DAIRY CATTLE Competition Schedule - FEATURE BREED SPONSOR - Royal Adelaide Show

 
DAIRY CATTLE Competition Schedule - FEATURE BREED SPONSOR - Royal Adelaide Show
FEATURE BREED SPONSOR

DAIRY CATTLE
Competition Schedule

30 August - 8 September 2019 | theshow.com.au
DAIRY CATTLE Competition Schedule - FEATURE BREED SPONSOR - Royal Adelaide Show
2019 DAIRY CATTLE

                                                                    DAIRY CATTLE
                                                            IMPORTANT INFORMATION
ARRIVAL TIMES
Cattle will not be admitted to the Showground before 8.00 am on Thursday 29 August.
Exhibitors are encouraged to arrive between 8.00 am and 4.00 pm on Thursday 29, Friday 30 and Saturday 31 August.
If exhibitors are arriving outside of these times, they should contact the Dairy Cattle office or a member of the Dairy Cattle
Committee.
All cattle must be on the Showground by 12.00 noon on Saturday 31 August.
Heifers entered for the School Junior Show Competition to arrive by 12.00 noon on Sunday 1 September.

ENTRY GATE
All cattle to be unloaded at Leader Street No 3 Car Park – NO UNLOADING OF CATTLE ON THE SHOWGROUND.

INSPECTION OF CATTLE
An inspection will be made of all cattle exhibits for identification purposes and defects on Sunday 1 September, commencing at 9
am. Exhibitors of all cattle shall produce registration certificates of animals entered.
This will take place in the cattle stalls and an attendant must be present to supply any information required by the inspectors. Any
animal rejected as a result of this inspection cannot be shown and must be removed from the Showground, the time of removal to
be at the discretion of the Committee.

FEATURE BREED
Feature Breed exhibitors must remain for the entirety of the Show. Departure of Feature Breed cattle will be permitted on Sunday
8 September from 2.00 pm.

                                                                                     JUDGING/TIMETABLE
                                                                                      Sunday 1 September
 Inspection – All Breeds........................................................................................................................................................... 9.00 am
                                                                                      Monday 2 September
 Judging of Breed Classes for Ayrshire & Illawarra ................................................................................................................. 9.00 am
 Judging of Breed Classes for Holstein & Jersey .................................................................................................................... 1.30 pm
                                                                                      Tuesday 3 September
 Young Handlers Workshop .................................................................................................................................................... 9.00 am
 Junior Show Competition ..................................................................................................................................................... 11.00 am
 State Young Handlers Championship .................................................................................................................................... 4.00 pm
 SADA Barbecue ..................................................................................................................................................................... 7.00 pm
                                                                                   Wednesday 4 September
 Guernsey - Feature Breed (all classes) .................................................................................................................................. 9.00 am
 Intermediate Supreme Champion Female .............................................................................................................. 11.30 am (approx)
 Interbreed Supreme Judging .................................................................................................................................................. 2.00 pm
                                                                                     Thursday 5 September
 State Young Judges Championship ....................................................................................................................................... 9.00 am
 Dairy Day ............................................................................................................................................. 11.00 am (for a 12 noon start)
                                                                                        Friday 6 September
 Exhibitor Meeting ................................................................................................................................................................. 10.00 am
                                                                                       DEPARTURE TIMES
Interstate Exhibitors (other than Feature Breed) .......................................................... Friday 6 September between 6 am and 8 am
Ayrshire, Brown Swiss, Ayrshire, Illawarra & Holstein .................................................................... Friday 6 September from 2.00 pm
Guernsey (Feature Breed)............................................................................................................Sunday 8 September from 2.00 pm
(Feature Breed awards & ribbons must not be removed before 2.00 p.m.)
School Junior Show Competition Heifers only ....................................................................... Wednesday 4 September from 4.00 pm
  ...................................................................................................................or Thursday 5 September between 7.00 am and 9.00 am
                        Exhibitors are not permitted to remove their cattle from the pavilions until their allotted departure time.
                                                                                                Personnel:
                                                                                       Pavilion Supervisors:
                                                                                 Tin (Pavilion 13): Gino Pacitti
                                                                               Brick (Pavilion 14): Ray Fiebiger
                                                                       Dairy Section Supervisor: John Maidment
                                                                           Milking Dairy Manager: Robert Butler
                                                                    Assistant Dairy Manager: Cameron McDonald

                      Front cover photo “Keywyn Aron Columbine”, Keywyn Farms, courtesy of Dean Malcolm, Crazy Cow

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                                                                     ENTRY DETAILS
            DAIRY CATTLE                                             Exhibitors may nominate entries for a number of animals not
                                                                     exceeding 150% of the spaces booked. Details of all animals
      CLOSING DATE OF ENTRIES                                        nominated and class numbers must be shown on the entry
     FRIDAY 28 JUNE 2019 at 5.00 pm                                  form. Please note that the number of spaces booked is to
                                                                     represent the actual number of animals being brought to the
•   The following conditions will strictly apply:                    Show.
•   All entry forms, whether posted, lodged in person or             Exhibitors shall not bring onto the Showground any more
    submitted online, must be in the Society’s possession at         animals than spaces booked.
    its Administration Office by 5.00 pm (CST) on Friday 28          All withdrawals must be submitted by 12 August 2019.
    June 2019.                                                       Exhibitors who do not fill all their spaces with cattle will be
•   When sending entry forms and fees by post, the onus is           fined in accordance with the following scale:
    on the exhibitor to ensure adequate delivery time.               1 space - $20 per space
                                                                     2 spaces - $40 per space
•   Entry forms by facsimile or email are strictly forbidden
                                                                     3 spaces - $60 per space
    and will be destroyed.
                                                                     4 spaces - $80 per space
•   Absolutely no exception to the above conditions will be
                                                                     5 or more spaces - $100 per space
    made to any exhibitor under any circumstance.
                                                                     Any fine issued must be paid before exhibitors are permitted
    Nominations for Group Classes for replacement and late
                                                                     to show their animal/s. The Committee reserves the right to
    entries will be accepted up to 12 August 2019.
                                                                     re-allocate any space/s not occupied by an exhibit..
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF ENTRIES
                                                                     PAYMENT OF FEES
Entries submitted online will be acknowledged via email.
                                                                     When paying fees by cheque or credit card, exhibitors must
For postal entries, if you require formal acknowledgement that
                                                                     ensure that sufficient funds are available at the time of entry.
your entry has been received please include a stamped, self-
                                                                     Failure to do so may result in non-acceptance of entries.
addressed envelope with your entry form.
                                                                     WITHDRAWALS
ON LINE ENTRIES
                                                                     All withdrawals must be clearly marked "Withdrawal - Dairy
Entries for the Dairy Cattle section can be submitted online.
                                                                     Cattle Section" and include exhibitor name, exhibit name,
Please go to www.theshow.com.au for further information.
                                                                     class number and exhibit number (if known). Withdrawals can
                                                                     be sent via email to entries@adelaideshowground.com.au or
ENTRY FEES (GST INCLUDED)
                                                                     faxed to (08) 8210 5222 and must be made by 17 August
                                                                     2019. Verbal withdrawals will not be accepted.
                              Member           Non Member
                                  Paper              Paper           REFUNDS
                          Online              Online
                                  Entry              Entry           No refunds of entry fees will be made after the closing date of
Exhibit Space - by                                                   entries.
Friday 28 June
(actual number of        $45    $60    $60       $65                 MEMBERSHIP
animals being brought                                                Exhibitors need not be members of the Society but members
to the show)                                                         are entitled to a reduced entry fee.
Late Entry – by                                                      Membership fees: Adults $170, Juniors $58 (under 18).
12 August                                                            Membership of other Royal Show Societies does not entitle
(animal not entered                                                  exhibitors to a reduced rate of entry fees.
                         N/A    $115   N/A       $145
on original entry form,
includes exhibit                                                     ENTRY PASSES
space)                                                               Exhibitors will receive one 10 Day Show Pass per five spaces
Additional Space – by                                                booked (to a maximum of 5 passes)
12 August
(animal must be          N/A    $45    N/A       $60                 CONTACT DETAILS
named on original                                                    Post RA&HS – Dairy Cattle Section, PO Box 108, Goodwood
entry)                                                               SA 5034
Replacement Animal                                                   Email: entries@adelaideshowground.com.au
– by 12 August                                                       Phone: (08) 8210 5211 (between 9.00 am and 5.00 pm
(for replacement                                                     Monday to Friday)
animal where a space                                                 Website www.theshow.com.au
                         N/A    $45    N/A       $45
has been booked but
the animal was not                                                   YOUR PRIVACY
named on the original                                                If you do not want your details to be made available to other
entry form)                                                          parties, please tick the box on the entry form supplied by the
Clipping Chute – by                                                  RA&HS. Your personal information will then only be used by
                         $80    $80    $80       $80
28 June                                                              the RA&HS to maintain contact with you and allow us to
Locker Fee (whether                                                  manage your entries. The RA&HS reserves the right to inform
shared or not)           $40    $40    $40       $40                 prize sponsors of the details of recipients to enable
- by 28 June                                                         distribution of their voucher/product prizes.
Cheques should be made payable to RA&HS and posted with              Please note: by ticking the box to suppress your details, your
the completed entry form.                                            name will appear in the Catalogue (if applicable) but your
                                                                     address will not.

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                                                                        DEFINITION OF BREEDER
GENERAL REGULATIONS                                                     The breeder of an animal is the registered owner of its dam at
Exhibitors are reminded that the Society’s General                      the time of birth, excepting in the Holstein-Friesian section in
Regulations apply to all sections of the Show. A copy of the            which case the Holstein-Friesian Cattle Association definition
General Regulations can be obtained from the Society’s                  will apply.
website at www.theshow.com.au or from the Society’s
Administration Office.                                                  CLIPPING CHUTES
Exhibitors should note that the General Regulations contain a           Exhibitors wishing to use an area to clip their animal/s must
number of provisions relevant to competitions and this                  apply for a Clipping chute at the time of entry. If you are using
Schedule including but not limited to, offences, penalties,             a professional fitter on your cattle, please ensure a clipping
prohibited drugs. As those conditions apply in addition to the          chute space is booked. Clipping chutes will not be permitted
regulations contained within this schedule. Exhibitors should           to be placed in spaces booked for animals. Clipping chutes
familiarise themselves with the General Regulations.                    placed in spaces allocated to animals will be removed.
                                                                        Applications for clipping chutes must be made no later than
SPECIAL REGULATIONS                                                     28 June 2019.
Exhibitors are reminded that the Special Regulations
contained within this Schedule are merely supplementary to              CLIPPING OF EXHIBITS
and subject to the General Regulations.                                 Exhibitors shall not clip Dairy Cattle on the Showground
The members of the Society’s Dairy Cattle & Pig Committee               between 10.00 pm and 6.00 am except on Monday and
shall have the authority to act on behalf of the Society to take        Wednesday (major judging days) when clipping can
any necessary action under these Special Regulations.                   commence at 5.30 am Anyone wishing to clip outside these
                                                                        times will need to advise the Society before 12 August 2019
SUBMISSION OF ANIMALS ENTERED                                           so an alternative clipping area can be allocated. These
There is no restriction on the number of animals per exhibitor          alternative areas will be the allocated area for that exhibitor
in each class.                                                          for the duration of the Show. Exhibitors who clip animals
Should the number of animals entered exceed the number                  outside of these times will not be permitted to parade for
which can be accommodated, the Society reserves the right               judging.
to reduce the number in whatever manner it deems fit.
                                                                        LOCKERS
COMPULSORY REGISTRATION OF STOCK                                        A limited number of lockers are available on the Showground.
All cattle must be registered in the Stud Book for its particular       The Society will, subject to availability, allocate lockers to
breed.                                                                  exhibitors. Applications for lockers must be made out not later
Entries for Appendix 1 and 2 animals will be accepted in the            than 28 June 2019.
Guernsey and Holstein sections only.                                    Lockers will (subject to demand) be allotted on the following
In the Illawarra section, animals that are the progeny of a sire        basis:
and a dam that are both registered Illawarra Herd Book and              Exhibitors under 15 years of age may not apply for a locker
also comply with the Federal Illawarra Show Policy are                  Exhibitors with less than eight spaces can apply for one
eligible to be shown.                                                   locker only.
                                                                        Exhibitors with 1 to 2 spaces may be allocated a share locker
SUBMISSION OF ENTRIES                                                   Exhibitors with eight or more spaces can apply for two lockers
The Society will accept only those entries which are                    only.
registered at the time of entry and for which the following is          Due to the limited number of lockers available for exhibitors
detailed on the entry form:                                             onsite, we urge exhibitors to consider their accommodation
1. CLASS NUMBER                                                         requirements for 2019 and plan accordingly.
2. NAME OF ANIMAL                                                       The use of cooking or heating apparatus in lockers is strictly
3. REGISTRATION NUMBER                                                  prohibited. The consumption of intoxicating liquor or drugs in
4. TATTOO NUMBER – excluding Holstein                                   lockers is forbidden.
5. NLIS VID NUMBER                                                      Exhibitors must not store hay on the lefts under lockers.
6. DATE OF BIRTH
7. NAME OF SIRE AND DAM                                                 PRIZES
8. NAME OF BREEDER                                                      Prize money will be paid as follows:
“Pending” registrations will not be accepted.                           Dry Classes
All Dairy Cattle exhibitors must bring the original or a copy of        First $80; Second $40; Third $30; Fourth $15
the registration certificate or lease agreement for all animals         In Milk Classes
entered to the Showground. These must be available for                  First $120; Second $60; Third $45; Fourth $20
perusal at the time of inspection.                                      Group Classes (including Type & Production and all classes
                                                                        where animal is drawn from general classes)
OWNERSHIP                                                               First $40; Second $30; Third $10
All exhibits must be the bona fide property of the exhibitor or         First to fourth prize ribbons will be available in all classes.
held by the exhibitor under a written and recorded lease at             If there is prize money allocated for 5th and/or 6th, a ribbon
time of entry.                                                          will also be presented.
All cattle will be NLIS scanned while at the Show.                      In Feature Breed classes, judges may award to 6th position
                                                                        regardless of the number of entries.
                                                                        Sashes will be awarded to all Champions, Reserve
                                                                        Champion, Supreme Champion and Most Successful
                                                                        Exhibitors, Cow with Best Udder, Type and Production
                                                                        Classes, and Production Ribbons Classes

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PAYMENT OF PRIZE MONEY                                                    SHOW ETHICS
All prize money won during the Royal Adelaide Show will be                The Dairy Section of the RA&HS subscribes fully to the
paid by Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) only.                             National Code of Ethics devised by the All Dairy Breeds Show
PRIZE MONEY WILL BE PAID AT THE END OF OCTOBER.                           Ring Committee (ADBSRC). The ADBSRC consists of
Any trophy, prize or prize money not claimed by 11 December               representatives of all Australian Dairy Breeds and has the
of the current year. shall be deemed forfeited by the exhibitor           primary purpose of developing a national code of show ring
and the RA&HS shall no longer be liable to pay or provide the             ethics to ensure dairy animals presented for exhibition will be
prize.                                                                    in their natural conformation and structure, free from
                                                                          modification caused by unethical fitting practices. Details of
PRIZE MONEY AND GST                                                       the Code of Ethics are fully described in the document All
Prize money as stated in the Prize Schedule does not include              Dairy Breeds National Show Ring Code of Ethics - Dated 14
GST.                                                                      March 2018. It is the responsibility of all exhibitors to read and
The prize money which we pay to successful exhibitors                     familiarise themselves with the Code of Ethics regulations.
depends on information provided to us. If you confirm that you            They are available from the RA& HS website under the Dairy
are GST registered and provide your Australian Business                   Cattle Competition Information. It is the Exhibitors
Number (ABN), we will pay the appropriate prize money plus                responsibility to ensure that any animal in their ownership or
10% GST. We will provide you with a Recipient Created Tax                 their representatives, associated with the preparation and
Invoice which you will need to submit to the Australian                   exhibition of their animal is not subject to any violation of the
Taxation Office.                                                          Code of Ethics prior to or during exhibition and whilst on the
If you confirm you are registered for GST, in entering the                Adelaide Showground.
competition, you acknowledge your agreement to the                        The following regulations will be particularly highlighted for the
following:                                                                2019 Royal Show.
You will not issue a tax invoice to the RA&HS in respect to               All in milk entries will be subjected to an ultra sound udder
prize money received;                                                     scan prior to the cow entering the ring for the individual breed
You will notify the RA&HS if you cease to be registered for               class and will not be permitted to return to the Pavilion after
GST.                                                                      scanning, for the purpose of detecting any unethical
If you provide your Australian Business Number but are not                manipulation of the udder or improper fitting practices, such
registered for GST, we will pay the prize money as detailed in            as over filling and over bagging of cows udders. Any cow
the Prize Schedule without reference to the GST.                          found to be showing high levels of stress, must be miked out
If you confirm you are entering as part of a private                      immediately and will be disqualified from the ring.
recreational pursuit or hobby, we will pay the prize money as             Scanning receipt to be presented to the steward upon
detailed in the Prize Schedule without reference to GST.                  entering the ring.
                                                                          All animals may be subject to measuring of top line hair. This
IMPORTANT                                                                 will be done randomly as cattle enter the judging ring and top
It is important that you either:                                          line hair shall not exceed 3.8 cm in height.
•      Confirm you are entering as part of a private recreational         Teat Setting is a breach of the rules and regulations and any
       pursuit or hobby, or                                               offending animal detected as a first offence is to be withdrawn
•      Confirm you are entering as a GST registered business              immediately from all eligible classes in that current Royal
       and supply your ABN                                                Adelaide Show.
Failure to do either of the above will cause the RA&HS to                 A second breach at the current Show or subsequent Shows
withhold tax, at the maximum tax rate, from your prize money              by the exhibitor of the teat setting rules would result in the
in accordance with Australian tax legislation.                            offending animal being withdrawn immediately from all eligible
The RA&HS is not a tax consultant and therefore assumes no                classes at the current Show and the exhibitor then banned
liability for actions taken as a result of these guidelines. In any       from showing any animals at the Royal Adelaide Show the
instances where an entrant or sponsor is uncertain of the tax             following year.
implications of their involvement, they should consult their              A third breach at the current Show or subsequent Shows by
own accountant or tax advisor.                                            the exhibitor would then see the exhibitor banned from the
The Society makes every endeavour to ensure all prizes                    Royal Adelaide Show for five years.
listed are accurate at the time of printing. Should a prize
(cash, voucher, product, trophy) be withdrawn by a sponsor                STOCK TRUCK PARKING
subsequent to printing, the Society will pay prize money as               An area is available at the Morphettville Racecourse for the
stated above. It is the responsibility of the prize winner to             parking of stock trucks during the Royal Adelaide Show. For
follow-up with the Society any sponsored prize (cash,                     further information contact the Entries Team on (08) 8210
voucher, product, trophy) they believe they are entitled to               5211 or entries@adelaideshowground.com.au
prior to 11 December in the year of the prize being awarded.
The Society will not follow-up prize sponsors after this date or          FIRE PRECAUTIONS
review any prizes that may have been incorrectly awarded.                 Precautions will be taken to guard against fire, and to protect
                                                                          the property at the Show, but exhibits will not be insured at
TROPHIES                                                                  the cost of the Society.
All trophies and special prizes will be paid to the winner by the         Smoking is strictly prohibited in all livestock pavilions and
Society by cheque, unless the donor specifically wishes to                lockers.
provide a trophy.
All trophies must be in the hands of the Society at least 14
days prior to the opening day of the Show.

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No exhibitor or other person shall remove, or displace, or                Each such animal shall at all times be the sole risk and
interfere in any way with, or use for any purpose other than              responsibility of the exhibitor and the person or persons
the prevention of fire, any article or appliance provided for use         removing the animal shall at all times be deemed to be the
in the case of an outbreak of fire upon the Showground, nor               agents of the exhibitor and all acts and omissions on the part
shall any exhibitor or other person remove or alter, or add to,           of such person or persons shall be deemed to be the acts and
or interfere in any way with any fixture, fitting, article,               omissions of the exhibitor who shall indemnify and hold
appliance or thing owned by the Society, or used in such                  indemnified the Society, its servants and agents from all
fixture, fitting, article, appliance or thing for any purpose other       claims whatsoever in respect of the animal whether by reason
than for which it is intended by the Society to be used.                  of any loss or injury to or caused by the animal or because of
                                                                          transportation, feeding or housing or otherwise howsoever.
Hay will not be permitted to be stored on top of the lofts                The pavilion supervisor must be advised immediately of any
directly under the lockers in the Brick Shed.                             sick or diseased animals attended to by the Society’s
There is to be no doubling up of powerboard (ie) one                      Veterinary Surgeon.
powerboard per powerpoint. Powerboard size is limited to a
maximum of 5 outlets and powerboards must be overload                     JOHNE’S DISEASE
protected.                                                                Dairy Cattle attending the Show must be a minimum of Dairy
                                                                          Score 3. Dairy Cattle with a Dairy Assurance Score lower
IMPORTANT INFORMATION                                                     than 7 and over 2 years of age must have had a negative JD
Exhibitors are advised that no soft furnishings are to be                 blood test. Please return your completed “Natinal Cattle
brought into the Dairy Cattle Pavilions (eg lounge chairs etc)            Health Declaration” (together with results if required) with your
                                                                          entry forms. You can obtain this form at
PARADES                                                                   www.pir.sa.gov.au/biosecurity/animal_health/moving_cattle_t
Non-prize winning animals may be paraded with the                         o_south_australia_from_interstate
Committee’s sanction.
Exhibitors shall be liable to a fine of $5 in each case in which          RINGWORM
the order, of the Committee, to parade is not obeyed, and                 1. Any animal found infected with ringworm prior to the Royal
shall be liable to forfeit any prize awarded to their exhibit or          Show can still be brought to the Showground provided that a
exhibits.                                                                 veterinary certificate is produced on arrival stating that the
Exhibits participating in a parade must be handled and/or                 veterinarian has seen the animal treated and/or washed in the
controlled by a competent handler.Handlers participating in               last 4 days with an appropriate fungicide.
Grand Parades must be neatly dressed. Those not                           2. That further washings take place not more than 4 days
appropriately dressed will be asked not to participate.                   apart while on the Showground and in the presence of the
Children under the age of 8 years of age are not to be present            duty veterinarian.
in Grand Parades.                                                         3. Cattle found infected for the first time while on the
                                                                          Showground - invoke Rule 2.
EXHIBITS                                                                  4. That Breed Societies inspectors reserve the right to ban
Cattle must not be rugged during the time the Show is open to             any animals from the judging ring if an attack is so bad that, in
the public.                                                               their opinion, the showing of that animal is likely to detract
Cattle which are not thoroughly tractable to lead will not be             from the spectacle of the Show ring.
allowed on the Showground.                                                5. Health certificates issued by the Society’s Veterinarian will
Any cow or heifer entered as dry, if in milk at time of                   take precedence over health certificates issued by exhibitor’s
competition, may compete as a wet cow, or vice versa.                     veterinarians.
A dry cow is one that has been in milk for nine months or
more, and has been milked out immediately before entering                 PESTIVIRUS
the judging ring, or a cow not giving any milk, visibly in calf.          All cattle will be required to be tested for Pestivirus and
This cow must have produced a calf by natural birth within 18             certified as non-PI (persistently infected). Exhibitors must
months of the closing date of entries.                                    complete question 3b on the National Cattle Health
                                                                          Declaration stating this testing complete. Copies of test
INFECTIOUS/NOTIFIABLE DISEASES                                            results must be submitted by 13 August 2018. EMAI
Exhibitors must certify their animals brought onto the                    laboratories provide PI-test® using hair samples, visit
Showground for competition have not been exposed to any                   http://www.dpi.nsw.gov.au/about-us/services/laboratory-
infectious/notifiable disease/s to the best of their knowledge.           services/veterinary/pestivirus-infection-cattle for sample kits,
                                                                          pricing, turnaround times & veterinary specimen advice
SICK OR DISEASED ANIMALS                                                  forms. Swans Veterinary Services provide PI-test® using ear
If, in the opinion of a qualified veterinary surgeon appointed            notch testing, visit http://www.swansvet.com for kits, pricing,
by the Society, an animal on the Showground shall be so                   turnaround times and forms.
injured or be so affected by sickness, disease or other ailment
as to warrant its destruction or its removal from the                     INTERSTATE STOCK CLEARANCES
Showground as the case may be the Society shall be entitled               Interstate exhibitors need to complete a National Cattle
to have the animal destroyed and/or require the animal to be              Health Statement including their dairy score that travels with
forthwith removed from the Showground.                                    the cattle and must be presented at the Dairy Office when the
The exhibitor, upon receipt of such notice, shall forthwith               cattle are unloaded. The form can be downloaded from:
remove such animal and failing such removal by them within                www.farmbiosecurity.com.au/toolkit/declarations-and-
the time prescribed by the Society, by written notice to the              statements/ or obtained from PIRSA Murray Bridge Office 08
exhibitor or his representative on the Showground, the                    8539 2112
Society may remove the animal or cause the animal to be
removed and all costs and expenses of removal shall be
borne by the exhibitor and shall be refunded to the Society.

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NLIS REQUIREMENTS                                                       name of exhibit, date of birth, name of sire and dam, name of
All cattle must be NLIS compliant. This means all animals               exhibitor and production. Display cards are also available
must be tagged with an approved NLIS eartag (including                  from the Society.
calves at foot). The Society will notify the NLIS database of all
movements onto the Showground on behalf of exhibitors.                  DOGS NOT ALLOWED
                                                                        Dogs will not be permitted in the Dairy Cattle area.
FODDER/WATER CONTAINERS
Exhibitors must arrange their own fodder requirements. The              DAIRY COMPLEX
sale of all fodder is in the hands of the fodder merchant,              The Society and the Dairy Authority of South Australia have
Keelan & Fodder, located in the south-east corner of the                combined to provide a 12 unit Dairy complex licensed by the
Showground (opposite the tin Dairy Cattle Pavilion). Orders             Metropolitan Milk Board to be situated in the north-west
can be made by contacting Keelan Grain & Fodder on                      corner of Pavilion 13.
0457 929 998. All sales will be by selected credit card or cash         All cows will be required to be milked in this complex unless
only.                                                                   special circumstances are approved by the Dairy Cattle
Any exhibitor who, in the opinion of the Committee has more             Committee.
fodder than is considered necessary, will be required to                The complex will be open for milking from 3.00 pm on
remove the excess from the Showground. Exhibitors must not              Thursday 29 August and will close for cleaning twice per
solicit orders for fodder on the Showground.                            day. Exhibitors will be notified during the Show.
Large and small square bales of hay and small round bales of            Rules & Regulations
hay (not exceeding 1m in diameter) will be permitted to be              1.    Any animal which has been treated and/or its milk is not
brought onto the Showground and must be kept tidy.                            fit for human consumption must have a signed Treatment
Exhibitors not meeting these requirements will be banned                      Report Form completed by the exhibitor/handler and
from bringing large square or small round bales onto the                      given to the Dairy Manager prior to milking. This is
Showground at future Shows.                                                   included in the National Code of Ethics.
A small number of watering troughs are available in the                 2.    No use of portable milking machines except at the
washbay however, exhibitors not wishing to use these                          discretion of the Dairy Supervisor.
troughs are requested to provide their own watering                     3.    Dairy Managers will co-ordinate all operations in the
containers. Large, round bales (exceeding 1m in diameter)                     Dairy.
are not permitted                                                       4.    Individual cows will be identified by RA&HS Exhibit
                                                                              Numbers which will be written on leg-bands supplied by
STALL SPACE                                                                   the Dairy Management.
The depth of each stall space will be 2.8 metres.                       5.    Leg bands with cow exhibit numbers must be on all cows
All boards be positioned no further than 2.8 metres out from                  prior to entry in milking dairy.
the walls. All equipment, including feed and wheelbarrows, is           6.    Infectious or problem-milk cows MUST be milked on
to be stored within the 2.8 metres. Clipping chutes must be                   either of the two units outside the Exhibition Dairy.
placed in the area allocated.                                           7.    Cows with milk unfit for consumption but not infectious
                                                                              can be milked in the Dairy but the milk must be kept out
STALL CLEANING                                                                of the milking plant by means of a test bucket inserted in
Exhibitors will, to the satisfaction of the Society:                          the line between teat cups and milk line.
1. Keep the area allotted to them and their animals in a clean          8.    Cows may be individually sampled and tested for
and proper condition throughout the Show.                                     components, cell count and antibiotic residues.
2. Clean their area regularly. Refuse must be deposited in the          9.    Proceeds from milk may be credited to exhibitors at the
manure bins provided.                                                         discretion of the Society.
3. Manure must not be deposited in the alleyways or general             10.   Severe penalties will be enforced for contamination of
purpose rubbish bins.                                                         bulk milk.
4. General purpose rubbish must not be deposited in manure              11.   Treatment of cows teats and udders during milking must
bins.                                                                         be such that contamination of milk is avoided and
5. To assist in the transfer of manure to the bins provided,                  disease spread is minimised. It is preferable that teats
please bring own equipment.                                                   are sprayed with iodine based solution after milking.
6. Exhibitors using calving pens are required to clean them             12.   Exhibitors are encouraged to pre-spray and wipe clean
out after use and to dispose of all afterbirth when animals                   udders before attaching milking machine to cows. Note: it
have calved. Afterbirth should be disposed of with sawdust                    is ideal to allow a contact time of one minute as a
and manure.                                                                   minimum before wiping with clean paper towel.
                                                                        13.   Rugs must be off cattle at all milkings
DRESS CODE
                                                                        14.   Dress – ALL PEOPLE WORKING IN THE PIT MUST BE
Exhibitors and/or attendants shall wear attire acceptable to
                                                                              PROPERLY ATTIRED.
their breed societies when leading cattle in the judging ring
                                                                        15.   All people in the pit must also wear at least an apron and
and in parades. No exhibitor, or his attendant shall parade
                                                                              clean rubber boots are preferred. Thongs or bare feet are
stock before the Judge whilst wearing attire bearing his own
                                                                              not allowed under any circumstances. The suitability of
or the name of the Stud for which he works.
                                                                              attire worn must ensure the appropriate image is
All exhibitors and their assistants/helpers are encouraged to
                                                                              presented for the benefit of the Society and Dairy
present themselves and their allocated area (including
                                                                              Industry.
kitchens) in a professional and presentable manner
                                                                        16.   The dairy will close for an hour twice daily after morning
appropriate for a Royal Show.
                                                                              and evening milking for cleaning. Times will be advised to
                                                                              exhibitors and the dairy will not be available for milking
EXHIBITORS’ CARDS
                                                                              during those times.
No exhibitor shall display any card or ribbon on their animal/s
                                                                        17.   Exhibitors are reminded that they should leave the dairy
or pen/s other than those issued or approved of by the
                                                                              clean after use if not during a normal milking time.
Society for the current Show. Exhibitors can supply their own
display cards which show the animals catalogue number,              6
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      Cleaning of the milking machine will be by dairy staff but       AGES OF CATTLE
      hosing out of the dairy is encouraged. The milking               The table below shows the dates on or between which
      machine should not be left running if no cows are being          animals must be born to compete in the respective age
      milked.                                                          classes.
18.   Dairy will close at the discretion of the Dairy Manager.         Cow, over 6 years old, in milk (before 01/07/13)
19.   Order of milking will be agreed between breed                    Cow, 6 years old, in milk (01/07/13– 30/06/14)
      representatives and in the case of a disagreement,               Cow, 5 years old and over (before 01/07/14)
      resolved by dairy management.                                    Cow, 5 years old, in milk (01/07/14– 30/06/15)
20.   Disputes will be referred to the Dairy Supervisor and will       Cow, 4 years old, in milk (01/07/15– 30/06/16)
      be resolved by the Dairy Cattle & Pig Committee.                 Cow, 3 years old and over, dry (before 01/07/16)
21.   No cow treatments should be administered in the dairy,           Cow or Heifer, over 2 years and under 3 years, dry
      this means injections and udder infusions, the use of teat       (01/07/16– 30/06/17)
      sprays and udder creams is acceptable.                           Cow, 3 years old, in milk (01/07/16– 31/12/16)
22.   The consumption of alcohol and drugs and smoking is              Cow, 2 ½ years old, in milk (01/01/17– 30/06/17)
      banned in and near the dairy.                                    Cow, 2 years old, in milk (01/07/17– 31/12/17)
                                                                       Cow or Heifer, over 2 years old, dry (before 01/07/17)
COSTS AND DISPOSAL OF CONTAMINATED MILK                                Heifer, under 2 years, dry (after 30/06/17)
As this complex is a registered dairy the same conditions              Heifer, 2 years old, dry (01/07/17– 31/12/17)
apply as with on-farm dairies –                                        Heifer, 18 months old (01/01/18– 30/06/18)
ie any exhibitors who supply milk that contaminates a bulk             Heifer, yearling (01/07/18– 31/12/18)
tank or a tanker load of milk will be held financially                 Heifer, born from January, current year (during 2019)
responsible for:
•    The cost of collection and transport of the milk to the           MOST SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITOR AWARDS
     processing factory, including a replacement load of               In determining the most successful awards, points will be
     market milk.                                                      allotted as follows:
•    Value of the milk lost due to contamination.
•    Cost of disposing of the contaminated milk.                       First, 3 points; second, 2 points; third, 1 point.
Disposal costs will vary and producers will be given the option
of disposing of the milk on their own properties. Contaminated         In the event of a tie the following extra points will be counted:
milk is considered to be any milk containing antibiotic,
colostrum, blood or strong taint or smell.                             Senior Champion, 3 points; Intermediate Champion, 3 points;
                                                                       Juvenile Champion, 2 points; Reserve Senior Champion, 2
PRODUCTION CLASSES                                                     points; Reserve Intermediate Champion, 2 points; Reserve
It is the responsibility of the exhibitor to provide production        Juvenile Champion, 1 point.
certificates. All production certificates to be handed to the
Dairy Cattle Supervisor’s Office by 12:00 noon on Sunday 1             If there is still a tie, then fourth, fifth and sixth prizes will be
September.                                                             taken into account.
In type and production and all other classes requiring
production qualifications, production figures obtained at
official tests, and by recorder sampling and owner sampling
                                                                                     SPECIAL AWARDS
will be accepted.
Calculations for the type and production class are to be                             SPECIAL PRODUCTION RIBBON
calculated on one (1) point for each five (5) kilograms of fat             A special production ribbon will be awarded to the top
and protein over the following standard for age figures.                   butterfat plus protein production entry, from the ribbon
                                                                        winners, in each of the female classes 3 years old and over.
J 2 year old 240 kg protein and fat
S 2 year old 260 kg protein and fat                                     The production calculation will be taken from the production
J 3 year old 280 kg protein and fat                                    certificate provided by the exhibitor of that animal. The most
S 3 year old 290 kg protein and fat                                     recently completed 305 day or less lactation will be used in
J 4 year old 300 kg protein and fat                                     the first instance. If the animal has not reached 305 days in
S 4 year old 310 kg protein and fat                                     her current lactation at the time of the show or completed a
M 320 kg protein and fat                                               lactation, then her previous lactation will be used providing it
In the case of a draw, a 75% ratio factor will be introduced to        was completed or 305 days was reached after July 1st of the
decide the winner.                                                     previous year. In all cases the lactations used must only be a
Calving age for standard for age production figures:                                         maximum of 305 days.
J 2 YEAR OLD (under 30 months) on or after 1/3/17
S 2 YEAR OLD (30 - 36 months) 01/09/16- 28/02/17                                The Society acknowledges the generosity of
J 3 YEAR OLD (36 - 42 months) 01/04/15- 31/08/16
S 3 YEAR OLD (42 - 48 months) 01/09/15- 28/02/16
J 4 YEAR OLD (48 - 54 months) 01/03/15- 31/08/15
S 4 YEAR OLD (54 - 60 months) 01/09/14- 28/02/15
Mature (over 60 months) on or before 31/08/14

                                                                          For supporting all class cash prizes in the Dairy Cattle
                                                                                                  section

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                                                                       THE WFI INSURANCE PRIZE
     TUESDAY 3 SEPTEMBER -                                             SUPREME CHAMPION DAIRY COW
     STATE YOUNG HANDLERS                                              The Champion Cow of each breed will compete for the
                                                                       Supreme Champion Dairy Cow award.
         CHAMPIONSHIP                                                  $700 and Royal Adelaide Show Trophy sponsored by WFI
Open to competent paraders’ under 25 years of age on 1
September of the current year. Entrants must parade an                 THE ACHMEA AUSTRALIA FARM INSURANCE PRIZE
animal two years old and under, dry. Judging will be wholly on         MOST SUCCESSFUL DAIRY CATTLE EXHIBITOR
the handler and presentation of the animal. Animals to be              $300 sponsored by Achmea Australia
drawn from general classes. Judging of this competition will
commence at 5.30 pm on Tuesday 3 September. Post                           THURSDAY 5 SEPTEMBER
entries. No entry fee required.
                                                                       DAIRY CATTLE STATE YOUNG JUDGES CHAMPIONSHIP
The Committee will at its discretion, classify the entrants into                    Breeds: Jersey, Illawarra, Guernsey
age classes.                                                               For further details, please refer to the Young Judges
                  The RA&HS wishes to thank                                             Competition Prize Schedule.
                      The Yoghurt Shop
      For their sponsorship of the State Young Handlers
                        Championship                                                      AYRSHIRE
                         $50 per class
            $100 Champion Overall Junior Handler                       Class 1   Junior Handler
                                                                                 16 years of age or under to lead a heifer 18
     ALL BREED DAIRY CATTLE JUNIOR HANDLERS                                      months or under.
                   COMPETITION                                                   Animals to be drawn from general classes.

         CHAMPION OVERALL JUNIOR HANDLER                               Class 2   Heifer, born from 1 January of the current year.
                School students eligible.
                                                                       Class 3   Yearling, born between 1 October and 31
                                                                                 December 2018
  WEDNESDAY 4 SEPTEMBER -
                                                                       Class 4   Yearling, born between 1 July and 30
    INTERBREED JUDGING                                                           September 2018

The judging will be done by all breed judges.                          Class 5   Heifer, 18 months old.
Judges will not judge the breed which they have judged and
will place the other animals in order of merit.                        Class 6   THE AUSTRALIAN AYRSHIRES PRIZE
In the event of a tie, there will be a countback approved by                     Heifer, 2 years old, dry.
the Society.                                                                     First: $80 sponsored by Australian Ayrshires

THE SEMEX PRIZE                                                        Class 7   Pair of Heifers, 2 years and under, dry.
SUPREME INTERMEDIATE CHAMPION DAIRY COW
                                                                       JUVENILE CHAMPION AYRSHIRE FEMALE
The Intermediate Champion Cow of each breed will compete
                                                                       not over 2 years of age.
for the Supreme Intermediate Champion Dairy Cow.
To be judged following completion of the Intermediate
                                                                       RESERVE JUVENILE CHAMPION AYRSHIRE FEMALE
Champion Female of the Feature Breed.
                                                                       Not over 2 years of age.
$500 sponsored by Semex Pty Ltd
                                                                       Class 8   Cow, over 2 years and under 3 years old, dry.
THE SEMEX PRIZE
SUPREME JUVENILE CHAMPION AWARD
                                                                                   SPECIAL PRODUCTION RIBBON
The Juvenile Champion of each breed will compete for the
                                                                                  See conditions under Special Awards.
Supreme Juvenile Champion Award.
To be judged at the completion of Feature Breed judging.
                                                                       Class 9   Cow, 2 year old, in milk.
$200 sponsored by Semex Pty Ltd

THE SEMEX PRIZE                                                        Class 10 Cow, 2½ year old, in milk.
GROUP OF THREE FEMALES
                                                                       Class 11 Cow, 3 year old, in milk.
Two years old or over, of each breed, bred and owned by the
exhibitor.
                                                                       THE BOLDVIEW FARMS PRIZE
Winning groups in each breed class of three females will be
                                                                       INTERMEDIATE CHAMPION AYRSHIRE FEMALE
eligible to compete.
                                                                       $100 sponsored by Boldview Farms
$300 sponsored by Semex Pty Ltd
                                                                       RESERVE INTERMEDIATE CHAMPION AYRSHIRE
THE ELDERS PRIZE
                                                                       FEMALE
GROUP OF FIVE FEMALES
Judging of Group of Five Females, of each breed, any age.              Class 12 Cow, 3 years old and over, dry.
Animals to be selected from general classes by a committee,
nominated by each breed Society.                                       Class 13 THE AUSTRALIAN AYRSHIRES PRIZE
$500 sponsored by Elders Limited                                                Cow, 4 years old, in milk.
                                                                                First: $120 sponsored by Australian Ayrshires
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Class 14 Cow, 5 years old, in milk.                                Class 24 Cow, 4 year old, in milk.

Class 15 THE COGENT PRIZE                                          Class 25 Cow, 5 year old and over, in milk.
         Cow, 6 years old, in milk.
         First: Voucher ($50) sponsored by STGenetics              CHAMPION BROWN SWISS FEMALE
         Australia
                                                                   RESERVE CHAMPION BROWN SWISS FEMALE
Class 16 THE COGENT PRIZE
         Cow, over 6 years old, in milk.                           Class 26 Group of Three Females.
         First: Voucher ($50) sponsored by STGenetics                       Animals must be two years old or over.
         Australia                                                          Bred and owned by the exhibitor.
                                                                            Animals to be drawn from general classes.
COW, WITH BEST UDDER
Event to be comprised of the best udder winners in each milk
class as selected by the judge.
                                                                   GUERNSEY - FEATURE BREED
Animals to be drawn from general classes.

Class 17 THE COLIN DAVIS MEMORIAL PRIZE AND
         AUSTRALIAN AYRSHIRES - SA BRANCH
         PRIZE
                                                                      New Holland Agriculture is proud to support the 2019
         Group of Three Females.
                                                                      Guernsey Feature Breed with $6,000 as the Presenting
         Animals must be two years old or over.
                                                                   Sponsor. This support and additional sponsorship secured by
         Bred and owned by the exhibitor.
                                                                    the Guernsey Cattle Society of Australia SA/WA Branch will
         Animals to be drawn from general classes.
                                                                          be detailed in the 2019 Dairy Cattle Catalogue
         Prizes sponsored by Australian Ayrshires – SA
         Branch First: $80 and Perpetual Trophy; Second:
                                                                   Class 27 Cow, 3 years old and over, dry.
         $60; Third: $10
                                                                   Class 28 Cow, over 2 years and under 3 years old, dry.
Class 18 THE AGRI-GENE PRIZE
         Type and Production.                                      Class 29 Cow or Heifer, 2 year old, dry.
         For cows any age.
         Cows to be awarded points out of 100 for type,            Class 30 Heifer, 18 months old.
         one point for every 5 kg of fat plus protein above
         standard for age during 305 day lactation                 Class 31 Heifer, yearling.
         completed in the 12 month period prior to 1 July,
         of the current year.                                      Class 32 Heifer, born from 1 January of the current year.
         Exhibitors are requested to refer to conditions for
         Production Classes preceding Special Awards.              JUVENILE CHAMPION GUERNSEY FEMALE
         Name of animals to be stated on entry form.               Not over 2 years of age.
         First: Voucher ($100) sponsored by Agri-Gene;
                                                                   RESERVE JUVENILE CHAMPION GUERNSEY FEMALE
Class 19 Novice Class                                              Not over 2 years of age.
         Open to any exhibitor who has not won a broad
         ribbon in the Ayrshire section of any Royal Show.         HONOURABLE MENTION JUVENILE CHAMPION
         Animal to be owned but not necessarily bred by            GUERNSEY FEMALE
         the exhibitor.
         Restricted to one entry per exhibitor.                    Class 33 THE BROOKLEIGH HANDLERS TROPHY
         Animals to be drawn from general classes.                          Dairy Cattle Junior Paraders' Competition.
                                                                            Open to paraders 8 years and under 18 years of
THE ELDERS PRIZE                                                            age on 1 September of the current year.
SENIOR CHAMPION AYRSHIRE FEMALE                                             Entrants must parade an animal, two years old or
$150 sponsored by Elders Limited                                            under.
                                                                            To be judged on handler and presentation of the
RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION AYRSHIRE FEMALE                                     animal only.
                                                                            Animals to be drawn from general classes.
THE FR & CL LIEBICH PRIZE and THE LANDMARK PRIZE                            Points from this class will not be eligible for The
MOST SUCCESSFUL AYRSHIRE EXHIBITOR                                          Most Successful award.
$50 sponsored by FR & CL Liebich                                            Name of handler to be nominated on judging day.
$40 sponsored by Landmark                                                   First: $40 and Trophy sponsored by L F & J M
                                                                            Cleggett
                BROWN SWISS                                                    SPECIAL PRODUCTION RIBBON
Class 20 Cow, under 2 year old, dry.                                          See Conditions under Special Awards.

Class 21 Cow, over 2 year old, dry.                                Class 34 Cow, 2 year old, in milk.

Class 22 Cow, 2 year old, in milk.                                 Class 35 Cow, 2½ year old, in milk.

Class 23 Cow, 3 year old, in milk.                                 Class 36 Cow, 3 year old, in milk.

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INTERMEDIATE CHAMPION GUERNSEY FEMALE                               THE LANDMARK PRIZE
                                                                    MOST SUCCESSFUL GUERNSEY EXHIBITOR
RESERVE INTERMEDIATE CHAMPION GUERNSEY                              $40 sponsored by Landmark
FEMALE
                                                                    HONOURABLE MENTION SENIOR CHAMPION
HONOURABLE MENTION INTERMEDIATE CHAMPION                            GUERNSEY FEMALE
GUERNSEY FEMALE
                                                                    SUPREME CHAMPION GUERNSEY FEMALE
Class 37 Cow, 4 year old, in milk.
                                                                    EXHIBITOR ENCOURAGEMENT AWARD
Class 38 Cow, 5 year old, in milk.                                  To be awarded to the Best Handler and selected by the judge
                                                                    at the conclusion of judging.
Class 39 Cow, 6 & 7 year old, in milk.

Class 40 Cow, over 7 years old, in milk.                                                HOLSTEIN
Class 41 Novice Cow, any age                                        Class 47 All Australian Holstein Youth Calf Class.
         Open to exhibitors who have not won a Senior                        For junior competitors under 17 years on show
         Championship in the Guernsey section at any                         day.
         previous Royal Adelaide Show.                                       Fully registered and Appendix 1 and 2 calves
         Animals to be drawn from general classes.                           under 12 months of age on judging day of show
         Points from this class will not count towards the                   are eligible to enter.
         Most Successful Award.                                              Calf only to be judged.
                                                                             The calf need not be owned or entered by the
Class 42 THE ROTUNGA PRIZE                                                   junior competitor, but the exhibitor must submit
         Cow, with Best Udder.                                               name of calf on entry form.
         Animals to be drawn from general classes.                           Calf to be held by junior competitor for competition
         First: $100 sponsored by A E & P D Rothe                            photographs.
                                                                             First and second placegetters will be eligible for
Class 43 Group of Three Females.                                             the All Australian Competition.
         Animals must be two years old or over.
         Bred and owned by the exhibitor.                           Class 48 THE WFI INSURANCE PRIZE
         Animals to be drawn from general classes.                           Heifer, born from 1 January of the current year.
                                                                             First: $80; Second: $40; Third: $30
Class 44 THE GLEN BARR TROPHY                                                Prizes sponsored by WFI
         Sire's Progeny Group.
         Two females, the progeny of one sire.                      Class 49 Heifer, Winter yearling, born between 1/7/2017
         Bred but not necessarily owned by the exhibitor.                    and 30/9/2017
         Sire not to be shown with progeny.
         Name of sire to be stated on entry form.                   Class 50 Heifer, Spring yearling, born between 1/10/2017
         Animals to be drawn from general classes.                           and 31/12/2017
         First: $40 and Trophy
         Trophy sponsored by Mr W D B & L C Gemmell                 Class 51 Heifer, 18 months old.

Class 45 Dam and Daughter, or two daughters of the                  Class 52 Heifer, 2 year old, dry.
         one dam.
         Owned but not necessarily bred by the exhibitor.           THE HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA (SA)
         Name of dam to be stated on entry form.                    PRIZE
         Animals to be drawn from general classes.                  JUVENILE CHAMPION HOLSTEIN FEMALE
                                                                    Not over 2 years of age.
Class 46 THE AGRI-GENE PRIZE                                        $30 sponsored by Holstein Association of Australia, SA
         Type and Production.
         For cows any age.                                          RESERVE JUVENILE CHAMPION HOLSTEIN FEMALE
         Cows to be awarded points out of 100 for type,             Not over 2 years of age.
         one point for every 5 kg of fat plus protein above
         standard for age during 305 day lactation                  Class 53 THE AGRI-GENE PRIZE and THE PERC GILES
         completed in the 12 month period prior to 1 July,                   MEMORIAL PRIZE
         of the current year.                                                Breeders' Junior Group.
         Exhibitors are requested to refer to conditions for                 Three females not exceeding 21/2 years of age.
         Production Classes preceding Special Awards.                        Bred, but not necessarily owned by the exhibitor.
         Name of animals to be stated on entry form.                         Animals to be drawn from general classes.
         Animals to be drawn from general classes.                           First: $25 sponsored by Holstein Association of
         First: Voucher ($100) sponsored by Agri-Gene                        Australia, SA and Voucher ($150) sponsored by
                                                                             Agri-Gene
THE ELDERS PRIZE
SENIOR CHAMPION GUERNSEY FEMALE                                                 SPECIAL PRODUCTION RIBBON
$150 sponsored by Elders Limited                                               See Conditions under Special Awards.

RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION GUERNSEY FEMALE

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                                                                    THE ABS AUSTRALIA PRIZE and THE ELDERS PRIZE
Class 54 THE COGENT PRIZE                                           and THE HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA (SA)
         Cow, 2 year old, in milk.                                  PRIZE
         First: Voucher ($50) sponsored by STGenetics               SENIOR CHAMPION HOLSTEIN FEMALE
         Australia                                                  $130 sponsored by Holstein Association of Australia (SA)
                                                                    $150 sponsored by Elders Limited
Class 55 THE COGENT PRIZE                                           Voucher ($500) sponsored by ABS Australia
         Cow, 2½ year old, in milk.
         First: Voucher ($50) sponsored by STGenetics               THE HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA (SA)
         Australia                                                  PRIZE
                                                                    RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION HOLSTEIN FEMALE
Class 56 THE COGENT PRIZE                                           $110 sponsored by Holstein Association of Australia (SA)
         Cow, 3 year old, in milk.
         First: Voucher ($50) sponsored by STGenetics               THE LANDMARK PRIZE
         Australia                                                  MOST SUCCESSFUL HOLSTEIN EXHIBITOR
                                                                    $40 sponsored by Landmark
THE HOLSTEIN ASSOC OF AUST (SA) PRIZE
INTERMEDIATE CHAMPION HOLSTEIN FEMALE                               THE A N & D PEGLAR PTY LTD PRIZE
$50 sponsored by Holstein Assoc. of Aust (SA)                       MOST SUCCESSFUL BREEDER IN THE HOLSTEIN
                                                                    CLASSES
THE HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA (SA)                          $100 sponsored by A N & D Peglar Pty Ltd
PRIZE
RESERVE INTERMEDIATE CHAMPION HOLSTEIN
FEMALE
                                                                                     ILLAWARRA
$50 sponsored by Holstein Association of Australia (SA)
                                                                    Class 64 Heifer, born from 1 January of the current year.
Class 57 THE COGENT PRIZE
                                                                    Class 65 Heifer, yearling.
         Cow, 4 year old, in milk.
         First: Voucher ($50) sponsored by STGenetics
                                                                    Class 66 Cow or Heifer, 18 months old.
         Australia
                                                                    Class 67 Heifer, 2 year old, dry.
Class 58 THE BILLABONG STUD PRIZE
         Cow, 5 year old, in milk.                                  THE ALLTECH LIENERT AUSTRALIA PRIZE
         First: $120 sponsored by K R & G D Afford                  JUVENILE CHAMPION ILLAWARRA FEMALE
                                                                    Not over 2 years of age.
Class 59 THE HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA
                                                                    $200 sponsored by Alltech Lienert Australia
         (SA) PRIZE
         Cow, 6 year old, in milk.                                  THE COGENT PRIZE
         First: $120 sponsored by Holstein Association              RESERVE JUVENILE CHAMPION ILLAWARRA FEMALE
         of Australia (SA)                                          Not over 2 years of age.
                                                                    Voucher ($50) sponsored by STGenetics Australia
Class 60 THE AGRI-GENE PRIZE
         Cow, over 6 years old, in milk.
                                                                    Class 68 Cow, over 2 years and under 3 years old, dry.
         First: Voucher ($150) sponsored by Agri-Gene;
         Second: Voucher ($100) sponsored by Agri-
         Gene                                                                   SPECIAL PRODUCTION RIBBON
                                                                               See Conditions under Special Awards.
THE JERVOIS HOLSTEINS PRIZE
COW, WITH BEST UDDER                                                Class 69 Cow, 2 year old, in milk.
Event to be comprised of the Best Udder winners in each milk
class as selected by the Judge.                                     Class 70 Cow, 2½ year old, in milk.
No entry required.
First: $100 sponsored by Jervois Holsteins                          Class 71 Cow, 3 year old, in milk.

Class 61 THE HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA                      THE IAN CLEGGETT MEMORIAL PRIZE
         (SA) PRIZE                                                 INTERMEDIATE CHAMPION ILLAWARRA FEMALE
         Group of Three Females.                                    $150 sponsored by Brett Cleggett
         Animals must be 2 years old or over, bred and
                                                                    THE COGENT PRIZE
         owned by the exhibitor.
                                                                    RESERVE INTERMEDIATE CHAMPION ILLAWARRA
         Animals to be drawn from general classes.
                                                                    FEMALE
         First: $50 sponsored by Holstein Association of
         Australia (SA)                                             Voucher ($50) sponsored by STGenetics Australia

Class 62 Dam's Progeny.                                             Class 72 THE LYNONGA TROPHY
         Two daughters or one daughter and one maternal                      Intermediate Best Udder
         granddaughter of the one dam, not necessarily                       Animals to be drawn from classes 67 to 69.
         owned by the exhibitor.                                             First: Trophy sponsored by Daryl & Jenni
         Name of dam to be stated on the entry form.                         Llewellyn
         Animals to be drawn from general classes.

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Class 73 THE BLACKWOOD PARK TROPHY
         Breeders' Junior Group.                                                        JERSEY
         Group of three females, 3 years and under.
         Bred, but not necessarily owned by the exhibitor.        Class 83 Rising Stars
         Animals to be drawn from general classes.                         Guidelines:
         First: Trophy sponsored by JC MJ DJ KM                         •  Handler to be under 18 on first day of the Show
         Altmann                                                        •  Calf is to be under 12 months of age on the first
                                                                           day of the Show
Class 74 Cow, 3 years and over, dry.                                    •  Calf not necessarily owned by the handler but the
                                                                           exhibitor must state the name of the calf on the
Class 75 Cow, 4 year old, in milk.                                         entry form.
                                                                        •  1st place calf to be pictured within one month of
Class 76 Cow, 5 year old, in milk.                                         the first day of the Show.
                                                                        •  Competition will run for 1 year (ie) 1 July to 30
Class 77 Cow, 6 year old, in milk.                                         June
                                                                        •  All pictures are to be forwarded to Jersey Australia
Class 78 Cow, over 6 year old, in milk.                                    within six (6) months of the Show or before 1
                                                                           August, whichever occurs first.
Class 79 THE LEN FOLLETT MEMORIAL TROPHY
                                                                        •  A panel of three (3) judges will judge the
         Cow, with best udder
                                                                           photographs.
         Animals to be drawn from general classes.
                                                                        •  The winner will be announced in the
         First: Trophy sponsored by Follett Vineyards
                                                                           September/October Jersey Journal.
Class 80 THE ILLAWARRA CATTLE SOCIETY OF
                                                                  Class 84 Heifer, born from 1 January of the current year.
         AUSTRALIA, SA BRANCH PRIZE
         Dam's Progeny Group.
                                                                  Class 85 Heifer, yearling.
         Dam and daughter or two daughters of one cow.
         Animals to be the property of the exhibitor.             Class 86 Heifer, 18 months old.
         Animals to be drawn from general classes.
         First: $50 sponsored by Illawarra Cattle Society         Class 87 Cow or Heifer, 2 year old, dry
         of Australia, SA Branch
                                                                  GENETICS AUSTRALIA PRIZE
Class 81 THE AGRI-GENE PRIZE
                                                                  JUVENILE CHAMPION JERSEY FEMALE
         Sire's Progeny Group.                                    Not over 2 years of age.
         Two females, any age, by one sire.                       Voucher ($75) sponsored by Genetics Australia,
         Bred, but not necessarily owned by the exhibitor.
         Sire not to be shown with progeny.                       GENETICS AUSTRALIA PRIZE
         Name of sire to be stated on entry form.                 RESERVE JUVENILE CHAMPION JERSEY FEMALE
         Animals to be drawn from general classes.                Not over 2 years of age.
         First: Voucher ($100) sponsored by Agri-Gene             Voucher ($75) sponsored by Genetics Australia
Class 82 Group of Three Females.                                  Class 88 Cow, over 2 years and under 3 years old, dry.
         Animals must be two years old or over.
         Bred and owned by the exhibitor.                                     SPECIAL PRODUCTION RIBBON
         Animals to be drawn from general classes.                           See Conditions under Special Awards.

THE DOROTHY & MELVYN MUELLER MEMORIAL PRIZE                       Class 89 Cow, 3 year old, in milk.
and THE ELDERS PRIZE
SENIOR CHAMPION ILLAWARRA FEMALE                                  Class 90 Cow, 2½ year old, in milk.
$250 sponsored by IL & JA Mueller
$150 sponsored by Elders Limited                                  Class 91 Cow, 2 year old, in milk.
THE ND & JA GILES PRIZE                                           GENETICS AUSTRALIA PRIZE and THE AGRI-GENE
RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION ILLAWARRA FEMALE                          PRIZE
$200 sponsored by ND & JA Giles                                   INTERMEDIATE CHAMPION JERSEY FEMALE
                                                                  Voucher ($100) sponsored by Agri-Gene
THE LANDMARK PRIZE
                                                                  Voucher ($75) sponsored by Genetics Australia
MOST SUCCESSFUL ILLAWARRA EXHIBITOR
$40 sponsored by Landmark                                         GENETICS AUSTRALIA PRIZE
                                                                  RESERVE INTERMEDIATE CHAMPION JERSEY FEMALE
                                                                  Voucher ($75) sponsored by Genetics Australia

                                                                  Class 92 Cow, 3 years old and over, dry.

                                                                  Class 93 Cow, 4 year old, in milk.

                                                                  Class 94 Cow, 5 year old. in milk.

                                                                  Class 95 Cow, 6 year old, in milk.

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Class 96 Cow, over 6 years old, in milk.

Class 97 THE COGENT PRIZE                                          JUNIOR SHOW COMPETITION
         Cow, with Best Udder.
         Animals to be drawn from general classes.               To be judged from 10.00 am on Tuesday 3 September.
         First: Voucher ($50) sponsored by STGenetics            Age as at 1 September of the current year.
         Australia                                               Open to competent handlers.
                                                                 Open to Heifers only.
Class 98 THE JERSEY AUSTRALIA (SA) PRIZE                         Entry fee required for animals not entered in general classes.
         Group of Three Females.                                 No entry fee is required for animals entered in general
         Animals must be two years old or over.                  classes.
         Bred and owned by the exhibitor.                        Heifer to be judged on type alone.
         Animals to be drawn from general classes.               Exhibitors need not be members.
         First: $50 sponsored by Jersey Australia (SA)           Animals may only compete once in the competition.

Class 99 THE JERSEY AUSTRALIA (SA) PRIZE
         Sire's Progeny Group.
         Two females, the progeny of one sire.                               14 years and under
         Bred but not necessarily owned by the exhibitor.
         Sire not to be shown with progeny.                      Class 101 THE REGISTERED DAIRY CATTLE
         Name of sire to be stated on entry form.                          ASSOCIATION (SA) PRIZES
         Animals to be drawn from general classes.                         Heifer, born from 1 January of the current year.
         First: $50 sponsored by Jersey Australia Inc.                     Handler 14 years and under.
         (SA)                                                              Prizes sponsored by Registered Dairy Cattle
                                                                           Association First: $70; Second: $45; Third: $30
Class 100 THE JERSEY AUSTRALIA (SA) PRIZE
          Progeny Pair.                                          Class 102 THE REGISTERED DAIRY CATTLE
          Two daughters or one daughter and one maternal                   ASSOCIATION (SA) PRIZES
          granddaughter of the one dam.                                    Heifer, yearling.
          Not necessarily owned by the exhibitor.                          Handler 14 years and under.
          Name of dam to be stated on entry form.                          Prizes sponsored by Registered Dairy Cattle
          Animals to be drawn from general classes.                        Association First: $70; Second: $45; Third: $30
          First: $50 sponsored by Jersey Australia Inc.
          (SA)                                                   Class 103 THE HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION OF
                                                                           AUSTRALIA, SA PRIZE
THE ELDERS PRIZE                                                           Heifer, 18 months old.
SENIOR CHAMPION JERSEY FEMALE                                              Handler 14 years and under.
$150 sponsored by Elders Limited                                           Prizes sponsored by Holstein Association of
                                                                           Australia SA First: $70; Second: $45; Third: $30
THE COGENT PRIZE
RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION JERSEY FEMALE
Voucher ($50) sponsored by STGenetics Australia                                   15 to 21 years
THE LANDMARK PRIZE                                               Class 104 THE SADA FRESH PRIZE
MOST SUCCESSFUL JERSEY EXHIBITOR                                           Heifer, yearling.
$40 sponsored by Landmark                                                  Handler 15 to 21 years.
                                                                           Prizes sponsored by SADA Fresh. First: $70;
                                                                           Second: $45; Third: $30

                                                                 Class 105 THE SADA FRESH PRIZE
                                                                           Heifer, 18 months old.
                                                                           Handler 15 to 21 years.
                                                                           Prizes sponsored by SADA Fresh. First: $70;
                                                                           Second: $45; Third: $30

                                                                 Class 106 THE SADA FRESH PRIZE
                                                                           Cow or Heifer, 2 years old, dry.
                                                                           Handler 15 to 21 years.
                                                                           Prizes sponsored by SADA Fresh. First: $70;
                                                                           Second: $45; Third: $30

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