The Board of Directors has adopted certain rules and regulations that will govern the fair. All exhibitors agree to be governed by these rules.
The Fair Board will take precautions for the safekeeping of exhibits, but the Association will not be responsible for any damage that may occur.
All those who show livestock should have their animals trained to lead and handle for judging. The cow/calf pairs may be judged in their pens and do not need to be halter broke.
All livestock and horse exhibitors are welcome. Pre-registration is requested, although not required for the Friday horse show, Saturday small animal show and Sunday livestock show.
Regulations of the North Dakota Livestock Sanitary Board covering the admission of stock for exhibiting purposes will govern in all cases.
Exhibitors must provide their own feed, hay, and straw.
Exhibitors not following specific arrival and leave times will forfeit prize money.
No premium will be awarded to an unworthy exhibit even though it may be the only one entered in the class. An inferior exhibit in absence of competition will be placed according to its merit.
All awards will be deemed final, unless fraud can be proven to the Fair Board.
Fair directors will make any changes or additions to these rules and regulations.
Contact Crystal Schaunaman, Extension Agent, (701) 288-5180, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for an entry form or click on the links in the specific sections below.
OPEN YOUTH LIVESTOCK & JR POINT SHOW
Sunday, July 11 - 8 a.m.
Entries are due 10 days prior to the fair. For entry forms contact Crystal Schaunaman, 701-288-5180 or email - email@example.com or download and print form here.
Open to anyone; including any 4-H member, FFA member, Jr. Breed Assoc. or Jr. Point Show member who has not reached his/her 21st birthday by show day. Swine, sheep, goats, dairy and beef must be checked in and penned by 7:00 p.m., Saturday. Market animals will be weighed between 8 and 9:00 p.m. The swine show starts at 8 a.m. Sunday, followed by sheep, goats, kiddie show, dairy, and beef. The round robin will be held after all species with the champion showmanship winners from each species invited to participate.
The small animal entries and judging will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday.
Fitting and Showmanship – All Species
Exhibitors must show their own animals in showmanship and the animal also must be shown in another class. Showmanship will be broken into two age groups: Junior (7-13 yrs) & Senior (13-20 yrs). Two participants from each age group will be selected for the round-robin contest.