EDWARDS COUNTY FAIRBOOK

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1 EDWARDS COUNTY FAIRBOOK STARS, STRIPES AND FUN NIGHTS COME AND ENJOY THE 154 th EDWARDS COUNTY FAIR! July 18 July 28,

2 1 Katie Hnetkovsky 2017 Edwards County Fair Queen SPONSORS OF THE EDWARDS COUNTY FAIR CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, BOROWIAK S IGA, WABASH VALLEY SERVICE COMPANY, CONSOLODATED GRAIN AND BARGE Monday Evening General Admission, $8.00; Under 12 years of age, $6.00 Wednesday Evening General Admission, $8.00; Under 12 years of age, $6.00 Tuesday Evening General Admission, $10.00; Under 5 years of age, Free if seated on Parent s lap Thursday Evening General Admission, $8.00; Under 12 years of age, $6.00 Friday Evening All Admissions, $10.00 Saturday Evening All Admissions, $10.00 General Admission Grandstand, $10.00 Designed by 2017 Web design III and Web I Edwards County High School, Andrew Nead, Faith Michels, and Joe Richards 2018 Web design III David Ratcliffe and Drew Pountain

3 Table of Contents Schedule Officers, Directors, and Executive Board Superintendents General Rules and Regulations Livestock Health Requirements Cattle Swine Sheep Goats Equine Poultry Cervidae Rattites, Pigeons, Rabbits, Llamas Department A - Beef Cattle Department F Sheep Junior Dept. H Beef (JR.) Department U Goats Sheep (JR.) Swine (JR.) Equine (JR.) Dairy Goats (JR.) Rabbits Poultry (JR.) Junior Show Judging Class J Farm Products Class K Fruits Class L Flowers Class M Textiles and Art Class N Education and Natural History Class O Culinary and Pantry Stores Class P Junior Domestics Hobby Show Hobby Show (Age 13 and under) Class V Flat Track Races Pig Penning 39 Pedal Pull Motocross Races Class Q - Truck and Tractor Pull Entry Form..43 2

4 EDWARDS COUNTY FAIR July 18 July 28, 2018 Fairgrounds Phone (618) ****************************************************************************** All Junior and 4-H livestock entries close at 10 a.m., Monday, July 24 except those in open classes and 4- H horse show. All open (except beef) livestock and Jr. livestock must be on grounds before Midnight, Sunday, July 23, exceptions on page 5. Floral Hall and Hobby entries close at 6 p.m. Monday, July 24 except Class L Flowers and Class O Baked Goods (Baked Goods go to Exhibition Bldg.) will close at 12 noon and be judged in the afternoon, entries must be in place at designated closing time. A Social Security number will be required from ALL exhibitors. Wednesday, July 18 Open Sheep on grounds at 1 p.m. Thursday, July 19 4-H Dog Show at 6 p.m. Friday, July 20 Open Sheep Show 8:00 a.m. 4-H & Jr. Horse Show, Equine Pleasure Show, at 8:00 a.m. Saturday, July 21 Car, Truck, Tractor Show 8:00 a.m. on Square. Floral Hall tags may be picked up from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m., however NO ARTICLES CAN BE BROUGHT UNTIL MONDAY. Mammoth Parade through downtown Albion at 10:00 a.m. Theme: "Stars, Stripes and Fun Nights" Fair Queen Contest 6:00 p.m.-exhibition Bldg. Open Goat Show 1:00 p.m. Sunday, July 22 4-H and Jr. Rabbit Show at 2:00 p.m., Exhibition Bldg. Small Animal Show 2 p.m. Flag Raising 7:15 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Vesper Service begins at 7:30 p.m., Kristin Speir in charge. Monday, July 23 Floral Hall Entries can be made from 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Flower & Baked Good entries closed at noon. All other have until 6:00 p.m. Dept. H Jr. Dept. Livestock and 4-H entries from 7:00 a.m. 8 a.m. Livestock Judging Contest 9:00 a.m. Dept. L Flower & Open and Jr. Domestic Baked Goods entries close at 12:00 noon. Weigh-in 6 a.m. (Edwards County Farm Bureau will furnish snacks) Livestock Registration 7:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. Livestock Judging Mini Session 8:45 a.m. Exhibition Building opens at 5:00 p.m. Exhibition Building Baked Goods Auction at 5:00 p.m. Poultry Show at 5:00 p.m. Floral Hall entries must be in place by 6:00 p.m. Flat Track Races at 6:30 p.m. Steel Horse Midway Attractions Carnival all week Inflatables all week Exhibition Building: Tupperware Bingo 6:30 p.m. 3

5 4 Tuesday, July Senior Day Jr. & 4-H Hog Show at 8:00 a.m. 4-H & Jr. Goat Show 1:00 p.m. 4-H & Jr. Dairy follows the Goat Show Whippoorwill Rodeo 6:30 p.m. Exhibition Building open at 5:00 p.m. Bucket Calf Interviews at 5:00 p.m. Floral Hall Open tentatively at 6 p.m. 4-H and Jr. Sheep Show 4:00 p.m. Exhibition Building: Longaberger Binga 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 25 4-H & Jr. Bucket Calves at 8:00 a.m. Beef at 8:30 a.m. Open Beef on grounds at 1:00 p.m. Floral Hall & Hobby displays open from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. 4-H Tractor Rodeo at 1:00 p.m., Horse Arena Exhibition Building open at 5:00 p.m. 4-H Master Showmanship 6:00 p.m., 4-H Arena Pig penning 6:30 p.m. Kids Pedal Pull at 5:00 p.m. Exhibition Building: healthy habits for lifelong transformation with Abbi Cook 6:30 p.m. Thursday, July 26 Youth Livestock Sale, 4-H arena at 9:00 a.m. Buyers' Meal 12 p.m. Floral Hall and Hobby displays open from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Exhibition Building open at 5:00 p.m. Motocross at 6:30 p.m. Friday, July 27 Open Beef Show 8 a.m. Floral Hall and Hobby displays open from 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Truck and Tractor Pull in front of grandstands- 6:30 p.m. Farm Class 6 p.m. Last Night for Exhibition Bldg. Open at 5 p.m. Exhibition Building: Gospel Night 6:30 p.m. Saturday, July 28 Floral Hall articles must be picked up 8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. Remote Control Demo Derby; Exhibition Building 2:00 p.m. Contact: Jim Peach Large Demolition Derby 6:30 p.m. Officers: Neil Fearn,... President Richard Mathis,... Vice-President David Simms,... Secretary Shad McKinzie,... Treasurer Directors At Large: Neil Fearn Richard Mathis

6 Toby Beadles Dennis Mewes David Simms Todd Coles Loren Pollard Randy Longbons Matt McVaigh Carson Everett Kristin Speir Jarod Weaver Cody Williams Nixie Hnetkovsky Seth Root Shad McKinzie George Fewkes Steve Thomason EXECUTIVE BOARD NEIL FEARN DAVID SIMMS SHAD MACKINZIE RICHARD MATHIS RANDY LONGBONS SUPERINTEDENTS Mammoth Parade... Kristen Speir, George Fewkes, Chairman Fair Queen Director... Nathan Gentz Jr. Dept., Beef and Hogs... Toby Beadles, George Fewkes Jr. Dept., Sheep and Dairy... David Simms, Cody Williams Jr. Dept. Horse & Saddle Races... Todd Coles, Cody Williams Tickets... Kristen Speir Education... Nixie Hnetkovsky Sheep... David Simms Beef... David Simms General Livestock Stalls... Neil Fearn Floral Hall Superintendent... Steve Thomason Floral Hall, Class J & K... Bonita Thomason Hobby Show, Class Q -... Valerie Murbarger Needlework, Class M -... Audrey Spray Culinary, Class O -... Angie Hout Flowers and Plants, Class L... Bonnie Wright Jr. Domestics, Class P... Denise Michels Grandstand, Vesper Service... Kristen Speir Supt. Privileges... Richard Mathis, Randy Longbons Grounds... Carson Everett, Seth Root Flat Track Event... Todd Coles, Cody Williams Pig Penning Event... Carson Everett Moto Cross... Randy Longbons Truck & Tractor Pull... Matt McVaigh, Richard Mathis Open Goat... Neil Fearn Rodeo... Loren Pollard

7 General Rules and Regulations 6 State aid will be allowable on up to two monies under any one (1) premium number to an exhibitor. 1. The Association will use every reasonable precaution to safeguard the public, exhibitors, employees and exhibits, but positively will not be liable for death, loss, theft, damage or injury to person, animal or article from any cause. 2. Board of Directors will be in session during the week of the fair. They will hear and decide all questions affecting the rights of exhibitors or duties of employees. 3. The Secretary will be at his office on the grounds during the week of the fair and will be ready to transact business at all reasonable hours. 4. Entries must in all cases be made on the Secretary s books and the entry card properly attached to the article or animal before it will be entitled to be placed within the enclosure; and no article can be removed from the grounds until the close of the fair without permission from the Department Superintendents. 5. The General Superintendent will provide for reasonable wants of exhibitors and see that good order is maintained on fairgrounds. 6. Exhibitors are required to keep their stock accessible to visitors at all reasonable hours during the fair. All pens and stalls shall be kept in sanitary condition. After being notified to bring out their stock for exhibition, they will be allowed 15 minutes to get the stock into the ring, and at the expiration of that time may be ruled out. 7. Judges on stock will give proper regard to size, symmetry, breeding, early maturity and general points of excellence. The expert or one judge system, will be used in the livestock ring, and as far as practicable in all other classes, but will not give encouragement to overfed animals in breeding classes. 8. The decision of the several committees will be final and irrevocable as indicated by the class book returned to the Secretary in regard to premiums awarded except upon positive proof of fraud or gross palpable error on the part of the judges. A protest of an award must be made in writing accompanied by an affidavit setting for the grounds for protesting the award and a deposit of $ in the event of the protest being sustained; the $ shall be forfeited to the association. 9. Competition in open livestock classes open to Edwards and surrounding counties. Floral Hall exhibits open to Edwards County only. Borrowing, hiring, or temporarily buying animals or articles for the purpose of strengthening the exhibits for show purposes is strictly forbidden. 10. Persons living at a distant can have their entries made at any time by addressing the Secretary and will receive their cards when called for. 11. Exhibitors of purebred stock shall furnish the Superintendent of the proper department satisfactory proofs as to the pedigree of the animals on exhibition. The certificates of registration must be produced and shall be required by the Superintendents. 12. Objections to the Judges must be made in writing to the Superintendent of the department setting forth objection over the signature of the protestant. No judge will be removed except for good cause. 13. Any violations of the rules by exhibitors, excludes their competition and forfeits all premiums and if it is ascertained that any exhibitor has in an ungentlemanly and public manner taken exception to the judgment of the awarding committee, the Board of Directors may expel said person offending from competing for a premium or exhibiting on the

8 7 grounds of the association until he shall have made apology and been reinstated by vote of the majority of the whole Board of Directors. 14. Persons who wish to do so are requested to offer such special premiums, as they may desire. Such exhibits will be governed by the rules of the society and exhibited under the provision of such Department Superintendents as the President may direct. 15. The Board of Directors will endeavor to pay all purses and premiums in full at the close of the fair; but if for any reason beyond their control, they reserve the right to alter program, postpone, declare off, pay in part, prorate any or all purse or purses, premium or premiums offered or award made, as local financial conditions warrant. Upon sufficient proof of deceit or fraud or misrepresentation on the part of any exhibitor any or all purse or purses, premium or premiums or awards made, in question, may be revoked without reimbursement to exhibitor. 16. The Fair Management reserves the right to reject any or all entries. 17. Exhibits/Entries declared ineligible will forfeit premiums won and/or exhibitor will be asked to refund premiums if payment has already been made. Illinois Department of Agriculture Bureau of Animal Health and Welfare State Fairgrounds P.O. Box Springfield, IL Phone (217) Exhibition Livestock Health Requirements -County Fairs GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 1. Exhibitors are required to familiarize themselves with all rules applicable to their exhibits. 2. All out-of-state animals shall require an entry permit. Permits are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling (217) All animals, except as noted, shall be accompanied by a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI) which shows that the animal meets all health requirements for the State of Illinois. CVI s shall be made available to Bureau of Animal Health Personnel on request. CVI means a legible record made on an official form from the state of origin which has been issued, signed and dated by an accredited veterinarian and which shows the name and address of the animal s owner or exhibitor and the results of all required tests or vaccinations. A CVI shall list only one animal identification per line; shall be presented on the form on which it was initially issued; and shall not be corrected, changed or altered in any manner. 4. All animals shall be officially identified. The animal(s) official identification shall be recorded on the CVI. 5. If animals are from tuberculosis accredited, brucellosis certified, pseudorabies qualified, or brucellosis validated herds, the identifying herd number(s) along with the date of the last herd test(s) shall appear on the CVI. 6. CVI for out-of-state livestock shall be void thirty (30) days after issuance. 7. CVI for Illinois-origin livestock shall be void ninety (90) days after issuance.

9 8 8. All livestock shall be subject to examination upon entry to any Illinois fair or exhibition. Any animal showing evidence of infectious, contagious or communicable diseases shall be immediately withdrawn and held in quarantine at the owner s risk and expense until properly treated and recovered, or until the animal is released to return to the owner s premise. Any livestock infected with scabies, mange, active lesions of ringworm, soremouth, or multiple warts which are easily visible without close examination shall not be permitted to exhibit and are subject to quarantine or removal from the fairgrounds. Sheep and goats with caseous lymphadenitis as evidenced by draining abscesses shall not be exhibited and are subject to immediate quarantine or removal from the fairgrounds. 9. Illinois Department of Agriculture personnel or designee may collect blood, tissue, milk or urine samples from any animal being exhibited and/or raced at any Illinois fair to test for the presence of illegal drugs or banned substances. New examination techniques, such as ultrasound, may also be used at anytime while the animals are on the grounds of any Illinois fair or exhibit. The Illinois Department of Agriculture or designee may collect urine, blood, tissue or other test samples from exhibition animals at the time of slaughter. 10. All exhibitors of animals at any Illinois fair or exhibition shall comply with the provisions of the Illinois Humane Care for Animals Act. If violations are observed, the animals(s) will be excused from exhibition and ordered removed from the grounds with all awards being forfeited. Any practice or deviation from normal, accepted care, including physical, medical or mechanical application, shall constitute a violation of show rules and may result in the animal(s) disqualification and removal from the fairgrounds. 11. Any Illinois cattle, bison, cervidae or goats being exhibited in non-accredited free states must be isolated from the remainder of the herd/flock upon return to Illinois and retested for tuberculosis days post-entry. CATTLE Identification Individual identification of each animal shall be either a fully healed and legible tattoo, official metal ear tag, registration number (can only be used if the tattoo is recorded on the registration certificate or for breeds where pictures are acceptable), or individual brands, if brand is recorded on the registration certificate. Illinois Cattle Brucellosis Illinois is a Bovine Brucellosis Class-Free State. Brucellosis testing is not required for Illinois cattle. Tuberculosis Illinois is an Accredited Tuberculosis- Free State. Tuberculin testing is not required for Illinois cattle. Please note: Illinois calves under 6 months of age, and Illinois steers are not required to have a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection. Out-of-State-Cattle Permit 1. All out-of-state cattle are to be accompanied by an entry permit. 2. Permits are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling (217)

10 9 Brucellosis 1. Female cattle six (6) months of age and older and bulls eighteen (18) months of age and older shall be negative to an official test for brucellosis within thirty (30) days prior to entry, unless exempt by one (1) of the following: A. Originate directly from a certified brucellosis-free herd. B. Official vaccinates of dairy breeds under twenty (20) months of age or official vaccinates of beef breeds under twentyfour (24) months of age. C. Animal originated from a Class Free state (if entire state is so classified) D. Steers and spayed heifers are not required to be tested for brucellosis. 2. The negative brucellosis test shall be conducted at a state or federal laboratory within 30 days prior to exhibition. Tuberculosis 1. Accredited Tuberculosis Free States A. No tuberculin test required. All cattle, including steers, originating from an Accredited Tuberculosis Free State, may enter Illinois for exhibition when accompanied by a CVI issued by an accredited veterinarian within 30 days. 2. Non-Accredited Tuberculosis Free Areas or States (Not TB Free) A. Cattle must originate from a herd where a complete herd test was conducted within the past year. B. The individual animals entering Illinois must be negative to an additional tuberculin test conducted within 30 days prior to exhibition. C. Cattle that enter Illinois for exhibition and remain in Illinois (animal does not return to the state of origin within 30 days) must be isolated and retested for TB days from the last official TB test date. Illinois Swine SWINE Identification 1. All out-of-state swine are to be accompanied by an entry permit. 2. Ear notch identification is acceptable for barrows, crossbred gilts and breeding swine. (Note: Ear notch identification of crossbred swine does not satisfy USDA identification requirements for brucellosis and pseudorabies testing.) Brucellosis Brucellosis testing is not required for Illinois swine. Pseudorabies All exhibition swine are required to be tested for pseudorabies as described below. 1. Swine of all ages shall be negative to an official test for pseudorabies conducted within 90 days prior to exhibition; or swine shall originate immediately and directly from a qualified pseudorabies negative herd. 2. Barrows and females in market classes must meet the same requirements as breeding swine. Additional Requirements 1. Swine consigned to terminal market classes must meet the same test requirements as exhibition swine if these classes are held in conjunction with exhibits not intended for slaughter. 2. When terminal classes are held on a day when no other livestock are present, these animals are exempt from all test requirements and do not need a CVI. All swine terminal classes must be identified by a site tattoo prior to movement to slaughter. 3. Swine from pseudorabies-quarantined herds are not allowed to exhibit regardless of whether or not the show is terminal or non-terminal. 4. The Illinois and DuQuoin State Fairs are not classified as terminal shows. Out-of-State Swine Permit

11 1. All out-of-state swine are to be accompanied by an entry permit. 2. Permits are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling (217) Identification 1. Individually identified by an official ear tag, tattoo or recognized breed ear notch. 2. Ear notch identification is not acceptable for crossbred animals. Brucellosis 1. Breeding swine 4 months of age and older shall be negative to an official test for brucellosis within 30 days prior to exhibition unless exempt by one (1) of the following: A. Originate immediately and directly from a brucellosis-free herd. B. Originate directly from a validated brucellosis-free state. 2. Swine brucellosis tests for exhibition shall be conducted at a state or federal laboratory. Pseudorabies All exhibition swine are required to be tested for pseudorabies as described below. 1. Swine shall be negative to an official test for pseudorabies conducted within the past thirty (30) days prior to entry or originate immediately and directly from a qualified pseudorabies negative herd. 2. Barrows and females in market classes must meet the same requirements as breeding swine. 3. The Illinois and DuQuoin State Fairs are not classified as terminal shows. SHEEP Identification Individual identification of each animal shall be by an ear tattoo or official metal or plastic tag. A microchip ID is acceptable if the owner provides the reader. Ear tattoos may be used when a registration certificate, listing the tattoo number, accompanies the animal. When using ear tags, the tag must indicate the premises ID and state of origin. The tag number must be assigned by a state or APHIS representative and recorded in the Scrapie Record Database. Market Lambs All wethers must be slick shorn (show ring ready) before weigh-in so that show lamb fungus can be identified. Illinois Sheep 1. Sheep originating from a flock that has previously been classified as either an infected or source flock can be exhibited in Illinois upon the completion of an approved flock plan. 2. For any animal born after 1/1/2002, the CVI must include the flock of birth and the flock of origin, if different. Out-of-State Sheep 1. All out-of-state sheep are to be accompanied by an entry permit. Permits are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling (217) Sheep originating from a flock that has previously been classified as either an infected or source flock can be exhibited in Illinois upon the completion of an approved flock plan. 3. For any animal born after 1/1/2002, the CVI must include the flock of birth and the flock of origin, if different. GOATS Identification Individual identification of each animal shall be by an ear tattoo or official metal or plastic tag. A microchip ID is acceptable if the owner provides the reader. Tattoos may be used when a registration certificate, listing the tattoo number, accompanies the animal.

12 11 When using ear tags, the tag must indicate the premises ID and state of origin. The tag number must be assigned by a state or APHIS representative and recorded in the Scrapie Record Database. Ears should be used for tattooing when possible. If there is no space in the ear, the flank or tail fold may be used. Illinois Goats 1. Goats originating from a herd that has previously been classified as either an infected or source herd can be exhibited in Illinois upon the completion of an approved herd plan. 2. For any animal born after 1/1/2002, the CVI must include the flock of birth and the flock of origin, if different. Out-of-State Goats 1. All out-of-state goats are to be accompanied by an entry permit. Permits are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling (217) Goats originating from a herd that has previously been classified as either an infected or source herd can be exhibited in Illinois upon the completion of an approved herd plan. 3. Tuberculosis- Goats from areas or states that are not Accredited Bovine Tuberculosis Free, must be accompanied by a CVI indicating that the goats originated from a herd where a complete negative herd test has been conducted within the past twelve (12) months and the individual animals are negative to a tuberculin test conducted within thirty (30) days prior to entry. For any animal born after 1/1/2002, the CVI must include the flock of birth and the flock of origin, if different. HORSES, PONIES, MULES AND OTHER EQUIDAE Illinois Equine 1. All horses and other equidae, twelve (12) months of age and older attending an advertised equine event, shall be accompanied by a negative test for equine infectious anemia (EIA) conducted within the last twelve (12) months. A copy of this test shall accompany the animal. 2. AGID (Coggins) or ELISA tests are accepted. 3. An advertised equine event means a show, rodeo, sale, auction, exhibition, trail ride, or horse fair that is posted or media promoted. 4. A CVI is not required for Illinois equine. Out-of-State Equine 1. All out-of-state equine are to be accompanied by an entry permit. Permits are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling (217) All horses and other equidae entering Illinois that are twelve (12) months of age or older, shall be accompanied by a negative test for equine infectious anemia (EIA) conducted within the last twelve (12) months. A copy of this test shall accompany the animal. 3. AGID (Coggins) or ELISA tests are accepted. 4. All horses and other equidae shall be accompanied by a CVI issued within thirty (30) days prior to entry. POULTRY 1. All entries (except waterfowl, i.e. domesticated fowl that normally swim, such as ducks and geese) in a show or exhibition shall have originated from a U.S. Pullorum-Typhoid Clean or equivalent hatchery or flock OR have a negative pullorum-typhoid test within 90 days prior to exhibition. Exhibitor shall show proper information as to name and address of owner or exhibitor, name and address of the authorized testing agent, date of the testing and the number, breed, and species of those tested. 2. Prior to being used to transport poultry to a show, all crates, boxes, containers and vehicles shall be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected. 3. Any poultry vaccinations must be performed at least 4 weeks prior to delivery to the show.

13 12 4. Upon admission to a show, all entries shall be examined by the official county fair veterinarian or qualified state personnel who shall also receive and examine all certificates necessary for admission of birds to a show. Birds not in show condition will be excused from exhibition and removed from the premises. Any fowl showing signs of illness during the fair will be removed from the exhibition grounds. 5. All out-of-state turkeys must originate from flocks that are officially classified as U.S. Mycoplasma Gallisepticum Clean in accordance with the provisions of the National Poultry Improvement Plan or be negative to a test for Mycoplasma gallisepticum within 30 days prior to entry. 6. A permit is also required for out-of-state poultry. A permit may be obtained by calling (217) Please note: These poultry exhibition requirements do not apply to 4-H and FFA 1-day poultry shows where the entries are taken to the show and returned home the same day. However, a permit is required for out-of-state poultry. CERVIDAE (Deer, Elk, Reindeer, Caribou, Moose, Red Deer and other Related Species) Identification All animals shall be individually identified with an approved tag, microchip or tattoo. Elk are required to have two official/approved unique identifiers. Illinois Cervidae Chronic Wasting Disease For cervidae changing ownership or moving within the State, the owner must obtain a permit issued by the Department prior to movement and the cervid must originate from a herd that is enrolled in the Certified Monitored Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) Program or the Contained Monitored Chronic Wasting Disease Program. The permit shall be obtained no more than 72 hours in advance of the movement of the cervids by providing the following information: A) Name and complete mailing address of person exhibiting the cervids; B) Certified Monitored Chronic Wasting Disease or Contained Monitored Chronic Wasting Disease Herd number; C) Name and complete mailing address of location where the animals will be exhibited; D) Number of animals and unique identification of the animals. Tuberculosis Illinois is an Accredited Tuberculosis-Free State. Tuberculin test is not required for Illinois cervidae. Out-of-State Cervidae Chronic Wasting Disease 1. All cervidae entering Illinois must be in compliance with the Illinois Wildlife Code [520 ILCS 5]. For more information, contact the Illinois Department of Natural Resources at 217/ All cervidae entering Illinois must be accompanied by a permit from the Department and a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection that: a. has been issued by an accredited veterinarian of the state of origin or a veterinarian in the employ of the United States Department of Agriculture; b. is approved by the Animal Health Official of the state of origin; c. shows that the cervidae are free from visible evidence of any contagious, infectious or communicable disease or exposure thereto, do not originate from a CWD endemic area (any county and surrounding counties where CWD has been diagnosed in the past five years); d. shows that the cervidae are not originating from a herd under quarantine for any contagious, infectious or communicable disease; e. shows that the animals originate from a herd that has been monitored for at least 5 years under a state-approved CWD certification program.

14 3. A permit number can be obtained by calling (217) Applicant for permit shall furnish the following information to the Department: a. Name and post office mailing address of Illinois destination; b. Name and post office mailing address of the consignor and/or source herds; c. Name and post office mailing address of the herd veterinarian; d. Number and unique identification of cervidae in shipment. 13 Brucellosis Cervidae six (6) months of age and older must have a negative brucellosis card or PCFIA test within sixty (60) days prior to entry. Tuberculosis 1. Accredited Tuberculosis Free States All cervidae twelve (12) months of age and over shall be negative to two (2) single cervical test for bovine TB no less than ninety (90) days apart with the second test conducted within ninety (90) days prior to entry. These animals shall be isolated from all other members of the herd during the testing period unless they originate from an accredited, qualified or monitored herd. A. Cervidae from an accredited herd may be moved into Illinois without further TB testing provided that a certificate stating that such cervids originated from an accredited herd accompanies them. B. Cervidae originating from qualified or monitored herds may enter with a negative test within ninety (90) days prior to entry and a certificate stating that the animals originate from a monitored herd. 2. Non-Accredited Tuberculosis Free Areas or States (Not TB Free) A. All cervidae shall originate from a herd where a complete herd test was conducted within the past year. B. The individual animals entering Illinois must be negative to two (2) additional tuberculin tests conducted within 180 and 30 days prior to entry or exhibition. RATITES (Ostriches, Emus, Rheas, Cassowaries and Kiwis) Illinois Ratites There are no requirements governing the movement of ratites within Illinois. Out-of-State Ratites 1. Must be accompanied by a CVI and permit number. 2. Individually identified by leg band or microchip. 3. Negative test for Avian Influenza within 10 days prior to entry. PIGEONS There are no requirements governing the movements of pigeons within or into Illinois. RABBITS There are no requirements governing the movements of rabbits within or into Illinois. LLAMAS There are no requirements governing the movement of llamas within Illinois. A permit and health certificate is required for out-of-state llamas. A permit may be obtained by calling (217)

15 DEPARTMENT A - BEEF CATTLE Amount Offered: $15,912 Maintenance Fee per entry: $88.00 Entry Fee: $88.00 Premiums will be paid according to availability of State funding as follows in all open class single beef breeds. 1st - $ nd - $ rd - $ th - $ **Beef must be on the grounds Wednesday 1 p.m. and remain until Friday noon. Will show Friday 8:00 a.m. Entries will be limited to available facilities. Exhibitor must furnish the Secretary with a list showing the number of animals on the ground and the number entered with the breed and ages thereof. All entries closed July 10 at 9:00 p.m. and must be in the hands of the Secretary. Stall rent must be paid at time of entry. CLASS 1 OTHER BREEDS Lot 21 Heifer, over 1 year Lot 22 Heifer, under 1 year Lot 23 Bull, any age Lot 24 Pair of females Lot 25 Get of Sire Lot 26 Best 2 head CLASS 2 HEREFORDS Lot 61 Heifer, over 1 year Lot 62 Heifer, under 1 year Lot 63 Bull, any age Lot 64 Pair of females Lot 65 Get of Sire Lot 66 Best 2 head CLASS 3 SIMMENTAL Lot 81 Heifer, over 1 year Lot 82 Heifer, under 1 year Lot 83 Bull, any age Lot 84 Pair of females Lot 85 Get of Sire Lot 86 Best 2 head DEPT. F Sheep Amount Offered: $13,568 Entry Fee: $40 Maintenance Fee per entry: $40.00 Premiums will be paid according to availability of State funding as follows in all open class single beef breeds. 1st - $ nd - $ rd - $ th - $91.00 **Sheep must be on the grounds Wednesday 1 p.m. Entries will be limited to available facilities. Exhibitor must furnish the Secretary with a list showing the number of animals on the ground and the number entered with the breed and ages thereof. All entries closed July 10 at 9:00 p.m. and must be in the hands of the Secretary. Judging 8:00 a.m. Friday. Entry fee deducted from premium. All sheep must be registered. Sheep will be released at 12 noon Friday. CLASS 1 HAMPSHIRES AND OXFORDS Lot 221 Yearling ewe Lot 222 Ram lamb Lot 223 Ewe lamb 14

16 Lot 224 Pair of lambs CLASS 2 SOUTHDOWNS Lot 281 Yearling ewe Lot 282 Ram lamb Lot 283 Ewe lamb Lot 284 Pair of lambs CLASS 3 CORRIEDALES AND MONTADALES Lot 321 Yearling ewe Lot 322 Ram lamb Lot 323 Ewe lamb Lot 324 Pair of lambs CLASS 4 SUFFOLKS Lot 361 Yearling ewe Lot 362 Ram lamb Lot 363 Ewe lamb Lot 364 Pair of lambs CLASS 5 COTSWOLDS Lot 401 Yearling ewe Lot 402 Ram lamb Lot 403 Ewe lamb Lot 404 Pair of lambs CLASS 6 NON-REGISTERED HAIR SHEEP Lot 421 Yearling ewe Lot 422 Ram lamb Lot 423 Ewe lamb Lot 424 Pair of lambs CLASS 7 CHEVIOTS Lot 441 Yearling ewe Lot 442 Ram lamb Lot 443 Ewe lamb Lot 444 Pair of lambs CLASS 8 HORNED DORSETS Lot 455 Yearling ewe Lot 456 Ram lamb Lot 457 Ewe lamb Lot 458 Pair of lambs 15 GOATS Class U- Open Goat Meat Show Judging 1 p.m. Saturday July 21, 2018 Amount Offered: $6, Entry Fee: $36.00 (in advance) Maintenance Fee per head: $36.00 Premiums will be divided (according to availability of State Funding) as follows: 1 st - $ nd $ rd - $ th - $ th - $ th - $87.00 Entries close at 6:00 p.m. Tuesday, July 10 th Wethers will be weighed and divided into two equal classes at 8:00 a.m. for judging beginning at 1 p.m. All exhibitors must have official health certificate and registration available upon request. CLASS 1 - PERCENTAGE DOE Lot Junior Doe 0-6 months old Lot Junior Doe 7-12 months old Lot Senior Doe over 12 months and under 24 months old

17 Lot Senior Doe over 24 months old CLASS 2 - FULLBLOOD AND PUREBRED DOE Lot Junior Doe 0-6 months old Lot Junior Doe 7-12 months old Lot Senior Doe over 12 months and under 24 months old Lot Senior Doe over 24 months old Lot 484 Yearling ewe CLASS 3 - GROUPS Lot 490 Pair of Junior Does Lot 491 Pair of Senior Does 16 CLASS 4 - MARKET CLASS Amount offered: $1, Entry Fee: $42.00 (in advanced) Maintenance Fee per head: $42.00 Premiums will be divided (according to availability of State Funding) as follows: 1 st - $ nd $ rd - $ th - $ th - $ th - $ th - $ LOT 500 WEIGHT CLASS 1 Lot 501 Wether Weight Class 2 Lot 502- Bucks 3-6 months Department H- Junior Show Entries be made 8-10:00 a.m. on Monday. 1. This department is dedicated to the boys and girls of Edwards County who have shown unusual interest in better breeding, feeding and care of livestock. 2. Entries are limited to livestock owned by boys and girls who are residents of Edward County or belong to an Edwards County 4-H Club or Vocational Club who are in the 3rd grade through, but not yet 19 years of age, on or before September 1, of the current year. 3. Proof of ownership must be shown to be at least 60 days prior to show date. 4. Exhibitors must comply with the general rules of the Association and special rules that apply to cattle, hogs and sheep. 5. Stall and entry from winners only. 6. Any animal showing as a breeding animal is not eligible for fat calf show. 7. No exhibitor may make more than two entries under any one premium. 8. See Classes for Judging times. 9. Junior Show exhibits may not leave fairgrounds until after 4-H sale. 10. Animals shown in Junior Shows must be the property of boys or girls showing them. (The registration certificate should be available for examination.) If these animals are shown in the open classes they must be shown in the same name. Thus, the father is not permitted to show an animal in open class and the daughter or son show the same animal in the Junior Show. 11. Participants cannot show if he or she has shown in adjoining County Fair that was closed to County. Beef (JR.) Judging Wednesday 8:30 a.m. Entry Fee: $25.00 Maintenance Fee per head: $26.00 Premiums will be divided (according to availability of State Funding) as follows: 1st - $ nd - $ rd - $ th - $61.00 CLASS 1 - HEREFORD Lot 561 Cow 18 months and up Lot 562 Heifer 12 months to 18 months Lot 563 Heifer over 6 months, under 1 year Lot 564 Calf under 6 months Lot 565 Champion female ribbon only CLASS 2 - ANGUS Lot 571 Cow 18 months and up Lot 572 Heifer 12 months to 18 months Lot 573 Heifer over 6 months, under 1 year

18 Lot 574 Calf under 6 months Lot 575 Champion female ribbon only CLASS 3 - SIMMENTAL Lot 581 Cow 18 months and up Lot 582 Heifer 12 months to 18 months Lot 583 Heifer over 6 months, under 1 year Lot 584 Calf under 6 months Lot 585 Champion female ribbon only CLASS 4 - SHORTHORNS Lot 591 Cow 18 months and up Lot 592 Heifer 12 months to 18 months Lot 593 Heifer over 6 months, under 1 year Lot 594 Calf under 6 months Lot 595 Champion female ribbon only CLASS 5 - ALL OTHER REGISTERED Lot 601 Cow 18 months and up Lot 602 Heifer 12 months to 18 months Lot 603 Heifer over 6 months, under 1 year Lot 604 Calf under 6 months Lot 605 Champion female ribbon only CLASS 6 - NON-REGISTERED Lot 611 Cow 18 months and up Lot 612 Heifer 12 months to 18 months Lot 613 Heifer over 6 months, under 1 year Lot 614 Calf under 6 months Lot 615 Champion female ribbon only 17 Market Class Amount offered: $1, Entry Fee: $42.00 Maintenance Fee per head: $46.00 Premiums will be divided (according to availability of State Funding) as follows: 1st - $ nd - $ rd - $ th - $ All steers will be weighed and divided into 6 classes Lot 621 Lot 622 Lot 623 Lot 624 CLASS 8 - Non-Registered Bucket Calf Entry Fee: $21.00 Maintenance Fee per head: $21.00 Premiums will be divided (according to availability of State Funding) as follows: 1st - $ nd - $ rd - $ th - $ th - $ th - $ th - $ th - $ th - $ th - $50.00 Lot 671 Dairy Lot 672 Beef ONLY Bucket calves may be tied to outside of Jr. Barn and NO tack on the inside aisle. Sheep (JR.) Judging Tuesday, July 24 th 4:00 p.m. Entry Fee: $23.00 Maintenance Fee per head: $23.00 Premiums will be divided (according to availability of State Funding) as follows: Singles and Groups: 1st - $ nd - $ rd - $ th - $60.00

19 CLASS 1 - HAMPSHIRES Lot 701 Ram lamb Lot 702 Ewe, 1 year and under 2 Lot 703 Ewe lamb Lot 704 Ewe over 2 years CLASS 2 - CORRIEDALES OR COLUMBIAS Lot 721 Ram lamb Lot 722 Ewe, 1 year and under 2 Lot 723 Ewe lamb Lot 724 Ewe over 2 years CLASS 3 - ALL OTHER BREEDS Lot 731 Ram lamb Lot 732 Ewe, 1 year and under 2 Lot 733 Ewe lamb Lot 734 Ewe over 2 years CLASS 4 - SOUTHDOWNS Lot 741 Ram lamb Lot 742 Ewe, 1 year and under 2 Lot 743 Ewe lamb Lot 744 Ewe over 2 years CLASS 5 - POLLED DORSETS Lot 761 Ram lamb Lot 762 Ewe, 1 year and under 2 Lot 763 Ewe lamb Lot 764 Ewe over 2 years CLASS 6 - HORNED DORSETS Lot 771 Ram lamb Lot 772 Ewe, 1 year and under 2 Lot 773 Ewe lamb Lot 774 Ewe over 2 years CLASS 7 - SUFFOLKS Lot 781 Ram lamb Lot 782 Ewe, 1 year and under 2 Lot 783 Ewe lamb Lot 784 Ewe over 2 years CLASS 8 - NON REGISTERED Lot 791 Ram lamb Lot 792 Ewe, 1 year and under 2 Lot 793 Ewe lamb Lot 794 Ewe over 2 years Market Lamb Entry Fee: $11.00 Maintenance Fee per head: $19.00 Premiums will be divided (according to availability of State Funding) as follows: 1st - $ nd - $ rd - $ th - $ th - $35.00 Lot 817 Market lamb (Wether lamb) Market lambs will be weighed and divided into two classes Lot 818 Market lamb (Wether lamb) NOTE: Two Market Lambs per exhibitor 18 Swine (JR.) Judging 8:00 a.m. Tuesday with Purebreds judged first, then Crossbreds, Barrow third; followed by Grand Champion. Entry Fee: $20.00 Maintenance Fee per head: $21.00

20 Premiums will be divided (according to availability of State Funding) as follows: Singles and Groups: 1st - $ nd - $ rd - $ th - $ th - $ th - $52.00 CLASS 1 - ALL BREEDS REGISTERED SWINE Lot 821 Heavy weight barrow not shown in Market Class Lot 822 Lightweight barrow not shown in Market Class Lot 823 Gilt born after Jan. 1 Lot 824 Gilt born after Feb. 1 Lot 825 Pair of gilts 19 CLASS 2 - Crossbred Gilt Entry Fee: $20.00 Maintenance Fee per head: $21.00 Premiums will be divided (according to availability of State Funding) as follows: 1st - $ nd - $ rd - $ th - $ th - $ th - $ th - $ th - $ th - $75.00 Lot 901 Light weight Lot 902 Middle weight Lot 903 Light heavy weight Lot 904 Middle heavy weight Lot 905 Heavy weight NOTE: Two Crossbred Gilts per exhibitor CLASS 3 - Barrow Entry Fee: $30.00 Maintenance Fee per head: $52.00 Premiums will be divided (according to availability of State Funding) as follows: 1st - $ nd - $ rd - $ th - $ th - $ th - $ th - $ th - $ th - $94.00 Lot 911 Light weight Lot 912 Light middle weight Lot 913 Middle weight Lot 914 Light heavy weight Lot 915 Middle heavy weight Lot 916 Heavy weight Lot 917 Champion Barrow Lot 918 Reserve Champion Barrow (weight for barrow show before 5% shrinkage) NOTE: Two Market Barrows per exhibitor

21 Equine (JR.) Entry Fee: $10.00 Maintenance Fee per head: $12.00 Premiums will be divided (according to availability of State Funding) as follows: Singles and Groups: 1st - $ nd - $ rd - $ th - $28.00 Friday 4-H & Jr. Horse Show Equine Pleasure Show July 20, 2017 at 8:00 a.m. Senior, Junior and Novice Classes divided by age or experience of entrant. *WESTERN ATTIRE IS REQUIRED. HELMETS ARE REQUIRED AND MUST BE WORN IF MOUNTED ON A HORSE ****ENGLISH ATTIRE. Helmets encouraged but not required. CLASS 1 - ALL BREEDS Lot Pony Halter 54 inches and under Lot Mare Halter over 54 inches Lot Gelding Halter over 54 inches Lot Senior Showmanship Lot Junior Showmanship Lot Novice Showmanship Lot Senior Pleasure (walk-trot & canter) Lot Junior Pleasure (walk-trot & canter) Lot Novice Pleasure (walk-trot only) Lot Senior Horsemanship Lot Junior Horsemanship Lot Novice Horsemanship Lot Senior Egg & Spoon Lot Junior Egg & Spoon Lot Novice Egg & Spoon Lot Senior Trail Lot Junior Trail Lot Novice Trail Lot Barrel Race Lot Pole Bending Lot Catalog Race Goats (JR.) Judged Tuesday following Swine Show Entry Fee: $16.00 Maintenance Fee per head: $16.00 Premiums will be divided (according to availability of State Funding) as follows: Singles and Groups: 1st - $ nd - $ rd - $ th - $41.00 CLASS 1 - REGISTERED PUREBRED DAIRY GOATS Lot 964 Female under 5 months Lot 965 Female over 5 months, under 1 year Lot 966 Male under 5 months Lot 967 Yearling dry or freshened Lot 969 Doe 2-5 years Lot 970 Doe over 5 years CLASS 2 - PERCENTAGE DAIRY GOATS (including Crossbred & Experimental) Lot 971 Female under 5 months Lot 972 Female over 5 months, under 1 year Lot 973 Male under 5 months Lot 974 Yearling dry or freshened Lot 976 Doe 2-5 years Lot 977 Doe over 5 years 20

22 Class 3 - REGISTERED NON-DAIRY GOATS Lot 981 Female under 5 months Lot 982 Female over 5 months, under 1 year Lot 983 Male under 5 months Lot 984 Yearling dry or freshened Lot 986 Doe 2-5 years Lot 987 Doe over 5 years Class 4 - NON-REGISTERED PERCENTAGE & OTHER NON DAIRY BREEDS (including Crossbred & Experimental) Lot 991 Female under 5 months Lot 992 Female over 5 months Lot 993 Male under 5 months Lot 994 Yearling dry or freshened Lot 996 Doe 2-5 years Lot 997 Doe over 5 years 21 CLASS 5 - Market Goat (Wether) Entry Fee: $11.00 Maintenance Fee per head: $19.00 Premiums will be divided (according to availability of State Funding) as follows: 1st $ nd $ rd $ th $ th $ th $ th $34.00 Market Goats will be weighted and divided into three classes Lot 1000 Light weight Lot Middle weight Lot Heavy weight Judged Sunday, 2:00 p.m. at Exhibition Building Rabbits (JR.) Entry Fee: $5.00 Maintenance Fee per head: $5.00 Premiums will be divided (according to availability of State Funding) as follows: Singles and Groups: 1st $ nd $ rd $ th $ H rules prevail. May be entered on Sunday before noon. May bring in day of show and take home immediately after show. Limited 2 per class Breeding animals must be in possession 6 weeks before show. Market animals must be in possession 6 weeks before show. **Reminder** - Market animals can only be shown in the market class, unless in a group. Showmanship CLASS 1 - NEW ZEALAND Lot 1001 Senior Buck (6 months and up) Lot 1002 Senior Doe (6 months and up) Lot 1003 Junior Buck (under 6 months) Lot 1004 Junior Doe (under 6 months) CALIFORNIAN - 2 Lot 1011 Senior Buck (6 months and up) Lot 1012 Senior Doe (6 months and up) Lot 1013 Junior Buck (under 6 months) Lot 1014 Junior Doe (under 6 months) MINI REX - 3 Lot 1021 Senior Buck (6 months and up)

23 Lot 1022 Senior Doe (6 months and up) Lot 1023 Junior Buck (under 6 months) Lot 1024 Junior Doe (under 6 months) OTHER PURE BREEDS SMALL -4 Lot 1031 Senior Buck (6 months and up) Lot 1032 Senior Doe (6 months and up) Lot 1033 Junior Buck (under 6 months) Lot 1034 Junior Doe (under 6 months) OTHER PURE BREEDS LARGE -5 Lot 1035 Senior Buck (6 months and up) Lot 1036 Senior Doe (6 months and up) Lot 1037 Junior Buck (Under 6 months) Lot 1038 Junior Doe (Under 6 months) 22 MIXED BREEDS - 6 Lot 1041 Senior Buck (6 months and up) Lot 1042 Senior Doe (6 months and up) Lot 1043 Junior Buck (under 6 months) Lot 1044 Junior Doe (under 6 months) MARKET RABBITS - 7 Lot 1051 Market animal Fryer (6 months and under) Fryer (5.5 lbs. and under) Lot 1052 Market animal Roaster (6 months and under) (5.6 lbs. and over) Lot 1053 Meat pen (3 from litter uniform in size and weight Showmanship Breeding and market animals must be in possession 6 weeks before show. Additional Small Animals Judged Sunday, July 22, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. at 4-H Arena All other small animals including cats, cavies, guinea pigs, hamsters, etc. Bring your animals the day of the show. They must be taken home immediately after show. (Birds and Fish show in the General Show) Jr. & Sr. Small Pet Champions Poultry (JR.) Judged Monday, 5:00 p.m. at 4-H arena Entry Fee: $5.00 Maintenance Fee per head: $5.00 Premiums will be divided (according to availability of State Funding) as follows: Singles and Groups: 1st $15.00; 2nd $14.00; 3rd $13.00; 4th $ H rules prevail. Must be entered by one-half hour before show. Animal may be left for duration of fair or taken home immediately after show. Poultry must be in possession 4 weeks before show. CLASS 1 - WHITE EGG LAYERS Lot 1061 One Rooster Hatched before January 1 Lot 1062 One Hen Hatched before January 1 Lot 1063 One Cockerel Hatched January 1 or after Lot 1064 One Pullet Hatched January 1 or after CLASS 2 - COLORED EGG LAYERS Lot 1065 One Rooster Hatched before January 1 Lot 1066 One Hen Hatched before January 1 Lot 1067 One Cockerel Hatched January 1 or after

24 Lot 1068 One Pullet Hatched January 1 or after CLASS 3 - FANCY BREEDS (BANTAMS, POLISH, and FEATHER-FOOTED) Lot 1069 One Roster Hatched before January 1 Lot 1070 One Hen Hatched before January 1 Lot 1071 One Cockerel Hatched January 1 or after Lot 1072 One Pullet Hatched January 1 or after 23 CLASS 4 - TURKEYS CLASS 5 - GUINEAS CLASS 6 - WATERFOWL CLASS 7 - GAME BIRDS Quail, Pheasants, Chukars, Pigeons, Doves CLASS 8 - YOUNG PEN 1 Cockerel and 2 Pullets CLASS 9 - OLDER PEN 1 Rooster and 2 Hens CLASS 10 - BARNYARD SPECIAL 3 Birds, at least 2 Species MARKET CLASSES (ANY TYPE OF FOWL UNDER 1 YEAR OF AGE) Lot 1073 Fryer (4lbs. and under) Lot 1074 Broiler (over 4lbs.) CLASS 12 - ONE DOZEN EGGS DISPLAYED IN EGG CARTON GRAND CHAMPION OVER ALL POULTRY BEST OF SHOW AND GRAND CHAMPION OVER ALL BREEDS Junior Show Judging Jr. Rules will apply plus Judging Rules to be picked up at Extension Office. Judging from 10:00 a.m. until done Monday. REGISTRATION must be completed by the week prior to fair at Extension office. Social Security number will be required at registration time. Premium will be paid if money is available. Entry Fee: $15.00 Maintenance: $4.00 (to be deducted from winnings) Lot 1080 Lot 1081 Lot 1082 Jr. Judging 13 yrs. & under, contest day Sr. Judging 14 yrs. & older, contest day Top Individual Beef