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August 13-19, 2017

Exhibit Entry Forms Due


Last Sunday in July
August 13: Exhibits Entered

109th Annual CADILLAC

Northern
DISTRICT
Fair
Includes: Bingo on the grounds all week!
Children 2 and under get in FREE!
No Rainchecks! No Refunds!
Absolutely NO unauthorized animals on grounds!
Vets &
Seniors
Absolutely NO bikes on grounds!

$2.00 per Person Admission* 62 & Over


*Rides and grandstand events EXTRA!
FREE
EVENTS 2017 NORTHERN
DISTRICT FAIR
Midway opens on Tues. at 3:00 p.m.; Wed. - Thurs. at 2:00 p.m. & Fri. & Sat. at Noon

*Midway Armband Ride SPECIALS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16


ALL DAY Embryology - Come watch chicks hatch
** No Age Limit on Armbands ** 9:00 a.m. Rabbit Classes
10:00 a.m. Judging - Dairy
Tuesday $10 ARMBAND Noon Judging - Horse Contest
1:00 to 9:00 p.m. Civic Center Open
Wednesday MIDWAY - $1 per ride All Day!!!
2:00 p.m. Pie Judging Contest
Thursday KIDS DAY - $12 ARMBAND good All Day! 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Smoothie Bike
2:00 to close Midway Opens -- $1 per ride all day!
Friday Armbands - $17.00 (Regular Price) 6:00 p.m. Market Livestock Sale
7:00 p.m. Garden Tractor Pull in the Grandstand
Saturday Armbands - $17.00 (Regular Price)

THURSDAY, AUGUST 17
SATURDAY, AUGUST 12 ALL DAY Embryology - Come watch chicks hatch
9:00 a.m. Open Horse Show
6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Civic Center Open for Open & Youth Entries
1:00 to 6:00 p.m. Scavenger Hunt
1:00 to 9:00 p.m. Civic Center Open
SUNDAY, AUGUST 13 2:00 to close MIDWAY OPEN
7:00 a.m. Small Animal Barn Opens 2:00 to 10:00 p.m. KIDS DAY - ARMBAND SPECIALS*
2:00 to 5:00 p.m. Civic Center for Open and Youth Entries 6:30 p.m. Showmanship Sweepstakes
7:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Pullorum Testing for Poultry 7:00 p.m. Battle of the Bands
6:00 p.m. Animals must be in Assigned Pens

FRIDAY, AUGUST 18
MONDAY, AUGUST 14 ALL DAY Embryology - Come watch chicks hatch
9:00 a.m. Judging in Civic Center (all departments) Noon to close MIDWAY OPEN
9:00 a.m. Judging - Market Swine 1:00 to 9:00 p.m. Civic Center Open
10:00 a.m. Horse and Barn Open 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. Commodity Carnival
12:30 p.m. Judging - all Sheep, Goat, and Beef Classes 7:00 p.m. TNT Enterprise Demo Derby
3:00 p.m. Registration for Kids Pedal Pull
(Sponsored by Ina Store)
4:00 p.m. Kids Pedal Pull
SATURDAY, AUGUST 19
10:00 a.m. Ag Olympics - OPEN TO PUBLIC
6:00 p.m. Veterans Salute in the Grandstand
Noon to close MIDWAY OPEN
1:00 to 9:00 p.m. Civic Center Open
TUESDAY, AUGUST 15 5:00 p.m. Exhibitor Potluck and Trophy
ALL DAY Embryology - Come watch chicks hatch Presentations in the Civic Center
9:00 a.m. Youth Horse Show 7:00 p.m. TNT Enterprise Demo Derby
9:00 a.m. Poultry Classes
1:00 to 9:00 p.m. Civic Center Open
3:00 to close MIDWAY OPENS SUNDAY, AUGUST 20
3:00 to 5:00 p.m. Nutrition Wheel 7:00 to 9:00 a.m. All pens / cages MUST be cleaned
6:00 p.m. Kitchen Band in the Civic Center 7:00 to 9:00 a.m. All animals MUST be removed
9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Civic Center Open for item pick-up.
7:00 p.m. Farm Stock Tractor Pull in the Grandstand
YOU MUST HAVE CLAIM CHECKS IN ORDER TO PICK UP EXHIBITS.

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Northern District Fair
is perfect for kids and families

The Northern District Fair has been a pastime for many years, The gate entrance fee is $2, which allows people to walk around the
bringing fun and entertainment to the whole family. grounds and see the exhibits. Seniors and veterans will be admitted
Families can enjoy an array of events at the fair this year. Events for free.
include a kids power wheel races, big car figure eight and a demo The annual Northern District Fair will be open Monday, Aug. 14
derby, to name a few. through Saturday, Aug. 19.
If you like something that is more hands-on, there will be a pie
baking contest on Wednesday, Aug. 16 at 2 p.m. Bakers are required Looking For Some More
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NORTHERN DISTRICT FAIR
GLOSSARY OF TERMS
OPEN - Open to all ages, youth and adult.
MARKET - Animal raised and sold at auction
RATE OF GAIN - Weight gain over a specific time
HOME GROWN - Raised from birth on your premises
NOVICE - First year exhibitor
TYKES & TODDLERS - children under 4-H age that show but
cannot sell
SHINING STAR - Exhibitor that faces daily challenges and
has a love of horses
SHOWMANSHIP - How well you and your animal work
together
CAVY - Guinea Pig
CAVY BOAR - Male Guinea Pig
CAVY SOW - Female Guinea Pig
PULLET - Young hen under one year
COCKEREL - Young rooster under one year
WEANLING - Newly taken from its mother
YEARLING - One year old
HEN - Female chicken
ROOSTER - Male chicken
CORNISH - Chicken under 5 pounds
BROILER - Chicken over 5 pounds
DAM - Mother of an animal
SIRE - Father of an animal
BUCK - Male rabbit or intact male goat
DOE - Female rabbit or goat
EWE - Female lamb
WETHER - Altered male goat or sheep
GILT - Female pig /swine that has not given birth
BARROW - Neutered male pig/swine
CALF - Baby cow
COW - Female that has given birth to a calf
HEIFER - Female cow that has not given birth to a calf
DAIRY COW - Female cow that gives milk
DAIRY BEEF FEEDER STEER - Less than one year old
MARE - Female horse
GELDING - Altered male horse
FOAL - Horse under one year
HALTER - Horse is judged on conformation
BAREBACK EQUITATION - Judged on rider without a saddle
EQUITATION - Judged on the rider more so than the horse
PLEASURE - Judged on the horse more so than the rider

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2017 Northern District Fair
CRAFT SHOW & SALE
JOIN 4-H TODAY! Come join us on Thursday, Friday and Saturday of Fair!
Exhibit and Sell Your Handmade Crafts in a Fun
and Festive Fair Atmosphere!!

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adult partners-in thinking, learning and problem-
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Heart-4-H helps kids build strong relationships with Come one day or come all three days.
peers and adults based on caring and respect.
Hands-4-H lets kids learn by doing and then use Booth size will be 12x12. Bring your own tables, set up, and have a
their talents and skills to make their communities great time! For more information, please call Margaret Lucas 231-
better places in which to live and grow. 825-2856. Fill out the Registration Form below and send to:
Health-4-H helps kids make healthy choices to Northern District Fair Craft Show,
keep them physically and mentally able to do P.O. Box 131, Cadillac, Michigan 49601
what they need to at school, at home and in their registration form
communities. Name:____________________________________________________________________

HOW TO JOIN
ADDRESS:_________________________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________
Who: Youth ages 5-19 PHONE:#__________________________________________________________________
What: Choose a club and register at
# SPACES NEEDED: ________________ AMOUNT ENCLOSED: _____________
www.4Honline.com
When: Join anytime, however some of the animal DESCRIPTION OF ITEMS SELLING:__________________________________________

clubs do have deadlines for fair participation. ___________________________________________________________________________

How Much: A $10 enrollment fee covers your


membership in 4-H for the entire year! signature:_______________________________________________________________

(Scholarships are available) Your cancelled check is your confirmation. If you require written confirmation, please enclose a self-
addressed stamped envelope with your registration form. The Northern District Fair will not be held
If you have any questions or need assistance with getting responsible for any loss or damage to displays or crafts, or for any injury, accident, or theft occurring
while at the Fair.
registered just contact our office well be glad to help! (Make checks payable to Northern District Fair)

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JUDGING SCHEDULE
SATURDAY, AUGUST 12 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16
6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Civic Center open for Open Class Exhibits 9:00 a.m. All Rabbits Classes
10:00 a.m. Dairy classes
12:00 p.m. Horse Judging Contest & Demonstrations
SUNDAY, AUGUST 13 2:00 p.m. Pie Judging Contest
7:00 a.m. Small Animal Barn Opens
6:00 p.m. Market Livestock Sale
7:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Pullorum Testing Poultry
10:00 a.m. Horse and Large Animal Barn Open
2:00 - 5:00 p.m. Civic Center open for entries. THURSDAY, AUGUST 17
6:00 p.m. Animals must be in Assigned Pens 9:00 a.m. Open Class Horses
6:30 p.m. Showmanship Sweepstakes
MONDAY, AUGUST 14
9:00 a.m. Civic Center Classes (All Departments) SATURDAY, AUGUST 19
9:00 a.m. Market Swine Classes 10:00 a.m. Ag Olympics - OPEN TO PUBLIC
12:30 p.m. All Sheep, Goat and Beef Classes 5:00 p.m. Exhibitor Potluck Supper and Trophy
Presentations in Civic Center
TUESDAY, AUGUST 15
9:00 a.m. Youth Horses SUNDAY, AUGUST 20
9:00 a.m. All Poultry 7:00 - 9:00 a.m. All pens / cages MUST be cleaned
7:00 - 9:00 a.m. All animals MUST be removed
Livestock sponsored by:
9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Civic Center Open for item pick-up.

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2017 NORTHERN

FOR YOUR RECORDS


DISTRICT FAIR

PULL OUT & KEEP


EXHIBITORS GUIDE
Exhibit Entry Forms Due Last Sunday in July
August 13: Exhibits Entered

PAGE
08 - Officers & Directors
- Department Superintendents
- Thank you 2016 Market Animal Sale Buyers
- Thank you 2016 Trophy Sponsors
- Fair Season Letters

EXHIBITORS GUIDE
09 - Entry Blank Form
10 - Reservation Forms
11 - Rules and Regulations
- 2017 Pie Baking Contest
and Auction
12 - OPEN CLASS Livestock
13 - OPEN CLASS Exhibits
18 - YOUTH PROJECT Rules
20 - YOUTH CLASS Livestock
24 - YOUTH CLASS Exhibits

Northern District Fair


P.O. Box 131, Cadillac, MI 49601
Fair Office: 231-775-6361
northerndistrictfair.cadillac@gmail.com

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Fair Office: Department
Superintendents

231-775-6361
Large Animals
Wesley Grover
Jeff Stahl Dear Friends: e which
tric entertainment stapl
Annette Kniss Welcome to the 2017
agric
fair season, a family-cen
ultur al herit age.
pays homage to our rich

2017 Officers & Directors


, an annual
d county fairs every year tilt-a-whirl
Horses Millions of Michigand
ers and tourists atten
y of us. The smell of
fresh popcorn, the soun
d of the
e fantastic.
family tradition for man to make your fair expe rienc
animals are there, all
Yvonne Meyer buzzing and the farm
tremendous accomplis
hments of
igan s 4-H program and the Michigan youth have
the
Ted Meyer, President Megan Meyer I am prou
our FFA peers. Than
d of Mich
ks to Mich igan s local and coun ty fairs,
ating fairgoers about the state s food
rtuni ty to show case their hard work while educ e are limitl ess ever ything from
oppo ultur
Careers in food and agric to metrologists, food scientists,
Shaun Ronk, Vice-President Small Animals and agriculture industry.
veterinarians, soil scien
tists, and microbiolo
gists

Yvonne Meyer, Secretary Candy Prince engineers, and more .

of local charm and agric


ultural traditions. This
year, be
Our county fairs are full of your summer family
local or county fairs part
Tammy Green, Office Manager/Treasurer Janet Dunlap sure to make visiting
one of Mich igan s

vacation plans.
Megan Guernsey, Steven Gurensey, Sincerely,
Merchant Building
Brandi Lucas, Margaret Lucas, Robert Lucas,
Managers
Dawn Paulin, Mike Paulin, David Pierce,
Margaret Lucas
Candy Prince, Erica Ronk, Bill Wirth & Liz Wirth Rick Snyder
Governor
Brandi Lucas

THANK YOU 2016


MARKET ANIMAL SALE BUYERS
BUYERS OF MARKET SWINE Meyer Veterinary Service Joel Casler
Family Farm & Home - 4 animals L. G. Farm
M. & M. Kennels - 4 Animals Crystal Flash BUYERS OF MARKET BEEF RICK SNYDER
GOVERNOR
STATE OF MICH
DEPARTME
NT OF AGRIC
IGAN
ULTURE
Ina Store - 3 Animals Pat DeVoe/L. & J. Meat Mkt. Fekete Knaggs & Burr AND RURAL
DEVELOPM
ENT JAMIE CLOVER
ADA MS
DIRECTOR

Crystal Flash - 3 Animals Bryan Kelly R.L. Morris & Sons


Clare Livestock - 2 Animals Swinehart Family Callahan Supply
Dear Friends,
Gary Gregory - 2 Animals Jim Lambert
R. L. Morris & Sons - 2 Animals Dr. Richard LeBaron BUYERS OF MARKET TURKEYS On behalf of Mic
higans fair ind
ustry, welcome
to the 2017 cou
Wexford Co. Farm Bureau - 2 Animals Family Farm & Home Millions of peo
ple attend Michig
nty fair season
!
promises to pro ans county fair
Shoreline Power Service - 2 Animals BUYERS OF MARKET BROILERS M. & M. Kennels tradition for ma
vide the sights
ny of us.
, sounds and act
s each year, and
ivities that have
this years fair
season
become an ann
Pat DeVoe/L. & J. Meat Mkt. - 2 Animals Family Farm & Home Northwoods Feed & Supply Michigan fairs
ual
are an importa
Devin Dumont- 2 Animals Butch Stahl Wood by Deline helping to mainta nt part
in a much-needed of our states growing food and
modern agricu connection to rura agriculture indust
Roger Bandeen Jo.el Casler safe, family-frie
lture practices.
Our states nea l traditions while
rly 90 local, cou highlightin
ry,
ndly entertainm
ent and celebrate nty and state fair g
Benjamin Seymour Crystal Flash BUYERS OF MARKET CORNISH HENS Fairgoers suppor
the bounty of our s provide
agricultural har
t the nearly 50, vest.
Brent & Annette Kniss Chris Garrett Dr. Richard LeBaron - 2 Pens community arts
exh
000 Michigan you
the efforts of our ibitions each year. Many loc
th who particip
ate
young exhibitors al businesses and in livestock and
C. & W. Portables John Meelonaar Darwin Booher of our county fair
s.
efforts through
youth livestock
families also sup
port
continued educat Many of our exhibitors use the auctions held at
Jim Crawford Cynthia & Keith Bergstrom Family Farm & Home ion. auction procee
ds to help fund
each
their
Whether you are
Lark Lawn & Garden Dr. Richard LeBaron - 2 Pens Ina Store her
food, midway ride e as a sponsor or exhibitor,
s, and entertainm or sim
Meyer Veterinary Service Nishi Ward Northwoods Feed & Supply adventures dur
ing the 2017 fair ent awaiting you ply to enjoy the livestock sho
at the fair, I wis ws,
season. h you great
Wayne Eversole Larry Emery
Country Veterinary Service BUYERS OF MARKET GOATS Jim Lambert Regards,

Bryan Kelly Bryan Kelly - 3 Animals


Nishi Ward Lark Lawn & Garden - 2 Animals BUYERS OF MARKET RABBITS Jamie Clover Ada
ms
Joyce Durdel Crystal Flash - 2 Animals C. & W. Portables - 2 Pens Director

Knagg Agency Jim Lambert - 2 Animals Terrys Gun Shop - 2 Pens


David Piere Bill & Joyce Johnson Darwin Booher
H. & R. Screw Machine Shop Tiffany Bobon Family Farm & Home
Nishi Ward Lark Lawn & Garden
BUYERS OF MARKET SHEEP Joyce Durdel Northwoods Feed & Supply
Family Farm & Home - 2 Animals Gregg Bembeneck Rep. Ray Franz CONSTITUTIO
N HALL
www.michigan y P.O. BOX 30017 y LAN
.gov/mda y (517 SING, MICHIGAN

Double R. Transport - 2 Animals Sherry Garrett ) 373-1104 y


(800) 292-3939 48909

Brent & Annette Kniss BUYERS OF DAIRY BEEF Chris Garrett


Lark Lawn & Garden Dr. Richard LeBaron - 2 Animals Caroll Hoag

A SPECIAL THANKS TO THE 2016 NORTHERN DISTRICT FAIR TROPHY SPONSORS


Tractor Supply Co., Family Farm & Home, George & Laurie Millen, Cheri & Corban Bechtel, Sheriff Jim Crawford, Dairy Station, Tustin, Wolverine Power Cooperate, North woods Feed
& Supply, Norman Family, Greenstone Farm Credit Services, Wexford Community Credit Union, Hidden Creek Farm, The Leudeman Family, Fancy Creek Farm, Seelye Sheep, Gingrich
Meadows, Leroy Milling, Bill & Joyce Johnson, B. W. Kniss Farm, Dan & Denise Danford, Breidenstein Oil, The Cuddie Family, Pearson Drilling Co., Franke Septic Service, J.R.J. Ranch,
Lake City Forge, Randy & Marie Mercier, Triple T. Farm, Merrills Service Center, Denise Bechtel, Lark Lawn & Garden, Swick Custom Butchering, Butch & Dee Stahl, Jerry &. Cindy
Cuddie, Gold Medal Awards, Rivertown Real Estate - Lori Brock, Johnson Insurance Agency, Majestic Friesian, Frosty Cup Family Restaurant

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Entry Blank Form 2017 Northern District Fair
P.O. Box 131, Cadillac, MI 49601
Entry Form Due Last Sunday of July 231-775-6361
northerndistrictfair.cadillac@gmail.com

Exhibitor Name:___________________________________________ Please send completed entry form to the address listed above.

Address: _________________________________________________ Print name and address plainly. Classify each entry by Department,
Division, Section and class; describe article using the exact wording
City/ Zip Code:____________________________________________ of the premium list. Only one item per class.

Phone #:__________________________________________________ Send entry blanks with fees to the Fair as early as possible. THE
DEADLINE FOR ENTRY IS LAST SUNDAY OF JULY. CIVIC CENTER FEE is
Email Address:_____________________________________________ $3.00 for 1 - 5 items. Animal fees are listed on the back of the entry
blank. Entries MUST be postmarked by last Saturday of July. The Fair
Date of Birth:______________________________________________
Office will be open last Saturday and Sunday of July 2 p.m. - 5 p.m. to
take entries. All animals must be in assigned pens by 6 p.m. ENTRY DAY.

Dept. Div. Sect. Class Description of ARTICLE Entry Fee

GRAND TOTAL

PRE-ENTRY IS REQUIRED ON ALL EXHIBITS,


A premium award ribbon or card on exhibit is not proof of award. Only the
ENTRY FORMS WITH REQUIRED FEES MUST BE RECEIVED
Judges record of award is authority that will be recognized. Civic Center
NO LATER THAN The Last SUnday in JULY. ENTRY FEES ARE AS FOLLOWS:
opens Saturday, August 12, from 6p.m. - 8p.m., and Sunday, August 13, from
Horses-Per Head............................................................................ $15.00
1p.m. - 4p.m. for all Civic Center exhibits. Doors will be locked promptly at
Cattle, Goats, Sheep, Swine - Per Head..................................... $5.00
4 p.m. Exhibits must be tagged and checked in NO LATER THAN 4:30 p.m.
Rabbit-Cage Fee-Per Rabbit........................................................ $1.00
Tags for exhibits may be picked up at the Fair Office or at the Civic Center
Poultry-Per Bird Fee ........................................................................ $1.00
when exhibits are brought in. ALL TAGS NEED TO BE ATTACHED TO EXHIBITS
Pocket Pets (per animal) ............................................................... $1.00
AND READY FOR DISPLAY WHEN BROUGHT TO CIVIC CENTER.
Civic Center-1-5 items ................................................................... $3.00

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2017 Reservations
Please send reservations by LAST SUNDAY OF July to:
Northern District Fair, Livestock Superintendent Membership Application
P.O. Box 131, Cadillac, MI 49601 Name:___________________________________________________
You may mail your reservation with your entry blank.
Fees Due with this form! Annual Dues - $5.00 per person per year, due on or before October 1st of the
current year. Contributions or gifts to the Northern District Fair Association
Name: __________________________________________________ are tax deductible as charitable contributions.
Club Name (if any): _______________________________________

Street:___________________________________________________
I will need space for this years fair.
City:____________________________________________________
Horse Stall
State:_______________________ Zip:_______________________ Mandatory Coggins Test
Phone No.:______________________________________________ Coggins to be mailed with stall reservation.

Email: __________________________________________________ Please fill in how many stalls you will need in the space below.

Mandatory meeting for all Livestock & Horse # of stalls needed ________
Exhibitors and their parents at 7 p.m. Sunday.
Animals must be in assigned pens by 6 p.m. entry day. I will need cage space for this years fair.
Poultry Cage
I will need camper space for this years fair. Entry Fee - $1.00 per Bird

Camper Reservation
Please fill in how many cages you will need in the space below.

Youth Poultry__________________ Open Poultry___________________


Electric or non-electric is available. No water hook-ups or use of camper
air-conditioner. Reservations are due by the Last Sunday in July. You must Youth Duck____________________ Open Duck____________________
send payment with your reservations. Spaces are Limited. Youth Geese __________________ Open Geese __________________
Youth Market Broiler____________
Electric - $50.00 Non- Electric - $25.00
Youth Market Turkey____________
Emergency Phone No:___________________________________ Youth Market Cornish____________

Emergency Contact:_____________________________________
I will need stall space for this years fair.
Large Animal Stall
Camping Rules Market Breeding
Breeding Stock & Market Animals
1. D.E.Q. requires a minimum of 4 FT. between units. Cattle ________________________ ________________________
2. There will be no water hook-ups available. Sheep ________________________ ________________________
3. NO one under the age of eighteen is permitted to stay in a camper without Swine ________________________ ________________________
a parent or legal guardian. Goat ________________________ ________________________
Other ________________________ ________________________
4. Only exhibitors may camp.
5. All horse trailers must be parked on your site or taken home.
6. Only barn superintendents will be allowed to park between the barns. I will need cage space for this years fair.
7. Quiet at 11PM. No generators in use after 11PM. All children must be at Rabbit Cage
their own site by 11PM, unless with a parent or at an activity with adult Entry Fee - $1.00 per Rabbit
supervision. Please fill in how many cages you will need in the space below.

8. Reserve your campsite by mail. Camp fee must be sent with reservation Youth Rabbit___________________ Open Rabbit___________________
NLT last Sunday of July. If we do not receive your money by last Youth Market Pen_______________ Open Cavy____________________
Sunday of July, we will consider your spot VACANT.
Youth Cavy____________________
10. Please check in at fair office before setting up camper.
ALL RABBITS MUST HAVE PERMANENT TATTOO

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RULES & REGULATIONS OPEN
SECTION 1 - GENERAL RULES 7. No animal or article may compete for more than one prize in any class or division.
1. All Official Northern District Fair (NDF) Book Entry Forms for ANIMAL members must be sent by 8. The Management will not be responsible for any loss, damage, injury to any animals exhibited or for
last Sunday of July to the NORTHERN DISTRICT FAIR P.O. BOX 131 CADILLAC, MI 49601 any article of any kind or nature that may be lost or destroyed or in any way injured or damaged. Each
2. PRE-ENTRY DEADLINE IS LAST SUNDAY OF JULY. exhibitor will be responsible for any injury that may be occasioned to any person by any animal owned
1. During the Fair, the Superintendent of each department will have direct charge of the exhibits and or exhibited by him and shall indemnify the Management against all claims or injury occasioned by
will assist the judge during judging. The Superintendent will be available for the adjustment of all any animal owned or exhibited by him, or arising from any negligence of the person in charge of such
complaints and correction of any errors in that Department. exhibit.
2. Any problems that cannot be resolved by the Superintendent will be referred to the available Executive 9. All open and youth exhibitors, parents and/or chaperones of youth exhibitors are expected to be
Board Member that is on the Fairgrounds. properly attired while on the Fair Grounds. Shirts, pants (or shorts) and shoes shall be worn at all
3. NO PERSON UNDER EIGHTEEN (18) YEARS OF AGE WILL BE ALLOWED ON THE times. Absolutely no bare feet, swim wear or other inappropriate clothing will be tolerated. Violators
GROUNDS AFTER ALL DEPARTMENTS AND THE MIDWAY ARE CLOSED FOR THE will be asked to leave the grounds.
NIGHT, EXCEPT THOSE IN THE COMPANY OF THEIR PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIAN. 10. Civic Center will be closed during the day on Monday for judging.
4. Exhibitors, who wish to protest or appeal, must do so in writing within 10 days from the close of the 11. Exhibitors are required to get Board approval for early removal of animals prior to the Fair, or
Fair. exhibitor may not participate the following year.
5. Officials of the Fair reserve the right to refuse exhibit space to diseased or afflicted animals or 12. All projects must adhere to MDA rules. A COPY OF THE MDA HEALTH RULES MAY BE
uncredited displays. OBTAINED ONLINE AT www.michigan.gov/mdafairregs.
6. Sale or use of alcoholic beverages, tobacco products or drugs are forbidden on the Fairgrounds by 13. Effective 12/31/04, youth under the age of 6, by January 1, Current Fair Year, cannot show livestock
order of the Board of Directors. as an individual.
7. Competition is open to all residents of the State of Michigan. 14.PLEASE CASH PREMIUM CHECKS WITHIN 30 DAYS!
8. NO OUT OF STATE ENTRIES-unless approved by the Fair Board prior to entry deadline. 15.Classes marked as Educational Projects must adhere to this criteria. Exhibit must include a display
9. The Northern District Fair (NDF) Board has given their approval for the Cadillac Area Livestock with hand- or computer-generated lettering, which can be read 2 ft. to 3 ft. away; an exhibit board no
Committee to govern all livestock classes and exhibits at the Northern District Fair. larger than 3 ft. by 4 ft., depicting an informational message and / or data collected. Exhibitors in this
10. Superintendents shall have the ultimate authority in their barns. They are empowered to disqualify section are limited to youth, who are 18 years of age or younger, as of January 1 of Fair year. Learning
any exhibit / exhibitor that they deem necessary, for any rule violation or ethics violation. objective: To encourage youth to explore, investigate and experience new events / occurrences
11. Absolutely no weapons, either real or toy, will be brought onto or sold on the grounds of the Northern through the studies of the various sciences. Educational projects do not receive a premium. They are
District Fair. Violators will be immediatley removed and will be subject to action by the local law Ribbon-Only classes.
enforcement. A weapon shall include, but is not limited to: guns, knives, blow guns, slingshots, pellet
guns and paintball guns. NOTICE
The Northern District Fair (NDF) Board and / or Cadillac Area Livestock Committee reserves
SECTION 2 - FAIR EXHIBITORS & EXHIBITS the right to require any animal shown in this Fair to be subject to examination and / or testing, as
1. Pre-Entry is last Sunday of July. No Official NDF entry forms will be accepted after this date. deemed necessary, in order to determine if a foreign substance has been administered to an animal
Entries may be mailed to: Northern District Fair P.O. Box 131 Cadillac, MI 49601 or brought to alter its conformation, weight, and / or temperament or to test for bovine TB.
to the Fair office, which will be open to receive entries on last Saturday and Sunday of July from 2 Administering of any such substance will be considered by the NDF Board to be fraud, which
p.m. - 5 p.m. is subject to a penalty of up to $50,000 or up to 5 years imprisonment or both, if convicted. It is
2. All exhibitors will be given an exhibitors pass. This will only allow you free admission at the gate. a violation of Federal and State laws to sell any animal which may enter the food chain that has
3. Exhibitors are not entitled to draw more than one money in any one class. NO MORE THAN ONE been altered and / or that has present any drug residue. By entering animals in the NDF,
ENTRY WILL BE ACCEPTED FROM ANY ONE EXHIBITOR IN ANY ONE CLASS. you are agreeing to submit to any testing required. Failure to submit your animal for any testing
4. Exhibitors must have their Civic Center entries in place on the grounds by Saturday, August 13, from will be cause for immediate disqualification. All monies earned will be forfeited and exhibitor and
6 p.m. - 8 p.m., or on Sunday, August 14, from 2 p.m. - 5 p.m. / or exhibitors family may be banned from future NDF participation, as deemed necessary by the
5. All exhibits shall remain in place until Sunday morning. Civic Center will be open from 9 a.m. - 1 NDF Board of Directors.
p.m., Sunday, August 21; at which time, exhibits will be surrendered to the exhibitors. Civic Center The NDF Board will accept formal protests as a means of initiating a drug / substance test.
exhibits will only be given to persons with claim checks. Those without claim checks will need to Any person can make a complaint; they must do so in writing, along with submitting a fee not to
return between 1:45 p.m. and 2 p.m, with picture I.D. and a list of the items they are picking up. exceed $500 and not less than $45. If the complaint proves to be substantiated by positive results,
EXCEPTIONS: Market animals will be released by the Superintendent of their department at a time this fee will be refunded to the complainant. But if complaint is not sustained, the deposit shall
to be announced by them. be forfeited. The defendant will then be assessed a sum of money at least equal to the total cost of
6. Exhibitors MUST be present to show their animals for judging. the investigation.

2017 PIE BAKING CONTEST AND AUCTION


Sponsored By: Merrills Service Center And Yvonne Meyer Realtor, Rivertown Real Estate
JUDGING WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE CIVIC CENTER BUILDING WEDNESDAY, AUG 16TH AT 2 JUDGING:
PM. WINNERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING JUDGING. 1. Judging will begin and be viewed by the public starting at 2:00 PM.
AUCTION: Wednesday evening during the livestock Auction Sale. Auction Sale starts at 6 PM **All 2. Winners will be announced as soon as judging is completed.
proceeds will go to the small animal barn restoration fund. 3. First three pies in each section will be awarded a blue, red or yellow pie pan.
ENTRY FORM MUST BE RECEIVED before noon Wednesday, August 16th. PIES MUST BE RECEIVED 4. All blue ribbon pies will compete for Grand Champion and then the other blue ribbon pie and the red
between the 9am-noon on Wednesday, August 16th. ribbon pie of the Grand Champion section will compete for Reserve Champion. Grand Champion
Official Rules and Regulations: will receive a Pro 5 Kitchen-Aid mixer and Reserve will receive a Sunbeam Bowl Mixer/hand mixer.
1. Eligibility-Open to all pubic-amateur bakers only SCORING: a) 40 points-overall appearance
Requirements b) 30 points-filling flavor
a) Crust made from scratch. *No store bought crusts c) 30 points- crust flavor, color, texture and consistency
b) Each contestant must bake two (2) pies, one for contest and one for the auction that evening d) There will be 3 judges, scores will be averaged
1. An entry may be made in each section, but only one entry per section Pre-entry form may be submitted with all other fair entry forms. Entries will be accepted with pies until noon on
2. Sections: the day of the contest. All pies must be accompanied with an entry form with attached ingredients.
** Fruit pies, such as apple, berry, peach, etc.- one or two crust
** Miscellaneous filling such as pecan, raisin, pumpkin, etc. Name: __________________________________________________________ Street:
#####NO CREAM PIES OR PIES THAT REQUIRE REFRIGERATION##### City:___________ State:_______________________ Zip:________________Phone:
3. All entries must be accompanied by a list of ingredients. All ingredients must be listed. Contestants Recipe Name:_________________________________________________________
name MUST NOT be on list of ingredients. EACH PARTICIPANT MUST BAKE TWO (2) OF THE SAME PIES- ONE FOR CONTEST-ONE FOR
4. All entries become property of the Northern District Fair. AUCTION
5. Entries do not include gate admission to the fair. (Please Designate Pie to be Judged)
6. All pies should be in disposable containers.

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GENERAL RULES are located before
DEPARTMENT 11 - OPEN CLASS POULTRY
OPEN
GENERAL RULES ALL OTHER STANDARD BREEDS SECTION A - One Dozen
1. All Official Northern District Fair (NDF) Book Entry Forms for Class No. Class No.
members must be sent to the NORTHERN DISTRICT FAIR P.O. 166. Turken 173. Frizzles 232. Large Brown Eggs 234. Misc. Eggs
BOX 131 CADILLAC, MI 49601. 168. Sultans 174. Other (not listed) 233. Large White Eggs 235. Bantam Eggs, any color
2. PRE-ENTRY DEADLINE IS LAST SUNDAY OF JULY. 172. Sumatra
3. One entry per class per exhibitor.
4. See RULES in front of Fair Book and HEALTH REGULATIONS
Class No.
BANTAMS - Clean Legged DEPARTMENT 13:
online at www.michigan.gov/mdafairregs.
175. Seabright 179. Rocks (all colors) OPEN-CLASS RABBITS & CAVIES
177. Japanese 180. Any other clean legged Bantams
DEPARTMENT 11: OPEN CLASS POULTRY 178. Polish SPECIFIC RULES
1. All Official Northern District Fair (NDF) Book Entry Forms for
SPECIFIC RULES BANTAMS Feather Legged members must be sent by last Sunday of July to the NORTHERN
1. All Official Northern District Fair (NDF) Book Entry Forms for Class No. DISTRICT FAIR P.O. BOX 131 CADILLAC, MI 49601
members must be sent by last Sunday of July to the NORTHERN 182. Brahmas 185. Silkies 2. Entry fee of $1 per rabbit and cavy to be paid at the time of pre-entry.
DISTRICT FAIR P.O. BOX 131 CADILLAC, MI 49601. 183. Cochins 186. Any other featherlegged Bantams 3. Pregnant does, does with litters or babies under 4 weeks old are NOT
2. Entry fee of $1 per bird to be paid at the time of pre-entry. 184. Frizzles eligible to be entered as an exhibit.
3. All exhibitors are required to feed, water and clean under their cages 4. Judging shall be governed by the current ARBA Standard of
at least twice a day. Failure to take care of your birds and exhibit area 11: OPEN CLASS DIVISION B - MISCELLANEOUS FOWL Perfection. Any rabbit, which does not conform in any way to the
in a satisfactory manner as determined by the superintendent may Premiums: 1st- $5.00, 2nd- $3.00 and 3rd- $2.00 Standard for its breed, should be shown as a mixed breed.
result in loss of premiums due, if any. SECTION A - Male (any age) 5. All rabbits must have a permanent tattoo in their left ear on entry
4. All birds entering the fairgrounds MUST be tested for Pullorum SECTION B- Female (any age) day. This includes Market Rabbits. There will be NO exceptions to
by the Pullorum tester on entry day between 7 a.m. - 1 p.m. only. SECTION C - Pair (1 male and 1 female - same age) this rule. It is the exhibitors responsibility to get their rabbits tattooed
No birds will be allowed in the barn before being tested negative SECTION D - Pen of 3 (any sex- same age) prior to Fair.
for Pullorum. Only those birds entered will be tested for free. 6. Exhibitors must provide their own cages for cavies.
Exhibitors wishing to have other birds tested will be charged $2 per ORNAMENTAL FOWL
bird. Pigeons, waterfowl and doves are exempt from testing. Class No. DIVISION A - OPEN RABBITS:
5. Birds showing symptoms of disease or illness will not be permitted 187. Pea Fowl 190. Guineas FOUR-CLASS BREEDS
to remain on the grounds. This includes: fowl mites, lice, severe leg 188. Doves 191. Any Ornamental Fowl SECTION A: NETHERLAND DWARF
mites, respiratory / nasal discharges, etc. 189. Pigeons SECTION B: MINI REX
6. Exhibitors may attach a card with their name and price of stock for SECTION C: REX
sale only after the judging is complete. GAME BIRDS SECTION D: MINI LOP
7. Judging of poultry will be in accordance with the current Standard of Class No. SECTION E: HOLLAND LOP
Perfection. The judges decision shall be final 192. Golden Pheasants 194. Quail SECTION F: WOOLED BREEDS
8. Exhibitors are limited to one entry in any one class. 193. Any other Pheasants 195. Any other Gamebird SECTION G: NON-LISTED, FOUR-CLASS BREEDS
9. Open exhibits cannot be shown as youth exhibits. Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
10. All waterfowl MUST be leg banded for identification purposes. 11: OPEN CLASS - DIVISION C - TURKEYS Class No. (240-243)
11. Exhibitors are to provide their own food and water dishes and are to Premiums: 1st- $5.00, 2nd- $3.00 and 3rd- $2.00 240. Senior Buck, Over 6 Months
secure them tightly in the cages, so they do not spill. SECTION A -Young Hen (under 1 year) 241. Senior Doe, Over 6 Months
12. For the safety of your animals, the Small Animal Barn will be locked SECTION B -Young Tom (under 1 year) 242. Junior Buck, 3 - 6 Months
at night. Barn hours will be posted on the barn during Fair week. SECTION C-Old Hen (over 1 year) 243. Junior Doe, 3 - 6 Months
SECTION D - Old Tom (over 1 year)
11: DIVISION A - OPEN POULTRY SECTION E- Pair (1 Hen and 1 Tom -any age) DIVISION A - OPEN RABBITS:
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 Class No. SIX-CLASS BREEDS
210. Broad Breasted White 212. Royal Palm SECTION H: CALIFORNIAN
SECTION A - 1 Rooster (male bird 1 year or older) 211. Broad Breasted Bronze 213. Other Breeds SECTION I: NEW ZEALAND
SECTION B - 1 Hen (female bird 1 year or older) SECTION J: SATINS
SECTION C - 1 Cockerel (male bird less than 1 year) 11: OPEN CLASS - DIVISION D - WATERFOWL SECTION K: NON-LISTED SIX-CLASS BREEDS
SECTION D - 1 Pullet (female bird less than 1 year) Due to lack of space, only the first 50 birds will be accepted. All SECTION L: MIXED BREEDS
SECTION E - Old Trio (1 rooster and 2 hens) Waterfowl must be leg banded. Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
SECTION F -Young Trio (1 cockerel and 2 pullets) Premiums: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $3.00 and 3rd - $2.00 Class No.
SECTION G - Pair (rooster/hen or cockerel/pullet) SECTION A - Young Duck (female under 1 year) 245. Senior Buck, Over 8 Months
SECTION B -Young Drake (male under 1 year) 246. Senior Doe, Over 8 Months
MEDITERRANEAN SECTION C - Old Duck (female over 1 year) 247. Intermediate Buck, 6 - 8 Months
Class No. SECTION D- Old Drake (male over 1 year) 248. Intermediate Doe, 6 - 8 Months
140. Leghorn (all colors) 142. Buttercup Class No. 249. Junior Buck , 3 - 6 Months
141. Andalusian 143. Any other Mediterranean Breed 214. Pekin 221. Khaki Campbell 250. Junior Doe, 3 - 6 Months
215. Rouen 223. Bantam Duck
AMERICAN 219. Runner (all colors) 224. Others (not listed) DIVISION B - CAVIES
Class No. SECTION A: ABYSSINIAN
146. Plymouth Rock (all colors) 148. Wyandotte (all colors) 11: OPEN CLASS - DIVISION E - GEESE SECTION B: AMERICAN
147. Rhode Island Red 150. Any other American Breed Premiums: 1st- $5.00, 2nd- $3.00 and 3rd- $2.00 SECTION C: TEDDY
SECTION A - Young Goose (female under 1 year) SECTION D: LONG-HAIRED CAVIES
ENGLISH SECTION B -Young Gander (male under 1 year) Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
Class No. SECTION C - Old Goose (female over 1 year) Class No.
152. Orphington (all colors) 154. Australorp (all colors) SECTION D - Old Gander (male over 1 year) 251. Senior Boar, Over 32 oz.
153. Speckled Sussex 155. Any other English Breed Class No. 252. Senior Sow, Over 32 oz.
225. Toulouse 228. Chinese 253. Intermediate Boar, 22 - 32 oz.
ASIATIC 226. Embden 231 . Other (not listed) 254. Intermediate Sow, 22 - 32 oz.
Class No. 227. African 255. Junior Boar, 12 - 22 oz.
156. Brahmas (all colors) 158. Any other Asiatic Breed 6014. Best-In-Show Bird ................................................ Large Rosette 256. Junior Sow, 12 - 22 oz.
157. Cochins (all colors) 6015. Reserve-In-Show Bird .......................................... Large Rosette
CONTINENTAL 11: OPEN CLASS - DIVISION F - EGGS
Class No. Premiums: 1st - $3.00, 2nd - $2.00 and 3rd - $1.00
159. Polish 162. Any other Continental Breed 1 Dozen Eggs - all one color and from one species. Must be shown
160. Hamburgs in standard egg carton.

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GENERAL RULES are located before
DEPARTMENT 11 - OPEN CLASS POULTRY
OPEN
English rider, he / she may be a novice in English riding only. An SECTION E: ENGLISH EQUITATION SADDLE
DEPARTMENT 15: OPEN CLASS HORSES exhibitor cannot show more than 2 years in novice classes. OR HUNT SEAT
19. RIDERS AGE is determined by the age he / she is by January 1 of Premiums: 1st - $6.00; 2nd - $5.00; 3rd - $4.00
HORSE BARN RULES the current year. Exhibitors must be at least 6 years old and no older Class No.
Horse Barn Rules will be posted on the horse barns and will apply than 18 years old to show horses.. 117. English Equitation, 19 Years & Over
along with all other horse rules! 20. Coggins Test is required with Entry Form. 118. English Equitation, 15 - 18 Years
21. Shining Stars - Individuals that face daily challenges and have a 119. English Equitation, 10 - 14 Years
PROOF OF COGGINS TEST MANDATORY love for horses. 120. English Equitation, 6 - 9 Years
BEFORE UNLOADING 121. English Equitation, Novice
1. All Official Northern District Fair (NDF) Book Entry Forms for DIVISION A - OPEN CLASS HORSES 122. English Equitation, Shining Stars
members must be sent by last Sunday of July to the NORTHERN SECTION A: HALTER
DISTRICT FAIR P.O. BOX 131 CADILLAC, MI 49601 with a Premiums: 1st - $6.00; 2nd - $5.00; 3rd - $4.00 SECTION F: BAREBACK EQUITATION
copy of current coggins. Class No. Premiums: 1st - $6.00; 2nd - $5.00; 3rd - $4.00
2. Horses are required to be in assigned stalls by 6 p.m., entry-day Sunday, 100. Pony Halter, Under 56 104. English Halter Mares Class No.
and are required to be out no later than 2 p.m., Sunday, after Fair. 101. Mare & Foal at Halter 105. English Halter Geldings 123. Bareback Equitation, Open
3. All stalls must be cleaned daily to the middle of the aisleway by 10 102. Weanling at Halter 106. Western Halter Mares 124. Bareback Equitation, Novice
a.m. and 5 p.m. 103. Yearling at Halter 107. Western Halter Geldings
4. Periodic checks will be done on stalls for cleanliness and animal condition.
SECTION G: WESTERN PLEASURE
5. Horses must have water at all times and be fed no later than 9 p.m. SECTION B: SHOWMANSHIP Premiums: Not Applicable; 1st thru 6th Rosettes
6. No horses shall be brought in to replace another horse for any reason. Premiums: Not Applicable; 1st thru 6th Rosettes
7. Horses are required to be back in stalls at 9 p.m., unless requested by Class No.
Class No. 125. Western Pleasure, 19 Years & Over
a Vet to do otherwise. 6000. Showmanship, 19 Years & Over
8. Halters must be worn at all times by horses. 126. Western Pleasure, 15 - 18 Years
6001. Showmanship, 15 - 18 Years 127. Western Pleasure, 10 - 14 Years
9. No horses may be ridden between barns and ring, NOR shall 6002. Showmanship, 10 - 14 Years
any horse be out on the south end of the barns. 128. Western Pleasure, 6 - 9 Years
6003. Showmanship, 6 - 9 Years 129. Western Pleasure, Novice
10. TWO persons from a group MUST be in the barn at all times from 6004. Showmanship, Novice
1 p.m. to 10 p.m., EXCEPT on Tuesday and Thursday-time begins 130. Western Pleasure, Shining Stars
6005. Showmanship, Shining Stars
at 5 p.m. until 10 p.m.
11. Shoes / Boots are required to be worn at all times in the barn areas. SECTION H: WESTERN HORSEMANSHIP
SECTION C: LEAD LINE Premiums: 1st - $6.00; 2nd - $5.00; 3rd - $4.00
12. CLUB LEADERSSign-In Sheet required to be turned into Barn Premiums: Not Applicable; 1st thru 6th Rosettes
Superintendent. Each horse-barn participant is to Clean Walkways, Class No.
Class No. 131. Western Horsemanship, 19 Years & Over
Help People and Direct All Problems to Yvonne. 108. Lead Line, 8 years and under
13. Entry fee of $15 per horse is to be paid at time of pre-entry. 132. Western Horsemanship, 15 - 18 Years
14. The horse age shall be computed from January 1 of current year. 133. Western Horsemanship, 10 - 14 Years
SECTION D: PONY / ENGLISH PLEASURE 134. Western Horsemanship, 6 - 9 Years
15. All horses entering the grounds are to show proof of a negative
Coggins Test taken within the last 12 months of Fair. SADDLE OR HUNT SEAT 135. Western Horsemanship, Novice
16. No premium will be awarded when the animal is not worthy, even Premiums: Not Applicable; 1st thru 6th Rosettes 136. Western Horsemanship, Shining Stars
though there may be no competition. Class No.
17. Exhibitors may show two (2) horses, pending stall availability. 110. Pony Pleasure, All Ages Sec. I Barrels
18. Novice classes will be open to exhibitors of all ages, who are first- 111. English Pleasure, 19 Years & Over Class No.
year show persons in each section. NOTICE: Riding classes are 112. English Pleasure, 15 - 18 Years
137. Barrels 19 and over 140. Barrels 6-9
walk / trot; for example, if a person is in 2nd-Year Showmanship but 113. English Pleasure, 10 - 14 Years
138. Barrels 15-18 141. Barrels Novice
a 1st-Year rider, he / she may be a novice in the riding classes only. If 114. English Pleasure, 6 - 9 Years
115. English Pleasure, Novice 139. Barrels 10-14
a person has ridden Western for more than one year but is a 1st-Year
116. English Pleasure, Shining Stars

004. Dress, Adult, Cotton Blend 014. Slacks 065. Adult vest 078. Child slippers
GENERAL RULES 005. Dress, Evening 015. Sleepwear 066. Adult mittens 079. Child socks
006. Dress, Adult, Knit (Stretches) 016. Vest 067. Adult hat 080. Child sweater
FOR ALL ENTRIES 007. Jacket 017. Skirt 068. Adult scarf 081. Child scarf
008. Pant Suit (2 or 3 Piece) 018. Swimwear 069. Baby bonnet 082. Bed doll
009. Pet Clothes 019. Any Other Not Listed 070. Baby booties 083. Doll clothes
1. Pre-entry required on all exhibits. 071. Baby bunting 084. Pet clothes
2. PRE-ENTRY DEADLINE IS LAST SUNDAY OF JULY. SECTION B - WEARING APPAREL (Serger Machine) 072. Baby bib 085. Any other not listed
3. Entry fee $3.00 per 1 to 5 items, to be PAID at time of pre-entry. Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
4. Only one entry per class, per exhibitor. Class No. SECTION B - WEARING APPAREL (Knitting, Hand)
5. Individual entries may only be entered once for entire book. 030. Apron 039. Robe Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
6. Any Other Not Listed items may not DUPLICATE Class Numbers 031. Dress, Babys 040. Shirt, Cotton Blend Class No.
in that Section. 032. Dress, Childs 041. Shirt, Knit (Stretches) 090. Adult cape 103. Baby dress
7. All exhibits must be original and created / grown by the exhibitor. 033. Dress, Adult, Cotton Blend 042. Shorts 091. Adult shawl, shrug 104. Baby sweater
8. All exhibits must have been created within two years of fair. & must 034. Dress, Evening 043. Slacks 092. Adult slippers 105. Child cape
NOT have been shown previously; Exception: Collections, which 035. Dress, Adult, Knit (Stretches) 044. Sleepwear 093. Adult socks 106. Child hat
must have been improved on from previous year. 036. Jacket 045. Vest 094. Adult sweater 107. Child mittens
037. Pant Suit (2 or 3 Piece) 046. Skirt 095. Adult vest 108. Child slippers
038. Pet Clothes 047. Swimwear 096. Adult mittens 109. Child socks
DEPARTMENT 40: 048. Any Other Item Not Listed 097. Adult hat
098. Adult scarf
110. Child sweater
111. Child scarf
NEEDLEWORK 40 - DIVISION B - WEARING APPAREL 099. Baby bonnet 112. Bed doll
(CROCHET, KNIT, ETC.) 100. Baby booties 113. Doll clothes
40 - DIVISION A - WEARING APPAREL (SEWN) SPECIFIC RULES 101. Baby bunting 114. Pet clothes
SPECIFIC RULES Exhibits must be clean and complete. 102. Baby bib 115. Any other not listed
Exhibits must be clean and complete.
SECTION A - WEARING APPAREL (Crochet) SECTION C - WEARING APPAREL (Knitting, Machine)
SECTION A - WEARING APPAREL (Regular Machine) Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 Class No. Class No.
Class No. 060. Adult cape 073. Baby dress 120. Cape or Shawl 124. Mittens
000. Apron 010. Robe 061. Adult shawl, shrug 074. Baby sweater 121. Sweater 125. Socks
001. Doll Clothes 011. Shirt, Cotton Blend 062. Adult slippers 075. Child cape 122. Vest 126. Slippers
002. Dress, Babys 012. Shirt, Knit (Stretches) 063. Adult socks 076. Child hat 123. Hat 127. Any Other Not Listed
003. Dress, Childs 013. Shorts 064. Adult sweater 077. Child mittens

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GENERAL RULES are located before
DEPARTMENT 40: NEEDLEWORK
OPEN
40 - DIVISION C - NEEDLECRAFT SECTION I - SEWN (Household Items) SECTION B - QUICK BREADS AND MUFFINS
SPECIFIC RULES Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
Exhibits must be clean and complete. Class No. Class No.
340. Appliqued Item 345. Placemats 460. Bread, Oatmeal 466. Bread, Zucchini
SECTION A - QUILTS AND QUILTED ITEMS 341. Hand-Quilted Item 346. Purse 461. Bread, Corn 467. Muffins, Bran, 6
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 342. Machine-Quilted Item 347. Table Cloths 462. Bread, Date 468. Muffins, Corn , 6
Class No. 343. Pillow 348. Table Runner 463. Bread, Banana 469. Muffins, Whole Wheat, 6
140. Applique (Full Size or Larger) 145. Placemats 344. Pillow Case 349. Any Other Not Listed 464. Bread, Fruit 470. Any Other Not Listed
141. Baby Quilt 146. Table Runners 465. Bread, Nut
142. Block Design (Full Size / Larger) 147. Wall Hanging SECTION J - COUNTED-CROSS STITCH (CCS) AND
143. Crazy Quilt (Full Size or Larger) 148.Embroidered, Machine CLOTH NEEDLEPOINT SECTION C - SOURDOUGH PRODUCTS
144. Embroidered, Hand (Full Size / Larger) 149. Lap Quilt Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
150. Any Other Not Listed Class No. Class No.
370. Wall Hanging, 14 ct., 12 and under 475. Sourdough Bread, White 478. Sourdough Rolls
SECTION B - AFGHANS 371. Wall Hanging, 14 ct., over 12 476. Sourdough Bread, Rye 479. Any Other Not Listed
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 372. Wall Hanging, 18 ct., 12 and under 477. Sourdough French Loaves
Class No. 373. Wall Hanging, 18 ct., over 12
170. Ripple Crochet 176. Crocheted (Full Size) 374. Wall Hanging, Needlepoint, 12 and under SECTION D - COOKIES (6)
171. Afghan Stitch 177. Crocheted (Baby) 375. Wall Hanging, Needlepoint, over 12 Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
172. Granny Square 178. Hairpin Lace 376. Any Other Counted-Cross Stitch Not Listed Class No.
173. Broomstick Lace 179. Knitted (Baby) 376. Any Other Needlepoint Not Listed 485. Brownies 494. Any Bar Cookie
174. Lap robe, Knit or Crochet 180. Knitted (Full Size) 486. Chocolate Chip 495. Oatmeal
175. Ripple Knit 181. Any Other Not Listed SECTION K - KNITTING (Household Items) 487. Filled 496. Peanut Butter
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 488. Fruit 497. Sour Cream, Dropped
SECTION C - RUGS Class No. 489. Ice Box 498. Sour Cream, Rolled
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 380. Bed Doll 390. Hot Dish Mats 490. Molasses, Dropped 499. Sugar, Dropped
Class No. 381. Bed Spread 391. Pillow 491. Molasses, Rolled 500. Sugar, Rolled
200. Crocheted 203. Hooked 382. Buffet Sets 392. Pot Holders 492. No Bake, Chocolate 501. Any Other Not Listed
201. Knitted 204. Latch Hook 383. Chair Sets 393. Table Cloths 493. No Bake, Peanut Butter
202. Braided 205. Loom Woven 384. Dish Cloths 394. Table Runner
206. Any Other Not Listed 385. Doilies, under 12 395. Wall Hangings, under 12 SECTION E - CAKES: To be frosted unless stated differently.
386. Doilies, 12 - 36 396. Wall Hangings, 12 - 36 Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
SECTION D - TATTING (Household Items) 387. Doilies, over 36 397. Wall Hangings, over 36 Class No.
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 388. Dresser Scarves 398. Any Other Not Listed 510. Angel Food, Unfrosted 518. Devils Food
Class No. 389. Hankerchief Edgings 511. Applesauce 519. Fruit Cake, No Frosting
230. Bookmarks 239. Hankerchief Edging 512. Banana 520. German Chocolate
233. Christmas Ornaments 240. Jewelry SECTION L - CROCHETED (Household Items) 513. Cheese Cake, No Frosting 521. Glazed, Any
234. Collar / Sleeve Cuffs 241. Pillowcase Edging Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 514. Chiffon 522. Spice
238. Dresser Scarves 243. Stationery Class No. 515. Chocolate 523. White
244. Any Other Not Listed 410. Bed Doll 420. Hot Dish Mats 516. Cupcakes, Dark 524. Yellow
411. Bed Spread 421. Pillow 517. Cupcakes, Light 525. Any Other Not Listed
SECTION E - MACHINE KNITTTED (Household Items) 412. Buffet Sets 422. Pot Holders
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 413. Chair Sets 423. Table Cloths SECTION F - PIES
Class No. 414. Dish Cloths 424. Table Runner Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
260. Bedspread 264. Dishcloth 415. Doilies, under 12 425. Wall Hangings, under 12 Class No.
261. Pillow 265. Tablecloth 416. Doilies, 12 - 36 426. Wall Hangings, 12 - 36 530. Apple 537. Peach
262. Doily 266. Any Other Not Listed 417. Doilies, over 36 427. Wall Hangings, over 36 531. Blackberry 538. Pecan
263. Potholder 418. Dresser Scarves 428. Any Other Not Listed 532. Blueberry 539. Raisin
419. Hankerchief Edgings 533. Cherry 540. Raspberry
SECTION F - EMBROIDERY, HAND (Household Items) 534. Cream, Any 541. Rhubarb
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 535. Meringue, Any 542. Any Other Not Listed
536. Mincemeat
Class No.)
270. Doilies 277. Table Cloths, Thread
DEPARTMENT 41:
271. Pillow, Thread 278. Table Cloths, Cut Work CULINARY ARTS (FOOD) SECTION G - CAKE DECORATING
(MUST BE REALNO DUMMY CAKES)
272. Pillow, Crewel 279. Table Runner, Thread
273. Pillow Case, Thread 280. Table Runner, Cut Work 41 - DIVISION A - BAKED GOODS Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
274. Pillow Case, Cut Work 281. Wall Hanging Class No.
275. Place Mats, Thread 282. Towel SPECIFIC RULES 550. Wedding 553. Anniversary
276. Place Mats, Cut Work 283. Any Other Not Listed 1. Exhibits should be displayed in ziploc-style bags on paper plates. If 551. Baby 554. Holiday
item is too large, use plastic wrap or a see-through container. 552. Birthday 555. Novelty
SECTION G - EMBROIDERY, LIQUID (Household Items) 2. Exhibits must be whole cakes, pies or loaves and may be small size. 556. Any Other Not Listed
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 3. Mixer may not be used.
Class No. SECTION H - CANDY, 6
300. Doilies, Any size 304. Table Cloths SECTION A - YEAST PRODUCTS Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
301. Pillow 305. Table Runner Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 Class No.
302. Pillow Case 306. Wall Hanging Class No. 560. Caramels 565. Taffy
303. Place Mats 307. Any Other Not Listed 440. Bread, Cheese 448. Coffee Cake 561. Divinity 566. Fudge, Peanut Butter
SECTION H - EMBROIDERY, MACHINE (Household Items) 441. Bread, Cinnamon-Raisin 449. Doughnuts, 6 562. Fondant 567. Fudge, Chocolate
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 442. Bread, Multi-Grain 450. Muffins, English, 6 563. Hard Candy 568. Uncooked Candy
Class No. 443. Bread, Nut or Seed 451. Rolls, Cinnamon, 6 564. Peanut Brittle 569. Any Other Not Listed
330. Pillowcase 334. Tablecloth 444. Bread, Raisin 452. Rolls, Dinner, 6
331. Pillows 335. Towel 445. Bread, Rye 453. Rolls, Pecan, 6 SECTION I - MISCELLANEOUS BAKED GOODS
332. Table Runner 336. Doily 446. Bread, White 454. Rolls, Sweet, 6 Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
333. Placemat 337. Any Other Not Listed 447. Bread, Whole Wheat 455. Any Other Not Listed Class No.
575. Cream Puffs, Filled 578. Jelly Roll
576. Dairy Product, Any 579. Tarts, Filled, 6
577. Fried Cakes, Plain 580. Any Other Not Listed

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GENERAL RULES are located before
DEPARTMENT 40: NEEDLEWORK
OPEN
SECTION J - MISCELLANEOUS FOODS SECTION E - PICKLES, RELISHES AND SAUCES
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 DEPARTMENT 43:
Class No.
585. Beeswax, Best Display, 1 pound 589. Maple Sugar, 1/2 pound
Class No.
710. Pickles, Beet 717. Relish, Cucumber
HOBBIES, CRAFTS & CREATIVE ART
586. Dairy Product, Any 590. Maple Syrup, 1 pint 711. Pickles, Bread and Butter 718. Sauce, Plum 43 - DIVISION A
587. Honey, in Comb, 1/2 pound 591. Yogurt, Any 712. Pickles, Cucumber, Sour 719. Sauce, Catsup
588. Honey, Strained, 1/2 pound 592. Any Other Not Listed 713. Pickles, Cucumber, Sweet 720. Sauce, Chili SPECIFIC RULES
714. Pickles, Dill 721. Sauce, Spaghetti 1. Scarecrow Competition must be free standing or able to sit in a

715. Pickles, Mixed 722. Sauce, Tomato folding chair.
41 - DIVISION B - CANNED GOODS
716. Relish, Corn 723. Any Other Not Listed
Northern District Fair Canning Rules SECTION A - SCARECROW COMPETITION
SECTION F - MEATS Premiums: 1st - $30; 2nd - $20; 3rd - $10
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 Class No.
1. NO SEALING JAMS AND JELLIES WITH PARAFFIN
Class No. 825. Any Scarecrow
WAX. Pickles must be prepared with vinegar of 5 percent acetic
740. Beef 743. Pork
acid (50-grain vinegar).
741. Chicken 744. Wild Meat (Any) SECTION B - BASKET WEAVING
2. Recommended that head space should be increased from 1 to
742. Mincemeat 745. Any Other Not Listed Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
1-1/2 inches for pressure-canned products or 1/2 inch for water-
bathed products and 1/4 inch for jams and jellies. Any food, which Class No.
SECTION G - MISCELLANEOUS CANNING 826. Basket, under 6 828. Basket, over 12
is boiling-water bathed for less than 10 minutes, should be put in
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 827. Basket, 6 - 12 829. Any Other Not Listed
sterilized jars.
Class No.
3. All canned goods are to be labeled with 1) Product Name,
760. Chili, Any 764. Soup, Creamed, Any SECTION C - MACRAME
2) Process Method, 3) Process Time and 4) Date of Processing.
761. Chili, Wild Meat 765. Soup, Meat, Any Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
4. Kerr or Ball Canning jars MUST be used.
762. Soup, Bean with Ham 766. Soup, Vegetables. Any Class No.
5. CANNED GOODS MUST NOT BE OVER ONE-YEAR OLD.
763. Soup, Chicken Noodle 767. Any Other Not Listed 835. Plant Hanger 836. Wall Hanging
6. Exhibitors must accept the fact that jars may be opened for judging.
7. For more specific information use the following website www.uga. 837. Any Other Not Listed
SECTION H - SPECIAL DISPLAYS OF CANNED GOODS SECTION D - PLASTIC NEEDLEPOINT/CANVAS
edu.nchfp/index.html
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
Class No. Class No.
SECTION A - FRUITS
770. Fruit, 6 Varieties 775. Jams, 6 Varieties 841. Placemat 843. Coasters
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
771. Fruit/Vegetable, 6 Varieties 776. Jellies, 6 Varieties 842. Tissue Cover 844. Holiday Decorations
Class No
772. Vegetable, 6 Varieties 777. Jams/Jellies, 6 Varieties 845. Any Other Not Listed
600. Applesauce 608. Rhubarb
773. Meat, 4 Varieties 778. Any Other Not Listed
601. Cherries, Sweet 609. Pears
774. Pickles, 4 Varieties SECTION E - DOLLS
602. Cherries, Tart 610. Plums
603. Peaches 611. Apples Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
604. Blueberries 612. Boysenberries Class No.
605. Blackberries 613. Apricots DEPARTMENT 42: 851. Cloth Doll 853. Rag
606. Red Raspberries
607. Strawberries
614. Huckleberries
615. Any Other Not Listed
FINE ARTS 852. Yarn Doll 854. Any Other Not Listed

SECTION F - CERAMICS
42 - DIVISION A
SECTION B - VEGETABLES Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 Class No.
SPECIFIC RULES
Class No 860. Ceramic Glaze 865. Ceramic holiday - any other
1. All exhibits must be suitably framed with WIRE firmly attached for hanging.
630. Asparagus 638. Peppers, Any Variety 861. Ceramic Glaze with underglaze 866. Ceramic stain
2. ONLY ENTRIES WITH WIRE FIRMLY ATTACHED FOR
631. Beans, Green 639. Squash 862. Ceramic holiday - Halloween 867. Ceramic stain - dry brush
HANGING WILL BE JUDGED. If you need help, please ask.
632. Beans, Yellow 640. Tomatoes 863. Ceramic holiday - Thanksgiving 868. Ceramic stain - translucent
3. Both Frames, Paintings & Drawings must be ABSOLUTELY DRY.
633. Carrots 641. Beets 864. Ceramic holiday - Christmas 869. Any Other Not Listed
4. All exhibits must have been made by exhibitor and be original.
634. Corn 642. Cabbage
635. Potatoes 643. Peas SECTION G - PAINTINGS
SECTION A - PAINTINGS AND DRAWING
636. Pumpkin 644. Any Other Not Listed (FINE ART-TYPE PAINTING: See Dept F42, Div A, Sect A)
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
637. Sauerkraut Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
Class No.
Class No.
781. Drawing, people (pencil) 801. Acrylics, still life
SECTION C - CONSERVES, JAMS AND JELLIES 876. Country Painting on Cloth 881. Painting on Glass
782. Drawing, people (colored pencil) 802. Acrylics, animals
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 877. Country Painting on Metal 882. Tole Painting on Metal
783. Drawing, people (charcoal) 803. Acrylics, buildings
Class No. 878. Country Painting on Wood 883. Tole Painting on Trivet
784. Drawing, people (ink) 804. Acrylics, portraits
660. Apple Butter 672. Raspberry Jam (Seedless) 879. Paint By Number 884. Tole Painting on Wood
785. Drawing, scenery (pencil) 805. Pastels, people
661. Apple Jelly 673. Raspberry Jelly 880. Painting on China 885. Any Other Not Listed
786. Drawing, scenery (colored pencil) 806. Pastels, scenery
662. Blackberry Jam 674. Strawberry Jam 787. Drawing scenery (charcoal) 807. Pastels, still life
663. Blackberry Jam (Seedless) 675. Strawberry Jam (Seedless) SECTION H - WOOD
788. Drawing scenery (ink) 808. Pastels, animals
664. Blackberry Jelly 676. Strawberry Conserves Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
789. Drawing, still life (pencil) 809. Pastels, buildings
665. Grape Jam 677. Blueberry Jam Class No.
790. Drawing, still life (colored pencil) 810. Pastels, portraits
666. Grape Jelly 678. Apricot Jam 890. Wood Carving 892. Woodworking - Furniture
791. Drawing, still life (charcoal) 811. Watercolor, people
667. Peach Jam 679. Cherry Jam 891. Wood Burning 893. Any Other Not Listed
792. Drawing, still life (ink) 812. Watercolor, scenery
668. Peach Conserves 679. Cherry Jam 793. Oils, people 813. Watercolor, still life
669. Pear Conserves 680. Rhubarb Jam SECTION I - HOLIDAY DECORATIONS
794. Oils, scenery 814. Watercolor, animals
670. Plum Jam 681. Any Other Jam Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
795. Oils, still life 815. Watercolor, buildings
671. Raspberry Jam 682. Any Other Jelly Class No.
796. Oils, animals 816. Watercolor, portraits
896. Christmas 899. Thanksgiving
797. Oils, buildings 817. Mixed Media
SECTION D - JUICES 897. Halloween 900. Valentines Day
798. Oils, portrahs 818. Computer Creation
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 898. Independence Day 901. Easter
799. Acrylics, people 819. Any Other Not Listed
Class No. 902. Any Other Not Listed
800. Acrylics, scenery
690. Apple 694. Tomato
691. Berry, Any Flavor 695. Vegetable, Any SECTION J - COLLECTIONS (6 or more items)
SECTION B - SCULPTURE AND POTTERY
692. Mixed Fruit 696. Mixed Vegetable Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
693. Grape 697. Cherry Class No. (G120-G169)
Class No.
698. Any Other Not Listed 906. Bottle Caps 923. Magnets
820. Pottery, Any 822. Any Other Not Listed
907. Bottles 924. Matchbooks
821. Sculpture, Any
908. Business Cards 925. Miniatures

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GENERAL RULES are located before
DEPARTMENT 40: NEEDLEWORK
OPEN
909. Buttons 926. Models SECTION B - FRUITS
910. Cans 927. Pencils SECTION B - COLOR Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
911. Caps and Hats 928. Pens Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 Class No.
912. Cards, Any Type 929. Pins Class No. 1115. Apple, Baldwin (4) 1125. Blueberries (pint)
913. Cars 930. Post Cards 1021. Action 1030. Landscapes 1116. Apple, Crabapple (8) 1126. Cherries, Sweet (pint)
914. Coins 931. Rag Dolls 1022. Animals 1031. People 1117. Apple, Duchess (4) 1127. Cherries, Tart (pint)
915. Colored Pencils 932. Salt & Pepper Shakers 1023. Birds 1032. Plants 1118. Apple, Golden Delicious (4) 1128. Grapes, 2 bunches
916. Comic Books 933. Sea Shells 1024. Buildings 1033. Seascapes 1119. Apple, Jonathon (4) 1129. Peaches, Any (4)
917. Dolls 934. Sports Cards 1025. Close-Ups 1034. Special Effects 1120. Apple, McIntosh (4) 1130. Plums (4)
918. Erasers 935. Stamps 1026. Collages 1035. Sunrises 1121. Apple, Red Delicious (4) 1131. Raspberries (pint)
919. Figurines, Any 936. Stickers 1027. Computer 1036. Sunsets 1122. Apple, Winsap (4) 1132. Strawberries (pint)
920. Hot-Wheels-Type Collection 937. Stones 1028. Experimental 1037. Any Other Not Listed 1123. Apple, Yellow Transparent (4) 1133. Boysenberries
921. Insects 938. Trucks 1029. Flowers 1124. Blackberries (pint) 1134. Rhubarb
922. Keys 939. Any Other Not Listed 1135. Any Other Not Listed

SPECIFIC RULES DEPARTMENT 45: SECTION C - FARM CROPS


1. Collections must contain at least 6 items. ANTIQUES Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
Class No.
2. May enter Collection each year, but it must be upgraded / enhanced.
45 - DIVISION A 1141. Bale, Alfalfa 1149. Oats, Any (1 pint)
SECTION K - CREATIVE CRAFT 1142. Bale, Any 1150. Rye, Any (1 pint)
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 SPECIFIC RULES 1143. Barley, Any (1 pint) 1151. Sheaf, Oat
Class No. 1. Exhibit must be 50-years old or older. 1144. Corn, Indian (3 ears) 1152. Sheaf, Wheat
945. Beadwork 962. Popsicle Stick Art 2. Every precaution for the care and safety of the exhibit will be 1145. Corn, Popcorn (3 ears) 1153. Small Grain, Any (1 pint)
946. Button Art 963. Recycled Product Art taken; Fair Management will NOT be responsible for loss, theft, 1146. Corn, Standing Field (1) 1154. Wheat, Any (1 pint)
947. Candlemaking 964. Scrapbooking injury or damage to any exhibit, as per General Rules. 1147. Corn, White Dent (3 ears) 1155. Any Other Not Listed
965. Seed Art 3. Entry may only be displayed at Northern District Fair once per 3 1148. Corn, Yellow Dent (3 ears)
949. Collage 966. Shell Art years.
950. Decoupage 967. Soap Carving SECTION D - HERBS
951. Foam Art 968. Stained Glass SECTION A Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
952. Holiday Decoration 969. String Art Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 Class No.
953. Holiday Ornament 970. Stuffed Animals Class No. 1161. Catnip 1164. Horseradish
954. Jewelry 971. Wire Art 1045. Christmas Ornaments (2+) 1052. Photographs 1162. Dill 1165. Mixed Herbs
955. Leatherworking 972. Woodworking 1046. Cookie Jar 1053. Postcards (5 or more) 1163. Hops 1166. Any Other Not Listed
956. Model, Art 973. Wreaths 1047. Cream and Sugar 1054. Salt and Pepper
957. Nature Art 974. Card Making 1048. Cup and Saucer 1055. Shaving Mug
958. Paint By Number
959. Painted Rock
975. Fish, Fly Tying 1049. Dishes (One Place Setting) 1056. Toy DEPARTMENT 47:
976. Colored Pencil by Number
960. Pine Cone Art 977. Taxidermy
1050. Hometown Memorabilia
1051. Marbles (5 or more)
1057. Quilt
1058. Books FLORICULTURE
961. Paper Mache 978. Toothpick Art Structure 1059. Any Other Not Listed
47 - DIVISION A
SECTION L - LITERARY SPECIFIC RULES
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 1. All VASES must be 2 INCHES IN DIAMETER OR LARGER.
Class No. DEPARTMENT 46: 2. Fillers, such as foreign foliage and/or other flowers, ONLY
985. Prose (2 pages or less)
986. Poetry (2 pages or less)
AGRICULTURE ALLOWED in special arrangements.
3. Supports, such as frogs, wires, oasis, tape, etc., may be used in
987. News Story (Personal-/Community-Related and Newsworthy) all categories.
46 - DIVISION A 4. Vases will NOT be considered when judging. Exhibitor may use a
988. Short Story (300 words or less)
989. Long Story (300 words or more) quart/pint jar for vase, with the exception of minitures.
SPECIFIC RULES 5. Entry tags are to be secured to container, NOT TO FLOWERS.
990. Journal 991. Geneology/Family Tree
1. Exhibit should look as if you are selling your produce; bigger is not 6. Weight of exhibit should NOT EXCEED 25 pounds!
necessarily better.
2. Exhibits should be displayed in ziploc-style bags on paper plates. If SECTION A - FRESH FLOWERS
item is too large, use plastic wrap or a see-through box. Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
DEPARTMENT 44: 3. Look for uniformity in multiple items. Class No.
PHOTOGRAPHY SECTION A - VEGETABLES
1170. Babys Breath
1171. Cosmos
1181. Sweet Pea
1182. Zinnia, Small
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 1172. Dahlias 1183. Zinnia, Large
44 - DIVISION A Class No. 1173. Daisies 1184. Bachelor Buttons
1065. Beans, Green (1 pint) 1087. Peas in pods (1 pint) 1174. Gladiolas (4 or more colors) 1185. Carnation
SPECIFIC RULES 1066. Beans, Navy (1 pint) 1088. Peppers, Green, Hot (3)
1. All exhibits must be suitably framed with WIRE firmly attached for 1175. Hollyhocks 1186. Petunias, Single
1067. Beans, Soy (1 pint) 1089. Peppers, Green, Sweet (3) 1176. Lillies 1187. Petunias, Double
hanging. 1068. Beans, Wax (1 pint) 1090. Peppers, Red, Hot (3)
2. ONLY ENTRIES WITH WIRE FIRMLY ATTACHED FOR 1177. Marigolds, Small 1188. Snapdragon
1069. Turnips 1091. Peppers, Red, Sweet (3) 1178. Marigolds, Large 1189. Asters
HANGING WILL BE JUDGED. If you need help, please ask. 1070. Beets (3 roots) 1092. Potato, Pontiac (4)
3. All photographs must have been taken by exhibitor. 1179. Phlox 1190. Sweet William
1071. Broccoli (1 bunch) 1093. Potato, Russet (4) 1180. Roses (3 or more) 1191. Any Other Not Listed
1072. Cabbage, Ballhead (1 head) 1094. Potato, Yukon Gold (4)
SECTION A - BLACK AND WHITE 1073. Cabbage, Early (1 head) 1095. Pumpkin (1)
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 SECTION B - DRIED FLOWERS
1074. Cabbage, Red (1 head) 1096. Radishes (1 bunch) Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
Class No. 1075. Carrots (3) 1097. Squash, Summer (1)
1000. Action 1009. Landscapes Class No.
1076. Cauliflower (1 head) 1098. Squash, Table Queen (1) 1196. Babys Breath 1199. Straw Flower
1001. Animals 1010. People 1077. Cucumber, Pickling (3) 1099. Squash, Zucchini (1)
1002. Birds 1011. Plants 1197. Chinese Lantern 2000. Any Other Not Listed
1078. Cucumber, Slicing (3) 1100. Sunflowers (2 heads) 1198. Money Plant
1003. Buildings 1012. Seascapes 1079. Eggplants (3) 1101. Sweet Corn (4 ears)
1004. Close-Ups 1013. Special Effects 1080. Lettuce, Head (1 bunch) 1102. Tomatoes, Cherry (4)
1005. Collages 1014. Sunrises SECTION C - COLLECTIONS (6 or More, Unless Noted)
1081. Lettuce, Leaf (1 bunch) 1103. Tomatoes, Red (4) Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
1006. Computer 1015. Sunsets 1082. Melon, Muskmelon (1) 1104. Tomatoes, Roma (4)
1007. Experimental 1016. Any Other Not Listed Class No.
1083. Melon, Watermelon (1) 1105. Tomato, Pear 1205. Aster 1209. Roses, 3 or More
1008. Flowers 1084. Onion, Green (4-inch bunch) 1106. Tomatoes, Yellow 1206. Dahlias 1210. Mixed Annuals
1085. Onion, White Globe (1 quart) 1107. Tomatoes, Grape 1207. Gladiolus 1211. Mixed Perennial
1086. Onion, Yellow Globe (1 quart) 1108. Any Other Not Listed 1208. Phlox 1212. Any Other Not Listed

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GENERAL RULES are located before
DEPARTMENT 40: NEEDLEWORK
OPEN
SECTION D - ARRANGEMENTS SPECIFIC RULES , which apply to Department 92 Class No.
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 can be found in Departments 40 - 49. 1420. Bars, Any, (6) 1425. Cupcakes, (6)
Class No. 1421. Brownies, Any, (6) 1426. Muffins, (6)
1216. Artistic, Any 1220. Flower, Cut, Variety 1422. Cakes, Any 1427. Quick Breads
1217. Basket, Any 1221. Flower, Dried DEPARTMENT 92: 1423. Candy, Any, (6) 1428. Pies
1218. Bowl, Any 1222. Novelty, Any
1219. Flower, Cut, Single Species 1223. Any Other Not Listed
SENIORS (62 YEARS AND OLDER) 1424. Cookies, Any, (6) 1429. Any Other Not Listed

92 - DIVISION A SECTION C - GARDEN EXHIBITS


Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
DEPARTMENT 48: SECTION A - NEEDLEWORK, FINE ARTS & FOLK ARTS Class No.
1440. Beans 1448. Potatoes
HORTICULTURE Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
Class No. 1441. Beets 1449. Tomatoes
1300. Afghan, Crocheted 1320. Painting, Mixed Media 1442. Carrots 1450. Apples
48 - DIVISION A 1443. Corn 1451. Berries
1301. Afghan, Knitted 1321. Painting, Oil
1302. Ceramics 1322. Painting, Pastel 1444. Cucumber 1452. Flowers, Cut
SPECIFIC RULES 1445. Lettuce 1453. House Plant
1. Supports, such as frogs, wires, oasis, tape, etc., may be used in 1303. Counted-Cross Stitch, Any 1333. Painting, Watercolor
1304. Crochet Item, not Afghan 1334. Photography, Blk & Wht 1446. Peas 1454. Any Other Not Listed
all categories. 1447. Peppers
2. Entry tags are to be secured to container, NOT TO PLANTS. 1305. Dolls 1335. Photography, Color
3. Weight of exhibit should NOT EXCEED 25 pounds! 1306. Drawing, Charcoal 1336. Pottery
1307. Drawing, Colored Pencil 1337. Quilt Item, Bedspread Sz SECTION D - PAINTING AND DRAWING
1308. Drawing, Ink 1338. Quilt Item, Wall Hanging Sz Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
SECTION A - POTTED PLANTS Class No.
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 1309. Drawing, Pencil 1339. Rug, Crocheted
1470. Acrylic 1475. Marker
Class No. 1310. Embroidered Item, Hand 1340. Rug, Knitted
1471. Colored Pencil 1476. Oil
1226. Baby Tears 1236. Impatiens, Any 1311. Embroidered Item, Machine 1341. Rug, Loom Woven
1472. Coloring Book Picture 1477. Pencil
1227. Aloe Vera 1237. Jade Plant 1312. Knit Item, Hand, not Afghan 1342. Sculpture 1473. Crayon 1478. Watercolor
1228. Azalea 1238. Norfolk Pine 1313. Knit Item, Machine, not Afghan 1343. Sewing Clothing 1474. Finger Paints 1479. Any Other Not Listed
1229. Begonia, Any 1239. Philodendron 1314. Literary, Long Story, 300+ words 1344. Sewing, Not Clothing
1230. Shamrock 1240. Ivy 1315. Literary, News Story, Personal-, 1345. Tatting, Any SECTION E - PHOTOGRAPHY, LITERARY, SCULPTURE
1231. Crown of Thorns 1241. African Violets, Single Community-Related & Newsworthy 1346. Weaving, Any Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
1232. Fern, Any 1242. African Violets, Double 1316. Literary, Poetry, 2 pgs. or less 1347. Woodworking Class No.
1233. Fuchsia 1243. Cactus Christmas 1317. Literary, Prose, 2 pgs. or less 1348. Any Other Not Listed 1490. Photography, B&W, Animals 1496. Photography, Collage
1234. Geranium 1244. Cactus, Other 1318. Literary, Short Story, 300 wrds or less 1491. Photography, B&W, Landscape 1497. Poetry, (2 pgs or less)
1235. Gloxzinia 1245. Geraniums 1319. Painting, Acrylic 1492. Photography, B&W, People 1498. Prose, (2 pgs or less)
1246. Any Other Not Listed 1493. Photography, Color, Animals 1499. Sculpture
SECTION B - BAKING AND CANDY 1494. Photography, Color, Landscape 1500. Any Other Not Listed
SECTION B - HANGING PLANTS Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 1495. Photography, Color, People
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 Class No.
Class No. 1350. Bread, Quick, Any 1357. Cookies, Rolled (6) SECTION F - CREATIVE CRAFT
1251. Wondering Jew 1254. Philodendron 1351. Bread, Yeast, Any 1358. Muffins, Any (6 or more) Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
1252. Fern, Any 1255. Spider Plant 1352. Cake, Decorated 1359. Rolls, Any (6 or more) Class No.
1253. Ivy, Any 1256. Any Other Not Listed 1353. Cake, Frosted 1360. Candy, Fudge (6) 1510. Basket Weaving 1520. Painted Rocks
1354. Cookies, Bar (6) 1361. Candy, Hard (6) 1511. Beadwork 1521. Pine Cone Art
1355. Cookies, Drop (6) 1362. Candy, Taffy (6) 1512. Button Art 1522. Plaster Art
1356. Cookies, No Bake (6) 1363. Any Other Not Listed
DEPARTMENT 49: 1513. Candles
1514. Collage
1523. Popsicle Stick Art
1524. Seed Art
ORGANIZATIONS SECTION C - CANNING
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
1515. Jewelry 1525. Shell Art
1516. Leatherworking 1526. String Art
49 - DIVISION A Class No. 1517. Lego Art 1527. Woodworking
1375. Fruit 1378. Meats 1518. Model Art 1528. Any Other Not Listed
SPECIFIC RULES 1376. Jams, Jellies, Conserves 1379. Pickled Foods, Relishes 1519. Paint By Number
1. Exhibits will be scored on the following basis: neatness, arrangement 1377. Juice 1380. Vegetable
quality, quantity, originality and application to Organization. 1381. Any Other Not Listed SECTION G - COLLECTIONS (6 or more items)
2. Must fit on 6 foot by 8 foot table, already at facility. Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
Class No.
SECTION A - OPEN TO SOCIETIES, SENIOR CITIZEN SPECIFIC RULES , which apply to Department 93 1540. Bottle Caps 1553. Magnets
CLUBS, GRANGES, FARM BUREAUS AND OTHER can be found in Departments 40 - 49. 1541. Bottles 1554. Matchbooks
ORGANIZATIONS. 1542. Cans 1555. Models
Premiums: 1st - $4.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $2.00 1543. Caps and Hats 1556. Patches / Badges
1544. Cards, Any Type 1557. Pencils
Class No.
1265. Table Display
DEPARTMENT 93: 1545. Coins 1558. Pens
SPECIAL NEEDS / RESOURCE ROOM 1546. Colored Pencils
1547. Comic Books
1559. Pins
1560. Sea Shells
SECTION B - Open to all who DONATED items to
Charities, Organizations Churches and Other / I.S.D. PROGRAM 1548. Dolls 1561. Stamps
1549. Erasers 1562. Stickers
Community Organizations. 1550. Figurines, Any 1563. Stones
These are items you have created, painted, crocheted, knitted, sewn 93 - DIVISION A:
AGES 3 THROUGH 12 - SPECIAL NEEDS 1551. Hot-Wheels-Type Collection 1564. Any Other Not Listed
OR projects, such as woodworking, which you have given locally to 1552. Keys
enhance the lives of others in our community. Our intent is to recognize
the giving of your talents and how they have positively affected our SECTION A - NEEDLEWORK
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 93 - DIVISION B:
community. AGES 13 THROUGH 26 - SPECIAL NEEDS
1. Provide photo of donated item(s), if available. Class No.
2. List the organization to which you donated your item; and explain 1400. Crocheted, Afghan 1406. Macrame
1401. Crocheted Item, Not Afghan 1407. Needlepoint SECTION A - NEEDLEWORK
what the item was and the purpose for the donation, for example, Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
donated a crocheted afghan, given to a local church for a family that 1402. Counted-Cross Stitch, Any 1408. Sewing Clothing
1403. Embroidered Item, Hand 1409. Sewing, Not Clothing Class No.
had been burned out. 1600. Crochet, Afghan 1606. Macrame
1404. Knit, Afghan 1410. Stuffed Animals, Any
1405. Knit Item, Not Afghan 1411. Any Other Not Listed 1601. Crochet Item, Not Afghan 1607. Needlepoint
Premiums: 1st - $4.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $2.00 1602. Counted-Cross Stitch, Any 1608. Sewing Clothing
Class No. 1603. Embroidered Item, Hand 1609. Sewing, Not Clothing
1266. Table Display SECTION B - FOODS
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 1604. Knit, Afghan 1610. Stuffed Animals, Any
1605. Knit Item, Not Afghan 1611. Any Other Not Listed

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GENERAL RULES are located before
DEPARTMENT 40: NEEDLEWORK
OPEN
SECTION B - FOODS
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 SECTION G - COLLECTIONS (6 or more items) SECTION D - PAINTING AND DRAWING
Class No. Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
1630. Bars, Any, (6) 1635. Cupcakes, (6) Class No. Class No.
1631. Brownies, Any, (6) 1636. Muffins, (6) 1750. Bottle Caps 1763. Magnets 1880. Acrylic 1886. Oil
1632. Cakes, Any 1637. Quick Breads 1751. Bottles 1764. Matchbooks 1881. Colored Pencil 1887. Paint By Number
1633. Candy, Any, (6) 1638. Pies 1752. Cans 1765. Models 1882. Coloring Book Picture 1888. Pencil
1634. Cookies, Any, (6) 1639. Any Other Not Listed 1753. Caps and Hats 1766. Patches / Badges 1883. Crayon 1889. Watercolor
1754. Cards, Any Type 1767. Pencils 1884. Finger Paints 1890. Any Other Not Listed
SECTION C - GARDEN EXHIBITS 1755. Coins 1768. Pens 1885. Marker
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 1756. Colored Pencils 1769. Pins
Class No. 1757. Comic Books 1770. Sea Shells SECTION E - PHOTOGRAPHY, LITERARY, SCULPTURE
1650. Beans 1658. Potatoes 1758. Dolls 1771. Stamps Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
1651. Beets 1659. Tomatoes 1759. Erasers 1772. Stickers Class No.
1652. Carrots 1660. Apples 1760. Figurines, Any G473. Stones 1900. Photography, B&W, Animals 1906. Photography, Collage
1653. Corn 1661. Berries 1761. Hot-Wheels-Type Collection 1774. Any Other Not Listed 1901. Photography, B&W, Landscape 1907. Poetry, (2 pgs or less)
1654. Cucumber 1662. Flowers, Cut 1762. Keys 1902. Photography, B&W, People 1908. Prose, (2 pgs or less)
1655. Lettuce 1663. House Plant 1903. Photography, Color, Animals 1909. Sculpture
1656. Peas 1664. Any Other Not Listed 93 - DIVISION C: 1904. Photography, Color, Landscape 1910. Any Other Not Listed
1657. Peppers AGES 27 AND OLDER - SPECIAL NEEDS 1905. Photography, Color, People
SECTION D - PAINTING AND DRAWING
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 SECTION A - NEEDLEWORK SECTION F - CREATIVE CRAFT
Class No. Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
1680. Acrylic 1686. Oil Class No. Class No.
1681. Colored Pencil 1687. Paint By Number 1800. Crochet, Afghan 1806. Macrame 1920. Basket Weaving 1929. Painted Rocks
1682. Coloring Book Picture 1688. Pencil 1801. Crochet Item, Not Afghan 1807. Needlepoint 1921. Beadwork 1930. Pine Cone Art
1683. Crayon 1689. Watercolor 1802. Counted-Cross Stitch, Any 1808. Sewing Clothing 1922. Button Art 1931. Plaster Art
1684. Finger Paints 1690. Any Other Not Listed 1803. Embroidered Item, Hand 1809. Sewing, Not Clothing 1923. Candles 1932. Popsicle Stick Art
1685. Marker 1804. Knit, Afghan 1810. Stuffed Animals, Any 1924. Collage 1933. Seed Art
1805. Knit Item, Not Afghan 1811. Any Other Not Listed 1925. Jewelry 1934. Shell Art
SECTION E - PHOTOGRAPHY, LITERARY, SCULPTURE 1926. Leatherworking 1935. String Art
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 SECTION B - FOODS 1927. Lego Art . Woodworking
Class No. Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 1928. Model Art 1937. Any Other Not Listed
1700. Photography, B&W, Animals 1706. Photography, Collage Class No.
1701. Photography, B&W, Landscape 1707. Poetry, (2 pgs or less) 1830. Bars, Any, (6) 1835. Cupcakes, (6) SECTION G - COLLECTIONS (6 or more items)
1702. Photography, B&W, People 1708. Prose, (2 pgs or less) 1831. Brownies, Any, (6) 1836. Muffins, (6) Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
1703. Photography, Color, Animals 1709. Sculpture 1832. Cakes, Any 1837. Quick Breads Class No.
1704. Photography, Color, Landscape 1710. Any Other Not Listed 1833. Candy, Any, (6) 1838. Pies 1950. Bottle Caps 1963. Magnets
1705. Photography, Color, People 1834. Cookies, Any, (6) 1839. Any Other Not Listed 1951. Bottles 1964. Matchbooks
1952. Cans 1965. Models
SECTION F - CREATIVE CRAFT 1953. Caps and Hats 1966. Patches / Badges
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 SECTION C - GARDEN EXHIBITS 1954. Cards, Any Type 1967. Pencils
Class No. Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 1955. Coins 1968. Pens
1720. Basket Weaving 1729. Painted Rocks Class No. 1956. Colored Pencils 1969. Pins
1721. Beadwork 1730. Pine Cone Art 1850. Beans 1858. Potatoes 1957. Comic Books 1970. Sea Shells
1722. Button Art 1731. Plaster Art 1851. Beets 1859. Tomatoes 1958. Dolls 1971. Stamps
1723. Candles 1732. Popsicle Stick Art 1852. Carrots 1860. Apples 1959. Erasers 1972. Stickers
1724. Collage 1733. Seed Art 1853. Corn 1861. Berries 1960. Figurines, Any 1973. Stones
1725. Jewelry 1734. Shell Art 1854. Cucumber 1862. Flowers, Cut 1961. Hot-Wheels-Type Collection 1974. Any Other Not Listed
1726. Leatherworking 1735. String Art 1855. Lettuce 1863. House Plant 1962. Keys
1727. Lego Art 1736. Woodworking 1856. Peas 1864. Any Other Not Listed
1728. Model Art 1737. Any Other Not Listed 1857. Peppers

YOUTH PROJECT RULES


YOUTH PROJECT RULES for bedding. All stalls and pens must be cleaned by 10 a.m. and 6:30 (EXCEPTION: beef, which is ONLY 9 years);
p.m., daily. B. Intermediate Showmanship, which is ages 10 years to 14 years
1. All Official Northern District Fair (NDF) Book Entry Forms for 7. Anyone participating in Fair-sponsored activity, who is caught in the C. Senior Showmanship, which is 15 years to 18 years.
members must be sent to the NORTHERN DISTRICT FAIR P.O. act of theft or vandalism, who is caught with illegal drugs or alcohol NOTE: Age categories are determined by January 1 of current Fair year.
BOX 131 CADILLAC, MI 49601 or who is involved in such other offenses, shall have their parents 13. All livestock must be the bona fide property of the exhibitor at the
2. PRE-ENTRY DEADLINE IS LAST SUNDAY OF JULY. sumoned immediately to the fairgrounds and appropriate action will time of entry in all classes.
3. This department is open to all members of regularly organized clubs; be taken. 14. Record Books must be turned in to the Livestock Superintendent by
and members will be eligible to exhibit only in those projects, which 8. Exhibitors are not entitled to draw more than one money in any one Noon on Thursday, or you will forfeit 10% of your market check and
they are currently enrolled by their local leader or advisor. class. NO MORE THAN ONE ENTRY WILL BE ACCEPTED 10% of your premium check. MUST BE COMPLETE.
4. MEMBERS MUST BE 6 YEARS OF AGE, AS OF JANUARY 1 FROM ANY ONE EXHIBITOR IN ANY ONE CLASS, UNLESS 15. The championship awards will be given at the discreation of the
OF CURRENT FAIR YEAR, IN ORDER TO EXHIBIT AT THE DEPARTMENT RULES SPECIFY DIFFERENTLY. judges.
FAIR. EXCEPTION: MEMBERS EXHIBITING IN BEEF 9. All exhibits shall remain in place until 6 a.m., Sunday morning after 16. In case of one entry in a class, the judge will have the priviledge of
AND DAIRY MUST BE 9 YEARS OF AGE, BY JANUARY 1 OF Fair; at which time, they will be surrendered to the exhibitors by various placing less than first place if in his opinion, entry is not worthy of a
CURRENT YEAR. Superintendents. Premium monies will be paid once the exhibit area is first-place premium.
5. Members requiring stall space for exhibits must make requests on forms cleaned and has passed inspection of various Superintendents. 17. ALL ANIMALS MUST BE IN PLACE BY 6 P.M. ON FIRST
provided in front of the Fair Book. This includes space for beef, dairy, 10. All livestock trophies will be presented the final Saturday evening. SUNDAY OF FAIR.
sheep, swine, horse, poultry and rabbits. Send requests by last Sunday 11. Exhibitors must supply their own feed and hay for their animals. GENERAL MARKET LIVESTOCK RULES
in July to: LIVESTOCK SUPERINTENDENT, NORTHERN Premiums will be forfeited if animals are not taken care of. For all Market Livestock Feeding Projects
DISTRICT FAIR P.O. BOX 131 CADILLAC, MI 49601. 12. Showmanship entry classification for Livestock and Small Animals Entered at the Northern District Fair
6. Exhibitors are to keep their exhibit areas clean at all times during the (not including Horses) shall be as follows: To give the BUYERS a Better-Quality product,
Fair. This includes animals! Sawdust will be furnished by the Fair A. Junior Showmanship, which is ages 6 years to 9 years these rules are ABSOLUTE!!!!!

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YOUTH

16. ALL MARKET ANIMALS NEED TO BE WASHED AND BACK 8. All steer shown and sold at the Northern District Fair MUST be
1. All Official NDF Book Entry Forms for members must be sent to the IN THEIR PENS BY 5:00 P.M. ON SALE DAY! WASH RACK USE registered with the Cadillac Area Livestock Committee by December
NORTHERN DISTRICT FAIR P.O. BOX 131 CADILLAC, MI IS PROHIBITED UNTIL AFTER MANDATORY MEETING ON 1, prior to Fair year. The steer MUST be weighed-in and tattooed at
49601, by last Sunday of July. FIRST SUNDAY AT 7 P.M. Marion in December of current Fair year. NOTE: All steers will be
2. Each animal must be a YOUTH or Future Farmers of America (FFA) 17. All animals must be properly cleaned before show and sale. properly dehorned and castrated before the December weigh-in. All
project and must be in good health. Age limits for YOUTH or FFA 18. ALL EXHIBITORS MUST HAVE CONTROL OF THEIR ear tags must be cleaned before weigh-in!
members is from 6 years old to 18 years old, as of January 1 of Fair ANIMALS DURING A PRACTICE RUN, WHICH IS ONE 9. ALL EXHIBITORS MUST HAVE CONTROL OF THEIR ANIMALS
year. HOUR AFTER THE MANDATORY MEETING. ANY DURING A PRACTICE RUN, WHICH IS ONE HOUR AFTER THE
3. Weight requirements for Market Livestock are listed below. NOTE: UNCONTROLLABLE ANIMAL WILL BE SENT HOME BY THE MANDATORY MEETING. ANY UNCONTROLLABLE ANIMAL
The first two species listed below are REQUIRED to weigh-in at BARN SUPERINTENDENT AND LIVESTOCK COMMITTEE. WILL BE SENT HOME BY THE BARN SUPERINTENDENT
Marion in December of previous year. The next three species listed AND LIVESTOCK COMMITTEE
below are REQUIRED to weigh in the first Saturday of May in current MARKET RECORD BOOKS
Fair year at the Northern District Fairgrounds between 1 p.m. and 3 You MUST use the approved Cadillac Area Livestock Committee RULES FOR MARKET DAIRY STEER FEEDING PROJECT
p.m. Record Book obtained when the animals are registered with the 1. All Official NDF Book Entry Forms for members must be sent to the
STEERS................................................ 1,000 pounds and up Livestock Committee. Record Books will be available at weigh-ins for NORTHERN DISTRICT FAIR P.O. BOX 131 CADILLAC, MI
DAIRY STEERS.................................. 1,100 pounds and up Large Animals and will be provided to Small Animal members when the 49601, by last Sunday of July.
SWINE.................................................. 220 to 300 pounds max poultry is picked up or rabbits registered. 2. ALL MARKET DAIRY STEERS MUST MEET RFID TAG
LAMBS................................................. 100 pounds and up After being signed by the Barn Superintendent, these completed REQUIREMENTS.
GOATS.................................................. 40 pounds and up Record Books must be turned in to the Livestock Superintendent by 3. Each animal MUST be a YOUTH or FFA project and be straight dairy
TURKEYS............................................ Hens - 18 pounds and up NOON, THURSDAY of the week of the Fair. Record Books MUST breeding.
............................................ Toms - 20 pounds and up be completed by the exhibitor!!! If Record Book is NOT turned in...on 4. See Rules 3 - 8 of Market Beef Steer Feeding Project.
(Must be ordered through Cadillac Area Livestock Committee) time, or is NOT completed by the exhibitor, 10% of the sale check will 5. ALL EXHIBITORS MUST HAVE CONTROL OF THEIR ANIMALS
BROILERS........................................... 6 pounds and up be deducted! A Record Book that is NOT complete will NOT receive DURING A PRACTICE RUN, WHICH IS ONE HOUR AFTER THE
(Must be ordered through Cadillac Area Livestock Committee) a premium or award. Three-ring binders and sheet protectors are NOT MANDATORY MEETING. ANY UNCONTROLLABLE ANIMAL
CORNISH............................................. 2 to 5 pounds ALLOWED, ONLY Official Cadillac Area Livestock Committee Record WILL BE SENT HOME BY THE BARN SUPERINTENDENT
(Must be ordered through Cadillac Area Livestock Committee) Books MUST be used. There will be NO EXCEPTIONS to this rule. AND LIVESTOCK COMMITTEE.
RABBITS.............................................. 2.5 pounds to 5 pounds max
ALL UNDERWEIGHT AND OVERWEIGHT ANIMALS Showmanship Sweepstakes RULES FOR MARKET GOAT FEEDING PROJECT
WILL BE SENT HOME RIGHT OFF THE SCALES. Senior: This class is made up from the 15-18 year olds that win a first 1. All Official NDF Book Entry Forms for members must be sent to the
4. Swine will be weighed beginning at 3 p.m. ON ENTRY DAY OF place in a showmanship class. This person can only compete from one NORTHERN DISTRICT FAIR P.O. BOX 131 CADILLAC, MI
FAIR; all other Large Animals will be weighed at 6 p.m the same day. species as long as said person has not won showmanship sweepstakes 49601, by last Sunday of July.
ALL EAR TAGS MUST BE CLEANED BEFORE ANY WEIGH-IN as a senior. 2. Each animal MUST be a YOUTH or FFA project and be for straight
DAY. ON ENTRY DAY OF FAIR, STARTING AT 7 A.M. Poultry Intermediate: This class is made up from the 10-14 year olds that win a dairy breeding.
will be tested at 7 a.m. All Weigh-ins will be done by the Livestock first place in a showmanship class. If this person has won (intermediate) 3. ALL GOATS MUST MEET USDA IDENTIFICATION
Superintendent or Committee. These weights will be used as the showmanship sweepstakes, they may move up to compete in the senior REQUIREMENTS.
Official Sale Weights. level. 4. Goats must be Wethers or Does and must be properly dehorned and
5. All Market exhibitors must be present with their animals at weigh-in, * If the first place person is already competing or have won showmanship casterated with no horns at fair.
except by permission of the Market Livestock Committee prior to sweepstakes in the past; the second place person (only) will be allowed 5. Goats (spring kids) MUST be registered with the Cadillac Area
weigh-in. to compete. Livestock Committee by March 1 and MUST be in your possession
6. All owners of animals must be present to show and to sell their animal, by May 1, current Fair year. All Market Goats are REQUIRED to
except by permission of the Market Livestock Committee. CLEANLINESS POLICY weigh in on the first Saturday of May, current Fair year.
7. Your Market animal project(s) must be registered on Official Forms As an Exhibitor of the NDF, I agree to maintain a clean pen and provide 6. To be eligible for the sale, the Goat (spring kid born between December
provided by the Cadillac Area Livestock Committee on the following appropriate care for my animal(s) from their arrival to the fairgrounds 1 and May 1 of current Fair year) must attain a minimum weight of
dates: until their departure from th fairgrounds. At 10:00 a.m. each morning 40 pounds.
Beef & Dairy Market Steers, Turkey..............................December 1 and 6.30 p.m. each night the project area superintendent will do a barn 7. ALL EXHIBITORS MUST HAVE CONTROL OF THEIR ANIMALS
(Beef & Dairy Steers must be in possession by December 1.) check and a warning (yellow tag) will be issued at this time if pen(s) DURING A PRACTICE RUN, WHICH IS ONE HOUR AFTER THE
Swine, Lambs, Goats and Rabbits.............................................April 1 and care are found to be unsatisfactory. The yellow tag will be issued MANDATORY MEETING. ANY UNCONTROLLABLE ANIMAL
(Swine, Lambs and Goats must be in possession by May 1.) by two (2) superintendents from two different species. Any pen that WILL BE SENT HOME BY THE BARN SUPERINTENDENT
Cornish / Broilers..............................................................December 1 was issued a warning at 10:00 a.m. will be tagged with a yellow tag and AND LIVESTOCK COMMITTEE.
8. All projects must adhere to USDA/MDA rules available at www. rechecked at noon. If the pen(s) is still found to be unsatisfactory at noon,
michigan.gov/mdafairregs. a red tag will be issued and will result on a $25.00 fine for the exhibitor. RULES FOR MARKET SWINE FEEDING PROJECT
9. All market animals making weight and properly registered must be sold The Livestock Committee must check and sign the red tag. The project 1. All Official NDF Book Entry Forms for members must be sent to the
in the Auction. superintendent will make an attempt to notify the exhibitors leader, NORTHERN DISTRICT FAIR P.O. BOX 131 CADILLAC, MI
10. Each YOUTH or FFA member may sell three (3) categories at the before fines are assessed. An additional $25.00 fine will be accessed 49601, by last Sunday of July.
SMALL AND LARGE animal sale at the Northern District Fair. everyday thereafter, if pen(s) and care are still found unsatisfactory. 2. Each animal MUST be a YOUTH or FFA project and be in good health.
11. The sale order for all species will be determined by the judge as: The fine(s) will be deducted from market livestock sale proceeds or 3. All Swine MUST have a minimum of -inch hair on the majority of
Grand and Reserve Champions first; then the remaining animals in premium checks. Fines may be issued after agreement of project area the body to be eligible to show and sell. All swine that do not meet
show placing order, by species. superintendent and Cadillac Area Livestock Committee. these requirements will be sent home!
12. All Small Animal projects must be processed and delivered to the 4. Each member may feed two (2) hogs for the feeding project but may
buyer within two weeks of the sale, unless otherwise requested by the ALL ANIMALS MUST BE IN PLACE BY 6 P.M., only select and bring one (1) for exhibiting and sale at the fair. If you
buyer. ON THE FIRST SUNDAY OF FAIR. NO EXCEPTIONS!!! bring two (2) hogs to Fair, the first hog to make weight is the hog
13. ALL ANIMALS MUST BE PROPERLY CARED FOR that will be used for the sale. The remaining hog will be taken home
(FED, WATERED, PENS CLEANED DAILY) AND UNDER RULES FOR MARKET BEEF STEER FEEDING PROJECT without being weighed.
COMPLETE CONTROL OF THE EXHIBITOR FOR THE 1. All Official NDF Book Entry Forms for members must be sent to the 5. The Swine project to be shown and sold at the Northern District Fair
ENTIRE LENGTH OF THE FAIR, AS DETERMINED BY THE NORTHERN DISTRICT FAIR P.O. BOX 131 CADILLAC, MI MUST be registered with the Cadillac Area Livestock Committee by
BARN SUPERINTENDENT AND / OR THE LIVESTOCK 49601, by last Sunday of July April 1, current Fair year, and MUST be in your possession by May
COMMITTEE; OR ANIMALS WILL BE PROMPTLY 2. ALL MARKET BEEF STEER MUST MEET RFID TAG 1, current Fair year. They must be weighed and tagged on the first
REMOVED FROM THE FAIRGROUNDS AND ALL MONIES REQUIREMENTS. Saturday of May, current Fair year.
FROM ALL MARKET ANIMALS WILL BE FORFEITED. 3. Each steer MUST be a YOUTH or FFA project and MUST exhibit 6. No oil-based products may be used on swine.
ANY UNRULY ANIMALS WILL BE DISMISSED BY THE dominant characteristics of Beef Breeds. 7. All swine must be clean before show and sale. EAR TAGS MUST BE
BARN SUPERINTENDENT. 4. Club members may feed and tag two (2) steers but may ONLY exhibit CLEANED BEFORE ALL WEIGH-INS.
14. All of the above policies may be changed, revised or reinterpreted at and sell one (1) steer at Fair. 8. ALL EXHIBITORS MUST HAVE CONTROL OF THEIR ANIMALS
the discretion of the Cadillac Area Livestock Committee. 5. Steers must be properly dehorned (with the exception of Scottish DURING A PRACTICE RUN, WHICH IS ONE HOUR AFTER THE
15. Market checks are to be PICKED UP IN PERSON the second Highlanders and Watusi) and castrated, in order to show in the Fair MANDATORY MEETING. ANY UNCONTROLLABLE ANIMAL
Wednesday in September, during the regular Cadillac Area Livestock and sale. Scottish Highlanders must have proper protective covering WILL BE SENT HOME BY THE BARN SUPERINTENDENT
Committee meeting. If you are unable to pick up your check in person, on the horns. AND LIVESTOCK COMMITTEE.
you must provide a stamped, self-addressed envelope during fair 6. Owners of steers must be present to show and sell their steers, except
week. Any member, whose Buyer has not yet paid for said animal by permission of the Cadillac Area Livestock Committee. RULES FOR MARKET LAMB FEEDING PROJECT
by the meeting date, will receive their check upon receipt of payment 7. All steers will be tied with a halter and a neck rope until removal from 1. Each animal must be a YOUTH or FFA project and be predominately
from Buyer. the Fairgrounds. of meat breeding and be a wether or ewe.

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YOUTH
2. Lambs must be shorn within 14 days prior to coming to fair. GENERAL RULES FOR ALL ENTRIES: 4058. Cow or Heifer....................................2 Years to Under 3 Years
3. Each member may tag and feed two (2) lambs for the feeding project, 1. Pre-entry required on all animals and exhibits. 4059. Cow.....................................................3 Years to Under 5 Years
but may only select and bring one (1) for exhibiting at the Fair. If you 2. PRE-ENTRY DEADLINE IS last Sunday of July. 4060. Cow...................................................................5 Years and Over
bring two (2) lambs to the fair, the first lamb making weight will be the 3. Only one entry per class, per exhibitor. 4061. Best of Breed.................................................................... Rosette
lamb that will be used for showing and sale. The remaining lamb will 4. See RULES in front of Fair Book and HEALTH REGULATIONS 4062. Champion Breeding Stock Female................................ Trophy
be taken home without being weighed. online at www.michigan.gov/mdafairregs. 4063. Grand Champion Female................................................ Rosette
4. The lamb project to be shown and sold at the Northern District Fair 4064. Cow with Calf.......................................................Under 3 Years
MUST be registered with the CALC by April 1st each year, and
weighed and tagged the first Saturday in May. ALL EAR TAGS
DEPARTMENT 2 - YOUTH DAIRY CATTLE 4065. Cow with Calf.........................................................Over 3 Years
4066. Produce of Dam.........................Dam and 2 Offspring, any age
MUST BE CLEANED BEFORE ANY WIGH-IN DAY.
DIVISION A - YOUTH DAIRY CATTLE
5. Lamb(s) must be in possession by May 1st and born after December DIVISION B - SHOWMANSHIP,
1st of the previous year. YOUTH BEEF CATTLE
6. All lambs must meet the USDA identification requirements and be
SPECIFIC RULES
properly dehorned and castrated before the beginning weigh-in in 1. All Official Northern District Fair (NDF) Book Entry Forms for
members must be sent to the NORTHERN DISTRICT FAIR P.O. SECTION A: SHOWMANSHIP, YOUTH BEEF CATTLE
May. Premiums: 1st - $7.00; 2nd - $6.00; 3rd - $5.00; 4th - $4.00; 5th - $3.00
7. Official Fair Book Entry Forms must be received by the Northern BOX 131 CADILLAC, MI 49601
2. PRE-ENTRY DEADLINE IS last Sunday of July. Class No.
District Fair Office must be postmarked by the last Sunday in July,
3. Entry fee of $5.00 per animal to be paid at time of pre-entry. 4070. Showmanship..........................................Trophy and Premiums
each year.
8. ALL EXHIBITORS MUST HAVE CONTROL OF THE ANIMALS 4. REQUIRED to have RFID Tag upon entry of each animal into the
DURING A PRATICE RUN ONE HOUR AFTER THE MANATORY Northern District Fair. DIVISION C - YOUTH MARKET BEEF
MEETING. ANY UNCONTROLABLE ANIMAL(S) WILL BE
SENT HOME BY BARN SUPERINTENDENT ANO LIVESTOCK SECTION A: HOLSTEIN SECTION A: YOUTH MARKET BEEF
COMMITTEE. SECTION B: GUERNSEY Premiums: Not Applicable
SECTION C: JERSEY Class No.
RULES FOR MARKET CORNISH / BROILER PROJECT SECTION D: ANY OTHER NOT LISTED 4073. Best Home Grown.............................................................Award
1. All Official NDF Book Entry Forms for members must be sent to the Premiums: 1st - $7.00; 2nd - $6.00; 3rd - $4.00 4074. Rate of Gain....................................................................Rossette
NORTHERN DISTRICT FAIR P.O. BOX 131 CADILLAC, MI Class No. 4075. Market Steer, All Beef Breeds.......................................Ribbons
49601, by last Sunday of July. 4000. Junior Heifer Calf........................................... 6 Months or Less MUST PARTICIPATE IN MARKET LIVESTOCK SALE.
2. Each bird MUST be a YOUTH or FFA project and MUST be a meat 4001. Senior Heifer Calf...................... 6 Months to Under12 Months 4076. Champion Mkt Beef, Sale Order.................................................
breed. 4002. Junior Yearling Heifer............ 12 Months to Under 18 Months .................................................................1st - Trophy; 2nd - Rosette
3. Each bird must be ordered through the Cadillac Area Livestock 4003. Senior Yearling Heifer.............18 months to Under 24 Months
Committee. 4004. Cow or Heifer....................................2 Years to Under 3 Years SECTION B: SHOWMANSHIP, YOUTH MARKET BEEF
4. ALL poultry will be pullorum tested upon entry. NO EXCEPTIONS!!! 4005. Cow.................................................... 3 Years to Under 5 Years Premiums: 1st - $7.00; 2nd - $6.00; 3rd - $5.00; 4th - $4.00; 5th - $3.00
Free Pullorum testing is only limited to the number of birds entered 4006. Cow...................................................................5 Years and Over Class No.
into the Northern District Fair. Pullorum testing will be done ONLY 4007. Junior Champion Female................................................ Rosette 4077. Junior Showmanship..........................................................Age 9
from 7 a.m. - 1 p.m., entry day of Fair. 4008. Senior Champion Female............................................... Rosette 4078. Intermediate Showmanship.......................................Age 10-14
5. All Market Cornish / Broiler Projects MUST be registered with the 4009. Grand Champion Female................................................ Rosette 4079. Senior Showmanship..................................................Age 15-18
Cadillac Area Livestock Committee by December 1, current Fair year. 4010. Best 3 Females.............Any Age, Bred & Raised by Exhibitor To Qualify for MARKET LIVESTOCK SALE,
4011. Dairy Herd, 3 Cows, Calved at Least Once..........Over 3 Years Animals MUST be shown in Sections A & B.
RULES FOR MARKET TURKEY PROJECT 4012. Produce of Dam.........................Dam and 2 Offspring, any age
1. All Official NDF Book Entry Forms for members must be sent to the SECTION C: RECORDS, YOUTH MARKET BEEF
NORTHERN DISTRICT FAIR P.O. BOX 131 CADILLAC, MI DIVISION B - SHOWMANSHIP, REQUIRED TO QUALIFY FOR MARKET LIVESTOCK
49601, by last Sunday of July. YOUTH DAIRY CATTLE SALE.
2. Each bird MUST be a YOUTH or FFA project and MUST be a meat breed. Premiums: Not Applicable
3. Each bird must be ordered through the Cadillac Area Livestock SECTION A: SHOWMANSHIP Class No.
Committee. Premiums: 1st - $7.00; 2nd - $6.00; 3rd - $5.00; 4th - $4.00; 5th - $3.00 4080. Record Books, Market Beef..........................................Ribbons
4. ALL poultry will be pullorum tested upon entry. NO EXCEPTIONS!!!
Class No.
Free Pullorum testing is only limited to the number of birds entered SECTION D: Market Beef Feeder Steer
4015. Showmanship..........................................Trophy and Premiums
into the Northern District Fair. Pullorum testing will be done ONLY Premiums: 1st - $7.00; 2nd - $6.00; 3rd - $5.00; 4th - $4.00; 5th - $3.00
from 7 a.m. - 1 p.m., entry day of Fair. Class No.
5. All Market Turkey Projects MUST be registered with the Cadillac Area
Livestock Committee by December 1, prior to current Fair year. DEPARTMENT 4 - YOUTH BEEF CATTLE 4052. Feeder Steer Showmanship........................................Premiums
4053. Feeder Steer (Under 600 pounds)................................... Ribbon
RULES FOR MARKET RABBIT FEEDING PROJECT DIVISION A - YOUTH BEEF CATTLE
DIVISION D - YOUTH MARKET DAIRY BEEF
1. Meat pens will consist of three (3) rabbits from the same doe and same
litter, and it is strongly suggested that they be of the same variety SPECIFIC RULES
1. All Official Northern District Fair (NDF) Book Entry Forms for SECTION A: YOUTH MARKET DAIRY BEEF
(color). Age limit is 7 to 10 weeks (70-day maximum age), and a
weight limit of 2.5 to 5 pounds. members must be sent to the NORTHERN DISTRICT FAIRM Premiums: Not Applicable
2. Rabbits will be judge on the following: A. Meat Type - compact, short P.O. BOX 131 CADILLAC, MI 49601 Class No.
in body, well filled out, solid flesh; B. Condition - prime condition, 2. PRE-ENTRY DEADLINE IS last Sunday of July. 4081. Market Dairy Beef, Straight Dairy Breed.....................Ribbons
firm, solid, showing no flabbiness or pottiness, with the pelt being tight 3. Entry fee of $5.00 per animal to be paid at time of pre-entry. MUST PARTICIPATE IN MARKET LIVESTOCK SALE.
over the body and showing no signs of neglect; C. Uniformity- equal 4. Cattle must be properly dehorned (with the exception of Scottish 4082. Champion Mkt Dairy Beef, Sale Order......................................
in weight, size appearance, condition, meat type, fur, and overall body Highlanders and Watusi, which must have proper protective .................................................................1st - Trophy; 2nd - Rosette
type. covering on the horns).
3. All market rabbits must come from a doe owned by and must be bred 5. REQUIRED to have RFID Tag upon entry of each animal into the SECTION B: SHOWMANSHIP, YOUTH MKT DAIRY BEEF
by the exhibitor. Northern District Fair. Premiums: 1st - $7.00; 2nd - $6.00; 3rd - $5.00; 4th - $4.00; 5th - $3.00
4. The market rabbit feeding project must be registered with the CALC Class No.
by April 1st, each year. SECTION A: HEREFORD 4083. Junior Showmanship..........................................................Age 9
5. Official Fair Book Entry Forms must be received by the Northern SECTION B: ANGUS 4084. Intermediate Showmanship.......................................Age 10-14
District Fair Office must be postmarked by the last Sunday in July, SECTION C: SHORTHORN 4085. Senior Showmanship..................................................Age 15-18
each year. SECTION D: SCOTTISH HIGHLANDER To Qualify for MARKET LIVESTOCK SALE
6. All rabbits will be tattoo 30-days prior to fair at a mandatory tattoo dinic SECTION E: SIMMENTAL Animals MUST be shown in Sections A & B.
provided by Wexford County 4-H office. Date, Time, and Place to be SECTION F: LIMOUSIN
determined bySuperintendent and Extension office. SECTION G: MAINE ANJOU SECTION C: RECORDS, YOUTH MARKET DAIRY BEEF
SECTION H: CHIANINA REQUIRED TO QUALIFY FOR MARKET LIVESTOCK SALE.
RULES AMENDED OCTOBER 2014 SECTION I: ANY OTHER NOT LISTED Premiums: Not Applicable
NOTE: Cadillac Area Livestock Committee meetings are open Premiums: 1st - $7.00; 2nd - $6.00; 3rd - $4.00
to the public. They are held at the Fair Office on the Northern District Class No. Class No.
Fairgrounds in Cadillac the second Wednesday of each month, at 7 p.m. 4054. Junior Heifer Calf........................................... 6 Months or Less 4086. Record Books, Market Dairy Beef................................Ribbons
4055. Senior Heifer Calf...................... 6 Months to Under12 Months 4087. Rate of Gain....................................................................Rossette
Everyone is welcome to attend! 4056. Junior Yearling Heifer............ 12 Months to Under 18 Months 4088. Best Home Grown.............................................................Award
4057. Senior Yearling Heifer.............18 months to Under 24 Months

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* GENERAL RULES are located before DEPARTMENT 2: YOUTH DAIRY CATTLE
YOUTH
SECTION D: DAIRY BEEF FEEDER STEER
Premiums: 1st - $7.00; 2nd - $6.00; 3rd - $5.00; 4th - $4.00 DEPARTMENT 8 - YOUTH GOATS DIVISION E - TYKES & TODDLERS
1. Tyke or Toddler must be between the ages of 2 & 5 as of January
Class No. 1st current year.
4096. Feeder Steer (under 600 pounds) ................................... Ribbon DIVISION A - YOUTH DAIRY GOATS 2. Can use any animal already at Fair. Parents or animal owner must
4097. Feeder Steer Showmanship........................................Premiums walk with Tyke or Toddler.
SPECIFIC RULES
1. All Official Northern District Fair (NDF) Book Entry Forms for 3. Must pre-register Last Sunday of July by using Fair Entry Form.
4. Wearing appearl - Jeans, Boots, Belt, Western Shirt.
DEPARTMENT 6 - YOUTH SHEEP members must be sent to the NORTHERN DISTRICT FAIR P.O.
BOX 131 CADILLAC, MI 49601
2. PRE-ENTRY DEADLINE IS last Sunday of July. SECTION A:
DIVISION A - YOUTH SHEEP 3. Entry fee of $5.00 per animal to be paid at time of pre-entry. Class No.
4. All goats MUST meet USDA identification requirements. 4052. Showmanship..................................................................Ribbons
SPECIFIC RULES 5. No intact Buck Rings
1. All Official Northern District Fair (NDF) Book Entry Forms for 6. All goats must be dehorned. Absolutely no horns on any goats except DEPARTMENT 10 - YOUTH MARKET SWINE
members must be sent to the NORTHERN DISTRICT FAIR P.O. Angora, Pygmy and Boar breeding stock does.
BOX 131 CADILLAC, MI 49601 7. Minimum exhibitors age MUST be 6, by January 1, Current Fair year. DIVISION A - YOUTH MARKET SWINE
2. PRE-ENTRY DEADLINE IS last Sunday of July. SECTION A: ALPINE
3. Entry fee of $5.00 per animal to be paid at time of pre-entry. SECTION B: NUBIAN SPECIFIC RULES
4. All sheep MUST meet USDA identification requirements. SECTION C: TOGGENBURG 1. All Official Northern District Fair (NDF) Book Entry Forms for
5. Minimum exhibitors age MUST be 6, by January 1, Current Fair year. SECTION D: SAANEN members must be sent to the NORTHERN DISTRICT FAIR P.O.
SECTION E: LAMANCHA BOX 131 CADILLAC, MI 49601
SECTION A: SUFFOLK SECTION F: ANY OTHER DAIRY BREED NOT LISTED 2. PRE-ENTRY DEADLINE IS last Sunday of July.
SECTION B: HAMPSHIRE Premiums: 1st - $7.00; 2nd - $6.00; 3rd - $4.00 3. Entry fee of $5.00 per animal to be paid at time of pre-entry.
SECTION C: DORSET Class No. 4. All Swine MUST have a minimum of _-inch hair on the majority of the
SECTION D: COLUMBIA 4020. Doe Kid.................................................................. Under 1 Year body to be eligible to show and sell. All swine that do not meet these
SECTION E: OXFORD 4022. Yearling Doe.......................................................................1 Year requirements will be sent home!
SECTION F: ANY OTHER NOT LISTED 4024. Milking Doe..................................................................... 2 Years
Premiums: 1st - $7.00; 2nd - $6.00; 3rd - $4.00; 4025. Milking Doe..................................................................3-4 Years SECTION A: YOUTH MARKET SWINE
Class No. 4026. Milking Doe...................................................... 5 Years & Older Premiums: Not Applicable
4089. Wether - not breeding stock..........................................Any Age 4027. Dry Doe ..............................................................1 Year & Older Class No.
4090. Ewe Lamb.............................................................. Under 1 Year 4028. Wether - Not breeding stock.........................................Any Age 4110. Best Home Grown.............................................................Award
4091. Ewe............................................Over 2 Years to Under 3 Years 4029. Best of Breed.................................................................... Rosette 4111. Rate of Gain.....................................................................Rossette
4092. Ewe..........................................................................Over 3 Years 4030. Grand Champion............................................................. Rosette 4112. Market Hog.....................................................................Ribbons
4093. Grand Champion Female................................................ Rosette MUST PARTICIPATE IN MARKET LIVESTOCK SALE.
4031. Best Udder........................................................................ Rosette
4113. Champion Market Hog (Sale Order) - 1st - Trophy; 2nd - Rosette
DIVISION B - SHOWMANSHIP, BREEDING STOCK DIVISION B - MEAT & FIBER, YOUTH GOATS SECTION B: SHOWMANSHIP, YOUTH MARKET SWINE
SECTION A: ANGORA GOATS Premiums: 1st - $7.00; 2nd - $6.00; 3rd - $5.00; 4th - $4.00; 5th - $3.00
SECTION A: SHOWMANSHIP, YOUTH SHEEP SECTION B: PIGMY GOATS
Premiums: 1st - $7.00; 2nd - $6.00; 3rd - $5.00; 4th - $4.00; 5th - $3.00 Class No.
SECTION C: BOAR GOATS 4114. Junior Showmanship......................................................Age 6-9
Class No. SECTION D: ANY OTHER MEAT & FIBER BREED NOT
4094. Junior (Ages 6-11).......................................................Premiums 4115. Intermediate Showmanship........................................Age 10-14
LISTED 4116. Senior Showmanship..................................................Age 15-18
4095. Senior (Ages 12-18)....................................................Premiums Premiums: 1st - $7.00; 2nd - $6.00; 3rd - $4.00 To Qualify for MARKET LIVESTOCK SALE,
Class No. Animals MUST be shown in Sections A & B.
DIVISION C - YOUTH MARKET LAMBS 4033. Doe Kid...............................Born after Jan 1, Current Fair Year
4034. Doe Yealing.............................. Born after Jan 1, Last Fair Year SECTION C: RECORDS, YOUTH MARKET SWINE
SECTION A: YOUTH MARKET LAMBS 4035. Doe Adult.......................................................... 2 Years & Older
Premiums: Not Applicable REQUIRED TO QUALIFY FOR MARKET LIVESTOCK
4036. Wether - Not breeding stock.........................................Any Age SALE.
Class No. 4037. Best of Breed.................................................................... Rosette
4102. Best Home Grown.............................................................Award Premiums: Not Applicable
4038. Champion ....................................................................... Rosette Class No.
4103. Rate of Gain....................................................................Rossette 4021. Grand Breeding Stock ................................................... Rosette
4104. Market Lamb...................................................................Ribbons 4117. Record Books, Market Swine........................................Ribbons
MUST PARTICIPATE IN MARKET LIVESTOCK SALE.
4105. Champion Market Lamb..............................................................
DIVISION C - SHOWMANSHIP, BREEDING STOCK DEPARTMENT 12 - YOUTH POULTRY
........................................ (Sale Order) - 1st - Trophy; 2nd - Rosette SECTION A: SHOWMANSHIP, YOUTH GOATS DIVISION A - YOUTH POULTRY
Premiums: 1st - $7.00; 2nd - $6.00; 3rd - $5.00; 4th - $4.00; 5th - $3.00 SPECIFIC RULES
SECTION B: SHOWMANSHIP, YOUTH MARKET LAMBS Class No.
Premiums: 1st - $7.00; 2nd - $6.00; 3rd - $5.00; 4th - $4.00; 5th - $3.00 1. All Official Northern District Fair (NDF) Book Entry Forms for
4039. Junior (Ages 6-11).......................................................Premiums members must be sent to the NORTHERN DISTRICT FAIR P.O.
Class No. 4040. Senior (Ages 12-18)....................................................Premiums BOX 131 CADILLAC, MI 49601
4106. Junior Showmanship......................................................Age 6-9
2. PRE-ENTRY DEADLINE IS last Sunday of July.
4107. Intermediate Showmanship.......................................Age 10-14 DIVISION D - YOUTH MARKET GOATS 3. Entry fee of $1.00 per bird to be paid at time of pre-entry.
4108. Senior Showmanship..................................................Age 15-18 SECTION A: ALL BREEDS, YOUTH MARKET GOATS 4. Refer To Department 11 - Open Class Poultry SPECIFIC RULES at
Premiums: Not Applicable front of book.
To Qualify for MARKET LIVESTOCK SALE, Class No. 5. No meat breeds will be allowed in Division A classes.
Animals MUST be shown in Sections A & B. 4045. Spring Kids, Born Between Jan 1 & May 1.................Ribbons 6. To qualify for Market Livestock Sale, exhibitors must show in both
Market and Showmanship classes.
SECTION C: RECORDS, YOUTH MARKET LAMBS SECTION B: SHOWMANSHIP, YOUTH MARKET GOAT
REQUIRED TO QUALIFY FOR MARKET LIVESTOCK SALE. SECTION A - Rooster (Male over 1 yr.)
Premiums: 1st - $7.00; 2nd - $6.00; 3rd - $5.00; 4th - $4.00; 5th - $3.00
Premiums: Not Applicable Class No. SECTION B - Hen (Female over 1 yr.)
Class No. 4046. Junior Showmanship......................................................Age 6-9 SECTION C - Cockerel (Male under 1 yr.)
4109. Record Books, Market Lambs.......................................Ribbons 4047. Intermediate Showmanship.......................................Age 10-14 SECTION D - Pullet (Female under 1 yr.)
4048. Senior Showmanship..................................................Age 15-18 SECTION E - Old Trio (1 Rooster, 2 Hens)
SECTION D: TYKES & TODDLERS To Qualify for MARKET LIVESTOCK SALE, SECTION F -Young Trio (1 Cockerel, 2 Pullets)
1. Tyke or Toddler must be between the ages of 2 & 5 as of January SECTION G - Pair (1 Rooster, 1 Hen)
Animals MUST be shown in Sections A & B.
1st current year. Premiums: A - $3.00, B - $2.00 and C - $1.00
2. Can use any animal already at Fair. Parents or animal owner must Class No.
walk with Tyke or Toddler. SECTION C: RECORDS, YOUTH MARKET GOATS
REQUIRED TO QUALIFY FOR MARKET LIVESTOCK SALE. 4118. Continental Breeds 4122. English Breeds
3. Must pre-register Last Sunday of July by using Fair Entry Form. 4119. Mediterranean Breeds 4123. Bantams- Clean Legged
4. Wearing appearl - Jeans, Boots, Belt, Western Shirt. Premiums: Not Applicable
Class No. 4120. American Breeds 4124. Bantams - feather legged
4049. Record Books, Market Goats........................................Ribbons 4121. Asiatic Breeds 4125. Misc. Breeds not listed
SECTION A: 6016. Best-in-show.................................................................... Trophy
Class No. 4050. Rate of Gain....................................................................Rossette
4051. Best Home Grown.............................................................Award 6017. Reserve Chicken.............................................................. Rosette
4110. Showmanship..................................................................Ribbons

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* GENERAL RULES are located before DEPARTMENT 2: YOUTH DAIRY CATTLE
YOUTH
DIVISION B - YOUTH ORNAMENTAL FOWL DIVISION F - PROMOTIONAL POSTERS, Class No.
YOUTH POULTRY 4174. Senior Buck, Over 8 Months
SECTION A: DUCKS 4175. Senior Doe, Over 8 Months
SECTION B: GEESE SPECIFIC RULES 4176. Intermediate Buck, 6 - 8 Months
SECTION C: TURKEYS This category is to encourage youth to develop organizational skills as 4177. Intermediate Doe, 6 - 8 Months
SECTION D: GUINEAS they research and learn to design an informational poster. Make a poster 4178. Junior Buck, 3 - 6 Months
SECTION E: GAME BIRDS telling about any area of the Poultry Industry. You cannot use copyrighted 4179. Junior Doe, 3 - 6 Months
SECTION F: PIGEONS / DOVES materials. The poster will be judged on originality, how well it holds Best 4 Class Breed........................................................... Rosette
Premiums: A - $3.00; B - $2.00; C - $1.00 attention, story content, accuracy and overall appearance. Posters must be Best 6 Class Breed........................................................... Rosette
Class No. 28 inches X 22 inches and will be displayed in the Poultry Barn.
4126. Male (any age) DIVISION B - YOUTH MARKET RABBITS
4127. Female (any age) SECTION A: PROMOTIONAL POSTERS,
4128. Pair (male & female) YOUTH POULTRY SECTION A: YOUTH MARKET RABBITS
Premiums: Not Applicable - EDUCATIONAL ONLY Premiums: Not Applicable
DIVISION C - YOUTH MARKET POULTRY Class No. (4142-4144) Class No.
4142. Junior, Ages 6-9..............................................................Ribbons 4180. Market Rabbits, Pen of 3
SECTION A: YOUTH MARKET POULTRY 4143. Intermediate, Ages10-14................................................Ribbons Champion Market Rabbits, Pen of 3.............................. Trophy
Premiums: Not Applicable 4144. Senior, Ages 15-19..........................................................Ribbons Reserve Market Rabbits, Pen of 3................................... Trophy
Class No.
4129. Market Broiler, Pen of 3 DIVISION G - OUTSTANDING EXHIBITOR, SECTION B: SHOWMANSHIP, YOUTH RABBITS
4130. Market Cornish, Pen of 4 YOUTH POULTRY Premiums: 1st - $7.00; 2nd - $6.00; 3rd - $5.00; 4th - $4.00; 5th - $3.00
4131. Market Turkey, Single Class No.
Champion Market Broiler, Pen of 3......................................... Trophy SPECIFIC RULES 4181. Junior Showmanship......................................................Age 6-9
Reserve Market Broiler, Pen of ............................................... Trophy An Outstanding Poultry Exhibitor will be named on their performance 4182. Intermediate Showmanship.......................................Age 10-14
Champion Market Cornish, Pen of 3....................................... Trophy in the following Poultry and / or Rabbit Categories: 4183. Senior Showmanship..................................................Age 15-18
Reserve Market Cornish, Pen of 4........................................... Trophy 1. Posters To Qualify for MARKET LIVESTOCK SALE,
Champion Market Turkeys....................................................... Trophy 2. Record Books MARKET Animals MUST be shown in Sections A & B.
Reserve Market Turkeys........................................................... Trophy 3. Showmanship
4. Demonstrations SECTION C: RECORDS, YOUTH MARKET RABBITS
SECTION B: SHOWMANSHIP, YOUTH POULTRY REQUIRED TO QUALIFY FOR MARKET LIVESTOCK SALE.
Premiums: 1st - $7.00; 2nd - $6.00; 3rd - $5.00; 4th - $4.00; 5th - $3.00 SECTION A: OUTSTANDING EXHIBITOR, Class No. (4184-4187)
Class No. YOUTH POULTRY 4184. Record Books, Market Rabbits.....................................Ribbons
4132. Junior Showmanship Age 6-9 Premiums: Not Applicable - EDUCATIONAL ONLY
4133. Intermediate Showmanship Age 10-14 Class No. DIVISION C - YOUTH CAVIES
4134. Senior Showmanship Age 15-18 4145. All Ages............................................................................ Trophy
To Qualify for MARKET LIVESTOCK SALE, SECTION A: ABYSSINIAN
Animals MUST be shown in Sections A & B. DEPARTMENT 14 - SECTION B: AMERICAN
SECTION C: TEDDY
SECTION C: RECORDS, YOUTH MARKET POULTRY
YOUTH RABBITS / CAVIES SECTION D: LONG-HAIRED CAVIES
REQUIRED TO QUALIFY FOR MARKET LIVESTOCK SALE. Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
DIVISION A - FOUR-CLASS BREEDS, YOUTH RABBITS Class No.
Premiums: Not Applicable
Class No. 4188. Senior Boar, Over 32 oz.
SPECIFIC RULES 4189. Senior Sow, Over 32 oz.
4135. Record Books, Market Broilers.....................................Ribbons 1. All Official Northern District Fair (NDF) Book Entry Forms for
4136. Record Books, Market Cornish Hens...........................Ribbons 4190. Intermediate Boar, 22 - 32 oz.
members must be sent to the NORTHERN DISTRICT FAIR P.O. 4191. Intermediate Sow, 22 - 32 oz.
4137. Record Books, Market Turkeys.....................................Ribbons BOX 131 CADILLAC, MI 49601 4192. Junior Boar, 12 - 22 oz.
2. PRE-ENTRY DEADLINE IS last Sunday of July. 4193. Junior Sow, 12 - 22 oz.
DIVISION D - EGG EXHIBIT, YOUTH POULTRY 3. Entry fee of $1.00 per rabbit to be paid at time of pre-entry.
Best in Show, Cavy.......................................................... Rosette
4. See Department 13 - Open Class Rabbits & Cavies SPECIFIC RULES
SPECIFIC RULES at front of book.
1. Exhibit consists of twelve (12) eggs, all one color and from one species. 5. No pregnant does, no does with litters and no babies less than 4 weeks
SECTION E: RABBIT & CAVY COSTUME CLASS
2. Eggs are to be shown in an egg carton provided by exhibitor. old will be eligible to show.
3. Eggs must be clean. 6. All rabbits must have a permanent tattoo in their left ear on entry day. SPECIFIC RULES
SECTION A: EGG EXHIBIT, YOUTH POULTRY This includes Market rabbits. There will be no exceptions to this rule. It Judging will be on originality of costume.
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00 is the exhibitors responsibiltiy to get their rabbits tattooed prior to fair. Premiums: Not Applicable
Class No. 7. Exhibitors must provide their own cages for cavies. Class No.
4138. Twelve (12) Eggs 4194. Rabbit & Cavy Costume Class......................................Ribbons
SECTION A: NETHERLAND DWARF DIVISION E - SHOWMANSHIP, YOUTH CAVIES
DIVISION E - SCIENCE DEMONSTRATION, SECTION B: MINI REX SECTION A: SHOWMANSHIP, YOUTH CAVIES
YOUTH POULTRY SECTION C: REX Premiums: 1st - $7.00; 2nd - $6.00; 3rd - $5.00; 4th - $4.00; 5th - $3.00
SECTION D: MINI LOP Class No.
SPECIFIC RULES SECTION E: HOLLAND LOP 4195. Junior Showmanship......................................................Age 6-9
Poultry demonstrations are to encourage youth to develop their SECTION F: WOOLED BREEDS 4196. Intermediate Showmanship.......................................Age 10-14
skills in public speaking by researching subjects in the small animal SECTION G: ANY OTHER NOT LISTED 4197. Senior Showmanship..................................................Age 15-18
field and presenting their findings to the community for the purpose Premiums: A - $3.00; B - $2.00; C - $1.00
of expanding awareness. Demonstrations shall be a minimum of 3 Class No. DIVISION F - YOUTH RABBIT
minutes and up to 5 minutes in duration. 4170. Senior Buck, Over 6 Months SCIENCE DEMONSTRATIONS
4171. Senior Doe, Over 6 Months
SECTION A: SCIENCE DEMONSTRATION, 4172. Junior Buck, 3 - 6 Months SPECIFIC RULES
YOUTH POULTRY 4173. Junior Doe, 3 - 6 Months Rabbit demonstrations are to encourage youth to develop their skills
Premiums: Not Applicable - EDUCATIONAL ONLY in public speaking by researching subjects in the small animal field and
Class No. DIVISION A - SIX-CLASS BREEDS, presenting their findings to the community for the purpose of expanding
4139. Junior, Ages 6-9..............................................................Ribbons YOUTH RABBITS awareness. Demonstrations shall be a minimum of 3 minutes and up to 5
4140. Intermediate, Ages10-14................................................Ribbons minutes in duration.
4141. Senior, Ages 15-19..........................................................Ribbons SECTION H: CALIFORNIAN
SECTION I: NEW ZEALAND Premiums: Not Applicable - EDUCATIONAL ONLY
SECTION J: SATINS Class No.
SECTION K: NON-LISTED SIX-CLASS BREEDS 4198. Junior, Ages 6-9..............................................................Ribbons
SECTION L: MIXED BREEDS 4199. Intermediate, Ages10-14................................................Ribbons
Premiums: A - $3.00; B - $2.00; C - $1.00 4200. Senior, Ages 15-19..........................................................Ribbons

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* GENERAL RULES are located before DEPARTMENT 2: YOUTH DAIRY CATTLE
YOUTH
DIVISION G - YOUTH RABBIT Board approval prior to the Fair, or the exhibitor may not particiapate SECTION F: WESTERN PLEASURE
PROMOTIONAL POSTERS in the following Fair year. Only horses that have been released by the Premiums: No Premiums; 1st - 6th Rosettes
Superintendent and a Veterinarian because of illness or injury will be Class No.
SPECIFIC RULES permitted to leave the grounds. 4358. Ages 15-18 4364. Novice 18 & Under
This category is to encourage youth to develop organizational skills as 18. Two (2) members of the same family may show the same horse or pony 4360. Ages 10-14 4366. Shining Stars all ages
they research and learn to design an informational poster. Make a poster in different classes, provided it is a joint-project animal. 4362. Ages 6-9
telling about any area of the Rabbit Industry. You cannot use copyrighted 19. Member and project animal (name, breed, age, etc.) must be registered
in the Saddle Horse and Pony Project by May 1, with respective SECTION G: WESTERN HORSEMANSHIP
materials. The poster will be judged on originality, how well it holds
counties. Project animals must meet State guidelines for ownership Premiums: 1st - $6.00; 2nd - $5.00; 3rd - $4.00
attention, story content, accuracy and overall appearance. Posters must
and / or continued care. Class No.
be 28 inches X 22 inches and will be displayed in the Poultry Barn.
20. All ponies must be under 56 inches and all horses must be 56 inches 4370. Ages 15-18 4376. Novice 18 & Under
and over in height. Any horse under 56 inches and registered in a horse 4372. Ages 10-14 4378. Shining Stars all ages
SECTION A: PROMOTIONAL POSTERS, YOUTH RABBITS registry, such as Arabian, Morgan, Quarter Horse, etc., must be shown
& CAVIES 4374. Ages 6-9
in the horse division.
Premiums: Not Applicable - EDUCATIONAL ONLY 21. All horses and ponies must wear properly fitting halters while in stalls.
Class No. SECTION H: COSTUME CLASS
22. There must be three (3) entries to hold a class. If there are not enough Premiums: 1st - $6.00; 2nd - $5.00; 3rd - $4.00
4201. Junior, Ages 6-9..............................................................Ribbons entries, the class will be combined at the judges discression.
4202. Intermediate, Ages10-14................................................Ribbons Class No.
23. All participants in the Youth Horse Show on Tuesday and members,
4203. Senior, Ages 15-19..........................................................Ribbons 4382. Costume - Open
who ride in the hunter class (both over fences and on the flat) and /
or gymkana classes in the Thursday and Saturday Fun Speed Show,
DIVISION H - OUTSTANDING EXHIBITOR are required to wear protective riding helmets. The helmets must meet DIVISION B - HORSE JUDGING CONTETS
YOUTH RABBITS & CAVIES the specifications of the American Society for Testing and Materials
(ASTM) and must be manufactured and distributed by a participant SPECIFIC RULES
SPECIAL RULES in the certification program of the Safety Equipment Institute (SEI). 1. Horse records are to be turned into the superintendent by 6 p.m., Monday.
An Outstanding Rabbit Exhibitor will be named on their Each helmet must bear the SEI certification label. There will be no 2. Records must be regarding project animal.
performance in the following Rabbit Categories: discrimination against protective headgear, even if the style does not 3. Forms are provided throught the County 4H office.
1. Posters match the style of riding. Protective headgear is especially important
2. Record Books in hunter, hunt seat equitation and gymkhana classes. Harnesses must SECTION A: HORSE RECORD BOOKS
3. Showmanship be secured and must properly fit the head. A well-fitted hat should stay Premiums: No Premiums; Ribbon ONLY.
4. Demonstrations on the riders head, when the rider bends over at the waist and shakes Class No.
his head from side to side. The exhibitor (or his / her parent or legal 4400. Ages 15-18
SECTION A: OUTSTANDING EXHIBITOR, guardian, if the exhibitor is a minor) is solely responsible for complying 4401. Ages 10-14
YOUTH RABBITS with headgear rule...NOT the local-show officials or judge. Show 4402. Ages 6-9
Premiums: Not Applicable - EDUCATIONAL ONLY officials reserve the right to spot check helmets at any time in order to
Class No. verify compliance of this rule. SECTION B: HORSE AT HALTER - JUDGING
4204. All Ages............................................................................ Trophy 24. Shoes or boots are required at all times in the barn area. Premiums: No Premiums; Ribbons Only - A, B, C
25. Shining Stars - Individuals that have daily challenges and have a love Class No.
for horses. 4404. Ages 15-18 4406. Ages 6-9
DEPARTMENT 16 - YOUTH HORSES DIVISION A - YOUTH HORSES
4405. Ages 10-14

DIVISION A - YOUTH HORSES SECTION C: WESTERN PLEASURE - JUDGING


SECTION A: FITTING AND SHOWING Premiums: No Premiums; Ribbons Only - A, B, C
SPECIFIC RULES Premiums: 1st - $6.00; 2nd - $5.00; 3rd - $4.00 Class No.
These rules will be posted on the horse Class No. 4408. Ages 15-18 4410. Ages 6-9
barns and apply with all other horse rules. 4300. Ages 15-18 4306. Novice 18 & Under 4409. Ages 10-14
4302. Ages 10-14 4310. Shining Stars All Ages
PROOF OF COGGINS TEST MANDATORY 4304. Ages 6-9 SECTION D: EQUINE POSTER
BEFORE UNLOADING. Premiums: No Premiums; Ribbon ONLY.
SECTION B: HALTER Class No.
1. All Official Northern District Fair (NDF) Book Entry Forms for members SPECIFIC RULES 4412. Ages 15-18 4414. Ages 6-9
must be sent to the NORTHERN DISTRICT FAIR P.O. BOX 131 1. 1st and 2nd Places for 4312-4320; Trophy for 4321. 4413. Ages 10-14
CADILLAC, MI 49601 with a copy of current negative coggins. Premiums: No Premiums; 1st - 6th Rosettes
2. PRE-ENTRY DEADLINE IS last Sunday of July. Class No. SECTION E: HORSE DEMONSTRATIONS
3. Entry fee of $12.00 per animal to be paid at time of pre-entry. 4312. Pony, Under 56 4317. English Halter Mare Premiums: No Premiums; Ribbons Only - A, B, C
4. Records Books are required. 4313. Mare and foal 4318. English Halter Gelding Class No.
5. Horses are required to be in assigned stalls by 6 p.m., Sunday, entry day 4314. Weanling 4319. Western Halter Mare 4416. Ages 15-18 4418. Ages 6-9
and required to be out by 2 p.m. on Sunday after Fair. Stalls MUST be 4315. Yearling 4320. Western Halter Gelding 4417. Ages 10-14
approved by Barn Superintendent. 4316. Two (2) Year Old 4321. Champion & Reserve Halter
6. All stalls must be cleaned to the middle of aisleway by 10 a.m. and 5 HORSE EXHIBITOR AWARD
p.m., daily. SECTION C: ENGLISH PLEASURE 1. Record Books 5. Showmanship
7. Periodic checks will be done on stalls for cleanliness and for condition SADDLE OR HUNT SEAT 2. Horse at Halter - Judging 6. Equitation / Horsemanship
of animals. Premiums: No Premiums; 1st - 6th Rosettes 3. Western Pleasure - Judging 7. Demonstration
8. All horses are to be watered and fed NO LATER THAN 9 p.m. Class No. 4. Equine Poster 8. Sportsmanship
9. No horses are to be brought in to replace another horse for any reason. 4322. Ages 15-18 4328. Novice 18 & Under Must Compete in all 8 categories to be eligible for award.
10. Horses are required to be back in stalls at 9 p.m., unless requested by a 4324. Ages 10-14 4330. Shining Stars all ages
Veterinarian to do otherwise. 4326. Ages 6-9 Points shall be counted as follows:
11. Halters MUST be worn by horses at all times. 1st Place = 1 Point 4th Place = 4 Points
12. No horses may be ridden between barns and ring, NOR shall any SECTION D: ENGLISH EQUITATION 2nd Place = 2 Points 5th Place = 5 Points
horse be out on the south end of the barns. SADDLE OR HUNT SEAT 3rd Place = 3 Points 6th Place = 6 Points
13. TWO (2) persons from a group MUST be in the barn at all times from Premiums: 1st - $6.00; 2nd - $5.00; 3rd - $4.00 If an exhibitor does not compete in a competition or contest, he will
1 p.m. to 11 p.m., EXCEPT on Tuesday and Thursday_time begins at Class No. be given an automatic 25 points per contest he is not in. If the youth
5 p.m. until 10 p.m. 4334. Ages 15-18 4340. Novice 18 & Under competes but doesnot place in each class, he will be given 7 points.
14. CLUB LEADERSSign-In Sheet required to be turned into Barn 4336. Ages 10-14 4342. Shining Stars all ages The exhibitor with the lowest point score in each age divison will be
Superintendent. Each horse-barn participant is to Clean Walkways, 4338. Ages 6-9 named the Horse Exhibitor of the Year.
Help People and Direct All Problems to Yvonne.
15. All horse people will be required to follow all rules on barn door
SECTION E: BAREBACK EQUITATION SECTION F: HORSE EXHIBITOR AWARD
and in Fair Book. If rules are not followed, you may jeopardize your
Premiums: No Premiums; 1st - 6th Rosettes Premiums: No Premiums; Ribbons Only - A, B, C
premiums or next years entry.
16. Exibitor may show two (2) horses, pending stall availability. Both
Class No. Class No.
must register. 4346. Ages 15-18 4352. Novice 18 & Under 4420. Ages 15-18 4422. Ages 6-9
17. There will be no trailering in or out during the Fair unless exhibitor gets 4348. Ages 10-14 4421. Ages 10-14
4350. Ages 6-9

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SPECIFIC & GENERAL RULES are located before
YOUTH DEPARTMENT 60 - YOUTH - AGES 2 THROUGH 5

DIVISION 60C - YOUTH FINE ARTS: Ages 2-5 DIVISION 60G - YOUTH FLORICULTURE: Ages 2-5
SECTION A - FINE ARTS
YOUTH DEPARTMENT RULES Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00
See Rules before Department 60
SECTION A
Class No. Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00
GENERAL RULES FOR ALL ENTRIES: 2015. Coloring Book Picture 2019. Finger Paint Picture Class No.
1. Pre-entry required on all exhibits 2016. Drawing, Crayon 2020. Marker 2135. Dried Flower Arrangement 2138. Potted Flowering Plant
2. PRE-ENTRY DEADLINE IS last Sunday of July. 2017. Drawing, Colored Pencil 2021. Watercolor 2136. Flower, Cut (Single Species) 2139. Sunflowers
3. Entry fee $3.00 per 1 to 5 items, to be PAID at time of pre-entry. 2018. Drawing, Pencil 2022. Any Other Not Listed 2137. Flower, Cut Arrangement 2140. Any Other Not Listed
4. Only one entry per class, per exhibitor.
5. Any Other Not Listed items may not DUPLICATE Class DIVISION 60D - YOUTH FOLK ARTS: Ages 2-5 DIVISION 60H - YOUTH HORTICULTURE: Ages 2-5
Numbers in that Section. See Rules before Department 60
6. All exhibits must be original and created, grown or baked by the exhibitor. SECTION B - CREATIVE CRAFT
7. Exhibits must have been created within two years prior of fair Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00 SECTION A
entry & must NOT have been shown previously. Class No. Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00
2030. Beadwork 2040. Paper Mache Class No.
SPECIFIC RULES 2031. Button Art 2041. Popsicle Stick Art 2145. Hanging Plant 2147. Terrarium
Needlework (Ages 6-18) 2042. Recycled Products Art 2146. Plants in pot or planters 2148. Any Other Not Listed
1. Exhibits must be clean and complete. 2033. Foam Art 2043. Scrapbooking
2034. Holiday Decoration/Ornament 2044. Seed Art
Baking (All Ages)
1. Exhibits should be displayed in ziploc-style bags on paper plates.
2035. Jewelry 2045. Sunday School Project DEPARTMENT 61:
2036. Lego Art 2046. Toothpick Art Structure
If item is too large, use plastic wrap or a see-through box. 2037. Model, Any 2047. Wire Art YOUTH - AGES 6 THROUGH 9
2. Exhibits must be whole cakes, pies or loaves and may be small size. 2038. Nature Art 2048. Woodworking
3. Products made with commercial mixes will NOT be accepted or judged. 2039. Paint By Number 2049. Any Other Not Listed DIVISION 61A - YOUTH NEEDLEWORK
Canned Goods (Ages 6-18) SECTION A
1. Please see rules under E41-Division B SECTION C - COLLECTIONS (6 or more items) Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00
See Rules before Department 60 Class No.
Paintings and Drawings (Ages 14-18) 2200. Cloth Needlepoint 2205. Quilting
1. All exhibits must be suitably framed with WIRE firmly attached. Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00 2201. Counted Cross Stitch 2206. Sewing
2. Frames, paintings and drawings must be absolutely dry. Class No. 2202. Crocheting 2207. Weaving and Loom Made
3. ONLY entries with wire firmly attached for 2060. Bottle Caps 2076. Keys 2203. Embroidery 2208. Any Other Not Listed
hanging will be judged. 2061. Bottles 2077. Magnets 2204. Knitting
2062. Business Cards 2078. Matchbooks
Collections 2063. Buttons 2079. Miniatures DIVISION 61B -
1. Collections must contain at least 6 items. 2064. Cans 2080. Models YOUTH CULINARY ARTS: Ages 6-9
2. Exhibitor may enter collection each year, but it must be improved 2065. Caps and Hats 2081. Pencils
on from the previous year. 2066. Cards, Any Type 2082. Pens SECTION A - BAKING
3. If using a display board, limit size of board to 3 ft. by 3 ft. 2067. Cars 2083. Pins Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00
2068. Coins 2084. Post Cards Class No.
Photography (Ages 14-18) 2069. Colored Pencils 2085. Rag Dolls 2215. Bars, Any, (6) 2222. Pies, Any
1. All exhibits must be suitably framed with WIRE firmly attached. 2070. Comic Books 2086. Sea Shells 2216. Brownies, Any, (6) 2223. Rolls, Any, (6)
2. ONLY ENTRIES WITH WIRE FIRMLY ATTACHED FOR 2071. Dolls 2087. Sports Cards 2217. Cakes, Any 2224. Cookies, Chocolate Chip, (6)
HANGING WILL BE JUDGED. 2072. Erasers 2088. Stamps 2218. Candy, Any, (6) 2225. Cookies, Peanut Butter, (6)
2073. Figurines, Any 2089. Stickers 2219. Cookies, No Bake, (6) 2226. Cookies, Molasses, (6)
Agriculture 2074. Trucks 2090. Stones 2220. Doughnuts, Any, (6) 2227. Cookies, Oatmeal, (6)
1. Exhibit produce as if you are selling it. Look for uniformity in 2075. Insects 2091. Any Other Not Listed 2221. Quick Breads, Any 2228. Any Other Not Listed
multiple items.
2. All exhibits must be displayed on plates or in other appropriate DIVISION 60E - YOUTH PHOTOGRAPHY: Ages 2-5 SECTION B - CANNED GOODS
containers. See Rules before Department 60 Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00
Class No.
Floriculture SECTION A 2235. Fruits 2239. Pickles
1. All exhibits must be grown by the exhibitor. Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00 2236. Jams 2240. Relishes
2. All vases must be no less than 2 inches in diameter. Class No. 2237. Jellies 2241. Vegetables
3. Vases will not be considered when judging. 2095. Photo, B&W, Animals 2099. Photo, Color, Animals 2238. Juices 2242. Any Other Not Listed
4. Supports such as frogs, wires, oasis, tape, etc. may be used. 2096. Photo, B&W, Landscape 2100. Photo, Color, Landscape
5. Entry tags are to be attached to the container, NOT to the flower. 2097. Photo, B&W, People 2101. Photo, Color, People DIVISION 61C - YOUTH FINE ARTS: Ages 6-9
6. Weight must not exceed 25 lbs. 2098. Photo, Collage 2102. Any Other Not Listed
SECTION A - PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS
Horticulture DIVISION 60F - YOUTH AGRICULTURE: Ages 2-5 Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00
1. All exhibits must be grown by the exhibitor. See Rules before Department 60 Class No.
2. Entry tags are to be attached to the container, NOT the plant. 2250. Acrylic 2256. Drawing, Colored Pencil
3. Weight must not exceed 25 lbs. SECTION A - VEGETABLES 2251. Coloring Book Picture 2257. Drawing, Pencil
Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00 2252. Computer Creation 2258. Mixed Media
DEPARTMENT 60: Class No.
2106. Beans, Green (1 pint) 2111. Tomatoes (3)
2253. Crayon
2254. Drawing, Ink
2259. Watercolor
2260. Any Other Not Listed
YOUTH - AGES 2 THROUGH 5 2107. Beans, Yellow (1 pint) 2112. Vegetable Display, 4+ varieties 2255. Drawing, Charcoal
2108. Cucumbers (3) 2113. Vegetable, Leaf (1 bunch)
DIVISION 60B YOUTH CULINARY ARTS: Ages 2-5 2109. Radishes (1 bunch) 2114. Any Other Not Listed SECTION B - POTTERY AND SCULPTURE
2110. Squash (2) Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00
SECTION A - BAKING (60B) Class No.
Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00 SECTION B - FRUITS 2265. Pottery, Any 2266. Sculpture, Any
Class No. Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00
2000. Bars, Any, (6) 2005. Cookies, Chocolate Chip, (6) Class No DIVISION 61D - YOUTH FOLK ARTS: Ages 6-9
2001. Brownies, Any, (6) 2006. Quick Bread, Any, (6) 2120. Berries 2124. Pears
2002. Candy, Any, (6) 2007. Cookie, Molasses, (6) 2121. Cherries, Sweet or Tart 2125. Peaches SECTION A - LITERARY
2003. Cookies, No Bake, (6) 2008. Cookie, Oatmeal, (6) 2122. Rhubarb 2126. Plums Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00
2004. Cookies, Peanut Butter, (6) 2009. Any Other Not Listed 2123. Apples 2127. Any Other Not Listed Class No.
2270. Poetry (2 pages or less)

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SPECIFIC & GENERAL RULES are located before
DEPARTMENT 60 - YOUTH - AGES 2 THROUGH 5
YOUTH
2271. Prose (2 pages or less) DIVISION 61G - YOUTH FLORICULTURE: Ages 6-9 SECTION A - LITERARY
2272. Short Story (200 words or less) Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00
SECTION A Class No.
SECTION B - CREATIVE CRAFT Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00 2496. Poetry (2 pages or less)
Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00 Class No. 2497. Prose (2 pages or less)
Class No. 2396. Dried Flower Arrangement 2400. Indoor Garden Arrangement 2489. Short Story (250 words or less)
2280. Beadwork 2291. Paper Mache 2397. Flower, Cut (Single Species) 2401. Potted Flowering Plant
2281. Button Art 2292. Popsicle Stick Art 2398. Flower, Cut Arrangement 2402. Sunflowers SECTION B - CREATIVE CRAFT
2293. Recycled Products Art 2399. Hanging Flowering Plant 2403. Any Other Not Listed Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00
2283. Foam Art 2294. Scrapbooking Class No.
2284. Holiday Decoration 2295. Seed Art DIVISION 61H - YOUTH HORTICULTURE: Ages 6-9 2500. Beadwork 2513. Popsicle Stick Art
2285. Holiday Ornament 2296. Toothpick Art Structure 2501. Button Art 2514. Recycled Products Art
2286. Jewelry 2297. Wire Art SECTION A 2515. Scrapbooking
2287. Lego Art 2298. Woodworking Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00 2503. Decoupage 2516. Seed Art
2288. Model, Any 2299. Sunday School Project Class No. 2504. Foam Art 2517. Toothpick Art Structure
2289. Nature Art 2300. Any Other Not Listed 2410. Hanging Plant 2412. Terrarium 2505. Holiday Decoration 2518. Wire Art
2290. Paint By Number 2411. Plants in pot or planters 2413. Any Other Not Listed 2506. Holiday Ornament 2519. Woodworking, Bird Feeder
2507. Jewelry 2520. Woodworking, Bird House
SECTION C - COLLECTIONS (6 or more items) 2508. Lego Art 2521. Woodworking, Cutting Board
Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00 2509. Model, Any 2522. Woodworking, Furnitire
Class No. DEPARTMENT 62: 2510. Nature Art 2523. Any Other Not Listed
2305. Bottle Caps
2306. Bottles
2321. Keys
2322. Magnets
YOUTH - AGES 10 THROUGH 13 2511. Paint By Number
2512. Paper Mache
2307. Business Cards 2323. Matchbooks
DIVISION 62A - YOUTH NEEDLEWORK
2308. Buttons 2324. Miniatures SECTION C - COLLECTIONS
2309. Cans 2325. Models Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00
SECTION A
2310. Caps and Hats 2326. Pencils Class No.
Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00
2311. Cards, Any Type 2327. Pens 2530. Bottle Caps 2546. Keys
Class No.
2312. Cars 2328. Pins 2531. Bottles 2547. Magnets
2425. Cloth Needlepoint 2430. Quilting
2313. Coins 2329. Post Cards 2532. Business Cards 2548. Matchbooks
2426. Counted Cross Stitch 2431. Sewing
2314. Colored Pencils 2330. Rag Dolls 2533. Buttons 2549. Miniatures
2427. Crocheting 2432. Weaving and Loom Made
2315. Comic Books 2331. Sea Shells 2534. Cans 2550. Models
2428. Embroidery 2433. Any Other Not Listed
2316. Dolls 2332. Sports Cards 2535. Caps and Hats 2551. Pencils
2429. Knitting
2317. Erasers 2333. Stamps 2536. Cards, Any Type 2552. Pens
2318. Figurines, Any 2334. Stickers 2537. Cars 2553. Pins
DIVISION 62B -
2319. Trucks 2335. Stones 2538. Coins 2554. Post Cards
YOUTH CULINARY ARTS: Ages 10-13
2320. Insects 2336. Any Other Not Listed 2539. Colored Pencils 2555. Rag Dolls
2540. Comic Books 2556. Sea Shells
SECTION A - BAKING
DIVISION 61E - YOUTH PHOTOGRAPHY: Ages 6-9 2541. Dolls 2557. Sports Cards
Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00
2542. Erasers 2568. Stamps
Class No.
SECTION A 2543. Figurines, Any 2559. Stickers
2440. Bars, Any, (6) 2447. Pies, Any
Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00 2544. Trucks 2560. Stones
2441. Brownies, Any, (6) 2448. Rolls, Any, (6)
Class No 2545. Insects 2561. Any Other Not Listed
2442. Cakes, Any 2449. Cookies, Chocolate Chip, (6)
2340. Photo, B&W, Animals 2345. Photo, Color, Landscape
2443. Candy, Any, (6) 2450. Cookies, Peanut Butter, (6)
2341. Photo, B&W, Landscape 2346. Photo, Color, People DIVISION 62E -
2444. Cookies, No Bake, (6) 2451. Cookies, Molasses, (6)
2342. Photo, B&W, People 2347. Photo, Computer YOUTH PHOTOGRAPHY: Ages 10-13
2445. Doughnuts, Any, (6) 2452. Cookies, Oatmeal, (6)
2343. Photo, Collage 2348. Photo, Experimental
2446. Quick Breads, Any 2453. Any Other Not Listed
2344. Photo, Color, Animals 2349. Any Other Not Listed SECTION A - BLACK AND WHITE
Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00
SECTION B - CANNED GOODS
DIVISION 61F - YOUTH AGRICULTURE: Ages 6-9 Class No.
Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00
2570. Action 2579. Landscapes
Class No.
SECTION A - VEGETABLES 2571. Animals 2580. People
2460. Fruits 2464. Pickles
Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00 2572. Birds 2581. Plants
2461. Jams 2465. Relishes
Class No. 2573. Buildings 2582. Seascapes
2462. Jellies 2466. Vegetables
2355. Beans, Green (1 pint) 2360. Tomatoes (3) 2574. Close-Ups 2583. Special Effects
2463. Juices 2467. Any Other Not Listed
2356. Beans, Yellow (1 pint) 2361. Vegetable Display, 4+ varieties 2575. Collages 2584. Sunrises
2357. Cucumbers (3) 2362. Vegetable, Leaf (1 bunch) 2576. Computer 2585. Sunsets
2358. Radishes (1 bunch) 2663. Any Other Not Listed 2577. Experimental 2586. Any Other Not Listed
DIVISION 62C - YOUTH FINE ARTS: Ages 10-13
2359. Squash (2) 2578. Flowers
SECTION A - PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS
SECTION B - FRUITS SECTION B - COLOR
Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00
Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00 Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00
Class No.
Class No. Class No.
2475. Acrylic 2483. Experimental Art
2370. Apples 2374. Rhubarb 2595. Action 2604. Landscapes
2476. Coloring Book Picture 2484. Mixed Media
2371. Berries 2375. Peaches 2596. Animals 2605. People
2477. Computer Creation 2485. Oils
2372. Cherries, Sweet or Tart 2376. Plums 2597. Birds 2606. Plants
2478. Crayon 2486. Pastels
2373. Pears 2377. Any Other Not Listed 2598. Buildings 2607. Seascapes
2479. Drawing, Charcoal 2487. Prints
2599. Close-Ups 2608. Special Effects
2480. Drawing, Ink 2488. Watercolor
SECTION C - FARM CROPS 2600. Collages 2609. Sunrises
2481. Drawing, Colored Pencil 2489. Any Other Not Listed
Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00 2601. Computer 2610. Sunsets
2482. Drawing, Pencil
Class No. 2602. Experimental 2611. Any Other Not Listed
2385. Small Grains (1 pint) 2387. Bales (Hay, Straw, etc.) 2603. Flowers
SECTION B - POTTERY AND SCULPTURE
2386. Sheaf Samples of Grain 2388. Any Other Not Listed
Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00
Class No.
SECTION D - HERBS DIVISION 62F - YOUTH AGRICULTURE: Ages 10-13
2492. Pottery, Any 2493. Sculpture, Any
Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00 SECTION A - VEGETABLES
Class No. Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00
2390. Herb, Single Specimen 2392. Any Other Not Listed Class No.
DIVISION 62D - YOUTH FOLK ARTS: Ages 10-13
2391. Herb Display, 4 or more 2616. Beans, Green (1 pint) 2621. Tomatoes (3)
2617. Beans, Yellow (1 pint) 2622. Vegetable Display, 4+ varieties

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2618. Cucumbers (3) 2623. Vegetable, Leaf (1 bunch) DIVISION 63C - YOUTH FINE ARTS: Ages 14-18 SECTION B - COLOR
2619. Radishes (1 bunch) 2624. Any Other Not Listed See Rules before Department 60 Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00
2620. Squash (2) Class No.
SECTION B - FRUITS SECTION A - PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS 2860. Action 2869. Landscapes
Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00 Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00 2861. Animals 2870. People
Class No. Class No. 2862. Birds 2871. Plants
2630. Apples 2634. Rhubarb 2735. Acrylic 2743. Experimental Art 2863. Buildings 2872. Seascapes
2631. Berries 2635. Peaches 2736. Coloring Book Picture 2744. Mixed Media 2864. Close-Ups 2873. Special Effects
2632. Cherries, Sweet or Tart 2636. Plums 2737. Computer Creation 2745. Oils 2865. Collages 2874. Sunrises
2633. Pears 2637. Any Other Not Listed 2738. Crayon 2746. Pastels 2866. Computer 2875. Sunsets
2739. Drawing, Charcoal 2747. Prints 2867. Experimental 2876. Any Other Not Listed
SECTION C - FARM CROPS 2740. Drawing, Ink 2748. Watercolor 2868. Flowers
Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00 2741. Drawing, Colored Pencil 2749. Any Other Not Listed
Class No. 2742. Drawing, Pencil DIVISION 63F -
2641. Small Grains (1 pint) 2643. Bales (Hay, Straw, etc.) YOUTH AGRICULTURE: Ages 14-18
2642. Sheaf Samples of Grain 2644. Any Other Not Listed SECTION B - POTTERY AND SCULPTURE
Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00 SECTION A - VEGETABLES
SECTION D - HERBS Class No. Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00
Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00 2755. Pottery, Any 2756. Sculpture, Any Class No.
Class No. 2890. Beans, Green (1 pint) 2895. Tomatoes (3)
2650. Herb, Single Specimen 2652. Any Other Not Listed DIVISION 63D - YOUTH FOLK ARTS: Ages 14-18 2891. Beans, Yellow (1 pint) 2896. Vegetable Display, 4+ varieties
2651. Herb Display, 4 or more 2892. Cucumbers (3) 2897. Vegetable, Leaf (1 bunch)
SECTION A - LITERARY 2893. Radishes (1 bunch) 2898. Any Other Not Listed
Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00 2894. Squash (2)
DIVISION 62G - YOUTH FLORICULTURE: Ages 10-13 Class No
2760. Poetry (2 pages or less) SECTION B - FRUITS
SECTION A 2761. Prose (2 pages or less) Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00
Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00 2762. Short Story (300 words or less) Class No
Class No. 2906. Apples 2910. Rhubarb
2656. Dried Flower Arrangement 2660. Indoor Garden Arrangement SECTION B - CREATIVE CRAFT 2907. Berries 2911. Peaches
2657. Flower, Cut (Single Species) 2661. Potted Flowering Plant Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00 2908. Cherries, Sweet or Tart 2912. Plums
2658. Flower, Cut Arrangement 2662. Sunflowers Class No. 2909. Pears 2913. Any Other Not Listed
2659. Hanging Flowering Plant 2663. Any Other Not Listed 2770. Beadwork 2782. Popsicle Stick Art
2771. Button Art 2783. Recycled Products Art SECTION C - FARM CROPS
DIVISION 62H - YOUTH HORTICULTURE: Ages 10-13 2784. Scrapbooking Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00
2773. Decoupage 2785. Seed Art Class No.
SECTION A 2774. Foam Art 2786. Toothpick Art Structure 2920. Small Grains (1 pint) 2922. Bales (Hay, Straw, etc.)
Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00 2775. Holiday Decoration 2787. Wire Art 2921. Sheaf Samples of Grain 2923. Any Other Not Listed
Class No. 2776. Holiday Ornament 2788. Woodworking, Bird Feeder
2670. Hanging Plant 2672. Terrarium 2777. Jewelry 2789. Woodworking, Bird House SECTION D - HERBS
2671. Plants in pot or planters 2673. Any Other Not Listed 2778. Model, Any 2790. Woodworking, Cutting Board Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00
2779. Nature Art 2791. Woodworking, Furnitire Class No.
DEPARTMENT 63: 2780. Paint By Number
2781. Paper Mache
2792. Any Other Not Listed 2930. Herb, Single Specimen
2931. Herb Display, 4 or more
2932. Any Other Not Listed

YOUTH - AGES 14 THROUGH 18


SECTION C - COLLECTIONS (6 or more items) DIVISION 63G -
DIVISION 63A - YOUTH NEEDLEWORK Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00 YOUTH FLORICULTURE: Ages 14-18
Class No.
SECTION A 2800. Bottle Caps 2816. Keys SECTION A
Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00 2801. Bottles 2817. Magnets Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00
Class No. 2802. Business Cards 2818. Matchbooks Class No.
2680. Needlepoint 2685. Quilting 2803. Buttons 2819. Miniatures 2940. Dried Flower Arrangement 2944. Indoor Garden Arrangement
2681. Counted Cross Stitch 2686. Sewing 2804. Cans 2820. Models 2941. Flower, Cut (Single Species) 2945. Potted Flowering Plant
2682. Crocheting 2687. Weaving and Loom Made 2805. Caps and Hats 2821. Pencils 2942. Flower, Cut Arrangement 2946. Sunflowers
2683. Embroidery 2688. Any Other Not Listed 2806. Cards, Any Type 2822. Pens 2943. Hanging Flowering Plant 2947. Any Other Not Listed
2684. Knitting 2807. Cars 2823. Pins
. 2808. Coins 2824. Post Cards 63 - DIVISION H - YOUTH HORTICULTURE: Ages 14-18
DIVISION 63B - YOUTH CULINARY ARTS: Ages 14-18 2809. Colored Pencils 2825. Rag Dolls
2810. Comic Books 2826. Sea Shells SECTION A
SECTION A - BAKING 2811. Dolls 2827. Sports Cards Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00
Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00 2812. Erasers 2828. Stamps Class No.
Class No. 2813. Figurines, Any 2829. Stickers 2955. Hanging Plant 2956. Terrarium
2700. Bars, Any, (6) 2707. Pies, Any 2814. Trucks 2830. Stones 2956. Plants in pot or planters 2958. Any Other Not Listed
2701. Brownies, Any, (6) 2708. Rolls, Any, (6) 6615. Insects 2831. Any Other Not Listed
2702. Cakes, Any
2703. Candy, Any, (6)
2709. Cookies, Chocolate Chip, (6)
2710. Cookies, Peanut Butter, (6) DIVISION 63E -
DEPARTMENT 64
2704. Cookies, No Bake, (6) 2711. Cookies, Molasses, (6) YOUTH PHOTOGRAPHY: Ages 14-18 YOUTH ORGANIZATIONS
2705. Doughnuts, Any, (6) 2712. Cookies, Oatmeal, (6)
2706. Quick Breads, Any 2713. Any Other Not Listed SECTION A - BLACK AND WHITE DIVISION 64A - YOUTH ALL AGES
Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00
SECTION B - CANNED GOODS Class No. YOUTH ORGANIZATIONS - SPECIFIC RULES
Premiums: A - $2.00; B - $1.50; C - $1.00 2840. Action 2849. Landscapes 1. Exhibits will be scored on the following basis: neatness,
Class No.) 2841. Animals 2850. People arrangement, quality, quantity, originality and application to
2720. Fruits 2724. Pickles 2842. Birds 2851. Plants Organization.
2721. Jams 2725. Relishes 2843. Buildings 2852. Seascapes 2. Must fit on 6 foot by 8 foot table, already at facility.
2722. Jellies 2726. Vegetables 2844. Close-Ups 2853. Special Effects
2723. Juices 2727. Any Other Not Listed 2845. Collages 2854. Sunrises SECTION A
2846. Computer 2855. Sunsets Premiums: A - $3.00; B - $2.00; C - $1.00
2847. Experimental 2856. Any Other Not Listed Class No.
2848. Flowers 2965. Organization Display 2966. Youth Club

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The Floral Hall
The history of the Northern District Fair As-
sociation and the Octagonal Building some-
what overlap. Originally the fairgrounds were
located in west Harristown - boundaries of
West Division Street, Chestnut, Colfax and
Dr. Leesons farm (1879 - 1900). Starting
in November 1902, the current location (40
acres) was being cleared for use as a horse
racing track. The first horse races started in
August of 1903. By 1905 eighty horses were This building allowed considerable room
stabled at the fairgrounds for annual summer for the displays/exhibits of goods by various As an official opening of the fairs gates, co-
race meets. merchants and for the sale of excellent speci- incidently a homecoming was held which in-
mens of fruits, vegetables, stock, etc. There cluded an automobile parade of 23 decorated
In 1907, it was determined that future fairs was even an area for the display of a fine line cars. There was also a Venetian Night with 24
would be moved to the location of the horse of school exhibits provided by the students. illuminated motor boats.
races. There was a need for more buildings
for the fair. The construction of two buildings Only two buildings were available for the The Octagonal Building is currently being
began in July 1908. The Octagonal Building first fair. Other displays and exhibits had to be evaluated by a community committee and en-
(The Floral Hall) was completed for the open- shown under tents. The fair organization also gineers with respect to the future life of the
ing of the first fair held at the new location on had use of the grandstand which belonged to most unique structure - now in its 109th year!
September 15, 1908. the horse racing organization.

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History of the
Northern District Fair Association
1879-1900 JULY 21, 1908
FAIRGROUNDS located in west Harristown. Boundries: West Divi- Building of Fair Buildings will begin at once and be completed 2 weeks
sion Street, Chestnut, Colfax and Dr Lessons farm. prior to the Fair. C.E. Dutton- Superintendent

NOVEMBER 5, 1902 AUGUST 20, 1908


It was announced that Burkes forty north of the city was being cleared Buildings still being worked on.
and stumped by the Recreation Park Association for us as a horse racing
track. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1908
The Floral Hall affords considerable room for the display of goods by
AUGUST 20, 1903 merchants, and it is expected the opening hour tomorrow will reveal a
Downtown business places closed in the afternoon for the race meet very pretty picture there. George Webber, furniture and John Johnson,
on the newly-built race track at Recreational Park. They were the first hardware, were the first merchants to get busy on their booths. They are
horse races in Cadillac since 1892. adjoining each other and have an attractive booth showing principally
kitchen cabinets and stoves. Also an ad this day from Drury & Kelley
JULY 17, 1905 Hardware Co. saying meet us at the Fair!
Eighty horses were stabled at the fairgrounds (Recreational Park) for the
annual summer race meet. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1908
The FIRST Northern District Fair promoted by a group of regional
1907 newspaper publishers, open its gates. Coincidently a homecoming was
The NORTHERN DISTRICT FAIR ASSOCIATION is formed by Perry F. held, a feature of whicho was an automobile parade of 23 decorated cars.
Powers, along wioth John Terwilliger (Cadillac), William McDowell (Tu- There was also a Venetian Night with 23 illuminated motorboats.
stin), Orville Dennis (Lake City), Horance G Hutzler (Manton), Charles
R. Smith (Secretary of Recreational Park Assn.), and Charles T. Mitchell.

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SEPTEMBER 15, 1908 SEPTEMBER 12, 1911
In FLORAL HALL, merchants have been busy getting their booths Fourth Annual Fair Perry F Powers-President, F.A. Diggins-Treasurer,
ready. A fine line of school exhibits have been spread out in a booth set John M. Tellwilliger-Secretary, Board of Directors: R.D. Frederich, W.A.
apart for school work. McDowell, F.E. Rice, H.G. Hutzler, Perry F. Powers, R.W. Crawford,
Charles R. Smith, E.L. Metheany, Charles T. Mitchell.
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 17, 1908
Booths tastily arranged and competent demonstrators in charge. The 1928
merchants exhibits at the Northern District Fair are vieing for those 2 large barns built for housing and exhibiting cattle were built. (These are
of the many excellent specimens of fruits, vegetables, stock, etc., for the the current Beef barn and the larger Horse Barn.)
attention of the thousands who are attending the big event. The displays
are certainly a great credit to the efforts put forth by the merchants and 1933-1935
receive many expressions of praise. No fair was held by the NORTHERN DISTRICT FAIR ASSOC. (due
As one enters Floral Hall from the south entrance he is first attracted by to the depression).
the display of Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets by Harris & Savery. Across
the way are attractive designs in rugs to be found AW Linds booth. 1936
Donnellys Table Supply House, JP Herzog, a local florist, SS Thorpe First fair held since 1932. Fair dates Aug 25th through Aug 28th.
nicknamed The Land Man was handing out brochures, Cadillac Water
& Light Co, Mrs. O.D. Legg was furnishing concerts with an Edison 1938
Phonograph, Cable Piano Co, McDougall Kitchen Cabinets, Citizens New Grandstand built at a cost of $12,000.00 (this burned in 196?)
Telephoe, Universal Stove, Nelson R. Torrey, local monument man,
Howard Packard Land Co, The National Grocery Co, and EJ Morgan 1940
displaying Favorite stove and ranges. Large steel Building for 4-H and a large steel Annex to the Merchants
Building were erected.
1908
Only two buildings were available for the first fair and displays and ex- 1942-1944
hibits had to be shown under tents. The fair organization also had the No fairs held due to World War II
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Monday, August 14
Monday
Kids Pedal Pull
Ages 2-12. A Pedal Tr
children and families.
actor Pull is an event
that has a magical eff
It is a pedal toy tractor ect on
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Registration Sponsored by:
at 3:00 PM
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Monday, August 14
Ve t e r a n s S a l u t e
P M in th e G ra nd stands FREE Event
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Tuesday, August 15
Farm Stock Tractor Pull Put on by: Marion Vintage Power & Machine Club
7:00PM $5 Admission Children 2 years and younger FREE
Tractors compete to see who can pull the heaviest load.
Sponsored by:

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Wednesday, August 16
Garden Tractor Pull ee Admission
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Wednesday, August 16
Livestock Auction Sale at th ey ha ve en tered in the fair. Cornish,
market animal pr oj ec ts th
6:00 PM Youth sell their at , La m bs , Sw in e, an d Beef are all offered for sale.
, Go
Chickens, Turkeys, Rabbits
Thusday, August 17
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7:00 PM in the Gran
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$5 children 3 thru 10, Childr
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