DEPARTMENT 2
LIVESTOCK
JUNIOR SHOW

DIVISION A – C
Open to Bona Fide 4-H Club and
F.F.A. Members

Show Dates and Times: 

Date Check in Show Time Show Information Link
October 4 th 2-4PM 6:00 PM Junior Lamb Show
October 4th 2-4PM Following Open Lamb Show Junior Goat Show
October 5th 12-2PM 3:00 PM Junior Beef Show
October 6th 12-2PM 3:00 PM Junior Swine Show
October 6th 2:30-3:30 pm 4:00 PM ONLY   Floyd County Poultry Show
October 6th 4-6pm Following Open Swine Show Junior Dairy Show
ALL OPEN SHOWS Open Show Information
October 7th 11:45AM-12:45PM 1:00 PM ONLY   Floyd County Rabbit Show
October 7th 5:00 PM 6:00 PM Exchange Club of Rome Show

*Pee- Wee shows will take place after showmanship  shows. All Open shows will take place after Junior shows*

 


Heating Up for State
Junior Market Lamb & Junior Breeding Ewe Show
Rules and Regulations
Coosa Valley Fair
6pm, Tuesday, October 4th, 2022

General Rules
All Georgia 4-H and FFA State Livestock Show Rules and Regulations will be followed.
The Show Committee has final decision making privileges over all show rules.
The show is open to any current Georgia 4-H or FFA exhibitor.
Showmanship classes will be based on grade in school.
Pee Wee showmanship show for Prek 4 – 4th grade students will take place between each showmanship and breeding/market class
Check-in will be from 2 pm to 4 pm on Tuesday, October 4th, 2022. Show will begin at 6 pm.
The Open Breeding Sheep show will follow.
An exhibitor can enter no more than four (4) lambs.
This show is open to any registered or crossbred wether or ewe.
Unless permission by the show committee is given, exhibitors must show his/her animals in all classes.
An exhibitor will not be permitted to enter the show ring with another student’s lamb unless the lamb belongs to an exhibitor with two entries in the same class
Animals must have state issued 4-H or FFA ear tags to show in the show. Entries that do not have the correct tag will be disqualified and no refunds will be given.
An official Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (Health Certificate) with the individual animal identification number is required to show. An inspector with the State Department of Agriculture may be on site and current health papers must be available upon request.
Due to the limited space pens will be assigned on a first come first served basis. (The show committee reserves the right to ask you to house your animal on your trailer if we run out of pen space.) Counties may have to share pens. There will be at least 2 lambs per pen.
The owner is responsible for the care and cleanup of his/her own animal(s).
Shavings for bedding purposes are in the barn.
Shearing and/or clipping must be done outside of the barn, weather permitting.
Lambs must be exhibited clean and sheared. Wash racks and power for dryers are available.
An entry form signed by the parent, agent/teacher and the exhibitor must be mailed with the correct entry fees by September 29th, 2022 for the entry to be complete. .
Entry fees are $20.00 per animal. Juniors can compete in the Open show if the entry fee of $10 is paid.
There will be an additional $20 late fee for each entry postmarked/received after September 29th will be charged a $20 late fee; no exceptions.
Please keep in mind that entry fees are nonrefundable; no exceptions.

Market Wethers
Lambs will be weighed and divided into classes.
Weight will determine market classes; there is no weight requirement. There will be no re-weighing once the animal has left the scale area.
Lambs must have milk teeth. Lambs showing either or both of the first pair of the permanent incisors will not be able to show.
This show is open to any registered or crossbred wether or ewe. Wethers and ewes will be shown together as Market Class.

Breeding Ewes
Blankets must be removed during check-in and classification for breeding ewes
Ewes may be shown with lambs at side.
Registered Ewes must have the original registration certificate with the animal registered in the exhibitor’s name at check-in. Purebred ewes without the original registration certificate will not be allowed to show.
Purebred ewes must have an ear tag (flock tags are permissible) or tattoo that matches the registration papers.
Breed shows will be provided for purebred ewes that have a minimum of four (4) ewes at check in.

Purebred Ewe Classes:
Senior Ewes and Yearling Ewes (older than 14 months)
January/February Ewe Lambs (born in 2022)
March/April Ewe Lambs (born in 2022)
May and Younger Ewe Lambs (born in 2022)
Commercial ewes must be tagged with an official state ear tag obtained from the office of State Show Manager
Commercial Ewes will be divided into Black Face and Other Commercial Ewe divisions and shown by weight.
Commercial Ewe classes will be split into junior and senior classes based on teeth. Ewes that have not erupted their first incisors will be classified as Junior Commercial Ewes. Ewes that have erupted their first incisors will be classified as Senior Commercial Ewes.

Make check payable to: Coosa Valley Fair
Mail to: Livestock Department
P.O. Box 1224
Rome, GA 30162-1224
All returned checks will be subject to a $20 processing fee.

For additional information: e-mail: Rachael Dunaway rdunaway@rcs.rome.ga.us

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Heating Up for State
Market Goat & Breeding Doe Show
Rules and Regulations
Coosa Valley Fair
Following the Open Sheep Show, Tuesday, October 4th, 2022

General Rules
All Georgia 4-H and FFA State Livestock Show Rules and Regulations will be followed.
The Show Committee has final decision making privileges over all show rules.
The show is open to any current Georgia 4-H or FFA exhibitor.
Showmanship classes will be based on grade in school.
Pee Wee showmanship show for Prek 4 – 4th grade students will take place between each showmanship and breeding/market class
Check-in will be from 2 pm to 4 pm on Tuesday, October 4th, 2022. Show will begin following the open lamb show.
The Open Breeding Goat Show will follow.
An exhibitor can enter no more than four (4) goats.
This show is open to any registered or crossbred wether or doe.
Unless permission by the show committee is given, exhibitors must show his/her animals in all classes.
An exhibitor will not be permitted to enter the show ring with another student’s goat unless the goat belongs to an exhibitor with two entries in the same class
Animals must have state issued 4-H or FFA ear tags to show in the show. Entries that do not have the correct tag will be disqualified and no refunds will be given.
An official Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (Health Certificate) with the individual animal identification number is required to show. An inspector with the State Department of Agriculture may be on site and current health papers must be available upon request.
Due to the limited space pens will be assigned on a first come first served basis. (The show committee reserves the right to ask you to house your animal on your trailer if we run out of pen space.) Counties may have to share pens. There will be at least 2 goats per pen.
The owner is responsible for the care and cleanup of his/her own animal(s).
Shavings for bedding purposes are in the barn.
Clipping must be done outside of the barn, weather permitting.
All goats must be dehorned or have horns tipped.
Wash racks and power for dryers are available.
An entry form signed by the parent, agent/teacher and the exhibitor must be mailed with the correct entry fees by September 29th, 2022 for the entry to be complete.
Entry fees are $20.00 per animal. Juniors can compete in the Open show if the entry fee of $10 is paid.
There will be an additional $20 late fee for each entry postmarked/received after September 29th will be charged a $20 late fee; no exceptions.
Premiums earned during the show will be handed out after each class
Please keep in mind that entry fees are nonrefundable; no exceptions.

Market Goat
Weight will determine market classes; there is no weight requirement. There will be no re-weighing once the animal has left the scale area.
Does and wethers will be shown separately if at least 40 of each sex are entered.
Goats must have milk teeth. Goats showing either or both of the first pair of the permanent incisors will not be able to show.

Breeding Does
Breeding does will be divided into registered does and commercial does.
Percentage Boer Does must have a registration certificate and a minimum of 50% Boer genetics to be eligible for the Registered Doe Division
Does must not have kidded prior to the show
Registered does must have the original registration certificate with the animal registered in the exhibitor’s name at check-in. Registered does without the original registration certificate will not be allowed to show.
Registered does must have an ear tag (flock tags are permissible) or tattoo that matches the registration papers.
Registered does will be broken into classes based on birthdate and commercial doe division will be based on weight.
Breed shows will be provided for purebred does that have a minimum of four (4) does at check in.
Registered Doe Classes:
18-24 months
12-17 months
8-11 months
7 months and younger
Teat structure evaluation will be at the judge’s discretion. No doe will be disqualified based on teat structure.
Show Management reserves the right to change, combine or delete classes with insufficient entries

Make check payable to: Coosa Valley Fair
Mail to: Livestock Department
P.O. Box 1224
Rome, GA 30162-1224
All returned checks will be subject to a $20 processing fee.

For additional information or questions please contact:
Rachael Dunaway
rdunaway@rcs.rome.ga.us

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Heating Up for State
Junior Beef Show
Rules and Regulations
Coosa Valley Fair
3pm, Wednesday, October 5th, 2022

General Rules
All Georgia 4-H and FFA State Livestock Show Rules and Regulations will be followed.
The Show Committee has final decision making privileges over all show rules.
The show is open to any current Georgia 4-H or FFA exhibitor.
Showmanship classes will be based on grade in school.
Pee Wee showmanship show for Prek 4 – 4th grade students will take place between each showmanship and breeding/market class
Check-in will be from 12pm to 2 pm on Wednesday, October 5th. Show will begin at 3 pm.
An exhibitor can enter no more than four (4 ) animals.
The Open Beef Show will follow after the junior beef show.
Unless permission by the show committee is given, exhibitors must show his/her animals in all classes.
Steers and Commercial Heifers will be shown by weight.
Registered heifers will be shown by age and will need original registration papers in the exhibitor’s name at check-in to be eligible for the registered heifers show. If not, they will be placed in the commercial heifer show and shown by weight. All Registered heifers will show together.

Following the Rules and Regulations according to the 2022 Georgia State Show birth dates are as follows:
Steers:
Calves are suggested to be born after August 1, 2020
Heifers:
Junior heifers will be born after January 1, 2022
Winter/Senior heifers will be September 1, 2020- December 31, 2021
Yearling heifers will be born January 1, 2020- August 31, 2021
Heifers will be shown in 6 divisions. Commercial, Angus, Hereford, Simmental, Chi and All other Breeds. Any other breed with more than 5 entries will make a division. First and second place division winners will be placed to compete for Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion. In the event of low entries the CVF Show committee has the right to combine or eliminate classes.
An exhibitor will not be permitted to enter the show ring with another student’s entry unless the animal belongs to an exhibitor with two entries in the same class
Animals must have state issued 4-H or FFA ear tags and/or tattoo to show in the show. Entries that do not have the correct tag will be disqualified and no refunds will be given.
An official Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (Health Certificate) with the individual animal identification number is required to show. An inspector with the State Department of Agriculture may be on site and current health papers must be available upon request.
Due to the limited space, tie outs will be assigned. (The show committee reserves the right to ask you to tie your animal on your trailer if we run out of pen space.)
The owner is responsible for the care and cleanup of his/her own animal(s).
Shavings for bedding purposes are in the barn.
Blocking chutes must be set up outside of the barn, weather permitting.
Fitting of the animal is up to the exhibitor.
An entry form signed by the parent, agent/teacher and the exhibitor must be mailed with the correct entry fees by September 29th, 2022 for the entry to be complete.
Entry fees are $20.00 per animal. Juniors can compete in the Open show if the entry fee of $10 is paid.
There will be an additional $20 late fee for each entry postmarked/received after September 29th will be charged a $20 late fee; no exceptions
Please keep in mind that entry fees are nonrefundable; no exceptions.

Make check payable to: Coosa Valley Fair
Mail to: Livestock Department
P.O. Box 1224
Rome, GA 30162-1224
All returned checks will be subject to a $20 processing fee.

 

For additional information: e-mail: Rachael Dunaway rdunaway@rcs.rome.ga.us

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Heating Up for State
Junior Market Hog & Junior Breeding Gilt Show
Rules and Regulations
Coosa Valley Fair
3pm, Thursday, October 6th, 2022

General Rules
All Georgia 4-H and FFA State Livestock Show Rules and Regulations will be followed.
The Show Committee has final decision making privileges over all show rules.
The show is open to any current Georgia 4-H or FFA exhibitor.
Showmanship classes will be based on grade in school.
Pee Wee showmanship show for Prek 4 – 4th grade students will take place between each showmanship and breeding/market class
The Open Breeding Gilt show will follow the junior show. Juniors can compete in the Open show by paying the entry fee of $10.
Check-in will be from 12 pm to 2 pm on Thursday, October 6th, 2022. Show will begin at 3 pm.
An exhibitor can enter no more than four (4) hogs.
Entries may be barrows or gilts. All breeds and crosses are eligible.
Unless permission by the show committee is given, exhibitors must show his/her animals in all classes.
Animals must have state issued 4-H or FFA ear tags to show in the show. Entries that do not have the correct tag will be disqualified and no refunds will be given.
An official Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (Health Certificate) with the individual animal identification number is required to show. An inspector with the State Department of Agriculture may be on site and current health papers must be available upon request.
All swine must be blood tested PRV and Brucellosis negative within 30 days of the show. All out-of-state swine must have a prior permit number on the health certificate.
Market barrows (including a registered purebred barrow division), market gilts, registered gilts, and commercial gilts are eligible. No boars! Market barrows and market gilts will be shown separately by weight. Purebred gilts with registration certificates will be shown by breed and by age. Commercial gilts will be shown by weight and if there are not enough entries, commercial gilts will be shown in market classes. Hogs cannot be shown as both a breeding gilt and a market hog.
Market Hog Show: Barrows and gilts will show separately. Divisions in the barrow and gilt market hog shows will be divided evenly among the classes, as fair as possible.
The purebred barrow division will consist of classes for Duroc, Hampshire, Yorkshire, Berkshire and Other Breeds. There must be a minimum of four (4) head to hold a class. If there is not, the purebred barrow will be placed in Other Breeds. If there are not enough entries for a purebred division, they will show as crossbred market barrows.
Registered and Commercial Breeding Gilt Show: All gilts must be registered with a proper registration certificate from the National Swine Registry for their respective breed. Purebred entries must show the exhibitor’s name or exhibitor’s family farm as the current owner on the registration paper.
Registered breeding gilts do not have to have ear tags but must be ear notched according to their registration certificate. Entries must be farrowed in February, March, or April 2022. A minimum of six (6) head will be required to hold a breed show.
If there are less than six (6) head of a breed, they will be shown as All Other Breeds.
Due to the limited space pens will be assigned on a first come first served basis. (The show committee reserves the right to ask you to house your animal on your trailer if we run out of pen space.) Counties may have to share pens. There will be at least 2 hogs per pen.
The owner is responsible for the care and cleanup of his/her own animal(s).
Shavings for bedding purposes are in the barn.
Pigs will be weighed by show management. No weigh back cards.
An entry form signed by the parent, agent/teacher and the exhibitor must be mailed with the correct entry fees by September 29th, 2022 for the entry to be complete.
Entry fees are $20.00 per animal. Juniors can compete in the Open show if the entry fee of $10 is paid.
There will be an additional $20 late fee for each entry postmarked/received after September 29th will be charged a $20 late fee; no exceptions.
Please keep in mind that entry fees are nonrefundable; no exceptions.

Make check payable to: Coosa Valley Fair
Mail to: Livestock Department
P.O. Box 1224
Rome, GA 30162-1224
All returned checks will be subject to a $20 processing fee.

For additional information or questions please contact:
Rachael Dunaway
rdunaway@rcs.rome.ga.us

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Heating Up for State
Registered and Commercial Junior Dairy Show
Rules and Regulations
Coosa Valley Fair
Following the Open Breeding Swine show, Thursday, October 6th, 2022

General Rules
All Georgia 4-H and FFA State Livestock Show Rules and Regulations will be followed.
The Show Committee has final decision making privileges over all show rules.
The show is open to any current Georgia 4-H or FFA exhibitor.
Showmanship classes will be based on grade in school.
Pee Wee showmanship show for Prek 4 – 4th grade students will take place between each showmanship and breeding/market class
Check-in will be from 4pm – 6pm on Thursday, October 6th. Show will begin following the open Swine show.
An exhibitor can enter no more than four (4) head.
The Open Dairy show will follow the Junior Dairy show
Unless permission by the show committee is given, exhibitors must show his/her animals in all classes.
All heifers must be in possession of the exhibitor on or before September 1, 2022.
Animals must have state issued 4-H or FFA ear tags and/or tattoo to show in the show. Tattoos are required on solid colored calves only; however, they are highly recommended on all calves. Tattoo number need not correspond to ear tag number. Ear tags/ tattoos that do not correspond to the entry form will be disqualified and no refunds will be given.
Registered:
Heifers shown must present at check-in with an Original Certificate of Registration the exhibitor’s name must be listed on the certificate of registration. Entries must be made in the name of the exhibitor as it appears on the Original Certificate of Also an official lease agreement with a breed association is acceptable by September 29th.
Minimum of 5 animals are required for a breed class.
Fall Calf: 9/1/22 – 10/1/22
Summer Yearling: 6/1/22 – 8/31/22
Spring Yearling: 3/1/22 – 5/31/22
Winter Yearling: 12/1/21 – 2/28/22
Fall Yearling 9/1/21 – 11/30/21
All animals must be certified 87% or higher by their respective breed association
An exhibitor will not be permitted to enter the show ring with another student’s entry unless the animal belongs to an exhibitor with two entries in the same class
Commercial heifers shall meet the following requirements to be eligible:
Heifers must be born between March 1, 2021 and September 30, 2022.
Commercial dairy heifers may be of mixed breed or any dairy breed.
Heifers will be sorted into classes by weight.
An official Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (Health Certificate) with the individual animal identification number is required to show. An inspector with the State Department of Agriculture may be on site and current health papers must be available upon request.
All heifers must be dehorned. Heifers not dehorned will be disqualified.
Due to the limited space, tie outs will be assigned. (The show committee reserves the right to ask you to tie your animal on your trailer if we run out of pen space.)
The owner is responsible for the care and cleanup of his/her own animal(s).
Shavings for bedding purposes are in the barn..
An entry form signed by the parent, agent/teacher and the exhibitor must be mailed with the correct entry fees by September 29th, 2022 for the entry to be complete.
Entry fees are $20.00 per animal. Juniors can compete in the Open show if the entry fee of $10 is paid.
There will be an additional $20 late fee for each entry postmarked/received after September 29th will be charged a $20 late fee; no exceptions.
Please keep in mind that entry fees are nonrefundable; no exceptions.

Make check payable to: Coosa Valley Fair
Mail to: Livestock Department
P.O. Box 1224
Rome, GA 30162-1224
All returned checks will be subject to a $20 processing fee.

 

For additional information: e-mail: Rachael Dunaway rdunaway@rcs.rome.ga.us

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