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Chianina & Chiangus Shows & Jr. Show

Check-In Deadline: Saturday, August 20 @ 3:00 pm
Show Time: Saturday, August 20 @ 6:00 pm

Pre-Registration Entry Fee: $10.00/per animal (non-refundable) Pre-register by July 30

Registration Fee Day of Show: $20.00/per animal

Bedding will be furnished in the barn. NO STRAW WILL BE ALLOWED

PREMIUMS: 1st - $100 ~ 2nd - $80 ~ 3rd - $60 ~ 4th - $50 ~ 5th - $40

Champion - $200

Reserve Champion - $150

GENERAL RULES

  • There will only be room in the barn for cattle on the day they are to show. For any exceptions, please contact Quintin Smith (615)207-0830
  • Any breed that has 20 head or more pre-registered in the show will have a division for that breed.
  • Any breed not listed will show on Friday night.
  • Tennessee Health Requirements apply to all cattle.
  • Unruly animals may be excused from the show ring by the Judge or Show Chairman.
  • Show cattle should be on grounds three hours before show time.
  • Trucks and trailers shall park in designated areas after unloading. NO PARKING AROUND BARNS
  • All cattle must be registered with their respective breed association.
  • Livestock trailers should enter through the Tennessee Blvd. entrance.
  • Showmanship classes - Heifers Only.
  • TN Junior Shows and Junior Open Shows will run with the Open Show of each breed with the exception of Herefords
  • You can only show in one show -You may NOT show the same animal in more than one show. An animal may be shown in its breed, show as an AOB or commercial but not all three. ONLY ONE SHOW.
  • Animals must remain in barn or designated tie areas NOT on trailers unless Chairman grants permission.

Open Show Rules

  1. Only active members and active junior members of the American Chianina Assn. are eligible to show and/or receive premium monies provided by the ACA. Membership may be obtained by writing to the American Chianina Assn., PO Box 890, Platte City, MO 64079 or by phoning (816)431-2808.
  2. All cattle entered MUST BE REGISTERED IN THE AMERICAN CHIANINA HERD BOOK. Cattle may NOT be shown with an application for registration.
  3. Original registration certificates MUST BE PRESENTED TO THE SUPERINTENDENT AT THE SHOW. All tattoos will be read and must agree with the registration certificate. Any animal not having a legible tattoo, or a tattoo not corresponding with its registration certificate will be ineligible to compete and will be barred from showing.
  4. The surgical and non-surgical alteration of conformation of an animal is prohibited. This includes altering the conformation by typing up the dewlap, brisket, sheath or navel. Cattle are to be shown in their natural conformation. No altering of the heads or removal of scurs from Chiangus cattle is permitted. If a Chiangus head has been altered in any way, that animal is not eligible to show as a Chiangus.
  5. *All horned Chianina must be dehorned prior to being shown.
  6. *The use of false tail heads is prohibited. *The addition of hair, or any similar substance, to any part of an animal's body is prohibited. *Dyeing or artificially changing the color of an animal is prohibited. Coloring agents, except powders, may be used on the legs and tail switches. No coloring agent may be used above the animal's flank. No powder of any kind or color may be used on any part of the animal.
  7. All Chianina bulls one year of age or older must have a permanent nose ring with a lead attached to the ring.
  8. All cattle will be made available for a veterinary examination to determine the presence of altering and/or determination of horns or scurs. All cattle will be made available for a veterinary examination to be mouthed. Exhibitor agrees to abide by the determinations of the examining veterinarian(s).
  9. By entering cattle in any show, the exhibitor agrees to abide by all show rules. The final interpretation of all show rules will be made by the officals of the American Chianina Associatoin and their decision will be final.

Junior Show Rules

  1. The Junior Open Beef Show(s) will run simultaneously with the Open Breed Show(s)
  2. The animal entered in the Junior Show must also be entered in the Open Show.
  3. Only a 4-H, FFA, or Junior Breed Association member may exhibit animals in this show. The junior exhibitor must show their own animal(s). If a junior exhibitor has more than one animal in any one class, the exhibitor can have another junior exhibitor show that second animal.
  4. This junior show will be governed by the National Breed and Junior Associations Rules and Regulations
  5. All animals/embryos exhibited must have been recorded, registered or transferred in the exhibitor's name on or before August 10th of the current year.
  6. Cow/Calf Classes will not compete for the Grand and Reserve Grand Champion Female of the junior show.
  7. No exhibitor shall be permitted to win more than two prizes in any one class.
  8. Ribbons will be awarded for the first five placings. Rosettes will be awarded for the Grand and Reserve Grand Champion Female.
  9. All decisions by the beef department head regarding eligibility in the Junior Show(s) are final.

Open & Junior Show

Class 01 - Junior Heifer Calf - calved after March 1, 2022
Class 02 - Junior Heifer Calf - calved Jan. 1 - Feb. 28, 2022
Class 03 - Junior Heifer Calves Champion (1,2)
Class 04 - Reserve Junior Heifer Calf Champion (1,2)
Class 05 - Late Senior Heifer Calf - calved Nov. 1 - Dec. 31, 2021
Class 06 - Early Senior Heifer Calf - calved Sept. 1 - Oct. 31, 2021
Class 07 - Senior Heifer Calf Champion (5,6)
Class 08 - Reserve Senior Heifer Calf Champion (5,6)
Class 09 - Late Summer Yearling Heifers born July 1 - Aug. 31, 2021
Class 10 - Early Summer Yearling Heifers born May 1 - June 30, 2021
Class 11 - Intermediate Champion (9,10)
Class 12 - Reserve Intermediate Champion (9,10)
Class 13 - April Junior Yearling Heifers - calved April 1 - April 30, 2021
Class 14 - March Junior Yearling Heifers - calved March 1 - March 31, 2021
Class 15 - Early Junior Yearling Heifers - calved Jan. 1 - Feb 28, 2021
Class 16 - Junior Champion Female (13,14,15)
Class 17 - Reserve Junior Champion Female (13,14,15)
Class 18 - Late Senior Yearling Females - calved Nov 1-Dec 31, 2020
Class 19 - Early Senior Yearling Females - calved Sept 1 - Oct 31, 2020
Class 20 - Senior Champion Female (18,19)
Class 21 - Reserve Senior Champion Female (18,19)
Class 22 - Grand Champion Female (3,7,11,16,20)
Class 23 - Reserve Grand Champion Female (3,4,7,8,11,12,16,17,20,21)

Open Show Only

Class 24 - Junior Bull Calves -calved March 1, 2022 and after
Class 25 - Junior Bull Calf - calved Jan 1, - Feb 28, 2021
Class 26 - Junior Bull Calf Champion (24,25)
Class 27 - Reserve Junior Bull Calf Champion (24,25)
Class 28 - Late Senior Bull Calf - calved Nov 1-Dec 31, 2021
Class 29 - Early Senior Bull Calves - calved Sept 1 - Oct 31,2021
Class 30 - Senior Bull Calf Champions (28,29)
Class 31 - Reserve Senior Bull Calf Champion (28,29)
Class 32 - Late Summer Yearling Bulls - calved July 1, Aug 31, 2021
Class 33 - Early Summer Yearling Bulls - calved May 1-June 30, 2021
Class 34 - Intermediate Champion Bull (32,33)
Class 35 - Reserve Intermediate Champion Bull (32,33)
Class 36 - April Junior Yearling Bulls - calved April 1 - April 30, 2021
Class 37 - March Junior Yearling Bulls - calved March 1 - March 31, 2021
Class 38 - Early Junior Yearling Bulls - calved Jan 1 - Feb 28, 2021
Class 39 - Junior Champion Bull (36,37,38)
Class 40 - Reserve Junior Champion Bull (36,37,38)
Class 41 - Senior Yearling Bulls - calved Sept 1 - Dec 31, 2020
Class 42 - Summer Senior Yearling Bulls - calved May 1-Aug 31, 2020
Class 43 - Two Year Old Bulls - calved Jan 1-April 30, 2020
Class 44 - Senior Champion Bull (41,42,43)
Class 45 - Reserve Senior Champion Bull (41,42,43)
Class 46 - Grand Champion Bull (26,30,34,39,44)
Class 47 - Reserve Grand Champion Bull (26,27,30,31,34,35,39,40,44,45)
Class 48 - Get of Sire - 4 animals by one sire, both sexes represented
Class 49 - Junior Get-of-Sire - 3 animals by one sire, both sexes represented, shown in Cls 1, 2, 5, 6, 9, 10, 24, 25, 28, 29, 32 and 33
Class 50 - Produce of Dame - 2 offspring, the produce of one cow within the age limits of individual Classes and must have been exhibited in their respective Divisions.
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