Department M – Small Stock

Sub-Classes for Department M

  1. Child, 5 – 11 years
  2. Youth, 12 – 18 years
  3. Adult, 19 – 59 years
  4. Senior, 60+ years
  5. People with Disabilities

Poultry

Notice to poultry exhibitors:

  1. All poultry is due on Tuesday, September 12, 2017, between 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.   Weigh-ins will take place at check-in, no exceptions.
  2. All poultry must be banded with a numbered leg band.
  3. The Fair reserves the right to limit the number of entries per exhibitor if cages are not available.
  4. Navajo County Fair will provide all feed, water and bedding while animals are at the fair.
  5. There will be a $3 entry per animal. All exhibitors must pay this fee.
  6. All entries must be bona fide property of the exhibitor.
  7. No diseased and/or unsightly animals will be shown.
  8. The fair will exercise very reasonable care in feeding and handling on your entries but assume no responsibility for damage or loss.
  9. An exhibitor may enter more than one entry in each class, provided each entry is a different breed/gender. Breed names must be identified on entry form.

Premiums: First $5; Second $3; Third $1; Special $5

Standard Chickens

The following class numbers apply to Divisions 2101 through 2114.

Class/Description

  1. Old cock, over 1 year
  2. Old hen, over 1 year
  3. Young cock (cockerel), under 1 year
  4. Young hen (pullet), under 1 year
  5. Old trio, over 1 year
  6. Young trio, under 1 year

Division/Description

2101. American Class

2102. Asiatic Class

2103. English Class

2104. Mediterranean Class

2105. Continental Class

2106. All Other Standard Breeds

Bantams

Division/Description

2110. Game Class

2111. Single Comb Clean Legged

2112. Rosecomb Clean Legged

2113. All Other Clean Legged

2114. Feather Legged

Division 2120 – Turkey Heritage Breed

Class/Description

  1. Old hen turkey, over 1 year
  2. Old tom turkey
  3. Young hen turkey, under 1 year
  4. Young tom turkey, under 1 year

Duck

Class/Description

  1. Old hen, over 1 year
  2. Old drake, over 1 year
  3. Young hen, under 1 year
  4. Young drake, under 1 year

Division/Description

2125 – Heavy Weight

2126 – Medium Weight

2127 – Light Weight

2128 – Runner

2129 – Bantam

Geese

Class/Description

  1. Old goose, over 1 year
  2. Old gander, over 1 year
  3. Young goose, less than 1 year
  4. Young gander, under 1 year

Division/Description

2135 – Heavy Weight

2136 – Medium Weight

2137 – Light Weight

Division 2140 – Guinea Fowl

Class/Description

  1. Guinea hen, all ages
  2. Guinea cock, all ages

The following class numbers apply to Division 2145 through 2149.

Class/Description

  1. Hen, over 1 year
  2. Cock, over 1 year
  3. Young hen, under 1 year
  4. Young cock, under 1 year

Division/Description

2145. Pigeons, Fancy

2146. Pigeons, Flying

2147. Pigeon, Utility

2148. Game Birds

2149. Any Other Fowl

Division 2150 – Pee Wee Showmanship

Showmanship will be at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Meat Pens

Raise 3 live chickens from day-old chicks to 7 or 8 weeks old. Meat pens should be uniform in appearance and size. Fryers should weigh 3 ½ to 4 ½ pounds each. Broilers should weigh 4 ½ to 6 pounds each. If one of the three fryers/broilers is over or under weight, the entire pen will be eliminated. Turkeys must be BB White or BB Bronze variety, minimum of 15 pounds and less than 9 months of age. One entry per exhibitor.

Premiums: First $5; Second $3; Third $1; Special $5

Class/Description

2155. Fryers, pen of 3

2156. Broilers, pen of 3

2157. Turkeys

Division 2160 – Eggs

Premiums: First $3; Second $2; Third $1; Special $3

Class/Description

  1. White, 6
  2. Brown, 6
  3. Any other, 6

Rabbits

Notice to rabbit exhibitors:

  1. All rabbits are due on Tuesday, September 12, 2017, between 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.
  2. This show will be governed by the latest rules of the American Rabbit Breeders Association. All prizes will be awarded strictly in accordance with the American Standard of Perfection. The judge’s decision will be final.
  3. The Fair board and Superintendents reserve the right to limit the number of animals per exhibitor if the cages are not available.
  4. All animals must have a legible tattoo mark in the left ear. Cavies may be marked with tabs.
  5. There will be a $3 fee charged per animal. All exhibitors must pay this fee in order to exhibit.
  6. The fair will exercise very reasonable care in feeding and handling of your entries but assumes no responsibility for damages or loss. All entries must be the bona fide property of the exhibitor.
  7. All entries must be the bona fide property of the exhibitor.
  8. No diseased or unsightly animals will be shown.
  9. Rabbits in fur division must be entered and compete in a regular division.
  10. One entry per class per exhibitor. NO EXCEPTIONS!
  11. Navajo County Fair will provide all feed, water and bedding while animals are at the fair.

Premiums: First $5; Second $3; Third $1; Special $5

The following class numbers apply to Division 2230 through 2235.

Class/Description

  1. Sr. buck, over 8 months
  2. Sr. doe, over 8 months
  3. Intermediate buck, 6 to 8 months
  4. Intermediate doe, 6 to 8 months
  5. Jr. buck, 3 to 6 months
  6. Jr. doe, 3 to 6 months

Division/Description

2230. Full Arch

2231. Semi Arch

2232. Commercial

2233. Compact

2234. Cylindrical

2235. All Other Breeds

Division 2240 – Pee Wee Showmanship

Showmanship will be at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Cavies

Notice to cavy exhibitors:

  1. All cavies are due on Tuesday, September 12, 2017, between 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.
  2. This show will be governed by the latest rules of the American Rabbit Breeders Association. All prizes will be awarded strictly in accordance with the American Standard of Perfection. The judge’s decision will be final.
  3. The Fair Board and Superintendents reserve the right to limit the number of animals per exhibitor if the cages are not available.
  4. All animals must have a legible tattoo mark in the left ear. Cavies may be marked with tabs.
  5. There will be a $3 fee charged per animal. All exhibitors must pay this fee in order to exhibit.
  6. The fair will exercise very reasonable care in feeding and handling of your entries, but assumes no responsibility for damages or low.
  7. All entries must be the bona fide property of the exhibitor.
  8. No diseased or unsightly animals will be shown.
  9. One entry per class per exhibitor. NO EXCEPTIONS!
  10. Navajo County Fair will provide all feed, water and bedding while animals are at the fair.

Premiums: First $5; Second $3; Third $1; Special $5

The following class numbers apply to Division 2271 through 2277.

Class/Description

  1. Sr. boar, over 6 months
  2. Sr. sow, over 6 months
  3. Jr. boar, under 6 months
  4. Jr. sow, under 6 months

Division/Descriptions

2271. Abyssinian

2272. American

2273. Peruvian

2274. Silkie

2275. Teddy

2276. White Crested

2277. Any other

Division 2280 – Pee Wee Showmanship

Showmanship will follow Rabbit Showmanship on Wednesday, September 13, 2017