DEPARTMENT 215 -
CLASS E - CHAROLAIS
NO ANIMALS WILL BE ADMITTED TO THE
WITHOUT HEALTH PAPERS
OPEN COMPETITION ENTRY
DEADLINE AUGUST 5th
Entry & Exhibitor Ticket Fees must
accompany Entry Form.
Judging, Tuesday, August 21st, 3:30 p.m.
Total Premium Offered Appalachian Fair $6,433.00
A SUPREME CHAMPION FEMALE AND SUPREME
CHAMPIONBULL will be chosen at the conclusion of
the show and BANNERS awarded. All breed
champions females and bulls competing
JACKPOT ADULT SHOWMANSHIP CONTEST
7:00 p.m. Monday, August 20TH
Open to adults not eligible for Jr. Show
Entry fee - $10 accepted at time of check in.
Jackpot money goes to the winner! See rules pg.
Livestock must wash in the designated wash area.
I. Application for entry must be made to the
Fair Office on regulation entry blanks furnished
by the Appalachian Fair. Application for
reservations will be accepted through August 5.
Cattle will be admitted after 12 Noon on
Saturday, August 18th, and must be in place by
12 Noon Monday, August 20th. Cattle
released Wednesday night between 9 p.m. and
2. Fees: All entries are $7 per head. If space
is available, additional tie space can be
purchased at $7 per space.
All exhibitors and herdsmen must purchase
exhibitor's tickets. These tickets are limited
to the exhibitor's ticket per exhibitor, except
exhibitor may purchase one ticket for each three
additional head of cattle entered. These
exhibitor tickets are $8 each. If more than the
allotted amount of tickets are needed, three day
season passes will be available at a charge of
$18 each. Fees may be paid by check, cash or
credit card and must accompany entry form. Fees
are non-refundable. Checks should be made out to
the Appalachian Fair. Only one vehicle pass per
trailer. Exhibitor must park vehicles in
designated area across from Gate 3.
3. All Animals eligible for an Open Charolais
Breeding Class must be purebred and registered
with AICA. Only Bona Fide (original)
certificates of registration will be accepted as
evidence of registration and ownership; NO
4. An animal is eligible to enter or
compete in an open Charolais breeding class if
registered in country of origin outside the
United States and is eligible for purebred
registry in the AICA Herdbook.
5. Animals registered in the AICA Colored
Division Registry (QF and QM initialed
registration numbers) must meet the parameters
of the AICA Color Card.
6. All animals to be eligible may be approved by
a sifting committee designated by the AICA.
Stall space will not be provided for any
Charolais cattle that have not been accepted by
the sifting committee
7. All animals are subject to a medical
examination in order to determine age, and each
animal will be present in the show ring in its
natural conformation without alteration or
modification. Use of artificial tailheads
is not permitted.
8. Any animal not having a legible tattoo
or firebrand number is ineligible and will be
bared from showing.
9. Bulls from classes 36, 37, 40, 41, and
42 must have a valid, satisfactory semen test
certificate in possession. This
certificate is valid for the entire show season.
10. All animals shown in individual
classes must be weaned, with the exception of
the Cow-Calf Class and calves at the side of
females calved after September 1, 2010.
Calves at side must be purebred and registered
with the AICA. Females calved after
September 1, 2010, must show in individual
female class appropriate to age. Nurse
cows are not permitted.
11. All females 20 months and older
exhibited at AICA sanctioned shows must be
accompanied by a certificate of pregnancy from a
licensed veterinarian or have produced fertile
eggs as certified in a written statement by a
licensed veterinarian or embryologist or have a
calf at side.
AICA requires that all animals be shown with a
halter and suggest that all bulls be shown with
a nose lead.
ALL EXHIBITS OF CHAROLAIS BREEDING CATTLE SHALL
BE GOVERENED BY THE AICA RULES AND REGULATIONS,
ARTICLE XV, TITLED EXHIBITION OF ANIMALS.
THE INSPECTION OF EXHIBIT CATTLE IS SPECIFIED IN
ARTICLE XV, PARAGRAPH C, OF THE ASSOCIATION
RULES AND REGULATIONS AND NON-COOMPLIANCE OF
EXHIBIT INSPECTION IS SPECIFIED IN PARAGRAPH D
OF THE SAME ARTICLE XV.
ARTICLE XV, PARAGRAPH B, POINT 2: "Each
animal will be presented in its natural
conformation and structure without alteration or
modification. Alteration or modification
shall be defined to include any surgical,
chemical, electrical or other (including banding
or other circulatory constriction) appearance
change for cosmetic purpose, save only branding,
tattooing, foot trimming or dehorning. The
act of artificially filling animals internally,
which would include stomach pumping, drench
tubes, or any other method per os (by esophagus)
is prohibited. Anabolic steroid use shall
likewise be prohibited and any animal testing
positive for anabolic steroid or diuretic use
shall be presumed to be altered and modified."
Effective October 22, 2004, at any
American-International Charolais Association
(AICA) sanctioned show (including shows
receiving AICA premium funding and/or qualifying
as a Roll of Excellence Show), the use of a
coloring agent, flock and powder is prohibited.
Use of these products will result in the
immediate disqualification of a given animal at
ALL RULES OF SHOW APPLY
EXHIBITORS MUST PROVIDE THEIR OWN