry per class number.  A plaque will be presented for Best of Show.  All awards/plaques may not be awarded, this is up to the judges.

DEPARTMENT 9: HAND MODELED CLAY

CLASS 901. Wheel (thrown) 902. Sculpture 903. Coil 904. Slab 905. Pinch (Pot) 906. Pack (Press), Small Pellets/Balls of Clay placed in mold joined 907. Decorative, Carved, Pierced, Textured, etc. 908. Combination of any Hand Modeling 909. Glaze decoration 910. Miscellaneous, Combination of Hand Modeled items

DEPARTMENT 5: GREENWARE ADAPTATION

DEPARTMENT 10: OVERGLAZE

CLASS 1001. Fired Metallic on Ceramic Cast 1002. Any other Overglaze

CLASS 501. Miscellaneous

DEPARTMENT 6: UNDERGLAZE DEPARTMENT 11: STONEWARE, CAST CLASS 601. Free Brush Design 602. Opaque 603. Any other Underglaze

CLASS 1101. Glaze 1102. Any other Stoneware, Cast

DEPARTMENT 7: GLAZE

CLASS 701. Transparent and/or Translucent, one glaze 702. Combinations 703. Art Glaze 704. Glaze in Design 705. Glaze and Underglaze, combined technique 706. Opaque, one glaze only 707. Crystal type glazes 708. Decals on Ceramics Cast 709. Miscellaneous, combination of above techniques

DEPARTMENT 12: CERAMIC DOLLS

CLASS 1201. Ceramic Dolls, Must be 100% ceramic, including body

DEPARTMENT 13: LAMPS

CLASS 1301. Standing 1302. Any other Lamp

DEPARTMENT 8: STAIN (Unfired finish on bisque)

CLASS 801. Opaque Stain only 802. Metallic (Unfired) 803. Applied Texture (Sand, Grog, Paper, etc.) 804. Free Brush 805. Dry Brush 806. Stain and Glaze combinations 807. Miscellaneous, combination of above techniques 808. Chalks 809. Pouncing 810. Any other Stain Technique

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DEPARTMENT 14: SPECIAL OCCASION

CLASS 1401. Christmas 1402. Easter 1403. Halloween 1404. Thanksgiving 1405. Miscellaneous

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DEPARTMENT 15: OUTDOORS, LAWN & GARDEN

CLASS 1501. 1502. 1503. 1504.

Glaze Stain Dry Brush Any other Outdoor, Lawn & Garden

DEPARTMENT 16: WILDLIFE

CLASS 1601. 1602. 1603. 1604. 1605. 1606. 1607.

DEPARTMENT 18: PAINTING

CLASS 1801. 1802. 1803. 1804. 1805. 1806. 1807. 1808.

DEPARTMENT 19: SCULPTURE Birds Bovine/Buffalo Canine Feline Equine Aquatic Any other Wildlife

CLASS 1901. Bread Dough 1902. Fimo 1903. Any other Sculpture

DEPARTMENT 20: FABRIC PAINTING

FINE ARTS & CRAFTS Superintendent: Mark Slater mslater.nd@gmail.com In addition to the General Rules found on pages 3 & 6, the following rules will apply to this department:  An exhibitor may enter any number of items in as many departments as they wish, but only one entry per class number.  All pictures must be attached to foam core or heavy cardboard (no poster board). They must be covered in a clear see through material. (No frame).  An exhibitor may enter in only one age group.  Items previously exhibited at this Fair will not be accepted.  Projects must be the work of the exhibitor, and must have been completed within the current year.  Projects must be an original piece. No preprinted items will be accepted.  All Greeting Cards MUST BE submitted in plastic baggies for hanging.  Please put your name on your exhibit, have it on the back or at the bottom of the piece.  All awards/plaques may not be awarded; this is up to the judges.

DEPARTMENT 17: DRAWING

CLASS 1701. 1702. 1703. 1704. 1705. 1706. 1707. 1708.

Oil Acrylic Watercolor Sponge Multi Medium Tempra Color Resistance Any other Painting

CLASS 2001. Free Hand 2002. Batik 2003. Any other Fabric Painting

DEPARTMENT 21: WOODWORKING

CARVING CLASS 2101. Hand 2102. Any other Carving CARPENTRY CLASS 2103. 2104. 2105. 2106.

Furniture Novelty Toys Any other Carpentry

WOOD BURNING CLASS 2107. Pictures 2108. Any other Woodworking

Ink Pencil Charcoal/Pastels Colored Crayon Colored Pencil Marker Multi Medium Any other Drawing

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DEPARTMENT 22: FASHION ACCESSORIES

NO GREETING CARDS IN THIS DIVISION (Please see Division 23)

CLASS 2201. Jewelry 2202. Hat Decorating 2203. Purses

DEPARTMENT 28: BEADWORK

DEPARTMENT 23: STAMP ART/GREETING CARDS

CLASS 2301. 2302. 2303. 2304. 2305. 2306. 2307. 2308.

Stencil Print Embossing – Wet Embossing – Dry Applique Layering Watercolor Any other Stamp Art/Greeting Cards

CLASS 2801. Craft Beading (Not Jewelry) 2802. Traditional 2803. Any other Beadwork

DEPARTMENT 29: METALWORK/BLACKSMITHING CLASS 2901. Novelty 2902. Miscellaneous 2903. Any other Metalwork/Blacksmithing

DEPARTMENT 30: MISCELLANEOUS

DEPARTMENT 24: LEATHER CRAFT

CLASS 2401. 2402. 2403. 2404.

Carving Staining Braided Any other Leather Craft

DEPARTMENT 25: MEMORY ALBUMS

CLASS 2501. Memory Board 2502. Scrap Books 2503. Any other Memory Album

DEPARTMENT 26: STAINED GLASS FINISHES

CLASS 2601. Embedded – Cement, etc. 2602. Painted 2603. Any other Stained Glass - Finishes

CLASS 3001. Computer Art – Must be original (No Clip Art or preprinted pictures) 3002. Creating with Odds ‘N Ends 3003. Recycled Art/Creating with Recycled Material 3004. Decorating with Silk Flowers/Wreaths 3005. Feathers 3006. Holiday Crafts 3007. Glass Etching 3008. Latch Hook 3009. Leather Craft 3010. Macramé 3011. Models (Cars, Planes, Trains, Ships) 3012. Mosaic Tiles – Not Paper 3013. Origami 3014. Quilling 3015. Rag Dolls/Mop Dolls/Cornhusk Doll 3016. Sequin Art 3017. Shadow Box/Diorama 3018. Shrinky Dinks/Fusible 3019. Story Books 3020. String Art 3021. Tie Blankets 3022. Sand Art 3023. Masks 3024. Weaving 3025. Any other

DIVISION 31: DUCT TAPE

DIVISION 27: PAPER CRAFTS

CLASS 2701. 2702. 2703. 2704. 2705. 2706.

Mosaic Tissue Paper Cutting Papier Mache Paper Tearing Any other Paper Crafts

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CLASS 3101. 3102. 3103. 3104. 3105. 3106. 3107.

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3108. 3109. 3110. 3111.

Jewelry Purses Wallets Any other Duct Tape

DEPARTMENT 33: MACHINE QUILTED

NEEDLEWORK Superintendent: Patty Bricker 701-866-2227 In addition to the General Rules found on pages 3 & 6, the following rules will apply. 1. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor. 2. Exhibitors are requested to include specific instructions for disposition of their exhibits. If the articles are to be returned by parcel post, enclose postage with instructions in the package, if not, we will return articles COD. 3. An exhibitor may enter any number of items in as many departments as they wish, but only one entry per class number. 4. Every precaution will be taken for the safekeeping of articles after they are placed in the building, but the Fair Association will not be responsible for any loss or damage that may occur. 5. Articles should have been produced within the last year and those previously exhibited at this Fair will not be accepted. 6. No soiled items will be accepted. We encourage you to bring clothing items which HAVE NOT been worn! (No pilled sweaters or sweatshirts, faded fabric, etc. with exception to items which have been worn for a special occasion such as a 1st Communion dress or a Mother of the Bride/Groom dress, etc.). 7. Articles received where no classification listed will be returned. 8. Quilted Wall Hangings must have loops and dowels for hanging and be ready to hang. 9. This department is prohibited from selling any article exhibited. 10. Decisions of judges are final. 11. Grand and Reserve Champion rosettes will be given in the following categories: Needlework, Crochet, Sewing, Quilting, Weaving and Knitting. A Best of Show plaque will also be given in each classification if warranted. 12. All awards/plaques may not be awarded; this is up to the judges.

DEPARTMENT 32: HAND QUILTED

CLASS 3201. Pillow 3202. Any other Hand Quilted Quilts

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CLASS 3301. 3302. 3303. 3304. 3305. 3306. 3307. 3308. 3309. 3310. 3311. 3312. 3313.

Appliquéd (by machine) Combination Pieced Mini Quilt Large Piece Quilted Dresser Scarf/Runner Holiday Lap Robe Luncheon Cloth Place Mat Pillow Tablecloth/Runner Wall Hanging Any other Machine Quilted

DEPARTMENT 34: QUILTED BY 3rd PARTY HAND QUILTED

CLASS 3401. 3402. 3403. 3404. 3405. 3406. 3407. 3408. 3409. 3410. 3411. 3412. 3413. 3414.

Appliquéd (by hand) Appliquéd (frayed) Combination Counted Cross Stitch Embroidered Cross Stitch Pieced Mini Quilt Large Piece Quilt Dresser Scarf/Runner Lap Robe Place Mat Pillow Tablecloth/Runner Wall Hanging Any other 3rd Party – Hand Quilted

DEPARTMENT 35: QUILTED BY 3rd PARTY MACHINE QUILTED

CLASS 3501. 3502. 3503. 3504. 3505. 3506. 3507. 3508. 3509. 3510. 3511. 3512. 3513. 3514. 3515. 3516. 3517. 3518. 3519. 3520.

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Appliquéd (by hand) Appliquéd (by machine) Combination Pieced Mini Quilt Large Piece Quilt Sampler Whole Cloth Bib Dresser Scarf/Runner Holiday Jacket Lap Robe Luncheon Cloth Place Mat Pillow Tablecloth/Runner Tote Vest Wall Hanging Any other 3rd Party – Machine Quilted

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DEPARTMENT 40: EMBROIDERY

DEPARTMENT 36: BOBBIN LACE

CLASS 3601. Bookmark 3602. Any other Bobbin Lace

DEPARTMENT 37: TATTING

Dishtowel Pillow Cases Towel Wall Hanging Crewel Any other Embroidery

DEPARTMENT 41: HARDANGER

CLASS 3701. Bookmark 3702. Doily 3703. Any other Tatting

DEPARTMENT 38: COUNTED CROSS STITCH

CLASS 3801. Picture, 8” x 8” or larger 3802. Towel 3803. Any other Counted Cross Stitch Holiday CLASS 3804. Ornament 3805. Any other Holiday Counted Cross Stitch

DEPARTMENT 39: CROCHETING

CLASS 3901. 3902. 3903. 3904. 3905. 3906. 3907. 3908. 3909. 3910. 3911. 3912. 3913. 3914. 3915.

CLASS 4001. 4002. 4003. 4004. 4005. 4006.

Animal Afghan Baby Afghan Booties Cap Dress Fashion Accessory Lap Robe Mittens Purse Scarf Sweater – Ladies Tablecloth, 2 Yards & Over Tablecloth, Under 2 Yards Any other Crocheting

CLASS 4101. Doily, under 14” 4102. Picture, 8” x 8” or larger 4103. Any other Hardanger

DEPARTMENT 42: KNITTING

CLASS 4201. 4202. 4203. 4204. 4205. 4206. 4207. 4208. 4209. 4210. 4211. 4212. 4213. 4214. 4215. 4216.

Afghan Animal Bag Booties Cap Hat Lap Robe Mittens Purse Scarf Shawl Slippers Socks Sweater, Child Sweater, Ladies Any other Knitting

Household CLASS 4217. Dishcloth 4218. Any other Household Knitting Holiday CLASS 4219. Ornament 4220. Any other Holiday Knitting

Household CLASS 3916. 3917. 3918. 3919. 3920. 3921. 3922. 3923.

Dishcloth Doily, 8” x 8” or larger Edging or insert lace Hot Pad Pillow Place Mat Potholder Any other Household Crocheting

Holiday CLASS 3924. Ornament 3925. Any other Holiday Crocheting

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DEPARTMENT 43: KNITTING, MACHINE

CLASS 4301. Any Household Knitting, Machine 4302. Any Holiday Knitting, Machine 4303. Any other Knitting, Machine

DEPARTMENT 46: WEAVING

CLASS 4601. Scarf 4602. Any other Weaving

DEPARTMENT 47: DOLL COSTUMING DEPARTMENT 44: NEEDLEPOINT CHILDREN CLASS 4401. Picture, 8” x 8” or larger 4402. Any other Needlepoint

CLASS 4701. Any Crochet 4702. Any Sewing BABIES CLASS 4703. Any Crochet 4704. Any Sewing BARBIE’S CLASS 4705. Any Crochet 4706. Any Sewing

DEPARTMENT 48: Plastic Canvas

CLASS 4801. 4802. 4803. 4804. 4805. 4806. 4807. 4808. 4809. 4810.

Bags Baskets Boxes Book Marker Holiday Household Jewelry Toys Wall Hangings Any other Plastic Canvas

DEPARTMENT 45: SEWING

CLASS 4501. 4502. 4503. 4504. 4505. 4506. 4507. 4508. 4509. 4510. 4511. 4512. 4513. 4514. 4515. 4516. 4517.

Active Wear Apron Christmas Doll Clothes Dress Embellished Purse Hat Holiday Hot Pad Jumper Pillow Pillowcase Purse Scarf Shirt/Blouse Toy Any other Sewing

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PHOTOGRAPHY

5305. Insects 5306. Wild Animals 5307. Any other photo not above

DEPARTMENT 54: ELEMENTS OF DESIGN

Superintendent: Mark Slater mslater.nd@gmail.com In addition to the General Rules found on pages 3 & 6, the following will apply to this department: 1. All entries must have been exposed/developed during the current project year and must be the work of the exhibitor. 2. All prints must be attached to foam core or heavy cardboard (no poster board). They must be covered in a clear see through material. (No frames) 3. No matting or borders allowed. 4. Prints may not be smaller than 5 x 7 or larger than 8 x 10. 5. Please place a title in the lower left hand corner . 6. An exhibitor may enter in only one age group. 7. All prints will be exhibited as space permits. 8. Prints previously exhibited at this fair will not be accepted. 9. Champion and Reserve Champion will be chosen from each class. 10. An exhibitor may enter up to 3 items per class, maximum of 36 items. 11. Please put your name on your exhibit, have it on the back or at the bottom of the piece. 13. All awards/plaques may not be awarded, this is up to the Judges.

CLASS: 5401. All Elements of Design photos are judged in one class

DEPARTMENT 55: DIGITAL DARKROOM

CLASS: 5501. All Digital Darkroom photos are judged in one class

DEPARTMENT 56: TRAVEL & PLACE

CLASS: 5601. Landscapes 5602. Cityscapes 5603. Historical Places 5604. Zoos 5605. Amusement Parks 5606. Any other photo not above

DEPARTMENT 50: PORTRAITS DEPARTMENT 57: FLOWERS CLASS: 5001. All Portraits are judged in one class

CLASS: 5701. All Flower photos are judged in one class

DEPARTMENT 51: SCENIC/NATURE DEPARTMENT 58: DETAILS & MACRO CLASS: 5101. Outdoor/Nature 5102. Urban Landscapes 5103. Sunsets 5104. Seascapes 5105. Cityscapes 5106. Farms 5107. Any other photo not above

CLASS: 5801. People 5802. Animals 5803. Inanimate Objects 5804. Black & White 5805. Any other photo not above

DEPARTMENT 59: BLACK & WHITE DEPARTMENT 52: COLLAGE

CLASS: 5201. All Collages are judged in one class

DEPARTMENT 53: ANIMALS

CLASS: 5301. Birds 5302. Cats 5303. Dogs 5304. Farm Animals

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CLASS: 5901. People 5902. Animals 5903. Places 5904. Any other photo not above Final Thoughts: The contests are open to all photographers, regardless of skill level. In the end, a photo may fit into more than one category. For example a landscape with strong lines leading you to a person, that you Photographed in Tibet, might reasonably get categorized in Scenic and Nature, People, Elements of Design or the Travel & Places category.

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STATIC EXHIBIT ENTRY FORM

Mail-in Entries Closes: July 2, 2018 Online Entries Closes: July 6, 2018 On Line Entries: www.redrivervalleyfair.com and follow the links Mail pre-entries to: Phone: (701) 282-2200 1805 Main Avenue West Fax: (701) 282-6909 West Fargo, ND 58078 Email Entries: exhibits@redrivervalleyfair.com

PLEASE USE A SEPARATE ENTRY BLANK FOR EACH DEPARTMENT (Please circle Department) Agriculture

Ceramics Needlework

Fine Arts & Crafts Photography

Floriculture

Please accept the entries indicated below, subject to the rules and classifications governing exhibits as published in your Premium Books of the current year, by which I hereby agree to be governed in exhibiting the same and declare that all statements made in connection with said entries are true. I hereby release the Red River Valley Fair from any liabilities for loss, damage or injury to exhibits or other property, while the same are on the fairgrounds, or at any other time or place.

Please Print: (If your address is not complete and readable, you may not receive your premium.) Name of Exhibitor:_________________________________________________________________________________________ Address: __________________________________________ City: __________________ State: _____ Zip: ______ Email: ________________________________________________________________________________________ Phone: ___________________________________________________ Alt Phone: ___________________________ Signature: _______________________________________ Check here if Jr. Division__________ Age: __________

DIVISION: (S) Senior (A) Adult (J) Junior (Y) Youth (C) Child (SN) Special Needs

(circle age group)

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Department Number

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Description of Article (Use exact wording from Premium Book)

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HOMEBREW – DEPARTMENT #60

Emily Grunewald emily@redrivervalleyfair.com 701.282.2200

AREA: ENTRY DEADLINE: ONLINE ENTRY DEADLINE:

ENTRY FEE: RECEIVING DATES:

Open to amateur brewers throughout the United States. By online deadline or with entry at receiving. June 15, 2018 @ 4:00 pm Online entry must be completed before drop-off. Drop off entry during receiving dates/times. $5.00 per entry Monday – Friday June 11-15, 2018 8:00AM – 4:00 pm Bottles of beer, with I.D. label attached to be delivered to: Red River Valley Fair 1805 Main Avenue West West Fargo, ND 58078

ENTRY FORM:

SYSTEM OF JUDGING: RELEASE DATE:

Online entries are encouraged at www.redrivervalleyfair.com or use form on page 24 Danish Pick up at fair on July 19, 2018 or include stamp (one stamp per entry)

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If you pre-enter online you must have your entry delivered during the receiving stated.

Bottles must be free of commercial labels, residue, or any identifying marks (preprinted caps must be colored over with black ink). Judges may refuse to judge entries that do not meet these criteria. Attach a label to each bottle with a rubber band (no tape or glue). Online registrations will receive a set of labels. Paper registrations are requested to use the labels available at http://redrivervalleyfair.com/homebrew-labels/ which have spaces for brewer information, class, division, special ingredient information and the words “not for sale.” All entries become Fair property. We assume no responsibility for returning bottles to participants. A plaque will be awarded to Best of Show For more information on the BJCP 2015 Guidelines see http://www.bjcp.org/stylecenter.php

BEER DIVISION 1: Standard American Beer Classes: A. American Lite Lager B. American Lager C. Cream Ale D. American Wheat Beer DIVISION 2: International Lager Classes: A. International Pale Lager B. International Amber Lager C. International Dark Lager DIVISION 3: Czech Lager Classes: A. Czech Pale Lager B. Czech Premium Pale Lager C. Czech Amber Lager D. Czech Dark Lager DIVISION 4: Pale Malty European Lager Classes: A. Munich Helles B. Festbier C. Helles Bock

INFORMATION:  The Red River Valley Fair Home Brew competition is an American Homebrewers Association (A.H.A) sanctioned event.  Submit two 12 oz. bottles per entry. You can only submit one entry per class, but you can submit entries in multiple classes within a division.

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DIVISION 5: Pale Bitter European Beer Classes: A. German Leichtbier B. Kölsch C. German Helles Exportbier D. German Pils DIVISION 6: Amber Malty European Lager Classes: A. Märzen B. Rauchbier C. Dunkles Bock

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DIVISION 7: Amber Bitter European Beer Classes: A. Vienna Lager B. Altbier C. Kellerbier DIVISION 8: Dark European Lager Classes: A. Munich Dunkel B. Schwarzbier DIVISION 9: Strong European Beer Classes: A. Dopplebock B. Eisbock C. Baltic Porter DIVISION 10: German Wheat Beer Classes: A. Weissbier B. Dunkles Weissbier C. Weizenbock DIVISION 11: British Bitter Classes: A. Ordinary Bitter B. Best Bitter C. Strong Bitter DIVISION 12: Pale Commonwealth Beer Classes: A. British Golden Ale B. Australian Sparkling Ale C. English IPA DIVISION 13: Brown British Beer Classes: A. Dark Mild B. British Brown Ale C. English Porter DIVISION 14: Scottish Ale Classes: A. Scottish Light B. Scottish Heavy C. Scottish Export

B. C. D.

Old Ale Wee Heavy English Barleywine

DIVISION 18: Pale American Ale Classes: A. Blonde Ale B. American Pale Ale DIVISION 19: American and Brown American Beer Classes: A. American Amber Ale B. California Common C. American Brown Ale DIVISION 20: American Porter and Stout Classes: A. American Porter B. American Stout C. Imperial Stout DIVISION 21: IPA Classes: A. American IPA B. Specialty IPA DIVISION 22: Strong American Ale Classes: A. Double IPA B. American Strong Ale C. American Barleywine D. Wheatwine DIVISION 23: European Sour Ale Classes: A. Berliner Weisse B. Flanders Red Ale C. Our Bruin D. Lambic E. Gueuze F. Fruit Lambic DIVISION 24: Belgian Ale Classes: A. Witbier B. Belgian Pale Ale C. Biére de Garde

DIVISION 15: Irish Beer Classes: A. Irish Red Ale B. Irish Stout C. Irish Extra Stout

DIVISON 25: Strong Belgian Ale Classes: A. Belgian Blonde Ale B. Saison C. Belgian Golden Strong Ale

DIVISION 16: Dark British Beer Classes: A. Sweet Stout B. Oatmeal Stout C. Tropical Stout D. Foreign Extra Stout DIVISION 17: Strong British Ale Classes: A. British Strong Ale

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MEAD

DIVISION 26: Trappist Ale Classes: A. Trappist Single B. Belgian Dubbel C. Belgian Tripel D. Belgian Dark Strong Ale

DIVISION M1: Traditional Mead Classes: A. Dry Mead B. Semi-Sweet Mead C. Sweet Mead

DIVISION 27: Historical Beer Classes: A. Historical Beer DIVISION 28: American Wild Ale Classes: A. Brett Beer B. Mixed-Fermentation Sour Beer C. Wild Specialty Beer

DIVISION M3: Spiced Mead Classes: A. Fruit and Spice Mead B. Spiced, Herb or Vegetable Mead

DIVISION 29: Fruit Beer Classes: A. Fruit Beer B. Fruit and Spice Beer C. Specialty Fruit Beer DIVISION 30: Spiced Beer Classes: A. Spiced, Herb or Vegetable Beer B. Autumn Seasonal Beer C. Winter Seasonal Beer DIVISION 31: Alternative Fermentables Beer Classes: A. Alternative Grain Beer B. Alternative Sugar Beer DIVISION 32: Smoked Beer Classes: A. Classic Style Smoked Beer B. Specialty Smoked Beer DIVISION 33: Wood Beer Classes: A. Wood-Aged Beer B. Specialty Wood-Aged Beer DIVISION 34: Specialty Beer Classes: A. Clone Beer B. Mixed-Style Beer C. Experimental Beer

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DIVISION M2: Fruit Mead Classes: A. Cyser B. Pyment C. Berry Mead D. Stone Fruit Mead E. Melomel

DIVISION M4: Specialty Mead Classes: A. Braggot B. Historical Mead C. Experimental Mead

CIDER DIVISION C1: Standard Cider and Perry Classes: A. New World Cider B. English Cider C. French Cider D. New World Perry E. Traditional Perry DIVISION C2: Specialty Cider and Perry Classes: A. New England Cider B. Cider with Other Fruit C. Applewine D. Ice Cider E. Cider with Herbs/Spices F. Specialty Cider/Perry

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FLORICULTURE BUILDING Superintendent: Emily Hilgers, 701-318-9007, gmmae635@gmail.com Location: Horticulture Building

Sunday

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8 8:00 am – 7:00 pm All Entries Due at the Horticulture Building

9 8:00 am – 1:00 pm Judging

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10 People’s Choice Award! Stop in and vote today for your favorite Arboreal & Houseplants 17

11 People’s Choice Award! Stop in and vote today for your favorite Cut Flowers

12 People’s Choice Award! Stop in and vote today for your favorite Succulents

13 People’s Choice Award! Stop in and vote today for your favorite Outdoor Container

14 People’s Choice Award! Stop in and vote today for your favorite Dried Design

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4:00 pm 7:30 pm Entries Must Be Picked Up

PLEASE PRE-REGISTER ON-LINE BY MIDNIGHT FRIDAY, JULY 6, 2018

A Standard Flower Show is sponsored by The Fargo Garden Society (FGS). FGS is a member of the North Dakota State Federation of Garden Clubs and the National Council of Garden Clubs. The Flower Show is on display in the Horticulture Building. 1. The schedule is the rule of the show. 2. The Handbook for Flower Shows will be used as the basis of exhibiting, point scoring, and judging. 3. Competition is open to any amateur grower and/or arranger in all age groups and judges who are interested in exhibiting. Judges may enter only those classes they are not judging. 4. Horticulture entries must have a variety (cultivar) name to qualify for the top rosette ribbon awards. 5. Entries will be received only Sunday, July 8, 2018, from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm in the Horticulture Building at the Red River Valley Fairgrounds. 6. Exhibits remain in place through Sunday, July 15, 2018. Ribbons, rosettes, premiums, designs, planters and personal belongings will be ready to pick up on Tuesday, July 17, 2018 from 4:00 pm to 7:30 pm. 7. The number of entries of an exhibitor is limited within a household as follows: ONE ENTRY OF EACH VARIETY PER HOUSEHOLD (IF MOM ENTERS A PURPLE WAVE PETUNIA, ANOTHER MEMBER OF HER HOUSEHOLD COULD NOT; HOWEVER, THAT MEMBER COULD ENTER A WHITE WAVE PETUNIA). In the Horticulture Department, any number of specimens may be entered in each class provided they are of different varieties. In the Design Department, only one (1) entry in each class by an exhibitor is permitted. 8. No artificial flowers or foliage may be used in the show. Use of animal materials is not allowed. 9. All entries must be checked by the Classification Committee. Decisions made by this committee are final. 10. The Flower Show Committee will exercise all care possible, but cannot be responsible for loss or damage to containers, plants or articles exhibited. JUDGING & AWARDS 1. Judging will be on Monday, July 1, 2018 from 8:00 am to1:00 pm. The public is not allowed in the Horticulture Building during judging. 2. All decisions of the judges will be final. At the judges’ discretion, an award may be withheld. 3. The Standard Scale of Points from the Handbook for Flower Shows will be used: Blue, red and white and (1st, 2nd, 3rd) ribbons, to be awarded by accredited judges. The Standard System allows only one (1) first 95 pts or above (blue), one (1) second 85 pts or above (red) and one (1) third 80 pts or above (white) to be awarded in each class or subclass, if merited. 4. Department 96, Tricolor Award may be awarded to a blue ribbon winner, scoring 95 or above, in the Tri Color Classes of Design, Department. This award will be represented by a rosette. 5. Department 96, Award of Distinction may be awarded to a blue ribbon winner, scoring 95 or above, in the Distinction Classes of Design.

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JUDGING & AWARDS CONTINUED Design. This award will be represented by a rosette. 6. Department 96, Designers Choice (includes a Line Design and Small Classes) may be awarded to a blue ribbon winner, scoring 95 or above. This award will be represented by a rosette. 7. Senior Achievement Award may be awarded to an outstanding horticultural exhibit, or an outstanding design exhibit of a senior blue ribbon winner scoring 95 or above. One (1) award may be given in each, if merited. This award will be represented by a rosette. 8. Junior Achievement Award may be awarded to an outstanding design or educational exhibit, to a blue ribbon winner, scoring 95 or above. One (1) award may be given in each, if merited. This award will be represented by a rosette. 9. An Educational Award may be awarded at the judge’s discretion to the blue ribbon winner scoring 95 or above in the Educational class of Department96. This award will be represented by a rosette. 10.Grand Champion and Grand Champion Reserve Award rosettes will be awarded in Horticulture Division 90 (botanically named annuals, perennials, dahlia, iris, lily, roses, houseplants, succulents, outdoor planters and arboreal), if merited, by the win of a blue (1st place) ribbon. In Design Department 96, Grand Champion and Grand Champion Reserve will replace the named rosette awards if there are l less than 4 entries per class in a design category, to meet standard flower show award requirements. 11.An Award of Horticultural Excellence will be selected from the recipients of Grand Champions, in Department 90 of a named exhibit. This award will be represented by a rosette. 12. Premiums will be awarded as follows: 1st $ 4.00 2nd $ 3.00 3rd $ 2.00 Grand Champion $ 8.00 Reserve Champion $ 5.00 Rosette Award $ 8.00 (Rosettes include Department 96 Design Awards, Senior and Junior Achievement Awards and Education Award) Horticultural Excellence (Best of Show) $10.00 Horticulture Division 90 Rules 1. Registration forms need to be mail to the Fairgrounds before Monday July 2, 2018 or brought to the Fair office before Friday, July 6, 2018. On Line entries will close at midnight on Friday July 6, 2018. Entry tags must be completed by the exhibitor unless registering on line, online registration entry tags will be printed and available at the horticulture building on entry day. To complete your own tags address labels or stamps are acceptable, be sure to fill out the tag completely and match the registration form exactly. Exhibitors with a large number of entries are encouraged to register online, 2. Entry forms must be completed and signed by the exhibitor, including juniors. If preregistering online, please print a list of your online entries to bring with you on entry day. This takes place of the entry form and is required on entry day. 3. All horticultural entries must have been grown by the exhibitor. Flowering specimens must show blossom unless entered in a foliage class. 4. Grooming of horticulture specimens is encouraged, including smoothing or removal of faded petals. No wiring, oiling or artificial coloring is permitted. Remove evidence of spray residue or insect damage from foliage. All diseased or infected entries will be removed by the committee and will not be judged. 5. All specimens should be correctly named, with a botanical and common name, if possible. Please note that the variety names are important. If two entries are equal the one with a variety name will be given more weight than a variety that remains unnamed. 6. Foliage should be removed below the water line in the container/vase. Foliage above water line should be attached unless otherwise specified in the schedule. 7. Extra classes, not listed in the schedule, may be provided if there are at least three (3) entries of the cultivar, type or color. 8. Containers/vases will be furnished for ALL horticulture classes EXCEPT where specified in the schedule. Placement Committee will place exhibits after entry and classification is completed. 9. In cut horticulture, wedging with plastic wrap is encouraged. 10. Houseplants must have been in the possession of and grown by the exhibitor for at least 90 days and must be container grown. 11. Double potting is allowed for houseplant classes. Inner pot should not be visible. 12. Entry tags, awards and premium checks will be returned to entrants between 4:0 0pm & 7:30 pm on Tuesday, July 17, 2018. Cut flowers will not be returned unless prior arrangements are made. Premium checks will be mailed out within 45 days. Design Division 96 Rules 1. All flowers, fruits, vegetables, and plant material (fresh, dried or treated) used in design classes need NOT be grown by the exhibitor. Purchased flowers (fresh, dried or treated) may be used in design classes. No animal materials are allowed. 2. Artificial foliage, flowers, fruit, and vegetables are NOT permitted. 3. Arrangements (designs) MUST be the work of the exhibitor, INCLUDING JUNIORS. 4. Accessories may be used when stated in the schedule. An accessory is anything in the arrangement other than plant material, container/vase, base or background. Emphasis is always on plant material. 5. Designs are placed by the designer under the supervision of placement committee. 6. To receive top awards in the Design Division, there must be at least four (4) entries in each class. 7. A Design Class may have 3 levels of expertise. The level will be listed after exhibitor number an entry tag (e.g. 1-A). Anyone who has won ribbons in the ranges listed below, at a previous RRVF Flower Show, may enter in the following levels. A. Novice 0-5 blue ribbons B. Amateur 6-12 blue ribbons C. Advanced 13 or more blue ribbons 8. A brief explanation of your design interpretation may be included on a 3x5 card

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DEPARTMENT 90: HORTICULTURE

Age Groups Division S – Senior – 62 and over Division A – Adult – 19-61 years of age Division J – Junior – 15-18 years of age Division Y – Youth – 11-14 years of age Division C – Children – 10 and under years of age Division SN – Special Needs

Blue White Green Yellow Pink Lavender

9030. Viola, 3 blooms 9031. Zinnia, 1 disbudded stem or spray, no multiple stems allowed 9032. Any other small annual 3 blooms (mature plant under 8”) 9033. Any other medium annual 1stem/spray (mature plants under 15”) 9034. Any other large annual 1 stem/spray (mature plant over 15”) 9035. Any other annual foliage

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Bloom – An individual flower (displayed without buds) Examples: Rose & Carnation Spike – A lengthened flower cluster where the blossom is almost stemless. Examples: Snapdragon & Gladiolus Spray – A group of flowers on a branched stem Examples: Baby’s Breath & Petunias Stem – The major supporting structure on a plant with buds, Leaves, and flowers at regular points, often with a cluster Examples: Yarrow & Sweet Rocket Stalk – The stem of support of a flower or flower cluster. In stalks, buds may be left attached. Examples: Daylily & Delphinium

Flowering specimens must show bloom Unless foliage class exists. When 3 blooms are required they must be matching if no length is noted, 24” is the maximum. ANNUALS CLASS 9001. 9002. 9003. 9004. 9005. 9006. 9007. 9008. 9009.

Ageratum, 1 stem Begonia, Fibrous, 1 stem, 3 blooms max Calibrachoa, 1 stem/spray Celosia, 1 bloom Coleus Foliage, 1 stem Cosmos, 3 blooms, 1 stem, 18” max Dahlia, (grown from seed), 1 bloom Daisy Dahlberg, 1 stem Dianthus, small (under 12”) 3 stems with 3 or more open flowers 9010. Dianthus, large (over 12”) 1 spray/stem with 3 or more open flowers 9011. Geranium, 1 bloom 9012. Grasses 1/2” banded cluster; 24”max 9013. Impatiens, 3 blooms 9014. Lantana, 1 stem 9015. Larkspur, 1 spike, 18" max 9016. Lisianthus, 1 stem 9017. Marigolds Large, 1 bloom 9018. Marigolds Dwarf, 3 blooms 9019. Moss Roses, 3 blooms 9020. Nicotiana (flowering tobacco), 1 stem, 24" max 9021. Pansy, 3 blooms 9022. Petunia Single Bloom, 1 spray 9023. Petunia Double Bloom, 1 spray 9024. Petunia Trailing & Wave, 1 spray, 10" max 9025. Phlox, 1 stem 18” max 9026. Salvia, 3 stems, 18" max 9027. Snapdragons, 1 spike 9028. Stocks, 1 stem 9029. Vinca, 3 blooms

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PERENNIALS CLASS Achilles, (Yarrow) 1 stem, 18” max Alchemilla (Lady’s Mantle), 1 stem Aruncus (Goat’s Beard), 1 stem 18” max Astilbe, 1 stem, 18” max Campanula (Bellflower) 1 stem Centaurea, 1 stem, 18" max Chrysanthemum, 3 blooms Clematis, 3 blooms Columbine, 1 spray, 18” max Coreopsis, 3 stems Daisy, 3 blooms Delphinium, 1 spike, 24” max Dianthus, 3 stems Echinacea (Cone Flower) 1 stem Ferns, 1 frond, 18” max Feverfew, 1 stem Gaillardia, 3 blooms German Statice, 1 stem Grasses, 1/2” banded cluster; no more than 36” long Heliopsis, 1 stem, 18" max Hemerocallis (Daylily), Miniature, 1 stem18” max, DO NOT DISBUD 9057. Hemerocallis (Daylily), Single, 1 stem18” max, DO NOT DISBUD 9058. Hemerocallis (Daylily), Double, 1 stem 18” max, DO NOT DISBUD 9059. Heuchera (Coral Bells) blooms, 1 stem 9060. Heuchera (Coral Bells) foliage, 1 leaf 9061. Hosta, Miniature, Mature Plant under 6” 1 leaf, solid color 9062. Hosta, Miniature, Mature Plant under 6” 1 leaf, multi-color 9063. Hosta, Small, Mature Plant 6-12” 1 leaf, solid color 9064. Hosta, Small, Mature Plant 6-12” 1 leaf, multi-color 9065. Hosta, Medium, Mature plant 13-24” 1 leaf, solid color 9066. Hosta, Medium, Mature plant 13-24” 1 leaf, multi-color 9067. Hosta, Large, Mature plant over 25” 1 leaf, solid color 9068. Hosta, Large, Mature plant over 25” 1 leaf, multi-color 9069. Liatris, 1 stem 9070. Lupinus (Lupine), 1 stem 9071. Lychnis, e.g. Maltese Cross,1 stem 18” max 9072. Monarda, 1 stem 9073. Penstemon, 1 stem 9074. Phlox, 1 stem, 18" max 9036. 9037. 9038. 9039. 9040. 9041. 9042. 9043. 9044. 9045. 9046. 9047. 9048. 9049. 9050. 9051. 9052. 9053. 9054. 9055. 9056.

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9075. 9076. 9077. 9078. 9079. 9080. 9081. 9082. 9083. 9084.

Rudbeckia (Black Eyed Susan), 1 stem, 18" max Russian Sage, 18” max Salvia, 1 branched stem, 18” max Sedum, Ground Cover, 3 stems in blossom Sedum, Upright, 1 stem in blossom Lathyrus (Sweet Pea), 3 stems Tradescantia (Spiderwort), 3 stems Veronica, (Speedwell) 1 branched stem, 18” max Any other small perennial (Mature plant 8"), 3 blooms Any other medium perennial (Mature plant to 15”) 1stem/spray 9085. Any other large perennial (Mature plant over 15”) 1stem/spray 9086. Any other perennial foliage

SUCCULENTS – Indoor/Outdoor CLASS 9111. 9112. 9113. 9114.

Cactus Succulent – single plant Succulent – multiple/mixed planter Succulent – multiple/mixed planter with accessories

BULBS CLASS 9087. Allium, 1 stem 9088. Begonia, tuberous, 3” stem with 2 Leaves & Bloom: DO NOT DISBUD 9089. Caladium, 1 leaf 9090. Dahlia, any kind, 1 stem 9091. Lily Asiatic, 1 stem (do not remove stamen) 9092. Lily Oriental, 1 stem (do not remove stamen) 9093. Lily Trumpet, 1 stem (do not remove stamen) 9094. Lily Orienpet, 1 stem (do not remove stamen) 9095. Lily any other, 1 stem (do not remove stamen) 9096. Any other bulb (1 bloom or stem)

OUTDOOR CONTAINERS CLASS 9115. 9116. 9117. 9118. 9119. 9120.

Flowering Foliage Hanging Herbs Ornamental Grasses Any other combination of plants Outdoor Containers

ARBOREAL All specimens must be fresh. No vines are allowed. The specimens may be groomed for symmetry. Limit length to 18” max. Arboreal will not be displayed in the cooler. CLASS 9121. 9122. 9123. 9124. ROSES Rose stem length should be adequate to the size of the bloom and generally should have at least one (1) set of five (5) leaves.

Evergreens, 1 stem Deciduous Trees, 1 stem, 5 nodes or 18” max Foliage Shrubs, 1 stem, 5 nodes or 18” max Flowering Shrubs, 1 stem with blossoms, 5 nodes or 18” max 9125. Hydrangea, 1 stem with blossom, 5 nodes or 18” max 9126. Any other Arboreal

CLASS 9100. 9101. 9102. 9103. 9104. 9105.

Hybrid Tea, 1 bloom Grandiflora Rose, 1 stem/spray Floribunda Rose, 1 spray/stem Miniature Rose, 1 spray/stem Shrub, 1 stem/spray Any other rose, 1 stem/spray HOUSE PLANTS

CLASS 9106. 9107. 9108. 9109.

Flowering, must be in bloom Foliage Hanging Mixed Planter with accessories (Fairy & Dish Gardens, Etc.) 9110. Any other House Plants

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NOVICE AWARD: Anyone who has not previously won a blue (1st place) ribbon in Design is eligible for this class. Plant materials are designer’s choice any may include fresh and or dried, treated and glycerinated materials. Accessories are allowed. Staging will be in the cooler CLASS 9610. Kaleidscope JUNIOR AWARD: Anyone between the ages of 11-18 is eligible. Plant materials are designers’ choice. Accessories may be used. Staging will be in the cooler. No silk/faux flowers/foliage CLASS

DEPARTMENT 96: DESIGNS

9611. Color Me Happy EDUCATIONAL AWARD:

Kaleidoscope –The Wonderful World of Color! A brief explanation of your design interpretation may be included on a 3x5 card.

Open to adults or junior; these displays are those which have been designed to instruct, as well as to please. Examples: Feeding birds, propagation of plants, conservation of water, drying flowers, etc. NOT OPEN TO COMMERCIAL ENTRIES. CLASS

TRICOLOR AWARD:

9612. Exhibitor’s Choice

All plants materials must be fresh. Accessories are allowed. No weathered wood may be used for accessories or containers. Staging will be in the cooler (more than 8” in height, width or depth). CLASS 9601. Pastel Profusion 9602. Garden Jewels 9603. A Splash of Color DISTINCTION AWARD: All plant material must be treated/dried and/or glycerinated. NO SILK ALLOWED. FRESH PLANT MATERIALS ARE NOT PERMITTED. Accessories are allowed. (more than 8” in height, width or depth, display space is 15” deep by 24” wide). CLASS 9604. All That Glitters 9605. Metallic Creations 9606. Black Magic DESIGNER’S CHOICE: Plant materials are the designer’s choice when interpreting the theme chosen. Accessories are allowed (staging will be in the cooler). No silk/faux flowers/foliage. CLASS 9607. Textures in Green 9608. Tropical Fantasy Traditional Mass Design: Large quantities of plant material in close silhouette, fully developed focal area, yet defined linear pattern. 9609. Explosion of Color Small Class: 8” by 8” or less including container.

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STATIC EXHIBIT ENTRY FORM

Mail-in Entries Closes: July 2, 2018 Online Entries Closes: July 6, 2018 On Line Entries: www.redrivervalleyfair .com and follow the links Mail pre-entries to: Phone: (701) 282-2200 1805 Main Avenue West Fax: (701) 282-6909 West Fargo, ND 58078 Email Entries: exhibits@redrivervalleyfair.com

PLEASE USE A SEPARATE ENTRY BLANK FOR EACH DEPARTMENT (Please circle Department) Agriculture

Ceramics Needlework

Fine Arts &Crafts Photography

Floriculture

Please accept the entries indicated below, subject to the rules and classifications governing exhibits as published in your Premium Books of the current year, by which I hereby agree to be governed in exhibiting the same and declare that all statements made in connection with said entries are true. I hereby release the Red River Valley Fair from any liabilities for loss, damage or injury to exhibits or other property, while the same are on the fairgrounds, or at any other time or place.

Please Print: (If your address is not complete and readable, you may not receive your premium.) Name of Exhibitor:_________________________________________________________________________________________ Address: __________________________________________ City: __________________ State: _____ Zip: _________ Email: ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Phone: ___________________________________________________ Alt Phone: ______________________________ Signature: _______________________________________ Check here if Jr. Division__________ Age: _____________

DIVISION: (S) Senior (A) Adult (J) Junior (Y) Youth (C) Child (SN) Special Needs

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LIVESTOCK & SMALL ANIMAL RULES Health requirements will be enforced. All livestock must meet health requirements before being permitted onto the show grounds. Beth Carlson, DVM * Deputy State Veterinarian, * State Board of Animal Health 1. Livestock from other States A Certificate of veterinary inspection (CVI) and an importation permit number are required on all livestock. Call 701328-2655 for more information or to obtain a permit number. (Permit numbers are issued to the veterinarian signing the certificate of veterinary inspection.) All livestock originating from a state which has a confirmed Vesicular Stomatitis (VS) positive animal or has a VS quarantine in place require a statement to be written on the CVI by the issuing veterinarian that indicates that the animals on the CVI “have not originated from a premises or an area under quarantine for Vesicular Stomatitis or a premises on which Vesicular Stomatitis has been diagnosed in the last 30 days; and the animals in the shipment have no signs of Vesicular Stomatitis." For shipments within a 10 mile radius of an infected area or premises, use the statement above except for the exam must be within a 24 hour time frame and the Certificate of Veterinary Inspection issued within 24 hours of departure. A. Cattle  All cattle (including steers) moved interstate for exhibition must be officially identified. Nursing calves accompanying their dam are exempt from this requirement. Official forms of ID include: official USDA brite tag, USDA brucellosis vaccination tag, 840 RFID tag.  Cattle originating from CO, NM, and TX must be treated with an approved avermectin product, administered by a licensed veterinarian within 14 days prior to importation. (Dairy cattle are exempt.)  Official calfhood vaccination is required on all females 12 months of age and older except from SD, IL, MN, NE, NC, WI, and MO.  A negative brucellosis test is required within 30 days prior to entry on sexually intact cattle 18 months of age and older from TX and ID certain areas of MT and WY.  A negative tuberculosis test (and official ID) within 30 days prior to entry on all cattle from CA, MI, TX. Cattle from the management area of MN must have both a negative individual test within 30 days prior to entry and a negative whole herd test within 12 months prior to entry. Calves accompanying a negative dam do not require testing.  All bulls over 24 months of age and all non-virgin 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. Exemptions may apply; call for more information.  All female cattle must be declared as virgin or bred, unless accompanied by their own calf prior to rebreeding. Exceptions may apply; call for more information.  All dairy breed cattle from all states, other than steers and spayed heifers, must be negative to an official test for tuberculosis within 60 days prior to entering North Dakota.  All cattle used for rodeo or timed events from all states must have a negative bovine TB test within the last 12 months prior to import into ND. Rodeo bulls >18 months of age must have had a negative Brucellosis test within the past 12 months. All M-branded cattle entering North Dakota are required to be accompanied with proof of a whole herd TB test on the birth herd of origin and two negative TB tests by USDA accredited veterinarians with the last test within 60 days prior to import into ND. B. Sheep  In addition to the Certificate of Veterinary Inspection and Importation permit number, all sheep must be identified with an official scrapie tag. Wethers <18 months of age are exempt from the scrapie tag requirement.  The CVI must include the following statement, signed by the owner of the flock of origin: “The flock of origin has not been diagnosed as scrapie infected, source, trace, or exposed in the last five years.”  Rams 6 months of age and older must be negative to an approved brucella ovis test. C. Swine  In addition to the Certificate of Veterinary Inspection and Importation permit number, all swine must be individually identified with an official tag listed on the CVI.  The CVI must include the following statement, signed by the owner of the herd of origin: “The premises the swine are originating from has not had any signs or a diagnosis of Transmissible Gastroenteritis (TGE) or Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus (PEDv) in the last 60 days.” D. Poultry  In addition to the Certificate of Veterinary Inspection and Importation permit number, all poultry 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/national-poultry-improvement-plan.  The CVI must include the following statement: “These birds and their 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.” E. Goats  In addition to the Certificate of Veterinary Inspection and Importation permit number, all goats must be identified with an official scrapie tag. Wethers <18 months of age are exempt from the scrapie tag requirement. Goats registered with an approved association, accompanied by registration papers, with legible registration tattoos may be exempt from the scrapie tag requirement.

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The CVI must include the following statement, signed by the owner of the herd of origin: “The herd of origin has not been diagnosed as scrapie infected, source, trace, or exposed in the last five years.” Dairy breed goats must test negative to an official test for tuberculosis within 60 days prior to importation. Sexually intact dairy breed goats must test negative to an official test for Brucella abortus within 30 days prior to importation.

F. Horses  Horses must have a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection.  Horses must test negative for Equine Infectious Anemia by an official Coggin’s test within 12 months prior to importation. G. Rabbits  No CVI required For any livestock being imported from Canada please contact the North Dakota State Board of Animal Health at 701-328-2655 and USDAAPHIS Veterinary Services at 701-250-4210. 2. North Dakota Livestock No health certificate required. If at all possible, animals should be inspected by the Fair’s veterinarian prior to unloading. Animals showing evidence of infectious skin/eye/foot lesions, or other infectious diseases, will be dismissed from the Fair. A. B. C.

Sheep: All sheep must be identified with an official scrapie tag. Wethers <18 months of age are exempt from the scrapie tag requirement. Goats: All goats must be identified with an official scrapie tag. Wethers <18 months of age are exempt from the scrapie tag requirement. Goats registered with an approved association, accompanied by registration papers, with legible registration tattoos may be exempt from the scrapie tag requirement. Poultry: All poultry 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/national-poultry-improvement-plan

3. Brand inspection is required on all cattle leaving the state. “The Red River Valley 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. Additionally, it is important to protect all livestock in attendance by minimizing the risk of exposure to contagious disease. As such, animals that appear to be affected by a contagious disease or that are exhibiting any condition affecting their health or comfort, in the professional opinion of the inspecting veterinarian, will not be permitted on the fairgrounds.  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 condition), and warts, as well as systemic diseases of the respiratory or gastrointestinal system, such as pneumonia or diarrhea.  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 who are recovering from localized skin disorders will be permitted if:  There are no open sores  Hair is beginning to grow back (as determined by the on-site inspecting veterinarian). Livestock exhibitors at the Red River Valley Fair should present copies of all veterinary prescriptions for medications that have been given to market animals to the species superintendent, and any livestock medications brought to the Fair must bear a prescription label.” The Board of Directors reserves the right, without notice, to amend and/or arbitrarily determine and settle all matters in regard thereto.  All animals must be entered and shown in the name of the registered owner and cannot be entered in more than one single lot.  All animal owners 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. Exhibitors are responsible for making arrangements for 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.  Registration papers for each purebred animal must be shown if requested by the superintendent. Tattoos of beef animals will be inspected. All beef animals must have a legible tattoo or may be dismissed.  Exhibits must remain on display until released by Fair officials or any prize money and deposits become forfeited.  Advertising: The distribution of hand bills or other advertisements is strictly prohibited and no tacking or posting of advertising bills cards, etc. will be permitted on the Fairgrounds.  No Exhibitor is allowed to win more than 2 prizes in any one class. This includes classes that are divided due to number of entries.  Only animals that have been awarded first or second place in their proper class may compete for championship awards. In judging championships, the awards will be made to the animals that the judge considers the best type of their breed or class.  Animals not entered for competition or exhibition will not be allowed in exhibition barns.  The use of twine to enhance a beef animal’s appearance will be cause for immediate dismissal from the Fair and forfeiture of all premiums.  Exhibitors, their families, coaches, advisors, etc. will cooperate with the Superintendent and Fair Employees or they will be removed with no refund of entry fees and any premiums earned will be forfeited.

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SMALL ANIMALS Rabbit Superintendent: Bernadette Raguse; 701-793-9251 bmragu@gmail.com

Poultry Superintendent: Louise Tegtmeier; 701-371-2667 louise@ourfarmstead.com

Small Pet Superintendent: Clarice Geising degu23@gmail.com

Poultry Asst. Superintendent: Dawn Walden

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1-7pm Entry for all Poultry, Rabbit and Small Pet Entries and Displays

No Pullorum Testing Today

9am Rabbit/Small Pets Judging *Rabbit Showmanship *Pet Show Old Morton Building

10am Poultry Judging New Morton Building

11:00am Rooster Crowing Contest New Morton Building

12-1pm Mini Golf

3-4pm Bunny Miniature Golf Old Morton Building

2-5pm PULLORUM TESTING This is the only day for testing

15 12:00 pm 1:00 pm Bunny Miniature Golf Old Morton Building 9:15 pm Poultry, Rabbits & Small Animals Released

4-7pm Entry for all Poultry, Rabbit and Small Pet Entries and Displays 4-7pm Entry for Egg Decorating Contest

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NO DRIVING UP TO BUILDINGS ON SUNDAY FOR PICKUP!

3pm Human Crowing Contest New Morton Building

12-2pm Rubber Ducky Races New Morton Building 5pm 4-H Achievement Days Small Animals – Sheep/Swine/Goat Barn

3-4pm Bunny Miniature Golf Old Morton Building

Exhibitors – Please Note All animals will be exhibited for the full six days of the fair plus entry day.

Please pre-enter online by Friday July 6th

 Late registration by prior arrangement with superintendent ONLY.  NO REGISTRATION OR ENTRIES ACCEPTED IN BUILDINGS, THEY MUST BE ENTERED AND PAID THRU FAIR OFFICE.  PLEASE NOTE THAT THE PURPOSE OF THE FAIR IS TO PRESENT AN EXHIBITION FOR THE PUBLIC. ALL RULES ON THE NEXT PAGE WILL BE ENFORCED.  Because entries will be computerized, any changes made in department, class, lot or variety after July 2, 2018 at Fair office or on-line July 6, 2018, will be considered a late entry and double fees will apply. All fees must be paid to the Fair office before animals will be judged.

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EXHIBITOR DIVISIONS:  YS - Youth 18 years of age & under as of the date of show. May be a member of 4-H, FFA, or not. Rabbit Show is Tuesday, July 10, 2018 (exhibitors need to be present); Poultry Show is Wednesday, July 11, 2018 (exhibitors need NOT be present – except for showmanship).  AS - Adults - Exhibitors 19 years of age & over as of the date of the show. Rabbit Show is Tuesday, July 10, 2018 (exhibitors need to be present); Poultry Show is Wednesday, July 11, 2018 (exhibitors need NOT be present – except for showmanship).  Option: Youth may choose to compete with the adult; however, entries MUST be different animals from their youth entries. Please use separate entry forms if choosing this option. GENERAL RULES for all Small Animals ENTRY       

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Check the bulletin board near Morton Buildings offices for any changes in the schedules, etc. Entries are to be made on forms furnished by the Red River Valley Fair and are to be paid in full at the time entry is made to the Fair office. Entry fees for all sections, $1.00 per entry (unless otherwise specified for some contests) Make remittance to: Red River Valley Fair, 1805 Main Avenue West, West Fargo, ND 58078. Refunds: Once registered, there will be no refunds on entry fees after July 1st. All entries must be made in the name of the exhibitor and must be the bona fide property of the exhibitor. Youth exhibitors (YS) may only show two animals per class. Those showing in the youth division must pre-register to ensure availability of cages and pens. Youth exhibitors may show rabbits in either division; however no rabbit may be shown in more than one division. Rabbits exhibited by Cass County 4H members may be judged additionally for Cass County Achievement Days – separate entry forms will be available to Cass County 4H members. Those youth wishing to show in the adult/open show instead of youth must follow the same rules as the other open/adult class exhibitors. Upon arrival, all entries are subject to inspection by the Red River Valley Fair. Cage cards may be picked up from the superintendent at time of inspection. Any animal deemed ill or unacceptable for display will be removed. Late arrivals of exhibits must have prior approval of the show superintendent in order to be eligible for premium money or awards, entry fees will be double. All animals and birds that come into grounds must be entered and left for display during the Fair. There is an entry limit of 50 birds per family in the poultry section. NO ON SITE SALE OF ANIMALS ALLOWED, you will forfeit any premium dollars and may be asked not to return to future Fair if caught.

No parking will be allowed inside the fairgrounds. All parking in designated parking lots outside the Fairgrounds. Exhibitors are responsible for the care and feeding of their rabbits/pets unless other arrangements are made ahead of time with Superintendent. The Fair volunteers will assist in feeding and water of rabbits, please contact superintendent if assistance is desired for feeding and watering. The Fair will furnish cages and wood chips for rabbit and poultry exhibits. Straw is not allowed in buildings. In case of more entries than available cages, early entries will be given first chance at cages. Feed must be provided for rabbits /pets by exhibitor. The Fair will provide feeders & waters for rabbits only. Water for all entries will be provided by the Fair The Fair volunteers will feed, water, and care for poultry and pigeons, using non-medicated ration. If a special diet is desired, exhibitors must provide feed and written instructions to poultry superintendent. Water containers will be provided for chickens; however, waterfowl containers should be provided by exhibitor. If cages are not kept clean, owners will be requested to remove their animals and will forfeit any entry fees and premiums. Sick animals must be removed immediately by owners. All animals must be kept in the proper Morton Building and cannot be carried around the fairgrounds. Animals can be transported between a vehicle and the building in the most direct route possible. Any exhibitor failing to follow this rule may forfeit their premium money. Anyone carrying an objectionable animal on the grounds other than in the Morton Buildings will be asked to remove the animal from the premises.

JUDGING  All classes listed as “any other” will be judged together. If four or more of the same breed and/or color are shown, a separate class may be made for them.  In absence of competition in any department or class, judges shall award prizes only where warranted.  Animals shown in pens or pairs may not be shown as individuals and individuals may not be shown in pair or pens.  Rabbits and Poultry shown in breed classes may not be shown in market classes and vice versa.  Inferior animals or birds not true to breed will be disqualified from judging. AWARDS  Trophies and/or rosettes may be given to best of breed and best in show.  Stickers may be used in place of Ribbons.  Animals that leave before release time without prior approval by the show superintendent will forfeit premiums  Standard Premiums for Rabbit & Poultry departments (unless otherwise specified): Blue -$3.00; Red - $2.00; White - $1.00  Premium checks will be mailed within 45 days from the close of the Fair.

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SPECIAL CONTESTS

Contests Open To Exhibitors Only

All Special Contests Open To Everyone

DIVISION 2001: Special Contest DECORATED EGG CONTEST      

Class: 1.

Please Enter at Building No Entry Fee Limit 3 entries per exhibitor. Ribbons will be awarded Entries: Monday July 9, 2018 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm at the Morton Building Judging: Wednesday July 11, 2018 Anyone can enter, you do not need to own or exhibit poultry. Contestant will decorate genuine egg(s) in a pleasing display (eggs may be store bought). Prizes will be awarded for a creative, beautifully decorated egg.

Decorated Egg(s)

Class: 1.

Please Enter at Building No Entry Fee Contest Date: Thursday, July 12, 2018 at 3:00 pm in the Morton Building Prizes will be awarded in the following categories: Best imitation – Adult Best imitation – Youth Most humorous Crow Best likeness of a rooster Youngest participant Oldest participant Longest crow Loudest crow

Human Crowing Contest

SPECIAL EVENT 4: BUNNY MINIATURE GOLF    

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This Contest is Open To Exhibitors Only Please Enter at Building No Entry Fee. Contest: Thursday, July 12, 2018 at 11:00 am in Morton Building Prizes will be awarded

Rooster Crowing Contest

DIVISION 2004: Special Contest SMALL ANIMAL POSTER CONTEST    

DIVISION 2002: Special Contest HUMAN CROWING CONTEST  

DIVISION 2003: Special Contest ROOSTER CROWING CONTEST

This Contest is Open To Exhibitors Only Please Enter at Building No Entry Fee Ribbons will be awarded Exhibitors who create an informational poster will be judged on the quality and creativity of the poster. This contest is not limited to Rabbits and Poultry; others may enter. All judging of the posters, regardless of species, will be judged in the Rabbit Department.

Class: 1. 2.

3.

Small Pet Poster Rabbit Poster Poultry Poster

FAMILY FUN FOR EVERYONE!

No Entry Fee - Old Morton Building Contest: Tues., Wed., Thurs. & Sat. 3:00 - 4:00 pm Contest: Friday & Sunday from 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Prizes will be awarded.

DIVISION 5: RUBBER DUCKY RACES     

No Entry Fee One entry per exhibitor Contest: Friday, July 13, 2018 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm in Morton Building Prizes will be awarded. Open to the public. Rubber Ducky’s, straws, and other supplies will be provided to contestants.

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RABBITS: DEPARTMENT 101

DIVISION:

Rabbit Superintendent: Bernadette Raguse bmragu@gmail.com 701-793-9251         

Entry Fee: $1.00 per exhibit Receiving Date: July 8, 2018 from 1:00 - 7:00 pm July 9, 2018 from 4:00 - 7:00 pm Exhibits will be located in the Old Morton Building. Judging: July 10, 2018 at 9:00 am Showmanship: Following completion of show. Release Date: Sunday, July 15, 2018 starting at 9:15 pm If you would like us to feed animals please bring your feed and make arrangements with superintendent. Ribbons to Division/Breed Champions.

In addition to standard premiums: Grand Champion, (Youth & Adult)……………....$5.00 & Rosette Reserve Champion, (Youth & Adult)…………....$4.00 & Rosette

Youth 129. 130. 131. 132. 133. 134. 135. 136. 137. 138. 139. 140. 141. 142. 143. 144. 145. 146. 147. 148. 149. 150.

Adult 229. 230. 231. 232. 233. 234. 235. 236. 237. 238. 239. 240. 241. 242. 243. 244. 245. 246. 247. 248. 249. 250.

Six-Class Rabbits: These are rabbits that, due to their size as adults, have intermediate age class (6-8 months of age). DIVISIONS:

Class: 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06.

Youth 101. 102. 103. 104. 105. 106. 107. 108. 109. 110. 111. 112. 113. 114. 115. 116. 117. 118. 119. 120.

Senior Buck Senior Intermediate Intermediate Doe Junior Buck Junior Doe

Adult 201. 202. 203. 204. 205. 206. 207. 208. 209. 210. 211. 212. 213. 214. 215. 216. 217. 218. 219. 220.

American Beveren Californian Champagne D’Argent Checkered Giant American Chinchilla Giant Chinchilla Giant Angora Cinnamon Crème D’Argent Flemish Giant English Lop French Lop New Zealand Palomino Satin Silver Fox Any other Purebred Breed WOOL (class 07) Breed FUR (class 08)

over 8 months over 8 months 6 – 8 months 6 – 8 months under 6 months under 6 months

These rabbits are smaller as adults, and don’t have intermediate age class. Youth Adult DIVISIONS: 121. 221. American Sable 122. 222. English Angora 123. 223. French Angora 124. 224. Satin Angora 125. 225. Belgian Hare 126. 226. Britannia Petite 127. 227. Standard Chinchilla 128. 228. Dutch

Senior Buck Senior Doe Junior Buck Junior Doe

over 6 months over 6 months under 6 months under 6 months

Market Rabbits: Market class rabbits must meet breed standards. They may not be shown in any breed division listed above. Market rabbits are judged on meat quality. DIVISION: 152 (Youth) Class: 01. 02. 03. 04.

252 (Adult)

Individual small fryer: 3 - 5 lbs. and up to 10 weeks Pen of three small fryers: 3 - 5 lbs. and up to 10 weeks (Pens of three must be same breed & variety) Individual large fryer: 5-8 lbs. and under 6 months Stewer: 8 lbs. and over and older than 6 mos.

DIVISION 153: Rabbit Showmanship    

Four-Class Rabbits:

July 10-15, 2018

Class: 01. 02. 03. 04.

Dwarf Hotot English Spot Florida White Fuzzy Lop Harlequin Havana Himalayan Hotot Jersey Wooly Lilac Lionhead Holland Lop Mini Lop Netherland Dwarf Polish Rex Mini Rex Rhinelander Silver Silver Marten Tan Any other Purebred Crossbreed (Youth Show Only)

Class: 01. 02. 03. 04. 05.

No Entry Fee. 4-H dress code is not necessary. 4-H members must wear 4-H clothing (white, gray, yellow or green Shirts with 4-H emblem, dark or jean bottom) on Achievement Days only. Exhibitor age as of date of show.

Youngster (under 8 years) Junior (8-10 years) Intermediate (11-14 years) Senior (15-19 years) Adult (19 & Over)

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304. 404.

POULTRY: DEPARTMENT 102 Youth Adult 305. 405.

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Poultry Superintendent: Louise Tegtmeier, louise@ourfarmstead.com 701-371-2667 Poultry Asst. Superintendent: Dawn Walden Entry Fee: $1.00 per exhibit Receiving Date: July 8, 2018 from 1:00 - 7:00 pm July 9, 2018 from 4:00 - 7:00 pm Exhibits will be located in the Morton Building. Judging: July 11, 2018 at 10:0 0am Showmanship: July 11, 2018 at 5:00 pm Release Date: July 15, 2018 starting at 9:15 pm Young Pen: 1 cockerel, 2 pullets, under 1yr; Breeding Trio: 1 cock, 2 hens, over 1yr; Pullet: under 1yr; Cockerel: under 1yr; Hen: over 1yr; and Cock: over 1yr. LIMIT OF 50 BIRDS PER FAMILY. Market exhibits will include individuals and pens. Market exhibits include those birds judged according to meat, egg-production, or other marketing value (such as feathers for fly-tying). Except where otherwise noted, poultry pens of three should be same breed and sex birds, and as near to same size & color as possible.

The ND State Board of Animal Health is requiring all poultry that are being shown at an Exhibition be tested free of Pullorum. There are several Testing Agents in the State that can conduct these tests. The test must be done within 90 days of the exhibition and birds who have been tested must be banded with a leg band and the exhibitor must have a copy of the testing certificate. Testing will follow NPIP programs rules and regulations. Birds originating from NPIP flocks and bearing a certificate of originating from said flock will not have to be tested if the originating flock was testing within 12 months of the exhibition. Poultry 3 months of age and under are exempt from testing. Testing will be done in the Poultry Barn Sunday July 8, 2018 from 2pm – 5pm, this is at an additional charge. Ribbons to Division/Breed Champions. In addition to standard premiums:

Best of Show Poultry (Grand Overall – Youth & Adult together) Reserve Best of Show Poultry (Overall – Youth & Adult together) Grand Champion, Chicken (Youth & Adult separate) Reserve Champion, Chicken (Youth & Adult separate) Grand Champion, Production Chicken (Youth & Adult separate) Reserve Champion, Production Chicken (Youth & Adult separate) Grand Champion, “Other Than Chicken” (Youth & Adult separate) Reserve Champion “Other than Chicken” (Youth & Adult separate) (Only one of these awards can be given to any individual entry.)

$5.00 $4.00 $3.00 $2.00 $3.00 $2.00 $3.00 $2.00

Large Fowl: DIVISIONS:

Youth Adult 301. 401.

302. 402. 303. 403.

July 10-15, 2018

American: Buckeye, Chanticleer, Delaware, Dominque, Holland, Java, Jersey Giant, Lamona, New Hampshire, Plymouth Rock, Rhode Island, Wyandotte Asiatic: Brahma, Cochin, Langshan Continental: Campine, Crevecoeur, Faverolle, Hamburg, Houdan, La Fleche, Lakenvelder, Polish

306. 406.

307. 407. 308. 408.

English: Australorp, Cornish, Dorking, Orpington, Redcaps, Sussex Mediterranean: Ancona, Andalusian, Catalana, Leghorn, Minorca, Sicilian Buttercup, Spanish All Other Standard: Ameraucana, Araucana, Aseel, Cubalaya, Frizzle, Malay, Modern Game, Naked Neck, Old English Game, Phoenix, Shamo, Sultan, Sumatra, Yokohama Production Chickens, Meat Quality: Use Classes 7, 9 & 11 Production Chickens, Egg Layers: Use Classes 8, 10 & 12

Bantam: DIVISION

Youth Adult Single Comb Clean-Legged: Ancona, 309. 409. Andalusian, Australorp, Campine, Catalana, Delaware, Dorking, Holland, Japanese, Java, Jersey Giant, Lakenvelder, Lamona, Leghorn, Minorca, Naked Neck, New Hampshire, Orpington, Phoenix, Plymouth Rock, Rhode Island, Spanish, Sussex Rose Comb Clean-Legged: Antwerp 310. 410. Belgian (d’Anvers), Dominique, Hamburg, Leghorn, Redcap, Black Rosecomb, Sebright, Wyandotte 311. 411.

312. 412.

313. 413. 314. 414.

Other Combs Clean-Legged: Arcadia, Buckeye, Buttercup, Chanticleer, Cornish, Crevecoeur, Cubalaya, Houdan, La Fleche, Malay, Polish, Shamo, Sicilian, Sumatra, Yokohama Feather-Legged: Belgian Bearded d’Uccle, Cochin, Faverolle, Frizzle, Langshan, Silkie, Sultan Miscellaneous: Any other Purebred Bantam Breed not listed above Crossbreed Bantam Individual: Not eligible for Grand or Res. Use Class 13

Classes for All Div. (Except 307 & 407, 308 & 408, 314 & 414) 01. Cock 02. Hen 03. Cockerel 04. Pullet 05. Breeding Trio 06. Young Pen Classes for Div. ( 307 & 407 308 & 408, 314 & 414) 07. Purebred Market Individual 08. Purebred Egg-Producer Individual 09. Crossbred Market Individual 10. Crossbred Egg-Producer Individual 11. Market Pen of 3 12. Egg-Producer Pen of 3 13. Any other Crossbred Chicken (judged on feather quality)

Ducks: DIVISIONS

Youth Adult 315. 415. 316. 416. 317. 417. 318. 418.

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Heavy: Aylesbury, Muscovy, Pekin, Rouen, Silver Appleyard Medium: Buff, Cayuga, Crested, Swedish Light: Campbell, Magpie, Runner Bantams: Call, East India, Mallard

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319. 419.

Crossbreed: Not eligible for Grand or Reserve (Use Class 7)

Geese: DIVISIONS

Youth Adult 320. 420. 321. 421. 322. 422.

Heavy: African, Embden, Toulouse Medium: American, Buff, Pilgrim, Saddleback Pomeranian, Sebastopol Light: Canada, Chinese, Egyptian, Tufted Roman

Other Poultry DIVISIONS

Youth Adult 323. 423.

324. 424.

325. 425. 326. 327. 328. 329. 330.

426. 427. 428. 429. 430.

All Turkeys compete in one Division: Beltsville Small White, Black Slate, Bourbon Red, Bronze, Narragansett, Royal Palm, White Holland, Rio Grande Pigeons/Doves: Croppers, Doves-any color, German Toy, Modena, Pouter, Racing, Roller, Trumpeter Utility Breed: Squab (Market Value only – Use Class 7) Guineas; Pheasants; (enter at your own risk) Quail: any standard size breeds Quail: Button Any Other Poultry Not Listed in Premium Book: Grouse, Partridge, Peacock, etc.

Non-Chicken Eggs: Youth Adult DIVISIONS: 334. 434.

Class: 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12.

Duck Goose Grouse Guinea Partridge Peacock Pheasant Pigeon Quail, Standard Quall, Button Turkey Any other eggs

DIVISION 336: YOUTH POULTRY SHOWMANSHIP      

Classes for All Other Than Chicken Divisions 01. Adult Male 02. Adult Female 03. Young Male 04. Young Female 05. Adult Male Trio 06. Young Female Trio 07. Production (Market Quality)

Non-Chicken Eggs: Contact Superintendent: half-dozen eggs will be considered as complete entries.

Class: 01. 02. 03. 04. 05.

No Entry Fee. Judging on Tuesday, July 10; 5:00 PM Overall Grand and Reserve Champions will be selected from the winners in each class. 4-H dress code is not necessary for the RRV Fair show. 4-H members must wear 4-H clothing (white, gray, yellow or green Shirts with 4-H emblem, dark or jean bottom) on Achievement Days only. Exhibitor age as of date of show.

Youngster (under 8 yrs) Junior (8 - 10 yrs) Intermediate (11- 14 yrs) Senior (15 -19 yrs) Adult (age 19 & over)

Eggs        

Entry Fee: $1.00 Receiving Date: Sunday, July 8, 2018; 1:00 – 7:00 pm Monday, July 9, 2018; 1:00 – 3:00 pm Shown in Old Morton Building. Judging: Tuesday, July 10, 2018 (Exhibitor need not be present) Exhibitors are limited to one exhibit per class Eggs to be shown in an egg carton, one dozen per exhibit “Points” of eggs should be down in carton. Judging is based on cleanliness, shell quality and uniformity of color, size, and shape of eggs.

In addition to standard premiums: Over All Grand Champion:……. $3.00 Over All Reserve Champion:…..$2.00

Chicken Eggs: Youth DIVISIONS: 331. 332. 333. Class: 01. 02. 03. 04.

Adult 431. 432. 433.

Chicken Eggs – White: Chicken Eggs – Brown: Chicken Eggs – Other;

SMALL PETS: DEPARTMENT 103 Small Pet Superintendent: Clarice Geising degu23@gmail.com   

No Entry Fee Required Exhibits will be located in the Foltz Building. Awards: Ribbons will be awarded.

Animals: Youth Adult DIVISIONS 501. 601. Guinea Pigs: (Cavies) 502. 602. Gerbils: 503. 603. Hamsters: 504. 604. Pet Rabbits: 505. 605. Any Other Pets: (mouse, rat, etc.) CLASS 01. 02.

Individual Pet Female Individual Pet Male

BIRDS: Youth

Jumbo/Extra Large Large Medium Bantam

July 10-15, 2018

DIVISIONS: CLASS 01. 02.

506.

Adult 606. Caged Bird: (Canaries, Parakeets, Doves)

Single Bird Pair (Male and Female)

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RABBITS & SMALL ANIMAL ENTRY FORM

RED RIVER VALLEY FAIR Entry Form & Exhibitor Fees Due July 2, 2018 July 3 - July 6, 2018 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Enter Online @ Double the Fees Mail To: Red River Valley Fair â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Livestock 1805 Main Avenue West, West Fargo, ND 58078 Printed Name of Exhibitor Street or Box # City, State, Zip Phone Email Date of Birth Dept. #

Div. #

Class #

Email: exhibits@redrivervalleyfair.com

Cell Age Group: Kind of Animal

YS

AS

Variety (color)

Entry Fee $ $ $ $ $ $

$

This form may be photocopied! Read and Sign: I, the undersigned will not hold the Red River Valley Fair Association responsible for any accidents, damages or loss to personal property or livestock. I have read and understand, and in consideration for being permitted to exhibit at the event, agree and consent to abide by the rules of competition, including International Association of Fairs and Expos (IAFE) National Code of Show Ring Ethics as stated in the premium list of this event. I understand that photos may be taken of myself or my exhibit during the Red River Valley Fair. These photos may be used on any media and the website for promotion of the Red River Valley Fair.

Total Entry Fees

$

Adult Pass (12 & Over)

___ x $25ea. =

$

Kid Pass (11 & Under)

___ x $20ea. =

$

Total Fees

$

Weekly Passes

FOR THE PROTECTION OF YOUR HERD & THE FAIR: I understand, in the event that a breakout of a virus were to occur at the Fair, the State Vet may or could quarantine all animals on the grounds.

Exhibitor Signature:

Date:

Parent Signature: (if under 18)

Date:

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Dept. #

Div. #

Class #

Kind of Animal

Variety (color)

Entry Fee $ $ $ $ $ $

$

$ $ $ $ $ $

$ $ $

$ $ $

$

TOTAL ENTRY:

July 10-15, 2018

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RED RIVER VALLEY FAIR

POULTRY ENTRY FORM

Entry Form & Exhibitor Fees Due: July 2, 2018 July 3 - July 6, 2018 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Enter Online @ Double the Fees Mail To: Red River Valley Fair â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Livestock 1805 Main Avenue West, West Fargo, ND 58078 Printed Name of Exhibitor Street or Box # City, State, Zip Phone Email Date of Birth Dept. #

Div. #

Class #

Chicken

Email: exhibits@redrivervalleyfair.com

Cell Age Group: Duck

Other

YS

AS

Variety (color)

Entry Fee

102

$

102

$

102

$

102

$

102

$

102

$

102

$

This form may be photocopied! Read and Sign: I, the undersigned will not hold the Red River Valley Fair Association responsible for any accidents, damages or loss to personal property or livestock. I have read and understand, and in consideration for being permitted to exhibit at the event, agree and consent to abide by the rules of competition, including International Association of Fairs and Expos (IAFE) National Code of Show Ring Ethics as stated in the premium list of this event. I understand that photos may be taken of myself or my exhibit during the Red River Valley Fair. These photos may be used on any media and the website for promotion of the Red River Valley Fair.

Total Entry Fees

$

Adult Pass (12 & Over)

___ x $25ea. =

$

Kid Pass (11 & Under)

___ x $20ea. =

$

Total Fees

$

Weekly Passes

FOR THE PROTECTION OF YOUR HERD & THE FAIR: I understand, in the event that a breakout of a virus were to occur at the Fair, the State Vet may or could quarantine all animals on the grounds.

Exhibitor Signature: Parent Signature: (if under 18)

July 10-15, 2018

Date: Date:

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Dept. #

Div. #

Class #

Chicken

Duck

Other

Variety (color)

Entry Fee

102

$

102

$

102

$

102

$

102

$

102

$

102

$

102

$

102

$

102

$

102

$

102

$

102

$

102

$

102

$

102

$

102

$

102

$

102 102 102 102

$

TOTAL ENTRY:

July 10-15, 2018

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$

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DIVISION 3 – SMALL ANIMALS LIVESTOCK Sunday 8

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

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9 am – 5 pm Cattle, Dairy, Sheep, Swine & Goats can start arriving

9am Youth Show (NDJPSA) *Swine *Sheep *Goat Sheep/Swine/ Goat Barn

9 am Open Swine Show (NDJPSA) 1 hour break Sheep * Goat Sheep/Swine/ Goat Barn

10 am Jr Beef Show: (NDJPSA) *Jr. Angus Classic *Regional Jr. Red Angus * Jr. Commercial Heifer *Great Plains Jr. Hereford Heifer *Great Plains Junior Hereford Steer Schollander Arena

10 am 4-H Achievement Days Large Animals Sheep/Swine/ Goat Barn

9 am 4-H Achievement Days Large Animal Sheep/Swine/Goat Barn

9 am – 6 pm Weigh in and Health Inspection Swine 4:30 pm Horse Stall Check-In 5:15 pm Beef Weigh-In 6:30 pm Exhibitors Social in Old McDonald Hospitality Center THIS IS MANDATORY

LIVESTOCK MUST STAY ON GROUNDS ONCE CHECKED- IN UNLESS NOT RETURNING!

11 am – 3 pm 4-H Horse Clinic Horse Arena 11 am Beef Show * Open Red Angus *America Angus Assoc. * Open Hereford * Open Market Steer *Open Commercial Heifer Schollander Pavilion 5 pm Open Dairy Show Schollander Pavilion

9 am 4-H Horse Show Horse Arena 10 am Mel Kirkeide Youth Beef Show (ND Jr. Point Show) Schollander Arena Exhibitors may leave one hour after the completion of their show.

5 pm 4-H Achievement Days Small Animals Sheep/Swine/ Goat Barn

9 am Open Dairy Goat Show Livestock Barn

Exhibitors may leave one hour after the completion of their show.

*Show will follow the end of previous event

Any junior can show in the Youth / ND Point Show; however you must be a ND Point Show member to earn points. Any non-resident of ND can be a member of the ND Junior Point Show Association. 15

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11 am 4-H Achievement Day Sheep/Swine/ Goat Barn

4-H Achievement Days Auction Sheep/Swine/ Goat Barn

July 10-15, 2018

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The Red River Valley Fair reserves the final and absolute right to interpret these rules and regulations and arbitrarily settle and determine all matters, questions, and differences. Entries: Swine, Sheep, and Goats entries close on July 2, 2018. Entries postmarked after this date will be charged a double entry fee. Beef Cattle entries close on July 2, 2018. Entries postmarked after this date will be charged a double entry fee. All entry applications must be made out on the printed forms, and must be filled out correctly and completely. Incorrect or incomplete entries will be returned. Entries will be taken on a first come first served basis. Entries will be taken on-line until July 6, 2018. Barn space is limited and when the barns are full all other entries will be returned. Entries listing male or female animal and no other information are not considered complete entries and will not be accepted. Exhibitors are responsible for entering their animals in the appropriate shows. Protest: All protests must be made in writing and accompanied by a deposit of $50. Deposit will be forfeited if the protest is not sustained. Such protest must state plainly the cause of complaint or appeal and must be filed with the fair manager within 24 hours of show completion. All expenses incurred because of protest will be the responsibility of protester regardless of results. No complaint or appeal based upon the statement that the judge or judges are incompetent will be considered. Where a protest is made against competition of an animal, notice should be filed with the superintendent of the department before the class is passed upon, so that the judges may be instructed to place a reserve award, that premiums be properly distributed in the event the protest is sustained. Forage: Straw, hay and chips may be purchased on the grounds. Purchases can be made in respective barns with times posted in respective barns. Straw is not allowed in barns. Shavings are $7.00 / bags. Hay prices are posted in the barns. The space and stalls in the barns are for exhibit purposes and must not be filled with feed. Straw is not allowed in barns. The management will in no case assume or pay transportation charges on animals sent for exhibit. The management will use diligence to insure safety of exhibits after their arrival and placement, but in no case will they be responsible for any loss or damage occasioned by or arising from any animal or article on exhibition, and the exhibitors shall indemnify the Fair management against all legal or other proceedings in regard thereto. Release of Exhibits: All exhibits must remain in place until the release time given under its section in this book except livestock moving to home county fairs that are held on conflicting dates with prior approval from superintendent. Premiums: Will not be paid if exhibits are removed before stated time of release, unless authorized by the superintendent. No premiums will be paid to any exhibitor unless the full and complete requirements as to pedigree numbers, registration, etc., are complied with. Premium checks may be prorated according to number of animals shown to stay within the budget. Red River Valley Fair premiums will be paid after judges report’s and show records have been verified. In the case where special premiums, trophies or awards are offered by breed associations or others, detailed reports must be filled out by the superintendent indicating the source of the award, the winner of the award, and the distribution of the award. In the instance where a premium is figured on a percentage basis the complete breakdown and formula used must be filed with the Fair office. Judges: Judges are requested to carefully read the general rules under the head of the department in which they are to serve before they begin their duties and to especially note and mark the rules bearing on the classes judged by them. Ignorance of the rules is inexcusable. Judges must not award prizes to an unworthy animal or exhibit. It is the intention of the Fair Board that no premium or distinction of any kind shall be given an animal that is not deserving. This rule must be strictly adhered to whether there is competition or not. Where there are fewer entries in a class than the number of premiums offered, judges may, at their discretion, award a prize or prizes of such grade as the animals deserve. Judges shall report to the superintendent any exhibitor who in any way, whether in person, by agents, or assistants, interfer es during the adjudication, or shows any disrespect to them. The superintendent shall, at his/her discretion, demand a proper apology from such exhibitor, or he/she may be excluded from such competition and the Board may withhold any premiums that have been awarded him/her, and expel him/her from further competition at the Fair. The judge and the person acting as clerk to the judge must enter awards properly in the award book and ensure that registered names and numbers of all animals are given. The judges and superintendents of the departments shall sign each award book immediately after the awards have been made in the class contained therein. No appeal of the decisions of the judges will be considered by the Board except in the case of fraud. All Alleys Must Be Clean and Accessible to the Public Between 10:00 am and 10:00 pm. Failure To Do So Could Result In Premiums Withheld By the Fair and/or Suspension From Future Shows. Satisfactory evidence to the superintendent in charge will be required that the animals exhibited as breeders are not barren. No awards will be made where there is unsoundness in breeding animals, or where there is any question as to its transmissibility. Each superintendent must take charge of the books and return them promptly to the fair manager’s office as soon as each is judged. No changes will be allowed in the judge’s book unless by order of the Board. It shall be the duty of the superintendent at the close of the Fair to make such suggestions for improvements as said occur to them during the Fair. Fast Driving or Riding of any description will not be permitted within the grounds. Any violation of this rule will be severely dealt with by the Management and the guilty person removed from the grounds. Automobiles are prohibited in any section of the grounds whenever safety demands. Brand Inspection: North Dakota Century Code Chapter 36-09-23: “No person shall remove cattle, horses, or mules from this state or to within a mile of any boundary of the state for the purpose of removal unless such livestock have been inspected for marks and brands by an official brand inspector of the North Dakota Stockman’s Association and a certificate of inspection shall accompany such livestock to destination.”

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LIVESTOCK EDUCATIONAL DISPLAYS RECEIVING DATE: All exhibits will be received in the Beef Barn on Monday, July 9, 2018 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Entry Fee: $5.00 DEPARTMENTAL RULES AND INFORMATION  Livestock educational displays provide individuals and clubs/chapters an opportunity to acquaint the public with information about beef, sheep, swine, goats (dairy, market and breeding), dairy cattle, rabbits and poultry. Content for entries in miscellaneous class will pertain to areas of livestock animal science or husbandry not represented by another class.  These are to be individual or club/chapter exhibits and are not part of a Club or Chapter Clean Pen display. The Committee will display exhibits.  All entries in this division must have been produced within two years of the opening of the Fair. Entries may not have been previously exhibited in the Red River Valley Fair Educational Display Contest.  Entries limited to 1 per individual, 4-H Club or FFA Chapter per species. An individual participating in 4-H Club or FFA Chapter entry may also enter an individual exhibit.  Displays must be designed and constructed by organization members. Instructors or leaders may supervise only. Instructors or leaders must sign entry forms as agent for Clubs or Chapters.  Exhibits may consist of signs, mechanical displays or interactive boards.  Signs are not to be larger than 4'x4', with information on one side. All signs must be laminated or otherwise weather proofed as display may be shown outside for the duration of the Fair.  All combustible materials must be fire retardant. All exhibits must meet safety requirements.  Three-dimensional displays will be allowed provided they are free standing, no more than 40 lbs, weather resistant, do not exceed 4’X4’X4’ and can be safely displayed to the public. Any displays that do not meet these standards may be disqualified at the discretion of the fair management.  4-H or FFA entries may place club/chapter name along bottom of exhibit. Letters should be no taller than 3 inches. Individual entries may have name and age in the lower right hand corner. Maximum space for name and age to be 4"x6".  Judges shall insist upon high quality of products and materials used in the exhibits. PREMIUMS OFFERED PER CLASS 1ST 2ND 3RD $15.00 $10.00 $5.00 DIVISION 8: DIVISION 9: DIVISION 10:

CLASS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

SCORECARD FOR EDUCATIONAL DISPLAY Conveys Message: accomplishes purpose Attracts Attention: stopping power Holds interest: encourages study Suitable Subject: timely, personal General Appearance: simple, balanced, orderly Workmanship: neat, well-constructed Total Points

30pts 20pts 20pts 10pts 10pts 10pts 100pts

CLEAN PEN

The Clean Pen Award will recognize club/chapters and/or independent livestock exhibitors that ensure the well-being of the animals, are neat and attractive, provide information that is interesting or educational about the species, and promote FFA and 4-H programs to the public. All clubs/chapters will be entered in the contest and will be judged according to the scorecard below. Independent exhibitor groups will be judged with 4-H clubs. Pens will be inspected after 8am and before 5:00 pm, Tuesday through Saturday, and after 8am on Sunday. It is not required to have any club/chapter member present during inspection. Daily total points will be posted at the barn office. Overall winners for each species will receive an award. In the event of a tie for overall species winners, Sunday’s score will serve as a tiebreaker. The duties are the responsibility of exhibitors rather than leaders and parents. Leaders and parents may supervise and provide minimal assistance in the interest of safety from outside of pens and stalls, but exhibitors are encouraged to do duties they are capable of doing. Area of responsibility will extend to all alleys surrounding each exhibit.

SCORECARD FOR JUDGING Overall General Appearance Decorations & Educational Display Display effects (overall appearance) 10 points Educational effects, posters, etc. 10 points Club/chapter sign or banner 10 points Condition of Animals (judged twice daily) Clean & comfortable bedding 20 points Fed, watered regularly, pans removed 10 points Condition of animals 10 points Stalls and General Club Area (judged twice daily) Aisles, pens, tack area clean and unobstructed 10 points Storage of tack and equipment 10 points Courteous, friendly to public & other exhibitors; Exhibits positive attitude and teamwork 10 points Total possible points per judging: 100 points

4-H/FFA CLUBS/CHAPTERS JUNIOR INDIVIDUAL (Exhibitor age equal to or less than 13 years on January 1, 2018) FFA/ SENIOR INDIVIDUAL (Exhibitor age 14 to 18 years old on January 1, 2018)

Beef Sheep Swine Goat Dairy Cattle Rabbits Poultry Miscellaneous Livestock Information

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DEPARTMENT 104 – DAIRY CATTLE Superintendent: Lacey Kreft Office: 701-537-3119 email: lholen@hotmail.com RULES:  Entries via mail will close July 2nd (can be postmarked July 2nd) and all online entries will close on July 6th at 11:59 pm. Entries may be made after these deadlines by paying double the normal fees. Under no circumstance will entries be received after 9:00 am on Sunday, July 8th. IF FIVE PAID ENTRIES IN ONE BREED HAVE NOT BEEN RECEIVED BY THE ONLINE ENTRY DEADLINE DATE, LIVESTOCK WILL BE REQUIRED TO SHOW IN THE OTHER BREEDS CLASS.  Entry fees is $10 per head in single class; $10 per group in multiple animal classes. All exhibitors are to pay a $5 per head fee to cover the first layer of shavings that are put in your stall before you arrive. Specify stalling needs on entry form; late entries will not be guaranteed stalling space..  NO SMOKING OR EATING IN BARNS OR BARN AREAS!  SEE PARKING POLICY ON PAGE 3!  HEALTH REGULATIONS  All Dairy can start unloading at 9:00 am on Monday, July 9th.  Due to the animal disease traceability rule (9CFR Part 86) which went into effect March 11, 2013. All cattle use for exhibition or moved across state lines regardless of age or sexual status must be individually identified.  Out of state cattle: All out-of-state cattle will need a certificate of veterinary inspection and permit from the North Dakota State Board of Animal Health. To obtain, please call 701-328-2655 during business hours or 701-220-5194 after business hours.  Registered, identified, and grade animals are allowed. Registration papers must be available for review. Registrations, DHIA or other records must be used for group class entries; the honor system will be used for birth dates in single animal’s classes for grade animals if papers are not available.  Bedding inside the Cattle Barn will be shavings only. Should exhibitors need more shavings; the Red River Valley Fair will have bags available for purchase. The cattle tie-out area can have straw. Exhibitors can purchase straw through the Red River Valley Fair on check-in day. Should exhibitors need grass hay or alfalfa, please pre-order with entry form to insure delivery by Fair time.  Superintendent will stall animals in barn upon receipt of entries.  All animals shown in group or herd classes must be entered in single animal classes too. When making entries, be sure to list breed of animal. Animals must be exhibited under the officially recorded owner’s name or farm name.  There is no milk parlor available at the Red River Valley Fair. Exhibitors must bring their own milking supplies. Nonetheless, the public is watching, so be sure to use your best management practices as if the milk was being collected for food use.  THE HERDSMAN AWARD: This award is awarded to one exhibitor per species based on neatness and general appearance of the exhibit, as well as the exhibitor’s cooperation and courtesy throughout the exhibition period.

# Head 1-4 5-8 9+

PREMIUM OFFERED PER CLASS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th $45.00 $40.00 $35.00 $30.00 $50.00 $45.00 $40.0 $35.00 $30.00 $55.00 $50.00 $45.00 $40.00 $35.00

DIVISION 1: DIVISION 2: DIVISION 3: DIVISION 4: DIVISION 5: DIVISION 6: DIVISION 7:

6th $25.00 $30.00

HOLSTEINS MILKING SHORTHORNS BROWN SWISS AYRSHIRES JERSEY GUERNSEY OTHER BREEDS

CLASS: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Spring Heifer Calf – March 2018 Winter Heifer Calf – December 2017 to February 2018 Fall Heifer Calf – September 2017 to November 2017 Summer Yearling Heifer – June 2017 to August 2017 Spring Yearling Heifer – March 2017 to May 2017 Winter Yearling Heifer – December 2016 to February 2017 Fall Yearling Heifer – September 2016 to November 2017 Grand Champion Junior Female (ROSETTE) Reserve Champion Junior Female (ROSETTE) 8. Junior Best Three Heifer Group ½ cash premium 9. Unfreshened Junior 2 Year Old (June, July, August 2016 ONLY) 10. Junior 2 Year Old Cow – March 2016 to August 2016 11. Senior 2 Year Old Cow – September 2015 to February 2016 12. 3 Year Old Cow – September 2014 to August 2015 13. 4 Year Old Cow – September 2013 to August 2014 14. 5 Year Old Cow – September 2012 to August 2013 15. Aged Cow – 6 Years and Older 16. Best Udder Award (judge will declare best udder in each milking class) ½ cash premium 17. Dry Cow – 3 and 4 Year Olds (must have record) ½ cash premium 18. Dry Cow – 5 Year and Older (must have record) ½ cash premium Grand Champion Senior Female (ROSETTE) Reserve Champion Senior Female (ROSETTE) 19. Daughter/Dam ½ cash premium 20. Herd of Five (includes: 2 Jr. and 2 Sr., plus one of any age) ½ cash premium Supreme Overall Breed Champion (ROSETTE) Reserve Overall Breed Champion (ROSETTE) (consist of both Jr. & Sr. Champion & Reserves) (Judge will declare winner after all breeds have shown & milked out)

Showmanship! Tuesday, July 10, 2018 Immediately Following Show

DIVISION 8 – DAIRY SHOWMANSHIP  Age as of show date. Class: 1. Pee Wee: Ages 7 – 9 2. Junior: Ages 10 – 14 3. Senior: Ages 15 -21

SHOW DATE: Tuesday, July 10, 2018 SHOW TIME: Following the Beef Show

July 10-15, 2018

Entries postmarked by July 2, 2018. Online by July 6, 2018, entry fees are double after mail in or online due dates.

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DEPARTMENT 105 - BEEF CATTLE

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Superintendent: Lacey Kreft Office: 701-537-3119 email: lholen@hotmail.com

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On behalf of the Red River Valley Fair Association we ask that you keep your livestock areas clean and well maintained. We recommend that the majority of your cleaning is done prior to 8:00 am or after 8:00 pm. This will help us prevent the possible transmission of E. Coli to our guests. Thank you Red River Valley Fair Management

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ENTRY FEE: $10.00 per class Entries via mail will close July 2nd (can be postmarked July 2nd) and all online entries will close on July 6th at 11:59 pm. Entries may be made after these deadlines by paying double the normal fees. Under no circumstance will entries be received after 9:00 am on Sunday, July 8th. NO SMOKING OR EATING IN BARNS OR BARN AREAS! SEE PARKING POLICY ON PAGE 3! The Red River Valley Fair is a member of the North Dakota Junior Point Show Program. For information on the program log onto: www.ndjpsa.com. Health certificates from licensed veterinarians are required on all out of state animals. North Dakota Origin Cattle - Health Certificates not required. Registration papers are required on all animals. Arrival: You are welcome to arrive early to the tie-outs but please, if you are arriving before 8:00 am on the 9th of July call for availability of stalls in the barn. State health standards must be met. Refer to Livestock Section Rules for regulations & health rules. Contact your local veterinarian for regulations on bringing cattle into North Dakota. All entries that leave the show prior to its completion without superintendent approval forfeit all premium money.

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PREMIUMS OFFERED PER CLASS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th $45.00 $40.00 $35.00 $30.00 $50.00 $45.00 $40.00 $35.00 $30.00 $55.00 $50.00 $45.00 $40.00 $35.00

$25.00 $30.00

DIVISION 1: OPEN AMERICAN ANGUS ASSN SHOW Show Classification: American Angus Association guidelines will be followed and will be from June 1, 2015 to July 14, 2015. 2018 Show Classification for Aberdeen Angus

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17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

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6th

TUESDAY, JULY 10, 2018

Class: 1. 2.

16.

Early Summer Yearling Heifers calved May & June, 2017 April Junior Yearling Heifers calved April, 2017 March Junior Yearling Heifers calved March, 2017 Early Junior Heifers calved February, 2017 Early Junior Yearling Heifers calved January, 2017 Late Senior Yearling Females calved November & December, 2016 Early Senior Yearling Females calved September & October, 2016 Cow/Calf, cows three (3) years of age and younger, cows must be born on January 1, 2015 through August 31, 2015. Calf must be the cow’s most recent natural calf and be no more than 280 days of age on the day of the show Cow/Calf Class, cows four (4) years of age and older, cow must be born on December 31, 2014 or earlier. Calf must be the cow’s most recent natural calf and be no more than 280 days of age on the day of the show Junior Bull Calves calved on or after January 1, 2018 Late Senior Bull Calves calved November & December, 2017 Early Senior Bull Calves calved September & October, 2017 Late Summer Yearling Bulls calved July & August, 2017 Early Summer Yearling Bulls calved May & June, 2017 April Junior Yearling Bulls calved April, 2017 March Junior Yearling Bulls calved March, 2017 Early Junior Yearling Bulls calved January & February, 2017 Senior Yearling Bulls calved September through December, 2016 Summer Senior Yearling Bulls calved May through August, 2016 Two-year Old Bulls calved January through April, 2016 Junior Get-of-Sire: Three animals by one sire, both sexes represented, shown in classes 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 14, 15, 16, and 17. Get-of-Sire: Four animals by one sire shown in the above classes, both sexes represented. Breeders’ Six Head: The exhibitor of the breeders’ six head must be breeder and first owner, identified by the same member code for the animals exhibited. Cattle owned by other exhibitors may be included provided the exhibitor of the breeders’ six head is the breeder and first owner of the included animals(s). Animals must be exhibited in individual classes. Cattle bred and owned by a junior member(s) may be included if the exhibitor of the breeders’ six head is an individual or married couple and is the parent or legal guardian of the junior member(s).

DIVISION 2: OPEN HEREFORD SHOW  

No exhibitor is permitted to win more than 2 prizes in any 1 class. Hereford Division does not include national money. NOTE: For Summer and Fall Shows 2018.

“All Hereford entries must be registered in the American Hereford Association Record. All entries are subject to provisions and rules for showing as set forth by the Board of Directors of the American Hereford Association, and are subject to supervision of the Show – Sale Committee representing AHA.”

Junior Heifer Calves calved on or after January 1, 2018 Late Junior Heifer Calves calved November & December, 2017 Early Senior Heifer Calves calved September & October, 2017 Late Summer Yearling Heifers calved July & August, 2017

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Class: 1. Spring Heifer Calves, calved after March 1, 2018 2. Junior Heifer Calves, calved January & February, 2018 3. Winter Heifer Calves, calved November & December, 2017 4. Senior Heifer Calves calved September & October, 2017 5. Late Summer yearling Heifers calved July & August, 2017 6. Early Summer Yearling Heifers calved May & June, 2017 7. Spring Yearling Heifers, calved April, 2017 8. Spring Yearling Heifers, calved March, 2017 9. Junior Yearling Heifers calved January & February, 2017 10. Senior Yearling Heifers calved September - December, 2016 11. Two Year Old Cow/Calf, Cow born after January 1, 2016, Calf born after January 1, 2018 12. Aged Cow/Calf, Cow-no age limit, Calf born after January 1, 2018 13. Spring Bull Calves calved after March 1, 2018 14. Junior Bull Calves calved January & February, 2018 15. Winter Bull Calves, calved November & December, 2017 16. Senior Bull Calves calved September & October, 2017 17. Late Summer Yearling Bulls calved July & August, 2017 18. Early Summer Yearling Bulls calved May & June, 2017 19. Spring Yearling Bulls calved March & April, 2017 20. Junior Yearling Bulls calved January & February, 2017 21. Senior Yearling Bulls calved September - December, 2016 22. Two Year Old Bulls calved January - August, 2016 23. Get of Sire: four animals shown in above single entry classes with both sexes represented but with no more than two females and all to be the progeny of one sire. There are no ownership requirements for this class. 24. Best Six Head – owned by Exhibitor. All animals must have been shown in their respective single entry classes and they must be owned by the exhibitor or by a member of his/her immediate family. Animals must have been calved on the property of the exhibitor or a member of his /her family.

DIVISION 3: OPEN RED ANGUS SHOW No exhibitor shall be permitted to win more than two prizes in any one class. Class: 1. Heifers, Junior Calves calved on or after January, 2018 2. Heifers, Winter Calves, calved October – December 2017 3. Heifers, Senior Calves, calved August – September 2017 4. Heifers, Summer Yearlings, calved May – July 2017 5. Heifers, Late Spring Yearlings, calved April 2017 6. Heifers, Early Spring Yearlings, calved March 2017 7. Heifers, Junior Yearlings calved January – February 2017 8. Two year old Cow-Calf. Cow born after January 1, 2016 & Calf born after January 1, 2018 9. Aged Cow-Calf. No age limit on cow, calf born after January1, 2018 10. Bulls, Junior Calves, calved on or after January 1, 2018 11. Bulls, Winter Calves, calved October – December 2017 12. Bulls, Senior Calves, calved August– September 2017 13. Bulls, Summer Yearling, calved May – July, 2017 14. Bulls, Late Spring Yearlings, calved April 2017 15. Bulls, Early Spring Yearlings, calved March 2017 16. Bulls, Junior Yearlings, calved January – February 2017 17. Bulls, Senior Yearlings, calved August – December 2016 18. Bulls, 2 year old, calved January – July 2016 19. Get of Sire: Four animals shown in above single entry classes with both sexes represented need not be owned by the exhibitor. 20. Best Six Head: Owned by exhibitor. All animals must have been shown in their respective single entry classes and they must be owned by the exhibitor or by a member of his/her immediate family.

July 10-15, 2018

OPEN OTHER BREED SHOW: If five paid entries in one breed have not been received by late entry deadline, livestock will be required to show in the other breeds class. DIVISION 4: DIVISION 5: DIVISION 6: DIVISION 7: DIVISION 8: DIVISION 9; DIVISION 10: DIVISION 11: DIVISION 12: DIVISION 13:

DIVISION 14:

CHAROLAIS CHI - INFLUENCED GELBVIEH LIMOUSIN MAINE ANJOU SIMMENTAL SIMM - INFLUENCED SHORTHORN SHORTHORN PLUS OTHER BREEDS – BREEDS NOT LISTED ABOVE THAT HAVE REGISTRATION PAPERS COMMERCIAL

No, exhibitor shall be permitted to win more than two prizes in any one class. Class: 1. Spring Heifer Calves, calved after March 1, 2018 2. Junior Heifer Calves, calved January & February, 2018 3. Winter Heifer Calves, calved November & December, 2017 4. Senior Heifer Calves, calved September & October, 2017 5. Late Summer Yearling Heifers, calved July & August, 2017 6. Early Summer Yearling Heifers, calved May & June, 2017 7. Spring Yearling Heifers, Calved April, 2017 8. Spring Yearling Heifers, Calved March, 2017 9. Junior Yearling Heifers, Calved January & February, 2017 10. Sr. Yearling Heifers, Calved September - December, 2016 11. Two Year Old Cow – Calf. Cow born after January 1, 2016 & calf born after January 1, 2018 12. Aged Cow – Calf. Cow – no age limit, with calf born after January 1, 2018 13. Bred & Owned: Heifers must be bred and owned by the exhibitor (not a family name). All animals must be shown in their respective single entry classes. 14. Junior Bull Calves calved on or after January 1, 2018 15. Late Senior Bull Calves calved November & December, 2017 16. Early Senior Bull Calves calved September & October, 2017 17. Late Summer Yearling Bulls calved July & August, 2017 18. Early Summer Yearling Bulls calved May & June, 2017 19. April Junior Yearling Bulls calved April, 2017 20. March Junior Yearling Bulls calved March, 2017 21. Early Junior Yearling Bulls calved January & February, 2017 22. Sr. Yearling Bulls calved September - December, 2016 23. Summer Sr. Yearling Bulls calved May - August, 2016 24. Two-year Old Bulls calved January - April, 2016 25. Junior Get-of-Sire: Three animals by one sire, both sexes represented, shown in classes 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 14, 15, 16, and 17. 26. Get-of-Sire: Four animals by one sire shown in the above classes, both sexes represented. 27. Breeders’ Six Head: The exhibitor of the breeders’ six head must be breeder and first owner, identified by the same member code for the animals exhibited. Cattle owned by other exhibitors may be included provided the exhibitor of the breeders’ six head is the breeder and first owner of the included animals(s). Animals must be exhibited in individual classes. Cattle bred and owned by a junior member(s) may be included if the exhibitor of the breeders’ six head is an individual or married couple and is the parent or legal guardian of the junior member(s).

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DIVISION 15: OPEN MARKET SHOW A maximum of 4 classes will set-up following weigh in. OVERALL WINNERS Grand Champion Steer Reserve Grand Champion Steer Grand Champion Pen of 3 Reserve Grand Champion Pen of 3

Award & $75.00 Award & $52.50 Award & $31.50 Award & $15.75

Entry Fee: $15.00 ($10.00 entry fee plus $5.00 for Jackpot 60/40 split for Champion & Reserve Champion)    

Steers in both Halter & Pen of 3 classes must be entered by July 2, 2018. After July 2, 2018 late entry fees apply at double the entry fee. All Steers will be weighed on July 9, 2018 during check-in hours – see schedule. There will be only one measurement allowed for the steer show. Classes will be determined after all steers have been weighed for the open steer show.

Class: 1. Market Heifer 2. Individual Steer 3. Pen of 3 steers: Animals must come from the individual

lots. Animals making up pen lot must be owned by one exhibitor except when shown by Junior Show exhibitors from one family.

July 10-15, 2018

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The youth must be a member of a bonafide 4-H club, FFA Chapter or be a member of a recognized breed association. Show is open to any youth who are current, due paying members of the ND Jr. Point Show and have not turned 21 as of October 1, 2017. Youth may also enter in the Open and Junior Livestock Show. They will be required to pre-register on official entry blanks. Registration is due July 2, 2018. After July 2, 2018 entry fees will be double per head per entry. Exhibitors must furnish grain & hay at their own expense. All rules and health requirements listed also will apply to the Youth Show. Youth Showmen may have two animals per class. The animal must be registered in the youth’s name. The exhibitor must present his/her own animal in the ring unless they have two animals in the same class. In this case, the second animal MUST be shown by another youth. All alleys must be clean and accessible to the public at all times. Failure to do so could result in premiums withheld by the Fair and/or suspension from future shows. Premiums Offered: All checks for premiums will be mailed to the exhibitor within 45 days following the fair. Premiums will be withheld on exhibits removed from the fair prior to proper checkout time. Show will follow rules and guidelines set forth by the North Dakota Junior Points Show Association. All registered animals must have their registration papers or the animal must show in the commercial division. Ethical fitting and treatment of livestock will be enforced.

# Head 1-4 5-8 9+

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Class: Age as of show date. 1. Pee Wee: Ages 7 - 9 2. Junior: Ages 10 - 14 3. Senior: Ages 15-21

Class: 4. Supreme Heifer 5. Supreme Bull 6. Supreme Cow/Calf Pair

DIVISION 16 - SHOWMANSHIP

SUPREME CHAMPION DRIVE Tuesday, July 10, 2018 5:00 pm

Showmanship! Wednesday July 11, 2018 9:00 am

MEL KIRKEIDE YOUTH BEEF SHOW ND JR. POINT SHOW (points apply)

PREMIUMS OFFERED PER CLASS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th $45.00 $40.00 $35.00 $30.00 $50.00 $45.00 $40.00 $35.00 $30.00 $55.00 $50.00 $45.00 $40.00 $35.00

DIVISION 17: DIVISION 18: DIVISION 19: DIVISION 20: DIVISION 21: DIVISION 22: DIVISION 23: DIVISION 24: DIVISION 25: DIVISION 26: DIVISION 27: DIVISION 28: DIVISION 29:

6th $25.00 $30.00

ANGUS CHAROLAIS CHI - INFLUENCED GELBVIEH HERFORD LIMOUSIN MAINE RED ANGUS SHORTHORN SHORTHORN PLUS SIMMENTAL SIMM - INFLUENCED COMMERCIAL

CLASSES: 1. Heifers, Junior Calves, calved on or after January 1, 2018 2. Heifers, Winter Calves, calved October – December 2017 3. Heifers, Senior Calves, calved August – September 2017 4. Heifers, Summer Yearlings, calved May – July, 2017 5. Heifers, Spring Yearlings, calved March – April 2017 6. Heifer, Junior Yearlings, calved January – February 2017 7. Heifer, Late Senior Yearling, calved November – December, 2016 8. Cow/Calf, cows three (3) years of age and younger, cows must be born on January 1 – August 31, 2015. Calf must be the cow’s most recent natural calf and be no more than 280 days of age on the day of the show.

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Cow/Calf Class, cows four (4) years of age and older, cows must be born on December 31, 2014 or earlier. Calf must be the cows most recent natural calf and be no more than 280 days of age on the day of the show. Junior Bull Calves calved on or after January 1, 2018 Late Senior Bull Calves calved November & December, 2017 Early Senior Bull Calves calved September & October, 2017 Late Summer Yearling Bulls calved July & August, 2017 Early Summer Yearling Bulls calved May & June, 2017 April Junior Yearling Bulls calved April, 2017 March Junior Yearling Bulls calved March , 2017 Early Junior Yearling Bulls calved January & February, 2017 Senior Yearling Bulls Calved September – December, 2016 Summer Senior Yearling Bulls calved May – August, 2016 Two-year Old Bulls calved January – April, 2016 Junior Get-of-Sire: Three animals by one sire, both sexes represented, shown in classes 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 14, 15, 16 and 17. Get-of-Sire: Four animals by one sire shown in the above classes, both sexes represented. Breeders’ Six Head: The exhibitor of the breeders’ six head must be breeder and first owner, identified by the same member code for the animals exhibited. Cattle owned by other exhibitors may be included provided the exhibitor of the breeders’ six head is the breeder and first owner of the included animal(s). Animals must be exhibited in individual classes. Cattle bred and owned by a junior member(s) may be included if the exhibitor of the breeders’ six head is an individual or married couple and is the parent or legal guardian of the junior member(s).

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DIVISION 30: STEERS CLASS: 1. Market Steers (Steer weigh-in Monday July 9, 2018) 2. Market Heifers Premiums Offered: Overall Championship Breeding Heifer Overall Reserve Championship Breeding Heifer Overall Championship Market Steer Overall Reserve Championship Market Steer

$420.00 $210.00 $420.00 $210.00

DIVISION 25A: BUILD YOUR HERD (Sponsored By Jim Kirsch) This is a division to encourage exhibitors to build their herds and showcase their growing herd at the Red River Valley Fair. This is a three year class. Awards will be awarded on year three. See rules for further information. Entry Fee: None Award: $100 for Champion in each division (awarded in 2019) Division 31: Red Angus (Junior) Division 32: Angus (Junior) Division 33: Hereford (Junior) Rules:   

All entries must be entered in their respective breed association Exhibitors in Build Your Herd must be the owner of the animal entered throughout the three years. First Year – cow/calf; Second Year – yearling heifer (calf from year one), Third Year – cow/calf (cow would be calf from year one).

July 10-15, 2018

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Animals may not transfer ownership during this time. Registration papers are required on all animals in the exhibitor’s name. Animal must be entered and shown all three years for overall award.

Cow/Calf

Thursday, July 12, 2018 DIVISION 34: JUNIOR ANGUS CLASSIC ND JR. POINT SHOW (points apply) THE ANGUS SHOW HAS BEEN APPROVED AS A STATE POINT SHOW

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Exhibitors must be junior, life or regular members of the American Angus Association. Exhibitors must be at least 9 years old by January 1, of the current year and have not reached their 21st birthday by the same date. All entries that leave the show prior to its completion forfeit all premium money. Entrants agree to follow the rules and regulations sanctioned by the American Angus Association Registration papers are required on all animals in the exhibitor name. Show classification: American Angus Association guidelines will be followed and will be from June 1, 2018 to July 13, 2018.

Class: 1. Junior Heifer Calves calved after January 1, 2018 2. Late Senior Heifer Calves calved November & December, 2017 3. Early Senior Heifer Calves calved September & October, 2017 4. Late Summer Yearling Heifers calved July & August, 2017 5. Early Summer Yearling Heifers calved May & June, 2017 6. April Junior Yearling Heifers calved April, 2017 7. March Junior Yearling Heifers calved March, 2017 8. Early Junior Yearling Heifers calved February, 2017 9. Early Junior Yearling Heifers calved January, 2017 10. Late Senior Yearling Heifers calved November & December, 2016 11. Early Senior Yearling Heifers calved September & October, 2016 12. Cow/Calf, cows three (3) years of age and younger, cows must be born on January 1 - August 31, 2014. Calf must be the cow’s most recent natural calf and be no more than 280 days of age on the day of the show. 13. Cow/Calf Class, cows four (4) years of age and older, cow must be born on December 31, 2013 or earlier. Calf must be the cow’s most recent natural calf and be no more than 280 days of age on the day of the show. 14. Bulls: January & December, 2017 15. Steers: January & December, 2017

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Registered Angus Steer Rules Junior Breed Assn. Division To be eligible for premium participation by the American Angus Association for Angus Steer Classes, the following terms must be met:  A minimum of ten (10) head must be shown in the regular steer shows and terminal steer show to receive American Angus Association premium participation.  Steers must be born on or after January 1, 2017. A minimum weight of 900 pounds is required.  All entries must be registered in the sole name of the exhibitor with the American Angus Association and the date of transfer of ownership must conform to the individual show’s requirements.  Exhibitors must have the original registration certificate on each animal available for inspection at the show.  Any animal not having a legible title, or one having a tattoo which is not in agreement with the registration certificate, will be barred from competition.  The Champion and Reserve Champion Angus Steer must be blood typed, and all entries are subject to blood typing for parentage verification at the discretion of the American Angus Association.  Each exhibitor is subject to Part 3, Section IX of the Association’s rules entitled “Eligibility Conformation and Structure of Animals Presented for Exhibition.” The exhibition of cattle displaying false hair or graphite will not be allowed. Blood Typing for Parentage Verification Under the Associations Rules, Part 3, Section Xl, Rule 2, each animal for which entry application (registration) is received, may be subjected to a blood type test to verify both ACCURACY OF PARENTAGE and TRADITIONAL ANGUS BLOOD TYPE. Staff of the American Angus Association must supervise the collection of blood samples. Animals are often sampled at shows, fairs, or events where the American Angus Association contributes premiums or where Association personnel participate. Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Angus Steers will be blood typed at all such shows in which the American Angus Association pays premiums. If a recorded parent is excluded (as a parent) as a result of blood type, the owner may request, at his own expense, the Association to determine the actual parent. Failure to determine the Sire and Dam disqualifies the animal’s eligibility in the Angus Herd book and the registration certificate becomes null and void. Any animal with a non-traditional blood type is ineligible for the Angus Herd book. DIVISION 35: GREAT PLAINS JUNIOR HEREFORD HEIFER SHOW ND JR. POINT SHOW (points apply)  

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July 10-15, 2018

Class: 1. Spring Heifer Calves, calved after March 1, 2018 2. Junior Heifer Calves calved January & February, 2018 3. Winter Heifer Calves, calved November & December, 2017 4. Senior Heifer Calves calved September & October, 2017 5. Late Summer Yearling Heifers calved July & August, 2017 6. Early Summer Yearling Heifers Calved May & June, 2016 7. Spring Yearling Heifers, calved April, 2017 8. Spring Yearling Heifers, calved March, 2017 9. Junior Yearling Heifers calved January & February, 2017 10. Senior Yearling Heifers calved September – December, 2016 11. Two Year Old Cow – Calf. Cow born after January 1, 2016, with calf born after January 1, 2018 12. Aged Cow – Calf. Cow – no age limit, with calf born after January 1, 2018 13. North Star Class: Heifers purchased from the North Star Sale only. 14. State Group: Four head by at least three exhibitors. 15. Pair of Heifers: Must be owned by one exhibitor and have been shown by that exhibitor in individual classes. Cow – Calves may not be shown. 16. Bred & Owned: Heifers must be bred and owned by the exhibitor (not a family). All animals must be shown in their respective single entry classes. 17. Junior Bull Calves calved on or after January 1, 2018 18. Late Senior Bull Calves calved November & December, 2017 19. Early Senior Bull Calves calved September October, 2017 20. Late Summer Yearling Bulls calved July & August, 2017 21. Early Summer Yearling Bulls calved May & June, 2017 22. April Junior Yearling Bulls calved April, 2017 23. March Junior Yearling Bulls calved March, 2017 24. Early Junior Yearling Bulls calved January & February, 2017 25. Senior Yearling Bulls calved September – December, 2016 26. Summer Senior Yearling Bulls calved May – August, 2016 27. Two-year Old Bulls calved January – April, 2016 28. Junior Get-of-Sire: Three animals by one sire, both sexes represented, shown in classes 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 14, 15, 16 and 17. 29. Get-of-Sire: Four animals by one sire shown in the above classes, both sexes represented. 30. Breeders’ Six Head: The exhibitor of the breeders’ six head must be breeder and first owner, identified by the same member code for the animals exhibited. Cattle owned by other exhibitors may be included provided the exhibitor of the breeders’ six head is the breeder and first owner of the included animals(s). Animals must be exhibited in individual classes. Cattle bred and owned by a junior member(s) may be included if the exhibitor of the breeders’ six head is an individual or married couple and is the parent or legal guardian of the junior member(s). Special award: The Pete Frederickson Traveling Memorial Herdsman plaque will be presented to the winning herdsman at the Junior Hereford Show. We at the Red River Valley Fair Association and the Junior Hereford Associations in North Dakota & Minnesota remember Pete as the instrumental person behind starting this Hereford Heifer Classic Show. This is one of the most prestigious trophies available to the junior membership. We ask that each of you remember that this award is available and the show has been a success due the dedication of people like Pete Frederickson.

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DIVISION 36: GREAT PLAINS JUNIOR HEREFORD STEER SHOW ND JR. POINT SHOW (points apply)

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The show is open to any Commercial breeder age 7 – 21 by January 1 of the current year. Heifers must be entered in the individual exhibitor’s name. Show Classification: All Steers must have been born between January 1, and December 31, 2017

Premiums Offered: Champion Steer Reserve Champion Steer Breeder of Champion Steer Breeder of Reserve Champion Steer

$157.50 $ 78.75 $ 78.75 $ 39.38

CLASS 1. Steers will be split into classes after weighing.

DIVISION 37: REGIONAL JR. RED ANGUS SHOW ND JR. POINT SHOW (points apply) Red Angus show year runs from July 1 to June 30. Registration papers are required on all animals. Must be at the show for inspection.

Junior Show Classification: To be eligible to show in a Red Angus Junior Show, an  exhibitor must be a member of the State or National Junior Red Angus Association and must not be over 21 years of age at the time of the show. Animals entered in a Junior Heifer Show must be  registered in the name of the junior exhibitor or the immediate family of the junior exhibitor. Indiscriminate substitutions will not be permitted. Each  request for substitution will be considered on its individual merit. Approved substitutions will be made only if permitted by the show management. The same ownership requirement set forth above will apply to substitutions Entries in any Junior Heifer Show must conform to the  general regulations pertaining to entries.

July 10-15, 2018

Entries in any Junior Heifer Show are subject to all inspections applicable. Only registered Red Angus (Category IA and IB) will be eligible for the current show season. (The show season starts July 1, and concludes June 30 of the following year). The Red Angus Junior Association will be responsible for furnishing plaques or trophies for the show.

CLASS 1. Heifers, Junior Calves, calved on or after January 1, 2018 2. Heifers, Winter Calves, calved October. – December 2017 3. Heifers, Senior Calves, calved August – September 2017 4. Heifers, Summer Yearlings, calved May – July 2017 5. Heifers, Late Spring Yearlings, calved April 2017 6. Heifers, Early Spring Yearlings, calved March 2017 7. Heifers, Junior Yearlings calved January– February 2017 8. Bred & Owned Heifers must be bred & owned by exhibitor (not a family name). All animals must be shown in their respective single entry classes. 9. Two year old Cow-Calf. Cow born after January 1, 2016, calf born after January 1, 2018 10. Aged Cow-Calf. No age limit on cow, calf born after January 1, 2018 All juniors showing in the class will receive a t-shirt to wear on show day. Dues are $10.00/ junior or $20.00/family. ND JR. POINT SHOW (points apply) DIVISION DIVISION DIVISION DIVISION DIVISION DIVISION DIVISION DIVISION DIVISION DIVISION DIVISION

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CHAROLAIS CHI – INFLUENCED GELBVEIH LIMOUSIN MAINE ANJOU SIMMENTAL SIMM – INFLUENCED SHORTHORN SHORTHORN PLUS OTHER BREEDS COMMERCIAL

CLASS 1. Heifers, Junior Calves, calved on or after January 1, 2018 2. Heifers, Winter Calves, calved October – December 2017 3. Heifers, Senior Calves, calved August – September 2017 4. Heifers, Summer Yearlings, calved May – July, 2017 5. Heifers, Spring Yearlings, calved March – April 2017 6. Heifer, Junior Yearlings, calved January – February 2017 7. Heifer, Late Senior Yearling, calved November & December, 2016 8. Heifer, Early Senior Yearling, calved September – October 2016 9. Registered Bull Born in 2015. Two year old Cow-Calf. Cow born after January 1, 2016, calf born after January 1, 2018 10. Aged Cow-Calf, No age limit on cow, calf born after January 1, 2018 11. Junior Bull Calves calved on or after January 1, 2018 12. Late Senior Bull Calves calved November & December, 2017

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DEPARTMENT 106 - SWINE Superintendent: Lindsey Abentroth 701-388-2859

RULES  SEE PARKING POLICY ON PAGE 3!  Arrival - Swine may begin entering the barn on July 9, 2018 9am – 4pm. All swine must be in the barn by 6:00pm July 9, 2018.  YOU MUST BE PRESENT AT TIME OF WEIGH IN OR MAKE OTHER ARRANGEMENTS. NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE. IF YOU ARE NOT THERE, ANIMALS WILL NOT BE WEIGHED.  ENTRY FEE: $10.00 / head entry will be charged in the Swine division for the 2018 Red River Valley Fair, all entries must be postmarked by July 2, 2018 or online by July 6, 2018. Entries postmarked after July 2, 2018 or online after July 6, 2018 will be charged double entry fees.  NO SMOKING OR EATING IN BARNS OR BARN AREAS!  Pens will be assigned by superintendent.  NOTE: All Sheep/Swine/Goat exhibitors must clean stalls prior to leaving the Fairgrounds or premium checks will be forfeited. Red River Valley Fair will not supply cleaning supplies, please bring your own!  All Hogs must be clipped before arrival or they will not be weighed.  If any class is split the judge shall pick the top four (4) pigs out of each split class and bring them back to place 1-6.  Refer to health requirements under livestock rules.

# Head 1-4 5-8 9+

PREMIUMS OFFERED PER CLASS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th $21.00 $19.00 $17.00 $15.00 $25.00 $23.00 $19.00 $17.00 $15.00 $29.00 $27.00 $25.00 $23.00 $21.00

6th $13.00 $19.00

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in the Open Class Market Show, they must be exhibited by the youth exhibitor and NOT by another exhibitor. Exhibitor is the individual who is named as the registered owner on the registration paper. A showman is the person who takes the animal into the show ring. All alleys must be clean and accessible to the public at all times. Failure to do so could result in premiums withheld by the Fair and/or suspension from future shows. All registered animals must have their registration papers or the animal must show in the Commercial Division. Ethical fitting and treatment of livestock will be enforced. Premiums Offered: All checks for premiums will be mailed to the exhibitor within 45 days following the fair. Premiums will be withheld on exhibits removed from the Fair prior to proper checkout time.

Premiums Offered: Overall Championship Breeding Gilt: ............................. $210.00 Overall Reserve Championship Breeding Gilt: ............... $105.00 Overall Champion Market Hog: ...................................... $210.00 Overall Reserve Championship Market Hog .................. $105.00 DIVISION 3 – YOUTH / ND JUNIOR POINT BREEDING SHOW CLASS Registered Gilts: All breeds show together 1. December gilts farrowed December, 2017 2. January gilts farrowed January, 2018 3. February gilts farrowed February, 2018 4. March gilts farrowed March, 2018 Grade Gilts: 5. December gilts farrowed December, 2017 6. January gilts farrowed January, 2018 7. February gilts farrowed February, 2018 8. March gilts farrowed March, 2018 Gilts shown in the breeding classes may not be shown in the market classes. DIVISION 4 – POINTS SHOW MARKET SWINE

SWINE: YOUTH ND JR. POINT SHOW (points apply) Tuesday, July 10, 2018

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ENTRY FEE: $10.00 / head entry will be charged in the Swine division for the 2017 Red River Valley Fair provided entries are postmarked by July 2, 2018 or online by July 6, 2018. Entries postmarked after July 2, 2018 or online after July 6, 2018 will be charged double entry fees. The youth must be 21 years or younger on the day of the show. North Dakota Junior Point Show Rules will prevail. Youth may also enter in the Open Swine Market Show. They will be required to pre-register on open class entry blanks. Exhibitors may only receive two premiums per class. A split class is one class. Exhibitors must furnish grain and hay at their own expense. All rules and health requirements listed also will apply to the Youth Show. Youth showmen may exhibit 2 animals per class. Animals must be registered in youth’s name or immediate family farm name. Youth exhibitors must show their own animal unless they have two animals in the same class. In this case, the second animal must be shown by another youth. If animals exhibited by a Youth Exhibitor are also exhibited

July 10-15, 2018

CLASS 1. Purebred Barrow Show – (Must provide papers and may not show in the Commercial Market Barrow class 02). Classes will be broken down by breed and not weight. At least 5 entries required per class. Depending on the number of entries, classes will either be broken down by a white breed’s class and a dark breed’s class or by breed: Hampshire, Durroc, Yorkshire, and AOB (all other breeds). 2. Commercial Market Barrow Show – Classes will be broken down by weight. Depending on entries, there will be a lightweight, middleweight, and heavyweight division. 3. Market Gilt show – Classes will be broken down by weight. Depending on entries, there will be a lightweight, middleweight, and heavyweight division.

SHOWMANSHIP

DIVISION 5:

Youth - Following Tuesday’s Show

CLASS: (Age as of date of show) 1. Pee Wee Ages 9 and under (winner of the Pee Wee Class is eligible to move into the Junior Class) 2. Junior Ages 10 – 14 3. Senior Ages 15 – 21

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OPEN SWINE SHOW

DEPARTMENT 107 - SHEEP

ND JR. POINT SHOW (points apply) Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Superintendent: Lindsey Abentroth 701-388-2859 DIVISION 1: OPEN BREEDING SHOW Any gilt shown in the Breeding Show cannot be shown in the Market Show. CLASSES: Registered Gilts: All breeds show together 1. December gilts farrowed December, 2017 2. January gilts farrowed January, 2018 3. February gilts farrowed February, 2018 4. March gilts farrowed March, 2018 CLASSES: Grade Gilts: All breeds show together 5. December gilts farrowed December, 2017 6. January gilts farrowed January, 2018 7. February gilts farrowed February, 2018 8. March gilts farrowed March, 2018 DIVISION 2: OPEN MARKET SHOW  Entry Fee: $15.00 ($10.00 entry fee plus $5.00 for Jackpot 60/40 split for Supreme Champion & Reserve)  All market hogs must be born on or after December 1, 2017.  Exhibitors are limited to receiving only 2 prizes in any one class. Split classes are one class. Class: 1. Purebred Barrow Show – (Must provide papers and may not show in the commercial market barrow class). Classes will be broken down by breed and not weight. At least 5 entries required per class. Depending on the number of entries, classes will either be broken down by a white breed’s class and a dark breed’s class or by breed: Hampshire, Durroc, Yorkshire, and AOB (all other breeds). 2. Commercial Market Barrow Show – Classes will be broken down by weight. Depending on entries, there will be a lightweight, middleweight, and heavy weight division. $5.00 Jackpot fee is charged for this class, paid to champion and reserve champion 60/40 3. Market Gilt show – Classes will be broken down by weight. Depending on entries, there will be a lightweight, middleweight, and heavy weight division. $5.00 Jackpot fee is charged for this class, paid to champion and reserve champion 60/40. 4. Pen of 3: Any three market and like barrows or gilts (Purebred or Crossbred) from Classes 01, 02, or 03. Hogs entered in this class must be owned by the same family.

July 10-15, 2018

RULES  ENTRY FEE: $10.00 / head entry will be charged in the Sheep division for the 2018 Red River Valley Fair entries must be postmarked by July 2, 2018 or online by July 6, 2018. Entries postmarked or online after July 2, 2018 or online by July 6, 2018, will be charged double entry fees.  NO SMOKING OR EATING IN BARNS OR BARN AREAS!  Pens will be assigned by superintendent.  NOTE: All Sheep/Swine/Goat exhibitors must clean stalls prior to leaving the Fairgrounds or premium checks will be forfeited. Red River Valley Fair will not supply cleaning supplies, please bring your own!  Arrival - Sheep may begin entering the barn on July 9, 2018 at 9:00 am. All sheep must be in the barn by 6:00 pm July 9, 2018.  If any class is split the judge shall pick the top four (4) sheep out of each split class and bring them back to place 1-6  YOU MUST BE PRESENT AT TIME OF WEIGH IN OR MAKE OTHER ARRANGEMENTS. NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE. IF YOU ARE NOT THERE, ANIMALS WILL NOT BE WEIGHED.  An exhibitor may show only two animals in any individual class and only one group in classes for groups. Exhibitor is defined as the current registered owner.  Animals must be shown in classes specified for them. No showing up or down.  All alleys must be clean and accessible to the public at all times. Failure to do so could result in premiums withheld by the fair and/or suspension from future shows.

# Head 1-4 5-8 9+

PREMIUMS OFFERED PER CLASS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th $21.00 $19.00 $17.00 $15.00 $25.00 $23.00 $19.00 $17.00 $15.00 $29.00 $27.00 $25.00 $23.00 $21.00

6th $13.00 $19.00

SHEEP YOUTH ND JR. POINT SHOW (points apply) Tuesday July 10, 2018

RULES  ENTRY FEE: $10.00 / head entry will be charged in the Sheep division for the 2018 Red River Valley Fair provided entries are postmarked by July 2, 2018 or July 6, 2018 online. Entries postmarked after July 3, 2018 or online after July 6, 2018 will be charged double entry fees.  The youth must be 21 years or younger on the day of the show.  Youth may also enter in the Open Livestock show. They will be required to pre-register on open class entry blanks. .  North Dakota Junior Point Show Rules will Prevail  Exhibitors must furnish grain and hay at their own expenses.  All rules and health requirements listed also will apply to the Youth Show.  Youth Sheep Show – Exhibitors in the youth show are limited to a total of 8 head in the breeding classes and a maximum of 2 market lambs. The exhibitor must present his/her own animal in the ring unless they have 2 in one class. In this case, the second animal can be shown by another youth.

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All alleys must be clean and accessible to the public at all times. Failure to do so could result in premiums withheld by the fair and/or suspension from future shows. Tagging guidelines will follow ND Junior Point Show rules…All Market animals must be tagged…(all sheep, swine and goats must be tagged….Scrapie tags are required for sheep and Goats). All registered animals must have their registration papers or the animal must show in the commercial division. Ethical fitting and treatment of livestock will be enforced. Premiums Offered: All checks for premiums will be mailed to the exhibitor within 45 days following the fair. Premiums will be withheld on exhibits removed from the Fair prior to proper checkout time

Premiums Offered Overall Championship Breeding Sheep: Overall Reserve Championship Breeding Sheep: Overall Championship Market Lamb: Overall Reserve Championship Market Lamb:

$210.00 $105.00 $210.00 $105.00

DIVISION 1: WETHER TYPE  The wether/dam class will consist of non-registered and crossbred sheep. Ewes must be slick shorn.  Animals cannot be entered or shown in the registered classes  Ewes entered in the market division cannot be entered in the breeding division or vice versa.  Sheep entered in the frame sheep division (meat and wool) cannot enter in the wether/dam division. DIVISION 2: MEAT BREEDS - BLACK FACE (Hampshires, Suffolks, ect, DIVISION 3: MEAT BREEDS – WHITE FACE (Dorset, Southdown, etc.) DIVISION 4: WOOL BREEDS (Columbia, Rambouillet, ect.)

OPEN BREEDING SHEEP SHOW ND JR. POINT SHOW (points apply) Wednesday, July 11, 2018

DIVISION 7: WETHER TYPE  The wether type class will consist of non-registered and crossbred sheep. Sheep must be slick shorn in this division.  Animals cannot be entered or shown in the registered classes. (Divisions 2-4)  Sheep entered in the market division cannot be entered in the breeding division or vice versa.  Sheep entered in the frame sheep division (meat and wool) cannot enter in the wether type division. DIVISION 8: MEAT BREEDS - BLACK FACE (Hampshires, Suffolks, ect, DIVISION 9: MEAT BREEDS – WHITE FACE (Dorset, Southdown, etc.) DIVISION 10: WOOL BREEDS (Columbia, Rambouillet, ect.) CLASS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 

CLASS 1. Yearling Rams 2. Ram Lambs born after January 1, 2018 3. Yearling Ewes 4. Ewe Lambs born after January 1, 2018

CLASS 1. Market Lamb Wethers Maximum of 5 classes set up according to weight 2. Market Lamb Ewes Maximum of 5 classes set up according to weight

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 Showmanship: Age as of date of show DIVISION 6: Youth – Following Tuesday’s Show

July 10-15, 2018

Ages 7-9 Ages 10 – 14 Ages 15 – 21

*The pair of lambs (Classes 5 wand 10) may be either fall, winter or spring lambs or a combination of any of them. **A Young Flock shall consist of one yearling ram or ram lamb, two yearling ewes and two ewe lambs, all owned by the exhibitor or family.

DIVISION 11: OPEN MARKET LAMBS

DIVISION 5: MARKET LAMBS

CLASS 1. Pee Wee 2. Junior 3. Senior

Rams. 1 year and under Fall Ram Lambs, September - December, 14 2017 Winter Ram Lambs, December 15, 2017 - January, 2018 Spring Ram Lambs, February, 2018 and after Pair of Ram Lamb* Ewes, 1 year and under 2 Fall Ewe Lambs, September - December 14, 2017 Winter Ewe Lambs, December 15, 2017 - January, 2018 Spring Ewe Lambs, February, 2018 and after Pair of Ewe Lambs* Young Flock**

Entry Fee: $15.00 ($10.00 entry fee o\plus $5.00 for Jackpot 60/40 split for Supreme & Reserve Champion Lambs will be shown by weight not breed. Classes will be split by weight with a maximum of 5 groups. Premiums will be paid on split classes. One premium paid per exhibitor for pair of market lambs. Pairs must be shown by same exhibitor as in single class. Exhibitors may only receive 2 prizes in a single class – this includes classes that are split. All market lambs must be slick shorn over the entire body by weigh-in or they will not be weight. Tail Docking Rule: Market Lambs must be docked such that the tail (dock) is healed and can be lifted form the exterior. Lambs that have no dock will not be eligible. To clarify this rule, the dock must be able to lift, at a minimum, with a quarter-inch round (standard pencil) from the lamb’s free standing position.

CLASS 1. Pee Wee 2. Junior 3. Senior

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GOAT: YOUTH

No Smoking or Eating Allowed in Barns!

ND JR. POINT SHOW (points apply) Tuesday, July 10, 2018

RULES 

On behalf of the Red River Valley Fair Association we ask that you keep your livestock areas clean and well maintained. We recommend that the majority of your cleaning is done prior to 8:00 am or after 8:00 pm. This will help us prevent the possible transmission of E. Coli to our guests. Thank you Red River Valley Fair Management

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# Head 1-4 5-8 9+

ENTRY FEE: $10.00 / head entry will be charged in the Goat division for the 2018 Red River Valley Fair provided entries are postmarked by July 2, 2018 or July 6, 2018 online. Entries postmarked or online after July 6, 2018 will be charged double entry fees. NO SMOKING OR EATING IN BARNS OR BARN AREAS! NOTE: All Sheep/Swine/Goat exhibitors must clean stalls prior to leaving the Fairgrounds or premium checks will be forfeited. Red River Valley Fair will not supply cleaning supplies, please bring your own! Arrival - Goats may start coming into the barn on July 9, 2018 at 8:00 am. All goats must be in the barn by 6pm July 9, 2018. If any class is split the judge shall pick the top four (4) goats out of each split class and bring them back to place 1-6. You must be present at time of weigh in or make other arrangements. No exceptions will be made. If you are not there, animals will not be weighed. An exhibitor may show only two animals in any individual class and only one group in classes for groups. Exhibitor is defined as the current owner. Animals must be shown in classes specified for them. No showing up or down. All alleys must be clean and accessible to the public at all times. Failure to do so could result in premiums withheld by the Fair and/or suspension from future shows. PREMIUMS OFFERED PER CLASS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th $21.00 $19.00 $17.00 $15.00 $25.00 $23.00 $19.00 $17.00 $15.00 $29.00 $27.00 $25.00 $23.00 $21.00

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Superintendent: Lindsey Abentroth 701-388-2859

DEPARTMENT 108 - GOATS

RULES 

6th $13.00 $19.00

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ENTRY FEE: $10.00 / head entry will be charged in the Goat division for the 2018 Red River Valley Fair provided entries are postmarked by July 2, 2018 or July 6, 2018 online. Online entries postmarked after July 6, 2018 will be charged double entry fees. The youth must be 21 years or younger on the day of the show. Youth may also enter in the Open Livestock Show. They will be required to pre-register on open class entry blanks. . North Dakota Junior Point Show Rules will prevail. All rules and health requirements listed will also apply to the Youth Show. Youth Goat Show – Exhibitors in the youth show are limited to a maximum of 2 market goats. The exhibitor must present his/her own animal in the ring unless they have 2 in one class. In this case, the second animal can be shown by another youth. All alleys must be clean and accessible to the public at all times. Failure to do so could result in premiums withheld by the Fair and/or suspension from future shows. Tagging guidelines will follow ND Junior Point Show rules…All Market animals must be tagged…(all sheep, swine and goats must be tagged….Scrapie tags are required for sheep and Goats). All registered animals must have their registration papers or the animal must show in the commercial division. Ethical fitting and treatment of livestock will be enforced. Goats may be shown as either breeding goats or market goats but not both. Premiums Offered: All checks for premiums will be mailed to the exhibitor within 45 days following the fair. Premiums will be withheld on exhibits removed from the Fair prior to proper checkout time.

Premiums Offered: Overall Championship Breeding Goats: Overall Reserve Championship Breeding Goats: Overall Championship Market Goats: Overall Reserve Championship Market Goats:

# Head 1-4 5-8 9+

$210.00 $105.00 $210.00 $105.00

PREMIUMS OFFERED PER CLASS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th $21.00 $19.00 $17.00 $15.00 $25.00 $23.00 $19.00 $17.00 $15.00 $29.00 $27.00 $25.00 $23.00 $21.00

DIVISION 1: DIVISION 2:

6th $13.00 $19.00

PERCENTAGE DOES FULLBLOOD/PUREBRED DOES

CLASS 1. 0 to 3 months 2. 3 to 6 months 3. 6 to 9 months 4. 9 to 12 months 5. 12 to 16 months 6. 16 to 20 months 7. 20 to 24 months 8. 24 to 36 months 9. 36 months plus

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DIVISION 3:

COMMERCIAL DOES

OPEN MARKET GOAT SHOW

CLASS 1. Weight Class DIVISION 4: MARKET GOATS  Goats will be shown by weight not breed.  Divisions will be split by weight with a maximum of 20 head per group.  Exhibitors may only receive 2 prizes in a single class – this includes classes that are split. CLASS 1. Wether, any breed or crossbreed, born on or after January 1, 2018 2. Doe, any breed or crossbreed, born on or after January 1, 2018

SHOWMANSHIP

Showmanship: Age as of date of show DIVISION 5:

YOUTH- FOLLOWING TUESDAY’S SHOW

CLASS 1. Pee Wee – Ages 7-9 2. Junior – Ages 10 – 14 3. Senior - Ages 15 – 21

OPEN BREEDING GOAT SHOW

ND JR. POINT SHOW (points apply) Wednesday, July 11, 2018

DIVISION 8: MARKET GOATS (WHETHER OR DOE)  Market Goats may be any breed or cross. Market Goats will be shown by weight, not by breed. Horns on Market Goats must be tipped blunt. Goats may be shown as either a market animal or a breeding animal not both. Maximum of 3 weight groups  Entry Fee: $15.00 ($10.00 entry fee plus $5.00 for Jackpot 60/40 split for Supreme Champion & Reserve Champion). Entries postmarked after July 2, 2018 or online after July 6, 2018 will be charged double entry fees.  Exhibitors may only receive 2 prizes in a single class, this includes classes that are split. CLASS 1. Wether, any breed or crossbreed, born on or after January 1, 2018 2. Doe, any breed or crossbreed, born on or after January 1. 2018

Thank you to our LIVESTOCK Sponsors!

ND JR. POINT SHOW (points apply) Wednesday, July 11, 2018

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If there are more than 25 animals in an individual class, the class will be split into two groups according to the age of the animal. Goats shown in the Open Breeding Show cannot be shown in the market show,

DIVISION 6:

PERCENTAGE DOES

DIVISION 7:

FULLBLOOD/PUREBRED DOES

CLASS 1. 0 to 3 months 2. 3 to 6 months 3. 6 to 9 months 4. 9 to 12 months 5. 12 to 16 months 6. 16 to 20 months 7. 20 to 24 months 8. 24 to 36 months 9. 36 months plus CLASS 01. Weight Class

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JUNIOR DOE

DEPARTMENT 109 – DAIRY GOATS

Superintendent: Emily Grunewald 701-282-2200

On behalf of the Red River Valley Fair Association we ask that you keep your livestock areas clean and well maintained. We recommend that the majority of your cleaning is done prior to 8:00 am or after 8:00 pm. This will help us prevent the possible transmission of E. Coli to our guests. Thank you Red River Valley Fair Management 

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ENTRY FEES: $5.00 per entry for both rings will be charged in the Dairy Goat division for the 2018 Red River Valley Fair provided entries are postmarked by July 2, 2018 or online by July 6, 2018. Entries postmarked after July 2, 2018 or online after July 6, 2018 will be charged $10.00 per entry All entries must be ADGA registered goats Arrival – Goats may start coming into the barn on July 13, 2018 at 12:00 pm (noon). All goats must be in the barn by 6:0 pm July 13, 2018 ADGA Rules apply Show order is subject to change to make show run smoother. Junior & Senior Shows are separately sanctioned shows.

# Head 1-4 5-8 9+

PREMIUMS OFFERED PER CLASS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th $11.00 $ 9.00 $ 7.00 $ 5.00 $13.00 $11.00 $ 9.00 $ 7.00 $ 5.00 $15.00 $13.00 $11.00 $ 9.00 $ 7.00

6th $ 3.00 $ 5.00

CLASS 7. Junior Doe Kid (Under 4 mth) 3/14/2018 – 7/13/2018 8. Intermediate Doe Kid (4-8mths) 11/14/2017 – 3/13/2018 9. Senior Doe Kid (8 mths & Under 7/14/2017 – 11/13/2017 yr.) 10. Yearling Dry (1 Year & Under 2) 7/14/2016 – 7/13/2017 Junior Doe Grand Champion & Reserve Grand Champion Best Junior Doe in Show

BUCK CLASS 11. Junior Buck Kid (Under 4 mths) 3/14/2018 - 7/13/2018 12. Intermediate Buck Kid (4 mths & 11/14/2017 – 3/13/2018 Under 8mths) 13. Senior Buck Kid (8 mths & 7/14/2017 – 11/13/2017 Under 1 yr Junior Buck Champion & Reserve Champion 14. 1 Year & Under 2 After 7/13/2016 15. 2 Years & Under 3 7/14/2015 – 7/13/2016 16. 3 Years & Under 4 7/14/2014 – 7/13/2015 17. 4 Years & Under 5 7/14/2013 – 7/13/2014 18. 5 Years & older 7/13/2013 - prior Senior Buck Champion & Reserve Champion Grand Champion & Reserve Grand Champion Best Buck in Show

Thank you to our DAIRY GOAT SHOW Sponsors!

OPEN DAIRY GOAT SHOW 9:00 am on Saturday, July 14, 2018

DIVISION 1:

ADGA DAIRY GOAT SHOW Show Starts With Yearling Does In Milk

SENIOR DOE CLASS 1. Yearling Milkers 2. 2 Year Old Milkers After 7/13/2016 3. 2 Years & Under 3 7/14/20165 – 7/13//2016 4. 3 Years & Under 4 7/14/14 – 7/13/2015 5. 4 Years & Under 5 7/14/2013 – 7/13/2014 6. 5 Years & Older 7/13/2013 - prior Senior Doe Grand Champion & Reserve Grand Champion Best Senior Doe in Show Best Udder in Show

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American Dairy Goat Association SUGGESTED SHOW ENTRY FORM Exhibitor Phone Complete Address Breeds Entered If needed to make a show official, could you supply additional animals?  Yes If yes, what breeds? (No.) animals x $ per animal Total (No.) pens x $ per pen Total LATE ENTRIES: (No.) entries x $ per animal Total Amt. Enclosed

 No

Make checks payable to: Red River Valley Fair

Class No.

Breed

Sex

Tattoo: RE

LE

Name

Reg. No.

Sire

Reg. No.

Dam

Reg. No.

Birth Dat e

Tail

Days to be shown

Registered Owner Complete Address

Class No.

Breed

Sex

Tattoo: RE

LE

Name

Reg. No.

Sire

Reg. No.

Dam

Reg. No.

Birth Dat e

Tail

Days to be shown

Registered Owner Complete Address

Class No.

Breed

Sex

Tattoo: RE

LE

Name

Reg. No.

Sire

Reg. No.

Dam

Reg. No.

Birth Dat e

Tail

Days to be shown

Registered Owner Complete Address

Mail to: Red River Valley Fair | 1805 Main Avenue West | West Fargo, ND 58078

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Class No.

Breed

Sex

Tattoo: RE

LE

Name

Reg. No.

Sire

Reg. No.

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Reg. No.

Birth Dat e

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Days to be shown

Registered Owner Complete Address

Class No.

Breed

Sex

Tattoo: RE

LE

Name

Reg. No.

Sire

Reg. No.

Dam

Reg. No.

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Days to be shown

Registered Owner Complete Address

Class No.

Breed

Sex

Tattoo: RE

LE

Name

Reg. No.

Sire

Reg. No.

Dam

Reg. No.

Birth Dat e

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Days to be shown

Registered Owner Complete Address

Class No.

Breed

Sex

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LE

Name

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Sire

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Mail to: Red River Valley Fair | 1805 Main Avenue West | West Fargo, ND 58078

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RED RIVER VALLEY FAIR

BEEF CATTLE

Entry Form & Exhibitor Fees Due: July 2, 2018 July 3 - July 8, 2018 – Enter Online @ Double the Fees Mail To: Red River Valley Fair – Livestock, 1805 Main Avenue West, West Fargo, ND 58078 Print Name of Exhibitor Street or Box # City, State, Zip Phone Email Date of Birth Tuesday Open Show Division/Class #

Wednesday Breed Show Division/Class #

Email: exhibits@redrivervalleyfair.com

Cell

Thursday Junior Show Division/Class #

Sex

Description of Animal

Animal’s Name as Shown on Registration Certificate

Tattoo/Tag #

Owner’s Name

Registration Number

Date of Birth

Entry Fee

$ $

$

$

$

This form may be photocopied! Read and Sign: I, the undersigned will not hold the Red River Valley Fair Association responsible for any accidents, damages or loss to personal property or livestock. I have read and understand, and in consideration for being permitted to exhibit at the event, agree and consent to abide by the rules of competition, including International Association of Fairs and Expos (IAFE) National Code of Show Ring Ethics as stated in the premium list of this event. I understand that photos may be taken of myself or my exhibit during the Red River Valley Fair. These photos may be used on any media and the website for promotion of the Red River Valley Fair.

FOR THE PROTECTION OF YOUR HERD & THE FAIR: I understand, in the event that a breakout of a virus were to occur at the Fair, the State Vet may or could quarantine all animals on the grounds.

Stall With:__________________________________ Exhibitor Signature:

$

____ Bedding Fee x $5.00

$

____Adult (12 & Over) Pass x $25

$

____ Kid Pass (11 & Under) x $20

$

Total Fee

$

Date:

Parent Signature:(if under 18)

July 10-15, 2018

Total Entry Fees

Date:

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Tuesday Open Show Division/Class #

Wednesday Breed Show Division/Class #

Thursday Junior Show Division/Class #

Sex

Description of Animal

Animal’s Name as Shown on Registration Certificate

Tattoo/Tag #

Owner’s Name

Registration Number

Date of Birth

Entry Fee

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

Office Use Only: Amount Enclosed: ___________ Ck#: ____________ ☐ # of Animals _______ ☐ Processed July 10-15, 2018

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RED RIVER VALLEY FAIR

SWINE

Entry Form & Exhibitor Fees Due: July 2, 2018 July 3 - July 8, 2018 – Enter Online @ Double the Fees Mail To: Red River Valley Fair – Livestock, 1805 Main Avenue West, West Fargo, ND 58078 Print Name of Exhibitor Street or Box # City, State, Zip Phone Email Date of Birth Tuesday Open Show Division/Class #

Wednesday Breed Show Division/Class #

Email: exhibits@redrivervalleyfair.com

Cell

Sex

Description of Animal

Animal’s Name as Shown on Registration Certificate

Tattoo/ Tag #

Registration Number

Owner’s Name

Date of Birth

Entry Fee

$ $

$

$

$

This form may be photocopied! Read and Sign: I, the undersigned will not hold the Red River Valley Fair Association responsible for any accidents, damages or loss to personal property or livestock. I have read and understand, and in consideration for being permitted to exhibit at the event, agree and consent to abide by the rules of competition, including International Association of Fairs and Expos (IAFE) National Code of Show Ring Ethics as stated in the premium list of this event. I understand that photos may be taken of myself or my exhibit during the Red River Valley Fair. These photos may be used on any media and the website for promotion of the Red River Valley Fair.

FOR THE PROTECTION OF YOUR HERD & THE FAIR:

Total Entry Fees

$

____Adult (12 & Over) Pass x $25

$

____ Kid Pass (11 & Under) x $20

$

Total Fee

$

I understand, in the event that a breakout of a virus were to occur at the Fair, the State Vet may or could quarantine all animals on the grounds.

Stall With:__________________________________ Exhibitor Signature:

Date:

Parent Signature:(if under 18)

July 10-15, 2018

Date:

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Tuesday Open Show Division/Class #

Wednesday Breed Show Division/Class #

Sex

Description of Animal

Animal’s Name as Shown on Registration Certificate

Tattoo/ Tag #

Owner’s Name

Registration Number

Date of Birth

Entry Fee

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

Office Use Only: Amount Enclosed: ___________ Ck#: ____________ ☐ # of Animals _______ ☐ Processed July 10-15, 2018

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RED RIVER VALLEY FAIR

SHEEP

Entry Form & Exhibitor Fees Due: July 2, 2018 July 3 - July 8, 2018 – Enter Online @ Double the Fees Mail To: Red River Valley Fair – Livestock, 1805 Main Avenue West, West Fargo, ND 58078 Print Name of Exhibitor Street or Box # City, State, Zip Phone Email Date of Birth Tuesday Open Show Division/Class #

Wednesday Breed Show Division/Class #

Email: exhibits@redrivervalleyfair.com

Cell

Sex

Description of Animal

Animal’s Name as Shown on Registration Certificate

Tattoo/ Tag #

Registration Number

Owner’s Name

Date of Birth

Entry Fee

$ $

$

$

$

This form may be photocopied! Read and Sign: I, the undersigned will not hold the Red River Valley Fair Association responsible for any accidents, damages or loss to personal property or livestock. I have read and understand, and in consideration for being permitted to exhibit at the event, agree and consent to abide by the rules of competition, including International Association of Fairs and Expos (IAFE) National Code of Show Ring Ethics as stated in the premium list of this event. I understand that photos may be taken of myself or my exhibit during the Red River Valley Fair. These photos may be used on any media and the website for promotion of the Red River Valley Fair.

FOR THE PROTECTION OF YOUR HERD & THE FAIR:

Total Entry Fees

$

____Adult (12 & Over) Pass x $25

$

____ Kid Pass (11 & Under) x $20

$

Total Fee

$

I understand, in the event that a breakout of a virus were to occur at the Fair, the State Vet may or could quarantine all animals on the grounds.

Stall With:__________________________________ Exhibitor Signature:

Date:

Parent Signature:(if under 18)

July 10-15, 2018

Date:

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Tuesday Open Show Division/Class #

Wednesday Breed Show Division/Class #

Sex

Description of Animal

Animal’s Name as Shown on Registration Certificate

Tattoo/ Tag #

Owner’s Name

Registration Number

Date of Birth

Entry Fee

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

Office Use Only: Amount Enclosed: ___________ Ck#: ____________ ☐ # of Animals _______ ☐ Processed July 10-15, 2018

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RED RIVER VALLEY FAIR

MEAT GOATS

Entry Form & Exhibitor Fees Due: July 2, 2018 July 3 - July 8, 2018 – Enter Online @ Double the Fees Mail To: Red River Valley Fair – Livestock, 1805 Main Avenue West, West Fargo, ND 58078 Print Name of Exhibitor Street or Box # City, State, Zip Phone Email Date of Birth Tuesday Open Show Division/Class #

Wednesday Breed Show Division/Class #

Email: exhibits@redrivervalleyfair.com

Cell

Sex

Description of Animal

Animal’s Name as Shown on Registration Certificate

Tattoo/ Tag #

Registration Number

Owner’s Name

Date of Birth

Entry Fee

$ $

$

$

$

This form may be photocopied! Read and Sign: I, the undersigned will not hold the Red River Valley Fair Association responsible for any accidents, damages or loss to personal property or livestock. I have read and understand, and in consideration for being permitted to exhibit at the event, agree and consent to abide by the rules of competition, including International Association of Fairs and Expos (IAFE) National Code of Show Ring Ethics as stated in the premium list of this event. I understand that photos may be taken of myself or my exhibit during the Red River Valley Fair. These photos may be used on any media and the website for promotion of the Red River Valley Fair.

FOR THE PROTECTION OF YOUR HERD & THE FAIR:

Total Entry Fees

$

____Adult (12 & Over) Pass x $25

$

____ Kid Pass (11 & Under) x $20

$

Total Fee

$

I understand, in the event that a breakout of a virus were to occur at the Fair, the State Vet may or could quarantine all animals on the grounds.

Stall With:__________________________________ Exhibitor Signature:

Date:

Parent Signature:(if under 18)

July 10-15, 2018

Date:

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Tuesday Open Show Division/Class #

Wednesday Breed Show Division/Class #

Sex

Description of Animal

Animal’s Name as Shown on Registration Certificate

Tattoo/ Tag #

Owner’s Name

Registration Number

Date of Birth

Entry Fee

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

Office Use Only: Amount Enclosed: ___________ Ck#: ____________ ☐ # of Animals _______ ☐ Processed July 10-15, 2018

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Find 4-H at the Red River Valley Fair

4-H Events  

4-H Static Exhibits on Display: EXPO CENTER Open daily from 10:00 am – 9:00 pm 4-H Regional Horse Show: Tuesday, July 10, 2018 ARENA (West of Schollander) starts at 1:00 pm Wednesday, July 11, 2018 ARENA (West of Schollander) starts at 9:00 am  4-H Rube Goldberg Challenge: Thursday, July 12, 2018 Foltz Building starts at 6:00 pm  4-H Cass County Livestock Achievement Days Show (ONLY Cass County 4-H members) o Small Animal Show – Friday, July 13, 2018 - 5:00 pm – Rabbit/Small Animal Barn o Large Animal Show – Saturday, July 14, 2018 - 9:00 am – Sheep, Swine & Goat Barn o 4-H Livestock Auction – Monday, July 16, 2018 - 10:30 am – Sheep, Swine & Goat Barn  4-H Clothing & Fiber Arts Show: Sunday, July 15, 2018 - 5:00 pm – Foltz Building

Sunday is 4-H Day!

JOIN TODAY! Open to all youth ages 5 – 18! For more information contact:

Maxine Nordick, Extension Agent/4-H Youth Development Monique Stelzer, Extension Agent/4-H Youth Development Kelcey Hoffmann, Extension Agent/Agriculture & Natural Resources

Maxine.Nordick@ndsu.edu Monique.Stelzer@ndsu.edu Kelcey.Hoffmann@ndsu.edu

701-241-5700 www.ag.ndsu.edu/Cass4H

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Friday, July 13, 2018 5:00 pm in front of the PETRO SERVE USA Stage Sign up starts at 4:30 pm All games will be played on foot so please leave your pony at home! Every Child wins a Prize and itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s FREE TO PLAY! There will be 3 different games to participate in for the Rodeo.

Participants 3 - 10 years of age Guardian must be present with each child.

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LIVESTOCK

SHOWS SHEEP Tuesday, July 10th • Youth/ ND Jr. Point Show Wednesday, July 11th • Open Show

GOATS Tuesday, July 10th • Youth/ND Jr. Point Show Wednesday, July 11th • Open Goat Show Saturday, July 14th • Open Dairy Goat Show

SWINE Tuesday, July 10th • Youth/ ND Jr. Point Show Wednesday, July 11th • Open Show

BEEF Tuesday, July 10th • Open Beef Show Wednesday, July 11th • Youth/ND Jr. Point Show Thursday, July 12th • Junior Beef Show

DAIRY Tuesday, July 10th • Open Dairy Show

POULTRY Tuesday, July 10th • Poultry Show

RABBITS & SMALL PETS Tuesday, July 10th • Rabbit Show

For more information visit redrivervalleyfair.com/livestock

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