DEPARTMENT 249 -
JUNIOR COMMERCIAL BEEF
1. Competition open to any
4-H or FFA member.
Members are required to have been enrolled in
the fourth school grade on January 1 of the
current calendar year in order to be eligible to
exhibit their animals in this show and will
become ineligible at the end of the calendar
year following graduation from high school. If
question arises, junior exhibitors must show
proof of age, such as a driver's license.
Exhibitors must be under the supervision of an
Extension Leader or Agent, or a leader of
Vocational Agriculture and shall be required to
comply with all rules of the show.
2. Exhibitor must fill out an entry form
on-line or supplied by the Appalachian Fair stating the
number of heifers the exhibitor plans to show.
You may enter on-line at
www.appalachianfair.com. Entry forms may be
copied. The heifers will be
measured and classified after arrival.
3. Non-registered beef heifers or any breed or
combination of beef breeds may exhibit.
Requirements for this class are:
a. Heifers must have their "milk teeth" and be weaned.
b. Heifers must either be polled or dehorned
c. Heifers will be assigned to lots based on hip height
d. Heifers shown in this class are not eligible to show in
the Registered Show.
4. Animals must be in place by 8:00 a.m.
Monday, August 19th. Animals will be
measured 9:00 a.m. Monday, August 19th. All
cattle must conform to health rules and
regulations as outlined and required by the
Division of Animal Disease Control.
PREMIUMS PAID FOR EACH CLASS:
A Grand Champion & Reserve Grand Champion will
be selected from first place winners and