JUNIOR DAIRY CATTLE DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT 251 -
CLASS A - JERSEY
DEPARTMENT 252 - CLASS B - GUERNSEY
DEPARTMENT 253 - CLASS C - HOLSTEIN
PREMIUM OFFERED EACH BREED $3,962.00
NO ANIMALS WILL BE ADMITTED TO THE
WITHOUT HEALTH PAPERS
ENTRY DEADLINE AUGUST 5
Use Entry form in center of catalog & mail to
Judging: Saturday, Aug. 25th
Little Britches - 1:00 P.M.
Heifers Judged Following Showmanship
Cows Judged Following Heifers
Livestock must be washed in the Designated wash
This show is also open to out-of-state Junior
4-H and Vocational Agriculture students.
Junior show will now include ages under
4th grade and 9 years of age. The child
MUST be able to lead the animal & control the
animal in the ring WITHOUT any assistance.
PLAQUES FOR RESERVE & GRAND CHAMPIONS
PRESENTED BY WASHINGTON CO. & GREENE CO. CO-OPS
1. Exhibition in this show is strictly confined
to 4-H Dairy Club members and Vocational
Agricultural students who were enrolled in the
fourth grade on January 1 of the current
calendar year and will become ineligible at the
end of the calendar year following their
graduation from high school or upon the members
20th birthday whichever comes first. The
exhibitors shall be under the supervision of an
Extension Leader or Agent, or a teacher of
Vocational Agriculture and shall be required to
comply with all rules of the show.
2. All animals exhibited must meet health
requirements of the Fair.
3. No entry fee will be charged for the Junior
Show. If Junior exhibitors desire to show in the
Open Show, regular entry fees must be paid and
other requirements must be met.
4. Only animals officially recorded in the name
of the exhibitor before July I may be shown, and
the registration certificate of each animal
shall be submitted to the Chairperson of this
All animals must be registered. Application for
registration or transfer will not be accepted.
No joint ownership will be accepted.
Lease contracts will be accepted provided they
are presented at the time of entry, and
providing they were legally entered into on or
before July 1 prior to show. Leased animal will
not be eligible to show in the Senior
5. Same lot substitutions will be accepted for
an additional entry fee at time of check in.
6. Ages of all animals will be determined from
January 1 and July 1.
7. Feed and bedding must be furnished by the
exhibitors and the animals kept in place
8. Absolutely no Dairy Cattle or tack will be
admitted to the fairgrounds until after 2:00
a.m. Thursday morning. The barns must be cleaned
before admitting cattle. Cattle must be in place
and registered with the livestock secretary by
1:00 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 23rd.
9. A County group will consist of five animals
of the same breed owned by five different
members from one county. A member may show in
only one group per breed.
10. The American Guernsey Cattle Club, the
Holstein-Friesian Association of America and the
American Jersey Cattle Club will award ribbons
for the first places in each class and Grand
11. Exhibitors must comply with Rules and
Regulations of the Tennessee Department of
Agriculture and to our General Rules.
Approximately $4000.00 will be available for
premiums in this show to be paid by the fair.
Cows will receive approximately one-third more
than heifers. Animals will not be grouped, but
will all be considered in one group for the
purpose of allocating the premiums, and will be
placed with the first five animals in each class
receiving the following additional prizes: (All
animals deemed worthy by the Judge will receive
a blue participant's ribbon and the equivalent
of 6th place premium.)
6th & lower
LOT (PREMIUM SCALE)
1. Junior Calves - after Mar.1, 2012 but at
least 4 mo. old at show time (A)
2. Intermediate Heifer Calves - Dec.1, 2011 -
Feb. 29, 2012 (A)
3. Senior Heifer Calves - Sept. 1 - Nov. 30,
4. Summer Calves - June 1 - Aug. 31, 2011 (A)
5. Junior Yearlings - Mar. 1 - May 31, 2011 (A)
6. Intermediate Yearlings - Dec. 1, 2009 -
Feb. 28, 2011 (A)
7. Senior Yearlings - Sept. 1 - Nov. 30, 2010
8. Junior Champion from Lots 1-7 ROSETTE & $5.00
9. Reserve Junior Champion from Lots 1-7 ROSETTE
10. Best Heifer Bred by Exhibitor from
Lots 1-7 BANNER
11. Junior 2 yrs. old - Mar. 1 - Aug. 31,
12. Senior 2 yrs. old - Sept. 1, 2009 - Feb. 28,
13. Three year old cows - Sept. 2008 - Aug 31,
14. Four year old cows - Sept. 2007 - Aug 31,
15. Aged Cows: Five years and older - born
before Sept. 2007 (B)
16. Senior Champion (Lots 11-15) ROSETTE & $5.00
17. Reserve Senior Champion (Lots 11-15) ROSETTE
18. Grand Champion ROSETTE
19. Best Cow Bred by Exhibitor (Lots
20. Reserve Grand Champion ROSETTE
SHOWMANSHIP & COUNTY GROUPS
Beginners, Junior & Junior High - 9:00 a.m.,
Saturday, August 25th
Showmanship will follow the showing of the
1. Showmanship for beginners - only those
exhibitors showing dairy animals for the
first year are eligible. $8, $7, $6, $5, $3.
Exhibitors must own the animals shown in
Showmanship Classes for Juniors (Grades 4, 5, &
6) Junior High (Grades 7, 8, & 9) & Seniors
(Grades 11 & 12)
(Senior Showmanship will follow the showing of
A scholarship will be awarded to the
Senior Showmanship winner in the Jr. Dairy Show.
The amount will be based on sponsorship monies
available on the day of the show. This
scholarship presented by local Agriculture
businesses and Junior Livestock Supporters.
Scholarship money must be claimed within two
years of graduating High School.
2. County Group to consist of five animals owned
by five different 4-H members or Vo-Ag students
from a county. The groups will be placed by the
judge and all groups deemed worthy will receive
an award on the basis of the following zones.
||7th - 10th
Zone I - $60.00 - Washington Co., Carter Co.,
Sullivan Co., Greene Co., Unicoi Co.,
Johnson Co., Hawkins Co.
Zone II - $70.00 - Cocke Co., Hamblen Co., Knox
Co., Claiborne Co., Hancock Co.,
Jefferson Co., Grainger Co., Sevier Co.
Zone III - $80.00 - Counties outside of Zone I &
LITTLE BRITCHES CONTEST
SATURDAY, AUGUST 25th, 1 :00 p.m.
COORDINATOR: AMY COLLETTE - 257-2919
All entries taken the day of the show.
1. Classes will be open to any child (8) years
old (not yet a member of 4-H or eligible for the
Junior Show) and younger, showing calves six
months and younger.
2. Calves need not be registered but must be a
pure-bred dairy animal.
3. Calves need not be owned by children
exhibiting them; however, each exhibitor should
make his own arrangements for a calf.
4. Calves may be brought to fairgrounds day of
the show and removed the same day. Calves must
enter and leave at Gate 3. All calves being
dismissed should leave grounds by 6:00 p.m.
5. No one, other than those designated by the
chairperson, will be allowed in the show ring at
the time of the judging. This rule will be
CLASS I - Children ages 2 and younger
CLASS II - Children ages 3, 4 and 5
CLASS III -
Children ages 6, 7, and 8
All entries will receive a participation ribbon
and a trophy
1st and 2nd place winners will receive a Rosette
and a Plaque.