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Livestock General Rules and Regulations
Dept D - Chicken Show
Dept F - Junior Sheep & Meat Goat Show
Dept G - Junior Dairy Show
Dept H - Open Dairy Show
Dept I - Junior Beef Show
Dept J - Open Beef Show

Dept F

Department F
Junior Sheep
& Meat Goat Show

Sunday, August 12th - 1:00 p.m.
Superintendent - Jake Ottinger
Director - Dallas Ottinger

Participants are required to purchase
exhibitor tickets. Entry Fee $1.00 Per Head.
Exhibitors must provide bedding for livestock.

Entry fees due by check in. Cash or Check Only.
Exhibitors are allowed to enter no more than two animals in any one lot.
All animals are to be in place by 10:00am. on the day of the show. Facilities will be available by 8:00 a.m. No bedding will be furnished by the Fair. All market entries must be weighed by 12:00 p.m. The show will begin at 1:00 p.m. Animals will be released at 7:00 p.m. Participants are required to purchase exhibitor tickets for themselves and for any person assisting them at the show. Entry Fee $1.00 per head.
All exhibitors must be 4-H or FFA members and are required to have been enrolled in the fourth grade or above on January of the current calendar year in the State of Tennessee.
Pre-registration is required.
All animals must have a scrapie taG

Breeding Sheep Show

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

Class 1 - Sheep - Dorset
Class 2 - Sheep - Hampshire
Class 3 - Sheep - Katahdin
Class 4 - Sheep - Oxford
Class 5 - Sheep - Natural Color
Class 6 - Sheep - Shropshire
Class 7 - Sheep - Southdown
Class 8 - Sheep - Suffolk
Class 9 - Sheep - AOB - Meat
Class 10 - Sheep - AOB - Wool
Lot
1. Senior Ram Lambs - Born Sept. 1 thru Dec. 31, 2017
2. Early Junior Ram Lambs - Born Jan. 1 thru Feb. 14, 2018
3. Late Junior Ram Lambs - Born after Feb. 15, 2018
4. Pair of Ram Lambs
5. Grand Champion Ram (Lots 1, 2, & 3)
6. Reserve Grand Champion Ram (Lots 1, 2, &3)
7. **Senior Yearling Ewes - Born Sept. 1, 2016 thru Feb. 14, 2017
8. **Junior Yearling Ewes - Born Feb. 15 thru Aug. 31, 2017.
9. Pair Yearling Ewes
10. Senior Ewe Lambs - Born Sept. 1 thru Dec. 31, 2017.
11. Senior Champion Ewe
12. Reserve Senior Champion Ewe
13. Early Junior Ewe Lambs - Born Jan. 1 thru Jan. 31, 2018.
14. Intermediate Junior Ewe Lambs - Born Feb. 1 thru Feb. 28, 2018.
15. Late Junior Ewe Lambs - Born Mar. 1, 2018 and after.
16. Pair of Ewe Lambs
17. Junior Champion Ewe
18. Reserve Junior Champion Ewe
19. Grand Champion Ewe (Lots 11, 17).
20. Reserve Grand Champion Ewe Lots 11, 12, 17 & 18).
21. Pen of Four Lambs (both sexes represented)
22. Flock (to consist of 2 yearling ewes, 2 ewe lambs, 1 ram)
** An exhibitor may enter a total of two yearling ewes. They may be in the same class or different classes.

Market Lamb Show

Lambs must be owned by exhibitor prior to August 5th. An exhibitor may show no more than six lambs in the Market Lamb Show. All market lambs must have lamb teeth and must be wether or ewe lambs. Ewe lambs shown as market lambs cannot show in Junior Breeding Show.
Lambs must weigh a minimum of 75 pounds. There is no maximum weight. Lambs will be weighed and divided into lots by weight.

Class 11 - Sheep - Market Lambs - Black Face Cross
Lot
1. Light Weight Market Lambs
2. Medium Weight Market Lambs
3. Medium Heavy Weight Market Lambs
4. Heavy Weight Market Lambs
5. Champion Market Lamb
6. Reserve Champion Market Lamb

Class 12 - Sheep - Market Lambs - White Face Cross
Lot
1. Light Weight Market Lambs
2. Medium Weight Market Lambs
3. Medium Heavy Weight Market Lambs
4. Heavy Weight Market Lambs
5. Champion Market Lamb
6. Reserve Champion Market Lamb

Class 13 - Sheep - Grand Champion Market Lambs
Lot
7. Grand Champion Market Lamb
8. Reserve Grand Champion Market Lamb

Commerical Ewes Show

Open to non-registered ewes of any breed or combination of breeds.
Only weaned ewes may be shown.
Ewes must have their yearling teeth and no ewe will show with two-year teeth. Ewes will be mouthed to determine age.
Ewes must be owned by exhibitors and under their care and management by Aug. 5 of current year.
Exhibitors may show no more than six (6) animals in the Commercial Ewe Show (any age combination).
Ewes will be assigned to classes based on two age groups (lambs/yearlings) and weight within age classification.
Ewes must weigh 75 pounds to be exhibited.
Ewes shown in the Commercial Ewe Show are not eligible to show in either the Registered Ewe Show or the Market Lamb Show.
Ewes must be shown slick shorn

Class 14 - Sheep - Commercial Ewes - Black Face Cross Lambs
Class 15 - Sheep - Commercial Ewes - Black Face Cross Yearlings
Class 16 - Sheep - Commercial Ewes - White Face Cross Lambs
Class 17 - Sheep - Commercial Ewes - White Face Cross Yearlings
Lot
1. Light Weight Commercial Ewes
2. Medium Weight Commercial Ewes
3. Medium Heavy Weight Commercial Ewes
4. Heavy Weight Commercial Ewes
5. Champion Commercial Ewes
6. Reserve Champion Commercial Ewes

Class 18 - Sheep - Grand Champion Commercial Ewe
Lot
7. Grand Champion Commercial Ewe
8. Reserve Grand Champion Commercial Ewe

Showmanship

1. Junior Show exhibitor will include anyone who can exhibit their animal WITHOUT assistance and exhibitors up to the age of 21.
2. EXHIBITOR MUST NOT HAVE REACHED THEIR 21ST BIRTHDAY ON DAY OF SHOW.
3. Senior Showmanship will be at the conclusion of the Junior Show Sheep Show.
4. Exhibitor must show own animal and must be shown in Junior Show by the exhibitor.
5. Pee Wee Showmanship: exhibitors 3rd grade and younger; must be able to lead and control animal in the ring without any assistance.
6. Junior Showmanship: exhibitors in 4th, 5th, and 6th Grades on January 1 of current year.
7. Junior High Showmanship: exhibitors in 7th and 8th Grades on January 1 of current year.
8. Senior Showmanship: exhibitors in 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th Grades on January 1 of current year.

Goat Show

Class 19 - Goats - Breeding Meat Goat Show
Animals must be registered in a Meat Goat Association.
Open to registered percentage or fullblood.
Animals shown in this class cannot be shown in Market Goat Show.
Lot
1. Buck Kids age up to under 3 months
2. Buck Kids age 3 months to under 6 months
3. Buck Kids Age 6 months to under 9 months
4. Buck Kids Age 9 months to 12 months
5. Grand Champion Buck Kid
6. Reserve Grand Champion Buck Kid
7. Doe Kid age up to under 3 months
8. Doe Kid age 3 months to under 6 months
9. Doe Kid age 6 months to under 9 months
10. Doe Kid age 9 months to under 12 months
11. Yearling Doe age 12 months to under 18 months
12. Yearling Doe age 18 months to under 24 months
13. 24 - 36 Month Doe
14. 36 Month & Older Doe
15. Grand Champion Doe
16. Reserve Grand Champion Doe


Class 20 - Goats - Market Goat Show
Any breed or cross breed of goat can show (registration not required).
All goats will be weighed and classified prior to the show and will be divided into classes by weight.
All animals must have either an ear tag or legible tattoo to be able to show.
All animals will be doe kids or wether kids (must not exhibit any testicular tissue).
An animal must show no breaking of skin or eruption of either of two permanent front teeth.
Milk teeth must be in place.
All animals must be slick shorn with 3/8” of hair or less.
An exhibitor can show a maximum of two animals in this Class.
Lot
1. Light Weight
2. Medium Weight
3. Medium Heavy Weight
4. Heavy Weight
5. Grand Champion Market Goat
6. Reserve Grand Champion Market Goat

All premium money available will be used, and individual prize money will depend on the number of animals shown. Animals will not be grouped, but will all be considered in one group for the purpose of allocating the premiums. All animals deemed worthy by the Judge will receive a blue participating ribbon. Group money paid will not exceed $9. The three highest placings in each class will receive the following additional premiums: 1st - $3; 2nd - $2; 3rd - $1. No pen fee will be charged.

WOOL AND WOOLIES REVUE
Sunday, August 12 - 12:00 p.m.
Ext. Office: 798-1710
The objectives of this class are to present a class of sheep in a most attractive manner, to give spectators an opportunity to view young people modeling wool garments while leading the wool producer, and to provide models an opportunity to develop poise.
RULES
Participants are required to purchase
exhibitor tickets.
Subject to General Rules and Regulations
All contestants must be under 21 years of age as of date of show.
Entrants must lead a registered ewe or market lamb which has been conditioned, fitted and trained to show at halter. The sheep does not have to be owned by the entrant.
Entrant must wear a garment made of wool or wool blend. Garment does not have to be constructed by entrant.
The following standard will be used when judging classes:
A. Entrant’s garment (Style, Accessories Appropriate, Fashionable, Color Becoming of Model, Suitable for Age and Neatness). 40%.
B. Poise and Appearance (Modeling Ability, Attitude, Poise and Gracefulness, and Grooming). 25%.
C. Presentation of Sheep (Attitude toward animal, Halter on properly, Clean, Groomed appropriately, Lamb under control while modeling and in line, Lamb’s outfit compatible with model’s outfit). 35%.
Entries may be obtained from your County Extension Office or the Greene County Extension Office. Mail all entry forms to:
UT Extension - Greene County
County Court House Annex
204 North Cutler Street, Suite 105
Greeneville, TN 37745
Phone (423) 798-1710
Fax (423) 798-1713

Entries must be received at the Greene County 4-H Office by 5:00 p.m. on Monday before the show on Sunday. NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED after the 5:00 p.m. deadline. Extension Office Fax number is (423) 798-1713.

AWARDS:
1st - $15.00; 2nd - $12.00; 3rd - $10.00; 4th - $8.00
Plus Ribbons
CLASSES:
1 - Senior contestants age* 17 years and under 21 years.
2 - Pairs Competition* Under 6 years of age. Must have a partner (older sibling, friend, parent, etc.) to help control sheep. Partner should be dressed to coordinate with the contestant, but only contestant will model on stage. Awards will go to contestant.
3 - Primary contestants age* 6 years through 9 years.
4 - Junior contestants age* 10 years through 13 years.
5 - Intermediate contestants age* 14 years through 16 years.
*Age at time of show.

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