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McDonald County Fair 2017

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age and birthdate on their entry forms. 2. No exhibitor showing in this division will be able to show in the open sheep show. 3. Each child will be interviewed on a one-on-one basis about their sheep by the judge. 4. Help for the youth in the ring will be provided if needed; however, only fair officials are allowed in the show arena. 5. Pens are pre-assigned. 6. Supreme junior and senior showmen will receive a trophy. 7. Little Flock Division will be held immediately following the open sheep division Little Flock Trophy Sponsors: Huston's Backhoe Service- Tiff City Huston's Pump Service- Anderson Mid-Tec-Anderson Dairy Goats Judging 4 p.m. Friday Superintendent-Melissa Jackson No animals in stalls until checked in with department superintendent. All pens will be pre-assigned. All dairy goats must be dehorned. Any goats showing evidence of disease, lesions, or abscesses will be refused. Classes 1 through 11 will be divided by breeds. Pens must be cleaned before premium checks are released. Prizes: $14-$10-$6 Breeds-Alpine, Nubian, Saanen, LaMancha, Crossbreeds, Toggenburgs, Nigerian Dwarf, Oberhasli, Sable Classes 1. Doe: 2 mo. to under 4 mo. 2. Doe: 4 mo. to under 8 mo., never in milk 3. Doe; 8 mo. to under 1 yr., never in milk 4. Doe; 1 yr. and under 2 yrs., never in milk 5. Doe; 1 yr. and under 2 yrs., in milk 6. Doe: 2 yrs. and under 3 yrs., in milk 7. Doe: 3 yrs. and under 4 yrs., in milk 8. Doe: 4 yrs. and under 5 yrs., in milk 9. Doe: 5 yrs. and over, in milk 10. Buck: 3 to 6 mos. 11. Buck: 6 to 9 mos. Grand Champion Senior Doe, each breed (Trophy and Rosette) Reserve Champion Senior Doe, each breed (Rosette) Overall Grand Champion Senior Doe (Buckle and Rosette) Overall Reserve Champion Senior Doe (Trophy and Rosette) Grand Champion Junior Doe, each breed (Trophy and Rosette) Reserve Champion Junior Doe, each breed (Rosette) Overall Grand Champion Junior Doe (Buckle and Rosette) Overall Reserve Champion Junior Doe (Trophy and Rosette) Grand Champion Buck, each breed (Rosette) Reserve Champion Buck, each breed (Rosette) Overall Grand Champion Buck (Trophy and Rosette) Overall Reserve Champion Buck (Trophy and Rosette) Dairy Goat Buckle Sponsors: OK Custom Furniture- Anderson Jackson's Royal Farm- Anderson Diary Goat Trophy Sponsor: Mills Sawmill-Anderson Magic K Circle Dairy Goats- Anderson Shack on the Rock- Southwest City Meat Goats Judging 4 p.m. Friday Superintendent–Melissa Jackson No animals in stalls until checked in with department superintendent. All pens will be pre-assigned. All meat goats will be required to have horns tipped or be dehorned before fair dates. All market goats must be slick shorn with 3/8 inch of hair or less at fair time. All market goats will be weighed and divided into classes, Thursday at 9 p.m. Any goats showing evidence of disease, lesions, or abscesses will be refused. Classes 1 through 7 will be divided by breeds. All meat goats must be properly fitted for show and provided with a collar. All exhibitors must be neat and properly dressed while in the show ring. Pens must be cleaned before premium checks are released. Prizes: $14-$10-$6 Classes: Overall Grand Champion (Buckle and Rosette) Overall Reserve Champion (Trophy and Rosette) Overall Grand Champion Market Goat (Buckle and Rosette) Overall Reserve Champion Market Goat (Trophy and Rosette) Overall Grand Champion Buck (Trophy and Rosette) Overall Reserve Champion Buck (Trophy and Rosette) Meat Goat Buckle Sponsors Jared Kennedy-Neosho Buggy Possum Farm- Diamond 1: 4 to 8 mos.; kid 2: 8 to 12 mos. 3: 12 to 24 mos.; yearling 4. 24 to 36 mos. 5: Buck; 3 to 6 mos. 6: Buck; 6 to 9 mos. 7: Market – classes will be divided by weight Poultry Superintendent-Brandy Bevis Birds in place by 6 p.m. Thursday. Judging is on Friday. Pens for poultry furnished on first come basis. Poultry exhibitors are limited to two entries in each class of poultry. Wings should not be clipped. Any poultry showing signs of poor health or hygiene will be refused or removed from fair grounds. Open classes— open to anyone in McDonald, Newton, and Barry counties. Ribbons only! No premium or trophies. Youth classes—open to youth 18 years old or under in McDonald, Newton, and Barry counties. Trophy, ribbons, and premiums paid. Release time approximately 10:00 p.m. Saturday (after the Premium Sale). Prizes: $5-$4-$3 Classes: Std. Chicken-Young Flocks By Breed: P1-Exhibition Pen (1 cockerel and 2 pullets); P2-Cockerel or Cock; P3-Pullet or Hen Std. Chicken-Flock Management-Layers: P6-Exhibition Pen (1 cock or cockerel and 2 hens or pullets) Std. Chicken-Layers- Individual Entries: P7-Cock or Cockerel P8; Production Hen or Pullet; Any breed or cross accepted in classes P6, P7, P8; P9-All other standard chickens not fitting above classes. Bantams: P11-Exhibition Pen (1 cock or cockerel and 2 hens or pullets) P12-Cock or Cockerel P13-Hen or Pullet Ducks: P14-Pair (1 drake and 1 hen);P15-Drake; P16-Hen Pigeons: P17-Pair; P18-Male; P19-Female All other Poultry: P20-Turkeys, Geese, Guinea, Pheasant, etc. Entries accepted only by pre-arrangement with superintendent, provided that suitable penning can be arranged. Eggs: P21-White eggs 12 eggs; P22-Brown eggs 12 eggs Judged on egg quality only. Carton will be furnished for this class. P23-Egg Display-6 to 18 eggs-any kind Judged on presentation and quality of eggs. Bring own baskets, trays, etc. Heaviest Rooster P24-1 Rooster Judged on weight and overall scale of bird. "Bigger the Better" Special added premiums to be announced on this class All Poultry Trophies Furnished by: The Juzeler Family Champion of Show Champion Pen-Youth Layer Pullets-white eggs Champion Pen-Youth Layer Pullets-brown eggs Heaviest Rooster Rabbits Judging Friday Morning Superintendent-Jamie Juzeler Pens will be assigned by superintendent. No health papers required, but any animal showing signs of illness or stress will be refused or removed from grounds. DO NOT wash rabbits! All rabbits must be in clean condition for show. Judging will be done by the rules of the American Rabbit Breeders As- sociation. All rabbits will be judged by breed and variety under proper age classes. Crossbred rabbits will be accepted only if space allows. Animals must have permanent tattoo in left ear. It must be leg- ible. No exceptions! Entries to be in place by 6:00 Thursday. All entries to remain in place until Saturday evening release of livestock. Approximate release time 10:00 (after the Premium Sale). Rabbit trophies donated by: Juzeler Family Rabbit Classes Classes will be provided as follows: Pure Breeds 4 Classes-(Breeds maturing under eight pounds) • R1-Under 6 month, Jr. Buck • R2-Under 6 month, Jr. Doe • R3-Over 6 month, Sr. Buck • R4-Over 6 months, Sr. Doe 6 Classes-(Breeds maturing over eight pounds) • R5-Under 6 month, Jr. Buck • R6-Under 6 months, Jr. Doe • R7-6 to 8 months, 6/8 Buck • R8-6 to 8 month, 6/8 Doe •R9-Over 8 month, Sr. Buck •R10-Over 8 months, Sr. Doe Entries should show breed, variety, and age of animal. Superintendent may re-class entries as needed. Commercial Whites R11-Under 6 months Jr. Buck; R12-Under 6 months Jr. Doe R13-Over 6 months Sr. Buck; R14-Over 6 months Sr. Doe Crossbreeds or Pet R15-Under 6 months Jr. Buck; R16-Over 6 months Sr. Buck; Meat Pen-3 animals 4 to 6 pounds each R17-Any breed or variety. Uniformity of meat quality is a must. All must be of same color, breed, etc. Prizes: $5-$4-$3 Open division — open to anyone living in McDonald, Newton, or Barry counties. Ribbons only! No premiums or trophies. Youth division — open to anyone 18 years of age or under living in McDonald, Newton, or Barry Counties. Trophies, ribbons, and premiums paid. Youth Horse Show Superintendents-Tim and Jody Scott July 23rd at 5 p.m. 1. Newton and Barry County Exhibitors must pay entry fee of $10 2. Exhibitors must wear long sleeve shirts and wear boots 3. Current Coggins required 4. Horses must be kept in designated areas and must be kept at a walk 5. No Stallions 6. Horses must be owned, leased, or under exhibitors complete care and responsibility for at least 60 days prior to the show date 7. Awards in each age division for High Point and Reserve High Point 8. Points will be counted in all classes on only one horse 9. Walk/Trot may not show in any other class that is a loping class 10. Leadline — cannot show in any other class; must be 3 years and up; may be led by parent, grandparent, or legal guardian; superintendent has complete discretion on whether or not to allow exhibitor to participate in this class Thursday, July 13, 2017 McDonald County Press 7B C o u n t y F a i r Loans LET US BE YOUR PARTNER IN SUCCESS. NEOSHO 230 W. Spring St. 417-451-3222 • 3005 Gardner Edgewood Dr. 417-451-2025 GOODMAN 110 E. Main St. 417-364-7224 JANE 56 Wright Hill Ln. 417-226-5263 Offer of credit is subject to credit approval. 115 W. Choctaw Southwest City, MO Gene & Cindy Buchite Jeremy Buchite www.swcprocessing.com SOUTHWEST CITY PROCESSING 417-762-3515 800-741-3852 31-35c The Arc Shop Compare Features - Compare Facts HYDRABED Exeter, MO • 417-835-4856 New & Used Haybeds & Flatbeds • 6" Channel Main Frame • 4"x4" Rear Tube, 1/2" Thick • 3000# Lift Capacity • Hydraulically Synchronized Arms • 11 GPM Live Hydraulic System LIFETIME ARM WARRANTY BY TRIPLE C, INC. 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