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SUMMER’S BEST TRADITION


Vaccination is the safest and most reliable way to keep yourself and your family safe from COVID-19.

Malheur County Sheriff Brian Wolfe

Malheur County Judge Dan Joyce

“I received the vaccination because I felt it to be the responsible thing to do after conducting my own research and talking to a doctor. I also believe that the sooner we get more people vaccinated, the sooner we can get our local businesses open and we can once again get some normalcy back into our lives.”

“We need to get businesses opened and we need kids in school. If taking the shot will help get that done, then that’s what we all need to do.”

Clarissa Helliwell Retired Teacher/Migrant Education Program, Nyssa/Ontario “I feel safe that the vaccine is effective and presents no danger to my health or safety. We know vaccines help us prevent diseases. Don’t we vaccinate our children? This vaccination campaign is no different in that sense.”

Tracy Watts Ontario High School science teacher “I chose to be vaccinated because the more people that get vaccinated, the sooner we can get back to normal. I want to keep my students safe. I’m doing this so that I can keep my parents safe, and all of the other people that I come in contact with.”

Mary Louise Quick Nyssa Resident “I chose to be vaccinated today because I think we all need to do our part to stop this pandemic, and the more people who get vaccinated the faster we can stop it.”

If you need help finding or getting a vaccine, call the Malheur County Health Department at 2

541-889-7279.

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2021 Fair Admission Entertainers t Local Exhibitors t Rodeo t Music Commercial exhibits t Livestock, small animals and more! — DAILY ADMISSION —

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Table of Contents 94 97 100

FAIR INFORMATION 3 Fair Admission 6 Meet the Fair Board 7 Fair Schedule 16 Inflatables 86 Fairgrounds Map 100 Camping and Horse Stall Rentals

EXHIBITOR INFORMATION 23 Fair General Rules 25 Exhibitor Schedule 26 Livestock Health Requirements 27 Open Class Rules 54 Open Class Entry Forms 56 4-H Rules 72 FFA Rules 81 FFA Red Barn Entry Form 82 Junior Livestock Drug Policy 84 Livestock Drug Policy

ENTERTAINMENT 4 Concert Series 9 Buddy DeVore, Rodeo Dance 11 Reckless Kelly 13 Micky & The Motorcars 93 Muzzie Braun 93 Fair Performers

RECOGNITION 22 Meet Marti Deyo, 4-H Leader 101 In Memory of Will Tiffany 106 Joy Dean Williams Dedication

CONTEST / EVENTS 15 ICA Rodeo 18 Barrel Races, Team Roping 19 Photography Jackpot 20 Watermelon Seed Spittin’ 21 Veggie Critters Contest 89 Scarecrow Jackpot 92 Pretty Baby Contest

2021 Malheur County Fair is a publication of

ARGUS OBSERVER 2021 CONTRIBUTORS Brad Bailey Leslie Thompson Ali Thayer

Tabitha Kennington Holly Tuchek Brooke Watkins

Chamber Breakfast Coloring Page Camping and Horse Stalls

Dee Lee

THANK YOU 17 Rodeo Sponsors 98 FFA and 4-H 101 Memorials 103 2020 Buyers 104 Auctioneers & Sales Committee 104 4-H Sponsors 105 FFA Sponsors Cover illustration by: Bethany Chamberlain, Vale, Oregon, Age 9

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Meet the

Meet the 2021

2019

Malheur County Fair Board County Malheur

Fair Board

LEFT TO RIGHT:

Mike Clark, Helen Thomas, Leanna LEFT TO RIGHT: Caretaker, GW Clark Advisory Lynelle Board member, Mike Clark Manager Christiani. Board Board Vice Chair, Helen Thomas members Warren Osborne and Board member, Leanna Elguezabal Advisory Board member, Dave Tschida Shad Hansen Facility Manager, Lynelle Christiani Board member, Warren Osborne NOT PICTURED: Board Chair, Shad Hansen Board member Johnston Advisory Board Chris member, Josh Kreger

Elguezabal, Dave Tschida. Facility

NOT PICTURED: Advisory Board members, Garrett Board member, Chris Johnston

Chamberlain & Jennifer Hall

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Meet thethe Meet

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Malheur County County Court

County Court

LEFT TO RIGHT: Commissioner Ron Jacobs, LEFT TO RIGHT: Judge Dan Joyce Commissioner Larry Wilson, Commissioner Don Hodge Judge Dan Joyce Commissioner Don Hodge

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Photo by Fair Advisory Board Member, Joshua Kreger

Malheur County Fair

Malheur County Fair

“Summer’s BEST Tradition’ ★★ BARN IN THE USA ★★

“Summers BEST Tradition” is the theme for our 112th Malheur County Fair. The Fair Board We have made many changes would like to extend a warm throughout the facility. Some welcome to our community to changes were planned, some join us for a hot time at the Ol’ were mandated by weather, othCounty Fair. ers changes were mandated Because of COVID19 the Fair by whether we could afford Board was forced to cancel thethe project. 111th annual Malheur County If you been Fair. That mayhaven’t have been theto the Fair in a while it’s time you hardest decision we’ve made.came andone checked us out.touched The Fair is That (1) decision crammed full with family fun. thousands of lives from 4-H and FFA members to food vendors the With activities throughout and non-profi normally week gearedtstothat make everyone in use thefamily annual County the happy! SeeFair theasarena their fundraiser. Not to the mention activities, the concerts, livestock the retailers throughout our communities that didn’t realize their normal sales before and

during the County Fair. An event that brings in nearly 20,000 people for the week has a huge shows and the carnival. Visit ALL ripple effect in a community. of the food vendors and enjoy We missed seeing you all last watching our community shine! year. Come on over July 27- July “Barn in the USA” is the 31 and let’s have some fun! The theme of the 110ththe annual Fair Board wants 2021Malheur Fair County Fair. A warm to be the BEST Fair yet!!invitation The Fair welcome by the isand crammed fullisofextended fun activities Malheur County Court Judge all week for the entire family.Dan Joyce; Donthe Hodge See theCommissioners arena activities, and Larry Wilson join with the concert, the livestock shows Fair Board to welcome folks to the 2019 and enjoy the inflatables. Visit ALL of theCounty food vendors Malheur Fair. and enjoy watching our community’s This year’s County Fair promyouth most all we ises toshine. be theBut BEST fairofyet. want to invite you to bring your family and enjoy visiting with old friends and enjoy summer’s best tradition for 112 years!

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A BIG THANK YOU TO THE A BIG THANK YOUVOLUNTEERS TO THE FOLLOWING; FOLLOWING AND We could not succeed without their help: ‘BLUE RIBBON’ SUPPORTERS!!

We could not succeed without your help:

Ontario Chamber V & C Grant ALL 2019 Superintendents Advisory Fair Board member Mike Clark 3B Hay & Straw (Chris & Darci Payne) (gopher whisperer && eliminator) Stoney Schulties. Please thank ALL&2021 Superintendents (gopher whisperer eliminator) County Work Crew them&for donating and the 3B Hay Straw (Chris &hauling Darci Payne) County Work Crew (Mike Price & Mauri Saito) strawthank for Fair. Please them for donating and Bossy Ladies Concert Committee Bossy Ladies Cady Concert Committee Rocking Rthe Campers a trailer for hauling strawdonated for Fair. (Randi, & Sandy) (Randi, Cady & Sandy)geru our during Fair. Mary Jouse Waller Dallas Tschida Sound Dallas Tschida Snake District Chapters Red River Barn guru & FFA mentor Connie Gross and SRCI work crew Roger Findley Marcus Hyde Steve Hansen, Rodeo Director Albert Christiani Construction Supply Mary Barn guru & mentor DavidJo&Waller CarlaRed Robbins donates the hay D&B Dave Tschida Stepped up and helped with cages Steve Hansen, Rodeostock. Director to feed the rodeo Mark Hendricks, Ontario Simplot ( Jim, Annemarie & Shelly) & David & Carla Robbins the hay Ontario Chamber V &donated C Grant Soilbuilders Warren Osborne to feedFair the Board rodeo stock. Advisory member Mike Clark Malheur Nursery Vern Keffer CAMPING AND RED BARN COMMITTEE MEMBERS Full Bloom Nursery Dan Thomas Family Karen Yoder Warren Osborne Baily’s friend Tamie & Danielle Capron Trapper Thomas Family HerbVoechting Futter Jennifer HallSRCI Superintendent Chris Johnston Brad Cain, Nick Jodi Petero Baily Myers Niki Cunha Manager Shane Huston, Connie Vernon and Kay Nakada Mandy Standbro Leanna Elguezabal April Tyner Gross and SRCI work crew. (annual donation for premiums)

Cathy Bryant-Kae

Sandy Cunha

Helen Thomas

NEW GATE GRANTS & DONATIONS Grants & Donations Northwest Farm Credit (Janis Cornmesser and David Murakami) NunhemsFarm USA Credit (BASF) Girvin Family Donations Ontario Basque Club Northwest City of Ontario Wood Family TrustFoundation ( Janis Oregon Community Nunhems USA (BASF) Ontario Basque Club Owyhee Metal Works Cornmesser and David Murakami) City of Ontario Oregon Community Foundation

NEW GATE

2021 MCF BOOK DEDICATED TO JOY DEAN WILLIAMS

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2021 Fair Schedule TUESDAY, JULY 27 2 pm–10 pm

Family Day ~ Sponsored by The Argus Observer 2–10 pm Kids Safety Education (south lawn) Sponsored by Ontario Volunteer Fire Department & other community partners 2–10 pm JUKEBOX PARTY EXPRESS INFLATABLES Open for Fun! 2–3 pm Hands-on Soil Experience Brought to you by NRCS & the Malheur County SWCD (next to caboose) 3-9 pm Vale’s Robotic Team (Hands on presentation) 4-5:45 pm Timed Runs for Barrel Race (Arena) 6 pm Gem State Cloggers (Rogue Credit Union Stage) 6–9 pm Pee Wee Barrel Race, followed by Junior Barrel Race 7 pm 4D Jackpot Barrel Race (Arena) Produced by Kyna Schrader

WEDNESDAY, JULY 28 8am–10 pm Play Day 7 am 2–3 pm 6 pm 4–10 pm 7 pm 7 pm

Tri-County Chamber Breakfast (Loafing Shed) Hands-on Soil Experience Brought to you by NRCS & the Malheur County SWCD (next to caboose) Sip & Dip w/ Cheryl Culjat Limit 25/Class. $30 class fee (Commercial Building) Refreshments by Second & Vine Bistro JUKEBOX PARTY EXPRESS INFLATABLES Malheur County Team Roping (Arena) Produced by Kat Pelroy Square Dance Club (Loafing Shed)

THURSDAY, JULY 29 8 am–10 pm

Celebrate Our Community 2–3 pm Hands-on Soil Experience Brought to you by NRCS & the Malheur County SWCD (next to caboose) 4–10 pm JUKEBOX PARTY EXPRESS INFLATABLES 6–8 pm Make & Take -Treasure Valley Rocks (Rock Decorating) 7 pm Slack (Arena)

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FRIDAY, JULY 30 8 am–Midnight

Celebrate Our Heritage 1–3 pm Veggie Critter Decorating Contest (Under the Loafing Shed) 2–3 pm Hands-on Soil Experience Brought to you by NRCS & the Malheur County SWCD (next to caboose) 3 pm FFA Tractor Driving Contest (Practice Arena) 2–10 pm Jukebox Party Express Inflatables 5:30 pm Watermelon Spitting Contest Sponsored by Ontario Kiwanis (Loafing Shed) 7-10 pm 4th ANNUAL FAIRTIME CONCERT SERIES Reckless Kelly Micky & The Motorcars Muzzie Braun 8 pm ICA Rodeo

SATURDAY, JULY 31 8 am–Midnight

Health Day/Pink Night 9 am Pretty Baby Contest Produced by Giggles & Grace Early Learning Center, Inc and ProSoul Game (Rogue Credit Union Stage) 10 am Jr. Livestock Auction (Beef Arena) 11 am–11 pm JUKEBOX PARTY EXPRESS INFLATABLES 1-3 pm Tater Tot Festival Cooking Contest (Com Bldg.) 2–3 pm Hands-on Soil Experience Brought to you by NRCS & the Malheur County SWCD (next to caboose) 6 pm Sol y Luna Dance Troupe 7:30 pm EH-CAPA Bareback riders of Idaho 8 pm ICA Rodeo 10 pm–12 am RODEO DANCE (w. of Red Barn) Featuring Buddy DeVore & the Faded Cowboys Sponsored by Malheur Federal Credit Union

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Buddy DeVore Rodeo Dance 10 p.m. - Midnight, Sat. Night Born in Othello, Washington and raised in Southwest Idaho, Buddy Devore grew up surrounded by ranchers, cowboys and Country Music. He started playing mandolin and singing at the age of 8, and got his first guitar at 14.  He started learning songs by singing along with records and the radio, and has developed a huge repertoire of somewhere between 3 and 4 hundred songs.  He now makes his home in New Plymouth, Idaho, where he and his wife Samantha are raising their three sons, Porter, Samuel and Roland. After spending 12 years as a professional cowboy throughout the western states, Buddy began to focus more seriously on his music about 15 years ago, and began playing professionally.  In 2017, he brought together several other

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Reckless Kelly Friday, July 30th, 9 p.m. Willy Braun (vocals, guitars, harmonium, percussion, harmonica) - Cody Braun (fiddle, mandolin, tenor guitar, harmonica, vocals) - Jay Nazz (drums, percussion) - Joe “Bass” Miller (bass) For nearly 25 years, Reckless Kelly has graced the musical landscape with a high-powered form of Americana, equally rooted in raw passion, refined musicianship, and gritty authenticity. With the dual release of two new albums—American Jackpot and American Girls—the Idaho-bred band presents a beautifully detailed portrait of their beloved country, turning their nuanced songwriting to its many glories and tragedies. While one batch of songs centers on slice-of-life storytelling and the other explores the complexities of human connection, the collective body of work unfolds with a

profound and often eye-opening attention to the subtleties of American life. Although Reckless Kelly initially intended to make just one album, the project took on a life of its own once they headed into the studio. “I wanted to produce this one by myself, just to try that out, and I made sure to book plenty of studio time to get it done right,” says Willy. “We ended up moving along really fast, so I pulled out a few more songs and figured we’d end up using them down the road. Before we knew it, we had enough material for two really good records.” The follow-up to their acclaimed 2016 album Sunset Motel, American Jackpot and American Girls embody a wonderfully eclectic sonic palette. Though the two brothers first forged their musical partnership back in Idaho, they later decamped to Bend, Oregon, where

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they quickly linked up with Jay Nazz. Soon after forming Reckless Kelly (whose name nods to the legend of Australian highwayman Ned Kelly), the three musicians relocated to Austin and rounded out the lineup with bassist Joe Miller and guitarist David Abeyta (who ex ited the band after the release of Sunset Motel). Over the years, they’ve delivered a string of critically lauded albums, including 2011’s Grammy-nominated Good Luck & True Love and 2013’s

Grammy- winning Long Night Moon. With the release of American Jackpot and American Girls, Reckless Kelly hopes to lead listeners to thoughtful reflection on their own experience of living in America, and possibly invite a certain pur- poseful nostalgia. Mostly I just hope these songs remind them of all the different aspects of grow- ing up in America, and feeling so lucky to live here,” says Willy Braun.

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Malheur County Fair Team Roping Wednesday, July 28 @ 7 pm Malheur County Fairgrounds ACTRA Team Roping

#5 Ride In 3 steer average $35/run enter up capped at 3 Yeti Coolers to average winners

Top 10 in the average will get the opportunity to compete Friday and Saturday night in the ICA Rodeo performance

Top 10 ... $75 Entry Fee 100% Payback

This is an ACTRA Qualifier; you must be a member to rope. Membership will be available at the roping. Affiliate memberships are $10, which allow you to rope the entire year! Full memberships are $65 and include state and national finals.

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Tuesday Night Barrel Races 4DJackpot Barrel Race will be held on Tuesday Night (July 27th) at the Malheur County Fair. Directed by Kyna Schrader (208-989-1730) Timed runs 4:00 – 5:45 pm Youth 6:00 – 7:00 pm Pee Wees 10 & under Juniors 11 – 15 Youth forms: http://www.malheurcountyfair.com/forms/ Adults 7:00 – 10:00 pm

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Its doors opened in 1998 to UNITE THE COMMUNITY THROUGH THE CELEBRATION AND EDUCATION OF DIVERSITY & CULTURE

Photography Jackpot Winners-take-all Photography Challenge

One entry per photographer.

At the Cultural Center we focus on nurturing creativity, empowerment, inspiration, and growth for everyone through low-cost and free programing that make FRCC an asset in our mighty rural community.

This entry does not count against the six (6) entries limit in the regular Photography Division.

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RULES: Entry Fee: $10.00 Cash only.

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Photo entered into the Jackpot cannot be entered into another Photography section.

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Jackpot photo must be an 8 x 10 photo with an 11. x 14 professional beveled matte to be accepted. No collages. No exceptions! 1st place will receive 50% of the jackpot money. 2nd place will receive 30% and 3rd place will receive %20. i.e. if 10 photographers enter (@ $10.00 per) the winners will take home $100.00! 1st place takes $50. 2nd place will take $30 and 3rd place will take $20. This is your opportunity, as a photographer, to “Shine!” The judge will be looking for the “Best of the Best!”! All photos will be anonymously judged. Photography Superintendent accepts submissions and does not vote.

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The REQUIRED SUBJECT for the 2021 Malheur County Fair is “Acton” – Photographers - Tell me a story- Each year the subject will change. The Photography Superintendent will define what the photographic subject, style, or technique will be for the Photography Jackpot Challenge each year.

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Entries can also be dropped off on Monday, July Can’t Can’tmake makeFRIDAY? FRIDAY? Can’t make FRIDAY? 29th (at thealso Red Barn with off other vegetable Entries can be dropped off on Monday, July Entries can also be dropped on Monday, Julyexhibits) 26th Entries can beand dropped off on Monday, July from noon to also 7 Barn pm they will be entered for (at the Red Barn with other vegetable exhibits) from 29th (at the Red with other vegetable exhibits) noon to 7 pm and they will be entered for Friday’s judg29th (at the Red Barn with other vegetable exhibits) Friday’s judging. from noon to 7 pm and they will be entered for ing. from noon to 7 pm and they will be entered for Friday’s judging. CLASSES: Pre Junior 0–5 years; Junior 6–8 years; Friday’s judging. CLASSES: Pre 9–13 years; Intermediate 14–18 years; CLASSES: Junior 0–5 years; Junior 6–8 years; PreIntermediate Junior Pre 6 years & under; Junior 7–9 years; Pre InterCLASSES: Pre Junior 0–5 years; Junior 6–8 years; adult 19–64 years; Senior 65 and up. mediate 10–13 years; 14–18 years; adult Pre Intermediate 9–13Intermediate years; Intermediate 14–18 years; Intermediate 9–13 years; Intermediate 14–18 years; 19Pre & older. adult 19–64 years; Senior 65 and up. RULES: Decorate potato adult 19–64 years; Senioror65veggies and up.with only organic RULES: items; other vegetables, fruits and grains (fresh or RULES: Decorate or veggies Decorate potato orpotato veggies with only with RULES: Decorate potato or veggies withonly only organic organic dried). Do not use candy, paper, paints, organic items; other vegetables, fruits items; other vegetables, fruits and grains (fresh or items; other vegetables, fruits and grains (fresh or crayons, store bought materials, fabric and grains (fresh or dried). Do not use dried). DoDo notnot use candy, paper, dried). use candy, paper,paints, paints, candy, paper, paints, crayons,foods store etc. or commercially processed crayons, store bought materials, fabric crayons, store bought materials, fabric bought materials, fabric commercialYou may use glue, pinsoror toothpicks orlycommercially processed foods or commercially processed foods etc. processed foods etc. You may use etc. to keep your project together. They are glue, pins or toothpicks to keep your You may use glue, pins or toothpicks You may use glue, pins or toothpicks not to be part ofThey the are decoration. project together. not to be partare to keep your project together. They to keep your project together. They are of the decoration. not to be part the decoration. not to MORE be part of of the decoration. FOR INFORMATION CALL OR TEXT: The Fair and the Ontario Saturday Market are not responsible for any decoraKit 208.230.5214 or Kristen 208.899.7864 FOR MORE CALL OR TEXT: tions— entries must INFORMATION be picked up at end of fair as stated in the fair book, or FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL OR TEXT: will be disposed of. 208.899.7864 TheKit Fair208.230.5214 and Saturday Marketor areKristen not responsible for any decorations— entries Kit 208.230.5214 or Kristen 208.899.7864 must be picked up at end of fair as stated in the fair book, or will be disposed of. The Fair and Saturday Market are not responsible for any decorations— entries

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2021 MALHEUR COUNTY FAIR General Rules The general supervision of the grounds and entire exhibition, the police regulations and entrance gates are vested in the Malheur County Fair Board. The Fair Association reserves to its Board of Directors the final and absolute right to interpret these rules and regulations and arbitrarily settle and determine all matters, questions and differences in regard thereto, and to add to and amend these rules as they deem advisable. 1. No Entry Clerk shall, under any circumstances, allow the entry books of the association to go from his possession, or to be inspected by anyone except the officers or appointees of the association, nor shall any entry be made known by the clerk until the entries are closed and the entry books placed at the hands of the Superintendent of the proper department. Any exhibitor found examining the entry books will forfeit all premiums or money won. 2. Exhibits shipped to the Fair should be addressed in care of the Malheur County Fair Board, 795 N.W. 9th St., Ontario, OR 97914. They must be sent prepaid as the association will not be liable for express or freight charges. In every instance, exhibits must be brought at the risk of the exhibitor or owner. 3. Open class livestock exhibits must have been owned by exhibitors at least two weeks prior to the Fair and land products must have been grown or produced by the exhibitor. 4. All livestock entries must be entered for competition in the name of the bona fide owner. Animal’s registration number must be entered on the entry card. Persons trying to deceive the committee in regard to ownership of animals, or who shall purchase or borrow and then exhibit them as their own raising shall forfeit all claims to premiums. Registration ear tags must match registration papers and will be checked by the Superintendent. 5. The Association will take reasonable precaution to ensure the safety of exhibits sent to the exhibition, but the owners themselves must take the risk of exhibiting them. Should any exhibit or portion thereof be injured, burned, lost, or stolen, the association will give assistance towards recovery of the same but will not be liable to make payment for the value thereof.

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6. Exhibitors of animals, machinery in motion and other exhibits liable to occasional accidents, injury or damage to persons coming in contact with them shall guard their exhibits and protect the public coming in contact therewith. Every exhibitor, by exhibiting during the Fair, agrees that he will indemnify the Association from and against any claim or demand, cost, charges and expenses which the Association may incur, suffer or be put to by reason of any accident or any person being injured or suffering damage through or by reason of such exhibit not being properly guarded or the public not being protected therefrom. That he will, upon demand, reimburse the Fair Association for any such sums it may have been compelled to expend by reason of such claims, expenses or charges. 7. If any exhibit is entered in the wrong class, an effort to correct the mistake will be made, providing it is discovered before the awards are made. Where an error has been made by clerks or the judges, the same shall be settled by the Malheur County Fair Board upon satisfactory proof that such error was made. 8. In all cases the right is reserved to reject or accept conditionally, any entry or application at any time at the discretion of the Board. 9. Exhibits must not be removed before Sunday, August 1, 2021. 10. At the close of Fair the exhibitors must remove the exhibit as early as possible. Animal exhibitors must remove all bedding from the pens or stall, used by them, and place the bedding in areas designated by Fair Management. Any article left in the building or on the grounds after the close of the exhibition will be at the risk of the owner, and will become property of the Fair Board after thirty days. 11. All entries must be entered and released in accordance with the rules in their respective divisions. Check Schedule of Events for entry & release time for all exhibits. 12. Fair officially opens at 2 p.m. Tuesday, July 27, 2021. Ticket gates open at 2 p.m. Tuesday, July 27, 2021 and at 8 a.m. daily Wednesday, July 28 through Saturday, July

31, 2021. Commercial Building opens at 2 p.m. Tuesday, July 27, 2021 and 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Wednesday, July 28, 2021 through Saturday, July 31, 2021. Red Barn opens 4-10 p.m. Tuesday, July 27 , and 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Wednesday, July 28, 2021 through Saturday, July 31, 2021. 13. No bikes, skateboards, scooters, or motorcycles are allowed around on the grounds. Horses are to be kept in Grandstand area only. No dogs or domestic pets allowed on fairgrounds other than show exhibitors. 14. Cars parked in unauthorized areas and fire lanes will be towed away at the owner’s expense. 15. No illegal drugs will be allowed on the Fairgrounds. 16. All alcoholic beverages on the grounds are to be in designated areas. Minors in possession will be charged on the Fairgrounds by Ontario City Police. In addition, any exhibitor who is a minor found in possession of or under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or caught vandalizing, the Ontario City Police will be notified and will be subject to immediate expulsion from the fair. If said exhibitor is a 4-H or FFA member who will be selling an animal at the market sale, no premium money will be awarded nor the sale of the animal allowed. 17. All gates will be closed and locked at midnight. Exhibitors extremely late to their tents or campers after curfew without prior approval from the adult responsible and security will be reported to the grievance committee. All campers will be in their camping area and quiet by curfew. 18. Any premiums not picked up from the Fair Office by Sept 1, 2021, will be forfeited and returned to the Fair. 19. All animals to be placed in competition at the Malheur County Fair must be preregistered to insure stall space. Livestock entry forms are available in the book and at the Fair Office and are due July 9, 2021. 20. Crossover exhibits from 4-H and/or FFA to Open Class will not be allowed. 21. It is understood that the act of entering an exhibit or contest at the Malheur County Fair is asking the Fair Management to secure a qualified judge to place a judgment on the exhibit or performance. It is therefore

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courteous to gracefully accept the decision of the judge realizing that it may be in conflict with your set of standards. Every reasonable effort will be made to secure highly qualified and conscientious judges. If you feel you are not willing to accept this judgment, please write “exhibit only” on your entry. The decision of the judge is final. Any concerns must be directed to the Superintendent of the Division.

One adult shall be responsible for each tent or camper. All campers are required to register and display a registration card. All campers will be in their camping area and quiet by curfew. The Fair Board appreciates the cooperation of everyone in keeping the grounds safe and orderly. If there are campers that cannot afford the camping fees, please let the fair office know and arrangements will be made.

VEHICLE and FOOT TRAFFIC INFORMATION

PAYMENT OF AWARDS

Fire lanes must be maintained throughout the grounds, throughout Fair. The Archway Gate into the Fairgrounds will be closed to all vehicles Monday after 7 p.m. through Saturday of Fair week. This is also a safety measure for foot traffic. There are two other entrances for vehicles into the grounds. The South Gate gives access to the south half of the facility and the parking lot west of the livestock barns and is to be used for admittance of livestock exhibitors only. The West Gate, off Park Avenue, gives access to the Horse Barns. Daily deliveries inside the Fairgrounds must be made before 9 a.m. through the West gate only. Fair Board and Fair Board Designees are the only individuals that are permitted to use an ATV on the fairgrounds during the open hours.

EXHIBITORS: Trucks and/or horse trailers are to be parked at the NE corner of the facility, unless otherwise posted. Trucks and/or horse trailers are not permitted in the camping area.

OVERNIGHT CAMPING All campers are required to purchase a camping permit. Tent camping is $30 per week. Dry RV camping is $60 per week. RV’s with electricity is $120 per week. Only 1 vehicle per Camping space will be permitted. This vehicle must have a “Camper’s Parking Pass” prominently displayed. Each camper will register at the Fair Office and turn in written parental permission, the name of the adult in charge of the tent or camper and list of the occupants, and display a registration card of each occupant in a visible place designated by the Fair Board.

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Fabric ribbons will be given (at time of judging) in some Fair divisions. Other divisions will have placing stickers attached to the entry tags and fabric ribbons will be given with premium money. In Open Class Departments: Blue: First place, $3 Red: Second place, $2 White: Third place, $1 Special awards are listed in each division. Exhibitors are limited to one entry per section for judging: Judges will determine entry quality. 4-H, FFA and Open Class Departments included. All awards for which cash prizes are awarded will be paid by cash or check. 4-H premiums will be available at the 4-H office. FFA premiums will be handed out by the FFA Advisors. Open class premiums can be obtained on Friday, July 30, 2021 from 12 noon - 4 pm in the Fair office. Or, in the Red Barn. Release time for exhibits: 8 a.m. Sunday, August 1 All decisions by the judges hired are final. The Malheur County Fair is an open show and exhibitors out of the county and state are welcome to enter in all open classes. If funds are available, payment of premiums will be made in full amounts as listed; however, the Fair Board reserves the right to prorate premium money in the event there are insufficient funds to pay the full premiums awarded by the judges. For further information, you may write to the Malheur County Fair Board, 795 NW 9th St., Ontario, OR 97914, or call (541) 889-3431, or email: fair@malheurco.org.

MALHEUR COUNTY FAIR BOARD ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY The Malheur County Fair Board will maintain compliance with all applicable federal, state and local environmental laws, ordinances qnd regulations. The Policy of the Fair Board is to adhere to the Oregon State Department of Agriculture regulations pertaining to agriculture and environmental concerns. To prevent the transmission of enteric pathogens and other transmittable diseases including E.coli, the Malheur County Fair Board will ask fairgoers to wash their hands immediately upon leaving the barns. Food and beverage is discouraged in the barns. The Fair board will have hand washing stations near the barns. There will be signs reminding fairgoers to wash their hands and not eat food in the barns. State COVID-19 regulations will be in place, based on our risk category.

ITEMS PROHIBITED ON FAIRGROUNDS The following items are prohibited on the property owned or controlled (“Fairgrounds”) by the Malheur County Fair Board, unless specifically authorized by the Board: a. Bicycles, skateboards, roller blades, scooters: unlocked heelies; b. Unauthorized vehicles; c. Unauthorized animals, reptiles, insects, arachnids, and other pets; d. Weapons; e. Fireworks, explosives or explosive devices, and inflammables; f. Alcohol or alcoholic beverages outside of designated areas; g. Attire, costume, clothing or accessories in which, based on the training and experience of a law enforcement officer or the Director, can be articulated as being affiliated with an established criminal gang; h. Controlled substances; i. Any other object or objects which in the opinion of the Fair Board Director or his/her designee may affect the safety and well-being of persons attending events at the fairgrounds.

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6–8 pm Ranch Horse Check-in

campgrounds curfew&in effect 10 pm Grounds closed

10 pm Grounds closed &

4 pm Fair Opens to Public

2 pm Buildings Open to Public

8Red am Barn 4-H static exhibits judged, Red Barn

9 am 4-H static exhibits judged,

amOpen Openclass classRed Red Barn 89am Barn ExhibitsJudging Judging Exhibits

89am Crops & Shop amFFA FFA Crops & Shop Project ProjectJudging Judging

10 am 4-H/FFA Followed by 10 am 4-H am / FFA followedMkt by 10:30–11 4-H/FFA Open Rabbit Show: Market, Open Rabbit Show:Weigh-in, Market, Rabbit & Chicken Showmanship, Breeding, Showmanship,Breeding. Small Animal Barn Small Animal Barn Small Animal Barn

Animals

7-10 Check Small Animals 7–10am amVet Vet Check Small

7-7:30 pm 4-H/FFA Dairy Replacement Heifer Weigh-in Replacement Heifer Weigh-in

7–7:30 pm 4-H/FFA Dairy

4–7pm pmVet Vet Check 4-7 Check

11–Noon4-H/FFA 4-H/FFA Mkt Goat 11-Noon Mkt Goat Weigh-in,Swine SwineBarn Barn Weigh-in,

10-Noon Check 10–NoonVet Vet Check

12-1 MktMkt Lamb 12–1pm pm4-H/FFA 4-H/FFA Lamb Weigh-in, Weigh-in,Swine SwineBarn Barn

10-Noon Vet Check 10–Noon Vet Check

7-10 4-H/FFA MktMkt Swine 7–10am am 4-H/FFA Swine Weigh-in, Weigh-in,Swine SwineBarn Barn

7-10 Check 7-10am amVet Vet Check

7-7:30pm pm4-H 4-H&&FFA FFA Beef 7-7:30 Beef Heifer Weigh-in/Preg Check Heifer Weigh-in/Preg Check

pmAll AllBeef Beefininplace place 77 pm

4-7 4-7pm pmVet VetCheck Check pmOpen Open Class Beef Show, 44pm Class Beef Beef Arena Show, Beef Arena

pm4-H/FFA 4-H/FFA Beef Breed 11pm Beef Breed Classes,Beef BeefArena Arena Classes,

to public

10 pm Grounds closed campgrounds curfew&in effect campgrounds curfew in effect

10 pm Grounds closed &

11:00 am Flower Judging, 11:30 am Flower Judging Red Barn Flower Area

10am amAll Allbuildings buildingsopen open 10 to public

7–9:30 entries 7–9:30am amFlower Flower entries accepted acceptedininRed RedBarn Barn

11 am Rabbit 4-H Market, FFA classes only, no Open Class Rabbits in 2021

10 am Cloverbud Cloverbud Small 9 am SmallAnimal Animal Show,Small SmallAnimal AnimalBarn Barn Show,

12 pm 4-H/FFA Meat Goat Showmanship Classes followed by Mkt Goat Classes, Girvin Hall

8:30 am 4-H/FFA Dairy Goat 8:30 am 4-H/FFA Dairy Goat Showmanship & Breed Class Showmanship & Breed Class followed by Open Dairy followed by Open Dairy Goat Goat Classes, Girvin Hall Classes, Girvin Hall

Beef Arena

Girvin Hall

Dog Arena

campgrounds curfew in effect

3 pm FFA Tractor Driving 1 pm FFAPractice TractorArena Driving Contest, Contest, Practice Arena & Midnight Grounds closed Midnight Grounds closed & campgrounds curfew in effect grounds curfew in effect

10 10 am amAll Allbuildings buildingsopen opento public 10 pm Grounds closed & 10 pm Grounds closed & campcampgrounds curfew in effect

to public

Round Robin, TBA

1 pm FFA Small Animal 1 pm FFA Small Animal Round Robin, TBA

9 Show followed by 9 am am4-H 4-HDog Dog Show followed by Open Class Show, Open Class DogDog Show, Dog Arena

4 pm Livestock Judging Contest, Girvin Hall

8:30 / FFA Meat 8:30 am am4-H 4-H/FFA Goat Breed Classes followed byClasses Open Class, Goat Showmanship Girvin Hall followed by Breed Classes. Followed by Open Class Meat 4 pm Livestock Goat Classes, Girvin Hall. Judging Contest,

Girvin Hall

44pm Judging pmLivestock Livestock Contest, Hall JudgingGirvin Contest,

Judging Contest, Girvin Hall

4 pm Livestock Judging 4 pm Livestock Contest, Girvin Hall

99am Beef am4-H/FFA 4-H/FFA Beef Showmanship, Showmanship, Beef Arena

8:30am am4-H 4-H Ranch Horse 8:30 Ranch Horse Showmanshipfollowed followedbyby Showmanship Ranch RanchTrail Horse Trail Horse JuniorRanch Ranch Horse Junior Horse ID ID&&Skills Skills

88am amExhibitor Exhibitormeeting Meeting

FRIDAY FRIDAY JULY 30 2 AUGUST

10 open to public 10am amAll Allbuilding buildings open to public

Small Animal Barn

Market, Showmanship, 10 am 4-H/FFA Poultry followed Breeding followed by by Market Showmanship Rabbit Show: Breeding, SmallMarket, Animal Barn. Showmanship, Breeding, Followed by Market Rabbits.

8:30 am 4-H/FFA Dairy Confirmation, Dairy Arena

8:30 Dairy 8:30 am am4-H/FFA 4-H/FFA Dairy ShowCattleShowmanship manship followed byfollowed 4-H/FFA Open Class, Dairy Arena Dairy Breed Classes, followed

99am Buds amClover Poultry Show:

pm4-H/FFA 4-H/FFA 32 pm Sheep Sheep Showmanship, followed Showmanship, followed by by Open Class, Girvin Hall Open Class, Girvin Hall

2 pm pm4-H/FFA 4-H/FFA Mkt 3 Mkt Lamb Lamb Classes, followed by Classes, followed by Breed Breed Classes, Girvin Hall Classes, Girvin Hall

by Open Class, Dairy Arena

8:30 Mkt Hog 8:30 am am4-H/FFA 4-H/FFA Mkt Hog followed by byBreed Breed Classes, followed Arena Classes, Swine Arena

8:30 Swine 8:30 am am4-H/FFA 4-H/FFA Showmanship, followed by Swine Showmanship, followed by Open Class, Swine Arena Open Class, Swine Arena

5Commercial pm Malheur Mkt. County Commercial Steer Class, Mkt. Class, Beef Arena BeefSteer Arena

5:00 pm Malheur County

8:30 Mkt Steer 8:30am am4-H/FFA 4-H/FFA Mkt Steer Classes, Beef BeefArena Arena Classes,

8:30-10:30 4-H/FFA 8:30-10:30am am 4-H/FFA Mkt Mkt Beef Weigh-In Beef Weigh-In

6-8 pm Ranch Horse at Horse Office Check-in at Horst Office

4-H Jr. Horse

Ground Training

8:30 am amEnglish EnglishPleasure, Pleasure, then 8:30 English Equitation, followed by then English Equitation, Trail Classes followed by Trail Classes

8:30 am am4-H/FFA 4-H/FFA 8:30 Open Horse Open Western Pleasure Western Pleasure followed by followedEquitation by Western Western 4-HEquitation Jr. Horse

8 8 am am Exhibitor Exhibitormeeting Meeting

8 8 am am Exhibitor Exhibitormeeting Meeting

THURSDAY THURSDAY JULY 29 1 AUGUST

8:30 am am4-H/FFA 4-H/FFA 8:30 Open Horse Open Horse Showmanship Showmanship followed by followedClass by Harness Class Harness Bareback Bareback Equitation Equitation followed by followed by 4-H 4-H Ground training

WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY JULY 28 JULY 31

8 8 am am Exhibitor Exhibitormeeting meeting

TUESDAY TUESDAY JULY 27 JULY 30

to public

campgrounds curfew in effect

Midnight Grounds closed & Midnight Grounds & campgrounds curfewclosed in effect

10 open to public 10am amAll Allbuilding buildings open

10 & Dairy 10am amJr.Jr.Livestock Livestock & Dairy Auction, Auction,Beef BeefArena Arena 44pm 4-H Small Animal Round pm 4-H Small Animal Round Robin, Robin,Small SmallAnimal AnimalBarn Barn 44pm Round Robin, Beef pmFFA FFA Round Robin, Beef Arena FFA Awards Arenafollowed followedbyby FFA Awards 55pm Round Robin followed pm4-H 4-H Round Robin followed by Beef Arena by4-H 4-HAwards, Awards, Beef Arena

5bypm 4-HAwards, Round Robin followed 4-H Beef Arena by 4-H Awards, Beef Arena

5 pm 4-H Round Robin followed

pmFFA FFA Round Robin, Beef 44 pm Round Robin, Beef Arenafollowed followedby byFFA FFA Awards Arena Awards

10 & &Dairy 10 am amJr. Jr.Livestock Livestock Dairy Auction,Beef BeefArena Arena Auction,

5 pm 4-H Round Robin followed

5 pm 4-H Round Robin followed by 4-H Awards, Beef Arena by 4-H Awards, Beef Arena

pmFFA FFA Round Robin, Beef 44pm Round Robin, Beef Arenafollowed followedbyby FFA Awards Arena FFA Awards

10 Livestock & Dairy 10am amJr.Jr. Livestock & Dairy Auction, Auction,Beef BeefArena Arena

5 pm 4-H Round Robin followed

5 pm 4-H Round Robin followed by 4-H Awards, Beef Arena by 4-H Awards, Beef Arena

pmFFA FFA Round Robin, Beef 44pm Round Robin, Beef Arenafollowed followedbyby FFA Awards Arena FFA Awards

10 Livestock & Dairy 10am amJr.Jr. Livestock & Dairy Auction, Auction,Beef BeefArena Arena

pmHorses Horsesreleased released 66pm

55pm Robin followed pm4-H 4-HRound Round Robin followed by4-H 4-HAwards, Awards,Beef Beef Arena by Arena

44pm Round Robin, Beef pmFFA FFA Round Robin, Beef Arena Awards Arenafollowed followedby byFFA FFA Awards

8:30 8:30am amRanch RanchHorse HorseCow Cow Work Workfollowed followedby byWorking Working Ranch followed by Roping Ranch followed by Roping

88am amExhibitor Exhibitormeeting Meeting

SATURDAY SATURDAY July 31 3 AUGUST

ALL EXHIBITS WILL BE RELEASEDFROM FROM 8:00 AMAM TO TO 2:002:00 PM SUNDAY AUGUST 1st. ALL EXHIBITS WILL BE RELEASED 9:00 PM SUNDAY AUGUST 4TH.

FFA will show first on odd-numbered years; 4-H on even-numbered years. | Show Order: 4-H (Sr., Int., Jr., Novice), FFA, Open Class | Stalls must be cleaned by 8 am daily.

10 pm 10 pm Grounds Groundsclosed closed&& campgrounds curfew campgrounds curfewinineffect effect

Barn, except for flowers

Noon-7 pm Entries accepted Noon–7 Entries accepted for Openpm Class Exhibits in Red for Open Class Barn, except forExhibits flowers in Red

Noon-7 pm for Noon–7 pmEntries Entriesaccepted accepted all 4-H & FFA Exhibits in Red for all 4-H & FFA Exhibits inBarn Red Barn

6–7:30 pm check-in at Colt Program 5Horse pm Started Ranch the horse fair office Classes begin in Arena

4 MCSCP am Check at 9 pm am–10:30 Vetincheck the Horse fair office

MONDAY MONDAY JULY 26 JULY 29

EXHIBITOR’S SCHEDULE—OPEN, 4-H and FFA DEPARTMENTS

HORSE & HORSE RANCH HORSE

BEEF BEEF

SWINE SWINE && SHEEP SHEEP

GOATS & GOATS & DAIRY DAIRY

SMALL SMALL ANIMALS ANIMALS && DOGS DOGS

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LIVESTOCK HEALTH REQUIREMENTS ALL LIVESTOCK EXHIBITORS: 4-H, FFA, OPEN All animals and poultry may be given a clinical examination by a veterinarian. No animal from a quarantined herd will be admitted to the Fairgrounds. • All horses coming out-of-state must have a current negative coggins test. • All poultry exhibits will be blood tested for Pullorum Typhoid disease by OR Dept. of Ag. trained volunteers. • All sheep and goats will have a Scrapie tag or goats may have a tattoo (USDA) All animals are subject to inspection by the veterinarian in attendance upon admission to the exhibition grounds. No animal shall be admitted to or allowed to remain on the grounds that shows evidence of any infectious or contagious disease or any unsightly condition, such as ringworm, pink eye or with obvious malnutrition. The management reserves the right to require health inspections, diagnostic tests, treatments and/or other animal health measures or procedures which might become necessary in emergencies.

MEDICATION AND CHEMICAL RESIDUE AVOIDANCE The Malheur County Fair Board is concerned that all meat and milk products marketed from fair animals be free from illegal and unethical drugs and chemicals. The following rules are adopted to prevent drug residues and pertain to all livestock, horses and small animals exhibited at the Fair. 1. No drug, chemical, or feed additive shall be administered to any animal on the Fairgrounds during the Malheur County Fair without the approval of the Fair Manager, Fair Veterinarian or a person designated by the manager. Administration of drugs or chemicals requires that the exhibitor file a “Drug Administration Form” with the Fair office. Administration of any drugs or chemicals on the fairgrounds must be witnessed by the superintendent of the division or the Fair Veterinarian. 2. All market animals and producing dairy animal exhibitors and their parent/guardian are required to sign a disclosure statement on the official health form disclosing all drugs, chemicals and feed additives used in or on the animal for the entire feeding period. 3. All market animals must meet all withdrawal requirements to enter the sale. Market animals shall not contain any identifiable or unidentifiable foreign substance including: drugs, steroids, herbs, or chemicals; greater than those allowed by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the sale of consumption as human food during the time the animal is on the fairgrounds. Test samples collected from 4-H and FFA animals shall be free of any foreign substance, including but not limited to steroids, drugs or chemicals affecting the central nervous system (for example: stimulants, depressants or painkillers). 4. All exhibitors (open, 4-H and FFA) must complete an official health form for each animal exhibited. Exhibitor and parent/guardian (if exhibitor is under the age of 18) must sign an agreement to permit animals to be tested for drugs, chemicals and feed additives.

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5. The Malheur County Fair Board reserves the right to test any animal exhibit for tampering, altering, misrepresentation, unethical fitting, natural or foreign substance, to include drugs, blood, oil, steroids, or chemicals. The submission of any 4-H, open class or FFA entry into the Malheur County Fair expressly grants the Fair Board the right to conduct such tests. Such tests may include laboratory analysis of saliva, urine, blood or other substances. Refusing tests will result in disqualification, forfeiture of awards and possibly expulsion. 6. Violations of the above rules will result in disqualification and forfeiture of any awards, and may result in expulsion from the fairgrounds and violator ineligibility to participate in the animal divisions in future fairs. 7. Fees associated with the examination and treatment of any animal at the fair, by the fair veterinarian, are the responsibility of the animal’s owner. Payment is required at the time of service. The Fair Board is not responsible for fees generated on sick animals. The fair veterinarian will be available at a designated period each day. See the fair office for times. In emergency situations, the fair veterinarian can be contacted through the fair office.

OUT-OF-STATE ORIGIN A permit must be obtained from an accredited veterinarian for any and all livestock entering the State of Oregon for exhibition or other reasons. A copy of the health certificate must accompany the animals and be presented to the veterinarian in attendance upon admission to the exhibition grounds.

Cattle Brucellosis Vaccination. In addition to the permit requirements for importation of livestock into the State of Oregon, official vaccination for brucellosis is required for the importation of all female cattle born after Jan 1, 1986, which will be sold or offered for sale in Oregon for breeding purposes when more than 12 months of age. Evidence of such vaccination shall be by an official tattoo in the right ear of the animal. Brucellosis testing. All beef females over 24 months, dairy females and bulls over 6 months must have a negative brucellosis test done within 30 days prior to entry into Oregon.

Swine Proof of vaccination for leptospirosis and erysipelas must be listed on the Certificate of Veterinary Inspection. A statement is also required that pseeudorabies vaccine has not been performed.

Sheep All sheep will be inspected for any indications of Blue Tongue, Contagious Ecthyma (sore mouth), foot rot, sore sheath or any other contagious or infectious disease. All sheep exhibited will have USDA scrapie eartag.

Goats All dairy goats over six (6) months of age must be brucellosis tested and negative within thirty (30) days prior to entry into Oregon. All goats will have a USDA flock # and scrapie eartag or registration tattoo.

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Poultry - Pigeons - Rabbits - Cavies No animalPoultry shall be admitted or allowed to remain on the grounds that - Pigeons - Rabbits - Cavies shows evidence of any infectious or contagious disease or any unsightly No animal shall be admitted or allowed to remain on the grounds condition. Birds or animals should not be vaccinated with live Newcastle that shows evidence of any infectious or contagious disease or any disease (Pneumoencephalitis) virus vaccine or any live virus vaccine unsightly condition. Birds or animals should notother be vaccinated with within 45 days prior to entry to Fairgrounds. Rabbits will be checked live Newcastle disease (Pneumoencephalitis) virus vaccine or any for ear mites before entering. other live virus vaccine within 45 days prior to entry to Fairgrounds. Rabbits be checked for ear mitesmust before entering. Allwill poultry, including turkeys, originate from flocks under All poultry, including turkeys, must originate from flocks under supervision of the National Poultry Improvement Plan or the entire supervision of the National Poultry Improvement Plan or the entire flock of origin must be tested and found free of Pullorum-Typhoid flock of origin must be tested and found free of Pullorum-Typhoid diseasewithin withinthe thepast pastthirty thirty(30) (30)days dayspreceding preceding entry entry to to Oregon. Oregon. disease Horses Horses All horses and other equidae entering Oregon must have been tested All horses and other equidae entering Oregon must have been negative by the agar gel immunodiffusion (Coggins) test for Equine tested negative by the agar gel immunodiffusion (Coggins) test for Infectious Anemia (EIA) (EIA) withinwithin the previous six months. Equine Infectious Anemia the previous six months.

VALE VETERINARY CLINIC

541.473.3231 · 1590 John Day Hwy · Vale

ANIMAL WELFARE POLICY Oregon Fairs Association ANIMAL WELFARE POLICY The fitting and showing of Fairs livestock are traditional hallmarks of Oregon Association Oregon’s fair industry as are rodeos and horse racing. Each year, tens of The fitting and showing of livestock are traditional hallmarks of thousands of 4-H and FFA as and well horse as adults, actively participate Oregon’s fair industry asmembers, are rodeos racing. Each year, tens in competitions involving cattle, horses, hogs, sheep, goats, chickens, of thousands of 4-H and FFA members, as well as adults, actively ducks, geese, in llamas, rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs,horses, dogs andhogs, othersheep, animals. participate competitions involving cattle, goats, chickens,the ducks, geese, of llamas, rabbits, hamsters, pigs, Considering importance animals to Oregon fairs, itguinea shall be dogs and other animals. the policy of members of the Oregon Fairs Association to treat all aniConsidering the importance of animals to Oregon fairs, it shall be the mals at the fair in a humane manner. Animals shall be provided clean policy of members of the Oregon Fairs Association to treat all animals bedding, food manner. and water, and fairshall exhibitors shall keep their at the fairadequate in a humane Animals be provided clean animals from harm. It shall further be the policy of OFA members to bedding, adequate food and water, and fair exhibitors shall keep their animalsanimals from harm. shall furtherby bethe thegeneral policy public of OFAand members to protect from Itmistreatment to assure protect animals mistreatment by the general public and to assure the safety of fair from patrons. Persons in charge of fair activities involving the safety of fair patrons. Persons charge of fair activities involving animals shall be made aware of thisinpolicy. (OFA 10/88) animals shall be made aware of this policy. (OFA 10/88)

MALHEUR COUNTY VET MALHEUR COUNTYFAIR FAIR VET Dr. Angie Allum lives in Vale where she practices and operates Vale Dr. Angie Allum lives in Vale where she practices and operates Vale Veterinary She and husband a small of in cattle Veterinary Clinic. Clinic. She has her a small herdhave of cattle andherd ropes herand free rope in their free time. Dr. Allum has many fond memories of 4-H time. Dr. Allum has many fond memories of 4-H during her youth where she participated in market beef and many other projects. Fair week during her youth where she participated in market beef and many otheris a special event for Dr.isAllum during projects. Fair week a special eventthe foryear. Dr. Allum during the year.

OPEN CLASS CLASS DEPARTMENT OPEN DEPARTMENT 1. Red BarnBarn Exhibits are checked in on July 25 from pm 1. Red Exhibits are checked inSunday, on the Monday prior 1-to5the and/or Monday, July 26 from noon 7 pm. prior to the beginning of beginning of the Malheur County Fair from Noon to 7 pm, with thethe Malheur County Fair from Noon to 7 pm, with the exceptions as noted. exceptions as noted. Advanced registration is encouraged. Exhibitor tags are a. Flowers in onJuly Wednesday 7 am -to5 9pm am.M-F. available in the are Fairchecked office from 12 - Julyfrom 23, 10am b. Onion Decorating and Veggie Critters can be checked a. Flowers are checked in on Wednesday from 7 am to 9:30 am.in on b. Veggie Critters checkedin inon onFriday Monday can to bethe checked in Monday or can be checked justorprior judging on Friday priorShed. to the judging at the Loafing Shed. at the just Loafing c. Decorated Veggie Critters will then be placed inwill the Red for c. Both Decorated Onions and Veggie Critters thenBarn be placed display until the end of the fair. in the Red Barn for display until the end of the fair. 2. Exhibits will be released from 8 am to 2 pm on Sunday, August 2. Exhibits will be released from 8 am tocan 2 pm on Sunday, 1, 2021. No exceptions. Ribbons and premiums be picked up 4, or 2019. exceptions. andtopremiums at August that time the No following week Ribbons from 10 am 5 pm at thecan fairbe office. picked up at that time, or the following week from 10 pm to 3. Red at Barn 5 pm theSupervisors, fair office. Division Superintendents and the Fair

Board reserve the right toClasses exclude 4. Generally, Exhibitor areexhibits. defined by age. These Classes are: 4. Generally, Exhibitor Classes are defined by age. These Classes are: SENIOR (65 yrs & older) ADULT (19+ yrs) ADULT (19–64 yrs) INTERMEDIATE (14–18 yrs) INTERMEDIATE (14–18 yrs)yrs) PRE-INTERMEDIATE (7–13 PRE-INTERMEDIATE (9–13 yrs) JUNIOR (6 & under) Every Exhibitor Class does not necessarily exhibit in every division. JUNIOR (6–8 yrs) Some divisions are (5 judged with all competitors equal, some have youth PRE-JUNIOR & under) and adult divisions. Every Exhibitor Class does not necessarily exhibit in every division. The Professional Category in any division does not have an age Some divisions are judged with all competitors equal, some have youth classification. Professionals are defined as: andAnyone adult divisions. who produces items for sale in shops, does custom work for The Professional Category inasany division does not have an hire, is an instructor or advertises a business. cards can be displayed exhibits ageBusiness classification. Professionals arewith defined as: after the judging is complete. Anyone who produces items for sale in shops, does custom work for

3. Red Barn Supervisors, Division Superintendents and the Fair Board reserve the right to exclude exhibits.

hire, is an instructor or advertises as a business. Business cards can be displayed with exhibits after the judging is complete

Farm and farm service organizations, service organizations, churches, garden clubs, and businesses are an important part of the Malheur County Fair. Premiums will be offered for outstanding fair booths displayed.

first come, first served basis. 2. The Fair Booth must be in place by 2 p.m. Tuesday. 3. Score card used to judge exhibits based on: a. General Appearance and Attractiveness; b. Displaying a Central Idea; Boothsc.on a first of come first served basis. Quality Material; 2. The FairSigns; Booth must be in place by 2 p.m. Tuesday. d. Title e. Adaptability EXHIBITS MUST BE GROWN 3. Score card used to Fair judgeTheme.. exhibitsALL based on:

OPEN CLASS Fair Booth Exhibit OPEN CLASS Fair Booth Exhibit

Farm and farm service organizations, service organizations, churches, RULES: garden clubs, Booth and businesses an important part of prior the Malheur County 1. Exhibit must bearereserved two weeks to the opening day the Fair, will by contacting Malheur County Fair. Booths on a Fair.ofPremiums be offered the for outstanding fair booths displayed. RULES: Malheur County Fair 2021  1. Exhibit Booth scheduling must be completed two weeks prior to the opening day of the Fair, by contacting the Malheur County Fair.

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4. ALL must grown or produced in the last 12 months by e. exhibits Adaptability tobe Fair Theme. the the4.exhibitor.4 It will be at the judge’s discretion if all awards are given. 5. It 5. will be at the judge’s discretion if all awards are given. 2019 Fair Theme: Barn in the USA 6. 2021 Fair Theme: Summer’s BEST Tradition 6. 2019 Fair Colors: Red, White & Blue 7. 2021 Fair Colors: Blue, Green & Silver

FAIR BOOTH SPECIAL AWARD A traveling trophy, sponsored by Fort Boise Produce, will be awarded for the booth with the highest score card.

Premiums Offered Offered Per Per Class Premiums Class 1st— | 2nd— | 3rd— 1st— $25$25 | 2nd— $15 | $15 3rd— $10 $10 Class 100 — COMMERCIAL BUILDING BOOTH Class 100 — COMMERCIAL BUILDING BOOTH Class 101 — OUTSIDE BOOTHS/FOOD BOOTHS/RED BARN Class 101 — OUTSIDE BOOTHS/FOOD BOOTHS/RED BARN

FAIR THEME AWARD The Malheur County Fair board will award Special Judges Choice Ribbons for booths depicting: • Class 100 & 101 •

OPEN LivestockDivision Division OPENCLASS CLASS Livestock Fees associated with the examination and treatment of any animal at the fair by the fair veterinarian are the responsibility of the animal’s associated with the and treatment ofBoard any animal owner.Fees Payment is required at examination the time of service. The Fair is not at the fairfor by fees the fair veterinarian areanimals. the responsibility of the animal’s responsible generated on sick The fair veterinarian Payment required at period the time of service. Boardfor is willowner. be available at aisdesignated each day. SeeThe the Fair fair office notIn responsible forsituations, fees generated sick animals. The fair times. emergency theon fair veterinarian can beveterinarian contacted will be at a designated period each day. See the fair office for through theavailable fair office. times. In emergency situations, the fair veterinarian can be contacted through the fair office. GENERAL RULES GENERAL RULES 1. Pre-registration. In order to ensure adequate stall space, it it 1. Pre-registration. In order to ensure adequate stall space, willwill be necessary to to pre-register allall animals be necessary pre-register animalsononororbefore beforeJuly July 12. 9. This mailingthe thenecessary necessary information to the Thismay may be be done done by by mailing information to the Malheur Malheur County Fair Board 7959th NW 9th Street, Ontario, OR County Fair Board Office,Office, 795 NW Street, Ontario, OR 97914. 97914.Application for entry into any classes not requiring pedigree must bear Application any sex, classes notand requiring pedigree must date of birth,for orentry age ofinto animal, breed, ear tag or tattoo number. bear date ofcompeting birth, or age animal, breed, and tagtype, or tattoo Animals in of these classessex, shall be true toear breed and if number. Animals these classes shall befrom truecompetition. to breed not, may at the competing discretion ofinjudges, be eliminated type, and not, may at theatdiscretion of judges, from Anyifanimal arriving the Fairgrounds thatbeiseliminated not pre-registered competition. will be assigned space only in the event that vacant space exists over Any arriving at the Fairgrounds that is not pre-registered andanimal above the assigned pre-registered livestock. will be2. assigned space only in theNO event that vacant space exists Crossover exhibits will LONGER be allowed fromover 4-H andand/or above FFA the assigned pre-registered livestock. into the Open Class division. 2. Crossover exhibits will LONGER beatallowed from 4-H and/or 3. Registration Day.NO Upon arrival the Fairgrounds, submit FFAhealth into the Open Class division. certificate and, in the case of registered animals, reg3.istry Registration Upon Class arrival at thebefore Fairgrounds, submit papers, atDay. the Open Office unloading. A Health health certificate and,will in the case of registered animals, registry Information Form be provided by exhibitor on each animal papers, at thewith Openthe Class before unloading. A Health and filed FairOffice Office. Information Form be provided bymaterial exhibitor each animal 4. Straw will will be used for bedding in on all livestock barns. andStraw filedwill with Office. areas on the grounds and exhibitors will bethe keptFair in designated 4.beStraw will befor used for bedding in Exhibitors all livestock barns. responsible getting it to the material area of use. must furnish Straw will be kept insuch designated areas on the groundsetc. andVehicles exhibitors own equipment, as wheelbarrows, pitchforks, will willnot be responsible gettingarea it toafter the area of use. must be allowed infor livestock 9 A.M. eachExhibitors morning. Sawdust furnish equipment, such as wheelbarrows, pitchforks, will own be used in the swine barn and the small animal etc. barn. Vehicles will not be allowed in livestock area after 9 A.M. each to care for 5. Care of Animals. Each exhibitor will be expected morning. Sawdust be used in the swine barn and the small his own animals.will If unable to do so, exhibitor must arrange for someanimal barn. one to take care of their animals. Unattended animals may result in 5. Care of Animals. Each exhibitor will be expected to care for his own animals. If unable to do so, exhibitor must arrange for someone to take care of their animals. Unattended animals may result in

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disqualification. Stalls must be kept safe and clean at all times. 6. All animals entered must be in place not later than 7 p.m., disqualification. Stalls must special be kept dispensation safe and clean for at all times. Tuesday, July 27. Request other times. All animals entered must beof in Sire placeor notProduce later thanof7Dam p.m.,classes Tuesday, 7.6.Animals competing in Get need Julybe30. special dispensation other times. not theRequest property of a single owner for or members of his immediate 7. Animals competing in Get of Sire or Produce of Dam classes need family. not thesuperintendent property of a single owner or members of hiscompetition, immediate family. 8.be The shall exclude stock from 8. The superintendent shall exclude from competition, should in should there be any unnecessary delaystock on the part of the exhibitor there be any unnecessary delay on ring. the part of the bringing bringing the stock into the show When onexhibitor exhibit ininring, each the stock intobe theattended show ring. When exhibit in ring, animalBulls, must animal must and kepton under control ateach all times. attendedand andover, kept under control attoallhave times. Bulls, months and 6be months are required a ring in6the nose and over,be areshown required to staff have and a ring in the noseequipment. and must beAny shown must with other safety animal withseems staff dangerous and other safety that seems dan-will that may beequipment. disqualified.Any Allanimal competing animals gerous may beand disqualified. competing animals will be exhibited and be exhibited paraded All at the discretion of the Superintendent of paraded at the division. discretion of the Superintendent of that livestock division. that livestock animalshall shallbe be decorated decorated with trappings, nor 9.9.NoNo animal withany anyunnecessary unnecessary trappings, shallshall any ribbon previously won bewon placed theupon animal until after the nor any ribbon previously beupon placed the animal until judges have madehave theirmade award.their During the awarding of the premiums, after the judges award. During the awarding of the the exhibitors shall remain withshall theirremain entries,with but are in no instance premiums, the exhibitors their entries, butallowed are in no to comment uponto thecomment exhibit inupon question before the judges. before the instance allowed the exhibit in question 10. Washing of animals must be done on wash rack. judges. 11.Washing All livestock exhibitors will remove all bedding material 10. of animals must be done on wash rack. from thelivestock stall before leaving the Fairgrounds. beddingmaterial material 11. All exhibitors will remove allAll bedding is to the be placed in designated from stall, cleaned downdump to theareas. concrete or dirt, before 12. All and Dairy animals will have a neck rope with leaving theBeef Fairgrounds. All bedding material is to or bechain placed in a lead tied todump the manger in addition to a halter. This neck rope or chain designated areas. shall be used all Dairy times animals while in will the barns. 12. All Beefat and have a neck rope or chain with a being exhibitedtoat the fairThis must pass a health lead13. tiedAll to animals the manger in addition a halter. neck rope or chain checkbeby the at Fair prior being unloaded and stalled shall used allveterinarian times while in theto barns. at13. theAll fair. These being are theexhibited established formust vet checks: animals attimes the fair pass aMonday: health Horses—9 a.m.Fair to 11veterinarian a.m. Tuesday: prior Small Animals—7-10 a.m.; Swine—7check by the to being unloaded and 10 a.m.; at Goats—10 to 12are p.m.; Dairy—4-7 p.m.; Sheep—10-12 p.m.; stalled the fair.a.m. These the established times for vet checks: Beef—4-7Horses—9 p.m.; Dogs—TBD. Monday: a.m. to 11 a.m. Tuesday: Small Animals—7-10 14.Swine—7-10 Horses will enter west gate. ALL will enter through a.m.; a.m.;atGoats—10 a.m.other to 12animals p.m.; Dairy—4-7 p.m.; the south gate.p.m.; Beef—4-7 p.m.; Dogs—TBD. Sheep—10-12 15.Horses Open will Classenter market are not to be soldwill through 14. at animals west gate. ALLallowed other animals enterthe Junior Sales through the Committee south gate.Auction. 15. Open Class market animals are not allowed to be sold through the Junior Sales Committee Auction.

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BEEF CATTLE Superintendent— Karen Yoder Pre-registration is necessary by July 9 to insure stall space. Entry fee $5 per animal. All animals will have breed registry papers otherwise they will be shown in Class 106. See General Rules Open Class Livestock. Class 101 — HEREFORD (HORNED AND POLLED) Class 102 — BLACK ANGUS Class 103 — RED ANGUS Class 104 — CHI ANGUS Class 105 — OTHER BREEDS Heifer Class 01. Jr. Heifer Calves, 3/1/20 and after 02. Jr. Heifer Calves, 2/1/20 – 2/29/20 03. Jr. Heifer Calves, 1/1/20 – 1/31/20 Junior Champion and Reserve Champion Heifer 04. Late Sr. Heifer Calves, 11/1/19 – 12/31/19 05. Early Sr. Heifer Calves, 9/1/19 – 10/31/19 Senior Champion and Reserve Champion Heifer 06. Late Summer Yearling Heifer, 7/1/19 – 8/31/19 07. Early Summer Yearling Heifer, 5/1/19 – 6/31/19 Intermediate Champion and Reserve Champion Heifer 08. April Jr. Yearling, 4/1/19 - 4/30/19 09. March Jr. Yearling, 3/1/19 - 3/31/19 10. Early Jr. Yearling Heifer, 2/1/19 - 2/29/19 11. Early Jr. Yearling Heifer, 1/1/19 - 1/31/19 Junior Champion and Reserve Champion Female 12. Late Sr. Yearling, born 1/1/19 – 12/31/19 13. Early Sr. Yearlings, 9/1/19 – 10/31/19 Senior Champion and Reserve Champion Female Grand Champion and Reserve Champion Female 14. Cow/calf-cows 3 yrs of age and younger. Cows must be born Jan. 1, 2017 thru Aug. 21, 2018. Calf must be most recent calf and be born Jan. 1, 2020 or after. 15. Cow/calf-cows, 4 yrs of age and older, cows must be born Dec. 31, 2016 or earlier, Calf must be cow’s most recent natural calf and be born Jan. 1, 2020 or after. Grand Champion Cow/Calf pair (14/15) Reserve Champion Cow/Calf (14/15) Bull Class 16. Jr. Bull Calves, 3/1/21 and after 17. Jr. Bull Calves, 2/1/21 – 2/29/21 18. Jr. Bull Calves, 1/1/21 – 1/31/21 Junior Champion and Reserve Champion Bull Calf Class 19. Late Sr. Bull Calves, 11/1/19 – 12/31/19 20. Early Sr. Bull Calves, 9/1/19 – 10/31/19 Senior Champion and Reserve Champion Bull Calf 21. Late Summer Yearling Bull, 7/1/19 – 8/31/19 22. Early Summer Yearling Bull, 5/1/19 – 6/31/19 Intermediate Champion and Reserve Champion Bull 23. April Jr. Yearling Bull, 4/1/19 – 4/31/19 24. March Jr. Yearling Bull, 3/1/19 – 3/31/19

BEEF SPECIAL AWARDS

Pizza Hut will provide recognition to Open Class Youth Beef Showman

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25. Early Jr. Yearling Bull, 1/1/19 - 2/28/19 Junior Champion and Reserve Champion Bull 26. Sr. Yearling Bull, 9/1/18 – 12/31/18 27. Summer Sr. Yearling Bull, 5/1/18 – 8/31/18 28. Two year old Bull, 1/1/17 – 4/31/17 Senior Champion and Reserve Champion Bull Grand Champion and Reserve Champion Bull 29. Get of Sire—Four animals by one sire shown in above classes, both sexes represented. 30. Produce of dam—two animals either sex from one dam 31. Pair Yearlings—Junior or Senior Bulls, Junior or Senior Heifers 32. Pair of calves 33. Market Steer—minimum weight 1,000 pounds, all breeds a. Prospect Steer Show—any weight, not finished b. Finished Steer Show Class 33 a & b—may arrive before show & leave after show Pre-registration: $5.00 per animal 34. Breeders best three head—must be breeder and first owner. Cattle owned by other exhibitors may be included provided the exhibitor of the breeders three head is the breeder and first owner of the included animals(s). Animals must be exhibited in individual classes. Supreme Female Supreme Bull 35. OPEN CLASS YOUTH BEEF SHOWMANSHIP, Open to any youth under age 10. Open to any youth with animals not eligible for regular 4-H or FFA classes. No premiums. Preregister by July 12. 36. OPEN CLASS ADULT BEEF SHOWMANSHIP Class is open to any person over 18 years of age interested in showing. No premiums.

OPEN CLASS DAIRY CATTLE Superintendent— Mary Chamberlain Pre-registration by July 9 is required to insure adequate stall space. Entry fee is $5/animal. Show is on Wednesday of Fair. Vet check for Open Class Dairy is from 7-9 am prior to the show. If an animal that is eligible to show in the Senior Yearling class has freshened, she will show as a Junior Two Year Old. Class 100 — REGISTERED AYRSHIRES Class 101 — REGISTERED BROWN SWISS Class 102 — REGISTERED GUERNSEYS Class 103 — REGISTERED HOLSTEINS Class 104 — REGISTERED JERSEYS Class 105 — REGISTERED OTHER Class 106 — CROSSBRED Section No. 01. Junior Heifer Calf, born March 1 to May 30 of this year 02. Junior Bull Calf, born March 1 to May 30 of this year 03. Intermediate Heifer Calf, born December 1 to February 29 of this year 04. Senior Heifer Calf, born September 1 to November 30 of previous year 05. Junior Yearling Heifer, born March 1 to August 31 of previous year

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06. S  enior Yearling Heifer born September 1 to February 28 of previous year Champion and Reserve Champion Heifer in each breed--Rosette Grand Champion Heifer in Open Show, from Champion Females 07. Junior Two Year Old Cow and Senior Yearling in Milk 08. Senior Two Year Old Cow 09. Three and Four Year Old Cow 10. Five Year Old Cow and Over 11. Dry Cow Champion and Reserve Champion Cow in each breed--Rosette Grand Champion Cow in Open Show, from Champion Females Best Dairy in Open Show, from Grand Champion Females 12. Dam and Daughter, cow and one daughter owned by same exhibitor. 13. Dairy Herd, three dairy animals owned by the same exhibitor.

SHOWMANSHIP CLASSES 14. Open Class Youth Dairy Showmanship Open to any youth under grade 4, with animals not eligible for regular 4-H or FFA classes. No premiums. Pre-register by July 9. 15. Open Class Adult Dairy Showmanship. Class is open to any person over 18 years of age interested in showing Dairy. No premiums.

DAIRY SPECIAL AWARDS

Pizza Hut will provide recognition to Open Class Youth Dairy Showman OPEN CLASS Dairy GOATS Superintendent—Sandy Cunha Pre-registration required by July 9, 2021. Entry fee is $5/animal. All goats must be dehorned or tipped. All goats must be tattooed or have USDA scrapie ear-tag in ear. Limit 2 animals per section (as space permits). Premium will only be paid for 1 entry per person. Class 100-Alpine Class 102- Dairy Cross Class 104- Nigerian Class 106-Oberhasli Class 108-Toggenburg Class 110-Other (pure breed)

Class 101-Angora Class 103- Lamancha Class 105-Nubian Class 107-Saanen Class 109- Sable

Section No. 01. Junior Doe Kid, April 1 to June 30 of this year 02. Intermediate Doe Kid, March 1 to March 31 of this year 03. Senior Doe Kid, January 1 to February 29 of this year Junior Champion Female, each breed 04. Dry Yearling Doe 05. Milking Yearling Doe 06. Mature Two Year Old Doe 07. Mature Doe, three years and under five years 08. Mature Doe, five years and under seven years Senior Champion Female, each breed Grand Champion Female

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Best Doe in Open Show, from Grand Champion Females 09. Dam and Daughter, doe and one offspring owned by same exhibitor. 10. Dairy Goat Herd, three female goats owned by the same exhibitor. 11. Wether, all breeds competing 12. Open Class Youth Goat Showmanship. Open to any youth under grade 4, with animals not eligible for regular 4-H or FFA classes. No premiums. Pre-register by July 9. 13. Open Class Adult Goat Showmanship. Class is open to any person over 18 years of age interested in showing dairy goats. No premiums.

OPEN CLASS MEAT GOATS Superintendent—Sandy Cunha Pre-registration required by July 9, 2021. Entry fee is $5/animal. Meat goats may be shown with horns. All goats must be tattooed or have USDA scrapie ear-tag in ear. Limit 2 animals per section (as space permits). Premium will only be paid for 1 entry per exhibitor. Class 100-Boers Class 101-Boer Cross Class 102- Other (Pure Breed) Class 103-Pygmy Section No. •  Junior Doe : 1-6 months old •  Junior Doe : 6-9 months old •  Junior Doe : 9-12 months old •  Yearling Doe: 12-16 months old •  Yearling Doe: 16-20 months old •  Yearling Doe: 20-24 months old •  Senior Doe: 24-36 months old •  Senior Doe: Older than 36 months Junior Champion Female, each breed Senior Champion Female, each breed Grand Champion Female Best Doe in Open Show, from Grand Champion Females 01. Dam and Daughter, doe and one offspring owned by same exhibitor. 02. Exhibitor Herd, three female goats owned by the same exhibitor. 03. Market Goat Wethers and Does competing. Minimum weight of 65 lbs., maximum weight 120 lbs., must have milk teeth. Market classes to be divided by weight. Cannot be sold at Junior Livestock Auction. 04. Open Class Youth Meat Goat Showmanship. Open to any youth under grade 4, with animals not eligible for regular 4-H or FFA classes. No premiums. Pre-register by July 9. 05. Open Class Adult Goat Showmanship. Class is open to any person over 18 years of age interested in showing meat goats. No premiums.

OPEN CLASS PYGMY GOATS Section No. DOE CLASSES 01. Junior Doe Kid, March 2 to June 1 of this year

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02. Junior Doe Kid, December 2 to March 1 of this year 03. Junior Doe Kid, September 2 to December 1 of previous year 04. Junior Doe, (not in milk) September 2 to September 1 of previous year 05. S  enior Doe, (in milk) September 2 to September 1 (must have freshened at least once, not necessarily in milk at show time) of previous year 06. Senior Two Year Old Doe 07. Senior Three Year Old Doe 08. Four and Five Year Old Doe 09. Over Five Years Old Doe 10. Pygmy Doe in Milk-all ages above yearling competing 11. Dam and Produce, doe and one daughter, owned by same exhibitor. 12. Pygmy Goat Herd, three female goats owned by the same exhibitor. WETHER CLASSES 01. Junior Wether up to 6 months 02. Junior Wether 6 months to 1 year 03. Senior Yearling Wether

SHOWMANSHIP CLASSES

01. Open Class Youth Pygmy Goat Showmanship (Does & Wethers compete together). Open to any youth under grade 4, with animals not eligible for regular 4-H or FFA classes. No premiums. Pre-register by July 9. 02. Open Class Adult Pygmy Goat Showmanship. Class is open to any person over 18 years of age interested in showing pygmy goats. No premiums.

GOAT SPECIAL AWARDS

Pizza Hut will provide recognition to Open Class Youth Goat Showman

HORSE Superintendents — Joydean Williams, Jolene Masterson, Ashley Armichardy Pre-registration by July 9 is necessary to insure stall. Entry fee is $5.00 per horse.ASTM-SEI approved helmets with chinstrap engaged required. Class 101 — SHOWMANSHIP Class 102 — WESTERN EQUITATION Class 103 — WESTERN PLEASURE Class 104 — TRAIL

RANCH HORSE Superintendent — TBD Class 105 —  RANCH HORSE ROPING (ground only) see 4-H Ranch Horse rules

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Superintendent— Bo Bourasa & Charlie Smits Class 106 — IDENTIFICATION SKILLS TEST see 4-H Ranch Horse rules Section No. 01. Grades K-1 02. Grades 2 & 3— first year of riding 03. Grades 2 & 3— at least 2 years of experience riding. May be required to do more obstacles Must be able to canter safely to be eligible for pleasure class. Rail work only, no patterns. Managed according to American Quarter Horse Assoc. rules. Recognition will be provided to all participants in each section.

HORSE SPECIAL AWARDS

Joy Dean Williams, Jolene Masterson & Della McAvoy will provide Open Class Youth Horse Awards Jolene Masteron will provide an award for Open Class Horse Showman SHEEP Superintendent— Renee Cummings All sheep will have a USDA scrapie tag in ear. Pre-registration by July 9 is necessary to insure pen space. Entry fee $5 per animal. Open Class sheep must be shorn, clean and fitted. Class 101 — SUFFOLK Class 102 — HAMPSHIRE Class 103 — DORSET/DORSET ADVANTAGE Class 104 — TUNIS Class 105 — CALIFORNIA RED Class 106 — CROSSBREDS Class 107 — NATURALS Class 108 — SOUTHDOWNS Class 109 — OTHER BREEDS (List on Entry) Section No. 01. Spring Ram Lamb, born after Jan. 1 of current year 02. Pair Spring Ram Lambs, born after Jan. 1 of current year 03. Yearling Ram, 1 yr. & under two 04. Pair Yearling Rams, 1 yr. & under two 05. Mature Ram, 2 yrs & over Champion & Reserve Ch. Rams, Sections 1, 3, 5— Rosette 06. Spring Ewe Lamb, born after Jan. 1 of current year 07. Pair of Spring Ewes Lambs, born after Jan. 1 of current year 08. Yearling Ewe, 1 yr. & under two 09. Pair Yearling Ewes, 1 yr. & under two 10. Mature Ewe, 2 yrs & over Champion & Reserve Ch. Ewe, Sections 6, 8, 10— Rosette 11. Breeders Young Flock, 1 ram lamb, 2 ewe lambs, all bred and owned by exhibitor 12. Flock, ram any age, 2 yearling ewes, 2 ewe lambs (must be shown in individual sections) 13. Get of Sire, 4 animals, any age, both sexes represented, sired by same ram, bred & owned by exhibitor 14. Best Pair, 2 any age; 1 ram, 1 ewe bred & owned by exhibitor

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15. Open Class Youth Sheep Showmanship, Open to any youth, under 4th grade, with animals not eligible for regular 4-H or FFA classes. No premiums. Pre-register by July 9. 16. Adult Sheep Showmanship Contest. Open to any person over 18 interested in showing sheep. Regular showmanship contest with official judge. Cleanliness scored 50% and showmanship scored 50%. Class will be divided by age. Contest following sheep classes Thursday. 17. Market Lamb, wether or ewe cannot be sold at Junior livestock auction

SHEEP SPECIAL AWARDS

Pizza Hut will provide an award for Open Class Youth Showman Jess Jackson will provide an award for the Champion Hampshire Female Payette River Sheep Supply will provide the following awards: Banner for each Breed Champion Ewe Banner for each Breed Reserve Champion Ewe Banner for each Breed Champion Ram Banner for each Breed Reserve Champion Ram Trophy for Overall Supreme Grand Champion Ewe Trophy for Overall Supreme Grand Champion Ram Trophy for Overall Supreme Reserve Grand Champion Ewe Trophy for Overall Supreme Reserve Grand Champion Ram SWINE Superintendents— Chris Carlton Pre-registration by July 9 is necessary to ensure adequate pen space. Entry fee $5 per animal. Out-of-state hogs must meet requirements for interstate shipment. Show time Wednesday. Class 101 — YORKSHIRE Class 102 — HAMPSHIRE Class 103 — LANDRACE Class 104 — DUROC Class 105 — OTHER BREEDS Section No. 01. March-May Gilt 03. January Gilt 02. February Gilt 04. Fall Gilt (Aug 1 – Dec 31) Best Two Females Champion Gilt— Ribbon 05. O  PEN CLASS YOUTH SWINE SHOWMANSHIP Open to any youth, under grade 4, with animals not eligible for regular 4-H or FFA classes. No premiums. Pre-register by July 9. 06. M  arket Hog (gilt or barrow) Cannot be sold at Junior Livestock auction. Open Class Market Show is open to any animal that is not registered or exhibited in 4-H or FFA market classes and makes the minimum 225 lbs.

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OPEN CLASS Small Animals Division Open Class Market Hogs cannot be sold at the Jr Livestock Auction.

Superintendent— TBD

CAVIES Permanent identification is required. Class 101 — AMERICAN Class 102 — PERUVIAN Class 103 — ABYSSINIAN Class 104 — TEDDY Class 105 — OTHER BREEDS (list on entry) Class 106 — CROSSBREEDS Section No. 01. Junior Sow, up to 4 months 02. Junior Boar, up to 4 months 03. Inter. Sow, 4 to 6 months 04. Inter. Boar, 4 to 6 months 05. Senior Sow, 6 months and over 06. Senior Boar, 6 months and over Class 107 — OPEN CLASS YOUTH CAVY SHOWMANSHIP Class is scheduled before 4-H showmanship classes. Open to any youth, under grade 4, with animals not eligible for regular 4-H or FFA classes. No premiums. Pre-register by July 9.

POULTRY Pre-register by July 9. Entry fee $3 per bird. Exhibitors will be required to be present to show bird. All birds will be banded with a numbered leg band. All poultry will be blood tested for Pullorum/ Typhoid by OR. Dept. of Ag. Must meet health requirements and physical exam to be shown.

SMALL ANIMAL SPECIAL AWARDS Pizza Hut will provide recognition to Open Class Youth Showman

CAVY SPECIAL AWARDS

Recognition will be provided for Open Class Youth Cavy Showman CHICKENS

Class 101 — APA STANDARD BREED LARGE FOWL Class 102 — NON-APA STANDARD BREED LARGE FOWL Class 103 — CROSSBRED LARGE FOWL Class 104 — APA & ABA STANDARD BREED BANTAM Class 105 — NONSTANDARD BREED BANTAM FOWL Class 106 — CROSSBRED BANTAM

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Section No. 01. Pullet hatched this year 02. Cockerel hatched this year 03. Hen prior to this year’s hatch 04. Cock prior to this year’s hatch Champion and Reserve Champion each class, male or female Class 107 — MARKET CHICKEN, less than 20 weeks of age Section No. 01. Fryer, 4-6 lbs., under 56 days, pen of three 02. Roaster, over 6 lbs., less than 5 months, pen of three Champion & Reserve Champion, sections 1–2. OTHER FOWL Class 108 — APA STANDARD BRED DUCK Class 109 — COMMERCIAL NONSTD. BREED AND/OR CROSSBRED DUCK Class 110 — APA STANDARD BRED GOOSE Class 111 — COMMERCIAL NONSTD. BREED AND/OR CROSSBRED GOOSE Class 112 — APA STANDARD BRED TURKEY Class 113 — COMMERCIAL NONSTD. BREED AND/OR CROSSBRED TURKEY Class 114 — OTHER (no emus or ostriches) Section No. 01. Young female, hatched this year 02. Young male, hatched this year 03. Old female, prior to this year’s hatch 04. Old male, prior to this year’s hatch Class 115 — PIGEONS Young bird classes denote pigeons born in the same year as fair. Sections No. 01. Fancy Pigeons, old hen 02. Fancy Pigeons, old cock 03. Fancy Pigeons, young 04. Racing Homer, old hen 05. Racing Homer, old cock 06. Racing Homer, young 07. Bimingham Roller, old hen 08. Bimingham Roller, old cock 09. Bimingham Roller, young 10. Doves Champion & Reserve Champion, sections 1–9 Class 116 — GAME BIRDS 01. Pair, male/female

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EGGS Eggs will be displayed in Girvin Hall. They will be judged on both interior and exterior quality. Class 117 — CHICKEN Class 119 — TURKEY Class 118 — DUCK Class 120 — OTHER Section No. 01. White, 6 eggs 03. Other, 6 eggs 02. Brown, 6 eggs Class 121 — OPEN CLASS YOUTH POULTRY SHOWMANSHIP Class 122 — OPEN CLASS YOUTH PIGEON SHOWMANSHIP

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Open to any youth, under grade 4, with animals not eligible for regular 4-H or FFA classes. No premiums. Pre-register by July 12.

POULTRY SPECIAL AWARDS

Recognition will be provided for Open Class Youth Poultry Showman

PIGEON SPECIAL AWARDS

Recognition will be provided for Open Class Youth Pigeon Showman NO OPEN CLASS RABBITS IN 2021

Because of disease, there will be no open class rabbits allowed at the 2021 Fair.

RABBITS

Entry $3 per animal. Exhibitors must be present to show their rabbits and will carry their rabbits to the judging table and show them while they are being judged. Animals must meet show health requirements. Permanent ear tattoo required. Class 101 — MARKET RABBITS All breeds competing Section No. 01. Fryer, 3 1/2 to 5 lbs., pen of 3, under 69 days judged on conformation, condition and uniformity. Mini breeds will be under 3 1/2 lbs. 02. Roaster, 5 to 7 1/2 lbs., pen of 3, 69 to 90 days, judged on conformation, condition and uniformity. Champion and Reserve Champion each section HEAVYWEIGHTS Class 102 — CALIFORNIA Class 103 — NEW ZEALAND WHITE Class 104 — OTHER HEAVYWEIGHT BREEDS (list on entry) Class 105 — CROSSBREEDS Section No. 01. Pre-Junior Doe, up to 3 months 02. Junior Doe, 3 to 6 months 03. Intermediate Doe, 6 to 8 months 04. Senior Doe, over 8 months 05. Pre-Junior Buck, up to 3 months 06. Junior Buck, 3 to 6 months 07. Intermediate Buck, 6 to 8 months 08. Senior Buck, over 8 months Champion and Reserve Champion, each breed LIGHTWEIGHTS Class 106 — MINILOP Class 107 — POLISH Class 108 — OTHER LIGHTWEIGHT BREEDS (list on entry) Class 109 — CROSSBREEDS Section No. 01. Junior Doe, 3 to 6 months 02. Senior Doe, over 6 months 03. Junior Buck, 3 to 6 months 04. Senior Buck, over 6 months Champion and Reserve Champion, each breed

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Class 110 — RABBIT PELTS Pelts must have been taken from rabbits owned by the exhibitor during the current year and must have been skinned, stretched and prepared by the exhibitor. Each exhibitor is limited to a maximum of two pelts. They may be in the same class. They will be divided into sub-classes by weight for judging: fryer pelts, 2 1/4 to 4 ounces, baker pelts, 4 to 8 ounces, and mature pelts, over 8 ounces. A champion pelt will be selected. Freedom from holes, flesh or fat, mildew, hutch stains and general condition of the pelt will be considered as well as the density, texture and quality of the fur. Section No. 01. Raw Pelt, inside out tube stretched and dried 02. Tanned Pelt, split at belly and tanned flat 03. Tanned Rabbit Pelt Product, limited to one Class 111 — OPEN CLASS YOUTH RABBIT SHOWMANSHIP Open to any youth, under grade 4, with animals not eligible for regular 4-H or FFA classes. No premiums. Pre-register by July 9. No open class rabbits at 2021 Fair

DOG SHOW Superintendent— Keri Osborne Crates are required for all dogs. All dogs must be on a leash while on the Fairgrounds. Dogs are not allowed in or around the livestock barns. The dogs are to have been trained by the exhibitor. No females in heat are allowed. All dogs must be current on immunizations (Rabies, DH or DHP and Parvo Virus) and have been free of any

infectious illness for 30 days before the show. If the dog is not current on immunizations, it will not be allowed to show. Drilling and correction while on the show grounds is not allowed. Dogs must wear properly fitted collars. This class is open to those not eligible for 4-H classes. Pre-registration by July 9, entry $3 per animal. Class 101 — OBEDIENCE All obedience classes are based on the level of the dog, not by the age of the participant. Section No. 01. Pre-Novice Dog Obedience Beginner 02. Novice Dog Obedience 03. Graduate Novice Dog Obedience 04. Advanced Graduate Novice Dog Obedience 05. Open Dog Obedience 06. Open Challenge Dog Obedience 07. Utility Dog Obedience 08. Veteran/Handicapped Dog Obedience 09. Brace Dog Class Class 102 — OPEN CLASS ADULT SHOWMANSHIP Class is scheduled following 4-H showmanship classes. Open to adult amateur status with dog not eligible for 4-H or FFA classes. No premiums. Pre-register by July 9. Class 103 — OPEN CLASS YOUTH SHOWMANSHIP Class is scheduled following 4-H showmanship classes. Open to any youth, under grade 4, with animals not eligible for regular 4-H or FFA classes. No premiums. Pre-register by July 9.

OPEN CLASS Agriculture Division Superintendents— Roger Findley & Herb Futter 1. All Age Groups Compete Equally. Exhibitor must be at least 4 years old and have participated in the maintenance and production of crop(s). 2. Commercial agricultural exhibits are ones where products are raised for profit. 3. Exhibitors are limited to only one entry per section for judging.

COMMERCIAL AGRICULTURE Exhibits judged on uniformity, quality, and commercial size. Class 100 — FIELD CORN Each exhibit shall consist of 6 ears. Section No. 2020 Production Crop 01. Yellow dent, best 6 ears 02. Other varieties, best 6 ears 03. Bundle of stalks, 3 or more Class 101 — FLAKES OF HAY One cutting entry per year. Flakes must be tied or secured in plastic. Section No.

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01. Alfalfa hay, 6” flake 02. Grass hay, 6” flake 03. Other Variety, 6” flake 04. Chopped alfalfa, full gallon resealable bag 05. Other Variety— Chopped, full gallon resealable bag Class 102 — ONIONS Exhibit shall consist of 3 onions Section No. 01. Yellow Spanish Sweet 03. White 02. Red 04. Other Variety Class 103 — POTATOES Exhibit shall consist of 3 tubers. Section No. 01. Red 04. White 02. Russet 05. Other 03. Yukon Gold Class 104 — SHEAVES Each exhibit shall be at least 3 inches in diameter at the base 01. Alfalfa, any variety 02. Barley, any variety

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03. Oats, any variety 04. Wheat, any variety 05. Other Sheaves, any variety Class 105 — SUGAR BEETS Each exhibit shall consist of 3 Sugar Beets. 01. Sugar beets Class 106 — SWEET CORN Each exhibit shall consist of 6 ears. 01. Sweet corn for canning or freezing Class 107 — THRESHED GRAIN, VEGETABLE & SMALL SEEDS Exhibit consists of 2–3 cups of grain/seed in a resealable bag. Section No. 01. Barley, any variety 02. Beans, any variety 03. Corn— Shell 04. Wheat, any variety 05. Seeds, other variety

HOME GARDEN Exhibits judged on uniformity, size, and quality. The exact number of items of produce is required to constitute an exhibit to be judged. Class 108 — EGGS 01. Chicken Eggs - White (6) 02. Chicken Eggs - Brown (6) 03. Chicken Eggs - Other (6) 04. Eggs - Turkey, Duck, Other (6) Class 109 — FRUITS, BERRIES & NUTS Section No. 01. Apples - any variety (3) 02. Apricots (3) 03. Berries - Blackberries (12) 04. Berries - Blueberries (12) 05. Berries - Gooseberries (12) 06. Berries - Raspberries (12) 07. Berries - Strawberries (12) 08. Grapes - Green (1 bunch) 09. Grapes - other variety (1 bunch) 10. Melon - Cantaloupe (1 melon) 11. Melon - Watermelon (1 melon) 12. Melon - other variety (1 melon) 13. Nectarines (3) 14. Nuts - in a shell (6) 15. Peaches (3) 16. Pears (3) 17. Plums (3) 18. Prunes (3) 19. Other Fruits (3), Nuts (6) or Berries (12), any variety Class 110 — HERBS Culinary only. 5 stems to a bundle, or 1 inch in diameter bundle

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for small herbs (such as Chives). Display in clear container in water. Stems below water level should be stripped of foliage. Section No. 09. Parsley 01. Basil 10. Rosemary 02. Chives - all varieties 11. Sage, all colors & varieties 03. Dill 12. Spearmint 04. Lavender 13. Tarragon 05. Lemon Grass 14. Thyme 06. Marjoram 15. Other Culinary Herbs 07. Mint 08. Oregano Class 111 — HONEY 01. Comb honey, at least one comb 02. Extracted honey, in clear container at least 1 pint 03. Largest and most attractive display of apiarian products Class 112 — ONIONS Exhibits judged on uniformity, size, and quality. The exact number of items of produce is required to constitute an exhibit to be judged. Section No. 01. Green Onions (3) 02. Leeks (3) 03. Yellow Spanish Sweet Onion (3) 04. Red Onions (3) 05. White Onions (3) 06. Onion, other variety (3) Class 113 — POTATOES Section No. 01. Red (3) 02. Russet (3) 03. Yukon Gold (3)

04. White (3) 05. Sweet (3) 06. Potatoes, other variety (3)

Class 114 — VEGETABLES Section No. 01. Asparagus Spears (3) 02. Beans - Green String (6) 03. Beans - other variety (6) 04. Beets - table (3) 05. Broccoli florets (3) 06. Cabbage - Green (1 head) 07. Carrots - Orange (3) 08. Carrots - other vareity (3) 09. Cauliflower (1 head) 10. Celery (1 bunch) 11. Corn- Sweet (3 ears) Kernels exposed 12. Cucumber - Armenian (3) 13. Cucumber - Lemon (3) 14. Cucumber - pickling (3) 15. Cucumber - slicing (3) 16. Eggplant - any variety (1) 17. Garlic bulb (1) 18. Garlic bulb - Elephant (1) 19. Garlic Braid (includes at least 6 bulbs) 20. Gourds - Larger than 6” diameter (1) 21. Gourds - Smaller than 6” diameter (3)

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22. Horseradish Root (3) 23. Kale (3) 24. Kohlrabi (1) 25. Lettuce - any variety (6 leaves or 1 head) 26. Okra (6) 27. Parsnips (6) 28. Peas - any variety (6) 29. Peas - Sugar Snap (6) 30. Peppers - Bell (3) 31. Peppers - Yellow-Sweet (3) 32. Peppers - Jalapeno (3) 33. Peppers - Other Hot Chili (3) 34. Peppers - Long Taper (3) 35. Pumpkin (1) 36. Pumpkin Miniature (3) 37. Radish (3) 38. Rhubarb Stalk (3) 39. Shallots (3) 40. Spinach (6 leaves) 41. Squash - Acorn (1) 42. Squash - Butternut (1) 43. Squash - small crookneck (1) 44. Squash - Yellow Straightneck (1) 45. Squash - Zucchini 10” or less (1) 46. Squash - Other Variety (1) 47. Sunflower Head for Seeds (1) 48. Swiss Chard (3 leaves) 49. Tomatillos (3) 50. Tomatoes - Red Cherry (3) 51. Tomatoes - other variety Cherry (3) 52. Tomatoes - Grape (3) 53. Tomatoes - yellow Pear, small (3) 54. Tomatoes - Green (3) 55. Tomatoes - Paste (3) 56. Tomatoes - Small red early (3) 57. Tomatoes - Large Red (3) 58. Tomatoes - Yellow (3) 59. Turnips (3) 60. Vegetable - any variety not listed (3) Class 115 — Large Ag Product Class 116 — Unusual Ag Product Open to both Commercial and Home Garden Exhibitors. The superintendent will determine whether a specimen is of a size or nature to qualify. Each section will award 1st and second place only. ALL fruits and vegetables will compete against each other in Classes 115 & 116. Section No. 01. Fruit 02. Vegetable Class 117 — AGRICULTURE CONTESTS Each section will award 1st place only. Section No. 01. Best Malheur Market Basket: Produce used in this Market Basket must be grown by the exhibitor. Market Basket is to be arranged in a suitable container, showing decorative use of home garden and field produce grown in Malheur County. To be judged on variety, quality and artistic aspects. ($25 gift certificate)

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02. Best Salsa Collection: Display arrangement of salsa ingredients to include at least 5 tomatoes and/or tomatillos, 3 onions, 3 bulbs of garlic and 6 peppers (any combination of hot, chili or specialty peppers). All ingredients must be grown by the exhibitor. Display ingredients in a basket, bowl or dish. Display must not exceed 20” in any dimension. ($20 Gift certificate) 03. Best Scarecrow: “Best Scarecrow’ will be a JACKPOT at our 2021 Fair. See details on page 85 $10 Jackpot entry fee per exhibitor, cash only.

VEGGIE CRITTERS

The Veggie Critter Class will be on Friday, July 30, from 1-3 pm under the Loafing Shed. Judging will begin at 3 pm. Entries can be made during Open Class entry on Monday or presented at the time of the judging. Anything entered on Monday will be included in the judging on Friday. Cash awards will be presented immediately after judging on Friday.

AGRICULTURE SPECIAL AWARDS

Outstanding Commercial Agriculture Exhibitor Sponsored by Fiesta Guadalajara, Ontario, OR Best Commercial & Best Home Garden Potato Exhibit Sponsored by The Malheur County Potato Growers Association Best Commercial & Best Home Garden Onion Exhibit Sponsored by Idaho-Oregon Onion Growers Best Home Garden Fruit— 1st Place & 2nd Place will receive an award from Fort Boise Produce Best Home Garden Vegetable— 1st Place & 2nd Place will receive an award from Fort Boise Produce Judge’s Choice of Largeest or Most Unusual Produce Award for overall winner in Class 115 Sponsored by Fiesta Guadalajara Best Malheur Market Basket Sponsored by Romio’s Pizza & Pasta, Ontario Best Salsa Collection Sponsored by El Erradero Restaurant, Ontario Best Scarecrow Sponsored by Andrews Seed Co HOME GARDEN SWEEPSTAKES AWARD Sponsored by Albertson’s

Winners of sweepstakes will be selected on total ribbon points won. In case of a tie, exhibitor with the most blue ribbons will win. Sweepstakes winner is not eligible to win if they won in the previous two years.

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Class 118 — VEGGIE CRITTERS Contest and prizes are sponsored by Ontario Saturday Market Section No. 01. Pre-Junior (6 yrs & under) 02. Junior (7–9 yrs) 03. Pre-Intermediate (10–13) 04. Intermediate (14–18 yrs) 05. Adult (18–64 yrs) 06. Senior (65 & over)

OPEN CLASS Art Division Superintendent— Cindy Barnes The Malheur County Fair board invites artists, professional and amateur, to exhibit their original works not previously shown at this fair. Classes are divided by Professional and the age of the artist. Sections are the same for all classes, with Junior and Pre-Junior having separate sections. 1. All works should be framed, matted or mounted and ready to hang (see below for each age category). Wires and screw eyes are suggested, or glued-on stick-on hangers, or plastic covers. Attach name, address and telephone number to back of work. Special display props such as edestals for sculpture should be provided by artists. 2. “Best of Show” and “Honorable Mention” awards will be selected from first and second place winners in the various sections within the class. Special awards will be selected at the discretion of the judges. 3. Exhibits will be checked out by the Art Superintendent on Sunday from 8 am to 2 pm. No exceptions. 4. Exhibitors are limited to only one entry per section for judging. 5. Single sheets of paper should be mounted on a backer board & ready to hang.

Class 200 — PROFESSIONAL (ANY AGE) Limited to 2 entries A professional is anyone who shows works for sale in galleries or art shows, or is an art instructor who advertises. Business cards may be put on artwork after judging is completed. There are no entry fees. Artists may enter up to (6) exhibits, but not more than (1) work in any section. Class 201 — SENIOR (65 YEARS AND OLDER) Class 202 — ADULT (19–64 YEARS OLD) Class 203 — INTERMEDIATE (14–18 YEARS) Class 204 — PRE-INTERMEDIATE (9–13 YEARS OLD) Section No. 01. Abstract - all mediums 02. Animals/Wildlife - All mediums 03. Collage - all mediums 04. Computer Art

ART SPECIAL AWARDS Best of Show— Professional Sponsored by Walmart Best of Show— Adult/Senior Sponsored by Walmart Best of Show— Intermediate/Pre-Intermediate Sponsored by Oregon Trail Hobbies & Gifts Best of Show— Junior/Pre-Junior Sponsored by Taco Time, Ontario Honorable Mention— Professional Sponsored by Wingers Restaurant Honorable Mention— Adult/Senior Sponsored by Kiwi Loco, Ontario

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Honorable Mention— Intermediate/Pre-Intermediate Honorable Mention— Junior/Pre-Junior Sponsored by The House that Built Art Judge’s Choice Youth Awards Intermediate/Pre-Intermediate/Junior/Pre-Junior Sponsored by Clint & Marilyn Rowe Best Fair Theme Exhibit Sponsored by Dutch Bros, Ontario PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD Sponsored by Malheur County Fair

A ribbon will be given to the exhibit that receives the most votes each day from Wednesday to Saturday. Only one award per exhibit during the fair.

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05. Etched Glass 06. Floral - All mediums 07. Realism 08. Glass Painting 09. Painting on 3-D object 10. Portrait - all mediums 11. Scenery - all mediums 12. Sculpture 13. Stained Glass - Hand Cut 14. Tangle Art 15. Fair Theme —Any Medium 16. Western 17. Cartoon/Fantasy 18. Any Other Art - not listed

03. Mosaic 04. Poster Art 05. Color Book (Pre-drawn Art), Any Medium 06. Drawings 07. Stained Glass 08. Fair Theme — any medium 09. Painting 10. Original Artwork 11. Any other art not listed

Class 205 — JUNIOR (6-8 YEARS OLD) Class 206 — PRE-JUNIOR (5 YEARS OLD & UNDER) All artwork must be matted or mounted and ready to hang. Poster board or construction paper are acceptable mounting for the Junior classes. Attach name, address and telephone number to back of work. Section No. 01. Collage 02. Computer Art

Class 207 — 2022 MALHEUR COUNTY FAIR BOOK COVER Open to all 0-18 years old residing in Malheur County. The winner’s design may be the 2022 Malheur County Fair book cover. All artwork must be original endeavors, and ready to display. Artwork MUST be designed vertically (example: 8.5” wide by 11” tall). Artwork has to be completed within the last year. One (1) entry per artist. Section No. 01. Photography (All types) 02. Dry Media (Graphite, chalk, pastel, charcoal, pencils {various styles}) 03. Wet Media (Paints, markers) 04. Digital Media (Computer aided designs) 05. Mixed Media (A mix of at least 2 other sections in one artistic piece)

OPEN CLASS Ceramics Division Superintendent— TBD 1. Enter in appropriate class for your age/experience — Professional, Adult, Intermediate, Pre-Intermediate, Junior. 2. A professional is anyone who shows work for sale in shops, does custom work, is an instructor, or owns a kiln. 3. Exhibitors are limited to only one entry per section for judging. Display pieces can be exhibited based upon available display area. 4. The superintendent reserves the right to refuse an exhibit if it is deemed too large, small, fragile, or valuable. 5. All work entered into this division must have been completed within the last year. 6. Identification must be securely attached.

Class 300 — PROFESSIONAL (ANY AGE) Class 301 — ADULT (19+ YRS) Class 302 — INTERMEDIATE (14–18 YRS) Class 303 — PRE-INTERMEDIATE (7–13 YRS) Class 304 — JUNIOR (6 YRS & under) 01. Ceramics, Greenware adaptation – applied decoration 02. Ceramics, Greenware adaptation – carving, incising, texturing, scraffito, clay, carve. 03. Ceramics, Underglaze – air brush 04. Ceramics, Underglaze – brush strokes, free brush design 05. Ceramics, Underglaze –regular 06. Ceramics, Glaze – combination 07. Ceramics, Glaze – crystal 08. Ceramics, Glaze –majolica

09. Ceramics, Glaze –metallic, glitter or luster glaze 10. Ceramics, Glaze – gloss 11. Ceramics, Glaze –matte 12. Ceramics, Glaze – textured 13. Ceramics, Overglaze – decal 14. Ceramics, Overglaze – luster 15. Ceramics, Overglaze – metallic: gold, silver 16. Ceramics, Non-fire – air brush 17. Ceramics, Non-fire – antiquing 18. Ceramics, Non-fire – dry brush 19. Ceramics, Non-fire – metallic: gold, silver 20. Ceramics, Non-fire – opaque 21. Ceramics, Non-fire – textured 22. Ceramics, Non-fire – translucent 23. Ceramics, Stain/Glaze combination 24. Ceramics, Chalking

CERAMICS SPECIAL AWARDS Best of Show— Pre-Intermediate from Wingers, Ontario Best of Show— Adult from Taco Time, Ontario Best of Show— Intermediate from Taco Time, Ontario Best of Show— Junior from Clint and Marilyn Rowe Best Fired—Youth from Taco Time, Ontario Best Non-Fired— Youth from Clint and Marilyn Rowe Best Underglaze— Youth from Tacos El Zarape, Ontario

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Best Decal— Youth sponsored by Taco Time, Ontario Best Ceramics Display given by Taco Time, Ontario Best Fair Theme Exhibit award from Dutch Bros, Ontario

PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD

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25. Ceramics, Hand-formed 26. Ceramics, Holiday – Christmas 27. Ceramics, Holiday – other 28. Ceramics, Miniature, under 3” 29. Ceramics, Cold Ceramics (plaster) 30. Ceramics, Miscellaneous 31. Porcelain, Glaze 32. Porcelain, Non-fire 33. Porcelain, Overglaze 34. Porcelain, Underglaze 35. Porcelain, Other 36. Stoneware, Glaze 37. Stoneware, Non-fire

38. Stoneware, Overglaze 39. Stoneware, Underglaze 40. Stoneware, Other 41. Pottery, any one 42. Clay, Coil 43. Clay, Pinch 44. Clay, Sculpture 45. Clay, Slab 46. Clay, Wheel 47. Clay, Other 48. Raku, Chemical reaction 49. Raku, Glaze 50. Raku, Glaze combination

51. Raku, Greenware adaption 52. Raku, Horse Hair 53. Raku, Matte glaze 54. Raku, Under glaze 55. Raku, Other 56. Fired Glass, Fired paint 57. Fired Glass, Fused 58. Fired Glass, Jewelry 59. Fired Glass, Sagged 60. Fired Glass, Slumped 61. Fired Glass, Other

OPEN CLASS Crafts & Hobbies Division Superintendent— Rita Piercy 1. Enter in appropriate category (A., Int., Pre-Int., Jr.) 2. Exhibitors are limited to one entry per section for judging. Display pieces can be exhibited based upon available display area. 3. The superintendent reserves the right to refuse an exhibit if it is deemed too large, small, fragile, or valuable. 4. All work entered into this division must have been completed within the last 12 months. 5. Identification must be securely attached. Class 400 — BASKETRY Section No. 01. Coiled, needle 02. Decorated 03. Twined

04. Woven 05. Other, any variety

Class 401 — BIRDHOUSES Section No. 01. Decorated birdhouse

02. Gourd birdhouse 03. Handmade, wooden birdhouse (no kits) 04. Wooden birdhouse from a kit 05. Other, any variety Class 402 — DECORATIVE PAINTING Decorative painting on wood, metal, plastic, glass or rock surface. Section No. 06. Christmas Decor 01. Painted from a pattern 07. Home Decor 02. Painted from own design 08. Any item of merit not 03. Folk art listed 04. Rosemalling 05. Tole painting Class 403 — DOLL HOUSES Section No. 01. Complete house with furnishings, handmade 02. Complete house with furnishings, from kit 03. Miniature furniture, handmade 04. Other item of merit not listed

CRAFTS & HOBBIES SPECIAL AWARDS Best Fair Theme Exhibit Sponsored by Dutch Bros, Ontario Crafts Sweepstakes Award Sponsored by Oregon Trail Hobbies & Gifts, Ontario Best of Show— Adult Sponsored by Far East Restaurant, Ontario Best of Show— Youth Sponsored by Subway, Ontario Best Model Aircraft Sponsored by Oregon Trail Hobbies & Gifts, Ontario Best Model Car Sponsored by Oregon Trail Hobbies & Gifts, Ontario Best Leathercraft Exhibit Sponsored by Mackey’s Steakhouse, Ontario Best Wood Exhibit Sponsored by Mackey’s Steakhouse, Ontario

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JUDGE’S CHOICE YOUTH AWARDS Junior/Intermediate Sponsored by Kathy Culbertson Best Jewelry Exhibit Sponsored by Victor & Elaine Nobel Best Other Craft (Class 411) Sponsored by Kiwi Loco Best Paper Craft (Class 412) Sponsored by Kiwi Loco PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD Sponsored by Malheur County Fair A ribbon will be given to the exhibit that receives the most votes each day from Wednesday to Saturday. Only one award per exhibit during the fair.

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Class 404 — FIBER Section No. 01. Macramé 03. Wheat Weaving 02. Weaving 04. Other, not listed Class 405 — JEWELRY Section No. 01. Necklace 02. Bracelet 03. Earrings 04. Pin

05. Set—2 or more pieces 06. Any other item of merit not listed

Class 406 — K’NEX Section No. 01. Large Creation (max. 20” cube) 02. Small Creation (under 12” cube) Class 407 — LEATHER Section No. 01. Accessories (wallet, purse, binder etc.) 02. Apparel (vest, chaps, hat etc.) 03. Horseman tools 04. Saddle 05. Any other item of merit not listed Class 408 — LEGOS Section No. 01. Large - Kit (max. 20” cube) 02. Large - Original (max. 20” cube) 03. Small - Kit (under 12” cube) 04. Small - Original (under 12” cube) Class 409 — METAL Section No. 01. Metal Sculpture—original use of material 02. Metal Sculpture—reworked material, i.e. horseshoe art, shovel bird 03. Metal with paper 04. Any other item of merit not listed Class 410 — MODELS Must be made by exhibitor Section No. 01. Aircraft 02. Car 03. Hot Rod or Roadster 04. Pickup, van or truck 05. Pinewood Derby Car Class 411 — OTHER CRAFTS Section No. 01. Beadwork item 02. Clay—Fimo 03. Clay—Salt dough 04. Craft for the handicapped 05. Decoration—Christmas 06. Decoration—other holiday 07. Decoupage

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06. Rocket 07. Ship 08. Any other item of merit not listed

08. Diamond Painting 09. Diorama (max 24”) 10. Dream Catcher 11. Duct tape—accessory 12. Duct tape—apparel 13. Foam 14. Gourd—decorated 15. Handmade Candle 16. Homemade Soap 17. Lapidary 18. Perler beads 19. Photo album—stuffed, fabric 20. Plastic canvas item 21. Recycled material—Art object 22. Recycled material—Functional object 23. Refrigerator magnet 24. Shadow Box 25. Silk flower—arrangement or decorated item 26. Taxidermy 27. Other item of merit not listed Class 412 — PAPER/SCRAPBOOK Scrapbook pages limited to 2-page layout. They must be connected and in plastic sleeves. Section No. 01. Album cover 02. Calendar page 03. Calligraphy—matted and ready to hang 04. Card – Christmas, holiday or event 05. Card – Stamped 06. Digital Scrapbook, 2-page layout 07. Handmade paper 08. Origami 09. Rubber stamp art 10. Scrapbook, 2-page layout Class 413 — WOOD Section No. 01. Carving, in the round 02. Carving, relief 03. Children’s toys 04. Clock 05. Doll furniture 06. Furniture, small 07. Furniture, large 08. Home décor 09. Paper 10. Plaque 11. Scroll saw – bowls & boxes 12. Scroll saw – fret work 13. Scroll saw – inlay & marquetry 14. Signs 15. Wood burning 16. Wood turning 17. Any other item of merit not listed Class 414 — FAIR THEME

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OPEN CLASS Flowers Division Superintendent— Kelly Dorathy 1. All ages compete equally. 2. All entries must be grown by the exhibitor. 3. No plants that are considered noxious weeds. Check plants at www.oregon.gov/ODA/programs/Weeds/OregonNoxiousWeeds/Pages/AboutOregonWeeds.aspx 4. Flowers that are not listed can be entered in other. 5. Exhibitors are limited to one exhibit per section. “Display only” exhibits are permitted as space allows. 6. Foliage and freshness are considered in judging. 7. When exhibiting two or more blooms, they should be the same size. 8. Flower exhibits are best if picked late afternoon and placed in deep, room temperature water, overnight. 9. Flowers should be entered by variety. 10. After judging, in order to keep fresh specimens in the flower exhibit, feel free to exchange unsightly or wilted flowers in your exhibit with fresh flowers. 11. Advance Registration is encouraged to speed up entries. 12. Entries are taken 7–9:30 am on WEDNESDAY, July 28. NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER 9:30 AM. Class 500 — CHRYSANTHEMUMS 01. Garden varieties, 3 stems of one color Class 501 — DAHLIAS Each stem should have 2 leaves and no buds. Foliage may be detached for display after the judging. Section No. 01. Cactus, 1 stem 02. Formal Decorative, 1 stem, 8” to 10” bloom 03. Formal Decorative, 1 stem, 4” to 8” bloom 04. Informal Decorative, 1 stem 05. Pompom, 3 stems, under 2” bloom 06. Ball, 3 stems, over 2” bloom 07. Seed (single), 3 stems 08. Anemone Class 502 — EVERLASTING Section No. 01. German, 1 stem 02. Mistilimonia 03. Sea Lavender, 1 stem 04. Statice - annual, 3 stems 05. Strawflowers, 3 stems Class 503 — GERANIUMS Section No. 01. Hardy, 3 stems with foliage 02. Ivy, 2 heads 03. Scented (herbal), 2 stems 04. Zonal, 2 heads

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Class 504 — GLADIOLAS Should have 5 to 7 florets open, long, stiff straight stem and 1 leaf Section No. 01. Small, 2 1/2” to 3 1/2” florets, any color, white or cream 02. Medium, 3 1/2” to 4 1/2”, any color 03. Large, 4 1/2” to 5 1/2”, any color 04. Collection, 5 stems of any group, color or mixed

FLOWER SPECIAL AWARDS

Best Rose Exhibit Sponsored by In Full Bloom Greenhouse & Garden, Vale Best Miscellaneous Sponsored by Chavelita’s Restaurant, Vale Best Marigold Exhibit Sponsored by Taco Time, Ontario Best Dahlia Exhibit Sponsored by Taco Time, Ontario Best Horticultural Specimen Sponsored by The Owyhee ANK Garden Club First Runner-up: Best Horticultural Specimen Sponsored by The Owyhee ANK Garden Club Best Flower Arrangement Sponsored by The Owyhee ANK Garden Club Best Gladiola Exhibit Sponsored by The Owyhee ANK Garden Club Most Original Flower Design (Class 516) Sponsored by Eastside Floral, Ontario Best Fair Theme Design (Class 516-07 & 517-03) Sponsored by Columbia Bank, Ontario FLOWERS SWEEPSTAKES AWARD Sponsored by The Owyhee ANK Garden Club Winners of sweepstakes will be selected on total ribbon points won. In case of a tie, exhibitor with the most blue ribbons will win. Sweepstakes winner is not eligible to win if they won in the previous two years. PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD Sponsored by Malheur County Fair A ribbon will be given to the exhibit that receives the most votes each day from Wednesday to Saturday. Only one award per exhibit during the fair.

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Class 505 — HIBISCUS Section No. 01. Perennial 02. Rose of Sharon 03. Tropical

Class 511 — SUNFLOWERS Section No. 01. Small 4” to 8” - 1 stem 02. Medium 8” to 12” - 1 stem 03. Large over 12” - 1 stem

Class 506 — LILIES Section No. 01. Asiatic 02. Day 03. Oriental 04. Tiger 05. Other

Class 512 — YARROW AND ACHILLEA Section No. 01. Pastels 02. Pearl, 1 stem 03. Other variety

Class 507 — MARIGOLDS Three flowers with foliage, two leaves attached. Section No. 01. Bi-color 02. Large double (over 2”) 03. Small double Class 508 — PETUNIAS Three Sprays of one variety Section No. 01. Calibrachoa 02. Double 03. Ruffled 04. Single Class 509 — ROSES (on buds, hybrids or tea roses) Have healthy stem, show with foliage, bloom open 1/2 to 2/3’s Section No. 01. Climbing rose, 1 stem 02. Floribunda, 1 spray, any color 03. Grandiflora, 1 spray, any color 04. Hybrid Tea, Bi-color, 1 stem 05. H  ybrid Tea, Blend, 1 stem (foliage below the water line should be removed for display) 06. Hybrid Tea, Orange, 1 stem 07. Hybrid Tea, Pink or Rose, 1 stem 08. Hybrid Tea, Red, 1 stem 09. Hybrid Tea, White, 1 stem 10. Hybrid Tea, Yellow, 1 stem 11. Miniature, 1 spray, any color (may have buds) 12. Shrub Class 510 — RUDBECKIA AND DAISIES 3 stems of same variety Section No. 01. African or Cape Daisy 02. Feverfew, yellow or white 03. Gaillardia 04. Gloriosa Daisy/Black-eyed Susan 05. Shasta Daisy 06. Daisy – Other

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Class 513 — ZINNIAS Section No. 01. Collection, large varieties, 5 stems any color or mixed 02. Collection, miniature, 5 stems, any color or mixed 03. Dahlia, 3 stems 04. Giant Cactus, 3 stems, same color 05. Miniature, 5 stems, same color 06. Pearl, 3 stems 07. Profusion Class 514 — MISCELLANEOUS Section No. 01. Agastache 02. Allium 03. Allyssum 04. Amaryllis Belladonia (Naked Lady) 05. Artemisa 06. Asters - 3 stem same variety, annual or perennial 07. Baby’s Breath - 1 stem 08. Beebalm - 1 stem 09. Begonia 10. Bell Flowers - 2 stems 11. Bells of Ireland - 2 stems 12. Calendula (Pot Marigold) 13. Celosia, Plume or Crested, 1 spray 14. Centranthus ( Jupiter’s Beard) 2 stems 15. Clematis - 2 blooms & foliage 16. Coleus 17. Coneflower 18. Coral Bells - 3 stems 19. Coreopsis - 3 stems 20. Corn Flower 21. Cosmos - 3 sprays 22. Crocosmia 23. Delphinium - 1 stem 24. Dianthus (Carnation) - 3 stems 25. Foxglove 26. Globe Thistle - 1 stem 27. Goldenrod - 2 stems 28. Grasses 29. Heliopsis (False Sunflower) - single or double 30. Hollyhock 31. Hostas ( Judged on Foliage) 32. Hydrangia - 2 blooms & foliage 33. Impatience 34. Larkspur

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35. Lavender 36. Liatrus - 3 stems 37. Lobellia - 3 stems 38. Malva Ruby Regis 39. Mexican Hat 40. Novelty 41. Orchids - 1 stem 42. Painted Tongue 43. Pansies - 5 blooms with foliage 44. Phlox - 3 sprays 45. Polka Dot Plant 46. Russian Sage - 2 stems 47. Salvia - 3 stems 48. Scabiosa - 3 stems 49. Sea Holly 50. Sedum - 2 stems 51. Snap Dragons - 3 stems 52. Snow on the Mountain - 1 stem - 18” 53. Stock 54. Sweet Pea 55. Sweet William 56. Trumpet Vine 57. Verbena - 5 stems with foliage 58. Veronica 59. Viola 60. Other Variety

Class 515 — HOUSE PLANTS AND DISH GARDENS Section No. 01. House plants - choice of hanging, large foliage, small foliage, bulb, or jade 02. All succulent dish gardens 03. All cacti dish gardens Class 516 — DESIGNS: FRESH FLOWERS Flowers must be grown or gathered by the exhibitor. Section No. 01. Designer’s Choice 02. Miniature, maximum 8” in any direction 03. Nostalgia - Old Fashioned 04. Someone’s Junk is Someone’s Treasure 05. Oriental Style 06. Special Occasion (i.e. Baby, Birthday, etc.) 07. Fair Theme Design - Pride in the past; Faith in our future Class 517 — DESIGNS: DRIED MATERIAL OR FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Flowers must be grown by the exhibitor. No plastic flowers, fruits, or vegetables. Section No. 01. Miniature 02. Wreath or Swag 03. Fair Theme Design - Pride in the past; Faith in our future 04. Other Variety

OPEN CLASS Foods Division Superintendent— April Tyner 1. Enter in appropriate category (A., Int., Pre-Int., Jr.) 2. Exhibitors are limited to only one entry per section for judging. “Display only” pieces can be exhibited based upon available display area. 3. Entries should be exhibited on small white paper plate or styrofoam tray and covered with clear plastic bags. 4. For exhibits with unusual flavors or ingredients, attach recipe for the judges information. 5. Exhibits must be homemade. No commercially prepared exhibits will be allowed. Class 600 — BREADS, YEAST Please include recipes. To be considered whole wheat, the flour must be at least 51% whole wheat flour. Section No. 01. Cinnamon Roll (4) 02. Dried Fruit Bread (1 loaf ) 03. French Bread (1 loaf ) 04. Mixed Flour Bread (1 loaf ) 05. Rolls, White Flour (4) 06. Rolls, Other Flour (4) 07. Sour Dough Bread (1 Loaf )

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08. Variety Bread (1 loaf ) 09. White Bread (1 loaf ) 10. Whole Wheat Bread (1 loaf ) 11. Gluten Free 12. Sugar Free 13. Other Variety Class 601 — BREADS, QUICK Please include recipes. To be considered whole wheat, the flour must be at least 51% whole wheat flour. Section No. 01. Baking Powder Biscuits (4) 02. Banana Bread (1 loaf ) 03. Corn Bread 04. Dried or Fresh Fruit Bread (1 loaf ) 05. Muffins (4) 06. Nut Bread (1 loaf ) 07. Sourdough Bread (1 loaf ) 08. Zucchini Bread (1 loaf ) 09. Gluten Free 10. Sugar Free 11. Other

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08. Spice or Burnt Sugar Cake 09. Torte Cake 10. Zucchini Cake 11. Gluten Free Cake 12. Sugar Free Cake 13. Other Variety

Class 602 — CAKES, DECORATED Decorating may be done on a cake form. Section No. 01. Cupcakes or Petit fours (4) 02. Holiday Cake 03. Shower or Birthday Cake 04. Fair Theme—Summer’s BEST Tradition 05. Wedding Cake 06. Gluten Free

Class 605 — CUPCAKES Section No. 01. Cupcakes - from mix (4) 02. Cupcakes - from scratch (4) 03. Gluten Free

Class 603 — C  AKE, SPONGE TYPE (No Icing) Section No. 01. Angel Food Cake 02. Chiffon Cake 03. True Sponge (without Baking Powder) 04. Gluten Free 05. Sugar Free 06. Other Variety Class 604 — CAKES, WITH FAT Homemade from scratch—1, 2 or 3 layers Section No. 01. Carrot Cake 02. Dark Cake 03. Fruit Cake 04. Light Cake 05. Novelty, Layer Cake (Marble, Rainbow etc) 06. Pound Cake 07. Sourdough Cake

Class 606 — CANDY Section No. 01. Bon-Bon (4) 02. Caramels (4) 03. Divinity (4) 04. Fudge (4) 05. Mint (4) 06. Peanut Brittle (4) 07. Penuche (4) 08. Toffee (4) 09. Other (4) (specify on entry form)

FOODS SPECIAL AWARDS Youth Judge’s Choice: Junior Sponsored by Stanley & Jackie Sisson Youth Judge’s Choice: Intermediate Sponsored by Nyssa A & W Best Candy Exhibit Sponsored by Amalgamated Sugar 8 lbs of Granulated Sugar, 2 lbs of Powdered Sugar & 2 lbs of Brown Sugar Best Cake Exhibit Sponsored by Amalgamated Sugar 8 lbs of Granulated Sugar, 2 lbs of Powdered Sugar & 2 lbs of Brown Sugar Best Cookie Exhibit Sponsored by Amalgamated Sugar 8 lbs of Granulated Sugar, 2 lbs of Powdered Sugar & 2 lbs of Brown Sugar Best Gift Package Exhibit Sponsored by Mackey’s Steakhouse, Ontario Best Bread Exhibit Include Recipe Sponsored by Corn Farms

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Best Whole Wheat Quick Bread Exhibit Include Recipe Sponsored by Corn Farms Best Whole Wheat Yeast Baked Item Include Recipe Sponsored by Corn Farms Best Theme Exhibit Sponsored by Andrews Seed Co Best Decorated Cookie Box: Youth Sponsored by Bake-a-Deli FOODS SWEEPSTAKES AWARD / ADULT Sponsored by Country Kitchen, Ontario Combined award in Foods & Preserved Foods IRENE BARTON MEMORIAL FOODS YOUTH SWEEPSTAKES AWARD Junior & Intermediate Groups Sponsored by Jim & Helen Connor Combined award in Foods & Preserved Foods

Winners of sweepstakes will be selected on total ribbon points won. In case of a tie, exhibitor with the most blue ribbons will win. Sweepstakes winner is not eligible to win if they won in the previous two years.

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Class 607 — COOKIES Section No. 01. Bar - Brownie, Chocolate (4) 02. Bar - Brownie, other flavor (4) 03. Bar - Fruit and/or Nut (4) 04. Bar - other variety (4) 05. Drop - Chocolate Chip (4) 06. Drop - Fruit and/or Nut (4) 07. Drop - Oatmeal (4) 08. Drop - Spice (4) 09. Drop - Other (4) 10. Meringues (4) 11. No-Bake Cookies or Bars (40) Molded are cookies rolled into balls 12. Molded—Peanut Butter 13. Molded—Snickerdoodles 14. Molded—Other Rolled and placed in refrigerator then cut off the roll 15. Refrigerator—Chocolate 16. Refrigerator—Pinwheel 17. Refrigerator—Vanilla 18. Refrigerator—Other Rolled & cut with cookie cutter or fancy shaped 19. Rolled—Filled 20. Rolled—Shortbread 21. Rolled—Sugar 22. Rolled—Other 23. Sourdough cookies 24. Pressed cookies 25. Gluten Free 26. Sugar Free 27. Decorated cookies Class 608 — CREATIVE BAKING Recipe that starts with a mix. Attach recipe. Section No. 01. Bread 02. Cake 03. Cookies (4) 04. Pies 05. Gluten Free 06. Sugar Free Class 609 — DOUGHNUTS Section No. 01. Cake doughnuts (4) 02. Raised Doughnuts (4) Class 610 — ETHNIC FOOD FROM ANOTHER CULTURE Please include recipe. Section No. 01. Bread 02. Cake 03. Candy (4) 04. Cookies (4) 05. Tortilla - Corn (4) 06. Tortilla - Flour (4) 07. Other Baked Item (4)

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Class 611 — HOMEMADE DRY MIX Bring dry mixes in clear airtight container. NO Zipper Bags please. Include recipe for the mix and suggested uses. 01. Beverages 02. Cake 03. Cookies 04. Quick Bread 05. Soups 06. Spice Mixes 07. Other Class 612 — PIES Please bring entry in a disposable pan. Section No. 01. Cheesecake - baked 02. Cheesecake - No-bake 03. Cheesecake - Frozen (eaten frozen) 04. Frozen Pie (eaten frozen) 05. Single Crust - pastry or crumb crust 06. Tarts 07. Turnovers 08. Two Crust Pie 09. Gluten Free Pie 10. Sugar Free Pie 11. Other Variety Pie Class 613 — GIFT PACKAGES This exhibit to be displayed in a basket or decorated container. Each item must be labeled and the recipe enclosed. Other items may be added to complete basket theme. 01. Gift Package to include 3 different baked items. 02. Gift Package to include 3 different homemade mixes. 03. Fair Theme Gift Package, must include 3 baked items or 3 homemade mixes 04. Gift Package to include 2 dry mixes and 2 baked items. Class 614 — DECORATED COOKIE BOX, FAIR THEME SPECIAL AWARD CATEGORY Cookie Box must contain four (4) different cookie varieties, with enough of each type of cookie for an attractive display. Suggested box size is 8” x 12” x 4”. Recipes must be included. Display should be wrapped in clear plastic. Decorated in the Fair Theme—Summer’s BEST Tradition Judged 70% Cookie quality - 30% decorations. Place 1 of each cookie in a baggie for judging. Section No. 01. Youth (18 & under) 02. Adult (19 and over)

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OPEN CLASS Photography Division Superintendent— Cathy Bryant Kaae 1. Maximum six (6) photographs per exhibitor, 1 entry per section. 2. ALL PHOTOS MUST BE 8” X 10” PICTURES AND MOUNTED IN AN 11” x 14” PRE CUT BEVELLED MAT AND READY TO HANG WHEN ENTERED. NO GLUE. NO OTHER PRINT SIZES OR MOUNTING WILL BE ACCEPTED. 3. No frames or glass please, with the exception that professional photographs are preferably framed with wire hangers. 4. Professionals are limited to two (2) prints. Professional refers to those who can earn their livelihood through photography. You may display a business card and/or identifying card on each professional exhibit after judging is complete. 5. Superintendents have the right to refuse photographs based on the content of the photograph or if not properly matted. 6. There are not separate sections for Color and Black & White photographs. They will be judged together. 7. No date imprints on the photos. 8. Be certain you have permission to exhibit a person or their property. Class 700 — PROFESSIONAL (ANY AGE) Class 701 — ADULT (19+ YRS) Class 702 — INTERMEDIATE (14–18 YRS) Class 703 — PRE-INTERMEDIATE (7–13 YRS) Class 704 — JUNIOR (6 & under) Class 705 — PHOTOGRAPHY JACKPOT This Year’s Theme: Action One Entry per exhibitor. This entry does not count in the 6 photographs per exhibitor count. $10 Jackpot entry fee per exhibitor, cash only. 1st place will receive 50% of Jackpot. 2nd place will receive 30% of Jackpot. 3rd place will receive 20% of Jackpot. 01. Abstract, Lines, Geometric, Forms, Shapes & Patterns 02. Agricultural 03. Animals – Domestic & Farm 04. Animals – Wild

05. Birds & Insects 06. Close-up Macro 07. Creative – using methods that alter the appearance of the image so that it is substantially different. Includes multiple exposures, high contrast, grain reticulations, zoom and camera movement, adding color, textures or patterns. 08. Fair Theme: Pride in the past; Faith in our future 09. Humorous 10. Malheur County Tourism – Please note where the picture was taken 11. Flora – Flowers & Plants 12. Nature – outdoors 13. Night Scenes 14. Nostolgia – Antiques & Old Objects 15. People - Single 16. People - Group (Two (2) or more) 17. Protectors of America - Military, Police, Firefighters etc. 18. Reflections – Anything that reflects an image in its main focus. Water, metal, windows, mirrors, glasses, etc. 19. Architectural – Images should be of buildings, bridges, manmade structures, dams, towers, etc. and should be the main focus of the photo. 20. Special or Sporting Events – Weddings, Birthdays, Graduation or similar celebration 21. Sporting Event 22. Sky – i.e. Sunrise, Sunset, Stormy 23. Misc.

PHOTOGRAPHY SPECIAL AWARDS BEST OF SHOW Adult— Sponsored by Malheur Drug, Vale Intermediate— Sponsored by Taco Time, Ontario Pre-Intermediate— Sponsored by Taco Time, Ontario Junior— Sponsored by Walmart, Ontario HONORABLE MENTION Senior— Sponsored by Don’s Appliance Adult— Sponsored by Kinney Bros & Keele Hardware Co Intermediate— Sponsored by Don’s Appliance Repair

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Pre-Intermediate— Sponsored by Sunset Lanes Junior— Sponsored by Walmart, Ontario Best Theme Exhibit Sponsored by Dutch Bros, Ontario PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD Sponsored by Malheur County Fair A ribbon will be given to the exhibit that receives the most votes each day from Wednesday to Saturday. Only one award per exhibit during the fair.

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OPEN CLASS Preserved Foods Division Superintendent— April Tyner 1. Enter in the appropriate category: ADULT (19+ yrs) INTERMEDIATE (14–18 yrs) PRE-INTERMEDIATE (7–13 yrs) JUNIOR (6 yrs & under) 2. Exhibitors are limited to one entry per section for judging. Display only exhibits are limited by available space. 3. Exhibits must be preserved in a standard jar, designed specifically for canning purposes. New screw tops and seals must be used. Any exhibits not conforming to this rule will be refused for competition. 4. All vegetables, meats, poultry and seafood (non-acid foods) must be canned under pressure. 5. Exhibits must be accurately labelled by processing method: Boiling Water Bath, Pressure, or Dried. Please make adjustments for altitude (Malheur County is approximately 2800 feet above sea level). Examples of these labels are on page 49. Self-adhesive labels are available at the Preserved Foods Check-in

It’s important to use the up-to-date recommendations for home canning. Produce must be processed according to the current Ball Complete Book of Home Preserving or the USDA Complete Guide to Home Canning, which is available online at: http://www.uga.edu/nchfp/publications/publications_usda. html. Also accepted: So Easy to Preserve by the Cooperative Extension. The University of Georgia. Include the recipe and recipe source if not in one of the above guides. 6. There are four different label types—one for boiling water bath, one for pressure canned, one for freezer jams and for dried foods. Please refer to the sample labels on page 49. You may copy the labels, or make your own, and then tape it to the jar. Be sure to include all needed information. 7. Judges may open any jar for inspection; however, if other visible characteristics of products eliminate the product from consideration of award, the judge is not obligated to open for further evaluation.

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8. All entries in this division must have been completed by the exhibitor within one year of the opening date of the Fair to be eligible for premium awards. Fancy pack is not encouraged for Fair exhibits. 9. Freezer Jams must be displayed in clear 1 pint canning jars with a new lid and ring, or in a clear sided plastic Ball or Kerr freezer jar. Class 800 — CANNED FRUIT Class 801 — CANNED FRUIT, SPICED Class 802 — CANNED FRUIT, PIE FILLING Class 803 — CANNED FRUIT, JUICE Class 804 — CANNED FRUIT, SYRUP 01. Apple 02. Applesauce 03. Apple Slices 04. Apricot 05. Blackberry type 06. Blueberry type 07. Cherry Dark 08. Cherry Light 09. Cherry - Pie Pack (seedless) 10. Gooseberry 11. Grape 12. Huckleberry 13. Marachino Cherry 14. Mincemeat (fruit only) 15. Mixed Berry 16. Mixed Fruit (pieces) 17. Peach 18. Pear 19. Plum / Prune 20. Raspberry 21. Rhubarb 22. Strawberry 23. Wild Fruit 24. Other (specify type) Class 805 — CONSERVES Class 806 — FREEZER JAM Class 807 — JAMS & PRESERVES Class 808 — JAMS & PRESERVES, Low Calorie Class 809 — JAMS & PRESERVES, No Pectin Class 810 — JELLY Class 811 — MARMALADES & BUTTERS 01. Apple 02. Apricot 03. Blackberry 04. Blueberry 05. Cherry 06. Elderberry 07. Gooseberry

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08. Grape 09. Grapefruit 10. Huckleberry 11. Lime 12. Mixed Fruit (specify type) 13. Peach 14. Pear 15. Plum 16. Raspberry 17. Strawberry 18. Strawberry-Rhubarb 19. Other (specify type) Class 812 — CANNED PICKLES & RELISHES Class 813 — CANNED PICKLES & RELISHES, Low Calorie Recipe must be included 01. Asparagus 02. Beets 03. Bread & Butter 04. Carrot 05. Cauliflower 06. Chutney - Fruit 07. Chutney - Vegetable 08. Chutney - Other 09. Corn 10. Cucumber - Dill 11. Cucumber - Sweet 12. Green Beans 13. Green Tomatoes 14. Mixed Relish 15. Mushrooms, Pickled 16. Onions 17. Peppers 18. Peppers- hot 19. Vinaigrette 20. Zucchini Pickles 21. Zucchini Relish 22. Other (specify type) Class 814 — CANNED TOMATOES Exhibits must be canned in standard Pint or Quart Jars. Exact recipe, including processing time, must be included on all tomato products with vegetables added. 01. Catsup 02. Chili Sauce 03. Salsa - mild or hot 04. Tomato Juice 05. Tomato Sauce 06. Tomatoes - Crushed, Quartered or Whole 07. Tomatoes - Vegetables added 08. Other Variety (specify type) Class 815 — CANNED MEAT, POULTRY, & SEAFOOD Include recipe and altitude where canned with all meat exhibits 01. Beef, Pork or Lamb 02. Poultry - Chicken or Turkey 03. Fish - 1/2 pints or pints only 04. Mincemeat - with meat 05. Seafood, not fish, specify - 1/2 pint or pints only 06. Wild Game - Deer or Elk 07. Wild Game - Other Variety

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08. Other (specify type) Class 816 — CANNED SOUPS & SAUCES Include recipe for all exhibits 01. Broth 02. Chili - Meatless 03. Chili - with Meat 04. Cream Soup 05. Mandarin Sauce 06. Marinara Sauce 07. Spaghetti Sauce - Meatless 08. Spaghetti Sauce - with Meat 09. Stew - Meatless 10. Stew - with Meat 11. Taco Sauce 12. Tomato Base Soup 13. Other (specify type) Class 817 — CANNED VEGETABLES Exhibits to be canned in Standard Pint or Quart Jars 01. Asparagus 02. Beets 03. Carrots 04. Corn - Cream Style 05. Corn - Whole Kernel 06. Green Beans - Cut 07. Mixed Vegetables 08. Peas 09. Potatoes 10. Other (specify type)

DRIED FOODS Package dried foods in a standard jar or clear plastic resealable bag. Exhibits must be accurately labelled as to contents, pretreatment methods, drying methods, and date of processing. Exhibit size is 1/2 cup unless otherwise noted. Class 818 — DRIED VEGETABLES 01. Asparagus 02. Beets 03. Carrots 04. Corn 05. Green Beans 06. Green Peppers 07. Mixed Vegetables 08. Onions 09. Peas 10. Potatoes 11. Tomatoes 12. Zucchini 13. Other(specify type) Class 819 — DRIED FRUIT 01. Apples 02. Apricots 03. Bananas 04. Berries 05. Cherries - dark or light 06. Grapes 07. Huckleberries

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07. Lemon Grass 08. Marjoram 09. Oregano 10. Parsley 11. Peppermint 12. Rosemary 13. Sage - all colors 14. Sage - Variegated 15. Spearmint 16. Tarragon 17. Thyme 18. Other (specify type) Class 821 — DRIED MISCELLANEOUS FOODS 01. Jerky - Domestic meat 02. Jerky - Wild Game 03. Shelled Nuts

08. Mangos 09. Mixed Berries 10. Peaches 11. Pears 12. Pineapple 13. Plums - Prunes 14. Raspberries 15. Strawberries 16. Other (specify type) Class 820 — DRIED HERBS 01. Basil 02. Chives 03. Garlic Chives 04. Dill 05. Fennel Seed 06. Lavender

PRESERVED FOODS SPECIAL AWARDS

SWEEPSTAKES AWARD Adult / Categories Sponsored by Country Kitchen, Ontario Combined award in Foods & Preserved Foods

IRENE BARTON MEMORIAL YOUTH SWEEPSTAKES AWARD Junior & Intermediate Categories Sponsored by Jim & Helen Connor Combined award in Foods & Preserved Foods Winners of sweepstakes will be selected on total ribbon points won. In case of a tie, exhibitor with the most blue ribbons will win. Sweepstakes winner is not eligible to win if they won in the previous two years. YOUTH JUDGE’S CHOICE Intermediate— Sponsored by Nyssa A & W Junior— Sponsored by Stanley & Jackie Sisson

Walmart will award a $5 Walmart Gift Card to each of the following categories: Best Vegetable— Adult, Best Vegetale— Youth, Best Pickle— Adult, & Best Pickle— Youth

Best Gift Package Exhibit Sponsored by Taco Time, Ontario

Best Theme Exhibit Sponsored by Andrews Seed Co

DRIED & PROCESSED FOOD LABELS You may copy the labels, or make your own, and then tape it to the jar. Be sure to include all necessary information.

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Amalgamated Sugar will award 8 lbs of Granulated Sugar, 2 lbs of Powdered Sugar & 2 lbs of Brown Sugar to each of the following categories: Best Jam or Jelly Exhibit, Best Fruit— Adult, Best Fruit— Youth, Best Soft Spread— Adult Best Soft Spread— Youth

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04. Corn 05. Green Beans 06. Green Peppers 07. Mixed Vegetables 08. Onions 09. Peas 10. Potatoes 11. Tomatoes 12. Zucchini 13. Other Variety (specify type)

Class 822 — GIFT PACKAGE This exhibit is to be displayed in a basket or decorated container. Each jar must be labeled. Include recipes and processing time for all jars. Exhibits to be canned in standard jars. Other items may be added to complete the theme. 01. Gift Package of five different Preserved Foods 02. Herb Basket to include 5 different herbs or combination of herbs. Must be in standard jars. 03. Fair Theme— Summer’s BEST Tradition Gift Package Five different preserved foods.

OPEN CLASS Textile & Clothing Division Superintendent— Becky Martinez 1. Enter in the appropriate category: ADULT (19+ yrs) INTERMEDIATE (14–18 yrs) PRE-INTERMEDIATE (7–13 yrs) JUNIOR (6 yrs & under) 2. Exhibitors are limited to one entry per section for judging. Display exhibits are limited by available space. 3. All entries in this division must have been completed by the exhibitor. All exhibits must have been finished within the last year. 4. If more than one item is included in the exhibit, they should be securely attached together. 5. All entries must be clean and pressed. 6. Exhibits of wearing apparel need to be entered on a hanger. 7. Exhibits will be encased in plastic provided by the Fair after judging (as much as possible). 8. Pictures must be framed and ready to hang. Plaques and wall hangings must be provided with a secure means for hanging. Class 900 — APPLIQUED 01. Apron 02. Lunch Cloth or Placemat 03. Pillow Case 04. Tea Towel - set of two (2) 05. Other Class 901 — CHRISTMAS AND HOLIDAY DECORATIONS 01. Christmas Boot - felt - Decorated 02. Christmas Card Holder 03. Christmas Stocking - Knitted or Decorated 04. Christmas Tree Skirt 05. Holiday Decoration, Needlework 06. Holiday novelty, any holiday 07. Holiday Tablecloth 08. Other - any holiday 09. Holiday Tablecloth 10. Other - any holiday Class 902 — CROCHETED 01. Adult Clothing & Accessories - Dress, Sweater, Vest, Jacket, Coat 02. Afghan - Broomstick or Hairpin Lace 03. Afghan - Granny Square

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04. Afghan - Ripple Stitch 05. Bedspread - Course Thread 06. Bedspread - Fine Thread 07. Buffet or Vanity Set or Dresser Scarf 08. Centerpiece - under 14” 09. Centerpiece - over 14” 10. Child’s Clothing - Dress, Sweater, Vest, Jacket, Coat 11. Crocheted Edge 12. Doily - under 14” 13. Doily - over 14” 14. Doll Clothes 15. Handspun Yarn item - over 14” 16. Handspun Yarn item - under 14” 17. Hot Pads or Pot Holders - Set of two (2) 18. Stole or Shrug 19. Tablecloth - Course Thread (size 1-40) 20. Tablecloth - Fine Thread (size 50 - 150) 21. Other item Class 903 — HAND KNITTED 06. Shawl-Stole 01. Accessories 07. Socks 02. Afghan 08. Sweater 03. Boiled Wool garment 09. Other - any variety 04. Doily 05. Purse Class 904 — MACHINE KNITTED 04. Sweater 01. Winter Ware 05. Other 02. Shawl-Stole 03. Socks Class 905 — HAND EMBROIDERED 10. Dresser Scarf - Other 01. Apron 11. Picture or Wall Hanging 02. Candlewicking 12. Pillow Cases - Cross Stitch 03. Centerpiece 13. Pillow Cases - Cutwork 04. Child’s Clothing 14. Pillow Cases - Other 05. Adult - Clothing Item 15. Table Cloth 06. Doily - over 14” 16. Tea Towels (2) 07. Doily - under 14” 17. Other - any variety 08. Dresser Scarf - Cross Stitch 09. Dresser Scarf - Cutwork

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Class 906 — MACHINE EMBROIDERED 08. Picture or Wall Hanging 01. Apron 09. Pillow 02. Centerpiece 10. Pillow Cases 03. Child’s Clothing item 11. Table Cloth 04. Adult Clothing item 12. Tea Towels (2) 05. Doily 13. Other - any variety 06. Dresser Scarf 07. Lunch Cloth or Place Mats or Napkins (2) Class 907 — FELTING 05. Picture 01. Folk Art 06. Accessories 02. Hat 07. Other 03. Jacket - Vest 04. Penny Rug Class 908 — HOME DÉCOR 04. Fabric Table Runner 01. Fabric Lampshade 05. Other - fabric 02. Fabric Pillow 03. Fabric Placemats Class 909 — DOLLS OR TOYS 01. Clothes or accessories 03. Stuffed - fake fur 02. Sports Item 04. Other Class 910 — NEEDLEPOINT OR PETIT POINT 01. Any one Item Class 911 — QUILTS, (QUEEN OR KING) 01. Appliqued, hand or machine - Top only 02. Mixed Technique - Top only 03. Pieced, hand or machine - Top only 04. Appliqued, hand or machine and hand quilted 05. Mixed Technique and hand quilted 06. Pieced hand or machine and hand quilted 07. Appliqued, hand or machine and long-arm quilted 08. Mixed Technique and long arm quilted 09. Pieced, hand or machine and long-arm quilted 10. Appliqued, hand or machine and machine quilted 11. Mixed Technique and hand quilted 12. Pieced, hand or machine and machine quilted 13. Tied Class 912 — QUILTS, TWIN OR LAP 01. Appliqued, hand or machine - Top only 02. Mixed Technique - Top only 03. Pieced, hand or machine - Top only 04. Appliqued, hand or machine and hand quilted 05. Mixed Technique and hand quilted 06. Pieced, hand or machine and hand quilted 07. Appliqued, hand or machine and long-arm quilted 08. Mixed Technique and long-arm quilted 09. Pieced, hand or machine and long-arm quilted 10. Appliqued, hand or machine and machine quilted 11. Mixed Technique and machine quilted 12. Pieced, hand or machine and machine quilted 13. Tied Class 913 — BABY QUILTS 01. Appliqued, hand or machine - Top only 02. Mixed Technique - Top only 03. Pieced, hand or machine - Top only 04. Appliqued, hand or machine and hand quilted 05. Mixed Technique and hand quilted

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06. Pieced, hand or machine and hand quilted 07. Appliqued, hand or machine and long-arm quilted 08. Mixed Technique and long-arm quilted 09. Pieced, hand or machine and long-arm quilted 10. Appliqued, hand or machine and long-arm quilted 11. Mixed Technique and machine quilted 12. Pieced, hand or machine and machine quilted 13. Tied Class 914 — TABLE RUNNER & WALL HANGING Table runners should be sewn and quilted by the exhibitor. 01. Appliqued, hand or machine and hand quilted 02. Mixed Techniques and hand quilted 03. Pieced, hand or machine and hand quilted 04. Appliqued, hand or machine and machine quilted 05. Mixed Techniques and machine quilted 06. Pieced, hand or machine and machine quilted Class 915 — WALL HANGINGS, QUILTED Wall hangings should be sewn and quilted by the exhibitor. 01. Appliqued, hand or machine and hand quilted 02. Mixed Techniques and hand quilted 03. Pieced, hand or machine and hand quilted Class 916 — NOVELTY QUILTS 01. Antique top - Newly quilted or tied 02. Crazy Quilt 03. Fleece Quilt 04. Group Quilt (or more than one maker) 05. Other Class 917 — MISC QUILTING & PATCHWORK & QUILTED HOME DÉCOR 01. Appliance Cover 02. Organizer 03. Patchwork Garment 04. Purse or Tote Bag 05. Pillow 06. Tablecloth, Topper or Placemats 07. Other Class 918 — RUGS & HOUSEHOLD ACCESSORIES 01. Rag Rug 02. Crocheted Rug 03. Hooked or Latch Hook Rug 04. Knitted Rug 05. Latch Hook Home Accessory 06. Other Class 919 — STITCHERY 01. Adult Garment - specify stitchery type on entry 02. Child Garment - specify stitchery type on entry 03. Counted Cross Stitch - household accessory 04. Counted Cross Stitch - Picture over 18” 05. Counted Cross Stitch - Picture under 18” 06. Counted Cross Stitch - other small item 07. Stamped Cross Stitch - any one item 08. Picture - Framed - specify stitchery type on entry 09. Pillow 10. Toy 11. Wall Hanging 12. Other

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TEXTILE & CLOTHING SPECIAL AWARDS SWEEPSTAKES AWARD Sponsored by Plaza Inn Restaurant Winners of sweepstakes will be selected on total ribbon points won. In case of a tie, exhibitor with the most blue ribbons will win. Sweepstakes winner is not eligible to win if they won in the previous two years.

Best Hand Quilted Quilt Sponsored by Treasure Valley Quiltmakers in Memory of Nancy Bracht Best of Show— Quilt Classes Sponsored by Walmart

BEST EXHIBIT MADE FROM FABRIC Junior— Sponsored by Sunset Lanes Intermediate— Sponsored by Sunset Lanes Adult— Sponsored by Max & Teri Williams Pre-Intermediate— Sponsored by Dawna Runnels Best of Show— Needlework Items Sponsored by Taco Time, Ontario Best of Show— Crocheted or Knitted Item Sponsored by Walmart, Ontario

Class 920 — TATTING 01. Doily 02. Tatted Edging 03. Other Class 921 — CREATIVE TEXTILES 01. Decorated Wearable item 02. Textile Art: Tole, Airbrushing, Liquid embroidery - on Fabric 03. Other Class 922 — WOVEN ARTICLES All articles must be hand woven. 01. Clothing Item 02. Household Accessory 03. Other Class 923 — YARN, HANDSPUN 05. Wool - plied 01. Fiber Blends 06. Wool - Singles or cotton 02. Fiber other than wool 07. Other Animal Fiber Yarns 03. Novelty 04. Synthetic Fibers

FLEECE Class 924 — COMMERCIAL WOOL Class 106 to be entered on Monday & released 8 am – 2 pm Sunday. Fleeces must have been shorn after Oct. 1, 2020 and be from sheep owned by exhibitor. Fleeces must have a Wool Tag showing breed of sheep and weight. All fleeces must be clean, free from manure, skirted and rolled. Do not tie. Place in plastic bag. Each exhibitor is limited to one fleece in a section. Only a strong staple, free of breaks will be considered. Section No.

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Best of Show— Textiles Sponsored by Walmart Best Fair Theme Exhibit Sponsored by Dutch Bros JUDGE’S CHOICE AWARDS Junior— Sponsored by Kathy Pratt Intermediate— Sponsored by Kathy Pratt Adult— Sponsored by Victor & Elaine Noble Pre-Intermediate— Sponsored by Victor & Elaine Noble

01. Columbia 02. Corriedale 03. Dorset 04. Hampshire 05. Romney

06. Suffolk 07. Other breeds (indicate on tag) 08. Novelty or black fleece 09. Other fiber

Class 925 — WOOL FOR HANDSPINNING Class 107 Fleeces entered on Monday. Released Sunday 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. All fleeces must be current year clip. All fleeces must be well skirted (all debris, foreign matter, less desirable wool removed or entry will be disqualified). All fleeces will be prepared for show (skirted, folded, sides in, rolled back to front and placed in a plastic bag). Fleece should not be tied. Fleeces to have tag attached stating name, address of owner, breed it represents, and if ram, ewe or wether fleece and if hogget fleece (first shearing). Judging based on cleanliness, uniformity, healthiness, texture, and if the wool is characteristic of the breed it represents. Section No. 01. Fine 80-62 count Merino, Rambouillet, Cormo, or other breed or crossbreed of similar count. 02. Wool Breed 50-60 count Corriedale, Columbia, Targee or other breed or crossbred of similar count. 03. Medium 48-60 count Finn, Dorset, Southdown, Cheviot, Suffolk, Hampshire, or other breed or crossbred of similar count. 04. Long Wool 48-36 count Lincoln, Cotswold, Romney, Border Leister, or other breed or crossbred of similar count. 05. Coarse or Carpet Breeds 44 count or below Karakul, Navajo or other breed or crossbred of similar count.

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Class 926 — FAIR THEME, Summer’s BEST Tradition 01. Any one item

CLOTHING CONSTRUCTION Class 927 — CLOTHING FOR SPECIAL NEEDS Please describe on a 3” X 5” card, the special limitations and how the article meets this need. i.e “This article is used by a person with limited finger dexterity. The Velcro fastners make changing clothes easier.” 01. One Item of clothing 02. Set of clothing - 2 or more pieces Class 928 — ORIGINAL DESIGN 01. Any One item constructed without the use of a Commercial pattern 02. Recycled/remodeled fabric & garment

Class 929 — CHILD’S CLOTHING Class 930 — MEN’S OR WOMEN’S CLOTHING 01. Aprons 02. Casual outfit - 1, 2 or more pieces 03. Child’s party or Christening dress 04. Coat- Jacket - Blazer - Vest - Suit 05. Dress 06. Evening, Prom or Wedding Dress 07. Exercise - sporting apparel 08. Lingerie - Swim Suit 09. Pants, shorts or skirts 10. Shirt or blouse 11. Western Attire 12. Other

OPEN CLASS Online Registration You can now go online to get your exhibitor number and preregister your exhibits. Exhibitor numbers will only be available online or at the Red Barn during entry hours. 1. Create an account by first entering a user name, your name, your email address and a password. Click register. 2. Each family member will need a new email address to register online. Then it will ask for a phone number, address, and age. At the bottom of the page click finish registration and get exhibitor number. 3. After a number is generated you can return to your account and start entering any exhibits you would like to bring to fair. • Only one entry per section for judging. • If you have questions whether an exhibit can be entered, bring it on entry day, extra sections not listed may be added. 4. Once you have all exhibits entered in a division, print out a copy. There should be a separate entry sheet for each division. The different divisions are Agriculture, Art, Ceramics, Crafts, Flowers, Food, Photography, Textiles and Preserved Foods. 5. On Sunday, July 25th from 1 - 5 pm and/or Monday, July 26th from 12 noon to 7 pm bring your printed registration papers for each division and your exhibits to the Red Barn.

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You are encouraged to register ahead of time. You can also pick up exhibitor tags at the Fair Office from July 12- July 23 from 10 am - 5 pm. 6. When bringing in your exhibits You will need to bring the printed registration papers your exhibit (project) and exhibitor tags.

REGISTER TODAY! Go to http:/openclass. malheurcountyfair.com

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OPEN CLASS ENTRY FORM Please indicate by checking the appropriate box below to designate the open class division in which this entry is made. Bring registration papers to the Fair when entering. Use a separate form for each classification. To reserve stall space, please pre-register by July 9. Animal entry fee is $5.00 per head for sheep, horses, swine and goats, $5.00 per head for beef and dairy and $3.00 per animal for dogs, rabbit, cavy and poultry.

USE A SEPARATE FORM FOR EACH DIVISION YOU ARE ENTERING. CHECK ONLY ONE:

❏ BEEF

❏ GOAT

❏ SHEEP

❏ CAVY

❏ RABBIT

❏ DAIRY

❏ HORSE

❏ SWINE

❏ POULTRY

❏ DOG

Please print Name

Age

Address

City

State

Telephone

Email

Zip

To the County Fair Board: I have the appropriate box above to select the Division in which my exhibit is to be entered. Please accept the entries listed below, subject to the rules and classifications governing exhibits as published in your premium list of the current year, by which I hereby agree to be governed in exhibiting the same. I realize that if premium money is awarded to said entries that it must be claimed by myself or my representative by September 3, 2021 to prevent forfeiture. I also realize that premium money may not be awarded if funding is not available. I state that all statements made in connection with said entries are true. I hereby release the Malheur County Fair from any liabilities for loss, damage or injury to livestock or other property, while said property is on the fairgrounds.

Signature of exhibitor: PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY CLASS

SECTION

BIRTH DATE

ALL AGES COMPETING

BREED

SEX

STALL/PEN

PLACE

SPECIAL AWARDS

PREMIUM

All sheep and goats will have USDA scrapie tag or goats may be tattooed. All poultry will be blood tested for pullorun-typhoid by Oregon Dept. of Agriculture. All rabbits tattooed and poultry banded.

Indicate total number of head: Beef Cattle

Dairy

Goat

Horse

Sheep

Swine

Cavy

Poultry

Rabbit

Dog

MAIL ENTRY FORM TO: Malheur County Fair, 795 NW 9th St., Ontario, OR 97914 (541-889-3431) THIS SECTION TO BE FILLED IN BY FAIR OFFICIALS

Entry received by:

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Exhibitor No:

Please indicate by checking appropriate box below to designate the open class division in which this entry is made. Pre-entry is not required but can be completed online at http://openclass.malheurcountyfair.com prior to Fair. Advanced registration is encouraged. Exhibitor tags are available in the Fair office from July 12 - July 23rd 10am - 5 pm M-F. Additional forms are available at the Fair Office, or you may photocopy this form. All open class exhibits with the exception of flower exhibits, will be accepted Sunday, July 25 from 1-5 pm and /or Monday, July 26 from noon to 7pm in the Red Barn. Flower exhibits will be accepted Wednesday from 7 a.m. until 9:30 a.m. If you question whether an exhibit can be entered, bring it on entry day, because extra sections can be added. Before entering exhibits, you must obtain an exhibitor number. Exhibitor numbers are available online or at the Red Barn during entry hours.

USE A SEPARATE FORM FOR EACH DIVISION YOU ARE ENTERING. CHECK ONLY ONE: Enter exhibits in the Red Barn on Sunday, July 25 from 1-5 pm and /or Monday, July 26 from noon to 7 pm.

❏ AG-COMMERCIAL

❏ FLOWERS

❏ AG-HOME GARDEN

❏ FOODS

❏ ART

❏ PHOTOGRAPHY

❏ CERAMICS

❏ PRESERVED FOOD

❏ CRAFTS

❏ TEXTILES 6 & under (1000)

Please print

7–13 (2000)

14–18 (3000) 19+ (5000)

Name

Age

Address

City

Telephone

Email

State

Zip

To the County Fair Board: I have checked the appropriate box above to select the Division in which my exhibit is to be entered. Please accept the entries listed below, subject to the rules and classifications governing exhibits as published in your premium list of the current year, by which I hereby agree to be governed in exhibiting the same. I realize that if premium money is awarded to said entries that it must be claimed by myself or my representative by September 3, 2021 to prevent forfeiture. I also realize that premium money may not be awarded if funding is not available. I state that all statements made in connection with said entries are true. I hereby release the Malheur County Fair from any liabilities for loss, damage or injury to livestock or other property, while said property is on the fairgrounds. Entries can be picked up Sunday, August 1, from 8 am–2 pm or the following week 10 am-5 pm at the Fair office.

Signature of exhibitor: PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY CLASS

SECTION

IDENTIFYING DESCRIPTION: COLOR, SIZE, DESIGNS, ETC.

PLACING

SPECIAL AWARDS

PREMIUM

MAIL ENTRY FORM TO: Malheur County Fair, 795 NW 9th St., Ontario, OR 97914 (541-889-3431) or bring with your exhibits on Sunday, July 25 from 1-5 pm and /or Monday, July 26 from noon to 7 pm. of Fair week in the Red Barn. Flower exhibits will be accepted Wednesday, 7–9:30 a.m.

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4-H DEPARTMENT Positive youth development is the primary goal of the 4-H program. The Malheur County Fair provides experiences designed to contribute to the leadership development and personal growth of 4-H youth. The Fair provides the setting for a showcase of the products, skills and knowledge of the youth who participate in the 4-H program. Above all, the Fair provides an opportunity to share friendships, become acquainted with others and have fun.

4-H CLUBS Rules and Regulations Please read General Rules, under Malheur County Fair All rules from this section apply to 4-H

1. 4-H members, 9-19 years of age as of September 1st are eligible to compete in the 4-H Department. All returning 4-H members must be enrolled in 4-H and all forms must be filed with the Extension Office no later than January 31, 2021 to be eligible to exhibit at the fair in the 4-H department. The 4-H Code of Conduct will be enforced throughout the fair. Any member not adhering to the guidelines will be excused from all fair 4-H events. When participating in 4-H activities, you are representing yourself, your club, your county and the state 4-H program. 2. Record book, Fair Entries, Special County Awards and County Medal Application Deadline-Completed record books for all 4-H’ers who wish to exhibit at the fair are due by 4 P.M., Friday, July 16th, at the Malheur County Extension Office, 710 SW 5th Ave., Ontario, Oregon. Incomplete records may result in disqualification from the project area. Record book interviews will be conducted the week of July 12-16, 2021. 4-H’ers should bring their records to the interview at that time. 3. All livestock exhibits and small animals must be entered using the 4-H entry form at the County Extension Office by Friday, July 9th in order to exhibit in the 4-H section of the fair. Late arrivals and incomplete entries or record books will not be accepted and will not be able to exhibit at fair. 4. All livestock exhibits must be in by 7 P.M., Tuesday, July 27th. 4-H members entering livestock must care for and exhibit their own animals. Animals which cannot be handled by a 4-H member may not be shown in 4-H classes or sold through the auction sale. 5. All beef and dairy animals will have a neck rope or chain with a lead tied to the manger in addition to a halter. Neck rope or chain will be used at all times while in the barns. Nose tongs/nose rings are not permitted except on bulls. 6. OWNERSHIP DEADLINES— All market animals must be owned and in possession of the member by spring weigh-in dates established each year. All horses must be either owned or under lease agreement by April 23rd, with a lease agreement for each horse leased on file at the County Extension Office. All breeding livestock, and small animals must be either owned or under lease agreement and in possession of member by June 1. 7. Market Animal Required Paperwork - Change of ownership, brand inspection certificate (E-slip) or brand inspection slips (beef) will be required at final weigh-in. Completed health forms must be turned in at the final weigh-in for market animals and also required for

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consigned dairy heifers. Brand inspection slips and Feed Affidavits are required before cattle will be loaded on truck. 8. Health rules of open class exhibits apply to 4-H livestock. 9. 4-H livestock exhibitors need to be an enrolled member and use their own or leased animal in showmanship contests. Members are required to participate in showmanship for each project area entered in the fair. 10. A youth may show in both 4-H and FFA but must be different animals/exhibits in each program. No crossover exhibits. Member must specify if their market project is 4-H or FFA at spring weigh-in. The member may not switch after spring weigh-in or declaration dates. 11. Release time for all livestock and Static projects is 8 A.M. Sunday. 4-H horses will be released after 6 P.M. on Saturday. Market lambs, and hogs will be loaded out Sunday morning and market steers will be loaded out Sunday or Monday morning. ALL EXHIBITORS must check out with the 4-H Agent or Superintendent on the final day of fair. ALL EXHIBITORS are responsible for proper care and cleaning until ALL their animals are loaded on the truck and removed from the fair grounds. If not properly cared for the exhibitor may not be able to exhibit at future shows and incur a $25.00/day charge. 12. Exhibitors will not be paid premiums on more than one exhibit per section. 13. The same animal may not be entered in more than one section including showmanship contests. Exceptions: championship, member’s herd, etc. FFA market animals may not be shown in 4-H showmanship contests. In order to exhibit 4-H and FFA you must be enrolled in both organizations and the project must be different animals/exhibit and records must be kept accordingly within that organization. 14. The 4-H Department is a youth show. All care and fitting must be done by the 4-H member. Involvement of adults must be limited to advising. Any 4-H animal fitted for showing by adults or professionals will be declared ineligible for show, premiums or sale. 15. Members will properly care for their animals each day, including sale day. This means periodic watering, exercise and washing. Market animals not cared for properly will be ineligible to sell. 16. Judges may ask questions about the member’s animal in showmanship, breeding and market contests. 17. All 4-H Livestock Animal Science members will participate in showmanship contests with each species being exhibited at fair. All horse members must participate in horse showmanship. If participating in Ranch Horse, Ranch Horse showmanship is required. Members participating in both livestock and horse projects will participate in both livestock and horse showmanship. 18. The “Merit” method of judging will be used. Judges will rank the exhibits in 1, 2, 3 order, then divide them into blue, red and white award groups according to quality. Premiums will be paid. No premiums will be paid for champions. In market steer, market lamb, market goat, and market hog classes blue ribbons will be estimated as choice, red ribbons as select and white ribbons as standard. White ribbons are not allowed to sell. 19. No animal is eligible to enter in both market and breeding stock classes.

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20. All 4-H’ers must possess a season pass or day pass for each day present at fair. 21. In livestock barns, when not watering animals, hoses will be disconnected from faucets. Y valves must have shutoffs. Fans will be allowed in all barns. In beef barns, misters may be used at clubs expense. Each 4-H club will be responsible for installation and maintenance of misters and fans. 22. All pens/stalls must be cleaned by 8 A.M. each morning. 23. No small animals including lambs and goats will be allowed in the beef barns. 24. No animal can be removed from the fairgrounds without a checkout form, signed by the superintendent of that division and 4-H agent. 25. All campers will have an adult 21 years or older stay with them in the camping area. 26. DRESS CODE: When participating in 4-H activities, you are representing yourself, your club, your county and the state 4-H program. Clothing is to be neat, clean, and appropriate for the activity. Clean long pants-no holes. Collared dress shirt with sleeves, short or long sleeved depending on project, buttoned appropriately. No logos other than 4-H or FFA. No bare midriffs. Hats are allowed if required for a project (horse) or at judge’s discretion. Appropriate closed toed shoes or boots for showing. No sandals. Please make sure to have a clean set of clothing for the Market Livestock Sale. All members must wear appropriate clothing and foot wear when caring for their animals in the barn and the wash rack. At no time are low cut tops, t-shirts with offensive language, or short shorts appropriate. 27. END OF FAIR CHECKOUT: All stalls need to be cleaned out, decorations completely taken down, refuse deposited at dump sites and checked by superintendent at the end of fair. Please do not leave until a superintendent, 4-H Agent or Livestock Agent have checked your stall(s). $25.00 fee will be charged to the exhibitor if stalls are not clean at checkout. 28. The Round Robin Showmanship Contest will have Champion and Reserve Champion Participants from each division. If you win more than one showmanship contest you choose the one you want to compete in and the next showman moves up. Round Robin is held on Saturday after the Livestock and Dairy Sale. Check-in with the 4-H Agent prior to Saturday for instructions. 29. The use of drugs, off label or illegal, or any herbal formula on market animals is not allowed. Random drug testing of any animal may occur. See Livestock Health Requirements in Malheur County Fair General Rules, Livestock Health Requirements and MCJLS Drug Policy. 30. When a situation can’t be resolved by the 4-H Agent, Leader or Superintendent, the concern or issue will be addressed by a variance committee. A variance committee consisting of a 4-H Leader, 4-H Agent, outside Extension Agent from another county and the species superintendent will work to resolve concerns brought forth to the 4-H Agent. 31. Ensuring that generous donations of awards and livestock sale buyers are acknowledged is of utmost importance. Members are required to write well written thank you notes prior to receiving their award. 32. Livestock shows provide an opportunity for the general public to be exposed to agricultural exhibits. Exhibitors should be mindful of the show equipment being used and the manner in which it is being used. Show Management or Livestock Committee Leadership/Ring Stewards reserve the right to decide

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4-H Contests RECORD BOOK CONTEST Records are required for all fair contestants and for certain special awards and trophies. Check award listings for specific information. Records are also required for intermediate and senior 4-H members applying for county medals. Therefore all 4-H members interested in specific county fair awards designated as requiring records and/or a county medal must complete and turn in their records to the Malheur County Extension Office by Friday, July 9th by 4 PM in conjunction with an interview by a record book judge. Contact the Malheur County Extension Office to schedule your interview time. Guidelines for Malheur Co. 4-H records, the county medal application form & procedures for special awards are available from the Malheur County Extension Office. 4-H Records are entered into junior, intermediate and senior classes with ribbons awarded. Special awards will be awarded to the top records in each division. No premiums.

4-H NEWS REPORTERS CONTEST News reporters may enter a minimum of three actual newspaper clippings of stories written by the 4-H club news reporter and published in a newspaper. The entry is to be submitted and fastened in a 4-H folder (available from the Malheur Co. Extension Office), with the member’s name, title and club name on front of the folder. Special display ribbons awarded. No premiums.

4-H SECRETARY CONTEST Secretaries may enter a minimum of three sets of club minutes taken and written by the 4-H club secretary. The entry is to be submitted and fastened in a 4-H folder, with the member name, title and club name on the front of the folder. Special display ribbons awarded. No premiums.

SCRAPBOOK CONTEST All members may enter a Scrapbook of their 4-H memorabilia including ribbons, pictures, certificates and other items a member wishes to include relating to the 4-H project(s). Project books should not be included. Special display ribbons awarded. No premiums.

COUNTY MEDALS County Medals are available to recognize 4-H members in project or activity areas who have demonstrated advanced accomplishments in a 4-H project, as well as in leadership and citizenship activities. County Medal applications are due Friday, July 9th by 4:00 P.M. to the Extension Office. Eligibility-Members must be 12-19 years old as of September 1st, Members may receive only one project medal per year, Members may also receive a Fashion Revue Medal or an Achievement Medal in the same year they receive a project medal, if merited by outstanding accomplishment, members may receive the same medal

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once as an Intermediate and once as a Senior. (Exception: Fashion Revue and Achievement Medals may only be awarded once to any member). Application Procedure-Applications for county medals can be made in two ways: 1) The 4-H leader nominates members and has him or her fill out a County Medal Application Form. The leader then writes a recommendation and signs the application form; or 2) A member initiates his or her own nomination by completing a County Medal Application Form and taking it to his or her leader for signature and leader recommendation. County Medals will be awarded at the 4- H Recognition Program

SPECIAL 4-H ANIMAL SCIENCE AWARDS County 4-H Animal Science Awards are awarded to the Best Livestock Breeding Project- Dr. Leonard Sherman Memorial, Top 4-H Beef Cattle Exhibitor, Best Dairy Breeding Project, Top 4-H Dairy Goat Exhibitor, Top Meat Goat Exhibitor, Best Sheep Breeding Project, Top 4-H Poultry Exhibitor, Top Rabbit Exhibitor and Linda Leininger Memorial 4-H Horse Member Award. Awards will be given at the awards program. Record book scores will be a used in the selection of awards.

SPORTSMANSHIP AWARDS Awards for Sportsmanship will be awarded to 4-H’ers at the fair awards program Saturday evening. Friendliness, helpfulness, enthusiasm and attitude are considered.

4-H CLOVERBUDS (County Only) 4-H Cloverbuds is a 4-H program in Oregon for children 5-8 years old. The 4-H Cloverbuds program appeals to children’s natural curiosity, enthusiasm for learning and high energy level by providing an opportunity for active hands-on learning in a noncompetitive environment. Malheur County 4-H members enrolled in 4-H Cloverbuds may enter one or both of the following exhibit classes for display only. Exhibits will not be judged. Each exhibit will be awarded a participant ribbon. Section No. CLO. 01. Scrapbook or journal of mementos, stories, pictures, drawings showing 4-H Cloverbud activities during the club year. CLO. 02. One to three projects completed during club year. CLO. 03 MCF Show & Tell Class with small animal

4-H Animal Science Division Livestock shows provide an opportunity for the general public to be exposed to agricultural exhibits. Exhibitors should be mindful of the show equipment being used and the manner in which it is being used. Show Management or Livestock Committee Leadership/Ring Stewards reserve the right to decide what constitutes acceptable show equipment and how the equipment is being used by the exhibitor.

HEALTHY ANIMALS By entry into the County Fair, the 4-H exhibitor and associated parties, agree to the following: 1. All animals may be subject to health or veterinary inspection at any time from arrival on the grounds to departure from the grounds. • While an effort will always be made to have the exhibitor with the animal during an inspection, this may not always be possible. 2. No animal will be allowed to remain on the grounds if it shows evidence of any infectious or contagious disease or any unsightly disease conditions such as warts, ringworm, fungus, etc. • Objections can be reviewed by the on-call veterinarian, at the owner’s expense; the on call/on-site veterinarian decision is final. 3. Animals considered unsightly for any reason will also be subject to removal from the show and the grounds. “Unsightly” in this case is defined as an appearance of unhealthiness or an appearance of poor care or husbandry; this might include animals obviously and/ or significantly under-weight, animals in poor condition due to age or other circumstances, or animals not handling the stress of the show conditions for reasons beyond our control. It is important animals not only be healthy, but that they also appear healthy. Animals at the fair are on display; they represent not just the member, their club, their county or even our state, but

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the agriculture and animal science industry as well as youth raising animals, nationwide. Even owners who take the utmost care of their animals can have unfortunate circumstances which lead to an animal not at its best. 4-H will not subject our youth to the scrutiny an “unsightly” animal may bring. Therefore, a 4-H staff member, committee for animal health, or veterinarian may encourage or suggest an animal be removed for this reason. The 4-H Staff Member in charge of animal science will make the final decision and it will be final. 4. Exhibitors agree they have reviewed and will abide by the Oregon 4-H Animal Science Ethical Standards and they understand that a violation of these ethical standards will be treated, including potential disciplinary action, just as any other violation of expected conduct. BIO-SECURITY 1. As part of maintaining animal health and safety, members are expected to do their best at following some simple bio-security measures. Obviously, any show brings challenges if a contagion is present, this is why it is so critically important to only bring healthy animals to the show, but even under the most crowded conditions, there are things each of us can do in an effort to not spread contaminants. • Only bring healthy animals to the show • When possible, don’t let animals touch noses (very difficult for some species in classes and waiting) • Don’t share grooming or fitting items • Don’t share feed pans or buckets • Don’t go from pen to pen petting on animals that haven’t previously been housed together • Don’t stuff hoses into water buckets, let the water fall into the bucket

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If you suspect an animal to be unhealthy, or have a contagious or infectious disease, be respectful and ask the right people to follow up. 1. If there is a club leader, you may always go to them first and share your concerns. 2. Find the superintendent for the species and share your concerns. 3. Remember, they may follow up and a veterinarian may disagree with your diagnosis, the on-call veterinarian’s call is final. 4. Contact the 4-H Staff member in charge of animal science if you have additional concerns or feel action has not been taken. 5. Refrain from spreading rumors, opinions, or disparaging the 4-H member or volunteers; please?

3. All animals exhibited in 4-H classes must be housed and groomed in the 4-H designated area. Typically, overnight tie-outs have not been allowed; however, if space is available, beef tie outs may become available. 4. Only animals exhibited in 4-H classes may be kept in the 4-H barn/area. 5. All beef and dairy cattle must be double tied (halter and neck rope). 6. Animals waste and combustible material will be dumped in designated areas only. 7. Swine pens are to be completely cleaned daily. 8. No muzzles allowed. In special occasions, if animal requires a muzzle, it must be agreed to by the superintendent and the 4-H Staff member in charge. The member or other exhibitor must be present at the pen any time the animal is muzzled. The exhibitor is expected to greet and educate all public who are interested in why the muzzle is being used. If necessary, instead of a muzzle, indoor/outdoor carpet or other bedding may be used. 9. All pens must be cleaned and stripped before you leave the grounds on Monday.

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1. All animals exhibited must have been carried in a 4-H project by the exhibitor since spring weigh-in deadlines or June 1 (whichever is first). 2. Registered animals must be registered in the name of the exhibitor. (Registration in a partnership or family name is acceptable if the 4-H member’s animals have been designated at the beginning of the project). 3. Exhibitors must own the animals they exhibit (exceptions: leased animals and brace dogs). 4. 4-H exhibitors are not allowed to share an animal in Livestock and Small Animal Projects. Exception: Two or more members of the same family may share an animal in the Dog project. 5. Owners of cattle should provide haulers with transportation certificates to identify ownership.

1. 4-H members must show their own animals unless excused by the superintendent. 2. Abusive language, unsportsmanlike conduct, or abuse of an animal in any contest can be reason for dismissal from the show ring and/or the show, at the discretion of the show superintendent. 3. The 4-H Division is a youth show. All care and fitting must be done by the 4-H exhibitor. Exhibitors should be able to demonstrate if asked. Involvement of adults must be limited to advising. Any 4-H animal fitted for showing by adults or professional will be declared ineligible for showing. 4-H animals must be fitted in the 4-H barn area. 4. Sheep, lambs, and goats must be shown with their front feet on the ground. 5. All exhibitors will abide by the Oregon 4-H Animal Science Ethical Standards. Not abiding by these or other rules, is a serious violation of expected conduct and significant consequences may apply.

• Invite the public to wash their hands if they touch your animal, know where the nearest handwashing station is and/or have disinfectant wipes available for them • If you suspect you’ve been in contact with something contagious, change clothes, wash, etc.

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LEASED ANIMALS Members may lease animals as long as: a. Copies of leases specifying responsibilities of lessee and lessor are on file at the county Extension office by June 1. (Horses, 90-days prior to their County Fair) b. Members have the care responsibility as of June 1, (Horses, 90 days prior to their County Fair) Including: i. A clear understanding of feed and care regiment ii. Actual time feeding and caring for the animal iii. Do all their own fitting and show preparation This does NOT mean animals must reside at the member’s residence or facility.

HOUSING OF 4-H LIVESTOCK 1. Each exhibitor shall furnish the necessary feed for their animals and arrange for their care. Traditionally, shavings have been provided for all animals. Straw and special shavings may not be available. Check with your Extension staff or the state website when it gets closer to the show to determine bedding availability. 2. Exhibitors must provide their own hay, feed, feeders and water buckets.

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SHOWMANSHIP 1. Animal Science exhibitors are required to participate in showmanship contests relating to their exhibits, including all dog show exhibitors. Animals exhibited in showmanship class must also be shown in a conformation class (Exception: dogs, llamas/alpacas, and horses). 2. Contestants must show their own/leased animals at this show. 3. Judges may ask questions about the member’s animal, fitting and showing. 4. Champions in each livestock project and each age division are expected to participate in the Master Showmanship class. 5. Livestock shows provide an opportunity for the general public to be exposed to agricultural exhibits. Exhibitors should be mindful of the show equipment being used and the manner in which it is being used. Show Management or Livestock Committee Leadership/Ring Stewards reserve the right to decide what constitutes acceptable show equipment and how the equipment is being used by the exhibitor.

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SHOW EQUIPMENT 1. Livestock shows provide an opportunity for the general public to be exposed to agricultural exhibits. Exhibitors should be mindful of the show equipment being used and the manner in which it is being used. Show Management or Livestock Committee Leadership/Ring Stewards reserve the right to decide what constitutes acceptable show equipment and how the equipment is being used by the exhibitor.

LIVESTOCK JUDGING AND AWARDS 1. The judge’s decision is FINAL. 2. The “Merit” method of judging will be used. Judges will divide exhibits into Blue, Red and White award groups according to quality. They may then rank the top 2+ as needed for returns and championship designation. 3. A champion and reserve champion will be selected only when the judge deems there are entries of champion quality. Breeding Sheep, Meat Goat, Fiber Goat, and Swine-Champion and reserve of each breed will be selected when deemed appropriate. One champion and reserve champion shall be selected in the crossbreed classes based on commercial standards. These Champions and in some cases, Reserve Champion selections will return to select a Supreme Female. In all Market or Wether classes, – Champion and reserve champion wether. All wethers competing together. Dairy Goat and Dairy Cattle will separate into JR and SR animals. Each breed will select best two for returns; In the return class, CH and RC Junior or Senior animal will be selected, these will then return for a supreme Female award. Depending on numbers, superintendents have the flexibility to break classes up by breed, instead of bringing CH and RC of each breed, regardless of age, back for a Supreme Female award. Cattle will be grouped by: British, Continental, AOB, and Crossbred categories. Each area will return selected blues, deemed appropriate; both Junior and senior animals. Champion and Reserve Champions of each category will be chosen and those animals returned for Supreme Female selection. Fleeces-Champion and reserve champion of each breed, and a grand champion of all breeds. Rabbit and Cavy-Champion and reserve champion of each breed, if 6 or more of that breed are represented. Poultry and Pigeon-Champion and reserve champion of each breed. If 6 or more birds of that breed are represented. Dogs-Champion and reserve champion in each class of Obedience. Champion and reserve champion as well as up to Top 8 Medals of Merit in each age division of Showmanship. Companion pet class may also receive a Medal of Merit if judge deems them worthy. Showmanship-Intermediate and senior champion and reserve champion in all areas except horse. All areas, and all classes may be broken down differently depending on numbers, exhibitors and breeds present with superintendent and staff approval. 4. All champions and reserve champions must have won a blue award and be of championship quality as determined by the judge. 5. If more than 10 are entered in any showmanship class, the class may be divided into two or more sections for judging, at the discretion of the show committee. 6. In “other breeds” breeding classes, each breed and variety will be judged as a separate breed, and will be eligible for awards when deemed appropriate by numbers, by judge, or by superintendent.

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7. Non-registered (grade) females shall be entered in the breed class. 8. Crossbred females may be shown in 4-H classes. They shall be entered in the crossbred class. 9. When purebred females with crossbred calves are shown in the dam and daughter class, they shall be shown in the class designated by breed of dam. 10. If a member shows a mixed herd, it will be shown in the “other breeds” category.

HERDSMANSHIP The 4-H Herdsmanship Contest is designed to help 4-H members learn skills in making a presentable exhibit for the public as well as learn skills in teamwork, courtesy, cooperation, neatness, and proper care of animals. Members will compete representing their club in Beef, Sheep, Swine, Dairy, Dairy Goats, Pygmy Goats, Fiber Goat, Meat Goats and llama/alpaca. Three categories will be used: Individual (1 member), small (2-4 members) and large (5+ members) – all are eligible for Champion and Reserve Champion species awards. Overall Club teams made up of all species will also be recognized. Teams must have 5+ exhibitors and 3 minimum species in overall, to be considered for Champion and Reserve Champion Overall Awards. Champion and Reserve Champion awards will only be awarded to blue ribbon averages/scores. All equipment, including wheel barrows, shovels, fitting stands, etc., MUST be labeled with the Club name. All materials used to decorate must be fire retardant. BASIS FOR SCORING: Members & Promotion……………………….………30 points Appearance (hard soled shoes, completed stall cards present), friendliness, courtesy, conduct, cooperation and work done by members. Club must be clearly identified. Decorations are preferred, but are not required; however up to 5 points may be deducted if decorations are not present. Preference is for member(s) to be present. However, if no members are present, the following point deductions may be attributed specifically to club presence: If any problems are discovered, up to -10 points are allowed; if no problems are discovered, -5 maximum. Animals…………………………………….40 points Securely tied or penned, clean, comfortable, and safely stalled. Animal’s well-being is being evaluated considering the exhibitor’s attention to proper feeding, handling, disease prevention, sanitation and concern for the animal’s safety. Exhibit Area………………………………..30 points Area is clean and orderly; stalls clean and well bedded; tack, grooming and cleaning equipment is properly stored, labeled with club name; buckets secured or removed if empty; barn aisles swept and clean; feed area, associated fitting stands and areas neat, clean and orderly. • Herdsmanship may be judged daily • Blue, Red, White awards will be announced daily • Ribbons will be provided to Champion and Reserve Champion winners

RABBITS Read Animal Science Rules and Health Requirements. Please look in the Exhibitor’s Schedule in regards to delivery and mandatory rabbit health checks on the day of the show.

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4-H members must be present to show their rabbits. Members will carry their rabbits to the judging table and show them while they are being judged. Members may leave rabbits in carrying cages, use cages already set up or set up their own. No rabbits are allowed on grounds except those to be exhibited. Permanent identification is recommended. Members will provide their own carpet square or mat at the show table. Any rabbit that has a permanent defect will be placed in the white ribbon group. Any rabbit that has a correctable problem shall, at the judges’ discretion, be placed in the Red or White ribbon group. Any rabbit that does not fit in a breed standard should be placed in the crossbred class. The crossbred class will be judged on condition. RABBIT SHOWMANSHIP (required) 761 500 002 Intermediate 761 500 003 Senior BREED CLASSES Due to RDHV Virus there will not be a breed class this year. Note: Fill in blank in class number (__) with one of the following numbers.

HEAVYWEIGHTS 11 Creme D’Argent 01 American 12 Flemish Giant 02 American Sable 13 Hotot 03 Angora (Giant) 14 Lop (English) 04 Beveren 15 Lop (French) 05 Californian 16 New Zealand 06 Champagne D’Argent 17 Palomino 07 Checkered Giant 18 Satin 08 Chinchilla (American) 19 Silver Fox 09 Chinchilla (Giant) 20 Heavy Weight Crossbred 10 Cinnamon 761 1_ _ 020 Junior Doe, born March 1 to May 31, 2021 761 1_ _ 030 Intermediate Doe, born January 1 to February 28, 2021 761 1_ _ 040 Senior Doe, born before January 1, 2021 761 1_ _ 060 Junior Buck, born March 1 to May 31, 2021 761 1_ _ 070 Intermediate Buck, born January 1 to February 29, 2021 761 1_ _ 080 Senior Buck, born before January 1, 2021 LIGHTWEIGHTS 36 Lilac 21 American Fuzzy Lop 37 Lop (Holland) 22 Angora (English) 38 Lop (Mini) 23 Angora (French) 39 Mini Rex 24 Angora (Satin) 40 Mini Satin 25 Belgian Hare 41 Netherland Dwarf 26 Britania Petite 42 Polish 27 Chinchilla (Standard) 43 Rex 28 Dutch 44 Rhinelander 29 Dwarf Hotot 45 Silver 30 English Spot 46 Silver Marten 31 Florida White 47 Tan 32 Harlequin 48 Thrianta 33 Havana 49 Other Lightweight Breeds 34 Himalayan 35 Jersey Wooley & Light-weight Crossbreds 761 1_ _ 100 Junior Doe, less than 6 months old, born after March 1, 2021 761 1_ _ 110 Senior Doe, more than 6 months old, born before March 1, 2021 761 1_ _ 120 Junior Buck, less than 6 months old, born after March 1, 2021 761 1_ _ 130 Senior Buck, more than 6 months old, born before March 1, 2021 MARKET RABBITS To be judged on conformation, condition, and uniformity - all breeds

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competing. Rabbits will not be taken home. 761 300 010 Fryer, 3.5 to 5 pounds each, 69 days old or younger 761 300 020 Pen of Three Fryers, 3.5 to 5 pounds each, 69 days old or younger 761 300 030 Roaster, over 5 pounds to 7½ pounds, 70 to 90 days old 761 300 040 Pen of Three Roasters, over 5 to 7½ pounds each, 70 to 90 days old Allowable breeds to be sold in the Junior Livestock Sale: New Zealand, American, Californian, Blanc de Hotot, American Chinchilla, Silver Fox, Champagne, Cinnamons, Satins, Standard Rex, Palomino, Flemish Giants, American Sable or Cross Breeds of the above

POULTRY & EGGS Read Animal Science Rules and Health Requirements. Please look in the Exhibitor’s Schedule in regards to delivery and mandatory bird health checks on the day of the show. It is recommended members bring food and water containers for each animal and that all birds be banded. 4-H poultry members must be present to show their birds. The Oregon 4-H Showmanship procedure will be used (4-H Poultry Showmanship, 4-H 1503). Members will carry their single bird exhibit to the judges’ table and show them while they are being judged. Recognized breeds will be judged separately if numbers warrant. SHOWMANSHIP (required) 731 500 002 Intermediate Poultry Showmanship 731 500 003 Senior Poultry Showmanship 732 500 002 Intermediate Pigeon Showmanship 732 500 003 Senior Pigeon Showmanship CHICKENS Note: Fill in blank in class number (__) with one of the following numbers.

1. Pullet, hatched this year 2. Cockerel, hatched this year 3. Hen, prior to this year’s hatch 4. Cock, prior to this year’s hatch 731 101 0_0 *APA Standard Bred Large Fowl 731 101 1_0 **Non-APA Standard Bred Large Fowl 731 101 2_0 ***Cross-Bred Large Fowl *Breeds entered in the American Poultry Association (APA) classes are based on those birds found exclusively in the APA book titled Standards of Perfection. **The non-APA standard bred large fowl class would include birds found in standards other than APA, like the British or Japanese Standards. ***The crossbred large fowl class would include known backyard crosses, sex links and birds associated with the OSU Animal Sciences Dept./Oregon Fryer Commission Pen of Fryers Contest. 731 102 0_0 APA and ABA Standard Bred - Bantam 731 102 1_0 Non-Standard Bred - Bantam 731 102 2_0 Cross-Bred - Bantam PEN OF LAYING HENS Three hens in production. Hens should not have been shown in individual classes and count as one entry. To be scored on the following criteria: Condition: Visible signs of production: Vigor 10 points 40 points Cleanliness 10 points Uniformity: 30 points Feathering 10 points 731 200 010 Pen of Laying Hens three hens in production

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MARKET CHICKENS Birds will be weighed individually at the fair. All breeds will compete together. 731 300 010 Broiler/Fryer, pen of three (under 8 weeks) 4-6 pounds live weight. 731 300 020 Roaster, pen of three (8-16 weeks) over 6 pounds live weight. OTHER FOWL Note: Fill in blank in class number (__) with one of the following numbers.

1. Young Female, hatched this year 2. Young Male, hatched this year 3. Old Female, prior to this year’s hatch 4. Old Male, prior to this year’s hatch 731 103 0_0 APA Standard Bred Duck 731 103 1_0 Commercial Nonstandard Breed and/or Crossbred Duck 731 104 0_0 APA Standard Bred Goose 731 104 1_0 Commercial Nonstandard Breed and/or Crossbred Goose 731 105 0_0 APA Standard Bred Turkey 731 105 1_0 Commercial Nonstandard Breed and/or Crossbred Turkey 731 106 0_0 Other (no emus or ostriches) PIGEONS Note: Fill in blank in class number (__) with one of the following numbers.

1. Young Hen 2. Young Cock 3. Old Hen 4. Old Cock 732 101 0_0 Homer 732 102 0_0 Performing 732 103 0_0 Fancy 732 104 0_0 Utility 732 105 0_0 Doves EGGS Eggs may be delivered to the exhibit building, with other county exhibits. They will be judged on interior and exterior quality and uniformity. Eggs will be judged following the poultry show. Eggs will NOT be returned. Note: Fill in blank in class number (__) with one of the following numbers.

1 Chicken 2 Duck 3 Turkey 4 Other Species 731 40_ 010 White Eggs, one dozen 731 40_ 020 Brown Eggs, one dozen 731 40_ 030 Other Eggs, one dozen

Dogs Exhibitors are expected to know and follow all Animal Science Rules and Health Requirements. The same dog may not be entered in more than one obedience class. Qualify for State Fair: Get a purple ribbon, and qualify for State Fair! Members must bring the same dog(s) for competition at State Fair as was shown at the county level by the member. Dogs are not permitted on the Fairgrounds except to participate in 4-H Dog Show classes and then only in designated areas; therefore, dogs not entered in the show are NOT allowed. Dogs may not be taken to other areas of the Fairgrounds, even if on a leash.

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If members are traveling a great distance and need to stay overnight, they will have to make their own arrangements for their dogs – RV spaces will be available. Remember, all dogs must be in hand or crated, so be sure you bring everything you need to keep your dog healthy and happy. Members bringing dogs to the County Fair are required to have their dogs currently vaccinated against Rabies, DH or DHP and Parvovirus. No health certificate is required. However, if a dog has a visible skin or physical problem, a certificate from a veterinarian is required indicating the condition is not contagious nor harmful to the dog during competition. Females in season will be shown at the end of the day and should remain in the area specified by the show chair during the day. Crates are required for all dogs. (Exercise pens are NOT allowed) All dogs must be “on lead” while on the Fairgrounds. Drilling and correction while on the show grounds is not allowed. Dogs must wear properly fitted collars; spiked and pronged collars and head harnesses are not allowed on the grounds. Aggressive dogs will not be tolerated and will be excused from the show and the vicinity. See 4-H 1202, 4-H Dog Obedience, Showmanship and Contest Guide for specific rules. The Oregon 4-H Dress Code of neat and clean is encouraged and expected; closed toed shoes are also expected. Inappropriate dress such as low cut tops, t-shirts with offensive language or torn jeans are not acceptable. DOG SHOWMANSHIP (required) There are no crossovers allowed between Showmanship and Companion Pet categories, members will either choose one or the other. Multiple dogs could be used if members choose to enter both classes. 763 500 002 Dog Showmanship, Intermediate 763 500 003 Dog Showmanship, Senior 764 500 002 Companion Pet & Exotics, Intermediate 764 500 003 Companion Pet & Exotics, Senior OBEDIENCE CLASSES Members who participate in a Companion Pet class are allowed to participate with their “companion” dog, in obedience classes. Note: Fill in blank in class number (__) with corresponding number for Intermediate or Senior.

2 Intermediate 3 Senior 763 100 11_ Pre-Novice Dog Obedience 763 100 12_ Beginner Novice Obedience 763 100 13_ Novice Dog Obedience 763 100 14_ Graduate Novice Dog Obedience 763 100 16_ Advanced Graduate Novice Dog Obedience 763 100 17_ Open Dog Obedience 763 100 18_ Open Challenge Dog Obedience 763 100 19_ Utility Dog Obedience 763 100 20_ Veteran/Handicapped Dog Obedience RALLY CLASSES Qualify for State Fair: Must have scored a 70 or higher with the exhibiting dog in Rally to participate at state fair. This score may be at a county fair or another Rally event – simply show your scoresheet with a 70 or higher score to your 4-H/Extension staff before state fair registration. Note: Fill in blank in class number (__) with corresponding number for Intermediate or Senior.

2 Intermediate 3 Senior 763 100 30_ Beginner – on-lead 763 100 31_ Advanced – will be off-lead, include a jump, and various AKC advance signs

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BRACE CLASS Two dogs will perform at the same time, as a unit, doing the novice class exercises. The brace will be handled by one handler. The dogs need not be of the same breed or owned by the same person but need to be currently enrolled in the Dog Project. (For complete directions see: “4-H Dog Obedience, Showmanship and Contest Guide,” available on the state 4-H website. 763 100 082 Brace Class, Intermediate 763 100 083 Brace Class, Senior CANINE GOOD CITIZEN Handler and dog teams will be evaluated by appointment. Following AKC guidelines, handler will be asked to perform ten tasks with their dog. One task re-test is allowed as long as handler and dog has passed the remaining nine tasks. Body harnesses that do not restrict the dog’s movements are approved testing equipment in addition to properly fitted collars. Food is not permitted as a positive reinforcement during the evaluation. 763 100 402 Canine Good Citizen, Intermediate 763 100 403 Canine Good Citizen, Senior COMPANION INTERVIEWS Companion interviews will be conducted by appointment. Handler and dog teams are expected to be dressed for an interview and be on time. Members may be asked about dog care, grooming, nutrition, the benefits of owning a dog and other related information. Schedule will be released the week prior to the show. 764 500 002 Companion Pet (Dog), Intermediate 764 500 003 Companion Pet (Dog), Senior

EXOTICS/PETS Read Animal Science Rules and Health Requirements. Please look in the Exhibitor’s Schedule in regards to exotic pets and dog interview schedules and opportunities. Animal Requirements All animals must be in good health. Animals with visible injuries, external parasites, or displaying signs of disease will not be shown and excused from the 4-H County Fair Exotic and Pet Day. Exhibitors showing cats must bring current vaccination records to show cat is upto-date on rabies and feline distemper (panleukoponia) vaccine. Any food, water, and equipment necessary to ensure animal wellbeing must be provided. This will vary depending on animal species. For example, reptiles may require an aquarium with heat source and cats may require a kennel carrier. Any animal a 4-H youth has had a relationship with for at least six months and is at least nine months old is eligible to be shown at the 4-H County and State Exotic and Companion Pet Day. Judging Criteria Members must provide their own kennel/cage/aquarium that allows exhibitor access to the animal, if appropriate for that species, and safely secures animal during scheduled interview time and judging. Exhibitors are responsible for any needs to show their animal. For example, carpet, gloves, brush. Animals that are taken out of their kennel/cage/ aquarium must be properly secured with either leash, collar, harness, string tied, etc in order to prevent loss in an unfamiliar, fast-paced environment. This will be by choice of the exhibitor and there will be no points off for securing the animal humanely. Exhibitors will have a one-on-one interview with a Judge. Exhibitors will be asked a variety of questions regarding their animal, its care, how they came to own it, etc. Judging criteria will be based on member’s

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animal knowledge, interview presence, cleanliness and healthy appearance of animal, and member’s comfort showing and explaining their animal, and educational display content. During scheduled interview time and while waiting for interview with a Judge, 4-H youth and their animal will have the opportunity to interact with the public. 4-H youth are expected to bring an educational display that helps inform the public on their animal species. Interview Scheduling Interviews will be by appointment. Members are expected to be on time and dressed appropriately for an interview. An interview time request will follow up all registrations in this category. 764 100 002 Cats, Intermediate 764 100 003 Cats, Senior 764 200 002 Herptiles, Intermediate 764 200 003 Herptiles, Senior 764 300 002 Hedge Hogs, Intermediate 764 300 003 Hedge Hogs, Senior 764 400 002 Sugar Gliders, Intermediate 764 400 003 Sugar Gliders, Senior 764 500 002 Dog, Intermediate 764 500 003 Dog, Senior 764 900 002 Other Pet/Exotic, Intermediate 764 900 003 Other Pet/Exotic, Senior

CAVIES Read Animal Science Rules and Health Requirements. Please look in the Exhibitor’s Schedule in regards to delivery and mandatory cavie health checks on the day of the show. All exhibitors must bring their own cavy pens and carpet squares or mats for use at the show table. Permanent identification is recommended. CAVY SHOWMANSHIP (required) 762 500 002 Intermediate 762 500 003 Senior BREED CLASSES Note: Fill in blank in class number (__) with one of the following numbers.

1. Junior Sow, born after May 1, 2021 minimum of 12 oz. through 22 oz. 2. Junior Boar, born after May 1, 2021 minimum of 12 oz. through 22 oz. 3. Intermediate Sow, born March 1 to April 30, 2021, over 22 oz., maximum 32 oz. 4. Intermediate Boar, born March 1 to April 30, 2021, over 22 oz., maximum 32 oz. 5. Senior Sow, born before March 1, 2021, over 32 oz 6. Senior Boar, born before March 1, 2021, over 32 oz. 762 101 0_0 Abyssinian 762 102 0_0 Abyssinian Satin 762 103 0_0 American 762 104 0_0 American Satin 762 105 0_0 Coronet 762 106 0_0 Peruvian 762 107 0_0 Peruvian Satin 762 108 0_0 Silkie 762 109 0_0 Silkie Satin 762 110 0_0 Teddy 762 111 0_0 Teddy Satin 762 112 0_0 Texel 762 113 0_0 White Crested 762 114 0_0 Crossbred

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Exhibitors are expected to know and follow all Animal Science Rules and Health Requirements. Swine exhibits must be delivered to the Fairgrounds according to the Exhibitor’s Schedule. Early or late arrivals are generally not acceptable; if special circumstances exist, members MUST have advance permission from the staff member in charge of County Fair Livestock exhibits. Upon arrival at Fairgrounds, the Division Superintendent or their designee will check all swine for hog lice and eggs. If necessary, the attending County Fair Livestock Veterinarian may also inspect the animal(s). Any animal found to have lice or eggs will be moved to their pen and isolated as much as possible. Exhibitors will then immediately spray, dust, or take other measures as directed by the Swine Superintendent and/or veterinarian to control the problem. Swine with signs of lice or eggs will not be allowed in the show. Show Equipment: Livestock shows provide an opportunity for the general public to be exposed to agricultural exhibits. Exhibitors should be mindful of the show equipment being used and the manner in which it is being used. Show Management or Livestock Committee Leadership/ Ring Stewards reserve the right to decide what constitutes acceptable show equipment and how the equipment is being used by the exhibitor. SWINE SHOWMANSHIP (required) 781 500 002 Intermediate 781 500 003 Senior BREED CLASSES

Exhibitors are expected to know and follow all Animal Science Rules and Health Requirements. Sheep exhibits must be delivered to the Fairgrounds according to the Exhibitor’s Schedule. Early or late arrivals are generally not acceptable; if special circumstances exist, members MUST have advance permission from the staff member in charge of County Fair Livestock exhibits. Breed classes with 3 or less exhibits may be shown in the other pure breeds class. Breed classes with more than 3 exhibits may create their own class. Sheep are to be shown with their front feet on the ground. SHEEP SHOWMANSHIP (required) 771 500 002 Intermediate 771 500 003 Senior BREED CLASSES

Note: Fill in blank in class number (__) with one of the following numbers.

1. May Gilt, born May 1 to May 31, 2021 2. April Gilt, born Apr 1 to Apr 30, 2021 3. March Gilt, born Mar 1 to Mar 31, 2021 4. February Gilt, born February 1 to February 28, 2021 5. January Gilt, born January 1 to January 31, 2021 6. Fall Gilt, born August 1 to December 31, 2020, and has not farrowed 781 101 0_0 Berkshire 781 102 0_0 Duroc 781 103 0_0 Hampshire 781 104 0_0 Spots 781 105 0_0 Yorkshire 781 106 0_0 Crossbred 781 107 0_0 Other Breeds 781 300 000 Market Hog, barrows and gilts weighing 225 to 310 pounds are eligible to compete for champion and reserve champion. Hogs over and under the eligible weight range will be judged in under market and over market groups and will be eligible for blue, red and white ribbons only. Recommended weight range, is between 240 and 260 pounds. Allowable breeds to be sold in the Junior Livestock Sale: American Yorkshire, Berkshire, Chester White, Duroc, Hampshire, Hereford, Landrace, Poland China, Spotted, Tamworth or cross breeds of the above. SPECIAL CLASSES (Animals must have been shown in the above classes.) 781 200 010 Best Two Females, Owned by the same 4-H Member (from Classes 1, 2, 3 4, 5 or 6) 781 200 020 Production Record Class (sow at home) and Gilt being shown, Owned by the same 4-H member, (from Classes 1, 2, 3 4, 5 or 6). All breeds competing.

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1. Spring Ewe Lamb, January 1 to May 31, 2021 2. Fall Ewe Lamb, September 1 to December 31, 2020 (must have lamb’s teeth) 3. Yearling Ewe, September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020 4. Producing Ewe, born before August 31, 2019 (must have raised a lamb born after Sept 1 of the previous calendar year) 771 101 0_0 Cheviot, Border (01) 771 102 0_0 Cheviot, North Country (02) 771 103 0_0 Columbia (03) 771 104 0_0 Corriedale (04) 771 105 0_0 Dorset (05) 771 106 0_0 Hampshire (06) 771 107 0_0 Lincoln (07) 771 108 0_0 Montadale (08) 771 109 0_0 Oxford (09) 771 110 0_0 Romney, White (10) 771 111 0_0 Romney, Natural Colored (11) 771 112 0_0 Shropshire (12) 771 113 0_0 Southdown (13) 771 114 0_0 Suffolk (14) 771 115 0_0 Other Breeds (15) 771 116 0_0 Crossbred Meat Breeds (16) 771 117 0_0 Crossbred Wool Breeds (17) SPECIAL CLASSES (Animals must have been shown in the above classes.) Note: Fill in blank (__) with the breed number found in parenthesis following the breed.

771 1_ _ 210 Ewe with 4-H Production Records, must have produced a lamb after Sept. 1 of the previous calendar year. Ewe to be shown with completed records. 771 1_ _ 220 Ewe and One Produce, Ewe and one produce both shown in individual classes above, owned by the same 4-H member. 771 1_ _ 230 4-H Member’s Flock, Three female animals from classes above owned by the same 4-H member. MARKET SHEEP 771 300 000 Market Lamb, wethers and ewes competing: 110 lb. minimum, maximum of 160 lb.. Lambs must be shorn within 7 days of the show and must be shown with their front feet on the ground. No muzzles allowed (exception protocol is found under animal science rules).

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Eligible Market Sheep Breeds: Cheviot, Dorset, Hampshire, Montadale, North County Cheviot, Katahdrin, Oxford, Shropshire, Southdown, Suffolk, Texel, Tunis, Leicester, Dorper or Cross Breeds of the above.

FIBER/WOOL Each member is limited to one fleece in a class. Fleeces should be delivered to the livestock barn based on the Exhibitor’s Schedule. Fleeces must have been shorn in 2021 and be from animals owned by the 4-H member. Juniors, Intermediates, and seniors are eligible to submit fiber/wool exhibits. Each fleece must have a 4-H Wool Show Tag indicating the breed and class number and must be delivered by a County Extension Agent or designated representative (show tags are available at your county office). Place fleeces in a clear plastic bag with exhibitor name and club clearly written with felt marker on lower half of bag or if there is a different industry standard, you may submit sample as you would in the specific industry. The 4-H Wool Show Tag should be inserted inside the bag/box and be clearly visible. Judging criteria are outlined on 4-H Fleece Exhibit Score Card 771-01, available at the county Extension office or on the State 4-H website. All classes except “Romney, colored” and “Shetland, colored” are white fleeces. All colored fleeces (black, brown, etc.) must be entered in either Romney, colored, Shetland, colored, or Colored Fleece (any breed or cross, indicate breed on tag). 771 401 000 Cheviot 771 402 000 Columbia 771 403 000 Corriedale 771 404 000 Dorset 771 405 000 Hampshire 771 406 000 Montadale 771 407 000 Romney, colored 771 408 000 Romney, white 771 409 000 Shetland, colored 771 410 000 Shetland, white 771 411 000 Shropshire 771 412 000 Southdown 771 413 000 Suffolk 771 414 000 Other Breeds (indicate breed on tag) 771 415 000 Crossbred (white face) 771 416 000 Crossbred (black face) 771 417 000 Colored Fleece (any breed or cross except full Romney or Shetland; indicate breed on tag) Llama/Alpaca Fiber/Wool 799 201 000 - Llama Fiber 799 202 000 - Alpaca Fiber 799 203 000 – Suri Fiber

Pygmy Goats Exhibitors are expected to know and follow all Animal Science Rules and Health Requirements. Pygmy goat exhibits must be delivered to the Fairgrounds according to the Exhibitor’s Schedule. Early or late arrivals are generally not acceptable; if special circumstances exist, members MUST have advance permission from the staff member in charge of County Fair Livestock exhibits.

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We strongly recommend Pygmy goats be dehorned. Purebred and grade animals are shown together. Standard livestock pens will be provided. Exhibitors must provide liners for pens to reduce opening size if bringing small kids; pens are traditionally 6’ x 6’. Wethers will be shown in separate conformation classes. Does and wethers will compete together in showmanship. SHOWMANSHIP (required) 793 500 002 Intermediate 793 500 003 Senior BREED CLASSES Note: Fill in blank in class number (__) with one of the following numbers.

1. Junior Doe Kid, March 2 to June 1, 2021 2. Junior Doe Kid, December 2, 2019 to March 1, 2021 3. Junior Doe Kid, September 2 to December 1, 2020 4. Junior Doe, (not in milk) September 2, 2019 to September 1, 2020 5. Senior Doe, (in milk) September 2, 2018 to September 1, 2019 (does that have freshened at least once, not necessarily in milk at show time) 6. Senior Two Year Old Doe, September 2, 2018 to September 1, 2019 7. Senior Three Year Old Doe, September 2, 2017 to September 1, 2018 8. Four and Five Year Old Doe, September 2, 2015 to September 1, 2017 9. Over Five Years Old Doe, prior to September 2, 2015 793 100 0_0 Pygmy Goats (does) 793 100 110 Pygmy Doe in Milk-all ages above yearling competing SPECIAL CLASSES (Animals must have been shown in the above classes.) 793 100 210 Dam and Produce, doe and one daughter, owned by same 4-H member. 793 100 220 4-H Member’s Pygmy Goat Herd, three female pygmy goats owned by the same 4-H member. WETHER CLASSES Note: Fill in blank in class number (__) with one of the following numbers.

1. Junior Wether up to 6 months Born by 06-01-2021 2. Junior Wether 6 months to 1 year 3. Senior Yearling Wether 4. Senior 2 & 3 Year Old Wether 5. Senior 4 Year Old and Over Wether 793 700 2_0 Pygmy Goat Wethers

MEAT GOATS Exhibitors are expected to know and follow all Animal Science Rules and Health Requirements. Meat goats exhibits must be delivered to the Fairgrounds according to the Exhibitor’s Schedule. Early or late arrivals are generally not acceptable; if special circumstances exist, members MUST have advance permission from the staff member in charge of County Fair Livestock exhibits. Purebred and grade animals are shown together. Meat goats may be shown with horns. ANY sign of behavior or safety issues could result in required, capping or even disqualification at judge, superintendent, or 4-H staff in charge, discretion. Age determined as of the day of the show. Meat goats may be shown in a collar or halter; this includes a prong collar. Show Equipment: Livestock shows provide an opportunity for the general public to be exposed to agricultural exhibits. Exhibitors should be mindful of the show equipment being used and the manner in which it is being used. Show Management or Livestock Committee Leadership/ Ring Stewards reserve the right to decide what constitutes acceptable

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show equipment and how the equipment is being used by the exhibitor. Age/breed classes in divisions may be combined at judge or show superintendent discretion. Goats are to be shown with their front feet on the ground. MEAT GOAT SHOWMANSHIP (required) 795 500 002 Intermediate 795 500 003 Senior MEAT GOAT BREED CLASSES 1. Junior Doe: 1-6 months old 2. Junior Doe: 6-9 months old 3. Junior Doe: 9-12 months old 4. Yearling Doe: 12-16 months old 5. Yearling Doe: 16-20 months old 6. Yearling Doe: 20-24 months old 7. Senior Doe: 24-36 months old 8. Senior Doe: Older than 36 months 795 100 0_0 Meat Goat (does) SPECIAL CLASSES (Animals must have been shown in the above classes). 795 100 210 Mature doe with 4-H Production records. Doe to be shown with completed records from last kidding. 795 100 220 Dam and Daughter, doe and one offspring owned by the same 4-H member 795 MARKET GOAT 795 300 000 Market Goat, wethers and does competing, 65 lb minimum weight, 120 lb maximum weight. Eligible Market Goat Breeds: Goat-Boer, Kiko, Spanish/Boer, Savanna or Cross Breeds of these Breeds.

2. Yearling Wethers, 12-24 months of age 3. Aged Wethers, Over 2 years of age 4. Junior Doe Kid, born after February 28, 2021 5. Junior Doe Kid, 6-12 months 6. Yearling Doe, 12-24 months 7. Aged Doe – Over 2 years of age 792 101 0_0 Angora (1) 792 102 0_0 Cashmere (2) 792 103 0_0 Pygora (3) 792 104 0_0 Other breeds (4) SPECIAL CLASSES (Animals must have been shown in the above classes.) 792 100 210 Dam and Produce, doe and one daughter, owned by same 4-H member. 792 100 220 4-H Member’s Fiber Goat Herd, Three animals owned by the same exhibitor. Animals must have been shown in one of the above classes. May be three does or two does and a wether. 792 10_ 230 Pair of Doe Kids, bred and owned by the exhibitor; under 1 year of age GOAT FIBER 792 201 000 Pygora Doe 792 202 000 Pygora Wether 792 203 000 Angora Doe 792 204 000 Angora Wether 792 205 000 Colored Angora Doe 792 206 000 Colored Angora Wether 792 207 000 Cashmere Doe 792 208 000 Cashmere Wether 792 209 000 Crossbreed Fiber Goat

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DAIRY GOATS

The Champion dairy, dairy goat, pygmy goat, meat goat, beef, fiber goat, sheep and swine showmen are expected to compete in the Master Showmanship Contest. Exhibitors will use their own animals for the contest. Previous winners of Master Showmanship are eligible.

Exhibitors are expected to know and follow all Animal Science Rules and Health Requirements. Dairy Goat exhibits must be delivered to the Fairgrounds according to the Exhibitor’s Schedule. Early or late arrivals are generally not acceptable; if special circumstances exist, members MUST have advance permission from the staff member in charge of County Fair Livestock exhibits. All milking does are to be milked between 6:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. the day prior to the conformation show. All dairy goats must be dehorned. Pygmy and Angora goats will not be allowed. Only bucks kidded after August 1 and nursing a doe will be allowed at State Fair. Otherwise, no bucks are allowed. DAIRY GOAT SHOWMANSHIP (Required) 791 500 002 Intermediate 791 500 003 Senior BREED CLASSES

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FIBER GOATS Exhibitors are expected to know and follow all Animal Science Rules and Health Requirements. Fiber goats exhibits must be delivered to the Fairgrounds according to the Exhibitor’s Schedule. Early or late arrivals are generally not acceptable; if special circumstances exist, members MUST have advance permission from the staff member in charge of County Fair Livestock exhibits. Purebred and grade animals are shown together. Standard livestock pens will be provided. Exhibitors must provide liners for pens to reduce opening size if bringing small kids; pens are traditionally 6’ x 6’. Wethers will be shown in separate conformation classes. Does and wethers will compete together in showmanship. SHOWMANSHIP (required) 792 500 002 Intermediate 792 500 003 Senior BREED CLASSES Note: Fill in blank in class number (__) with one of the following numbers.

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1. Junior Doe Kid, April 1 to June 30, 2021 2. Intermediate Doe Kid, March 1 to March 31, 2021 3. Senior Doe Kid, January 1 to February 29, 2021 4. Dry Yearling Doe, born in 2020 5. Milking Yearling Doe, born in 2020 6. Mature Two Year Old Doe, born in 2019 7. Mature Doe, three years and under five years, born in 2017 or 2018 8. Mature Doe, five years and under seven years, born in 2015 or 2016 9. Aged Doe, seven years and older, born in 2014 or earlier

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791 101 0_ 0 Alpine (01) 791 102 0_ 0 La Mancha (02) 791 103 0_ 0 Nigerian Dwarf (03) 791 104 0_ 0 Nubian (04) 791 105 0_ 0 Oberhasli (05) 791 106 0_ 0 Saanen (06) 791 107 0_ 0 Sable (07) 791 108 0_ 0 Toggenburg (08) 791 109 0_ 0 Other pure breeds (09) 791 110 0_ 0 Crossbreds (10) SPECIAL CLASSES (Animals must have been shown in the above classes.) Note: Fill in blank (__) with the number in parenthesis following the above breed names (1-10).

791 1_ _ 210 Mature Doe with 4-H Production Records, born before January 1, 2019. Doe to be shown with completed records from last lactation. 791 1_ _ 220 Dam and Daughter, doe and one offspring owned by same 4-H member. 791 1_ _ 230 4-H Member’s Dairy Goat Herd, three female dairy goats owned by the same 4-H member.

DAIRY CATTLE Exhibitors are expected to know and follow all Animal Science Rules and Health Requirements. Dairy exhibits must be delivered to the Fairgrounds according to the Exhibitor’s Schedule. Early or late arrivals are generally not acceptable; if special circumstances exist, members MUST have advance permission from the staff member in charge of County Fair Livestock exhibits. 4-H members with milking cows must schedule milking time at the milking parlor. If 4-H members are not familiar with the proper use or application of the milking machine, a time for instruction should be scheduled. All owners of animals being milked in the milking parlor will be required to sign a statement verifying that milked animals are free of any contaminated antibiotic. All animals will be subject to an individual milk sample test, and a daily sample of milk will be taken from the bulk tanks to test for any impurities in the milk. Any exhibitor failing to cooperate with the above regulations will be refused milking parlor privileges. If an animal that is eligible to show in the Senior Yearling class has freshened, she will show as a Junior Two Year Old. DAIRY SHOWMANSHIP (Required) 741 500 002 Intermediate 741 500 003 Senior BREED CLASSES Note: Fill in blank in class number (__) with one of the following numbers.

1. Junior Heifer Calf, born March 1 to May 30, 2021 2. Intermediate Heifer Calf, born December 1, 2020 to February 29, 2021 3. Senior Heifer Calf, born September 1 to November 30, 2020 4. Junior Yearling Heifer, born March 1 to August 31, 2020 5. Senior Yearling Heifer, born September 1, 2019, to February 29, 2020 6. Junior Two Year Old Cow and Senior Yearling in Milk, born March 1 to August 31, 2019 7. Senior Two Year Old Cow, born September 1, 2018 to February 29, 2019 8. Three and Four Year Old Cow, born September 1, 2016 to August 31, 2018

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9. Five Year Old Cow and Over, born before September 1, 2016 741 101 0_0 Ayrshire (1) 741 102 0_0 Brown Swiss (2) 741 103 0_0 Guernsey (3) 741 104 0_0 Holstein (4) 741 105 0_0 Jersey (5) 741 106 0_0 Milking Shorthorn (6) 741 107 0_0 Crossbred (7) 741 108 0_0 Other Pure Breeds (8) SPECIAL CLASSES (Animals must have been shown in the above classes.) Note: Fill in the blank (__) with the number in parenthesis following the breed name (1-8)

741 10_ 210 Producing Cow with 4-H Production Records, born before September 1, 2019. Cow to be shown with completed records. 741 10_ 220 Dam and Daughter, cow and one daughter owned by same 4-H member. 741 10_ 230 4-H Member’s Dairy Herd, three dairy animals owned by the same 4-H member.

BEEF CATTLE Exhibitors are expected to know and follow all Animal Science Rules and Health Requirements. Beef exhibits must be delivered to the Fairgrounds according to the Exhibitor’s Schedule. Early or late arrivals are generally not acceptable; if special circumstances exist, members MUST have advance permission from the staff member in charge of County Fair Livestock exhibits. BEEF SHOWMANSHIP (required) 721 500 002 Intermediate 721 500 003 Senior BREED CLASSES Note: Fill in blank in class number (__) with one of the following numbers.

1. Junior Calf (bull or steer), January 1 to June 30, 2021 (B,R,W ribbons only) 2. Junior Calf (heifers), January 1 to June 30, 2021 3. Senior Heifer Calf, September 1 to December 31, 2020 4. Summer Yearling Heifer, May 1 to August 31, 2020 5. Junior Yearling Heifer, January 1 to April 30, 2020 6. Senior Yearling Heifer, September 1 to December 31, 2019 7. Junior Cow, July 1, 2018 to August 31, 2019 8. Senior Cow, born before July 1, 2018 (must have calved within the preceding 12 months) British 721 101 0_0 Angus, Red (01) 721 102 0_0 Angus, Black (02) 721 104 0_0 Hereford (04) 721 107 0_0 Shorthorn (07) 721 109 0_0 Crossbred (09) 721 110 0_0 Other Breeds (10) (specify) Continental 721 103 0_0 Charolais (03) 721 105 0_0 Limousin (05) 721 106 0_0 Pinzgauer (06) 721 108 0_0 Simmental (08) SPECIAL CLASSES (animals must have been shown in the above classes).

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721 1_ _ 210 Producing Cow with 4-H Production Records, born before 9/1/2019. Cow to be shown with completed records. 721 1_ _ 220 Dam and Produce, cow and one offspring owned by same 4-H member. 721 1_ _ 230 4-H Member’s Beef Herd, three breeding animals owned by the same 4-H member. MARKET STEER 721 300 000 Market Steer-Steers less than 21 months old weighing a minimum of 1100 lbs. Recommended weight range is 1100-1300 lbs. No maximum weight. Steers should be dehorned and castrated; see animal science rules. Nose tangs/nose rings not allowed. Classes will be divided by weight.

4-H & FFA HORSE No cross over exhibits allowed in horse classes. Rules and Regulations Judges’ decisions are final in all classes. Members must check-in with the horse show office at the designated time. Members must be present at morning meetings held in the grand stands. Patterns for classes will be distributed to all horse members and reviewed with the judges at the morning meetings. All stalls and barn area must be clean by 8:00 A.M. and throughout the day. All Horse Exhibitors must adhere to the General Fair Rules for health requirements for horses from out of state. 1. Safety is the number one consideration. If a horse is deemed unsafe by show management and 4-H Agent or FFA Advisor it will be immediately excused from the Fairgrounds. 2. All exhibitors will have adult supervision during the County Fair. Parents need to attend registration with their child. 3. All 4-H horse members (including Ranch Horse) are required to participate in horse showmanship, as well as showmanship in the livestock area if they are enrolled in a livestock project. 4. All 4-H and FFA exhibitors are required to turn in health forms on each horse. Random drug testing may be done. Health forms will be on file in 4-H Show Office. 5. All FFA exhibitors must wear Official Dress from waist-up when exhibiting and showing except when excused by the FFA Superintendent. All 4-H & FFA exhibitors are required to wear an ASTMSEI approved helmet with chinstrap and harness engaged whenever mounted, the exception is showmanship. 6. The 4-H year is Oct. 1- Sept. 30. Youth must be in complete care of horse projects during the show season and no later than April 23rd to show at County Fair. The animal can be leased, but a contract shall be signed by April 23rd as such by both parties and on file at the Extension Office. The animal cannot be borrowed. 7. To qualify for State Fair, contestants must use the same horse they qualified with at county fair and must use the same horse used in equitation and showmanship, plus dressage, trail and jumping. A minimum combined score (highest equitation and showmanship) of 170 with no single score being less than 80. Members do not qualify only for showmanship or only for equitation. If a blue ribbon is received in a second or third equitation class, those classes may be entered as well as the first equitation class. 8. A wet mare cannot be shown in any classes. Wet mares may attend the Fair with a suckling colt for a ground training project.

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9. Suckling colts may be shown only in ground training. 10. Stud colts, 12 months of age or less, may be shown only in ground training if well mannered. Show superintendent and 4-H Agent or FFA Advisor has the right to excuse unruly stud colts from Fairgrounds. 11. Any horse on the Fairgrounds may be excused for unruly behavior at any time. 12. When two or more members of the same family have only one horse available they may jointly care for, train and show the same horse. 13. When conflicts in riding times occur, members will need to make a decision as to which family member will show. A maximum of 15 minutes will be allowed for delaying an event. 14. The judge has the right to mouth a horse for age. 15. This show regulated according to the current Oregon 4-H Horse Project Manual 4-H130 & 4-H Horse Contest Guide 4-H13011 16. In showmanship, horses may be shown according to breed type. 17. Horses 5 years of age or younger may be ridden in a snaffle or bosal. For horses 6 years old or more, a curb bit is highly preferred. Members showing horses 6 or older in a snaffle or bosal must have a performance significantly better than a member showing a 6-year-old or older horse in a curb bit to be placed above them. 18. Tie downs, draw reins, martingales, mechanical hackamores, and nosebands are prohibited. Exceptions include the use of cavessons and running martingales if adjusted properly are allowed in Hunt Seat Equitation Over Fences, and in Junior Horse, running martingales are allowed, if adjusted properly. Check current 4-H Horse Contest Guide to meet all requirements. 19. No parent, leader or spectator shall approach a judge for any reason unless they first obtain permission from the Horse Superintendents. The Horse Superintendents will arrange an appointment with the judge at a proper time and place. The Superintendent will be present at the meeting. Exhibitors may ask the judge to comment on his or her performance after a class is completed. The Judges’ decision is final. 20. In order to ride any horse in a class, the youth must have project records on that horse. This includes family-owned horses. 21. Hoof polish will not be allowed. 22. Adults may not ride members’ horses. 23. Riders will be disqualified from all events if caught riding in tennis shoes, barefoot or riding the horse with a halter. 24. No chaps are allowed except in Trail Class and Pleasure. 25. State Fair qualification is based on combined score for showmanship & equitation. A minimum of 170 points are required to qualify based on 200 points possible. There are 100 points for showmanship and 100 points possible for equitation. A minimum score of 80 is required for each class. 26. Four wheelers are not allowed except for security & maintenance staff. 27. Do not turn horses loose unattended in the round pen or arenas. 28. Participants will not be allowed to wear Fat Baby boots. 29. 4-H horse members are required to completely clean their stalls and remove all decorations. Before departing the fairgrounds at the end of fair, youth must have the approval and signature on fair check-out form of either a Horse Superintendent or the 4-H Agent. 30. Show management or the judge reserves the right to dismiss any youth or party from any 4-H class or show for any misconduct, lack of sportsmanship, or infractions of the rules. Exhibitors may forfeit all awards received in the class or at the show.

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31. Misrepresentation/falsification of a horse’s age is grounds for immediate disqualification of that exhibitor from the 4-H event and subsequently disciplinary action by local Extension personnel up to or including dismissal from the 4-H program. Section No. 0. Novice, first year showing, age 9-11 years old. 1. Junior, age 10-11 years old . 2. Intermediate, age 12-14 years old. 3. Senior, age 15-19 years old. 4. **First Year Members, age 12-19 years old 5. FFA (4-H rules apply) *Divisions determined by age as of September 1st. **Pertains only to Showmanship and Western Equitation. Please read eligibility requirements for each class. Performance Showmanship Judged on (1) personal appearance and attitude; (2) condition and grooming of horses and equipment, and (3) ability to show the animal at walk, trot, back and stand as directed. 751 500 000 Novice Performance Showmanship 751 500 001 Junior Performance Showmanship 751 500 002 Intermediate Performance Showmanship 751 500 003 Senior Performance Showmanship English Equitation Any type of clean neat apparel is permissible. Boots (Western or English) are required; spurs of unrowelled type and breastplate are optional. Snaffles (with or without cavesson) pelhams or full bridles permissible. Saddles are to be saddle or hunt seat. Martingales, tiedowns or chaps are prohibited. Horses will be required to take proper leads at all gaits (walk, trot, canter and gallop). Posting is to be on outside diagonal unless otherwise stated. Individual work may be required. 751 100 120 Novice Hunt Seat Equitation 751 100 121 Junior Hunt Seat Equitation 751 100 122 Intermediate Hunt Seat Equitation 751 100 123 Senior Hunt Seat Equitation Western Equitation Contestants are judged on the performance of the horse and rider. Required movements: Walk, trot, canter, reverse, figure 8, back, stand, and turn, as directed. 751 100 130 Novice Western Equitation 751 100 131 Junior Western Equitation 751 100 132 Intermediate Western Equitation 751 100 133 Senior Western Equitation Trail The Trail Class is a test of horse control and of the rider’s ability to guide the horse through a series of obstacles. The rider may be English or Western. Western riders may use only one hand on the reins unless it is necessary to transfer the reins. The course will contain seven obstacles and will be typical of what might be encountered on a regular trail. See Contest Guide 4-H13011 for list of obstacles. Each obstacle has a value and is scored according to how the rider maneuvers through the entire obstacle. Credit will be given for any positive action 751 300 310 Novice Trail Horse 751 300 311 Junior Trail Horse 751 300 312 Intermediate Trail Horse 751 300 313 Senior Trail Horse

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In-Hand Trail This class is an in-hand test of horse control and of the handler’s ability to guide the horse safely through a series of obstacles. Exhibitor may show in either western or English attire. Helmets are required. Spurs may not be worn. Chaps are not allowed. The course should contain 6-10 obstacles and should be designed to be completed in less than 5 minutes. Contestants who qualify for State Fair in ground training or with a non-ridden animal in reinsmanship or precision driving may also enter in-hand trail if they received a blue ribbon in that event at their county fair using the same horse. 751 300 321 Junior In-Hand Trail 751 300 322 Intermediate In-Hand Trail 751 300 323 Senior In-Hand Trail Hunt Seat Equitation Over Fences No novice members allowed. No horses under 5 years. Contestants are required to wear suitable boots and ASTM F1163-88 SEI approved headgear with chin strap and harness engaged. An English jumping type saddle is required. A safety inspection of equipment will precede any jumping, including warm-ups. Six to eight course jumps will be required. No black plastic allowed. Each contestant may circle once, if desired, before approaching the first jump and shall then proceed around the course keeping an even pace. Performance will be judged on effective use of aids and horse control over entire course. Emphasis will be on light hands, balance, correct posture and seat on the flat and over fences. See 4-H Horse Contest Guide PNW574 for general guidelines. Jumps are to not exceed 27 inches for juniors, and 30 inches for intermediates or seniors. 751 600 161 Junior Hunt Seat Equitation Over Fences 751 600 162 Intermediate Hunt Seat Equitation Over Fences 751 600 163 Senior Hunt Seat Equitation Over Fences Ground Training No Novice Members Allowed. Contestants may show colts of any age provided they have not been mounted at any time. Male colts older than 12 months must be gelded. Contestant will provide the judge a list of exercises on the scorecard to be attempted, age of the member, age of the animal and length of training period. Items to be demonstrated are outlined on the score sheet. Score sheets can be obtained at the Extension Office. Evaluation will be based on the horse-trainer abilities. Adults are not allowed to hold horses during this class. Assistants must be other 4-H or FFA members. 15 minutes will be allotted for this contest; scores will be adjusted if adequate progress has not been made in training related to time horse has been in training. 751 200 211 Junior Yearlings 751 200 212 Intermediate Yearlings 751 200 213 Senior Yearlings 751 200 221 Junior Two-Year Olds 751 200 222 Intermediate Two-Year Olds 751 200 223 Senior Two-Year Olds HARNESS CLASS All junior exhibitors will have a co-driver in the cart/tub. Intermediates and seniors are eligible to have a co-driver. They may use tub or four wheel cart. They will be judged on appearance of the animal, appearance of member (neat & clean), equipment, and performance. Running martingales are accepted for safety. See contest guide 4-H13011. Safety inspection will be held prior to competition. 751 400 411 Junior Harness 751 400 412 Intermediate Harness 751 400 413 Senior Harness

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Junior Horse Show Class Contestants will show 2 to 5 year old horses using snaffle bit or bosal hackamore and ride two handed. Lead change optional. The horse may NOT be shown in ANY class in a shank bit. Horses are eligible for Trail Class. There will be a maximum of 15 minutes allowed. The horse is to never have been shown in a curb bit. Each horse may perform up to eight items from those listed on the score sheet. Score sheets are available at the Extension Office. Running martingales are permitted in this class. 120 400 MC Novice 120 401 MC Junior Junior Horse Class 120 402 MC Intermediate Junior Horse Class 120 403 MC Senior Junior Horse Class Bareback Equitation No novice members allowed. Exhibitors may be asked to perform any test listed in equitation. Western riders must sit the jog or intermediate gait. English riders must post the trot on the correct diagonal. No mount or dismount is allowed 120 501 MC Junior Bareback Equitation 120 502 MC Intermediate Bareback Equitation 120 503 MC Senior Bareback Equitation Western Pleasure The western pleasure horse is shown at the walk, jog, and lope in both directions of the arena and is backed at the conclusion of the class. The performance of a western pleasure horse is evaluated by analyzing the horse’s performance in three general categories: functional correctness, quality of movement and attitude (or mannerisms). Primary judging emphasis is placed on the gaits, with lesser emphasis on the reverse and/or back unless the horse reverses incorrectly or fails to back. 120 600 MC Novice Western Pleasure 120 601 MC Junior Western Pleasure 120 602 MC Intermediate Western Pleasure 120 603 MC Senior Western Pleasure Hunter Under Saddle The hunter under saddle is shown at the walk, trot, and canter in both directions of the arena and is backed at the conclusion. This class is evaluated on functional correctness, quality of movement and attitude. The hunter trot differs from the western jog in that the trot stride is substantially longer, freer and more ground covering. The walk and canter also have slightly longer strides than those gaits in western. The hunter under saddle horse is shown with light contact on the bit and no slack in the reins. 120 700 MC Novice Hunter Under Saddle 120 701 MC Junior Hunter Under Saddle 120 702 MC Intermediate Hunter Under Saddle 120 703 MC Senior Hunter Under Saddle

4-H Ranch Horse 12060 Ranch Horse: Pre-registration is required for all participants in order to compete. All youth must check in prior to the Ranch Horse Show. The Fairgrounds Horse Office will be open Thursday evening from 6 - 7 pm for check-in. Bring your helmet and pre-determined stock fee (cash only) to check in. ALL 4-H Ranch Horse participants are required to wear an ASTM-SEI approved helmet with chinstrap and harness engaged for all riding events and at all time when on the horse. Rules and Regulations The Ranch Horse Program is open to any enrolled 4-H horse and

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livestock member in good standing. In the Ranch Horse program (as in all 40H Horse projects) safety is a serious concern. At any time the 4-H Agent, Ranch Horse Superintendent or even judge may dismiss a participant due to safety reasons. All youth participating in Ranch Horse must be a 4-H member to participate. The phases of the program include ranch horse showmanship, cow working, team cow working, working ranch horse (reining), ranch horse trail, roping, identification and skills test. This program has been designed to be a fun informative learning event for youth. Refer to Oregon 4-H Ranch Horse Contest Guide for all rules and class descriptions. 1. All 4-H participants must be enrolled in 4-H Ranch Horse Program by 4-H enrollment deadline. 2. All 4-H horse rules pertaining to ownership, etc., as listed under 4-H Horse Show will be followed. Health Forms must be completed for each horse and filed with superintendent in 4-H Show Office. 3. The Same horse must be used for all events, except for started colt, in accordance with Oregon State 4-H Ranch Horse rules, adopted in 2008. Roping for the year of 2021 will be done on the ground unless you pass the safety test (date to be determined). 4. To participate in the cow work class, youth are required to attend at least four cow work clinics prior to Fair. There will be a stock charge (cash only) at each event and at fair. CHECKS will NOT be accepted. Dates for cow clinics will be announced in the 4-H newsletter. 5. A signed release of liability must be signed by parent or guardian to participate at the Fair. These will be turned in to the 4-H Horse Office. 6. All scoring will be on the Danish merit system. 7. Premium monies will be paid on each event. Special awards will be awarded to the High Point senior, intermediate, junior and novice ranch horse member. To be eligible to win a High Point Award, youth are required to participate in all events, except Ranch Horse Started Colt. 8. Judges shall be hired by the Fair Board in accordance with Fair Board policy. 9. Working Cow Horse, Ranch Horse Showmanship, Trail and Roping rules, reining patterns, started colt, team cow working, knots & restraints, and equipment lists are included in the 4-H Ranch Horse resource packet. 10. When showing horses 6 years old or older, a proper curb bit is preferred. These horses may be shown in a snaffle or bosal, but when compared with an equal pattern ridden with a curb, preference will be given to the rider with the curb unless the horse in the snaffle or bosal is 5 years and under. A rider who uses two hands at any time on a stiff bit will be penalized points, except in the Ranch Horse Started Colt. No mechanical hackamores are allowed. 11. ASTM-SEI approved helmets, boots, and long sleeved shirts are required for all participants. ****NO FAT BABIES BOOTS ARE ALLOWED.**** 12. Tie downs, draw reins, running martingales, and nosebands are not allowed. 13. Riders will be disqualified from all events if caught riding in tennis shoes, barefoot or riding the horse in a halter at any time. 14. Ranch Horse will be a two day event, which will be held on Friday and Saturday. Cloverbuds participants are not allowed to use a horse in Ranch Horse but they are able to participate in Classes 1206C and 1206F (dummy roping only).

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Ranch Horse Sections Section No. 1. Novice, first year members, age 9-11 years old. 2. Junior, age 10-11 years old. 3. Intermediate, age 12-14 years old. 4. Senior, age 15-19 years old. Ranch Horse Classes Refer to the Oregon 4-H Ranch Horse Contest Guide 4-H13131for information regarding each class. Class No. Class 1206A COW WORKING Class 1206B WORKING RANCH HORSE Class 1206C IDENTIFICATION AND SKILLS TEST Class 1206D RANCH HORSE SHOWMANSHIP Class 1206E RANCH HORSE TRAIL Class 1206F RANCH HORSE ROPING Class 1206G RANCH HORSE STARTED COLT Class 1206H RANCH HORSE TEAM COW WORKING Malheur County Started Ranch Colt Program Malheur County Started Ranch Colt Program (MCSRC): Preregistration is required for all participants in order to compete. All youth must have gone through the application and selection process. All participants will be in one group for the events. All members must check in prior to the MCSRC show. Members must check-in with the horse office on Monday morning and complete the vet check prior to competing. All 4-H rules found in the 4-H Horse Contest Guide, PNW 574 apply, unless otherwise noted here. Rules and Regulations: The MCSRC program is open to any enrolled 4-H/FFA horse member in good standing. Youth have applied, went through the selection process and have been assigned a colt for this program. In the MCSRC program youth safety is the highest priority. At any time the 4-H Agent, MCSRC Superintendent or the judge may dismiss a participant for safety reasons. The events for the MCSRC program are: In-Hand Trail, Trail, and Beginning Cow Working. This program is designed to be a fun, challenging and rewarding learning experience for youth participants. 1. All participants must be enrolled in the MCSRC program by the enrollment deadline.

2. All participants are required to be approved and selected by the MCSRC board. 3. All horses must be of working ranch horse type, gelded and approved by the MCSRC board. The MCSRC board has the final say on which participant receives which horse. 4. T  he selected and approved colt must be used for all MCSRC events at the Malheur County Fair. 5. To participate in the MCSRC program, participants are required to attend a minimum of 10 practice sessions with the lead instructor. 6. The MCSRC colts may be ridden in a snaffle or bosal. 7. All scoring will be based on the Danish merit system of judging. 8. Premium monies will be paid on each event. Participants who earn a blue ribbon, will be awarded a medallion when deemed appropriate by the judge in each event. 9. R  iders are expected to adhere to all 4-H Horse Contest Guide rules regarding safety, appropriate equipment, and conduct at all times during the show. Safety violations will be met with significant consequences. 10. M  CSRC is a one day event, which will be held on Monday, July 26, 2021. Events will begin at 12:00 pm. MCSRC In-Hand Trail This class is an in-hand test of horse control and of the handler’s ability to guide the horse safely through a series of ranch related obstacles. A ranch type halter is recommended. Since this is not a mounted event, helmets are not required, however a cowboy hat is required. Spurs and chaps are not allowed. The course will contain 6-10 obstacles and is designed to be completed in less than 5 minutes. MCSRC Trail This class is a test of horse control and of the rider’s ability to guide the horse through a series of ranch related obstacles. The course will be the same as the In-Hand Trail course. Beginning Cow Working This class is an assessment of the rider and the colts’ ability to effectively hold, and/or move cattle as if they were working on a ranch. Riders should demonstrate proper position and understanding of the flight zone and point of balance while maintaining control of the cattle. Participants may also be expected to demonstrate their colt’s ability to work while the rider swings, throws, and carries a rope. A tracking simulator may be used to help the rider demonstrate these skills. Contest procedures may vary.

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FFA DEPARTMENT Also see General Rules 01. Any FFA member in good standing with Chapter or a candidate for the Greenhand degree may participate. 02. All Crop and Ag Mechanic exhibits must be entered on Monday of fair, Noon to 7 pm. 03. FFA members entering livestock must care for and exhibit their own animals or arrange for this to be done. 04. Official dress is required when exhibiting and showing animals except when excused by the FFA Superintendent or official judge. Black jeans/slacks are permitted. Dark/ black close-toed shoes are acceptable as long as they are appropriate for the class. The following items are not permitted in the show ring: blue jeans, any footwear not close-toed and dark/black, any boots OVER black pants, sunglasses, shorts, yoga pants, hats, including cowboy hats. 05. All exhibitors required to show and sell own animal or make prior arrangements with FFA Superintendent. 06. Livestock foundation classes shall consist of three females. 07. Health forms for all market animals need to be filled out completely and turned in at time of weigh-in. 08. Premiums may be withheld from members whose advisor or assistant is not present to take care of his/her responsibilities during the Fair 09. A student may show in both 4-H and FFA but must choose animals for each division before June 1 of current year. Each animal must have a permanent identification. 10. All market animals must be owned and in possession of member by appropriate tagging date. All breeding livestock and horses must be either owned or under lease agreement and in possession of member by June 1. 11. Animals which cannot be handled by the FFA member may not be shown in FFA classes or sold through the auction sale. 12. All Beef and Dairy animals will have a neck rope or chain with a lead tied to the manger in addition to a halter. This neck rope or chain shall be used at all times while in the barns. 13. Exhibitors should notify their Agriculture Instructor by June 30 of their stall needs so that instructors can secure sufficient space. 14. All exhibitors will take part in an FFA showmanship contest.

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15. FFA members are eligible to exhibit and participate in stock sales for 1 full year after the fair that follows graduation (two fairs). 16. No animal can be removed from the fairgrounds without a checkout form signed by the superintendent of that division. 17. In order to show at the Malheur County Fair, FFA members must be a member of an FFA program that is located in Malheur County, i.e. Adrian, Harper, Jordan Valley, Nyssa, Ontario, or Vale. 18. FFA members may only sell an animal in one county fair. 19. FFA members may only sell one animal at the Malheur County Fair. This includes any separate 4-H projects that the FFA member may have if they are a member of both organizations. 18. The Round Robin Showmanship Contest will have Champion and Reserve Champion participants from Beef, Dairy, Swine, Goat, Sheep, and Horse. If you win more than one showmanship contest you choose the one you want to compete in and the next showman moves up. 19. All Animal Exhibitors are required to completely clean their stalls and remove all decorations before departing the fair grounds at the end of fair. Youth must have the approval and signature on fair checkout form of division superintendent or FFA Advisor. 20. All animals being exhibited at the fair must pass a health check by the Fair veterinarian prior to being unloaded and stalled at the fair. 21. Enterprises carried in 4-H during the current year may not be exhibited in the FFA Division by an FFA member. See 4-H/FFA Agreement for further clarifications. There is an exception for FFA members who are also 4-H members showing horses. 22. Exhibitors are allowed two entries per class per division (or division where no classes apply) in each livestock, poultry, rabbit, wool, and photography class, one in landscape class and one in each crops class, with the exception of “Any Other Variety” in which up to five different varieties may be entered. Note: Not more than one of the same variety in “Any Other Variety” may be entered. Ten different cultivars per class in Nursery, two unlike entries in each agriculture mechanics class, and one properly fitted showmanship entry in

each kind of livestock unless otherwise stated. Members must show their own animal, except in exceptional situations approved by the Sectional Superintendent. Members having two entries in a specific livestock class may have the second animal shown by another FFA member in official dress. Only members and helpers in Official Dress will be allowed to show. 23. If there is no competition or an entry is deemed unworthy of the premium offered, the premium may be awarded at the discretion of the judges. 24. Animals entered in the FFA Division must be made available for use in the Livestock or Showmanship contests, unless excused by the Superintendent. 25. All animals are subject to inspection by the veterinarian in attendance upon admission to the exhibition grounds. No animals shall be admitted to or allowed to remain on the grounds that shows evidence of any infectious or contagious disease or any unsightly disease condition such as warts, ringworm, etc. 26. Animals not passing health inspection at any time during the fair must be immediately removed from the fairgrounds. 27. Novice showmanship classes will be composed of members without any previous experience showing that species of animal, except for juniors and seniors in high school, who will compete as advanced. This follows traditional FFA rules.

FFA GENERAL AWARDS

Malheur County Farm Bureau offers a jacket to the FFA member who enters the largest number of exhibits at the fair. This will be determined by the amount of premium money won. Member must exhibit in at least two of the three divisions. Boulevard Grange #389 of Ontario will present an award to the exhibitor winning the Round Robin Showmanship. Each Champion and Reserve Champion winner of each division shall compete showing each class of livestock. The Jim Reed family will give an award to the Reserve Round Robin Showman. The Malheur County Fair Board will present a special ribbon to the FFA Round Robin  Showman and Reserve Showman The Malheur County Fair Board will present awards for the Best FFA Chapter Livestock Exhibit.

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FFA Large Animals FFA SWINE Class 104 CROSSBRED Class 101 YORKSHIRE Class 105 OTHER BREEDS Class 102 HAMPSHIRE Class 103 DUROC Section No. 01. Gilts, 4 months and under 02. Junior Gilt, 4 to 6 months of age 03. Senior Gilt, 6 months to farrowing 04. Junior Sow, under 18 months (must have farrowed at least once) 05. Mature Sow, 18 months or older 06. Sow and Suckling Litter 07. Boar, 6 months and under Class 106 All Breeds Competing 01. Young Breeder’s Herd, all breeds (3 females) Class 107 Market Hog, class may be divided, based on weight FFA Champion & Reserve Champion Market Hog — Ribbon Champion Male and Female in each breed — Ribbon Reserve Champion Male and Female in each breed — Ribbon Best of FFA Show — Female, all breeds — Ribbon Best of FFA Show — Male, all breeds - Ribbon All exhibitors must take part in a showmanship contest.

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1. All horse exhibitors must participate in Class 102. 2. All members showing horses must wear Official Dress and ASTMSEI approved helmet with chin harness engaged. 3. Meetings will be held each morning in the grandstands. Patterns for classes will be distributed to all horse members and reviewed with the judges. 4. All stalls and barn area must be clean by 8 am and throughout the day. 5. A wet mare cannot be shown in any classes. Wet mares may attend the Fair with a suckling colt for a ground training project. 6. Suckling colts may be shown only in ground training. 7. Stud colts, 12 months of age or less, may be shown only in ground training if well mannered. Unruly stud colts will be excused from the fairgrounds. 8. Any horse on the Fairgrounds may be excused for unruly behavior at any time. 9. The judge has the right to mouth a horse for age. 10. Horses 5 years of age or younger may be ridden in a snaffle or bosal. For horses 6 years old or more, a curb bit is highly preferred. Members showing horses 6 or older in a snaffle or bosal must have a performance significantly better than a member showing a 6 year old or older horse in a curb bit to be placed above them. 11. Tie downs, draw reins, martingales, mechanical hackamores, and nosebands are prohibited. Exceptions include the use of cavessons and running martingales, if adjusted properly, in a Hunt Seat Equitation Over Fences. In Junior Horse, running martingales are allowed , if adjusted properly. 12. No parent, leader or spectator shall approach a judge for any reason unless they first obtain permission from the Horse

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Superintendents. The Horse Superintendents will arrange an appointment with the judge at a proper time and place. The Superintendent will be present at the meeting. Exhibitors may ask the judge to comment on his or her performance after a class is completed. The Judges’ decision is final 13. Hoof polish will not be allowed. 14. Adults may not ride members’ horses. 15. FFA members that are also 4-H members may use the same horse for both 4-H and FFA activities. 16. Riders will be disqualified from all events if caught riding in tennis shoes, barefoot or riding the horse with a halter. 17. No chaps are allowed except in Trail Class and Pleasure. 18. Four wheelers are not allowed except for security & maintenance staff. 19. Do not turn horses loose unattended in the round pen or arenas. 20. Participants will not be allowed to wear Fat Baby boots. 21. Show management or the judge reserves the right to dismiss any youth or party from any class or show for any misconduct, lack of sportsmanship, or infractions of the rules. Exhibitors may forfeit all awards received in the class or at the show. 22. Misrepresentation/falsification of a horse’s age is grounds for immediate disqualification of that exhibitor from the event. 23. The use of drugs, herbal compounds or a surgical procedure which affects an animal’s conformation, appearance, natural performance, or in any way alters its natural color will not be condoned. Horses requiring any medication should be identified upon arrival at the registration area. Exhibitors should be prepared to present a valid prescription or written explanation: either or both to be signed by the animal’s licensed veterinarian. If a horse requires medication or treatment after arrival on the fairgrounds, any medication used to protect the health and welfare of the animal must be prescribed by a licensed veterinarian. Administration of all medications must at all times be done in accordance with the specification and/or instructions given in the prescription. Liability for the correct administration of the prescribed drug is the responsibility of the exhibitor’s parent or legal guardian. 23. State Fair qualification is based on combined score for showmanship and equitation. A minimum of 170 points are required to qualify based on 200 points possible. There are 100 points for showmanship and 100 points possible for equitation. A minimum score of 80 is required for each class. Class 101 WESTERN EQUITATION Judging is on the performance of the horse and rider. Required movements: Walk, trot, canter, reverse, figure 8, back, stand, and turn, as directed. Class 102 HORSE SHOWMANSHIP Contestants will be judged on (1) personal appearance and attitude; (2) condition and grooming of horses and equipment, and (3) ability to show the animal at walk, trot, back and stand as directed. Class 103 GROUND TRAINING Contestants may show colts of any age provided they have not been mounted at any time. Male colts older than 12 months must be gelded. Contestant will provide the judge a list of exercises on the scorecard to be attempted, age of the member, age of the animal and length of

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training period. Items to be demonstrated are outlined on the score sheet. Score sheets can be obtained at the Extension Office. Evaluation will be based on the horse-trainer abilities. Adults are not allowed to hold horses during this class. Assistants must be other FFA members. 15 minutes will be allotted for this contest; scores will be adjusted if adequate progress has not been made in training related to time horse has been in training. Class 104 JUNIOR HORSE SHOW CLASS Contestants in this Class will show 2 to 5 year old horses using snaffle bit or bosal hackamore and ride two handed. Lead change optional. The horse may NOT be shown in ANY class in a shank bit. Horses are eligible for Trail Class. There will be a maximum of 15 minutes allowed. The horse is to never have been shown in a curb bit. Each horse may perform up to eight items from those listed on the score sheet. Running martingales are permitted in this class. Class 105 TRAIL HORSE The Trail Class is a test of horse control and of the rider’s ability to guide the horse through a series of obstacles. The rider may be English or Western. Western riders may use only one hand on the reins unless it is necessary to transfer the reins. The course will contain seven obstacles and will be typical of what might be encountered on a regular trail. Each obstacle has a value and is scored according to how the rider maneuvers through the entire obstacle. Credit will be given for any positive action. Class 106 ENGLISH EQUITATION Any type of clean neat apparel is permissible. Boots (Western or English) are required; spurs of unrowelled type and breastplate are optional. Snaffles (with or without cavesson,) Pelhams or full bridles permissible. Saddles are to be saddle or hunt seat. Martingales, tiedowns or chaps are prohibited. Horses will be required to take proper leads at all gaits (walk, trot, canter and gallop). Posting is to be on outside diagonal unless otherwise stated. Individual work may be required. Class 107 BAREBACK EQUITATION No novice members allowed. Exhibitors may be asked to perform any test listed in equitation. Western riders must sit the jog or intermediate gait. English riders must post the trot on the correct diagonal. No mount or dismount is allowed. Class 108 HUNT SEAT EQUITATION OVER FENCES No novice members allowed. No horses under 5 years. Contestants are required to wear suitable boots and ASTM F1163-88 SEI approved headgear with chin strap and harness engaged. An English jumping type saddle is required. A safety inspection of equipment will precede any jumping, including warm-ups. Six to eight course jumps will be required. No black plastic allowed. Each contestant may circle once, if desired, before approaching the first jump and shall then proceed around the course keeping an even pace. Performance will be judged on effective use of aids and horse control over entire course. Emphasis will be on light hands, balance, correct posture and seat on the flat and over fences. Jumps are to not exceed 27 inches for juniors, and 30 inches for intermediates or seniors. Class 109 HARNESS CLASS All junior exhibitors will have a co-driver in the cart/tub. Intermediates and seniors are eligible to have a co-driver. They may use tub or four wheel cart. They will be judged on appearance of the animal, and of the member, equipment, and performance. Running martingales are accepted for safety. Safety inspection will be held prior to competition.

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Class 110 WESTERN PLEASURE The western pleasure horse is shown at the walk, jog, and lope in both directions of the arena and is backed at the conclusion of the class. The performance of a western pleasure horse is evaluated by analyzing the horse’s performance in three general categories: functional correctness, quality of movement and attitude (or mannerisms). Primary judging emphasis is placed on the gaits, with lesser emphasis on the reverse and/or back unless the horse reverses incorrectly or fails to back. Class 111 HUNTER UNDER SADDLE The hunter under saddle is shown at the walk, trot, and canter in both directions of the arena and is backed at the conclusion. This class is evaluated on functional correctness, quality of movement and attitude. The hunter trot differs from the western jog in that the trot stride is substantially longer, freer and more ground covering. The walk and canter also have slightly longer strides than those gaits in western. The hunter under saddle horse is shown with light contact on the bit and no slack in the reins. FFA RANCH HORSE See 4-H Listing - Pg 68  

FFA BEEF CATTLE Nose tongs not allowed except sections 8 & 9 Class 117 SALER Class 111 ANGUS Class 118 SIMMENTAL Class 112 BRAHMAN Class 119 RED ANGUS Class 113 CHAROLAIS Class 120 CROSSBRED Class 114 GELBVIEH Class 121 OTHER BREEDS Class 115 HEREFORD Class 116 LIMOUSIN Section No. 01. Jr. Heifer Calf, 2 - 8 months 02. Senior Heifer Calf, 8 to 12 months 03. Summer Yearling Heifer, 12 to 15 months 04. Junior Yearling Heifer, 15 to 18 months 05. Senior Yearling Heifer, 19 to 24 months 06. Junior Cow, 2-5 years of age 07. Aged Cow, over 5 years old, must have calved within preceding 12 months All bulls over 6 months, must have a ring in the nose and be shown with proper equipment. 08. Junior Bull, 0 - 12 months 09. Senior Bull, 12 months and over All bulls over 6 months, must have a ring in the nose and be shown with proper equipment. 10. Cow-Calf Class: calf must be under 1 year of age. 11. Young Breeders Herd (3 females) 12. Produce of Dam. Two animals by one dam, either or both sexes, owned by exhibitor. Dam must be named on entry. Must have been shown in above classes. 13. Get of Sire. Three animals by one sire, either or both sexes, owned by exhibitor. Dam must be named on entry. Must have been shown in above classes. Champion & Reserve Champion Female, each breed Ribbon Champion & Reserve Champion Male, each breed Ribbon Grand & Reserve Champion Female, all breeds Ribbon Grand & Reserve Champion Male, all breeds, Ribbon

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Class 122 CHAPTER HERDS Section No. 01. Herd of three; steers, heifers or cows; more than one entry per chapter if space permits, more than one exhibitor. 02. Herd of five; steers, heifers or cows; more than one entry per chapter if space permits, more than one exhibitor. Class 123 MARKET ANIMALS 01. Feeder Steer, weighing less than 1075 lbs. 02. Market Steer, class may be divided, based on weight.  All exhibitors must take part in a showmanship contest.  

FFA DAIRY CATTLE All dairy animals must be dehorned Class 105 MILKING SHORTHORN Class 101 JERSEY Class 106 HOLSTEIN Class 102 GUERNSEY Class 107 OTHER DAIRY BREEDS Class 103 AYRSHIRE Class 104 BROWN SWISS Section No. 01. Jr. Bull Calf, 2 to 4 months 02. Jr. Heifer Calf, 1 to 6 months 03. Inter. Heifer Calf, 6 months to 9 months 04. Sr. Heifer Calf, 9 to 12 months 05. Jr. Yearling Heifer, 12 to 18 months 06. Jr. Yearling Replacement Program Heifer 07. Sr. Yearling Heifer, 18 to 24 months 08. Bred Heifer (2nd year) Replacement Program 09. Unfreshened Heifer, 25 to 30 months Jr. Champion & Reserve Champion - each breed (sections 2-9 competing) - Ribbons 10. Jr. 2 yr old Cow, in milk, 24 to 30 months 11. Sr. 2 yr old Cow, 30 to 48 months 12. 3 & 4 yr old Cow, 36 to 48 months 13. 5 yr & older Cow, 48+ months 14. Dry Cow Sr. Champion & Reserve Champion, each breed (sections 10-14) Grand & Reserve Grand Champion of each breed (Jr. & Sr. Grand & Reserve Grand Champions competing) 15. Dam & Daughter Class 16. Member’s Herd (3 females) Best of FFA Show – Female Supreme Dairy Female (4-H & FFA Grand Champions competing) Ribbon. All exhibitors must take part in a showmanship contest.

FFA DAIRY GOATS All goats must be dehorned or tipped. All goats must be tattooed or have USDA scrapie ear-tag in ear. Class 124 SAANAN Class 120 ALPINE Class 125 TOGGENBURG Class 121 LAMANCHA Class 126 CROSSBREDS Class 122 NUBIAN Class 127 OTHER PURE BREEDS Class 123 OBERHASLI Class 140 MARKET ANIMALS, (born this year, all breeds competing) 1.  Market Goat 2.  Feeder Goat, (born this year, All breeds competing)

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3.  Junior wether up to 6 months 4.  Wether 6 months to 1 year 5.  Yearling wether 6.  Senior 2 & 3 year old wether 7.  Senior 4 year old and over wether Section No. 01. Junior Doe Kid, April 1 to June 30 of this year 02. Intermediate Doe Kid, March of this year 03. Senior Doe Kid, Jan. 1 to Feb. 28 of this year 04. Dry Yearling, born in previous year 05. Milking Yearling, born in previous year 06. Two year old Doe 07. Doe, age three years old and under five y 08. Doe, five years and under seven years 09. Aged Doe, 7 years and older 10. Dry Doe Sr. Champion & Reserve Champion Female, each breed Grand & Reserve Grand Champion Female, each breed Jr. Champion & Reserve Champion Female, each breed 11. Dam and Daughter. 12. Member’s herd (3 females of same breed) Best of FFA Show Female (all breeds competing) All exhibitors must take part in a showmanship Contest. NO BUCKS ALLOWED

FFA MEAT GOATS All market goats must be dehorned. We strongly recommend all goats be dehorned. However, does whose horns are part of the breed specifications may be shown with horns. However, ANY sign of behavior or safety issues could result in required capping or even disqualification at the discretion of the judge, superintendent, or FFA staff in charge of the show. All goats must be tattooed or have USDA scrapie ear-tag in ear. Class 120 BOER Class 121 BOER CROSS Class 122 CROSSBRED MEAT GOATS Section No. 1.  Doe Kid 0-3 Months 2.  Doe Kid 3-6 Months 3.  Doe Kid 6-9 Months 4.  Doe Kid 9-12 Months 5.  Doe 12-18 Months 6.  Doe 18-24 Months 7.  Doe 2-3 Years 8.  Doe 4 Years and Over 9.  Buck Kid 0-3 Months 10.  Buck Kid 3-6 Months 11.  Buck Kid 6-9 Months 12.  Buck Kid 9-12 Months 13.  Produce of Doe. Two offspring from the same doe. 14.  Dam and Daughter. Must come from classes 1-6 15.  Member’s Herd (to consist of three animals, owned by one exhibitor) All exhibitors must take part in a showmanship

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FFA PYGMY GOATS Wethers will be shown in separate conformation classes. Does and wethers will compete together in showmanship. All goats must be tattooed or have USDA scrapie ear-tag in ear. Section No. 1.  Junior Doe Kid, March 2 to June 1 of this year 2.  Intermediate Doe Kid, December 2 to March 1 of this year 3.  Senior Doe Kid, September 2 to December 1 of previous year 4.  Junior Doe, (not in milk) September 2 to September 1 of previous year 5.  Senior Doe, (in milk) September 2 to September 1 (does that have freshened at least once, not necessarily in milk at show time) of previous year 6.  Two year old doe 7.  Three year old doe 8.  Four & five year old does 9.  Over five years old doe 10.  Pygmy Doe in Milk – all ages above yearling competing 11.  Dam and Produce – doe and one daughter, owned by the same FFA member 12.  Member’s herd – three female pygmy goats owned by same FFA member All exhibitors must take part in a showmanship

FFA SHEEP Class 101 SUFFOLK Class 103 CROSSBRED Class 102 HAMPSHIRE Class 104 OTHER BREEDS Section No. 01. Jr. Ewe Lamb, born Jan 1 to May 31 of this year 02. Sr. Ewe Lamb, born September 1 to December 31 of previous year (must have lamb’s teeth) 03. Yearling Ewe 04. Producing Ewe, 2 years and older (must have raised a lamb born after September 1 of the previous calendar year) Champion & Reserve Champion Female, each breed Ribbons Grand & Reserve Champion Female of FFA Show Ribbons 05. Jr. Ram Lamb, Jan 1 to May 31 of this year 06. Sr. Ram Lamb, born September 1 to December 31 of previous year (must have lamb’s teeth) 05. Yearling Ram 06. Mature Ram, 2 years and older Champion & Reserve Champion Male, each breed Ribbon Grand & Reserve Champion Male of FFA Show Ribbon 07. Ewe and Produce. Ewe and one produce both shown in individual classes above. 08. Members flock (3 females) Class 105 Market Lamb All market lambs must be shorn completely after July 17. No ram lambs or short scrotum lambs allowed. No butt cuts allowed. Champion & Reserve Champion Market Lamb All exhibitors must take part in a showmanship contest.  

FFA SMALL ANIMALS All small animals will have a health inspection by the superintendent and/or veterinarian at check in time on Tuesday. Any animal with infectious disease such as ear mites in rabbit and cavies,

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or lice in poultry will be sent home. See specific Fair Board Health Rules. All rabbits will have permanent tattoos in left ear, poultry will have a numbered leg band identification and cavies will have tattoo or ear tag in left ear. All exhibitors must take part in a showmanship contest. Poultry blood testing will be required by Oregon Department of Agriculture after show. All cages will be cleaned by 8 am each morning or animals will not be allowed to show. At the discretion of the Superintendent, neglected animals will be removed and premiums withheld. White Health Forms to be completed and turned into Fair Office for each animal. Pre-registration of animals is required by June 30.

FFA POULTRY Recognized breeds will be judged separately if numbers warrant. Breeds based on APA, Standard of Perfection and Am. Bantam Association Standards. All poultry will be tested for Pullorum Typhoid. Exhibitors are allowed two entries per class per division (or division where no classes apply.) CHICKENS All birds will be banded with a numbered leg band Class 101 APA Standard Breed Large Fowl (Ameraucana, Anconas, Andalusians, Araucana, Aseel, Australorps, Barnevelders, Brahmas, Buckeyes, Campines, Catalanas, Chanteclers, Cochins, Crevecoeurs, Cubalaya, Delawares, Dominques, Dorkings – Single Comb, Dorkings – Rose Comb, Faverolles, Hamburgs, Hollands, Houdans, Javas, Jersey Giants, La Fleche, Lakenvelders, Lamonas, Langshans, Leghorns – Rose Comb, Leghorns – Single Comb, Malay, Marans, Minorcas –Single Comb, Minorcas – Rose Comb, Modern Game, Naked Neck, New Hampshire, Old English Game, Orpingtons, Phoenix, Plymouth Rocks, Polish-Bearded, Polish-Non-bearded, Redcaps, Rhode Island Reds, Rhode Island Whites, Shamo, Sicilian Buttercups, Spanish, Sultan, Sumatra, Sussex, Welsummers, Wyandottes, Yokohoma) Class 102 Standard Breed Non-APA Large Fowl Class 103 Crossbred Large Fowl Class 104 APA & ABA Standard Breed Bantam (Ancona-Single Comb, Ancona-Rose Comb, Ameraucana, American Game, American Serama, Andalusian, Aracuna, Australorp, Belgian Bearded D’Uccle…, Belgian Bearded d’Anver…, Booted (non-bearded), Brahma, Buckeye, Campine, Catalana, Chantecler, Cochin, Cornish, Crevecoeur, Delaware, Dominique, Dorking-Single Comb, Dorking-Rose Comb, Dutch, Faverolles, Hamburg, Holland, Houdan, Japanese, Java, Jersey Giant, KO Shamo, LaFleche, Lakenvelder, Lamona, Langshan, Leghorn-Single Comb, Leghorn-Rose Comb, Malay, Minorca-Single Comb, Minorca-Rose Comb, Nake Neck, Nankn, New Hampshire, Old English Game, Orpington, Phoneix, Plymouth Rock, Redcap, Rhode Island Red, Rhode Island White, Rosecomb, Sebright, Silkie (Nonbearded), Silkie (Bearded), Spanish, Sultan, Sussex, Welsummer, Wyandotte) Class 105 Nonstandard Breed Bantam Class 106 Crossbred Bantam Section No. 01. Pullet, 5 mo - under 1 yr 02. Cockerel, 5 mo - under 1 yr 03. Hen, 1 yr or older 04. Cock, 1 yr or older

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05. Young Trio, one cockerel and two pullets of same breed and variety. Must have been shown in Classes 1-4. 06. Old Trio, one cock and two hens of same breed and variety. Must have been shown in Classes 1-4. Champion & Reserve Champion female, each breed Champion & Reserve Champion male, each breed Best of FFA Show & Best of FFA Show Opposite Class 107 Market Chicken All breeds competing, less than 12 weeks of age. All birds weighed individually. Birth dates will be checked at summer weigh-in. Section No. 01. Fryer, under 8 weeks, pen of three 02. Roaster, 8-16 weeks, pen of three Champion & Reserve Champion, (sections 1& 2) Grand & Reserve Grand Champion Market Chicken (4-H & FFA competing)

OTHER FOWL DUCKS, GEESE, TURKEYS Class 108 APA Standard Bred Duck (Appleyard, Aylesbury, Buff, Call, Campbell, Cayuga, Crested, East Indie, Magpie, Mallard, Pekin, Rouen, Muscovy, Runner, Saxony, Swedish, Welch Harlequin) Class 109 Commercial Nonstandard Breed and/or Crossbred Duck Class 110 APA Standard Bred Goose (African, American Buff, Canada, Chinese, Egyptian, Embden, Pilgrim, Pomeranian, Sebastopol, Steinbacher, Toulouse, Tufted Roman) Class 111 Commercial Nonstandard Breed and/or Crossbred Goose Class 112 APA Standard Bred Turkey (Beltsville Small White, Black, Bourbon Red, Bronze, Narragansett, Royal Palm, White Holland) Class 113 Commercial Nonstandard Breed and/or Crossbred Turkey Class 114 Other (no emus or ostrichs) Section No. 01. Young hen, hatched this year 02. Young cock, hatched this year 03. Old hen, prior to this year’s hatch 04. Old cock, prior to this year’s hatch Champion and Reserve Champion, each class Best of Show FFA Other Fowl & Opposite Class 115 Poultry Showmanship will include chickens, ducks, geese, and turkeys Class 116 Pigeon & Game Bird Showman Class 117 Pigeons D. Utility A. Homer E. Doves B. Performing C. Fancy Section No. 01. Young hen, hatched this year 02. Young cock, hatched this year 03. Old hen 04. Old cock Champion and Reserve Champion Pigeon Class 118 Game Birds Section No. 01. Pair, male/female 02. Display Class 119 Chicken Eggs Class 120 Duck Eggs

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Class 121 Turkey Eggs Class 122 Other Eggs Class 123 Eggs will be displayed in cartons, point-side down, in Small Animals Barn. They will be judged on both interior and exterior quality and uniformity Section No. 01. White eggs, 6 02. Brown eggs, 6 03. Other eggs, 6

FFA RABBITS FFA members must be present to show their rabbits. Members will carry their rabbits to the judging table and show them while they are being judged. Check for ear mites before entering. Any rabbit that has a permanent defect will be placed in the white ribbon group. Any correctable problem shall at the judge’s discretion be placed in the red or white ribbon group. Any rabbit that does not fit in a breed standard should be placed in the crossbred class and judged on condition. Permanent tattoo in left ear is required. Class 101 Market Rabbits - All breeds competing Birth dates will be checked at Summer weigh-in. Section No. 01. Fryer, pen of 3, under 69 days judged on conformation, condition and uniformity. No minibreeds will be allowed. 02. Roaster, pen of 3, 69 to 90 days, judged on conformation, condition and uniformity. 03. Champion and Reserve Champion 04. Grand and Reserve Grand Champion Market pen, (4-H and FFA competing ) BREEDING RABBITS Class 102 Heavyweight Rabbits A. California C. Crossbred B. New Zealand White D. Other heavy breeds Section No. 01. Pre-Junior Doe, up to 3 months 02. Junior Doe, 3 to 6 months 03. Intermediate Doe, 6 to 8 months 04. Senior Doe, over 8 months Champion & Reserve Champion Female, each breed 05. Pre-Junior Buck, up to 3 months 06. Junior Buck, 3 to 6 months 07. Intermediate Buck, 6 to 8 months 08. Senior Buck, over 8 months Champion & Reserve Champion Male, each breed Grand & Reserve Champion Heavyweight Female, all breeds competing Grand & Reserve Champion Heavyweight Male, all breeds competing Class 103 Lightweight Rabbits A. Minilop C. Crossbred B. Polish D. Other Light Breeds Section No. 01. Junior Doe, less than 6 months 02. Senior Doe, over 6 months Champion & Reserve Champion Female, each breed 03. Junior Buck, less than 6 months 04.Senior Buck, over 6 months

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Champion & Reserve Champion Male, each breed Grand & Reserve Champion Lightweight Female, all breeds competing Grand & Reserve Champion Lightweight Male, all breeds competing Best of FFA Show, Lightweight and Heavyweight Grand Champions competing Best of FFA Show Opposite, Lightweight & Heavyweight Grand Champions competing Class 104 Breed Fur Class, Ribbons only Must be in conformation class. Section No. 04. Jersey Woolies 01. Angora 05. Other breed, specify 02. Rex 03. Satin Class 105 Rabbit Pelts Pelts must have been taken from rabbits owned by the exhibitor during the current year and must have been skinned, stretched and prepared by the exhibitor. Each exhibitor is limited to a maximum of two pelts (See 4-H Rabbits, for complete class description). Section No. 01. Raw Pelt, inside out, tube stretched & dried 02. Tanned Pelt, split at belly and tanned flat 03. Tanned Rabbit Pelt Product, limited to one

Class 106 Fiber Animal Exhibitor may enter one, 1 oz. bag of fur or an animal to be judged on fiber only. Judged on density, texture and quality of fur for use as a fiber. Class 107 Rabbit Showmanship

FFA CAVIES All animals to be permanently identified with a tattoo or ear tag. Class 1131D Teddy Class 1131A American Class 1131E Other Breeds, Class 1131B Abyssinian specify Class 1131C Peruvian Section No. 01. Jr. Sow, up to 4 months, 12-22 oz. 02. Intermediate Sow, 4 to 6 months, 23-32 oz. 03. Sr. Sow, 6 months and over, over 32 oz. 04. Jr. Boar, up to 4 months 05. Intermediate Boar, 4 to 6 months 06. Senior Boar, 6 months and over Class 11350 Cavy Showmanship

FFA Crop & Garden Projects FFA CROP & GARDEN PROJECTS

COMMERCIAL AGRICULTURE

Although it is not a requirement to fill out a pre-registration form, it is highly recommended in order to make registration go as smoothly as possible when the entries arrive at the Malheur County Fair. A registration form will be required when the entries arrive at the fair in order. The registration form will list the vegetables, fruit, etc. that the individual is bringing to Fair as well as the classes they are competing in and their SAE program that the plants fall under. All entries must conform to the following or be disqualified: a.  All vegetables must be clean and of marketable quality (insect or disease will disqualify an entry). b.  Have been produced as a part of the member’s Supervised Agricultural Experience and prepared for exhibit by the member or the member has directly participated in the maintenance and production of the crops and explained that on the registration form. c.  Be in the quantity and manner called for in the Fair Book. d.  Have been harvested since last year’s Malheur County Fair. All entries will be judged using the Danish System with scoring as follows: a.  Blue – exceptional quality b.  Red – meets bare minimum trade standards c.  White – may not meet trade standard, but is marketable, free from disease, insects, damage, etc. All preparation of exhibits must be done by the FFA member. Involvement of adults must be limited to advising. Any exhibit prepared by an adult will be declared ineligible for premiums. Other classes will be added at the Advisors’ discretion.

Exhibits judged on uniformity, quality, and commercial size. The exact number of items is required to constitute an exhibit to be judged. Class 100 - FIELD CORN Section No. 2020 Corn 01. Yellow dent, best 6 ears 03. Other varieties, best 6 ears 02. Best single ear 2021 Corn 04. Yellow dent, best 6 ears 06. Other varieties, best 6 ears 05. Best single ear 07. Bundle of stalks (3 or more) Class 101 - FLAKES OF HAY One cutting entry per year. Section No. 01. Alfalfa hay - 6” slice 02. Grass hay - 6” slice 03. Oat hay - 6” 04. Chopped alfalfa - full gallon ziploc bag 05. Chopped grass - full gallon ziploc bag 06. Haylage - full gallon ziploc bag 07. High moisture - full gallon ziploc bag 08. Other Class 102 – FIELD ONIONS Exhibit shall consist of 6 bulbs Section No. 01. Over-wintering sweet onion 03. White 02. Red 04. Yellow sweet Spanish

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Class 103 – FIELD POTATOES Exhibit shall consist of 6 tubers. Section No. 01. Red 03. Shepody 02. Russet 04. Other Class 104 - SHEAVES Shall be at least 3 inches in diameter at base Section No. 12. Radish seed 01. Alfalfa for hay 13. Rye, any variety 02. Alfalfa for seed 14. Silage corn, 3 stalks, any 03. Barley, any variety variety 04. Clover, red for seed 15. Sorghum, any variety 05. Crested wheat grass 16. Soy beans 06. Indian corn 17. Sudan grass 07. Mint, any variety 18. Timothy Grass 08. Mixed corn 19. Wheat, any variety 09. Oats, any variety 20. Winter wheat 10. Orchard Grass 11. Popcorn Class 105 - SUGAR BEETS Section No. 01. Sugar beets (3) Class 106 - SWEET CORN Section no. 01. Sweet corn for canning - 6 ears 02. Sweet corn for freezing - 6 ears Class 107 - THRESHED GRAIN & SMALL SEEDS Exhibit consists of 3 cups of grain seed or 2 cups of small seeds in quart Ziploc bag. Section No. 10. Clover, strawberry 01. Alfalfa 11. Cracked corn 02. Barley, spring 12. Crested wheat grass 03. Barley, winter 13. Oats   04. Beans, lima 14. Popcorn, white 05. Beans, pinto 15. Popcorn, yellow 06. Beans, red Mexican 16. Shell corn 07. Beans, white 17. Wheat, spring 08. Clover, Ladino or White Dutch 18. Wheat, winter 09. Clover, red Class 108 - THRESHED VEGETABLE SEEDS Exhibit consists of 2 cups of seed in quart ziploc bag Section No. 06. Radish 01. Cantaloupe 07. Sunflower 02. Carrot 08. Turnip 03. Lettuce 09. Watermelon 04. Onion 10. Other Vegetable Seeds 05. Parsley

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GARDEN Exhibits judged on uniformity, size, and quality. The exact number of items of produce is required to constitute an exhibit to be judged. Class 109 - FRUITS, BERRIES & NUTS Section No. variety (1) 01. Apples, Fall Variety (3) 18. Melon, Watermelon, small 02. Apples, Summer Variety (3) variety (1) 03. Apples, Other (3) 19. Melon, other variety (1) 04. Apricots (3) 20. Nectarines (3) 05. Berries, Blackberries (12) 21. Nuts, in the shell (6) 06. Berries, Blueberries (12) 22. Peaches, Elberta (3) 07. Berries, Gooseberries (12) 23. Peaches, Hale (3) 08. Berries, Raspberries (12) 24. Peaches, other variety (3) 09. Berries, Strawberries (12) 25. Pears, Bartlett (3) 10. Berries, Other variety (12) 26. Pears, D’ Anjou (3) 11. Currents (12) 27. Pears, other variety (3) 12. Grapes, Blue, one bunch 28. Plums (3) 13. Grapes, Green, one bunch 29. Prunes, Italian (3) 14. Grapes, Wine, one bunch 30. Prunes, Petite (3) 15. Grapes, other variety, one bunch 31. Prunes, Other (3) 16. Melon, Cantaloupe (1) 32. Other 17. Melon, Watermelon, large Class 110 - HERBS Culinary only, 5 cut stems, or small bundle, less than 1 inch in diameter (for herbs such as Chives). Display in clear glass container in water. Stems below water must be stripped clean. Section No. 13. Sage, all colors 07. Lemon grass 01. Basil 14. Sage, variegated 08. Marjoram 02. Chives 15. Spearmint 09. Oregano 03. Chives, garlic 16. Tarragon 10. Parsley 04. Dill 17. Thyme 11. Peppermint 05. Fennel seed 18. Other 12. Rosemary 06. Lavender Class 111 - HONEY Section No. 01. Comb honey, at least one comb 02. Extracted honey, in glass container at least 1 pint 03. Largest and most attractive display of apiarian products Class 112 - ONIONS Exhibit judged on uniformity, size and quality. The exact number of items of produce is required to constitute an exhibit to be judged. Section No. 05. White Onions (3) 01. Green Onions (3) 06. Yellow sweet Spanish (3) 02. Leeks (3) 07. Onion, other variety (3) 03. Over-wintering Sweet Onion (3) 04. Red Onions (3) Class 113 - POTATOES Exhibit judged on uniformity, size and quality. The exact number of items of produce is required to constitute an exhibit to be judged. Section No. 04. Sweet Potatoes (3) 01. Purple (3) 05. White (3) 02. Red (3) 06. Yellow (3) 03. Russet (3) Class 114 - VEGETABLES Exhibit judged on uniformity, size and quality. The exact number of items of produce is required to constitute an exhibit to be judged.

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Section No. 39. Peppers, Green Bell (3) 01. Asparagus (3) 40. Peppers, Chili (3) 02. Beans, purple (6) 41. Peppers, Sweet Banana (3) 03. Beans, string, green (6) 42. Peppers, Jalapeno (3) 04. Beans, Wax, yellow (6) 43. Peppers, small Cherry (3) 05. Beans, other variety (6) 44. Peppers, long taper (3) 06. Beets, table (3) 45. Peppers, other variety (3) 07. Broccoli, florets (3) 46. Pumpkin, field (1) 08. Cabbage, green (1 head) 47. Pumpkin, Pie (1) 09. Cabbage, red (1 head) 48. Pumpkin, miniature (2) 10. Carrots, orange (3) 49. Radish (3) 11. Carrots, red (3) 50. Rhubarb stalk (3) 12. Carrots, Thumbelina (3) 51. Shallots (3) 13. Carrots, other variety (3) 52. Soybeans (6) 14. Cauliflower (1 head) 53. Spinach (6 leaves) 15. Celery (1 bunch) 54. Squash, Acorn (1) 16. Corn, Sweet, any variety (3 55. Squash, Butternut (1) ears) 56. Squash, crookneck, small (1) 17. Cucumbers, Armenian (3) 57. Squash, yellow, Straight 18. Cucumbers, Lemon (3) neck (1) 19. Cucumbers, Oriental (3) 58. Squash, Patty Pan (1) 20. Cucumbers, Pickling (3) 59. Squash, Zucchini 10” or less 21. Cucumbers, Slicing (3) (1) 22. Eggplant, Japanese (1) 60. Squash, other variety (1) 23. Eggplant, Purple (1) 61. Sunflower, head only (1) 24. Eggplant, White (1) 62. Swiss Chard (3 leaves) 25. Garlic bulb (1) 63. Tomatillos (3) 26. Garlic, Elephant bulb (1) 64. Tomatoes, red Cherry (3) 27. Garlic Flower (1) 65. Tomatoes, Cherry, spec. var 28. Garlic Braid (at least 6 (3) bulbs) 66. Tomatoes, Grape (3) 29. Gourds, Large (3) 67. Tomatoes, small Pear (3) 30. Gourds, Small (1) 68. Tomatoes, green (3) 31. Horseradish root (3) 69 Tomatoes, paste variety (3) 32. Kohlrabi (1) 70. Tomatoes, sm red early var. 33. Lettuce, any var. (6 lvs or 1 (3) head) 71. Tomatoes, large red variety 34. Okra (6) (3) 35. Parsnips (3) 72. Tomatoes, yellow variety (3) 36. Peas, Green (6) 73. Turnips (3) 37. Peas, Snow (6) 38. Peas, Sugar Snap (6) Class 115 – LARGE & UNUSUAL AGRICULTURE PRODUCE The judges and Superintendent reserve the right to determine whether a specimen is of a size or nature to qualify. Section No. Largest or most unusual apple Largest or most unusual beet, sugar Largest or most unusual beet, table Largest or most unusual cabbage Largest or most unusual carrot Largest or most unusual corn, ear Largest or most unusual corn, stalk Largest or most unusual cucumber, pickling Largest or most unusual cucumber, other Largest or most unusual eggplant Largest or most unusual green pepper Largest or most unusual melon

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Largest or most unusual onion Largest or most unusual potato Largest or most unusual pumpkin Largest or most unusual squash Largest or most unusual sunflower head Largest or most unusual tomato Largest or most unusual watermelon Largest or most unusual zucchini Largest or most unusual – other

FFA FARM MECHANICS Class 101 – Large Mechanics Projects Section No. 04. Implement trailer 01. Large Metal Project 05. Stock trailer 02. Large Wood Project 06. Utility trailer 03. Four wheel trailer Class 102 – Medium Mechanics Projects Section No. 01. Medium Metal Project 02. Medium Wood Project Class 103 – Small Mechanics Projects Section No. 01. Small Metal Project 02. Small Wood Project Class 104 – Reconstruction Reconstruction entries must be accompanied with a statement indicating what was actually done, the cash outlay for making improvement and hours of labor involved. Before and after pictures are recommended. Section No. 01. Small Reconstruction Project 02. Medium Reconstruction Project 03. Large Reconstruction Project Note: If competition warrants (at least three exhibitors) new sections will be added.

FFA PHOTOGRAPHY 1. Entries must have an agricultural theme 2. Pictures will be 5x7 – 14x18 3. Final exhibit with mat will be at least 8x10 no larger than 16x20 (Panoramic photos are an exception) 4. No frames 5. No captions 6. Color, black and white, sepia and other formats may be used 7. A 3x5 card should be included on the back with the name, date, chapter, age, category and year in school of the student. This is a must to ensure that photos get back to the rightful owners. 8. Photographs must have been taken since the previous year’s Malheur County Fair. 9. Photographs must have been taken by a FFA member. 10. Entries are limited to two entries per category. Class 101 – PHOTOGRAPHY Section No. 01. Landscape/Nature/Buildings 02. Equipment/Vehicles 03. Animals/People 04. Fair Theme – 2018 Country Pride, County Wide Awards will be presented to the 1st, 2nd, 3rd place entries in each section.

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CLASS ENTRY FORM FFA OPEN RED BARN ENTRY FORM OPEN CLASS ENTRY FORM

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Please indicate by checking appropriate box below to designate the open class division in which this entry is made. Pre-entry is not required but can be completed online Exhibitor No: at http://openclass.malheurcountyfair.com prior to Fair. Advanced registration is encouraged. Exhibitor tags are available in the Fair office from July 12 July 23rdbut 10am - 5 be Please indicate by checking appropriate box below to designate the division in which thisisentry is made.isPre-entry isbut notcanrequired, can Please indicate by checking appropriate below designate the may openphotocopy class division which entry Pre-entry not required be completed pm M-F. Additional forms are availablebox at the FairtoOffice, or you thisinform. Allthis open class made. exhibits with the exception of flower exhibits, will be online completed at the time atprior the fair. Additional forms at the online, or youwill may this at http://openclass.malheurcountyfair.com to Fair. Advanced registration Exhibitor tags areexhibits available in the Fair officeWednesday from Julyform. 12from - July723rd -5 accepted Sunday, July of 25 registration from 1-5 pm and /or Monday, July 26 from noonare tois7encouraged. pavailable m in the Red Barn. Flower bephotocopy accepted a.m.10am until 9:30 pm Additional areanavailable Office, or you photocopy thisextra form.sections All opencan class with the exception of flower exhibits, willanbe a.m.M-F. If you question forms whether exhibit at canthe beFair entered, bring it onmay entry day, because be exhibits added. Before entering exhibits, you must obtain accepted 25 from 1-5 pmare andavailable /or Monday, from on toduring 7pm inentry the Red Barn. Flower exhibits will be accepted Wednesday from 7 a.m. until 9:30 exhibitorSunday, number.July Exhibitor numbers onlineJuly or at26the RednoBarn hours. a.m. If you question whether an exhibit can be entered, bring it on entry day, because extra sections can be added. Before entering exhibits, you must obtain an exhibitor number. Exhibitor numbers are available FOR online orEACH at the Red DIVISION Barn during entryYOU hours. ARE ENTERING. CHECK ONLY ONE: USE A SEPARATE FORM

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q USE METAL PROJECTFORM FOR EACH q CROPS q PHOTOGRAPHY A SEPARATE DIVISION YOU ARE ENTERING. CHECK ONLY ONE: Enter exhibits in ❏ FLOWERS ❏ AG-COMMERCIAL the Red Barn on Exhibitor No: ENTRY FORM q  WOOD PROJECT OPEN CLASS q GARDEN Enter exhibits in Sunday, July 25 ❏ AG-COMMERCIAL Please indicate by checking appropriate box below to designate the open❏ class FLOWERS division in which this entry is made. Pre-entry is not required but can be completed online the Red1-5 Barn from pmon ❏ FOODS ❏ AG-HOME GARDEN at http://openclass.malheurcountyfair.com prior to Fair. Advanced registration is encouraged. Exhibitor tags are available in the Fair office from July 12 - July 23rd 10am -5 Sunday, July 25 and /or Monday, pm M-F. Additional forms are available at the Fair Office, or you may photocopy this form. All open class exhibits with the exception of flower exhibits, will be from 1-5 pm Please print 26 from ❏ AG-HOME accepted Sunday, July 25 from 1-5GARDEN pm and /or Monday, July 26 from n❏ oon tFOODS o 7pm in the Red Barn. Flower exhibits will be accepted Wednesday from 7 a.m. untilJuly 9:30 ❏ PHOTOGRAPHY ❏ ART /orto Monday, noon 7 pm. a.m. If you question whether an exhibit can be entered, bring it on entry day, because extra sections can be added. Before entering exhibits, you must obtain anand July 26 from exhibitor number. Exhibitor numbers are available online or at the Red Barn during entry hours. ❏ PHOTOGRAPHY ❏ ART Name  A SEPARATE FORM FOR EACH DIVISION Grade  CHECK Chapter  noon to 7 pm. ❏ PRESERVED FOOD ❏ USE CERAMICS YOU ARE ENTERING. ONLY ONE: ❏ PRESERVED FOOD Enter exhibits in ❏ CERAMICS ❏ TEXTILES ❏ CRAFTS ❏ FLOWERS the Red Barn on SAE ❏orAG-COMMERCIAL explanation (Crops & Garden)  Sunday, July 25 ❏ TEXTILES 6 & under (1000) 7–13 ❏ CRAFTS from pm (3000) 19+ (5000) (2000)1-5 14–18 ❏ FOODS

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MAIL ENTRY FORM TO: County Fair, 795 NW 9thRed St.,Barn. Ontario, 97914 or bring from 1-5 pm and /or Monday, JulyMalheur 26 from noon to 7 pm. of Fair week in the Flower OR exhibits will be(541-889-3431) accepted Wednesday, 7–9:30 with a.m. your exhibits on Sunday, July 25 from 1-5 pm and /or Monday, July 26 from noon to 7 pm. of Fair week in the Red Barn. Flower exhibits will be accepted Wednesday, 7–9:30 a.m. MAIL ENTRY FORM TO: Malheur County Fair, 795 NW 9th St., Ontario, OR 97914 (541-889-3431) or bring with your exhibits on Sunday, July 25 FORM MAYwillBE from 1-5 pm and /or Monday, July 26 from noon to 7 pm. of Fair week in the Red Barn. Flower exhibits be PHOTOCOPIED accepted Wednesday, 7–9:30 a.m.

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4-H & FFA

Market & Dairy Heifer Replacement Junior Livestock Auction Rules The objective of this sale is to provide an outlet for market stock and dairy breeding animals raised in the 4-H and FFA projects. This sale is part of the consumer education efforts of 4-H and FFA with focus on marketing at proper weight, quality grade and producing a desirable carcass or breeding animal from the consumer and producer standpoint.

GENERAL RULES

1. An auction of market animals and dairy breeding stock meeting the specification outlined in these guidelines and exhibited at the Malheur County Fair will sell at the Junior Livestock Auction occurring during the fair. 2. Treating an animal internally or externally in any way to misrepresent the true nature of an animal is prohibited. The use of dyes and spray paint or other artificial means which result in altering the animal’s true and natural color is not allowed. Violations of these rules may result in the member being banned from future sales and all awards, premiums and sale proceeds being withheld. Acceptable practices of physical preparation include: clipping of hair or fleece, trimming of hooves, dehorning, and removal of ancillary teats and docking of tails. 3. The use of drugs, off label or illegal, or any herbal formula on market animals or dairy breeding stock sold through auction is not allowed. Evidence of such will disqualify the exhibitor from the show, sale, and premiums. Any carcasses found positive for drug residues will be the responsibility of the exhibitor and they must forfeit market sales receipts back to the sale committee. Random drug testing of any animal may occur. 4. 4-H and FFA members must adhere to livestock health requirements set by the Malheur County Fair Board. 5. All animals sold need to be entered and shown by the owner of the animal in the market classes. In order to be eligible to sell, a student must exhibit in the showmanship class of the species they entered and intended to sell. Animals not shown by the member owning the animals will not be sold. 6. Any market animal injured at home or en route to fairgrounds will not be weighed and will not be eligible to show even in showmanship and will be sent home. Any animal injured at the fairgrounds will be assessed by the superintendent, fair veterinarian and sale committee to decide whether it can be shown. 7. Animals which have been previously sold through a finished market animal sale connected with a fair or livestock show are not eligible for exhibition. 8. Thank you notes to all buyers and anyone who may add-on or bump up the price of animals are required by all youth selling in the sale. Checks will not be released until buyers thank you notes are turned in. 9. All 4-H/FFA members planning to participate in the MCJLS and sell an animal (except dairy heifers) are required to sign and submit the Market Animal Memorandum of Understanding. This memoran-

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dum must be signed to sell a market animal. This also includes all back up animals.

SPRING WEIGH-IN

1. All animals in the market animal program must have been owned and in the possession of 4-H club or FFA chapter members by the official weigh-in or possession date. All required paperwork related to transfer of ownership is required at spring weigh-in. 2. All market beef must be dehorned and males must be castrated or banded prior to spring weigh-in. All market hogs must be castrated prior to possession date. All market lambs must be USDA scrapie tagged, castrated or banded prior to possession date or spring weighin. All market goats must be USDA scrapie tagged, castrated one week or banded prior to possession date or spring weigh-in. 3. All animals must meet the following weight guidelines at spring weigh-in; BEEF- 950 pound maximum; GOAT- Must still be showing milk teeth at weigh-in. No weigh requirements for other species. 4. Youth may tag one dairy heifer, two steers, two hogs, two goats, two lambs, two pens of roaster and fryer rabbits and two pens of roaster and fryer chickens. ONLY ONE MARKET ANIMAL IN EACH DIVISION MAY BE SHOWN. An exhibitor may sell only one animal or pen regardless of the number of projects exhibited at the fair. 5. A family unit may tag an extra animal in each species for use by a member of that immediate (i.e. brother, sister, step-sibling or living in the household during the time of the project) family and a specific exhibitors name does not have to be registered at the time of spring weigh-in. (EXAMPLE: Three kids in family unit tag one market steer each; the family unit may tag an extra steer to be designated as the FAMILY EXTRA, so each kid does not have to tag two steers. Any of these three kids could choose to use the FAMILY EXTRA steer.) 6. Steers will be ear-tagged at weigh-ins. Pens of rabbits (3 or 4 animals) and chickens (3 or 4 animals) will be visibly photographed in cage next to owner. Hogs photographed with one hog per photo. There will be four sides submitted per hog with one picture including the owner. Sheep and goats will have USDA scrapie’s tag documented at the time of procession date. Photographs submitted on sheep and goats will include the scrapie’s tag in the animal’s ear and the animal with the owner. This includes all back-up animals that may be used as replacements at time of fair. All photographs must be submitted by the possession date pertaining to each species. 7. Allowable breeds to be sold in the Junior Livestock Sale: Goats-Boer, Kiko, Spanish/Boer, Savanna or Cross Breeds of these Breeds. Poultry-Cornish Cross, Jersey Giants, Bresse, Freedom Ranger, Red Ranger, Rolins. Rabbits-New Zealand, American, Californian, Blanc de Hotot, American Chinchilla, Silver Fox, Champagne, Cinnamons, Satins, Standard Rex, Palomino, Flemish Giants, American Sable or Cross Breeds of the above. Sheep-Cheviot, Dorset, Hampshire, Montadale, North County Cheviot, Katahdrin, Oxford, Shropshire, Southdown, Suffolk, Texel, Blue Texel, Tunis, Leicester,

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Dorper or Cross Breeds of the above. Hogs-American Yorkshire, Berkshire, Chester White, Duroc, Hampshire, Hereford, Landrace, Poland China, Spotted, Tamworth or Cross Breeds of the above.

FAIR WEIGH-IN

1. All 4-H and FFA market animals must be weighed at scheduled spring weigh-ins in order to exhibit at fair and sell in the sale. All animals must be in place by 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday of fair. 2. Unruly animals that cannot be handled by the exhibitor will be evaluated by a variance committee consisting of the 4-H Agent (4-H Extension representation if 4-H Agent is not available), Species Superintendent, FFA Advisor and two voting members of the Jr. Sale Committee. Determination will be made before the first class the animal would be shown in. Unruly or wild animals will be sent home. An adult may assist the member with leading animals across the scale. NOSE TONGS, NOSE RINGS OR INHUMANE RESTRAINTS ARE PROHIBITED. 3. Each market animal will be officially weighed once, any over or under weight animals will be re-weighed immediately upon exhibitor’s request, once scales have been checked for zero and balanced. NO RE-WEIGH AFTER THIS POINT. Lambs will not be weighed wet. Wool must be ½” or less. 4. Any animal without the proper identification (rabbits tattooed or matching photo, chickens banded or matching photo, steers eartagged, hogs not matching photo and sheep and goats without documented USDA scrapies tag and matching photo) will be sent home off the scale and will not be sold in the auction. 5. Completed E-SLIPS and HEALTH FORMS and additional paperwork that maybe required must be turned into weigh-in clerk before weighing in. If all paperwork is not complete the animals may not be weighed. 6. All animal must meet the following weight and age guidelines at Final Weigh-in: Dairy Replacement Heifers, no weight requirements. Must be 90 days pregnant. Beef 1100 lbs. minimum, no maximum, Market Sheep minimum weigh of 110 lbs, maximum 160 lbs., Market Goats minimum weight 65 lbs. maximum weight 120 lbs., Swine minimum weight of 225 lbs and maximum weight of 310 lbs. Note: No intact males allowed in the above mentioned species ( including cryptorchids). Fryer Rabbits-3.5 to 5 lbs. under 69 days, Roaster Rabbits 5 to 7.5 lbs. under 90 days. Fryer Chickens- 4 to 6 lbs. under 8 weeks, Roaster Chickens over 6 lbs. 8 to 16 weeks. (Rabbits & Chickens in pens of 3). 7. All animals meeting weight requirements will be evaluated by a qualified judge and their decision is final. White ribbons are an indication of an estimated grade of standard or below in market animals. WHITE RIBBON ANIMALS ARE NOT ELIGIBLE TO SALE due to below standard carcass grade estimations. These animals must remain on the fairgrounds until the completion of fair. If they leave prior to the set time, all premiums will be forfeited and the student may be ineligible to exhibit at future fairs. 8. Violations of the above rules will result in disqualification and forfeiture of any awards, and may result in expulsion from the fairgrounds and violator ineligibility to participate in the animal divisions in future fairs. 9. Fees associated with the examination and treatment of any animal at the fair, by the fair veterinarian, are the responsibility of the animal’s owner. Payment is required at the time of service. The fair board is not responsible for fees generated on sick animals. The fair

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veterinarian will be available at a designated period each day. See fair office for times. In emergency situations, the fair veterinarian can be contacted through the fair office.

JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SALE

1. The order of the sale by species will be determined by the sale committee based on quality and class ribbon. Grand and Reserve Grand Champions of each specie will sell first and second followed by ribbon placing in the ring. 2. Rabbit & chicken fryers and roasters will be sold in pens of three by the pen. If a floor is unavailable, the price will start at zero. Rabbits and chickens selling through the sale must go to the floor buyer. 3. All animals eligible can go through the sale. Except dairy replacement heifers, all animals that go through the sale must go to slaughter at a registered slaughter facility. 4. Each 4-H or FFA member shall show his/her own animals through the sales ring unless excused by a variance committee consisting of the 4-H Agent (4-H Program Assistant if 4-H Agents is not available). pecies Superintendent, FFA Advisor or two voting members of the Jr. Sales Committee. 5. Consignment of livestock will be to Junior Sale Committee and sale commission charge will be deducted from the sale price of each animal in lieu of any other selling charges to offset the cost of conducting the sale. 6. If the sales committee agrees to conduct a carcass contest then the carcass data will be obtained on market animals. If carcass data is not obtainable it will not be included in carcass contest. 7. All exhibitors are responsible to properly care for their animals until the animal is loaded on the truck. With Dairy projects the exhibitor is responsible for all care and expenses until the heifer is delivered to the buyer. Any exhibitor not caring for their project after the sale will be charged a $25.00/day fee and unable to sell in future sales. 8. When a person purchases an animal for their own use and the carcass does not grade on the rail as estimated by the judge, it will be the purchaser’s responsibility to accept the carcass as graded. 9. If an animal is condemned in the slaughter process, the Jr. Sale Committee will absorb the loss, with the exception of drug residues (as referred to in Malheur County Junior Livestock Sale Committee Drug Policy) or other pre-existing conditions that were in the control of the exhibitor. 10. Exhibitors will be responsible for their animal until it is loaded on the trucks. Exhibitors will be encouraged to bring their animals to the designated loading areas. All pens must be cleaned after loading and the 4-H agent, 4-H Program Assistant, FFA Advisor, or Specie Superintendent must check that things are cleaned appropriately. Failure to clean stall, tack or feed areas will result in a bill. 11. Animal that do not go through the auction are not the responsibility of the Sale Committee. Extra animals will not be shipped with sale animals. 12. A 2% shrink may be taken after final weigh-in to all species for the Livestock Sale. 13. No member shall be permitted to decorate, paint or adorn their animal with any item except the ribbons won by that exhibitor while showing that animal. Violators will be required to remove said items and if cannot do so in time for sale they will forfeit their spot in the sale order. Anyone in violation of this rule shall have a $500 fine removed from their livestock sale check. The check will not be released

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to the individual until an apology letter has been received to the Junior Livestock Sale Committee and the Malheur County Fair Board. 14. When a participant sells their market animal through the Malheur County Junior Livestock Sale and the market animal is not delivered to the floor buyer or a registered slaughter house, then the seller will receive a minimum of a one year suspension for selling through the MCJLS. All Proceeds from the sale of said animal will be returned to the purchaser(s)/buyer(s).

4-H AND FFA DAIRY HEIFER REPLACEMENT RULES

The objective of this sale is to provide an outlet for quality dairy replacement heifers raised by 4-H & FFA youth enrolled in this project. These heifers were purchased as calves from local dairymen. Youth have raised these heifers for one or two years with each animal vaccinated, dewormed, dehorned and bred to quality sires.

GENERAL RULES

1. All dairy heifers will be pregnancy checked by a licensed veterinarian, must be at least 90 days pregnant at fair time, ear tattoo confirmed, and weighed on Tuesday, of fair week, prior to steer weigh-in at the beef scale by designated weigh master at Malheur County Fair. Health forms & E-slip needs to be turned in at weigh in. Heifer weights will be available during the sale. 2. Any heifer calving early still must be sold in the sale with the new calf considered separate from the heifer and owned by the 4-H/ FFA student currently raising the animal. 3. The champion heifer of each breed will sell first. 4. The sales commission will be deducted from each check to cover expenses. 5. All money collected through the Junior Sale will be handled by the Junior Sale Committee and Nichols Accounting Services.

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6. Dairy Cattle will not be pregnancy checked on the scales. 7. Contact the Dairy Replacement Heifer Program Committee for additional guidelines and rules.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION FOR ALL ANIMALS BEING SOLD THROUGH THE JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SALE 1. BEEF MARKET ANIMALS—

All market steer exhibitors must turn in the following at final weigh-in at fair: a. E-SLIP— Filled out by the seller of the animal. b. WHITE HEALTH FORM: Filled out completely and signed. 2. MARKET HOGS— All market hog exhibitors must turn in at weigh-in at fair: a. WHITE HEALTH FORM: Filled out completely and signed. 3. MARKET LAMBS— All market lamb exhibitors must turn in at final weigh-in at fair: a. WHITE HEALTH FORM— Filled out completely and signed. 4. MARKET GOATS— All market goat exhibitors must turn in at final weigh-in at fair: a. WHITE HEALTH FORM: Filled out completely and signed. 5. MARKET CHICKENS & RABBITS— All market chickens and rabbits must turn in: a. WHITE HEALTH FORM— Filled out completely and signed.

6. DAIRY REPLACEMENT HEIFERS—

All Dairy Replacement Heifer exhibitors must turn in at final weigh-in at fair: a. E-SLIP— Filled out by the seller of the animal. b. BANGS TATTOO c. WHITE HEALTH FORM— Filled out completely and signed.

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MALHEUR COUNTY JR. LIVESTOCK SALE COMMITTEE (MCJSC) Drug Policy

The following practices or procedures are unacceptable and are defined as being deceptive, fraudulent, unethical and inhumane in the care, fitting, preparation and showing of all classes of livestock. Use of any illegal drugs is prohibited. Use of illegal drugs is considered a premeditated act. THIS-IS-A-ONESTRIKE-AND-YOUARE-OUT-POLICY! Exhibitors will forfeit any premiums, awards or auction proceeds and will be prohibited from further exhibiting at the Malheur County Fair for not less than one year. Treating an animal internally or externally with any irritant, counterirritant or other substance used to artificially change the conformation or appearance of an animal for show is considered to be unethical and inhumane and is prohibited. This includes, but is not limited to, the use of ice, graphite, air, powders, hemp, artificial hair coloring, common products such as fly spray, ointment or liniment used to the point that it is irritating, (unless required to reduce edema at time of calving) or similar products. The use of dyes, spray paints or other artificial colorings which result in altering an animal’s true and natural appearance and/or color is prohibited if done for deceptive reasons. Adding false hair or hair like material, fleece, or skin at any point, spot or area of the animal’s body is prohibited and will result in immediate disqualification. Utilization of any liquid or substance not generally considered as part of an accepted and normal diet for livestock, according to their digestive system, is deemed to be illegal and inhumane. The use of tranquilizers, sedatives or depressants or any action which might alter the natural physical or physiological state of an animal is prohibited. Exceptions to this rule will be permitted only with the approval and under the direct supervision of the 4-H Superintendent for a recognized disease or injury. All drugs must be approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration for use in meat-producing animals. All exhibitors must advise the 4-H Superintendent in a signed Market Health Record (white health form) concerning any drugs and/ or medications administered to an animal. The name of the drug, its purpose, the person who administered the drug, time and date of administration must be presented to the 4-H Superintendent prior to the showing and sale of the animal. Failure to report this information to the 4-H Superintendent may result in severe penalty and/or disqualification. Such penalties may include revoking of premiums, fines, repayment of value of animal and the inability to sell an animal in the future. Any use of drugs or substances not approved by the Food and Drug Administration is strictly prohibited. All animals entered into livestock competition may be subject to testing for foreign substances that exceed levels established by the FDA, FSIS, USDA or EPA. Surgery and injection or insertion of foreign materials under the skin and/or into the flesh of an animal to change the natural contour, conformation or appearance of the animal’s body is illegal. This prohibition includes vegetable oil,

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air, silicone or any other substance used to alter the shape of the animal. Acceptable practices of physical preparation which are permitted include clipping of hair, trimming of hooves, dehorning and docking of tails. The use of inhumane fitting, showing and/ or handling practices or devices will not be tolerated. For example, breaking of tails, striking animals to cause swelling or for bracing purposes, use of electrical contrivances are not acceptable and are prohibited. At the time an animal is sold at auction at the livestock show, the exhibitor will be held directly responsible for animals that are rejected at a processing center due to the presence of foreign residues. The seller may be liable to the buyer for an amount equal to the purchase price received at the Jr. Livestock Auction. MCJSC directors may share intelligence and evidence and/or information with the FDA and USDA. If, for any reason, any part of a meat animal carcass must be removed by the FDA or USDA, the market price will be discounted. The MCJSC reserves the right to require market health records. Health inspections and diagnostic tests may be made before or after animals are on the livestock-show premises for exhibitor and animal safety, or to inaugurate disease-control procedures which may become necessary in emergencies as determined by animalhealth officials. The MCJSC reserves the right to make selections in each division/section/class of any market animals that may be tested for zero tolerance for any undisclosed drug, chemical or feed additive immediately following the judging phase. Exhibitor, parent or legal guardian, specie superintendent and a MCJSC member must be in attendance during testing. The County Fair Veterinarian will collect all samples in a manner deemed appropriate by him or her and witnesses will initial the seal. The MCJSC reserves the right to collect tissue samples from any harvested animal sold in the sale for the purpose of testing. All test results are final. Any entry violating the Malheur County Livestock Health Requirements or the MCJSC 4-H and FFA Market Auction Sale Rules will be disqualified. No reordering of the judged ranking of the animals will take place (i.e., the Reserve Champion will not be elevated to the Grand Champion position following the disqualification of the Grand Champion). The cost of a failed drug test will be the financial responsibility of the exhibitor presenting the animal failing the test. All other drug-testing costs will be borne by the MCJSC. A statement of disclosure and drugtesting agreement will be signed by the exhibitor, parent or guardian. This document is titled “Oregon 4-H or FFA Livestock Exhibitor Agreement.” Any violation of the Malheur County Livestock Health Requirements or the MCJSC 4-H and FFA Market Auction Sale Rules may result in forfeiture of premiums and awards, disqualification and placement on probationary status and/or loss of eligibility for future participation in the fair and organized livestock competition for a period determined by the MCJSC. Last Updated 5-19-11

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Playing it Safe at the County Fair We are all ready to get out and enjoy the fun and festivities of the Malheur County Fair, and we can as long as we play it safe. COVID-19 doesn’t have to mean we’re not gathering for this popular community event, but it does mean we’re going to do it a little bit differently this year. Here are some ways you can participate in all that the fair has to offer while protecting yourself and your family:

GET VACCINATED • •

The COVID-19 vaccine is the best tool we have to stop the pandemic and protect ourselves and our loved ones. If you need help finding a vaccine or vaccine information, call the Malheur County Health Department at 541-889-7279.

MASK UP • • •

Cover your mouth and nose with a mask when in public settings or around others. Masks should have two or more layers and fit snugly against the sides of your face. It’s a good idea to keep a spare handy in case your mask becomes wet from moisture in your breath or other source.

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Maintain at least six feet of distance between you and people who don’t live with you. You are more likely to get or spread COVID-19 when you are in close contact with people who don’t live with you. Remember that people without symptoms or with a recent negative test result can still spread COVID-19 to others. Avoid using restroom facilities or concession areas at high traffic times.

OUTDOORS IS BEST • •

As much as possible, avoid poorly ventilated indoor spaces. Choose outdoor spaces that are not crowded.

PRACTICE GOOD HYGIENE • • • • •

Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing and before eating. If soap and water are not readily available, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. Bring extra hand sanitizer with you. Avoid touching your mask, eyes, nose, and mouth. Cover your mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing. Stay home if you feel unwell.

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Welcome Back To The Fair! Opening the gates at the Malheur County Fairgrounds to welcome smiling fair-goers is a hard-won victory for our area. From extremerisk to moderate-risk to high-risk and every level in between, it has been a roller coaster (and not the fun, carnival kind of roller coaster). We know everyone will keep doing their part to bring us out of the last stages of this crisis. Let’s continue supporting local businesses, continue being safe, and continue following the guidelines we all know. Now, let’s enjoy the fair and get back to the business of having some fun! Your friends and neighbors at the

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With the blaze of colorful costumes, the members of Sol y Luna (Sun and Moon) Dance Troupe of Ontario, entertain with traditional Mexican folkloric dances.

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THANK YOU to those who donated their time & expertise to the Open Class, FFA, 4-H & Jr. Sale exhibits & performance events. DEPARTMENT CHAIRPERSONS FFA - Jason Sherman 4-H - Marti Deyo JR. Sales - Helen Thomas FFA SUPERINTENDENTS FFA Overall - Jason Sherman Dairy - Adam Ineck Beef - Anna-Marie Chamberlain Goats - Kelsie White Sheep - Sarah Huss Swine – Chad Cruickshank Small Animal - Karla Friend Round Robin - TBD Crops/Other Red Barn - Kristy Herman Shop Projects - Roger Watkins 4-H SUPERINTENDENTS Goats – Kahla Shigeta Dairy Goats – Kim Thomas Dog – Sheila Turner Small Animals – Darcie Hyde Red Barn – Trish Bunker and TBA Dairy – Jason and Mary Chamberlain Beef – Jan Tschida Sheep – Stacy Herriman Swine – Chris Carlton and TBA Horse – Jolene Masterson, Ashley Armichardy, Shawna McAvoy Ranch Horse – TBA

OPEN CLASS SUPERINDENDENTS Livestock & Horse Swine - Chris Carlton Beef - Karen Yoder Dairy - Mary Chamberlain Dairy Goats - Sandy Cunha Meat Goats - Sandy Cunha Dog - Keri Osborne Small Animals TBD Sheep - Renee Cummings Horse - Joy Dean Williams, Jolene Masterson, Ashley Armichardy Ranch Horse - Bo Bourasa & Charlie Smits Ranch Started Colt Program - Jeri Schaffeld Red Barn Supervisor - Jodi Petero Agriculture - Roger Findley & Herb Futter Art - Cindy Barns Ceramics - TBD Crafts - Rita Piercy Flowers - Kelly Dorathy Foods - April Tyner Preserved Foods - April Tyner Photography - Cathy Bryant Kaae Textiles - Becky Martinez Data Analysis Guru MaryJo Waller FAIR VET Dr. Angie Alum

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Celebrating the Legacy of Will Tiffany William “Will” Robert Tiffany 8/5/1946 - 4/7/2021 In April the Fair Board (and community) lost a dear friend. July 27 – July 31 will be our 112th annual Malheur County Fair. Will Tiffany served on the Fair Board for 20 years. During his 20 years on the Fair Board a lot of changes were implemented at the fairgrounds. One of Will’s proudest accomplishments in his Board tenure was ramrodding the construction of the Rodeo Arena that we all enjoy today. Will had a vision of what the obsolete race track could become. With a ‘little’ work and a ‘little’ help from his friends, Will wanted to build a Rodeo Arena. This may seem hard to conceptualize for those of us who have never seen the fairgrounds without the arena. But, thankfully, Will had that vision and lucky for us, Will had the dedication and determination to make that vision a reality. Will used his natural charms (Salesman charm) to persuade his friends (Hansen and Clark families) and his family to help him bring his vision to fruition. He made sure to involve the younger generation in its construction as he taught them the importance of a good work ethic. His son Dave told us that he and his brother and Steve and Shad Hansen spent hundreds of hours welding in that arena. Not only was this accomplishment a sense of pride for Will, but his friends and family were proud of the accomplishment and proud to have worked alongside Will to complete this monumental project. Will, thank you for your dedication to our community. Thank you for your hard work and personal sacrifice to allow the Malheur County Fairgrounds to have a Rodeo Arena that the Treasure Valley Community College Rodeo team proudly calls their ‘home arena’. Where once was an obsolete race track, today thousands of people are entertained annually at arena events. An arena where hundreds of cowboys and cowgirls of all ages use our arena to become better at the sport of Rodeo. The Fair Board is honored to announce that we will be dedicating and renaming the arena at our 112th Malheur County Rodeo. Thank you, Will, for a job well done. Rest in peace my friend.

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The Dedication and renaming of the Malheur County Fairgrounds arena to:

The Will Tiffany Arena July 30 at 6:30 pm

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Memorials Ray & Anita Anthony Memorial

The family started this memorial as a tribute to a father and mother who lived for the fair and loved having opportunities for their children to be involved in youth activities. They loved people and animals and the atmosphere at the county fair. This memorial honors their energies toward those ends.

Bob Bain Memorial

The son of former Malheur County Livestock Extension Agent, George Bain, Bob is remembered for his involvement in 4-H showing quality Herefords. He was killed in an accident at a very young age.

Irene Barton Memorial

Irene Barton was a mother of four and owned the Vale Shoe Shop along with her husband, Leroy. She was involved with her church ladies group and enjoyed traveling. Irene was an active 4-H supporter and cosuperintendent in the food division of the Malheur County Fair for many years.

Lorraine Boor Memorial

Lorraine moved to Ontario with her parents and brother in 1930. Several years after graduating from Ontario High School she married Bill Boor. Lorraine was a dedicated wife, mom and homemaker. As a senior citizen she enjoyed entering items in several different classes at the fair. Her favorite was the sourdough class in the food division. Her hope was that her participation through

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the years would encourage others to enter items in the fair. Lorraine last entered exhibits at the fair at age 86 and came home with many ribbons.

Maag Brother’s Beef Arena

The Maag Brothers-Emil, Warner and Benny- moved to Malheur County in 1938 and settled in the Jamieson area where their descendants are still involved in farming and the cattle industry. The Maag Brothers were proud supporters of the fair and the fat stock sale for decades. Their hope was that the beef arena would help local youth to develop and show premium livestock. These young people are the future of agriculture and are our ambassadors.

Nancy Bracht Memorial

Nancy Bracht began quilting after her retirement in 1995. She loved to hand and machine piece quilt tops, but her greatest love was handquilting. She finished between three and four quilts every year, most of them handquilted. She was a member of the Treasure Valley Quiltmakers and won many awards throughout the valley for her beautiful handquilting.

Debbie Edmonson Memorial

Debbie grew up in Ontario and is remembered for her involvement in the 4-H program especially showing quality Angus cattle. She died very young in an accident.

Kara Hawkins Memorial

This memorial honors Kara Hawkins, a Vale resident, who fought a courageous battle with cancer during her middle school years. She loved showing Angus cattle and attending the county fair. This hard luck trophy was established to help other youth be strong throughout the unexpected potholes in life.

Lewis and Roselind Johnson Memorial Lewis and Roselind Johnson came to the Treasure Valley in the early 1940s establishing the Lew-Rose Dairy near Vale. They owned and operated a Jersey dairy with an outstanding line of Jersey cattle. In addition, they were known for their involvement in the beef cattle industry. Their children were all raised and educated in Vale. Many of them continue to live here, contributing to their community as Lew and Roselind did.

Linda Leininger Memorial

Growing up in the Malheur County 4-H program, Linda gave back to hundreds of youth through her loving ways as a teacher and as a 4-H horse leader. Taken by cancer at an early age, Linda will always be remembered for her positive nature and can-do attitude.

Mandy Palmer Memorial

manner and generous nature. She died as a result of an accident near Ontario.

Leonard F. Sherman DVM Memorial

Dr. Sherman was the Malheur County Fair veterinarian for many years, dedicating hundreds of hours to keeping the livestock and horse exhibits healthy. He helped establish the pet show to encourage more children to participate in fair activities. He also helped develop the Bid/Price calculator used for the Junior Livestock auction to help buyers. His family members continue to be actively involved in many fair activities.

Ryan Singleton Memorial

Ryan was an active teenager at the time of his death. He was a member of the Willowcreek Livestock 4-H Club enjoying showing and selling market lambs. He is remembered for loving competition, whether in a game or in the show ring.

Gilbert and Nellie Sproul Memorial

This award honors top dairymen from the Ontario area. Gilbert had quality Guernsey cattle and was known across the region for his superior cattle. He was very involved with the 4-H program and assisted many youth with their dairy projects.

Mandy Palmer was a 10-year 4-H member and active Ontario FFA member. She is best remembered for her love of dairy animals, her quiet

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Thank You 2020 Buyers 3B Hay & Straw Advantage Veterinary Alberstons - Ontario Americold Amick Land & Livestock Amick, Mildred Andersen, Dan & Lynette Anderson. Earl & Lisa Aqua Irrigation Ash Grove Cement Badiola, Brandon Baker and Murakami Produce Bank Of Eastern Oregon Bates, Ryan & Terri Bentz Insurance Inc. Bentz, Linda Bernard Ingle Memorial Bertalotto, Jimmy Big Valley Supply Big Valley Tractor Service Bixby & Sons Towing Blackaby Insurance Bob’s Steak & Spirits Boston”s Beef House Boyle, Brian Boyle, Jim & Ruth Brewsky’s Broiler Brian Halcom Insurance Agency Bruce & Rod’s Tire Factory Bulkey, Roger & Perrie Bunker, Richard Burgess Angus Ranch Burnt River Cnnabis Company Butler, Logan & Autumn Butler, Robrt & Sandy Buttice Forest Products Bybee Air Service Caldwell Ontario Orthodontics Campo & Poole Distributing Cannon Hill Feeders Caps Auto Central Produce Centurny Gold Century Housing, LLC Chaps Land Company Chevron-Ontario Choice Northwest Realty Chou, Tiffany Quintaro Chou, Tiffany Quintero Circle O Livestock Coleman’s Service Station Coley Glass Commercial Tire Cook, Elaine Cooper, Karen Corn Farms D&B Supply- Ontario Dairylain Farms DeBoer Farms Specialty Crops

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DeLong, Jeff & Robin Dentingers Feed & Seed Denton, Shannon DL Evans Bank DMC Farms Double K Farm Services Dr. Bauer, David & Anne Dr. D.J. Woehl Dr. Griffiths, Paul & Brenda Dr. Timmons, Alan DDS Drydale, Richard Dugan Family Farms Eagle Eye Produce Eastern Oregon Pepsi Edge Performance Erstrom Suffolks Family Eye Center Farmers Ins. Tammy Parks Farmers Supply Co-op Ontario Field Waldo Insurance-Vale, Ontario, Nyssa Findley, Ron & Kathy Fisher, Gene & Niki Fishers Supply Flerchinger, Michael & Bethany Flerchinger, Stephen & Janet Flying T Livestock Fontaine, Samantha Fort Boise Produce Four Rivers Veterninary Clinic Fugate, Bonnie Glenn Brothers Construction Global Marketing Realty/Global Realty NW Golden West Prodcue Golden Wheel Motel Gomeza, Krista Grace, Nick & Rachel Grassland Farms LLC Gressley Farms Gresslwy, Bob & Letha GT Cattle Company Hall, Justin & Kelli Hendrick’s Sewing Hendricks, Heather Herriman Ranches Hill, Riley Hollingsworth, Raeann & Bill Hometown Chevrolet Howard Ranch Huss, Sarah Idaho Package Company Imperial Agriculture Ingram, Dave & Cindy Jagelski, Stephanie & Bruno Jamieson Produce Inc Johnson, Brett Johnson, Katie Johnson, Wade & Lindsey

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Nyssa Mertantile Nyssa Tavern Nyssa Tractor & Implement Obendorf Farms Oft Angus Ranch Oregon Trail Air Services LLC Oregon Trail Cattle Feeders LLC Oregon Trail Livestock Supply Oregon Trail Produce Oregon/Idaho Utilities Ortega, Erin Ortega, Patti Perfection Repair Performix Nutrition Systems Perk Beverages Co., LLC Phillips, Flip & Larrocea, Susi Pobanz, Kris & Deanna Poor, Clarica Pozzi Construction Pozzi Ranch Price & Sons Seed Price, Joel & Vikki Price, Rodney & Patti R&L Auto Repair Inc. R.W. McConnell Appraisal/Wayne & Darlene Raburn, Jerry & Judy Rempel, Marvin Riverside Trailers Robbins Farms & Trucking Robbins, Chad Roberston, Ashley Rock Hartley LLC Rodriguez Farms Rogers, Nicole Romans Precision Irrigation Romans Ranches Charolais Russell, Steve Salon Salon & The Spa Schram, Jim & Kathleen Scotts Company Sherman, Prudi Simplot Grower Solutions Skinner, Silas & Tracy Smith, Diane Smith, Margie Smith, Pete Snake River Pediatrics PC Snake River Produce Snake River Vet Center Speelmon Land & Livestock Stone Mountain Music Story Farms Inc. Stunz Lumber Sullivan, Nichole Sutton, Thomas Svaty, Randi & Ryan Swartz, Mike Termura, Rich

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Teunissen, Dairy The Insurance Group Thomas, Dan & Helen Tolbert RL Top Air Treasure Valley Livestock Treasure Valley Steel Treasure Valley Vet Service Tschida, Dan & Jan

Tschida, Dave & Glenda Turner, Bret & Sheila Vale Trails Vale Vet Clinic Van Viet, Rick VHS Farms W 3 Livestock Inc. Waldo Insurance, Inc. Walking T Goats

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Thank You 4-H Award Sponsors PLATINUM SPONSORS

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GOLD SPONSORS

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Brunabend Farm Gerald & Karen Steele Herriman Ranch Dorpers Lazysage Ranch – Alvin & Jeana Hall Malheur County Title Company, Inc Prudi Sherman/Dr. Leanard Sherman Memorial 7D Livestock Services – Duane & Michelle Pearson Adrian 4-H Club Albert & Sonia Jones Blackaby Insurance Agency, Inc Bruce & Teresa Erlebach Eastern Oregon Dairymens Association Garrett & DJ Tschida

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IT Quarter Circle Ranch – Steve Russell Jimmy & Kimberly Bertalotto M & J Livestock Malheur Federal Credit Union Mark & Linda Palmer Matt & Rebekah Wagster Michael & Kathleen Robertson Family Rockwell Saddles Snake River Veterinary Center Dr. Varriale Suzi Ireland, Beau & Cody Ruiz Thomas & Connie Limbaugh TVCC Ag Ambassadors TVCC Rodeo Club Wagster Farms William & Gaylene Ellsworth

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Northwest Farm Credit Services Chery Quigley in Memory of Ray & Rose Novotny Red’s Auto – Laurel & William Price Simplot Steven & Fran Lewis Vale Veterinary Clinic BJ Bourasa In Memory of Dorris Harris Debra Cochrane Ashley Armichardy JD Milkyway – Jeff & Robin DeLong Jim Mason Horse Shoeing McFetridge Family Mike & Maria Clark Ray’s Trucking Scottie & Mary Payne The Insurance Group Clayton McAvoy Don & Jennifer White Dr. Roger Allen Jason & Mary Chamberlain Jose & Joni Delgado Joy Dean Williams Mrs. Z’s/Sinclair Rick Padgett Quality Horseshoeing & Training Teramura Farms Teresa & Chris Johnston Zimmerman Family David Harris Plumbing Cliff & Gayle Cook

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Thank You FFA Award Sponsors BEEF

Bair & Sons, Inc Dentinger Feed & Seed Co, Inc Kirk Maag Gary Davis & Joe Davis Families Stipe Angus Y1 Farms, Inc

CROPS

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DAIRY

Dairylain Farms Emma Miller Jeremy & Anna-Marie Chamberlain & Family Kinney Bros & Keele Hardware Co

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Circle O Livestock LLC Philpott Kids

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Barraza Family

Boulevard Grange #389 Bruce & Renae Corn Farms Gary Davis & Joe Davis Families Jeremy & Anna-Marie Chamberlain & Family L & R Farms Malheur County Farm Bureau Nick Maag Pat Reed & Mary Echo Kuhl SKG Construction Ty & Karen King Umpqua Bank

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Randy & Alisson Fales Rex & Patricia Maag Wagster Farms, LLC

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Barraza Family Bailey Meyers & Family C & T Cruickshank Farms Kirk Maag Ridgeview Feeders, LLC Sterling Marketing, Inc. SWINE Bill Van Atta Memorial Doug & Kim Stipe Kirk Maag Ontario FFA Alumni Rex & Patricia Maag Victor & Elaine Noble

Martin Manufacturing, Inc Romans Precision Irrigation White Farms

Jon & Tara Echave Kristy Riggin Les & Merie Linegar SKG Construction

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Chamberlain Nutrition Consulting In Full Bloom Greenhouse & Gardens L & R Farms Les & Merie Linegar

MEAT GOAT

Hollenbeck Cattle Pat Reed & Mary Echo Kuhl Rex & Patricia Maag

3B Hay & Farm Malheur County Farm Bureau Mountain Valley Enterprises Ontario FFA Alumni Wilcox Horse & Buggy

C & T Cruickshank Farms Circle O Livestock LLC KSK Ranch Les & Merie Linegar Walking T

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Malheur County Farm Bureau Nick Maag

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Bair & Sons, Inc. Malheur County Farm Bureau

WOODS

Pat Reed & Mary Echo Kuhl SKG Construction

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Joy Dean Williams The Fair Board is beginning a new tradition this year. Going forward we will choose a community member to honor who has made a difference on the fairgrounds and in our lives. This year we have chosen Joy Dean Williams to salute and to thank for a job well done. This 2021 fair book is dedicated to Joy Dean. In 1957 Joy Dean Williams began the Cactus Riders Horse Club. Thanks to Joy Dean’s guidance this club has been active and successful in Ontario for 64 years. How many hours has Joy Dean volunteered? At 91 years young she is still down here at the fairgrounds several times a week throughout summer watering the flowers for the fair. How many activities has she attended? How much money has Joy Dean spent out of her own pocket so a 4-H member could show and be part of her Fair Family? I’m sure Joy Dean doesn’t know the answers to those questions…If she’s ever even considered the questions. What Joy Dean has focused on is helping her 4-H kids to succeed; in and out of the show ring.

Joy Dean has focused on making her community — her county fair — grow and improve and become better than it was when she began. Joy Dean has been a 4-H leader, fair superintendent, a member of the Oregon Horse Advisory Committee, and helped begin the Ranch Horse class competition for the Malheur County Fair. She has taken countless participants to county and state fair for showing and judging competitions. Whether teaching a member to ride, giving show tips, school advice, or just being an ear when they needed someone to listen, Joy Dean is always there for her members. Her knowledge is deep, and her passion is strong. That is what Joy Dean has focused on. The Fair Board knows it’s not possible to summarize all that Joy Dean Williams has done for her community, and the 4-H organization as a whole. What it is possible to do is let her know that we think she is an amazing person, and she has made a huge impact on our community. She is someone that we all aspire to be like. Joy Dean has been a role model for many, and a true example of the values and meaning of 4-H.

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