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  is provided by the generosity of
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                Cover by:
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    Fair Book Cover Contest Winner
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Lincoln County Commissioners

        Robert King                                  Jerry Harmon                        Jerry Hansen
         Chairman                                     Vice-Chair                         Commissioner

                         Lincoln County Fair Board

                                                                       Fair Board Members
                                                             L to R Back Row: Nancy Stafford, Leonard Wilford,
                                                             Robert Linford, Del Cunningham, Joe Mackey,
                                                             Renae Brown. Front Row: Wendy Kirk, Tomi
                                                             Erickson, Joy Fox

                 Fair Board Staff
L to R Back Row: Billie Kilroy, Shirley Johns, Becky Vigil
 & Susan West, Front Row: Clay Larson & Josh Nield.
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LINCOLN COUNTY FAIR
                             2021 MAIN EVENT SCHEDULE

Date        Event                                                                          Time of Event
Saturday    Kickin’ Klassics Car Show                                                      12:00 - 4 pm
Aug. 7            Registration 9 am to 12 pm, Awards 3:30 pm

            Parade                                                                         5:00 pm
                 Coordinator – Carmelita Guild
                 (Free Registration 3:30-4:45 pm at 2nd Ave & Washington St.)
                 Please come prepared with strong tape, your name, mailing address,
                 Phone number and category you would like to enter.

            Monster X Tour Monster Truck Show                               $20.00         7:00 pm

Monday      The Vocalist presented by SVI Media                             $15.00         7:00 pm
Aug. 9

Tuesday     Horse Pulls                                                     $15.00         7:00 pm
Aug. 10

Wednesday   Bull Riders Only                                                $15.00         7:00 pm
Aug. 11          Produced by Circle J Rodeo
                 Featuring Casperson Mini Bulls
Thursday    Freestyle Reining                                               $5.00          7:00 pm
Aug. 12

Friday      PRCA Rodeo                                                      $15.00         7:00 pm
Aug. 13          Produced by Summit Rodeo
Saturday    PRCA Rodeo                                                      $15.00         7:00 pm
Aug. 14          Produced by Summit Rodeo
                            Parade Categories and Prize Money
                       Horse Entry - $50             Children - $50
                       Motor Vehicle - $50           Bicycle - $50
                       Family - $200                 Commercial - $100
                                                     School - $200
                                      Scoring Rubric
            Theme 1 – 2 – 3 – 4 Creative 1 – 2 – 3 – 4 Appearance 1 – 2 – 3 – 4= Total o

  Fair Information Booth open daily 11 am to 7 pm starting Monday, August 9.

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The LINCOLN COUNTY FAIR and RODEO
                                                       The Best Days of Summer

Saturday, August 7                                                     Wednesday, August 11
Kickin’ Klassics Car Show                             12:00 pm         Big Top
     Registration 9 am to 12 pm, Awards 3:30 pm                             June Bugs, Music                              11:00 am
                                                                            Marty Putz, Comedy                            12:00 pm
Parade                                                5:00 pm               Special Head, Illusionist                     1:00 pm
    Coordinator-Carmelita Guild                                             June Bugs, Music                              2:00 pm
     Free Registration 3:30-4:45 pm at 2nd Ave & Washington St.)
                                                                            Marty Putz, Comedy                            3:00 pm
Grandstand                                                                  Special Head, Illusionist                     4:00 pm
    Monster X Tour Monster Truck Show                 7:00 PM               June Bugs, Music                              5:00 pm
                                                                            Marty Putz, Comedy                            6:00 pm
Monday , August 9                                                      Grounds
Big Top                                                                    Curly’s Funtastic KidZone    11:00 am - 8:00 pm
     Driftwood Band, Music                            11:00 am             All Aboard Trains            12:00 pm – 6:00 pm
     Marty Putz, Comedy                               12:00 pm             Aussie Kingdom               11:30, 2:00, 5:00 pm
     TBD                                              1:00 pm              Carden’s Elephants           12:30, 3:00, 6:00 pm
     Driftwood Band, Music                            2:00 pm              Piano Juggler                12:00, 3:30, 5:30 pm
     Marty Putz, Comedy                               3:00 pm              Roberto The Magnificent     11:00 am, 1:30, 4:30 pm
     TBD                                              4:00 pm              Fyre God                     6:30, 8:00, 9:00 pm
     Driftwood Band, Music                            5:00 pm              Stilt Circus                 1:00 pm, 3:00, 5:00 pm
     Marty Putz, Comedy                               6:00 pm              The Silent Treatment         1:00 , 3:30, 6:00 pm
                                                                           Roy McCoy, The Doodlin Cowboy 2:30, 4:00, 7:00 pm
Grounds
                                                                           Carnival Midway Attractions  2:00 pm – 11:00 pm
    Curly’s Funtastic KidZone           11:00 am - 8:00 pm
                                                                       Grandstand        Bull Riders Only                     7:00 pm
Grandstand                                                                  Presented by Circle J Rodeo, Featuring Casperson Mini Bulls
    The Vocalist presented by SVI Media               7:00 pm
                                                                       Thursday, August 12
Tuesday, August 10                                                     Big Top
Big Top                                                                     John Clemons, Music                           11:00 am
     June Bugs, Music                                 11:00 am              Special Head, Illusionist                     12:00 pm
     Marty Putz, Comedy                               12:00 pm              WaHoo Review, Wild West Musical               1:00 pm
     Special Head, Illusionist                        1:00 pm               Chris Mabrey, Hypnotist                       2:00 pm
     June Bugs, Music                                 2:00 pm               Special Head, Illusionist                     3:00 pm
     Marty Putz, Comedy                               3:00 pm               WaHoo Review, Wild West Musical               4:00 pm
     Special Head, Illusionist                        4:00 pm               Chris Mabrey, Hypnotist                       5:00 pm
     June Bugs, Music                                 5:00 pm               Special Head, Illusionist                     6:00 pm
     Marty Putz, Comedy                               6:00 pm
                                                                       Grounds
Grounds                                                                    Curly’s Funtastic KidZone   11:00 am - 8:00 pm
    Curly’s Funtastic KidZone           11:00 am - 8:00 pm                 All Aboard Trains           12:00 pm – 6:00 pm
    All Aboard Trains                   12:00 pm – 6:00 pm                 Aussie Kingdom              11:30, 2:00, 5:00 pm
    Aussie Kingdom                      11:30, 2:00, 5:00 pm               Carden’s Elephants          12:30, 3:00, 6:00 pm
    Carden’s Elephants                  12:30, 3:00, 6:00 pm               Piano Juggler               12:00, 3:30, 5:30 pm
    Piano Juggler                       12:00, 3:30, 5:30 pm               Roberto The Magnificent     11:00 am, 1:30, 4:30 pm
    Roberto The Magnificent             11:00 am, 1:30, 4:30 pm            Fyre God                    6:30, 8:00, 9:00 pm
    Carnival Midway Attractions         5:00 – 10:00 pm                    Stilt Circus                1:00 pm, 3:00, 5:00 pm
                                                                           The Silent Treatment        1:00 , 3:30, 6:00 pm
Grandstand                                                                 Roy McCoy, The Doodlin Cowboy 2:30, 4:00, 7:00 pm
    Horse Pulls           7:00 pm                                          Carnival Midway Attractions 2:00 pm – 11:00 pm
                                                                       Grandstand           FREESTYLE REINING             7:00 pm
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Friday, August 13
Big Top
     John Clemons, Music                 11:00 am
     Special Head, Illusionist           12:00 pm
     WaHoo Review, Wild West Musical     1:00 pm
     Chris Mabrey, Hypnotist             2:00 pm
     Special Head, Illusionist           3:00 pm
     WaHoo Review, Wild West Musical     4:00 pm
     Chris Mabrey, Hypnotist             5:00 pm
     Special Head, Illusionist           6:00 pm

Grounds
    Curly’s Funtastic KidZone   11:00 am - 8:00 pm
    All Aboard Trains           12:00 pm – 6:00 pm
    Aussie Kingdom              11:30, 2:00, 5:00 pm
    Carden’s Elephants          12:30 am, 3:00, 6:00 pm
    Piano Juggler               12:00, 3:30, 5:30 pm
    Fyre God                    6:30, 8:00, 9:00 pm
    Stilt Circus                1:00 pm, 3:00, 5:00 pm
    The Silent Treatment        1:00 , 3:30, 6:00 pm
    Roy McCoy, The Doodlin Cowboy 2:30, 4:00, 7:00 pm
    Carnival Midway Attractions 12 pm – 12:00 am
Grandstand       PRCA RODEO              7:00 pm

Saturday, August 14
Big Top
     John Clemons, Music                 11:00 am
     Tap Classics, Dance 12:00 pm
     Chris Mabrey, Hypnotist             1:00 pm
     WaHoo Review, Wild West Musical     2:00 pm
     Tap Classics, Dance 3:00 pm
     Chris Mabrey, Hypnotist             4:00 pm
     WaHoo Review, Wild West Musical     5:00 pm
     John Clemons, Music                 6:00 pm

Grounds
    Curly’s Funtastic KidZone   11:00 am - 8:00 pm
    All Aboard Trains           12:00 pm – 6:00 pm
    Aussie Kingdom              11:30, 2:00, 5:00 pm
    Carden’s Elephants          12:30 am, 3:00, 6:00 pm
    Piano Juggler               12:00, 3:30, 5:30 pm
    Special Head                11:30 am, 1:30, 4:30 pm
    Fyre God                    6:30, 8:00, 9:00 pm
    Stilt Circus                1:00 pm, 3:00, 5:00 pm
    The Silent Treatment        1:00 , 3:30, 6:00 pm
    Roy McCoy, The Doodlin Cowboy 2:30, 4:00, 7:00 pm
    Carnival Midway Attractions 12 pm – 12:00 am
Grandstand       PRCA RODEO                 7:00 pm

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                                                   2021 SCHEDULE OF JUDGING
        DAY                               EVENT                                    TIME                            LOCATION
 Mon. – August 9          4-H/FFA Horse Show                                             8:00 am           Lower Arena
                          Open Class Judging                                             9:00 am           Comm. Bldg.
                          4-H General (Interview) Judging                           10 am-12 pm            4-H Bldg.
                          4-H Fashion Show                                               3:00 pm           Afton Civic Ctr.
                          Check-in – Rabbits & Poultry                              3:00-5:00 pm           Rabbit Bldg.

 Tues. – August 10        4-H/FFA Horse Show                                            8:00 am            Lower Arena
                          Open Class Judging                                            9:00 am            Comm. Bldg.
                          Rabbit Show                                                   8:00 am            Small Tent
                          Poultry Show                                          Following Rabbit           Small Tent
                          All Large Livestock Animals in Place                          3:00 pm            Barns
                          Swine Weigh-in                                                4:00 pm            Pig Barn Scale
                          Beef Weigh-in                                                 4:00 pm            Scale
                          Sheep/Goat Weigh-in                                           4:00 pm            Sheep Barn Scale

 Wed. – August 11         SV Summer Jump Show                                              7:30 am         Main Arena
                          Swine Show (Market/Breeding Classes)                             8:00 am         Tent
                          4-H/FFA & Open Dog Show                                         11:00 am         Small Tent
                          Dairy Goat Vet Check                                             2:30 pm         Scale
                          Dairy Goat Show                                                  3:00 pm         Tent

 Thurs. – August 12       Open Horse Show                                               8:00 am            Main Arena
                          Swine Show (Showmanship Classes)                              8:00 am            Tent
                          Market Beef Show (4-H/FFA)                                    2:00 pm            Tent
                          Beef Breeding Show (4-H/FFA/Open)                  Following Mkt. Beef           Tent

 Fri. - August 13         Ranch Versatility/Reining Horse Show                    8:00 am                  Main Arena
                          Market Goat Show (Market/Breeding)                      8:00 am                  Tent
                          Sheep Show (Market/Breeding)                Following Mkt. Goat                  Tent
                          Livestock Judging                                       2:00 pm                  Tent
                          Mand. 4-H State Fair Mtg.            Following Livestock Judging                 Small Tent
                          (Must attend to go to State Fair)
                          Round Robin                                             4:00 pm                  Tent

 Sat. – August 14         Open Horse Show – Team Sorting                                10:00 am           Small Arena
                          Buyers Breakfast                                               8:00 am           Tent
                          Buyers Registration                                    8:00 – 10:00 am           Small Tent
                          4-H/FFA Livestock Sale                                        10:00 am           Tent

                                          ALL EVENTS ARE FREE TO THE PUBLIC SO COME AND ENJOY!!
1.   Animal forms table will be open Tuesday afternoon from 1 – 4 pm. A Health Certificate, Brand Inspection, proof of entry into the Lincoln
     Co. Fair, and forms table receipt will be required to weigh-in animal.
2.   Resale animals can leave the fairgrounds only when the “resale” trailer leaves. All other large and small animals (includes poultry and
     rabbits) cannot leave the grounds until 5 pm.

Starting Wednesday of fair week, premium payout will be at the windows by the Fair Board Office, 11 am to 6:30 pm.

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Lincoln County Fair
      The Best Days of Summer
4-H/FFA & OPEN LIVESTOCK ......................................... 6
  ONLINE ENTRY PROCEDURE & PREMIUMS ..................... 6-7

  ALL LIVESTOCK RULES ..................................................... 8

  OPEN HORSE SHOW ..................................................... 32

4-H GENERALS .............................................................. 37

FFA AGRONOMY & MECHANICS ................................. 59

OPEN CLASS COMMUNITY .......................................... 59
       ENTRY INFORMATION .............................................. 59

       COMMUNITY INFORMATION ...................................... 60

EDUCATION .................................................................. 86
           ALL FORMS CAN BE FOUND ONLINE
             (DOWNLOADS/FORMS TAB) AT:
     http://lincolncountyfair.info

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Online Entry July 1-Aug. 4, 2021                         Lincoln County Fair                        http://lincolncountyfair.info

                                                                                    Dairy Goat ............................................................ 18
                                                                                        Dairy Goat Showmanship .................................... 18
             4-H/FFA & OPEN                                                             Dairy Goat Rules & Classes .................................. 18
             CLASS LIVESTOCK                                                        4-H & FFA Horse Show .......................................... 18
                                                                                        4-H/FFA Horse Rules............................................ 18
                                                                                        Ranch Horse & Trail Classes ................................ 19
LIVESTOCK GROUP                                                                         Speed Event Classes ............................................ 20
Joe Mackey,                                  307-723-1940                               4-H/FFA Horse Showmanship.............................. 20
Fair Board Livestock Member                                                             Halter Classes               ............................................ 20
Leonard Wilford,                             307-885-4362
                                                                                        English Classes              ............................................ 21
Fair Board Livestock Member
                                                                                        Performance Classes ........................................... 22
Becky Vigil,                                 307-887-6275
Livestock Show Coordinator                                                          Rabbits ................................................................. 22
Shar Perry, 4-H                              307-885-3132                               Rabbit Showmanship ........................................... 22
Shaily Harshbarger, 4-H                      307-828-4092                               Rabbit Rules & Classes......................................... 22
Hudson Hill, AG                              307-885-3132                           Sheep ................................................................. 23
FFA                                                                                     Sheep Showmanship ........................................... 23
                                                                                        Market Sheep Class ............................................. 23
Livestock Online Entry Procedure ............................ 6
                                                                                    Breeding Sheep ..................................................... 24
Livestock Premiums .....................................................7
                                                                                        Breeding Sheep Classes ....................................... 24
Camping Space Fee ......................................................8
                                                                                    Swine ................................................................. 25
Livestock General Rules........................................... 8
                                                                                        Swine Showmanship............................................ 25
    Livestock Entry Deadline .......................................8
                                                                                        Market Swine Classes .......................................... 25
    4-H/FFA Junior Livestock Rules..............................9
                                                                                        Breeding Swine Classes ....................................... 26
    Junior Livestock Sale Rules ..................................12
                                                                                    Poultry ................................................................. 26
    Showmanship Contest .........................................13
                                                                                        Poultry Showmanship.......................................... 26
    FFA Information ...................................................13
                                                                                        Poultry Rules & Classes ....................................... 26
    Round Robin Showmanship Contest ...................13
                                                                                    Dogs ................................................................. 28
    State Fair Information .........................................14
                                                                                        Dog Showmanship ............................................... 28
Livestock Judging Contest...................................... 14
                                                                                        Dog Rules, Obedience, Conformation, Agility &
Beef Cattle ........................................................... 14
                                                                                    Rally Classes ............................................................... 29
    Beef Showmanship ............................................14
                                                                                    Open Horse Show ................................................. 32
    Market Rules & Class ...........................................15
                                                                                        Open Horse Rules & Classes ................................ 33
    Breeding Classes           ............................................15
                                                                                    Star Valley Summer Jump Show ............................ 35
Market Goat ......................................................... 16
                                                                                        Jump Rules & Classes .......................................... 36
    Market Goat Showmanship .................................16
    Market Goat Rules & Classes...............................16
Breeding Meat Goat .............................................. 17
    Breeding Meat Goat Rules & Classes ..................17
                                                                                               LIVESTOCK ONLINE ENTRY
                                                                                                     PROCEDURE
                                                                                            Be sure to read the rules of the
                                                                                         department or division you are entering.
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Online Entry July 1-Aug. 4, 2021          Lincoln County Fair           http://lincolncountyfair.info

                                                                    BREEDING BEEF, SHEEP, SWINE PREMIUMS
1. To enter in the 4-H/FFA Departments you must be
                                                                    4-H & FFA Premiums
   a registered member of those programs. Entries
   in all open divisions are not limited to residents of            1st - $14.00       4th - $8.00
   Lincoln County.                                                  2nd - $12.00       5th - $6.00
2. There is a copy of the fair book and livestock                   3rd - $10.00       6th - $4.00
   forms are found on the website under downloads.
3. Residents must complete online entry. This is the                Open Premiums
   ONLY method. Exhibitors must complete all steps                  Blue - $14.00              White - $10.00
   including the last step, printing your entry tag.                Red - $12.00
   Non-animal entries – print your tags and place
   them on items along with your skill statements.                   BREEDING MEAT GOATS & DAIRY GOATS
                                                                                  PREMIUMS
   Online Entry-
                                                                    4-H & FFA Premiums
   http://lincolncountyfair.info Then select the
   Online Entries Tab.                                              1st - $12.00               4th - $6.00
4. All Entries must be completed by deadlines.                      2nd - $10.00               5th - $4.00
   ENTRIES (Livestock only) RECEIVED AFTER THE                      3rd - $8.00                6th - $2.00
   DEADLINE WILL BE ASSESSED $100 PER FAMILY
   LATE FEE TO ENTER INTO FAIR. (Must show some                     Open Premiums
   entry in ShoWorks to waive fee). Enrolling in 4-                 Blue - $12.00              White - $8.00
   H/FFA programs does not enter you into fair.
                                                                    Red - $10.00
        On-line entry:
        July 1 – August 4, 2021
                                                                          4-H/FFA HORSE SHOW PREMIUMS
                                                                    4-H & FFA Premiums
          LIVESTOCK PREMIUMS                                        1st - $12.00          4th - $6.00
Premium cash will be distributed during the fair                    2nd - $10.00          5th - $4.00
Wednesday-Saturday 11 am to 6:30 pm at the                          3rd - $8.00           6th - $2.00
payout window by the fair board office.
Premiums can be picked up at the Afton
                                                                        RABBIT, POULTRY, DOGS PREMIUMS
Extension Office (directly east of the fair board
                                                                    4-H & FFA Premiums
office) from August 18-31. Premiums not picked
                                                                    1st - $6.00           4th - $3.00
up will be forfeited. No checks will be mailed.
                                                                    2nd - $5.00           5th - $2.00
                                                                    3rd - $4.00           6th - $1.00
      4-H /FFA MARKET ANIMAL PREMIUMS                               Open Premiums
         (Beef, Meat Goats, Sheep, Swine)                           Blue - $6.00                White - $4.00
 1st (Blue) - $6.00       3rd (White) - $2.00                       Red - $5.00
 2nd (Red) - $4.00

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Online Entry July 1-Aug. 4, 2021               Lincoln County Fair             http://lincolncountyfair.info

             CAMPING SPACE FEE                                            HAVE THIS COMPLETED BEFORE ARRIVING ON
Dry Camping will only be allowed in the west end of the
                                                                          THE FAIRGOUNDS AND MUST BE SIGNED BY A
fairgrounds.                                                              VET) is required in hand. There will be NO
                                                                          modifications of pens/stalls.
SPACE IS LIMITED AND MUST BE RESERVED WITH                                See the Judging Schedule for weigh-in times. (SEE
CLAY LARSON BEFORE PAYING ONLINE.                                         NEW RULE ON THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF 4-H/FFA
Contact Clay Larson, 887-0204 and complete the                            LIVESTOCK MEMBERS FORM)
online trailer release form.                                        5.    Stalls, pens, & cages will be assigned.
                                                                    6.    No animal will be allowed to run at large on the
4-H/FFA Members - $25 per night & Public - $35 per                        grounds.
night                                                               7.    Persons having stock to be exhibited will be
No Reservations will be taken until July 1, 2021. You will be             required to have it in readiness at the call. The
allowed to park your trailers starting Wed., August 4, 7 am.              judges are instructed not to wait more than five
– Payment is due before you can park your trailer.                        minutes after the call and those not ready will be
                                                                          excluded.
                                                                    8.    No ribbons previously won shall be exhibited with
       LIVESTOCK GENERAL RULES                                            animals in the show ring.
1. LARGE LIVESTOCK & SMALL ANIMAL ENTRY                             9.    No animals will show that have any hereditary or
   DEADLINE Livestock entries must be made prior                          transmissible defects or unsoundness. Animals
   to Midnight, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 4 for online                              showing signs of disease or illness will not be
   entries. Entries (Livestock Only) received after                       allowed on the grounds.
   the deadline will be assessed $100 per family                    10.   All animals will be subject to a check by a
   late fee to enter into fair. Contact the Show                          veterinarian. Any animal that appears to be
   Coordinator or one of the two Livestock Fair                           drugged will be subject to disqualification and/or
   Board members to pay late fee. (Must show                              blood test.
   some entry in ShoWorks to waive fee). Online                     11.   All sheep & goats (regardless of sex) to be on the
   entry link:                                                            fairgrounds must have a scrapies ear tag,
   http://lincolncountyfair.info. Click on Online                         registration tattoo, or other identification
   Entries Tab. (See the open community entry page                        accepted by the Wyoming Department of Ag. If
   for instructions. Do Not print tags for animal                         you have questions or need additional
   entries.                                                               information, please contact Hudson Hill, Ext. Ag
2. 4-H/FFA Exhibitors are to be Lincoln County                            Educator at 885-3132.
   residents, or students at Lincoln County Schools.                12.   (County Tail Docking Rule): “No extreme docked
   The open show is not limited to Lincoln County                         lamb will be tagged for the Lincoln County Fair.
   residents and will follow the 4-H/FFA show.                            Lambs that have been redocked after they have
   Appeals can be made to the livestock fair board                        been tagged will be disqualified. Any qualifying
   members.                                                               fair exhibitor who wants to go to State Fair will
3. All shows are limited to two (2) animals per class                     have to follow the State Fair Tail Docking Rule.”
   per exhibitor. This excludes large livestock                     13.   No test for brucellosis, tuberculosis,
   breeding classes. See specific animal sections for                     pseudorabies, or EIA (Coggins Tests) is required
   additional rules.                                                      on legitimate Wyoming origin exhibits. No exhibit
4. All large livestock animals are to be in assigned                      from a herd under quarantine for any contagious
   stalls by 3 pm on Tuesday. If not in place, animals                    or infectious diseases will be allowed on the
   will stay in the trailers and weigh in last. A current                 grounds.
   written health inspection, market beef heifers
   must be verified open by a certified vet, (PLEASE
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Online Entry July 1-Aug. 4, 2021        Lincoln County Fair             http://lincolncountyfair.info

14. ALL BREEDING BOVINE STOCK should have a                  27. To be eligible to receive a premium all large and
    brucellosis tattoo. It is recommended that horses            small animals must be displayed on the
    be vaccinated for Influenza.                                 fairgrounds for the week of fair. The exception
15. All animals must be clean and fitted before                  to this rule would be dogs, pocket pets, horses,
     entering the show ring. Livestock will be cleaned           and breeding livestock. Resale animals can leave
     and properly groomed at all times. Livestock                the fairgrounds only when the “resale” trailer
     must be well broken to halter. This denotes pride           leaves. All other large and small animals
     of ownership and that the animal is being cared             (includes poultry and rabbits) cannot leave the
     for properly.                                               grounds until 5 pm.
16. All animals must conform to breed standards.             28. All buckles, awards, and premiums must be
17. Alleyways must be kept free of trash and                     claimed within the same fair year as they were
     manure. 4-H/FFA project exhibitors alone are                won.
     responsible for the cleanliness of the stalls and       29. All decisions from the Livestock Show
     pens. If the superintendent or livestock show               Coordinator are final. An exhibitor and/or
     coordinator tags an unclean pen and it is not               parents may be asked to leave the fairgrounds
     cleaned within eight (8) hours, the exhibitor may           for improper conduct.
     be asked to take the animal home and will not
     be eligible for the sale.
18. Livestock bedding will be clean and neat.
                                                              4-H/FFA JUNIOR LIVESTOCK RULES
                                                                 (These rules are for 4-H & FFA members and are in
     Excessive bedding is discouraged.                               addition to the general rules listed above)
19. Livestock will be cared for in a proper and
     humane way. Exhibitors are responsible for all
                                                             4-H/FFA LARGE LIVESTOCK FEE:
     feed, water & care of animals. Exhibitors in            There will be a $20 per animal (one-time) Large
     livestock departments must furnish their own            Livestock fee. This fee needs to be paid online by the
     feed.                                                   deadline (Midnight, on Wednesday, August 4 for
20. Comfort of the animal is a primary concern.              online entries). Online link:
     Therefore, fans and insect control are allowed.         http://lincolncountyfair.info. Click on the Online
21. Stallions are not allowed in any classes.                Entries tab.
22. All participants in open class must be properly          The Responsibilities of 4-H/FFA Livestock Members
     and modestly attired and show at their own              form must be signed by 4-H/FFA Member and
     risk. There will be no open-toed shoes or               Parent/Guardian. Then it is returned to the forms
     sandals allowed for all ages.                           table under the tent before weigh-in. This form
23. Any animals stalled and/or exhibited on the              replaces the mandatory sale meeting and can be
     fairgrounds remain the responsibility of the            found online under the downloads tab. Health
     owner. Any animal that is unruly or dangerous to        Certificate, Brand Inspection, proof of entry into the
     participants and fair goers will be released from       Lincoln Co. Fair, and forms table receipt will also be
     the fair with a participation ribbon. Lincoln           required before you are allowed to weigh-in your
     County is not responsible for lost, stolen, or          animal.
     damaged items or animals.                               AGE ELIGIBLITY - for determining eligibility for
24. Non-specified classes may be made at the                 competition, the age of the 4-H or FFA member will
     discretion of the Livestock Show Coordinator.           be used as of January 1 of the current year. If you are
25. Open Horse Show Rules on Class List Pages.               an enrolled 4-H/FFA member, have a tagged market
26. Show Order: The order would be 4-H/FFA                   animal project, and have entered separately in the
     Market, 4-H/FFA Showmanship, Open                       Lincoln County Fair, you are eligible to compete in the
     Showmanship, and then 4-H/FFA Breeding, and             county fair’s livestock shows and eligible to sell at the
     then Open Breeding.                                     Junior Livestock Sale.
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4-H DRESS CODE                                                JUNIOR LIVESTOCK (4-H & FFA) RULES
If you are not in official dress, you will be                 1. 4-H & FFA members can only be registered in one
disqualified.                                                    state 4-H program and one county 4-H program.
Livestock Events:                                             2. 4-H & FFA exhibits will be judged and placed 1
Plain Modest White Shirt (Long or Short Sleeve)                  and 2 then as many 3-6 as needed (Except market
Black or Dark Blue Jeans                                         shows will be judged and placed 1, 2, 3). Premium
Proper Footwear (No open-toes shoes/sandals)                     money will be paid according to Junior Livestock
No Hat                                                           Show placing.
No Shorts/Tank Tops                                           3. Club members shall exhibit their own livestock
                                                                 personally, but in case they have more than one
Horse Show:                                                      4-H/FFA animal to show in the same class, they
Plain Modest White Long Sleeve Shirt                             may have another club member help show their
Black or Dark Blue Jeans                                         animals. While in the show ring, the person
Proper Footwear (No open-toed shoes or sandals)                  showing the animal must do so without aid, and
Hat (western hat or riding helmet)                               all adults, except those qualified to be in the show
Chaps (optional) for performance classes                         ring, must remain outside of the show area while
No vest or accessories allowed                                   the animals are being shown.
4-H members are required to wear white shirts for             4. LIVESTOCK FITTING RULE - A 4-H or FFA member
all contests & shows. If you show up without a white             is expected to fit his own animal at fair. However,
shirt, you will be given a participation ribbon.                 in the interest of safety, a 4-H or FFA member
                                                                 may be assisted by others (i.e., member, parent,
FFA DRESS CODE                                                   or another adult).
Official dress required unless special permission is             • Assistance is defined as a learning situation
received from advisor.                                                where the teacher (helper) is teaching the
Male: Black slacks (Black Levis or Wranglers can be                   member a technique in fitting or showing.
         worn in shows if not faded)                                  The teacher-adult is allowed only to show
         White Collared Shirt                                         how; the member is expected to perform the
         Official FFA Tie                                             majority of each technique and/or skill
         Black Shoes                                                  required.
         Black Socks                                             • If the fair committee decides there is a
         Official Jacket (zipped to the top)                          violation of this rule, disqualification of the
Female: Black Skirt (Black Levis or Wranglers can be                  animal and forfeit of premiums and ribbons
         worn in shows if they are not faded)                         may result. If the member is found to be in
         White Collared Blouse                                        violation of the fitting rule, he/she will not be
         Official FFA Scarf                                           allowed to show in any 4-H or FFA division
         Black Shoes                                                  entered, including the showmanship contest.
         Official Jacket (zipped to the top)                  5. The fair committee for each livestock division will
                                                                 be the Fair Board chairperson, the Fair Board
JUNIOR LIVESTOCK OWNERSHIP                                       livestock members, FFA Advisor, Extension
                                                                 Educator, and the Livestock Show Coordinator.
Ownership dates for Junior Livestock: calculated as of
                                                              6. HERDSMANSHIP/STALL INFORMATION
current year.
                                                                 a. Stalls will be assigned, and the stall cards will
Beef - Feb. 1
                                                                      be in place by 2 pm on the Thursday before
Sheep, Swine, Market Goats – June 1
                                                                      fair. A current written health inspection
Horses, Breeding Animals - June 1
                                                                      (PLEASE HAVE THIS COMPLETED BEFORE

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      ARRIVING ON THE FAIRGROUNDS AND MUST                           c. The number of animals tagged may not
      BE SIGNED BY A VET) is required in hand. If                       exceed two animals per kid per species per 4-
      animals are brought to the fairgrounds before                     H or FFA program. The Death Clause would
      2 pm on Tuesday of fair, required paperwork                       apply to families who did not want to/ or
      must be shown. There will be NO                                   could not tag two animals per kid per
      modifications of pens/stalls. Must provide                        species. The floater animal tagged needs the
      own shavings & keep pen clean from                                name of the family members tied to it at the
      Thursday through Saturday before fair.                            time of tagging. The floater animal may be
   b. Breeding livestock may be brought the day of                      used if a member’s project animal is not
      the show & taken home after, if there are not                     gentle enough for fair but did not die. Floater
      stalls available. The breeding animals must                       animals are only eligible for county fair and
      still have a vet check (See Schedule of Judging                   are not eligible for State Fair.
      for day & time).                                               d. An animal can be tagged in multiple names
   c. The large animal Herdsmanship Award will be                       for special animal science educational
      based on a score sheet so clubs can improve                       programs conducted by the Extension Office
      from year to year. The award’s objectives are                     at the discretion of 4-H/Extension Staff.
      to create pride in the barn area and promote                   e. 4-H/FFA members can exhibit no more than
      healthy competition between clubs. The large                      TWO animals in a class in any livestock
      animal Herdsmanship winners will receive                          program. Any animal may be shown ONLY IN
      recognition at the rodeo; a banner to display                     ONE (1) CLASS (Except Non-Meat Pen
      in the barn for the next year, and a traveling                    Rabbits).
      trophy to be awarded at Awards Night and be
      able to pick their stalls for the next county                          ALL MARKET CLASSES
      fair.                                                     1. All large livestock animals are to be in assigned
   d. Exhibitors alone are responsible for the                     stalls by 3 pm on Tuesday of fair. If not in place,
      cleanliness of the stalls and pens.                          animals will stay in the trailers and weigh in last. A
   e. Stall Cleaning - If the (livestock/horse) stall is           current written health inspection, market beef
      not cleaned after fair and the sale,                         heifers must be verified open by a certified vet,
      exhibitor/sale participant will not be assigned              (PLEASE HAVE THIS COMPLETED BEFORE
      a stall for the next year’s fair.                            ARRIVING ON THE FAIRGROUNDS AND MUST BE
   f. Alleyways must be kept free of trash and                     SIGNED BY A VET) and is required in hand. There
      manure.                                                      will be NO modification of pens/stalls.
7. TAGGING RULE                                                 2. After weigh-in the Livestock Show Coordinator
   a. Market animals must be tagged by animal                      will establish the classes. THERE WILL BE NO RE-
      ownership date (see page 11).                                WEIGHS TO MAKE WEIGHT.
   b. Death Clause Rule- an animal can be tagged                3. The 4-H/FFA market animals (Beef, Sheep, &
      for 4-H/FFA kids with the same guardian as                   Goat) will be weighed in at the fairground/ barn
      long as the animals are being raised                         scales. The Swine Barn will close during Swine
      together. In the event of a tagged animal’s                  weigh-ins and only the exhibitor and one parent
      death, the Extension/FFA, personnel need to                  will be allowed in the barn. (See the Schedule of
      see the deceased animal to qualify for the                   Judging Events for weigh-in times.) If you are late
      death clause. A vet may also be able to call                 for your species’ weigh-in time, you will weigh-in
      an Extension or FFA personnel to verify the                  last when all other animals have been weighed.
      death of the tagged animal. Members must                     Scales will be open for 30 minutes after last
      notify the Extension Office or FFA right away                animal has weighed in.
      when an animal dies.                                      4. Proper attire & footwear are required at all times.
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5. Resale animals can leave the fairgrounds only              6. Any drugs used must be in accordance with label
   when the “resale” trailer leaves. All other large              directions and on the advice of a veterinarian.
   and small animals (includes poultry and rabbits)               Any drug that has a withdrawal time must be
   cannot leave the grounds until 5 pm.                           reported and it is the exhibitor’s responsibility to
6. See the class page for rules specific for each                 care for the animal until the withdrawal period is
   species.                                                       over.
                                                              7. All animals must be exhibited at County Fair to be
    JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SALE RULES                                   eligible for the sale and add-ons. Market animals
1. 4-H and FFA members must complete the                          that receive a white ribbon will not be sold.
   following forms and turn in the forms to the               8. Grand or Reserve Market Animals must be sold at
   forms table before weigh-in to be eligible to sell             our county livestock sale unless both animals are
   their animals at the auction.                                  owned by the same 4-H member then the Grand
   • 4-H/FFA Responsibilities form and have it signed             must be sold at the sale.
     and dated by parent/Guardian and member.                 9. Any lambs that will not be accepted by the resale
     This form can be found online under the                      buyer because of short tails will be returned to
     downloads tab.                                               the sale participant at the expense of the sale
   • Consignment form                                             participant. The sale participant will have the
   • Brand inspection (Form A) or bill of sale                    market price deducted from his/her sale check.
   • Current written health inspection, market beef           10. Pictures: The Fair Board will not be taking pictures
     heifers must be verified open by a certified vet,            of the kids! A card stock “thank you” form can be
     (PLEASE HAVE THIS COMPLETED BEFORE                           picked up from the Fair Board Office or payout
     ARRIVING ON THE FAIRGROUNDS AND MUST BE                      window. A picture backdrop will be provided.
     SIGNED BY A VET) required in hand.                       11. Commission Fee Reminder: Animals that sell at
   • Proof of entry into the Lincoln County Fair.                 the livestock sale will be assessed a 2%
2. ELIGIBLITY - If you are an enrolled 4-H/FFA                    commission fee of the sale price.
   member, have a tagged market animal project,               12. Sale Order: Sale to start with selling the Grand
   entered separately in the Lincoln County Fair, and             Champion Steer, Reserve Champion Steer, Overall
   completed all required paperwork, you are                      Grand Champion Lamb, Overall Reserve
   eligible to compete in the county fair’s livestock             Champion Lamb, Grand Champion Hog, Reserve
   shows and may be eligible to sell at the Junior                Champion Hog, Judges’ Top 10 list of each
   Livestock Sale.                                                species. Then random draw, including Grand and
3. Sale participant must complete the consignment                 Reserve Born & Raised Animals.
   and sign the brand inspector sheet to be eligible          13. Buyer’s add-on lists must be received by Sept. 1.
   to sell their animal at the sale.                          14. The sale participant/owner of the animal can
4. Market animals will be auctioned at 10 am on the               purchase only their animal back from the resale
   Saturday of fair in the sale tent.                             contractor. The sale participant will have to make
5. A 4-H or FFA member may exhibit more than one                  all the arrangements with the resale contractor.
   species but allowed to only sell ONE (1) animal.           15. The sale participant is responsible for the
   The member must notify the show coordinator                    processing of the fryer pen animals.
   which animal is to be sold by Friday at the end of         16. Livestock sale checks must be cashed by 60 days
   the Market Lamb show. If you have not told the                 after the issue date. If not, the participant must
   Livestock Coordinator or show clerks which                     attend a fair board meeting to ask for the check
   animal you are selling, your highest placing animal            to be re-issued. A re-issue fee of $50 will be
   will be picked for the sale order and that is the              charged.
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        SHOWMANSHIP CONTEST                                       Classes are expected to carry a supervised
                                                                  Agricultural Experience Project. In addition to
1. Sign up for all 4-H/FFA showmanship classes on
                                                                  livestock projects students are encouraged to
   the entry form. Only open showmanship will be
                                                                  exhibit agronomy, mechanics projects, record
   allowed the day of the show – (Except: Open
                                                                  books and notebooks to realize the full benefit
   Horse, Dog, Rabbit, and Poultry).
                                                                  from instruction and hands on.
2. 4-H/FFA Participants in the Showmanship contest
                                                               3. Exhibits must be of competitive quality and
   must show their own animals.
                                                                  approved by the instructor prior to the show.
3. No boars, stallions, bulls, or bucks (goats) allowed
                                                                  Awards will be given according to the accepted
   in showmanship. Rams (sheep) can be shown. No
                                                                  standard of the Fair Board. Prize money will be
   lactating animals shown.
                                                                  awarded on the basis of the number and quality
4. The Lincoln County Fair will award rosettes and
                                                                  of the exhibits, except where otherwise specified.
   buckles or plaques to the 4-H/FFA Champion
                                                               4. Projects exhibited must be part of the FFA
   Senior, Intermediate and Junior showman in Beef,
                                                                  member's SAE Program and, in the case of
   Sheep, Goat, Swine, Rabbit, Dog, Poultry and
                                                                  livestock, must be owned, fitted and shown by
   Horse. Open Class Showmanship champions will
                                                                  the FFA member. FFA members showing livestock
   be awarded rosettes (except Open Pee Wee). All
                                                                  (including horses) must also show in official dress
   other showmanship participants will receive non-
                                                                  or premiums will not be paid. Purchasing animals
   premium ribbons.
                                                                  trained and fitted for showing is prohibited.
5. Open class showmanship is for persons not
                                                               5. If transportation and financial arrangements can
   enrolled in that 4-H or FFA livestock project.
                                                                  be made, the following may be entered in the
   Classes will be broken down into the following
                                                                  Wyoming State Fair:
   categories:
                                                                  a. Top FFA animals in Dairy, Beef, Sheep, Swine,
   Adult - 19 years and older
                                                                       and Horses.
   Youth - 14 - 18
                                                                  b. Classroom notebook or Record Book.
   Intermediate Youth - 8 - 13
                                                                  c. Agriculture Mechanics Exhibit - depending on
   Pee Wee - 7 and under
                                                                       available transportation.
  Note: There will be an Open Pee Wee Division
        Showmanship (Ages 6 & 7 only) Classes in                  ROUND ROBIN SHOWMANSHIP
        Beef showing a 600 lb. calf or lighter. The
                                                               Awards: Champion – Choice of Jacket/Buckle
        animal is brought the day of the show and              Reserve Champion – Choice of Jacket/Buckle
        taken back home the same day and has to
                                                               1. There will be five (5) divisions of animals: Horse,
        be owned by the person showing it. It will
                                                                  Sheep, Beef, Swine, and Market Goats.
        be eligible for a rosette ribbon.
                                                               2. Intermediate and Senior members only - No
                                                                  Junior division.
6. 4-H/FFA Age divisions are located at the first of
                                                               3. If the Grand or Reserve Grand Champion
   the Junior Livestock Rules.
                                                                  Showman of any section cannot compete in the
7. FFA attired members must show a FFA animal in
                                                                  Round Robin Contest, the entry will then be open
   showmanship and 4-H attired members must
                                                                  to succeeding winners until there are two (2)
   show a 4-H animal in showmanship.
                                                                  showmen in each section, (i.e., the person
                                                                  immediately under the Reserve Champion would
FFA INFORMATION                                                   be given the chance to compete if there was a
1. FFA members are eligible to show at county fair                vacancy in that division; if that member did not
   through the summer of their graduating year of                 want to compete, the next one would be given
   high school.                                                   the chance.)
2. All students enrolled in Agricultural Education             4. General rules will be the same as the original
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   showmanship contest in each division.                                Champion show (These shows have fees that
5. Members must show the same animal as they                            need to be paid to the Extension Office before
   showed in the individual division showmanship                        you can be registered).
   contest                                                   5.   Dorm & Meal Information is needed.
6. Timing of events:                                         6.   Division winners who are under 14 years of age
    Five minutes on first (your own) animal this                 must have a parent/guardian chaperone to
       will include fitting.                                      accompany them. They will compete in the Junior
    Three minutes on each of the other four                      Division at State Fair.
        species.                                             7.   For youth to participate at State Fair, chaperones
7. Scoring: Seven total categories with a possible of             are needed. Please contact the Ext. Office if you
   105 points.                                                    are interested.
    Four categories of animal showmanship with              8.   All livestock going to the State Fair must have a
        20 points each                                            health certificate and/or inspection, PLUS all
    One category of fitting of your own animal                   horse members must have a copy of their
        with 15 points.                                           Wyoming Horse Safety Certification sheets from
    One category of personal appearance with 10                  the Extension Office.
        points.
   The personal appearance will be scored by each
   judge on each individual and averaged for the
   final so that it can be used as a tiebreaker. The
   fitting and showmanship in each division will be
   by the judge for that division only.
                                                             This contest will take place on the Friday of fair at 2
                                                             pm under the large tent.
       STATE FAIR INFORMATION
1. To be eligible for a trip to State Fair, 4-H/FFA          DIVISION 1876 - 4-H LIVESTOCK JUDGING
   member must have an eligible project that was             This is not a sanctioned 307 Series contest. The
   exhibited at the current year’s county fair.              county fair contest will follow the 307 Livestock
2. For animals to be eligible to show at State Fair,         Judging Series Contest Rules found out:
   they must be shown at County Fair and deemed              http://www.Wyoming4H.org
   worthy to go to state by the 4-H and/or FFA staff.        with the exception of reasons/questions classes due
3. There will be a State Fair Meeting following the          to time constraint.
   last shows on Friday for all who qualified to             NOTE: Please enter each youth in only one class.
   attend State Fair. You must attend to be eligible         CLASS
   to go to State Fair.                                      1876-1       Senior Individual
4. State Fair Registration Forms must be completed           1876-2       Intermediate Individual
   and given to the Extension Staff by end of                1876-3       Junior Individual
   Mandatory State Fair Meeting.
   The information needed to register for State Fair
   is:
    Classes to be entered
    Class numbers
    Tag Number for Animal
                                                             (See beginning of section for General Rules.)
    Number of animal pens needed
    We need to know if you are entering in the
       Junior Jackpot shows or Champion of
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Showmanship: No premiums paid                                1603-01 Market Beef Born ‘N
4-H & FFA Showmanship
1879-1 Senior Beef Showmanship
                                                             Raised Contest (4-H & FFA Only) -
                                                             (Producer gets a buckle and member receive a prize.)
1879-2 Intermediate Beef Showmanship
                                                             Rules:
1879-3 Junior Beef Showmanship
                                                             1. Open to all Lincoln County 4-H and FFA members
Open Showmanship (if time allows)                                who have a market animal project.
2000-1 Open Adult Beef Showmanship                           2. All entries must be tagged on county tagging
2000-2 Open Youth Beef Showmanship                               dates with a WSF ear tag.
2000-3 Open Int. Youth Beef Showmanship                      3. In order to compete in the Born-n-Raised Contest
2000-4 Open Pee Wee Beef Showmanship*                            all entries must be born and raised in Lincoln
(*Class Restrictions – See Showmanship Rules)                    County (If the animal is owned by any producer
                                                                 outside the county for any length of time, it is
1602-01         Market Beef Class                                then unable to compete).
(4-H & FFA Only) 1100 LBS. AND OVER [Please include          4. All animals must be entered for the class by the
your local producer’s name on the entry form.]                   fair entry deadline and provide producer
                                                                 information at that time of weigh in.
1604 -01 Mini Market Beef Class                              5. The top two county-owned animals from each
                                                                 market class, as placed by the county fair judge
(4-H & FFA Only) 48” or less hip height and 600 lbs.
                                                                 for that species, will be brought back for the final
minimum weight. [Must have been declared mini or
                                                                 class of the contest.
low line at tagging].
Rules:
1. Animals must be born after January 1 of previous          1602-61         Prospective Calves Class
    year.
2. Market beef will be weighed. They will be shown
    and sold the recorded weight at time of weigh-in.
3. All market beef will compete together according           Division 1601 - Breeding Beef
    to weight.                                               (4-H, FFA, & Open)
4. Animals entered may be purebreds, grades, or              Entry Example: A Black Angus Summer Yearling Heifer
    crossbreeds of any beef breed or breeds.                 Born May 1-August 31, 2020 would be in class
5. Only champions in market classes will compete             number 3.
    for Overall Championships. Rosettes only, no
    premiums will be paid.                                   BREED (FEMALES)
6. Market beef for 4-H and FFA must weigh at least           A. Black Angus (Classes 1 -7)
    1100 lbs. and have been owned by the member              B. Hereford/Polled Hereford (Classes 11 -17)
    since February 1. Underweight market beef must           C. Maine Anjou & Maine Anjou Cross (Classes
    show in feeder class. Only ribbons will be                  21 - 27)
    awarded to the feeder market beef and the                D. Shorthorn (Classes 31-37)
    feeder market beef will not be eligible for the          E. Any Other English Breed (Classes 41-47)
    livestock sale.                                          F. Any Other Continental Breed (Classes 51-57)
7. Mini Market Beef requirements: 48 inches or less          G. WBCIA Supreme Cow Phase l (Class 75)
    hip height and 600 lbs. minimum weight and be               Phase ll (Class 76)
    owned by February 1. All beef planning to show in
    a mini class must have been declared as mini or
    low line at tagging.
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 CLASS               A   B       C        D    E     F    G         Open Showmanship (if time allows)
 Jr. Heifer Calf     1   11      21       31   41    51             2000-4 Open Adult Meat Goat Showmanship
 born Jan. 1 -                                                      2000-5 Youth Meat Goat Showmanship
 April 30, 2021                                                     2000-6 Int. Youth Meat Goat Showmanship
 Sr. Heifer Calf     2   12      22       32   42    52   75        2000-7 Pee Wee Meat Goat Showmanship
 born Sept. 1 -
 Dec. 31, 2020
 Summer              3   13      23       33   43    53   75        1606-81         Market Goat Class
 Yearling Heifer
 born May 1 -                                                       [minimum of 50 lbs.]
 Aug. 31, 2020
 Spring Yearling     4   14      24       34   44    54   75        Rules:
 Heifer born                                                        1. Exhibitors are to read and abide by Animal Health
 Mar. 1 - April                                                        Requirements for goats. All market goats must
 30, 2020
                                                                       have USDA/APHIS Scrapies identification tags in
 Jr. Yearling        5   15      25       35   45    55   75           place prior to arrival.
 Heifer born Jan.
 1 - Feb. 28, 2020                                                  2. Ownership and possession and tagging for all
 Sr. Yearling        6   16      26       36   46    56                market goats is June 1.
 Heifer born                                                        3. All market goats will be checked for properly
 Sept. 1 – Dec.
 31, 2019
                                                                       placed Wyoming State Fair designated ear tags
 Cow/Calf (Any       7   17      27       37   47    57   76           and/or tattoos at weigh-in.
 female older                                                       4. Market goats must be uniformly slick shorn with
 than ages above                                                       3/8 inch of hair or less at the time of arrival on the
 w/calf at side)                                                       fairgrounds. Legs may have hair up to the hock and
                                                                       knee only.
BULLS                                                               5. Market goats may be wethers or non-bred does.
J. Continental Breeds (Classes 85-86)                                  They are to have milk teeth in place or may have
K. English Breeds (Classes 90-91)                                      lost one or both of their milk teeth, but there shall
                                                                       be no evidence of breaking skin or eruption of the
  CLASS                               J         K                      two permanent front teeth.
  Jr. Bull Calf born           85               90                  6. Market goats must weigh a minimum of 50
  Jan. 1 - April 30, 2021                                              pounds. Underweight market goats will receive
  English Breed Bull Calf born 86               91                     ribbons only – no premiums. Underweight market
  Sept. 1 – Dec. 31, 2020                                              goats will not be eligible to sell at the livestock
                                                                       sale. Market Sheep & Goats will be weighed-in at
                                                                       the scale in the Sheep Barn at 4 pm on Tuesday of
                                                                       fair.
                                                                    7. Exhibitors are allowed to use halters or collars
                                                                       when showing their market goat.
(See beginning of section for General Rules.)

Showmanship: No premiums paid                                       1606- 100 Market Goat Born ‘N
                                                                    Raised Contest (4-H & FFA Only)
4-H/FFA Showmanship                                                 (Producer receives a buckle and members receive
1879-28 Meat Goat Senior Showmanship                                prizes.)
1879-29 Meat Goat Int. Showmanship
1879-30 Meat Goat Junior Showmanship
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Rules:                                                          MEAT GOAT BREEDS
1. Open to all Lincoln County 4-H and FFA members                 A. Percentage Boer (1/2 to 7/8 blood)
    who have a market animal project.                             B. Full Blood Boer
2. All entries must be tagged on county tagging
    dates with a WSF ear tag.
3. In order to compete in the Born-n-Raised Contest                 DOES - CLASS                                  A   B
    all entries must be born and raised in Lincoln                  Doe Kid: born April 1, 2021 and
    County (If the animal is owned by any producer                                                                1   27
                                                                    after
    outside the county for any length of time, it is                Doe Kid: born Jan. 1 – Mar. 31,
    then unable to compete).                                                                                      2   28
                                                                    2021
4. All animals must be entered for the class by the                 Doe Kid: born Sep. 1 – Dec. 31,
    fair entry deadline and provide producer                                                                      3   29
                                                                    2020
    information at that time of weigh in.
                                                                    Yearling Doe: born Sep. 1, 2019
5. The top two county-owned animals from each                                                                     6   32
                                                                    to Aug. 31, 2020
    market class, as placed by the county fair judge
                                                                    Two-Year-Old Doe: born Sep. 1,
    for that species, will be brought back for the final                                                          7   33
                                                                    2018 to Aug. 31, 2019
    class of the contest.
                                                                    Three Years and Older Doe: born
                                                                                                                  8   34
                                                                    before Sep. 1, 2018

                                                                    BUCKS – CLASS
                                                                    Buck Kid: born April 1, 2021 and
                                                                                                                      40
                                                                    after
                  (4-H, FFA & OPEN)                                 Buck Kid: born Jan. 1 – Mar. 31,
                                                                                                                      41
     (See beginning of section for General Rules.)                  2021
                                                                    Buck Kid: born Sep. 1 – Dec. 31,
                                                                                                                      42
Division 1606 – Breeding Meat Goats                                 2020
Breeding Meat Goat Rules:                                           Yearling Buck: born Sep. 1, 2019
                                                                                                                      45
1. Exhibitors are to read and abide by Animal Health                to Aug. 31, 2020
   Requirements for goats. All breeding meat goats                  Two-Year-Old Buck: born Sep. 1,
                                                                                                                      46
   must have USDA/APHIS Scrapies identification tags                2018 to Aug. 31, 2019
   in place prior to arrival.                                       Three Years and Older Buck: born
                                                                                                                      47
2. Fitting of breeding meat goats will be left up to the            before Sep. 1, 2018
   discretion of the exhibitor, but the animals are to
   be shown in natural conformation and color.
3. Breeding Meat Goats may have horns.
4. Entry information: The class code must include the
   Division and class number. Example: Full blood
   Boer Buck kid born February 14, 2021 would be
   entered as 1606-41.

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                                                                                                 SENIOR DOE DIVISION
                                                                                   Animals that have freshened, including dry
(See beginning of section for General Rules.)                                      milkers.
                                                                                                       A B C D E                         F    G
Showmanship: No premiums paid                                                      Under 2 years, in 1 12 23 34 45                       56   67
4-H/FFA Showmanship                                                                milk
1879-19 Dairy Goat Senior Showmanship                                              2 years and         2 13 24 35 46                     57   68
1879-20 Dairy Goat Intermediate Showmanship                                        under 3 years
1879-21 Dairy Goat Junior Showmanship                                              3 years and         3 14 25 36 47                     58   69
                                                                                   under 5 years
Open Showmanship (if time allows)                                                  Best Udder          4 15 26 37 48                     59   70
2000-8 Open Adult Dairy Goat Showmanship
2000-9 Open Youth Dairy Goat Showmanship
2000-10 Open Int. Youth Dairy Goat Showman
2000-11 Open Pee Wee Dairy Goat Showman
                                                                                                 JUNIOR DOE DIVISION
Rules:                                                                             24 months or younger that have never freshened
1.   Base date for calculating age is August 1 of current year.                                      A B C D E F G
2.   There will be no pre-show milk out.                                           Junior Kid, born        7    18    29    40    51     62   74
3.   All goats must be disbudded, dehorned, or naturally                           after April 1, 2021
     polled                                                                        Senior Kid, born        8    19    30    41    52     63   75
4.   Absolutely no mistreatment of animals will be                                 Dec. 1, 2020 - Mar.
     tolerated.                                                                    31, 2021
5.   All exhibited goats must have a scrapies tag, registration                    Junior Yearling,        9    20    31    42    53     64   76
     tattoo, or other identification accepted by the Wyoming                       born Aug. 1, 2020 –
     Department of Ag.                                                             Nov. 30, 2020
6.   There will not be any billy goat classes available.                           Senior Yearling,       10    21    32    43    54     65   77
7.   They must be checked in by the vet on Tuesday at 8:30                         born Apr. 1, 2020
     am                                                                            to July 31, 2020

Division 1605 - Dairy Goat Breeds -
Entry Information: A Saanen Junior Kid, under 2 years,
in milk would be class 1.

A. Saanen            D. Nubian        G. Recorded Grade                                 (See beginning of section for General Rules.)
B. Alpine            E. Nigerian Dwarf                                             [Show times may change depending on time restrictions]
C. LaMancha          F. All other Purebreds
                                                                                  1. Wyoming 4-H Equine Competition Guidelines 2013
                                                                                     shall govern questions of policy, in the absence of
                                                                                     specific rules.
                                                                                  2. Members must use the same horse or horses IDed
                                                                                     in FFA or 4-H. 4-H members must pass the
                                                                                     Wyoming Horse Certification with each horse to
                                                                                     be used in the horse project.
                                                                                  3. 4-H members must pass the Wyoming Horse
              This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA                Safety Certification (Section 1A & 2A) to show
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      Halter and Showmanship. They must pass Section                  16. A pony is classified as 14.2 hands or under (58
      1A, 2A, & 2B to show Western Equitation,                            inches).
      Western Riding, Reining and English Hunt Seat.                  17. HORSE HEALTH – A health inspection will be
      Section 3 Special Endorsements must be passed                       required for any horses entered into the fair. Any
      to participate in Roping (on a horse), Speed                        horse showing any signs of sickness: coughing,
      Events, Trail, and Hunter Hack (jumping). You may                   running nose and eyes and fever will be sent
      select which special endorsements from Section 3                    home. It is recommended that all horses be
      you want to participate in.                                         vaccinated for the following at least 1 month prior
      FFA members must pass the FFA State Safety test                     to show: Influenza, Eastern & Western Sleeping
      to be eligible to show at fair. Eligibility verification            Sickness, Rhino, Tetanus, Potomac Fever, & Strep
      from the high school FFA Advisor will be required.                  (strangles). Health inspection paperwork (signed
4.    In halter classes, the horses show in breed of sire                 by a certified veterinarian) must be presented at
      unless color breeds or registered with a                            the time participant picks up their horse show
      recognized breed association.                                       back tag number.
5.    No stallions of any age allowed to exhibit in any               18. Ranch Horse Program Rules
      4-H or FFA class.                                                   All patterns will be posted before classes. SEE
6.    Classes added for current year's foal if needed.                    ALSO SPECIFIC RANCH HORSE RULES ON CLASS
7.    Winners in all classes are eligible to compete in                   INFORMATION PAGE. County Rules may be
      these same classes, if available, at State Fair.                    different that State Fair. Be sure to check the
      Exhibitors must furnish their own transportation                    State Fair Book for State Fair rules.
      to State Fair.
8.    Showmanship and halter are open to any horse
      member exhibiting their enrolled horse and who                                MONDAY EVENTS
      has met requirements of eligibility.
                                                                           August 9, 2021 - 8 am (Lower Arena)
9.    In all timed events the horse may enter the arena
      in the safest way, whether it is led or ridden. NO              Monday’s events will continue until completed or
      HORSE WILL BE ALLOWED TO RUN THROUGH                                night event starts. If the event was not
      THE GATE INTO THE ARENA. After the horse and                    completed, it will finish on Tuesday if necessary.
      rider are in the arena, the gates will be closed,
      and the riders will complete their ride.                        1608 Division - RANCH HORSE
10.   Safety helmets are recommended for all
      performance classes.                                            CLASSES
11.   Parents or leaders will be allowed to hold or lead              (Need WYSC 1A, 2A, 2B and Speed and/or
      the horse in timed events and in preparation for                Roping Endorsements).
      the showmanship classes. Members are to "fit"
      their own horses.                                               TRAIL CLASS (8 am)
12.   Intermediate and Junior riders will not be asked                (Need WYSC 1A, 2A, 2B and Trail Endorsement).
      to mount or dismount.
13.   Safety around obstacles should be kept in mind.
                                                                      Ranch Horse Class Rules:
14.   The reining patterns will be posted and
                                                                      1. Classes may be dropped or combined depending
      announced. The judge will assist in pattern
                                                                         on the number of entries.
      selection.
                                                                      2. Cattle Boxing – All age division participants will be
15.   Be familiar with all reining patterns in the
                                                                         required to sort and then put the cow in three
      Wyoming 4-H Equine Competition Guidelines
                                                                         boxes. See additional information from the
      2013.
                                                                         Wyoming 4-H Equine Competition Guidelines 2013.

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3. Team Sorting – teams are made up of two                       4-H & FFA HORSE SHOW
   participants. If the participants are from different
   age divisions, the team will compete at the higher            SPEED EVENTS
   age division. (Example: a junior division participant         Need WYSC 1A, 2A, 2B and Speed
   & intermediate division participant will compete at           Endorsement).
   the intermediate division level.) Exhibitors will
   compete one time only unless there is an odd
   number of participants. The exhibitor who goes                                   Senior       Intermediate        Junior
                                                                                    (14-19)         (11-13)          (8-10)
   twice will only take their first score. Make sure you
   include your team member’s name on the entry                   Barrels             153              168            179
   form. Team members take turns cutting the cows.
                                                                  Poles               154              169            180
   See additional information from the Wyoming 4-H
4. Equine Competition Guidelines 2013.                            Stake Race          197              198            199
5. Roping – Participants may show in only one roping
   event. All age divisions may participate in the
   Ground OR Dummy Roping. Only Intermediate and
   Senior age division may participate in the Cattle
   Roping. Participants may either enter the head or
   heal classes or both.

              Senior        Intermediate      Junior
              (14-19)       (11-13)           (8-10)
 Trail        152           167               178
 Cattle
              182           188               194
 Boxing
 Team
              181           187               193
                                                                               TUESDAY EVENTS
 Sorting                                                                       August 10, 2021 – 8 am
 Ground                                                          4-H & FFA Showmanship: (Need Horse
              183           189               195
 Roping
                                                                 Certification 1A & 2A). No premiums paid
 Dummy
              184           190               196
 Roping                                                          4-H/FFA Horse Showmanship
 Cattle                                                          1879-13    Senior Horse Showmanship
 Roping-      185           191                                  1879-14    Intermediate Horse Showmanship
 Head                                                            1879-15    Junior Horse Showmanship
 Cattle
 Roping-      186           192
 Heal
                                                                 Division 1607 - COMBINED 4-H &
                                                                 FFA HORSE SHOW HALTER CLASSES
                                                                 (Need Horse Certification 1A & 2A). Entry
                                                                 Information: A Quarter Horse Gelding foaled in 2020
                                                                 is class 106.

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                                                                   CLASS                   F     G       H   I   J
A. Appaloosa (Classes 1-12)                                        Filly foaled in 2020   71     85     99 113 127
B. Arabian (Classes 15-26)                                         Filly foaled in 2019   72     86     199 114 128
C. Miniature (Classes 29-40)
                                                                   Mare foaled in         73     87     101 115 129
D. Morgan (Classes 43-54)
                                                                   2018
E. Paint or Pinto (Classes 57-68)
                                                                   Mare foaled in         74     88     102 116 130
NOTE: Rest of breeds continued on next table
                                                                   2015 – 2017
 CLASS                     A    B      C      D     E              Mare foaled before     75     89     103 117 131
 Filly foaled in 2020      1    15     29     43   57              2015
 Filly foaled in 2019      2    16     30     44   58              Gelding foaled in      78     92     106 120 134
 Mare foaled in            3    17     31     45   59              2020
 2018                                                              Gelding foaled in      79     93     107 121 135
 Mare foaled in            4    18     32     46   60              2019
 2015 – 2017                                                       Gelding foaled in      80     94     108 122 136
 Mare foaled before        5    19     33     47   61              2018
 2015                                                              Gelding foaled in      81     95     109 123 137
 Gelding foaled in         8    22     36     50   64              2015-2017
 2020                                                              Gelding foaled         82     96     110 124 138
 Gelding foaled in         9    23     37     51   65              before 2015
 2019
                                                                  A class may be made for foals of 2020
 Gelding foaled in        10    24     38     52   66
 2018
 Gelding foaled in        11    25     39     53   67
 2015-2017
 Gelding foaled           12    26     40     54   68
 before 2015                                                      ENGLISH CLASSES
                                                                  will begin after halter classes A MINIMUM OF 3
                                                                  EXHIBITORS OR THE CLASSES WILL BE CANCELED.
                                                                  (Need WYSC 1A, 2A, 2B – must also have jumping
Division 1607 - COMBINED 4-H &                                    endorsement for Hunter Hack classes):
FFA HORSE SHOW HALTER CLASSES
                                                                                     Seniors     Intermediates         Junior
(Continued)                                                                          (14-18)         (11-13)           (8-10)
 (Need Horse Certification 1A & 2A). Entry                         Hunter Under        145             160              171
Information: A Quarter Horse Gelding foaled in 2020                Saddle
is class 106.
                                                                   Hunter Hack         146             161              172
F.   Palomino (Classes 71-82)
G.   Pony – All breeds (Classes 85-96)
H.   Quarter Horse (Classes 99-110)
I.   Thoroughbred (Classes 113-124)
J.   Any Other Recognized Breed (Classes 127-138)

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