Junior Open and 4-H Central Region Dairy Cattle Show
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Junior Open and 4-H Central Region Dairy Cattle Show

Date of Show: Wednesday, August 18 *Champion of Champions will follow after the show
Time of Show: 3 p.m.
Location: Q Barn

Information for Competitors

We encourage you to have your animals show ready as possible before the show.

Cattle Trailers enter at Tennessee Blvd Checkerboard Gate.

Tennessee Health Requirements Apply to ALL Cattle

Judge: TBA

SHOW CHAIRMAN:

Jared Major - 615-210-3207

Diane Major - 615-210-0717

Jonathan Johns, 4-H Show Chairman, (931)967-2741, jjohns5@utk.edu (for all 4-H Central Region Show questions)

Pre-Entry for 4-H Show is required through local 4-H agent.
Please refer to the State 4-H Dairy Show rules posted on the UT Animal Science website

PRIZE MONEY
HEIFER CLASSES
1st - $80.00 • 2nd - $65.00 • 3rd - $50.00 • 4th - $40.00 • 5th - $30.00COW CLASSES
1st - $100.00 • 2nd - $80.00 • 3rd - $60.00 • 4th - $50.00 • 5th - $40.00

Grand Champion • $200 ~ Reserve Grand Champion • $150.00

LOT

  1. Junior Heifer Calf - March 1, 2021 - May 31, 2021
  2. Intermediate Calf - December 1, 2020 - February 28, 2021
  3. Senior Calf - September 1, 2020 - November 30, 2020
  4. Summer Yearling - June 1, 2020 - August 31, 2020
  5. Jr. Yearling - March 1, 2020 - May 31, 2020
  6. Intermediate Yearling - December 1, 2019 - February 29, 2020
  7. Senior Yearling - September 1, 2019 - November 30, 2019
  8. Jr. Champion - Chosen from 7 Classes Above (Rosettes)
  9. Reserve Jr. Champion - Chosen from 7 Classes Above (Rosettes)
  10. Yearling in Milk-born after September 1, 2019
  11. Jr. 2 Year Old - March 1, 2019 - August 31, 2019
  12. Senior 2 Year Old - September 1, 2018 - February 28, 2019
  13. 3 Year Old - September 1, 2017 - August 31, 2018
  14. 4 Year Old - September 1, 2016 - August 31, 2017
  15. Aged Cow - Born Prior to September 1, 2016
  16. Senior Champion - Chosen from 6 Classes Above (Rosette)
  17. Reserve Sr. Champion - Chosen from 6 Classes Above (Rosette)
  18. Grand Champion - Chosen from Jr. & Sr. Champion (Rosette)
  19. Reserve Grand Champion - Chosen from Jr. and Sr. Champion (Rosette)

Registration papers will be checked

All animals must be recently clipped
Chairman reserves right to refuse entry

All Livestock Exhibitors* and Drivers of Vehicles Transporting Livestock Will be admitted FREE. (*An Exhibitor is defined as the person who attends the animal in the show ring.) All others must pay regular Fair Admission.

Announcements made the night of the event supersede all previous announcements.

Rules

1. Competition is open to anyone up to 19 years of age on the date of the Show. Junior exhibitors must show proof of age, such as a driver's license, birth certificate, or other ID showing date of birth.
2. Only animals officially recorded in the name of the exhibitor prior to July 1 may be shown, and the registration certificate shall be submitted to the Department Head of the show. All animals must be registered or recorded with their respective breed organizations. Animals must be registered solely in the name of the junior exhibitor, or in a partnership. A partnership may include other juniors, adults, or a farm. Animals will be eligible, as long as the junior's name is included in this partnership. In the case of multiple juniors in a partnership, the junior showing the animal will be designated at the time entries are made.
3. All animals must comply with the health provision prescribed by the Tennessee Department of Agriculture, Division of Animal Industries published in the fair catalog and located at https://www.wilsoncountyfair.net/p/competitions-ex...
4. Junior exhibitors must show their own animals; eight years olds must be able to show their animals without assistance. In some instances, substitute show persons may be allowed with the approval of the Dairy Department Head. No Adult will be allowed to assist a child during the show, adult assistance will disqualify a junior exhibitor.
5. Junior exhibitors can show six (6) animals per breed that are not bred by the exhibitor.
6. Exhibitors must furnish their own feed, bedding and equipment and all animals must be kept in the place assigned by the Dairy Department Head.
7. The signature of a parent or guardian of the Junior exhibitor is required on the entry form before entries are accepted. Entries will not be accepted without the signature.

Junior Dairy Champion of Champions

Wednesday, August 18 immediately following Junior Show.
1. This is junior show only, for Tennessee exhibitors only. The judge will select a Tennessee Champion from all the breeds judged during the Junior Dairy Open Show to be named the Tennessee State Fair Champion of Champions or Junior Champion of Champions.
2. Exhibitor must be between the age of eight and nineteen years of age on the date of the show. If asked by show management, junior must be able to show proof of age, such as a driver's license, birth certificate, or other ID showing date of birth.
3. Junior exhibitors must show their own animals; eight years olds must be able to show their animals without assistance. In some instances, substitute show persons may be allowed with the approval of the Dairy Department Head. No Adult will be allowed to assist a child during the show, adult assistance will disqualify a junior exhibitor.
4. The youth exhibitor will be required to wear a white shirt, white pants and shoes/boots (NO tennis shoes or sandals). NO caps or hats. NOt wearing the above attire is disqualification.
5. The youth will be judged on their showmanship and handling of their animal in the ring.
6. Only animals officially recorded in the name of the exhibitor prior to July 1 may be shown, the registration certificate shall be submitted to the Department Head of the show. All animals must be registered, leased or recorded with their respective breed organizations. Animals must be registered solely in the name of the junior exhibitor, or in a partnership, the junior showing the animal will be designated at the time entries are made. Lease will be be accepted/honored.
7. Animals MUST follow the "Tennessee Department of Agriculture Rules and Regulations"
8. The judge will select a Tennessee breed champion from those shown in the Junior Open Shows. Once the 6 breed champions have been selected, the judge will select 1 winner, which will receive the title of the Tennessee State Fair Junior Dairy "Champion of Champions" or "Junior Champion of Champions".
9. Rules for Judging: The Judge's decision is final.

Champion of Champions
Champion $500.00 ~ Reserve Champion $400.00 ~ 3rd-6th $100.00

1. Ayrshire
2. Brown Swiss
3. Guernsey
4. Holstein
5. Jersey
6. Champion of Champions

Junior Champion of Champions
Champion $500.00 ! Reserve Champion $400.00 ~ 3rd-6th $100.00

1. Ayrshire
2. Brown Swiss
3. Guernsey
4. Holstein
5. Jersey
6. Junior Champion of Champions
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