Sunday, September 22, 2024

All Poultry and Rabbits enter through South Gate (off Maitland St.)

Judging starts 10:00 a.m.


COMMITTEE: Laurie Cadwell (Chair) 519-761-7268, Ross Harrington

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GENERAL RULES & REGULATIONS 2024

ENTRIES Complete entries online using above link. Entry forms may be printed and submitted by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Entries must be received by midnight Sunday, September 15 (midnight).

IMPORTANT DATES:

ENTRIES CLOSE: Register your entries by midnight Sunday, September 15.

BRING RABBITS & POULTRY:To the pavilion on fairgrounds by 9:00 a.m. on Sunday, September 22.

REMOVE RABBITS & POULTRY:At 4:30 on Sunday, September 22.

RULES
  1. Open to exhibitors aged 17 years and under.
  2. All exhibitors must have a current DAS Membership.
  3. Cages will be provided. Exception: small birds such as Button Quail, etc. may remain in their own cages. Same exhibitor double cooping may occur.
  4. Maximum of 2 entries per section. No substitutions on day of fair.
  5. All poultry and rabbits must be on fairgrounds by 9:00 a.m. Sunday and remain until 4:30 p.m. Sunday.
  6. All poultry and rabbits must be healthy. Any animals showing signs of illness will be removed from the show area.
  7. Exhibitors aged 14 and under may also enter Pet Show.

Prizes: 1st: $4.00, 2nd: $3.00, 3rd: $2.00

POULTRY - Section "P"

Classes

  1. Standard, hen
  2. Standard, rooster
  3. Bantam, hen
  4. Bantam, rooster
  5. Goose, any variety
  6. Gander, any variety
  7. Duck, large
  8. Drake, large
  9. Bantam, duck
  10. Bantam, drake
  11. Turkey, hen
  12. Turkey, gobbler
  13. Game bird (i.e. pheasant, quail)
  14. Pigeon, any variety
  15. Dove, any variety
      Best Bird in Show (section 1-15) - $15.00 and trophy donated by Laurie Cadwell

RABBITS - Section "R"

  1. Doe, heavy
  2. Buck, heavy
  3. Dwarf or miniature
    Best Rabbit in Show (section 16-18) - $15.00 and trophy donated by Laurie Cadwell