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Department II - FFA
Division G - FFA Fleece

​Austin Baker - Superintendent

CLASS 1- DOWN BREEDS

CLASS 2 - WOOL BREEDS

CLASS 3 - OTHER

Two fleeces per Class per exhibitor allowed.

  1. Fleece shall not be more than 12 months growth.
  2. Any fleece shall be discriminated against if showing any paint or tar brand or showing excessive foreign material or discoloration.
  3. Fleece shall be tied with paper fleece twine, flesh side out, in a manner to allow their being handled without falling apart.
  4. Fleece should be wrapped with paper cloth, or cellophane to prevent their becoming soiled.
  5. Fleece may be brought to Thurston County Fair, Tuesday, prior to the Fair. Fleeces should be labeled with exhibitor’s name, address and exhibitor’s number

POINTS:  BLUE - 40  RED - 30  WHITE- 20

LOT (fleece will be lotted at discretion of judge)

  1. White
  2. Colored