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Austin Baker - SuperintendentNote: Those registered animals entered in Open Class may be reassigned pens at discretion of superintendent.
CLASS 1 - CHEVIOTCLASS 2 - DORSETCLASS 3 - HAMPSHIRECLASS 4 - ROMNEYCLASS 5 - SHROPSHIRECLASS 6 - COLUMBIACLASS 7 - SOUTHDOWNCLASS 8 - SUFFOLKCLASS 9 - MONTADALECLASS 10 - OTHER BREEDSCLASS 11 - CROSSBREEDCLASS 12 - MARKET LAMB
POINTS: BLUE - 50 RED - 40 WHITE - 30
SinglesPOINTS: BLUE - 40 RED - 30 WHITE - 20
Fitting and showing ribbons are donated by Outhouse Plumbing, Bob Crossland.The following rosettes will be awarded at the discretion of the judge:
Dapper Sheep Crew ContestSaturday, August 3, 11 am in the West Arena. No premium points
Purpose: The purpose of this contest is to provide 4-H and FFA members an opportunity to have fun and demonstrate their ability to work together in a safe and humane manner to groom and prepare a sheep for show.
Eligibility: This contest is open to all 4-H and FFA Sheep show persons. The crew will be composed of a combination of three 4-H and FFA project members: i.e., 2 4-H and 1 FFA; 2 FFA and 1 4-H.
General Rules: Each crew will be provided a sheep and all grooming equipment and supplies:
Basis of Judging:
Each crew member will receive the ribbons earned by the team.