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2021 HALL COUNTY 4-H FAIR BOOK Hall County Fair July 21-25, 2021 Nebraska Extension in Hall County 3180 W Hwy 34 Grand Island, NE 68801 Phone: 308-385-5088 Fax: 308-385-5092 Office Hours: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm, M-F https://hall.unl.edu/ Hall County 4-H Nebraska @4hhoopla Nebraska Extension is a Division of the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln cooperating with the Counties and the United Sates Department of Agriculture. Nebraska Extension educational programs abide with the nondiscrimination policies of the University of Nebraska– Lincoln and the United States Department of Agriculture. 2021

HALL COUNTY 4-H EXTENSION STAFF D’Ette Scholtz, Extension Educator 4-H Youth Development Megan Knuth, Extension Associate 4-H Youth Development Joyce Krolikowski, Secretary/Bookkeeper Crystal Beissenherz, Office Manager 4-H Council Becky Kosmicki, President Nicole Powell, Vice President Allie Beckmann, Secretary Becky Carmin, Treasurer Lisa Allan Colby Collins Youth Members Melody Greer Carly Gartner John Hadenfeldt Jack Jacobs Bill Jacobs Rhett Kosmicki Tiffany Jacobsen Emily Reimers Ramona Otto Connor Scholz Paul Sullivan Carson Sullivan Extension Board Darren Sanchez, President Adam Jurgens, Vice President Charity Adams, Secretary Hector Rubio, Treasurer Jeremiah Johnsen Quinten Schafer Heather Zessin Karen Bredthauer, Hall Co. Board of Supervisors Page 2

TABLE of CONTENTS Hall County Fair Rules Code of Conduct Special Awards 4 6 7 Animal Science Beef Bucket Calf Companion Animal, Cat Dog Goat, Meat/Dairy Herdsmanship, Horse Herdsmanship, Livestock Herdsmanship, Rabbit/Poultry Horse Horseless Horse Poultry Rabbit Round Robin Showmanship Sheep Showmanship Small Animal Static Swine Veterinary Science 9 9 15 14 10 10 8 12 11 12 12 13 8 9 8 16 10 16 17 19 17 18 18 Entomology Forestry Shooting Sports Wildlife 43 44 41 39 Healthy Lifestyles Bicycle Cake Decorating Cooking 101 Cooking 201 Cooking 301 Cooking 401 Culinary Challenge Contest Food Preservation Ice Cream Roll Safety, Fire Safety Citizenship/Seeing i2i Entrepreneurship Leadership Next Chapter/TEC Box Officer Notebooks 32 24 32 28 37 36 28 36 33 34 22 27 33 33 36 30 32 35 25 Field Crops Flowers Fruit Herbs Houseplants Range Management Special Agronomy Project Special Garden Project Vegetables Weed Science 52 47 47 47 48 48 46 49 46 51 52 53 54 54 54 55 58 61 61 59 57 56 62 60 57 Science, Engineering & Technology (SET) Aerospace Computers Electricity Geospatial Physics/Power of Wind Robotics Small Engines Welding Woodworking 67 67 68 Kids College & School Enrichment Environmental Education & Earth Science Plant Science Consumer & Family Science Attention Shoppers Clothing & Textiles Consumer Management Crochet Design Decisions Design My Place Fashion Show Heirloom Treasures Heritage Home Environment Human Development Knitting Making Cents of It My Financial Future Portfolio Pathways Quilt Quest Shopping in Style Sketchbook Crossroads STEAM Clothing 1 26 26 27 Leadership, Citizenship & Personal Development Communications & Expressive Arts Communications Photography Public Speaking Talent Show Theater Arts STEAM Clothing 2 STEAM Clothing 3 STEAM Clothing: Beyond the Needle 63 64 65 66 66 67 Kids College Projects School Enrichment 69 70 Spotlight Projects Capture Your Experience Kindness Matters Scrapbook Pages, Albums & Cards Your Choice! 70 70 70 70 Clover Kids A Space for Me Aerospace Beyond the Needle Bicycle Adventures Bucket Calf Companion Animal, Cat Dog Explore Farm Animals Family Celebrations Flowers & Vegetables Goat (meat or dairy) Just Outside the Door Making Food for Me Poultry Public Speaking Rabbit Sheep Small Animal Static Exhibits Special Interest Swine Theatre Arts 1 71 71 71 71 72 72 72 71 71 71 72 72 72 72 71 72 73 73 72 73 72 Please help us to provide a safe environment and a great experience for youth during the Hall County Fair. Children should be supervised by their parent(s) or other designated adult(s) at all times. Thanks for your assistance in keeping 4-H youth safe! Page 3

HALL COUNTY FAIR RULES 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 The Board of Directors of the Hall County Agricultural Association (Hall County Fair Board) assumes no responsibility for any personal injury that may occur to those exhibiting or attending the 4-H Fair. The Hall County Fair Board will assume responsibility for the conduct and management of the 4-H Fair. The rules and regulations governing 4-H club work as outlined by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, will be followed unless otherwise stated. The Hall County 4-H Council has the right to make additional rules and regulations when needed. The respective superintendent has the authority to make appropriate decisions based on the 4-H Premium List and State Fair Rules. In case of a dispute, the decision of the Hall County 4-H Council Protest Committee is final. Protests will not be accepted more than 24 hours after the conclusion of the 4-H activity/event. Protests regarding a fair exhibit will not be accepted after the exhibit is released from the Hall County Fair. The Protest Policy is available at the Hall County Extension Office. No 4-H member will be allowed to sleep in the barns overnight. Youth violating rules and/or destroying property may be excluded from the Fair without premium money. No alcoholic beverages will be permitted on the grounds during the Hall County Fair. 4-H exhibits at the Hall County Fair are entered and displayed at the risk of the 4-H member. Hall County Extension and the 4-H Council, in cooperation with the Board of Directors of the Hall County Agricultural Association, accepts exhibits and will exercise due care to protect them; however, the Extension Office, 4-H Council and the Board of Directors of the Hall County Agricultural Association cannot accept responsibility for loss or damage due to the conditions imposed by large crowds, the arrangement of the buildings in which displays are housed and the great number of exhibits. 4-H members who have exhibits of great sentimental and/or monetary value should carefully consider whether such exhibits should be exposed to the hazards of the fair. Specific rules and guidelines for exhibiting in each project area are included in the general information section for the area in the premium book. 4-H members must be enrolled in the project by June 15 of current year to be eligible to exhibit in that project. All entries must be made since the previous year’s fair. 4-H members are asked to pre-enter static exhibits. All livestock and small animals must be pre-entered by the deadline. Clover Kids (ages 5-7) are eligible to participate in the Hall County Fair in non-competitive classes (refer to Department X). No premiums are given; however, special participation ribbons will be awarded. All regular 4-H members who exhibit at the Hall County Fair must become 9 years of age during the current year. The last year of eligibility is the calendar year the member becomes 19. All exhibits of regular 4-H members will be divided into groups according to merits. Purple awards will denote a superior exhibit. Blue awards will denote an excellent exhibit. Red will denote a good exhibit while white will denote an acceptable exhibit. Refer to the specific department in the premium book for premium awards. Trophies will be awarded to the highest individual exhibit, where provided. "Champion" or "Grand Champion" titles are awarded at the judge's discretion. Any 4-H member removing a static exhibit (exhibit that stands on its own) before 3 pm on Sunday will not receive premium money for the exhibit. Items not picked up within two weeks after County and State Fair will be discarded. Contact your club leader or the Extension Office at 385-5088 if you are in doubt about your exhibits. All animals must have proper identification as specified by the Hall County 4-H Council and the State 4-H Office in order to be eligible to show at Hall County Fair. All beef, bucket calves, swine, sheep, goats, rabbits & horses must be properly identified at the 4-H office by June 15. Retags: If an animal loses an eartag, the exhibitor must contact the office at least 24 hours before county fair weigh-in to get a new tag and change the ID sheet. If the exhibitor does not contact the office at least 24 hours before county fair weigh-in, they will not be eligible to show that animal. Page 4

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 All 4-H livestock exhibitors (including the livestock sale) shall wear official 4-H dress. Official dress includes the following shirt options: green clover 4-H shirt, white clover 4-H Shirt, white button-up with 4-H armband, or any of the Farm Bureau sponsored Hall County 4-H t-shirts. State Fair or AKSARBEN shirts are not permitted. Grooming an animal including clipping, trimming, and blocking may be done by exhibitors at the fair, brothers, sisters, or parents/guardians of the exhibitor. This rule will be monitored by 4-H Council members, County Fair superintendents and Extension staff. Failure to follow this rule will result in the animal being lowered one ribbon group and stripped of awards and/or not be allowed to go through the 4-H Auction. Market animals found to have been surgically altered or treated (with exception to dehorning) will be barred from the show, or if already shown, all awards, premiums and honors shall be revoked. A 4-H member must show his own animal(s) unless excused by the 4-H Council/staff. The request must be in writing and be sent to the Extension office before the Fair starts. If the member has two animals in the same class, one animal can be shown by another member enrolled in Hall County 4-H. Each exhibitor in the club group of five must be a bona fide 4-H member of that club and each animal must have a member exhibiting it. All 4-H exhibits except dogs, cats, companion animals, horses, and feeder calves must stay on the fairgrounds for the duration of the Fair. Release of livestock because of health reasons must be obtained from the Fair Board office. Any 4-H member removing their livestock exhibit from the fairgrounds before the release date and time will not be allowed to show livestock at the fair the following year. To keep the Hall County Fair safe for all participants, generators cannot be utilized within the buildings on the fairgrounds. Please abide by the following fire regulation: According to Fire Code Section 313.1 IFC: Fueled equipment shall not be stored, operated or repaired within a building. Equipment including, but not limited to: generators, portable cooking equipment (unless UL approved for indoor use), lawn care equipment, motorcycles, and any equipment utilizing propane tanks. Please keep this in mind as you prepare for the Hall County Fair. Rules governing the County Fair Livestock Premium Sale: 22.1 Only one market animal per department that was exhibited by the exhibitor in the regular live show will be eligible for the premium sale. 22.2 When an exhibitor has two market animals in a given lot, the Superintendent(s) must be notified which animal is to be sold prior to two hours after each show. If notification is not made, the Superintendent(s) will not consign any animal. 22.3 The exhibitor must personally take the animal through the ring on sale night unless excused by the Committee. 22.4 Before the exhibitor may enter the sale ring they must be neat, clean and in official club dress and the animal must be presentable. 22.5 Any market animal can be withdrawn from the sale. 22.6 Breeding livestock entries cannot be consigned for sale in the Livestock Premium sale. State Fair Eligibility requirements for exhibitors: In classes where presence of the 4-H member is required for judging purposes, such as animal exhibits, judging contests, presentations, and fashion show, a 4-H member must be 10 by December 31 of the previous year or become 11 years of age during the current year. The last year of eligibility is the calendar year the member becomes 19. For classes where presence of the 4-H member is not required, the exhibitor must become 9 years of age during the current year; therefore, they must be 8 by December 31 of the previous year. Quality Assurance training is required for all exhibitors in beef, sheep, swine, dairy, dairy goats, meat goats, poultry and rabbits. All youth who wish to exhibit any of these species must complete Quality Assurance requirements prior to the June 15 deadline. Anyone not completing the Quality Assurance Training will be ineligible to exhibit at the Hall County Fair. Completion of the training will be certified by Extension staff. Page 5

4-H Program Participant/Parent/Guardian Code of Conduct The primary goal of the 4-H Program is to help youth develop competency in their projects, confidence in themselves and others, connections to their community and sound character. Actions by persons (parents, volunteers and 4-H’ers) involved with the 4-H Program will be consistent with the six core ethical values comprising good character: trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, caring, fairness and citizenship. A 4-H Participant/Parent/Guardian will: Treat all people and property with respect, courtesy, consideration and compassion. Avoid and prevent put-downs, insults, name calling, swearing and other language or nonverbal conduct likely to offend, hurt or set a bad example. Keep informed about 4-H program policies and projects and read materials pertaining to the county 4-H program. Teach and model kindness and compassion for others. Recognize that all people have skills and talents which can be used to help others and improve the community. Teach and foster teamwork and discourage selfishness. Practice fair-mindedness by being open to ideas, suggestions and opinions of others. I will make all reasonable efforts to assure equal access to participation for all youth and adults regardless of race, creed, color, sex, national origin or disability. Decisions will be made fairly and treat all individuals and families with impartiality. Obey laws and rules as an obligation of being a good citizen. I accept responsibility for the proper treatment and care for other youth and adults, the program facilities and/or equipment. Demonstrate the responsible treatment of animals and stewardship of the environment. Not use alcohol or illegal substances (or be under the influence) while working with or participating in any part of the 4-H Program. Provide a safe environment for all parties involved in 4-H. I will protect those involved from sexual harassment, physical force, verbal or mental abuse, neglect, or other harmful behaviors. I understand that disciplinary action can be taken by the County 4-H Council approved by the 4-H Youth Development Educator. A major violation of the Code of Conduct can include being banned from participation in, or representing the County in 4-H events and activities and forfeiture of 4-H funds. 4-H Parents, Volunteers and/or Youth who do not abide by the above code of conduct may receive the following consequences: Be asked to explain actions to the 4-H Council; be dismissed from an event at own expense; further disciplinary action determined by the 4-H Council, which may include: restriction from contacting 4-H families, volunteers, donors, and/or sponsors pertaining to any 4-H matter, becoming ineligible to attend any further 4-H activities, family may become ineligible to participate in the County 4-H Program, reimburse the proper entity for any property damage or for liability resulting from inappropriate actions. In the case of vandalism, the guilty party may be required to reimburse 4-H and/or the facility. WHAT IS 4-H AGE? Here is how to determine your 4-H age: 4-H Age: The age of the 4-H member before January 1 of the current year. 4-H eligibility is determined based on 4-H age (the age of the member on December 31 of the previous year). If a birthday is on January 1, the 4-H age is the age of the member on December 31. If the member turns eight on January 1, 4-H age is seven. If the member turns nine on January 1, the 4-H age is eight. Clover Kid Eligibility: The first year of eligibility is 4-H age five and the last year of eligibility is 4-H age seven. Regular 4-H Eligibility: The first year of eligibility is 4-H age eight and the last year of eligibility is 4-H age eighteen. Page 6

TENTATIVE FONNER PARK SPECIAL CASH AWARDS BEEF HERDSMANSHIP Showmanship, Jr. Showmanship, Int. Showmanship, Sr. Champion Market Steer Champion Market Heifer Champion Breeding Heifer Champion Cow/Calf Champion Bred/Fed Steer Champion Bred/Fed Heifer Reserve Market Steer Reserve Market Heifer Reserve Breeding Heifer 20 20 20 25 25 25 25 25 25 15 15 15 SHEEP Showmanship, Jr. Showmanship, Int. Showmanship, Sr. Champion Market Lamb Champion Breeding Ewe Champion Bred/Fed Reserve Market Lamb Reserve Breeding Ewe 20 20 20 25 25 25 15 15 SWINE Showmanship, Jr. Showmanship, Int. Showmanship, Sr. Champion Gilt Champion Barrow Reserve Gilt Reserve Barrow 20 20 20 25 25 15 15 MEAT GOAT Showmanship, Jr. Showmanship, Int. Showmanship, Sr. Champion Meat Champion Breeding Reserve Meat Reserve Breeding 20 20 20 25 25 15 15 Champion Reserve 25 20 HORSE Showmanship, Jr A (8-9) Showmanship, Jr B (10-11) Showmanship, Int. Showmanship, Sr. Champion Mare Champion Gelding Reserve Mare Reserve Gelding Horsemanship, Level I Horsemanship, Level II Horsemanship, Level III Horsemanship, Level IV 20 20 20 20 25 25 15 15 15 15 15 15 CAT Showmanship, Jr. Showmanship, Int. Showmanship, Sr. Champion, short hair Champion, long hair 20 20 20 15 15 DOG Showmanship, Jr. Showmanship, Int. Showmanship, Sr. Champion, Division A Obedience Champion, Division B Obedience Champion, Novice Obedience Champ Grad Novice Obedience Champ Open Obedience Champion Agility, Level I Champion Agility, Level II Champion Agility, Level III 20 20 20 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 RABBIT Showmanship, Jr. Showmanship, Int. Showmanship, Sr. Champion Doe Champion Buck Reserve Doe Reserve Buck 15 15 10 10 POULTRY Showmanship, Jr. Showmanship, Int. Showmanship, Sr. Champion Large Fowl Champion Small Fowl Champion Waterfowl 20 20 20 15 15 15 SPEECH Champion Novice Champion Junior Speaker Champion Intermediate Speaker Champion Senior Speaker Champion PSA 15 15 15 15 15 STATE FAIR exhibitors FASHION SHOW 20 each exhibitor DOG 15 each exhibitor POULTRY 15 each exhibitor RABBIT 15 each exhibitor BEEF 30 each exhibitor MEAT GOATS 30 each exhibitor SHEEP 30 each exhibitor 20 20 20 SWINE 30 each exhibitor HORNADY MANUFACTURING SHOOTING SPORTS AWARDS (Tentative) - ARCHERY, BB GUN, RIFLE, SHOTGUN Junior, Intermediate, & Senior age divisions - Champions receive 12 - Reserves receive 8 The following Special awards will be presented (Some awards are tentative): Rudolph & Dolores Kruse Memorial to the Champion Senior Sheep Showman Moss Memorial Jacket to the Champion Senior Beef Showman Dolores Kruse Memorial to the Champion Senior Clothing Exhibitor Champion Bred & Owned Heifer – Rick Schultz Show Cattle Supreme Champion Breeding Heifer – PL Johnson Land & Cattle Reserve Champion Breeding Heifer – Bilslend Cattle Champion Overall Market Beef and Champion Overall Market Swine – Agricultural Service, Inc. Champion Intermediate Sheep Showman – Gruener Family Champion Junior Sheep Showman – J&M Turek Red Angus Champion Round Robin Showmanship – Flagle Trucking, Five Points Bank Horse High Point Buckles – Nova-Tech, Inc., Equine Veterinary Associates, P.C., Platte Valley Home Inspection Champion Senior Model (Silver Tray) – Western Edge Page 7

Premiere 4-H Science Premium: Purple 3.75; Blue 3.25; Red 2.50; White 1.25 # of Entries: One per youth CLASS: X028-001 – Premiere Science Worksheet based on how science is used or linked to your project. General: The exhibit is a worksheet (available at the office or https://hall.unl.edu) brought to the fair on entry day. Pre-enter (with other pre-entries) by June 23. Objective: Recognize 4-H static exhibits incorporating or demonstrating concepts from the areas of 4-H Science. Targeted Curriculum Areas: Animal Science, Communications/Expressive Arts, Consumer & Family Sciences, Environmental Education and Earth Science, Healthy Lifestyles, Leadership & Citizenship, Plant Sciences, Science Engineering & Technology (SET). Judging: see “Premier 4-H Science Award” http://go.unl.edu/puw7 NOTE: If your exhibit (not the worksheet) is selected for State Fair, you may enter the contest on the State level where up to 3 top 4-H science exhibits will be chosen and each will receive a 100 cash award sponsored by the NE 4-H Foundation. Swine, Intermediate 11-13 years Swine, Junior 8-10 years Meat Goat, Senior 14 and older Meat Goat, Intermediate 11-13 years Meat Goat, Junior 8-10 years All Other Goat Breeds (including Dairy), Senior 14 years All Other Goat Breeds (including Dairy), Inter. 11-13 years All Other Goat Breeds (including Dairy), Junior 8-10 years Clover Kid Showmanship: Entries are NOT judged but will receive a special ribbon (no premium money). General Information: The 4-H Clover Kid program is for youth between the ages of 5-7 years old as of Dec. 31, previous year (born 2013-2015). A clover kid may “borrow” an animal from a family member. See the specific specie section for more information. Clover Kid Showmanship Classes Sheep Showmanship Swine Showmanship Meat Goat Showmanship Dairy Goat Showmanship Bucket Calf Herdsmanship, Livestock ANIMAL SCIENCE Showmanship Superintendent: Refer to specific species # of Entries: One per species - (may exhibit in meat goat OR all other goat breeds but not both). Premium: Purple 5; Blue 3.75; Red 2.50; White 1.25 All Shows will be held in the Livestock Arena Swine Show: Thursday, July 22, 8:30 am Meat Goat Show: Thursday, July 22, 2 pm Other Goat Breeds: Thursday, July 22, 3:30 pm Sheep Show: Friday, July 23, 8:30 am Beef Showmanship Show: Friday, July 23, 4 pm Beef Show: Saturday, July 24, 8:30 am General Information: Judging is based on preparation of animals for show, their apparent training and the appearance and behavior of the showman. It is the skill of the showman in presenting the animal before the judge that counts while individual excellence of the animal does not. Showman is required to be in official 4-H dress. Each 4-H livestock exhibitor is eligible to show one entry in each livestock division of the fair. Exhibitors must show their own animal. Classes are divided by the exhibitor's 4-H age (Dec. 31, previous year). *Beef Showmanship is “Blow and Go.” **Bucket calves show in the Bucket Calf class for Showmanship (which is “blow and go” also). Showmanship Classes Beef, Senior 14 years and older Beef, Intermediate 11-13 years Beef, Junior 8-10 years Sheep, Senior 14 years and older Sheep, Intermediate 11-13 years Sheep, Junior 8-10 years Swine, Senior 14 years and older (Beef, Sheep, Swine, Meat Goat, Dairy Goat) Superintendent: Anna Langholz Premium: 1st 25; 2nd 18.75; 3rd 12.50; 4th 6.25 1st through 4th place will be awarded a premium. General Information To be eligible, a club must have at least three exhibitors. Herdsmanship will be judged twice a day during the Fair. Herdsmanship will be judged on the following: Animals clean at all times with grooming apparent. Animals adequately cared for with proper feeding, clean and proper amount of bedding and adequate feeding equipment. Beef animals securely tied with 18 - 20" of lead. Stalls and pens cleaned before 8 am. Trappings and feed area clean and neatly arranged. Grooming areas kept clean. Fork handles and similar equipment kept down. Proper courtesy and conduct shown by exhibitors at all times and places, including recreation areas and show barn. Exhibitors are expected to do the herdsmanship. Exhibitor's share of alley area kept clean. Loose dirt and dust kept under control by sprinkling. Alleys swept and clean by 8 am. Round Robin Showmanship Superintendents: Kelly Johnson, Rick Schultz Contest: Sunday, July 25, 1:00 pm, Livestock Arena. The Contest will consist of five, ten-minute stations (each of the species) plus three minutes in between stations (to allow exhibitors to get to the next station and ready to show). The contest will begin with a livestock production and quality assurance exam for all involved species. Exhibitors will use their own animals unless permission is given by a Round Robin Superintendent or Extension Staff. General Information: The contest will consist of ten exhibitors, two from each of the following senior showmanship areas: beef, sheep, swine, meat goat, horse. The contest gives 4-H exhibitors a chance to learn about other species of livestock and develop camaraderie and dialogue between exhibitors of different livestock species. The hope is that the showmen will take the time to learn about the other species they will show in Page 8

the round robin. Their knowledge will be tested through an exam that will factor into their final score. Judging will be based on ring etiquette, awareness of the judge, answering judge’s questions, ability to follow instruction, and appearance in the ring. Choosing Exhibitors: Senior showmen will be chosen through their respective livestock showmanship classes. The senior champion and reserve showman are eligible for the round robin competition. If a senior showmanship winner does not wish to participate in round robin, the third place senior winner will be asked to participate. If the third place winner declines, the champion intermediate showman will be invited to participate. If an exhibitor wins or receives a reserve place in more than one species showmanship class, they will choose the species they would like to represent. In this instance, another exhibitor will be chosen for the area(s) in the same manner as if an exhibitor would turn down the opportunity. Once an exhibitor wins a round robin contest, they are not eligible to compete in the round robin again. The winner will represent Hall County in the State Fair Elite Showman Contest. Bucket Calf Superintendent: # of Entries: One per exhibitor Premium: Purple 6.25; Blue 5; Red 3.75; White - 2.50 Show: Friday, July 23, 2 pm, Livestock Arena General Information: A bucket calf (born before May 1, current year) is an orphan or newborn calf, male or female, dairy, beef or cross, fed on a bucket or bottle. Turn in Record Book when the calf is entered at the fairgrounds. Classes are divided by age of 4-H members. If number warrants, classes may be further split according to member age. All calves must be halter broke and stall tied. Clipping and extra show equipment is not consistent with the intent and purpose of this department. Judging steps: 1) record book will be scored; 2) showmanship contest; 3) interview during showmanship. Calves are judged on: Showmanship 50 points, exhibitor's appearance and attitude, calf washed and combed, response of calf to exhibitor, response of exhibitor to judge or ringman Record Book 25 points Interview, courtesy toward other exhibitors 25 points Knowledge of subject, response to questions Speaking loudly and clearly when answering questions. Bucket calves must stay on the grounds until the release of all animals. Bucket Calf Classes Junior – 8-10 years (4-H age) Intermediate – 11-13 years (4-H age) Senior – 14 years and older (4-H age) Clover Kid Class (born 2013-2015) Bucket Calf Beef Superintendents: Scott Bilslend, Monte Moss # of Entries: Two market beef, two breeding heifers, two feeder calves Premium: Purple 11; Blue 9; Red 7; White 5 Show: Saturday, July 24, 8:30 am, Livestock Arena General Information: Market beef and breeding heifers must be shown by the exhibitor unless excused by the superintendent. Heifers must be registered with proof of identification and registration provided prior to the show to be eligible for the registered breeding heifer class. Market heifers that have calved prior to show date are not consistent with the intent and purpose of this show and therefore not eligible to be shown at the Hall County Fair. Eligibility of market beef animals because of age was determined when tagged prior to April 1. All market beef accepted without provision at time of market beef identification are eligible. If market animal was accepted on a provisional basis, the animal must meet the following teeth requirements: The two center temporary incisor teeth may be replaced by permanent incisors. The remaining six temporary incisors must be in place. Market beef classes will be shown by weight. Heifers must weigh 850 and steers 900 pounds at entry time to be considered as market beef. Lighter weight beef will be eligible for pre-market class exhibit, but will not be sold in the 4-H sale. No re-weighs permitted. Grooming of Livestock – All Beef Shows will be “Blow and Go.” Animals may be clipped, blown, brushed or combed to enhance their appearance. Guidelines for the “Blow and Go” show: All animals will be shown free of any adhesive, glue, paint or powder products. Any compounds that have adhesive qualities that when applied cannot be combed or brushed through, or alter the color of the animal are forbidden. Alcohol, water, oil, foam or any water or alcohol-based products with no adhesives or glue qualities, or artificial colorings are permitted. Feeder calves must be born during the current year but before June 1. Feeder calves will be exhibited and released the same day. For County Fair the calf may be purchased or raised, and must be tagged and identified by June 15. In the cow/calf class the calf ma

HALL COUNTY FAIR RULES 1 The Board of Directors of the Hall County Agricultural Association (Hall County Fair Board) assumes no responsibility for any personal injury that may occur to those exhibiting or attending the 4-H Fair. 2 The Hall County Fair Board will assume responsibility for the conduct and management of the 4-H Fair.

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