Ross Co Fair

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General Rules & Regulations - Entries

2016 Ohio's Livestock Tampering Exhibition Rules

Judging Schedule

SATURDAY

5:00 pm

HOME ARTS BUILDING

SUNDAY

8:00 AM

RABBITS (Open Class)

10:00 AM

SHEEP (Lead Class)

12:00 PM

BEEF (Jr. Fair) Team Fitting & Showing Contest

12:00 PM

HORSES (Jr. Fair)

12:00 PM

FLOWER SHOW

2:00 PM

GOAT SHOWMANSHIP

5:00 PM

FARM PRODUCTS

6:00 PM

ANTIQUE FARM DISPLAYS

MONDAY

8:00 AM

DAIRY CATTLE ( Jr. Fair & Open Class)

9:00 AM

HORSES ( Jr. Fair)

9:00 AM

RABBIT/GUINEA PIG SHOWMANSHIP (Jr. Fair)

9:00 AM

GOAT ( Jr. Fair)

4:00 PM

SHEEP SHOWMANSHIP ( Jr. Fair)

4:00 PM

POULTRY ( Jr. Fair) Production, Fancy, Ducks, & Turkeys

*6:30 pM

SHEEP BREEDING ( Jr. Fair)
*Or immediately following Jr. Fair Class

TUESDAY

8:00 AM

SWINE ( Jr. Fair)

8:30 AM

MARKET POULTRY

9:00 AM

HORSES ( Jr. Fair)

WEDNESDAY

8:00 AM

MARKET LAMBS ( Jr. Fair)

8:30 AM

GUINEA PIG & RABBIT SHOW ( Jr. Fair)

12:00 PM

FLOWER SHOW

5:00 PM

SWINE SHOWMANSHIP

THURSDAY

8:00 AM

MARKET STEERS, SHOWMANSHIP & BEEF BREEDING ( Jr. Fair)

9:00 AM

POULTRY (Open Class)

11:00 AM

HORSES (Open Class)

2:00 PM

SMALL ANIMAL SHOWMAN OF SHOWMEN

FRIDAY

8:30 AM

DOGS ( Jr. Fair)

9:00 AM

BEEF CATTLE (Open Class)

2:00 PM

LARGE ANIMAL SHOWMAN OF SHOWMEN



Livestock Sales

Visit rosscofairsale.com for more information.

The purpose of the Jr. Fair Livestock Sale Committee is to promote and manage the Junior Fair Livestock Sales at the Ross County Fair. The Con- situation and By-Laws of the Committee, approved, on January 10, 1983, are available by request. Although the complete details of the sales will not be listed here, the following policies are of particular importance to members selling livestock.

  1. Sellers of market livestock will be guaranteed a packer-bid price.
  2. A 4% commission or $4.00 per animal charge (whichever amount is greater) will be charged to sellers to cover the sale expenses.
  3. Livestock checks will be mailed to Sellers (exhibitors) on the last Sat- urday of September for those sellers whose buyers have paid. Begin- ning in October, all other monies will be mailed to the exhibitor when their buyer(s) make payment to the Sales committee.
  4. Only 4-H and FFA members may sell market livestock at the sales.
  5. All Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion animals must sell in their respective sale and will go to harvest through the designation of the Sale Committee.
  6. ALL SALES ARE TERMINAL. All animals sold through the Ross County Junior Fair Sale must go to harvest. The sale dates and times will be as follows:
    Swine Sale - Thursday, 4:00PM
    Sheep & Goat Sale - Friday, 5:00PM (*Even years: Lambs sell first. Odd years: Goats sell first.)
    Steer, Poultry & Rabbit Sales - Saturday, 9:00AM (Steer sale will start at 9:00AM with poultry and rabbits immediately following.)
  7. Sale order will be determined according to class placings, grade and weight. See specie information below for more details.

    Goats - Market Goats sell according to placing and grade. Order for Goat Sale will be: Grand Champion & Reserve Grand Champion, Cham- pion & Reserve Champion County Raised, Champion Performance Goat, then heaviest to lightest according to class placing. Goats weighing less than 50 lbs will receive packer price. All market goats must go to harvest.

    Hogs - Hog Sale order: Grand Champion & Reserve Grand Champion, Division Champions & Reserve Division Champions, Class Winners. Hogs weighing less than 220 lbs or over 290 lbs will be sold at market price prior to the sale based on arrangements made following the Tuesday Show. All market hogs must go to harvest.

    Lambs - Market Lambs sell according to placing, grade and weight. Order for Lamb Sale: Grand Champion Market Lamb, Reserve GrandChampion Market Lamb, Grand Champion Pen of 2, Reserve Grand Champion Pen of 2, , Champion Single Project Lamb, Reserve Champion Single Project Lamb, Champion Performance Lamb, class winners from lightest to heaviest, remaining lambs. Pens of Two will sell according to their highest project placing. Each exhibitor may go through the sale ring one time. Lambs under 85 lbs will receive market price. All market lambs must go to harvest.

    The following lamb champions will have these additional choices to make:
    • For exhibitors with 2 lambs who win either Grand Champion or Reserve Grand Champion, they will have the following choices for their second lamb: 1) Send their lamb to packer and receive market price; or 2) Take market price but sell lamb through sale ring as a Building Fund Lamb with proceeds donated to the Building Fund.
    • If exhibitor with 2 lambs wins either Grand Champion or Reserve Champion and Champion Pen of Two, they have the choice of selling lambs together as both Grand Champion/Champion Pen of Two or Reserve Champion/Champion Pen of Two, or only selling their highest single lamb and selecting from one of the above second lamb choices.
    Poultry - Order for Market Chicken sale will be according to place and grade.

    Rabbits - Rabbits will sell according to grade and average weight. Order for Rabbit Sale will be: Champion Pen of 2, Reserve Champion Pen of 2, Champion Pen of 2 Homegrown, Reserve Champion Pen of 2 Homegrown, Rate of Gain Winner, Division Champions, Class Winners, Class Placings Fryers/Broilers (Heavy to Light).

    Steers - Order for the Steer Sale will be: Grand Champion & Reserve Grand Champion, Champion Calf Scramble, 3rd Overall, 4th Overall, 5th Overall, 1st place Rate of Gain Steer. Class Winners will follow from heaviest to lightest. All other steers will sell in order according to class placing, grade and weight, with the heaviest selling first (all second place steers, followed by third place steers, etc. heaviest to lightest and project grade A,B,C). Steers weighing less than 900 lbs. will receive packer price.
  8. Market animals that die on the fairgrounds during the fair will be handled in the sale in the following way: Once an animal is weighed on the scale during their official fair weigh-in they are part of the fair. As such, if a market animal dies following weigh-in they will receive a sale lot according to class weight. If the animal has shown and receives a placing they will sell in their regular sale lot. (policy set 9/04)
  9. ALL invoices for “KEEP” animals MUST be paid the night of the respective sale.
  10. Additional money for exhibitor’s market animal(s) must be paid at time of request. Exceptions must be pre-approved with the Jr. Fair Sale Committee. “Add-on Forms” will be available at rosscofairsale.com (before the fair) and in the Jr. Fair Sale Office (during the fair.)
  11. After 60 days, all unpaid invoices will be charged a 5% Late Fee.
  12. Credit/Debit cards (Mastercard, Visa, Discover) will be accepted for payment in the Jr. Fair Sale Office during the fair.
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Calendar of Events

2016 Schedule

March 12: Miller Swap Meet

April 2: Steer & Heifer Classic

April 2 & 3: Gun Show

April 4 & 5: Circus

April 8-10: Trader Days

April 23-24: ChillitownMX

May 27-30: Smash-It Demo Derby

June 3-5: Trader Days

June 10: Relay for Life

June 11: NBHA

June 17-18: Ross Co. Litter Tire Collection

June 18: PSA Horse Show

July 16-17: Chillitown MX

August 6-13: Ross County Fair

September 1-5: Easyrider Rodeo

September 24: Southern Ohio Guitar Show

October 1: Cattle Show

October 7-9: Trader Days

October 15-16: Chillitown MX

November 5: Miller's Automotive Swap Meet