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Tulsa County Spring Livestock Show

Tulsa County Spring Livestock Show

Table of Contents Schedule of Events

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Behavioral Guidelines

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Schedule of Events February 24 & 25, 2012 Expo Square Fairgrounds – Mustang Barn Friday,February 25

Rules and Regulations

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Dairy Goats in Place Dairy Goat Show

Poultry Division

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Beef Weigh-In Beef Show

2:00 – 3:00 pm 4:00 pm

Rabbit Division

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Meat Goat Weigh-In Meat Goat Show

3:00 – 4:00 pm 5:30 pm

Sheep Division

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Swine Division

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Rabbit Check-in Rabbit Show

3:00 – 5:00 pm 4:00 p.m.

Sheep Check-In Sheep Show

4:30 – 5:30 pm 6:30 pm

Beef Division

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Dairy Cattle Division

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Meat Goat

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Dairy Goat Division

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Showmanship

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Horse

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8:00 am 10:00 am

Saturday, February 25 Swine check-in Swine Show

9:00 - 11:00 am Noon

Poultry Check-in Poultry Show

1:00 – 2:00 pm 2:00 pm

Entries due February 10, 2012 Tulsa County Fair Horse Show, March 31, 2012 -1-2-


Tulsa County Spring Livestock Show Show Ring Code of Ethics Believing it is in the best interest of all breeders of all livestock to maintain a reputation of integrity and to continue to present a wholesome and progressive image in the show ring, the following list of practices or procedures is, therefore, considered a violation of the Rules and Regulations governing this show. 1. 2.

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Misrepresenting the age of the animal for the class in which it is shown. Treating or massaging any part of the body internally or externally with an irritant, counter irritant or other substance to temporarily straighten a weak back or loin or to produce unnatural animation. Minimize the effects of crampiness by feeding or injecting drugs, depressants or applying packs or using any artificial contrivance or therapeutic treatment exempting normal exercise. Striking the animal to cause swelling. Surgery or any other procedure performed to change the natural process of growth, maturation, contour or appearance of any animal to include teeth is prohibited. Not included is removal of teats or horns, clipping and dressing of hair and trimming of hooves. Insertion of foreign material under the skin. Any attempt to change the natural color of an animal, either purebred or crossbred, by changing the color or adding false hair, fleece or skin at any point, spot or area of the animal’s body. The use of alcoholic beverages in feed or administered as a drench. Administration of a drug of any kind or description, internally or externally, prior to entering the show ring, except for treating a recognized disease or injury. For the purpose of these rules, the term legal drug shall mean any substance by which the sale, possession or use of is controlled by license under federal, state or local laws or regulations and by any substance commonly used in the medical or veterinary professions. The use of any chemical and/or compound that is not approved by the Food and Drug Administration or the Environmental Protection Agency. A positive drug test will result in disqualification, forfeiture of any premiums and/or awards and will exclude the exhibitors from future livestock competition at the Tulsa County Spring Livestock Show. All medications will be administered by a licensed veterinarian only and with the species superintendent’s approval. -3-

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Balancing the udder by any abnormal means including the use of mechanical contrivance or the injection of fluid or drugs. Setting the teats and/or occluding (sealing the ends) with a mechanical contrivance or the use of a chemical preparation. Treating or massaging the udder or its attachments with an irritant or counterirritant. The use of common products such as fly spray, ointment or liniment in excess to the point that it is irritating is included as an irritant unless required to reduce edema at the time of calving. The practice of artificial filling by internally pumping or any other device is prohibited. Criticizing or interfering with the judge, other exhibitors, breed representatives or show officials before, during or after the event may result in an individual or group being expelled, placed on probation, declared ineligible or barred from exhibiting at the event.

Any violation of the Rules and Regulations specifically designed for the individual shows or the Show Ring Code of Ethics may result in forfeiture of all premiums and awards and the disqualification, expulsion or probation of the exhibitor, organized group, or any individual, or livestock involved. Probation, disqualification, expulsion or other disciplinary action of the Management will be final. Such action will require application for readmission under such terms as the Management may prescribe before the group or individual is allowed to exhibit in future events.

Behavioral Guidelines for Extension Educators and Volunteers Working with 4-H Youth Development Programs Oklahoma families and other youth service programs trust in the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service to provide educational programs in a safe environment for participating youth. Adults who assume Educator and volunteer roles within Extension have the opportunity for a rewarding -4-


Tulsa County Spring Livestock Show

Tulsa County Spring Livestock Show

experience. The opportunity to work with youth is a privileged position of trust that should be held only by those who are willing to demonstrate behaviors that fulfill the trust. The following behavioral expectations have been established for persons serving in Educator and volunteer roles within Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service programs. 1.

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Work cooperatively with youth, family, volunteers, Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service faculty and staff, and others in a courteous, respectful manner demonstrating behaviors appropriate for a positive role model for youth. Represent the Cooperative Extension Service and the 4-H program with pride and dignity, behave appropriately, exhibit good sportsmanship, and demonstrate reasonable conflict management skills. Respect, adhere to, and enforce the rules, policies and guidelines established by the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service including all state laws related to child abuse and substance abuse. Recognize that verbal or physical abuse or committing criminal acts are grounds for termination as a volunteer or 4-H Youth Development Educator. Comply with equal opportunity and anti-discrimination laws. Make all reasonable efforts to assure that 4-H youth programs are accessible to youth without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability. Treat animals humanely and encourage 4-H youth and adults to provide appropriate and ethical animal care. Under no circumstances, allow or consume alcohol or illegal drugs at 4-H events or activities. Understand that the use of or being under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs while in the presence of 4-H members and/or at 4-H programs or activities is grounds for termination as a volunteer or 4-H Youth Development Educator. The use of tobacco in the presence of 4-H members and/or during 4H events is strongly discouraged, as the use of these products by minors is illegal. Operate machinery, vehicles and other equipment in a safe and responsible manner when working with youth and adults participating in 4-H programs. Accept responsibility to promote, conduct and support 4-H programs in order to develop an effective county, district, state and national 4H program.

Rules and Regulations 1. 2.

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All livestock and showmanship entries must be completed by the show’s on-line entry deadline. Registration papers on breeding beef and breeding sheep must be in the name of the exhibitor and be presented to the superintendent at the time of entry. Exhibits must have been owned and fed by Tulsa County 4-H or FFA members for a minimum of 60 days. Except for an emergency, exhibitors will be required to show their own animal. Examples of emergencies are: illness, significant personal or family accidents, etc. In the event of an emergency, permission must be obtained from the species superintendent and Extension personnel to allow another 4-H or FFA member to show for them. In the event the same exhibitor has two or more animals that are required to show at the same time, the owner-exhibitor can have a bonafide 4-H or FFA member show the second or more animals for them without seeking committee approval. All exhibitors must show their own animals in the showmanship contest. Animals shown in showmanship contest must be officially entered in the 2012Tulsa County Spring Livestock Show. All youth who are 4-H or FFA members may enter showmanship Livestock barns close at 12:00 midnight. Health: Should the health of an animal be questioned, visual inspection will be made by the species superintendent or a veterinarian. Any animal not passing will be removed from the barn. All animals must be checked in during the designated check-in times. All animals requiring weigh-in must be weighed-in during designated weigh-in times. Failure to weigh-in during designating time will result in the animals’ disqualification. All swine must have the original negative pseudo-rabies and Brucellosis test results form with ear tag in place as required by State Department of Agriculture. Premise ID will be required. Poultry must have the valid original pullorum test results form at entry. -6-


Tulsa County Spring Livestock Show 14. Horses must have original current negative Coggins certificate (dated within 12 months of show). 15. Exhibitors will be required to wear the official emblem of the organization they represent at the Tulsa County Junior Spring Livestock Show. 4-H members may wear official 4-H jacket, a collared shirt with a 4-H emblem, or a collared shirt with a 4-H patch or arm band Poultry and rabbit exhibitors will wear official apron when showing in 4-H or FFA jacket.. 16. All exhibitors must be a member of a certified Tulsa County 4-H Club or FFA Chapter prior to January 03, 2012 to show. Exhibitors must have their social security number on pre-entry forms to receive premium money. 17. Cages and stalls will only be provided for animals that are officially entered into the Tulsa County Junior Livestock shows. 18. Exhibitors must furnish feed. No straw is allowed for bedding except in the dairy goat division. 19. Market animals may be purebred or crossbred. If necessary, a committee will determine breed classification. 20. The Tulsa County Junior Livestock Show Committee shall have authority to settle questions which may arise concerning the show. Only the show committee is allowed in the show ring and scale area during weigh-in. 21. Decision of judge and superintendent is final .There will be no protest. 22. Failure to abide by the rules of the show shall cause forfeiture of all premiums and awards, and further participation in the Tulsa County Spring Livestock Show. 23. In no case shall the Tulsa County Junior Livestock Show Committee or Tulsa County Public Facilities Authority be responsible for any loss, damage, or disability. 24. Exhibitors in the Rabbit Division must remove their animals from the cage and place on the judging table. Should a substitute showman be necessary, in case of emergency, the substitute must be an official 4-H or FFA member. Adults are not permitted to show the junior members animals. 25. Judges for all species will receive written confirmation with RSVP one week prior to show. -7-

Tulsa County Spring Livestock Show 26. The Tulsa County Junior Livestock Show Committee reserves the right to adjust premium amounts due to availability of amount budgeted for Spring Livestock Show. 27. This is a youth and family event. Responsible conduct is expected and required at all times. Profanity or any other offensive language, abusive conduct or act by an exhibitor Extension Educator, Vo-Ag Instructor, parent, or 4-H leader will be considered a violation of the Show Ring Code of Ethics and will be subject to the penalties outlined in the Show Ring Code of Ethics. Abusive conduct is defined as, but not limited to; aggressively touching, verbally or physically threatening show officials and/or throwing objects in the presence of show officials.

Division 100: Poultry Superintendent: TINA RUSSELL Entries due February 10, 2012

Check-in: Saturday, February 25, 1-2 pm Showtime: Saturday, February 25, 2 pm 1st – 5th Place Ribbons as determined within each class. Champion, Reserve Champion, 3rd, 4th & 5th place in each major class (i.e. American, Asiatic, etc.) will receive premiums, not in each breed. Premiums: $12 $11 $10 $9 $8

Poultry Division Rules 1. 2. 3.

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Entries will be in one of the following categories: Large Fowl Bantams Sub classes in each breed will be: Cock (C) – A male 12 months or older Hen (H) – A female 12 months or older Cockerel (K) – A male under 12 months Pullet (P) – A female under 12 months All varieties will be judged according to the latest edition of the American Standard of Perfection, copyrighted by the American Poultry Association, Inc. Due allowance will be made for lack of plumage because of season. All poultry will be physically inspected for disease and parasites by the superintendent at check-in. All ill or infested birds will be disqualified. Papers for a negative pullorum test must be presented at time of pre-entry and the original must be presented at checkin. Entries not accompanied by pullorum papers will not be entered. All birds must be tested before they come on the grounds. There will not be a tester at the show. All state issued pullorum papers expire within 90 days, unless issued an NPIP 1 year clean flock certificate. All birds must be identified by a numbered leg band. Band numbers must be listed on the registration form. Birds that have no listed band numbers will not be registered. Exhibitors are required to enter correct leg band numbers, proper color, sex and age of bird on entry form. Exhibitors must have owned and cared for their birds at least 60 days prior to the Tulsa County Spring Livestock Show. Exhibitors must be present during the show unless showing other livestock with prior authorization from the show superintendent. Non-compliant exhibitors will be disqualified. -9-

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Exhibitors must cage and care for their own birds. Birds not caged by or cared for by their owners will be disqualified, unless cleared by superintendent. There must be at least three birds to constitute a class. Otherwise, they will be shown in the “All Other” class. The show superintendent may combine classes at their discretion. Birds that are not pre-entered by the due date will not be admitted under any circumstances.

Section 130 Section 330 - Large Fowl Class #1

American Breeds…Plymouth, Rocks, Dominiques, Wyandottes, Javas, Rhode Island Reds, Rhode Island Whites, Hampshires, Hollands, Delawares

Class #2

Asiatic Breeds…Brahmas, Cochins, Langshans)

Class #3

English Breeds…Dorking, Red Caps, Cornish, Orpingtons, Sussex, Australops

Class #4

Mediterranean Breeds…Leghorns, Minorcas, Spanish, Andalusians, Anconas, Sicilla, Buttercups, Catalans

Class #5

Continental Breeds…Hamburgs, Campines, Lakenvelders, Polish Bearded and Non-Bearded, Houdans, Crevecoeurs, LaFleche

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Tulsa County Spring Livestock Show Class #6

Class #7

All Other Large Fowl Breeds…Modern Old English, Malays, Sumatras, Aseels, Shamos, Yokohamas, Phoenix, Cubalayas, Sultans, Frizzies, Naked Necks, Araucanas, Ameracauanas

Tulsa County Spring Livestock Show Rhode Island White, Rumpless, Spanish, Sussex, Thruinger Bearded, Weisummer Class #11

Rose Comb Clean Leg Breed…Ancona, Appenzeller Bearded, Belgian Bearded d’Anvers, Dominique, Dorking, Grizzle, Hamburg, Leghorn, Minorca, Nankin, Redcap, Rhode Island Red, Rhode Island White, Rosecomb, Sebright, Watermaal, Wyandotte

Class #12

All Other Combed Clean Legged Breeds…Appenzeller, Spitzhauben, Araucana, Aseel, Brabanter, Buckeye, Buttercup, Chantecler, Malay, Orloff, Polish Shamo, Sumatra, Yokohama

Class #13

Feather Leg Breeds…Belgian, Bearded d’Iccle, Booted, Brahma, Breda, Cochin, Faverolle, Frizzle, Langshan, Silkie, Sultan

Class #14

All Other Breeds class

Turkey

Grand Champion Large Fowl Reserve Grand Champion Large Fowl

Award Award

Section 131: Bantam Fowl Class #8

Class #9

Class #10

Modern Game: Breed…Barred, Birchen, Black, Black Breasted Red, Blue, Blue Red, Crele, Cuckoo, Ginger Red, Golden Duckwing, Lemon Blue, Silver Duckwing, Wheaten and White Old English Game Breed…Barred, Birchen, Black, Black Breasted Red, Black Tailed Buff, Black Tailed Red, Black Tailed White, Blue, Blue Golden Duckwing, Blue Silver Wheaten, Blue Wheaten, Brown Red, Buff, Crele, Cuckoo, Ginger Red, Golden Duckwing, Lemon Blue, Red Pyle, Self Blue, Silver Blue, Silver Duckwing, Silver Wheaten, Spangled, Splash Wheaten, Brassy Back Wheaten, Columbian and White Single Comb Clean Leg Breed…Alsteirer, Ancona, Andalusian, Australop, Barnesvelder, Brakel, Campione, Creeper, Dorking, Delaware, Dutch, Dutch Bearded, Fayoumi, Frisian, Frissie, Japanese, Java, Jersey Giant, Junglefowl, Lakenvelder, Lamona, Leghorn, Minorca, Naked Neck, Nankin, New Hampshire, Orpington, Phoenix, Plymouth Rock, Pyncheaon, Rhode Island Red, -11-

Grand Champion Bantam Fowl Reserve Champion Bantam Fowl Best of Show Reserve Best of Show

Rosette & Award Rosette & Award Award & Rosette Award & Rosette

Section 135 – Poultry Showmanship Class 1: Junior Showmanship (ages 9-12 as of show date) Class 2: Intermediate Showmanship (ages 13-15 as of show date) Class 3: Senior Showmanship (ages 16-18 as of show date) Premium and Awards given for showmanship classes Champion Showman Ribbon & Award Reserve Champion Showman Ribbon & Award -12-


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Tulsa County Spring Livestock Show

Division 200: Rabbit Division Superintendent – Deb Morrison Entries due February 10, 2012 Check-in: Friday, February 24, 2012, 3pm- 5 pm Showtime: Friday, February 24, 2012, 5:30 pm 1st – 5th Place – Ribbons Premiums $12 $11 $ 10 $9 $8 Best of Breed Best Opposite of Breed

Award Award

Best of Show 1st Reserve 2nd Reserve

Award Award Award

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Junior Showmanship Intermediate Showmanship Senior Showmanship

Premium & award Premium & award Premium & award

Rabbit Division Rules 1. 2.

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Obey General Rules pages 3-8 Tulsa Fair Livestock Show book. All rabbits must be pre-entered by February 12, 2012. Forms are available on-line or online entries can be done at the Tulsa County 4H office. All rabbits must arrive Friday, February 24 between 3 pm and 5 pm and remain until released at the conclusion of the show. No crossbred rabbits may be shown. Show order and individual Breed classes will be determined by Show Superintendent and posted at the show table. A.) All animals must be identified by a permanent legible tattoo in the left ear. Legibility to be determined by judge. B.) All rabbits confined more than one to a cage will be removed from the premises if the Rabbit Superintendent(s) deems one of the rabbits infected with -13-

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a contagious disease. Contagious diseases of rabbits include, but not limited to, Pasteruella (snuffles), Coccidiosis, Scurvy, Mange, Fleas, Mites, and Lice. Rabbits with non-infectious diseases such as: ear cancers, slobbers, (often coming from stress), pot belly, abscesses, hernias, split penis, blindness, malocclusion, or sore hocks are considered to be unhealthy and will be disqualified, but will not be required to leave the premises. All rabbits must pass a health inspection by the superintendent at check-in, although no health papers or registration certificate will be needed. Best of breed winners in each major breed will compete for Best of Show, 1st Reserve and 2nd Reserve. Rosettes to be awarded. Exhibitors must be in the area of the show during the show unless showing other livestock and cleared by Show Superintendent or they will be disqualified. Exhibitors must take care of their own rabbits while at the show. Exhibitors must have owned and cared for their rabbit for at least 60 days prior to the show. There must be at least three rabbits and two owners in the breed to constitute a class. Otherwise, they will be shown as All Other Breeds (AOB). All other information must be filled out completely on entry form unless rabbit needs to be tattooed at check-in. Rabbits not entered by pre-entry due date will NOT be admitted under any circumstances. Meat pen will consist of three (3) rabbits, all of the same type and variety and under ten (10) weeks of age. Judging will be based on meat type, condition, uniformity and fur. Rabbit exhibitors will be required to wear the official jacket (4-H or FFA) of their organization or 4-H exhibitors can wear an official 4-H apron.

Section: 200 Class Class Class Class Class Class Class

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Tulsa County Spring Livestock Show Class Class Class Class Class Class Class

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Mini Lop Mini Rex Netherlands Dwarf New Zealand All Other Breeds (AOB) Meat Pen

Division 600: Sheep Entries due February 10, 2012

Rabbits will be designated on entry form as “Buck” or “Doe”. Please be sure to include the age class of each rabbit entry. Under 6 Months – Junior. 6 to 8 months – Intermediate. Over 8 months – Senior. Please include variety or color of each rabbit entry

Section 230 – Rabbit Showmanship Class # 1 Junior Rabbit Showmanship (age 9-12 yrs as of show date) Class #2: Intermediate Rabbit Showmanship (ages 13-15 yrs as of show date) Class #3: Senior Rabbit Showmanship (ages 16-18 yrs as of show date)

Awards and Premiums will be presented to all classes. Champion Showman Reserve Champion Showman

Tulsa County Spring Livestock Show

Ribbon & Award Ribbon & Award

Weigh-in: Friday, February 24, 10`1, 4:30 - 5:30 pm Show time: Friday, February 24, 2012 6:30 pm Superintendent: Curtis Carter All animals requiring weigh-in must be weighed-in during designated weigh-in times. Failure to weigh-in during designated time will result in the animals’ disqualification. 1st – 5th Place Ribbon Premiums: $25 $20 $15 $10 $5 Breeding Breed Champion Ewe Res. Breed Champion Ewe Grand Champion Ewe Res. Grand Champion Ewe Market Breed Champion Res. Breed Champion Grand Champion Res. Grand Champion

Ribbon Ribbon Rosette & Award Rosette & Award Ribbon Ribbon Rosette & Award Rosette & Award

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Tulsa County Spring Livestock Show Breeding Ewe Rules 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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Ewes must be owned and fed by exhibitor for 60 days. Registered ewes will be shown by age. Commercial ewes will be shown by weight. -All lambs must be free of contagious diseases or they will not be allowed to show and must be removed from grounds. Ewes may be shown as market or breeding, but not both. Age: Ewe lambs must have all 8 temporary incisors with no visible signs of permanent incisors. Yearling ewes must have 6 temporary incisors and 1 pair of permanent incisors. Must have three or more animals of a breed, owned by two or more exhibitors to make a class. If not, they will be shown as AOB. AOB class will show regardless of number. Registration papers required for Bred and Owned class. Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section

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Dorset ewe lambs Dorset yearling ewes Hampshire ewe lambs Hampshire yearling ewe Suffolk ewe lamb Suffolk yearling ewe Shropshire ewe lamb Shropshire yearling ewe Commercial ewe lamb Commercial yearling ewe AOB ewe lamb AOB yearling ewe Bred and Owned ewe

Tulsa County Spring Livestock Show 4. No maximum weight. Minimum weight of 75 pounds. 5. To have a breed, must have three or more animals and two or more exhibitors. If not, animals will be shown in crossbred class. 6. The Sheep Division Superintendent will weigh and divide classes. 7. Market lambs will be shown slick shorn. 8. Lambs must be determined by the Sheep Division Superintendent to be free of contagious disease or they will not be allowed to show and must be removed from fairgrounds. Section 622 Speckle face-Market lamb Section 623: Dorset – Market Lamb Section 624: Hampshire – Market Lamb Section 625: Suffolk – Market Lamb Section 626: Shropshire – Market Lamb Section 627: Southdown – Market Lamb Section 628: Natural Colored – Market Lamb Section 629: Crossbred – Market Lamb Section 630: Sheep Showmanship

Section 630: Sheep Showmanship Class 1 Junior Showmanship (ages 9-12 yrs as of show date) Class 2 Intermediate Showmanship (ages 13-15 yrs as of show date) Class 3 Senior Showmanship (ages 16-18 yrs as of show date) Premium and award given for showmanship classes Champion Showman Ribbon & Award Reserve Champion Showman Ribbon & Award Ribbons and awards will be presented to all classes.

Market Lamb Rules 1. Must have been owned and fed by exhibitor for 60 days. 2. Ewes may be shown as market or breeding, but not both. 3. All market lambs will show by breed. Classification will be done at weigh-in. -17-

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Division 700: Swine

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Superintendent: Entries due February 10, 2012

Weigh-in: Saturday, February 25, 2012, 9:0011:00am Showtime: Saturday, February 25, 2012, Noon

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All animals requiring weigh-in must be weighed-in during designated weigh-in times. Failure to weigh-in during designated time will result in the animals’ disqualification. 1st – 5th Place Ribbons Premiums: $25 $20 $15 $10 $5 Breeding Gilts

Junior Breeding Gilts Rules and Regulations 1.

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Section 710: Bred & Owned

Market Swine

Breed Champion Ribbon…………………………………Breed Champion – Ribbon Res. Breed Champion – Rosette…………… Res. Breed Champion – Rosette Grand Champion – award Res. Grand Champion – award

Registration papers will be checked February 25, 2012 between 9–10 am at the scales. Commercial gilts (gilts with no papers) will be weighed at this time and must weigh a minimum of 180 pounds. There will be no maximum weight. All entries shall be registered and recorded in the name of the exhibitor (exception commercial gilts). All gilts to be ear notched and healed. All entries to be owned, cared for, and fed by exhibitor 60 days prior to show.

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All swine must have pseudo-rabies and Brucellosis tag and original papers as required by State Department of Agriculture. Pseudo-rabies and Brucellosis tests should be administered by a licensed veterinarian after Jan. 1, 2012 for this show season. Premise IDs will be required. Gilts must be born after Jan.31, 2011 Commercial gilts will be shown by weight. Farrow Dates Section 701: Berkshire Class1-Sept 16-30 Section 702: Chester Section 703: Duroc Class 2 – Sept. 1-15 Section 704: Hampshire Section 705: Poland Class 3 – Aug. 16-31 Section 706: Spots Section 707: Yorkshire Class 4 – Aug. 1-15 Section 708: Commercial Section 709: AOB

Market Swine Rules 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

All swine to have pseudorabies Brucellosis tag and original papers as required by State Department of Agriculture. Premise IDs will be required. All swine must be fed, owned and cared for by exhibitor for 60 days prior to show. Three (3) animals of a breed and two or more owners are required to constitute a breed; otherwise, they will be shown in the crossbred class. The Swine Division Superintendent will be responsible for determining class size, swine weigh-in and classification. All market swine must weigh a minimum of 180 pounds. Pigs will be weighed one time to determine official weight and pig not weighing at least 180 pounds will not be allowed to show. There will be no maximum weight. -20-


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Gilts may be shown in market class, or in breeding class, but not both. Commercial gilts (without papers) will weigh a minimum of 180 pounds. All market swine will show by breed Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section

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Berkshire Chester White Duroc Hampshire Poland Spots Yorkshire Crossbred

Section: 730 Swine Showmanship Class 1: Junior Showmanship (ages 9-12 yrs as of show date) Class 2: Intermediate Showmanship (ages 13-15 yrs as of show date) Class 3: Senior Showmanship (ages 16-18 yrs as of show date) Premium and chair given for each showmanship class: Champion Showman Ribbon & Award Reserve Champion Showman Ribbon & Award

Division 800: Beef Superintendent – MAX STOTZ Entries due February 10, 2012 Weigh-in: Friday, February 24, 2012, 2-3pm Showtime: Friday, February 24, 2012, 4 pm 1st – 5th Place Ribbons Premium $25 $20 $15 $10 $5 All animals requiring weigh-in must be weighed-in during designated weigh-in times. Failure to weigh-in during designated time will result in the animals’ disqualification. All registered females must have a legible tattoo matching registration papers to be eligible to show. This will be enforced. If not in compliance females will not be shown or will be shown as a commercial female.

Heifers Registered Heifers Breed Champion Reserve Breed Champion overall Grand Champion overall Reserve Grand Champion

Ribbon Ribbon Rosette & Award Rosette & Award

Prospect Steer

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Tulsa County Spring Livestock Show Market Steer Grand Champion Res. Grand Champion

Tulsa County Spring Livestock Show Sectiion802: Section 803: Section 804: Section 805: Section 806: Section 807: Section 808: Section 809: Section 810: Section 811: Section 812:

Ribbon& award Ribbon& award

Bred and Owned 1. Bred and owned must be registered in exhibitors name and papers must show exhibitor owned the dam when she was bred. Grand Champion Res. Grand Champion

Ribbon& award Ribbon& award

Show Order     

Registered heifers Commercial heifers Prospect steers Market steers Showmanship

Class Class Class Class Class Class

#1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6

Registered Heifer Rules 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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Read and obey all General Rules and Regulations found on pages 3 - 8 of 2012 Tulsa Spring Livestock Show book. Present registration papers at time of entry Tattoos must be in the ear of the heifer and will be checked by Beef superintendent or his/her representative at check-in. Two animals of a breed and two or more owners are required to constitute a breed; otherwise they will show in the All Other Breed (AOB) class. Registered heifers must be registered in owners’ name 60 days prior to show. Commercial heifers need a signed affidavit by breeder declaring heifers’ age. All heifers need to be owned, fed and cared for by exhibitor 60 days prior to show. Fitting will be allowed at the spring show. This is not mandatory but is optional.

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Angus

Charolais Chianina Hereford Limousin Maine-Anjou Shorthorn Simmental Bred & Owned (one class only) Commercial Heifer (see rules) AOB

Born Mar 1, 2011 and after Born January 1, 2011-February 28, 2011 Born September1, 2010– December 31, 2010 Born June 1, 2010 – August 31, 2010 Born March 1, 2010 – May 31, 2010 Born January 1, 2010 – February 28, 2010

Commercial Heifer Rules 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Read and obey all General Rules and Regulations found on pages 3- 8 of 2012 Tulsa Spring Livestock Show book. Commercial heifer classes will be broken by weight. There is no weight limit and no papers required Heifers must possess all their baby teeth with no signs of permanent teeth. Heifers can be shown as Registered or Commercial Heifers but NOT both.

Steer Rules 1. 2. 3.

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A breed will divided into two (2) classes if there are 8 to 16 animals and three (3) classes if there are 17 or more animals. -Beef Division Superintendent will weigh, check teeth, (teeth rule: prospects – temporary incisors only / market – two center permanent incisors may be in, but must be below cutting edge of adjacent temporary incisors) and divide into classes. Prospect and Market steers will be divided into two classes - English or Exotic. Any steer having English blood will be classified as English. English – Exotic or Exotic-Exotic cross will be classified as Exotic.

Prospect Steers – Weigh 999 and under Section 820: Section 821:

English / Prospect (999 pounds and under) Exotic / Prospect (999 pounds and under)

Market Steers – Weight 1000 and UP Section 822: Section 823:

English / Market Steer (1000 pounds and up) Exotic / Market Steer (1000 pounds and up) -27-

Section 830: Beef Showmanship Class 1: Class 2: Class 3:

Junior (ages 9-12 yrs as of show date) Intermediate (ages 13-15 yrs as of show date) Senior (ages 16-18 yrs as of show date)

Premium and Awards given for showmanship classes Champion Showman Ribbon & Award Reserve Champion Showman Ribbon & Award

Entries due Feb.10, 2012

Check-in: Friday, February 24, 2012 5 – 6 p.m. Showtime: Friday, February 24, 2012, 7 p.m. Premiums $25 $20 $15 $10 $5 Ribbons: 1st through 5th

Dairy Cattle Rules 1. 2. 3.

All animals will be shown as All Other Breeds. Animals need to be owned and fed by the exhibitor for 60 days prior to show. Dairy check-in will be announced at the show.

Section 850 Class 1: Junior Heifer calves born after March 1, 2011 Class 2: Intermediate heifer calves born December 1, 2010 – February 28, 2011 Class 3: Senior heifers’ calves born September 1, 2010 – November 30, 2010 Class 4: Summer yearlings not in milk, born June 1, 2010 to August 29, 2010. Class 5: Junior Yearling heifers, not in milk, born March 1, 2010 to August 31, 2010 Class 6: Winter yearling heifers not in milk, born December 1, 2009 to February 28, 2010 Class 7: Senior Yearling heifer, not in milk, born September 1, 2008 to February 28, 2009 Class 8: Cows – 2 years or older Section 860 Dairy Showmanship Class 1: Junior Showmanship (ages 9 yrs - 12 yrs as of show date) Class 2: Intermediate Showmanship (ages 13yrs -15 yrs as of show date) Class 3: Senior Showmanship (ages 16yr – 18 yrs as of show date) Premium and Awards given for showmanship classes Champion Showman Ribbon & Award Reserve Champion Showman Ribbon & Award

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Tulsa County Spring Livestock Show Section 910: Market Goats 1.

Division 900: Meat Goat Superintendent – Kim Howerton Entries due July 1, 2012

Check-in: Friday, February 24, 2012, 3 – 4 pm Showtime: Friday, February 24, 2012, 5 pm All animals requiring weigh-in must be weighed-in during designated weigh-in times. Failure to weigh-in during designated time will result in the animals’ disqualification.

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Meat Goats will be released following completion of meat goat and sheep show on Friday February 24, 2012 1st – 5th Place Premiums $25 $20 $15 $10 $5 Rules and Regulations 1. Read and obey all General Rules and Regulations found on pages 1 - 8 of 2012 Tulsa Spring Livestock Show book. 2. All goats must have an official pedigree issued by respective breed association, signed by the breeder listing buyer and date of sale, or a notarized bill of sale. 3. All goats must to be tattooed, as per breed association rules. 4. Goats must have been owned and fed by exhibitor sixty (60) days prior to show. 5. Goats must be free of external parasites, ringworm and warts.

Section 915: Pygmy Market Goats 1. 2.

Pygmy goats will be shown in a separate market class if there are three or more head entered and shown by two or more exhibitors. Pygmy goats will show under same rules as market meat goats listed in Section 910.

Section 920: Breeding Meat Goats 1.

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Must have been owned and fed by exhibitor for 60 days prior to the show. Must have milk teeth. -Does may be shown as market or breeding, but not both. All market animals will be shown by weight No minimum or maximum weight. The Meat Goat Division Superintendent will determine class breaks and class size. All goats will be weighed by species committee. No weigh back All goats must be free of contagious diseased. Goat determined to be infected with a contagious disease will not be allowed to show and must be removed from the barn.

Does whose age is less than three (3) months need not be registered in exhibitors’ name. A signed transfer from the breeder, stating date of sale, buyer and seller and animals’ birth date is required. Must have been owned and fed by exhibitor for 60 days prior to the show. All does must be free of contagious diseased. Does determined to be infected with a contagious disease will not be allowed to show and must be removed from the barn. Commercial breeding does will be shown by weight. -28-


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Does may be shown as market or breeding, but not both. 6. All breeding does must be tattooed, as specified by breed association rules, if registered. 7. No bucks are allowed to show. Class 1: under 3 months Class 2: 3 to 6 months Class 3: 7 months up to 9 months Class 4: 10 months to 12 months Class 5: 13 months and over Day of show will determine age of does by their papers.

Section 930: Meat Goat Showmanship Class 1: Junior Showmanship (ages 9-12 yrs as of show date) Class 2: Intermediate Showmanship (ages 13-15 yrs as of show date) Class 3: Senior Showmanship (ages 16-18 yrs as of show date) Premium and Garment bag given for showmanship classes Champion Showman Ribbon & Award Reserve Champion Showman Ribbon & Award

Section 925: Breeding Pygmy Goats 1. 2.

Pygmy goats will be shown in a separate breeding class if there are three or more head owned and entered by two or more exhibitors. Pygmy goats will show under the same rules as listed in Section 920. Class 1: 3 to 6 months Class 2: 7 months up to 9 months Class 3: 10 months to 12 months Class 4: 13 months and over Day of show will determine age of does by their papers. Grand Champion Junior Doe Reserve Grand Champion Junior Doe Grand Champion Senior Doe Reserve Grand Champion Senior Doe Grand Champion Market Reserve Grand Champion Market Champion Pygmy Doe Reserve Champion Pygmy Doe Champion Pygmy Market Reserve Champion Pygmy Market

Award Award Award Award Award Award Award Award Award Award

Division 1000: Dairy Goat Entries due February 10, 2012

In-Place: 8:00 pm Friday, 24, 2012 Showtime: 10:00 am, Friday, February 24, 2012 Superintendent: Richard Hall 1st – 5th Place Ribbons Premiums: $25 - $20 - $15 - $10 - $5 Rules and Regulations Read and obey all General Rules and Regulations found on pages 3 – 8 of 2012 Tulsa Fair Livestock Show book. 1. 2. 3.

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Goats must have been owned and fed by the exhibitor for 60 days prior to the show. An original official health certificate from a licensed veterinarian must accompany each animal. Goats must be free from external parasites, ringworms and warts. -30-


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If there is only one entry in a class, that class will be combined with the next class or the class that is nearest in age, if there are no entries in the next class. The objective is to provide competitive classes with more than one entry per class. Goats will be shown with a winter clip. Only ADGA registered papers required No bucks or wethers No horns

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For each breed: Grand Champion Junior Doe Reserve Grand Champion Junior Doe Grand Champion Senior Doe Reserve Grand Champion Senior Doe Best of Show Junior Doe Best of Show Senior Doe

Rosette Rosette Rosette Rosette Ribbon Ribbon

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Award Award Award Award

Kids and Dry Doelings

Class Class Class Class

6: Under 4 months 7: 4 to 8 months 8: 8 to 12 months 9: 12 to 24 months Section 1005 - Dairy Goat Showmanship Class 1: Junior (ages 9 yrs - 12 yrs as of show date) Class 2: Intermediate (ages 13 yrs - 15 yrs as of show date) Class 3: Senior (ages 16 yrs -1 8 yrs as of show date) Premium and Awards given for showmanship classes Champion Showman Ribbon & Award Reserve Champion Showman Ribbon & Award

Section 1001 - AOP (All other Purebred) AOP is defined as the following: a. Alpine b. Lamanche c. Saanan d. Toggenburg e. Oberhasli F. Nigerian Section 1002 - Nubian – Not included in online entry form Section 1003 - Recorded Grades Does in Milk

Class Class Class Class Class

1: Under 2 years 2: 2 to 3 years old 3: 3 to 4 years old 4: 4 to 5 years old 5: 5 years old and older -32-

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Tulsa County Spring Livestock Show SHOWMANSHIP CONTEST Showmanship will be awarded to Champion Showman and Reserve Champion Showman in Junior, Intermediate and Senior divisions for: Beef, Swine, Sheep, Dairy Goat, Meat Goat, Rabbit and Poultry. Premium and awards given for showmanship classes are: Champion Showmanship Ribbon & Award Reserve Showmanship Ribbon & Award

Tulsa County Spring Livestock Show

Division 1100: Horse Show Superintendents: Entries due February 10, 2012

Date of Horse Show: March 31, 2012 Check In: Saturday, March 31, 2012, 8 – 9 am Showtime: Saturday, March 31, 2012, 10 am Super Duty Arena

Rules and Regulations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Youth must Pre-enter to show in showmanship. All participants in the Showmanship Contests must be a 4-H or FFA member. Junior Division – ages 9 and 12 years as of show date (Exhibitor must be at least 9 years old and a 4-H member Intermediate – ages 13-15 years as of show date and a 4-H or FFA member Senior – ages 16- 18 years as of show date and a 4-H or FFA member All exhibitors must show their own animals in the showmanship contest. Animals shown in showmanship contest must be officially entered in the 2012 Tulsa County Spring Livestock Show. All youth who are official 4-H or FFA members may enter showmanship

Section 135: Poultry Showmanship Section 230: Rabbit Showmanship Section 630: Sheep Showmanship Section 730: Swine Showmanship Section 830: Beef Showmanship Section 860: Dairy Showmanship Section 930: Meat Goat Showmanship Section 1005: Dairy Goat Showmanship

1. Read all General Rules and Regulations found on pages 18. 2. The 2012 Oklahoma State 4-H Horse Show Rules will govern the Tulsa County Spring Livestock Show horse show. These rules are available through the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service. 3. The Show Management reserves the right to interpret or modify certain rules as needed to apply to the Tulsa County Spring Livestock Show Horse Show. 4. No one is allowed on the announcer/superintendent stand except for designated people, i.e. show announcer, horse show superintendent, and show management personnel. Club Leaders, parents and show participants are not allowed on the stand unless requested by horse show superintendent. 5. Age groups are as of 1-1-2012; enrolled in 4-H or FFA; and 9 years old by January 1, 2012. 6. Each contestant must be a bonafide member of a Tulsa County 4-H Club or FFA Chapter. Contestants who have reached their 19th birthday prior to the current calendar year will not be eligible. 7. Riding attire will be as required in the Oklahoma State 4-H Horse Show Rules unless the Horse Show Committee/Superintendent/judge decide a change is needed due to show conditions. The change in attire will be announced prior to start of the Horse Show. -35-

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Tulsa County Spring Livestock Show 8. Contestant must have owned or leased the horse enter for a minimum of 60 days prior to the show. 9. If a horse that has been entered in the Tulsa County Free Fair or the Tulsa County Spring Livestock Show becomes incapacitated through injury or death, the exhibitor can enter and show with another horse but the exhibitor must have a letter or documentation from a veterinarian verifying the illness or death of the horse that was originally entered. 10. Only one horse’s score can total for overall high point award in their age group. 11. More than one member of the same family CAN NOT compete on the same horse. 12. Stall availability will be dependent on activities on the fairgrounds during the event. 13. A minimum of four (4) entries are required to make a class. If the minimum is not met, the classes may be combined at the discretion of show officials. 14. No stallions will be shown. 15. Exhibitors must have valid Identification and Social Security Numbers for receipt of premiums. 16. All horses entering mush have a current negative Coggins Certificate dated within 12 months of this show. Coggins Certificates will be checked upon arrival at the show. Entrants showing two (2) horses mush have both horses names recorded on entry form and each horse’s Coggins Certificate will be checked. Any horse not accompanied with a current Coggins Certificate will not be allowed to show and must leave the barn.

17. Each age group will receive a high point belt buckle. Points are: 5 – 1st; 4 – 2nd; 3 – 3rd; 2 – 4th; 1- 5th Premiums: $25; $20; $15; $10; $5 Ribbons 1st – 5th 18.Check in between 8 and 9a.m. Have your Coggin Certificate on hand. Check with show staff on entries. Horses do not have to be on grounds at time of entry. However you do need to check in between 8 and9 a.m. to be eligible to compete.Section 800 – Horse Show Class 1: Halter Mares – Horses age 5 and under Class 2: Halter Mares – Horses age 6 and over Class 3: Halter Geldings – Horses age 5 and under -36-

Tulsa County Spring Livestock Show Class 4: Halter Geldings – Horses age 6 and over Class 5: Showmanship at Halter (English or Western) ages 9-11 Class 6: Showmanship at Halter (English or Western) ages 12-14 Class 7: Showmanship at Halter (English or Western) ages 15-18 Tack Change Class 8: English Walk-trot – ages 9-11 Class 9: English Walk-trot – ages 12-14 Class 10: English Walk-trot – ages 15-18 Class 11: Hunter Under Saddle – ages 9-11 Class 12: Hunter Under Saddle – ages 12-14 Class 13: Hunter Under Saddle – ages 15-18 Class 14: Hunt Seat Equitation – ages 9-11 Class 15: Hunt Seat Equitation – ages 12-14 Class 16: Hunt Seat Equitation – ages 15-18 Tack Change Class 17: Western Walk Trot – ages 9-11 Class 18: Western Walk Trot – ages 12-14 Class 19: Western Walk Trot – ages 15-18 Class 20: Western Pleasure – ages 9-11 Class 21: Western Pleasure – ages 12-14 Class 22: Western Pleasure – ages 15-18 Class 23: Western Horsemanship – ages 9-11 Class 24: Western Horsemanship– ages 12-14 Class 25: Western Horsemanship– ages 15-18 Class 26: Reining – ages 9-11 Class 27: Reining – ages 12-14 Class 28 Reining – ages 15-18 Class 29: Trail – ages 9-11 Class 30: Trail – ages 12-14 Class 31: Trail – ages 15-18 Class 32: Barrel Race ages 9-11 Class 33: Barrel Race ages 12-14 Class 34: Barrel Race ages 15-18 Class 35: Poles – ages 9-11 Class 36: Poles – ages 12-14 Class 37: Poles – ages 15-18 Class 38: Stakes – ages 9-11 Class 39: Stakes – ages 12-14 Class 40: Stakes – ages 15-18 -37-


Tulsa County Spring Livestock Show Horse Show will be held Pavilion arena at Expo Square. Exhibitors must present current negative Coggins Certificate (dated within 12 month of show) before unloading horses.

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