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OPEN CLASS
Department III - Open Class
Division P - Open Class Beef Cattle

Kendra Meek, Superintendent 360-508-6218
Entry Deadline: July 1
Entry Fee: $4.00 per head

RULES:

Please refer to General Rules and General Livestock Rules.

  1. A minimum of two exhibitors are required to compete for championship.
  2. Herdsmanship will be judged daily.

CLASS 1 - Angus
CLASS 2 - Hereford
CLASS 3 - Shorthorn
CLASS 4 - Simmental
CLASS 5 - Limousin
CLASS 6 - Pinzgauer
CLASS 7 - Other

Payment of premiums will be based on the following points:

​1st​2nd​3rd​4th​5th
​1-10 head/breed​280​175
​11-20 head​280​175​140​105
​21 head and over​280​175​140​105​70


LOT

  1. Junior heifer calf: born after Jan. 1, current year.
  2. Winter heifer calf: born between Nov. 1 and Dec. 31, previous year.
  3. Senior heifer calf: born between Sept. 1 and Oct. 31, previous year.
​CHAMPION HEIFER CALF​RIBBON
​RESERVE CHAMPION HEIFER CALF​RIBBON

 

LOT

  1. Late summer yearling heifer: born between July 1 and Aug. 31, previous year.
  2. Early Summer yearling heifer: born between May 1 and June 30, previous year.
  3. Junior yearling heifer: born between March 1 and April 30, previous year.
  4. Early junior yearling heifer: born between Jan. 1 and Feb. 28, previous year.
  5. Senior yearling heifer: born between Sept. 1 and Dec. 31, two years previous.
  6. Cow and calf: Calf must be born after Jan. 1, current year. Calf can be shown in its individual class. This class not eligible for Champion.
CHAMPION YEARLING HEIFER​RIBBON
RESERVE CHAMPION YEARLING HEIFER​RIBBON
​GRAND CHAMPION HEIFER​ROSETTE
​RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION HEIFER​ROSETTE

 

LOT

  1. Junior bull calf: born after Jan. 1, current year.
  2. Winter bull calf: born between Nov. 1 and Dec. 31, previous year.
  3. Senior bull calf: born between Sept. 1 and Oct. 31, previous year.
CHAMPION BULL CALF​RIBBON
RESERVE CHAMPION BULL CALF​RIBBON

 

LOT

  1. Late summer yearling bull: born between July 1 and Aug. 31, previous year.
  2. Early summer yearling bull: born between May 1 and June 30, previous year.
  3. Junior yearling bull: born between March 1 and April 30, previous year.
  4. Early junior yearling bull: born between Jan. 1 and Feb. 28, previous year.
CHAMPION YEARLING BULL​RIBBON
RESERVE CHAMPION YEARLING BULL​RIBBON

 

LOT

  1. Senior yearling bull: born between Sept. 1, and Dec. 31, two years previous.
  2. Late two-year-old bull: born between May 1 and Aug. 31, two years previous.
  3. Early two-year-old bull: born between Jan. 1 and April 30, two years previous.
SENIOR CHAMPION BULL​RIBBON
RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION BULL​RIBBON
GRAND CHAMPION BULL​ROSETTE
RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION BULL​ROSETTE

 

LOT

  1. Pair of heifers: all owned by one exhibitor or farm.
  2. Pair of bulls: all owned by one exhibitor or farm.
  3. Get of sire: four animals any age, both sexes represented all by the same sire, sire to be named.
  4. Produce of dam: two animals out of same dam, either sex may be shown.
  5. Best Three Head: three animals, any age or sex, all bred and owned by one exhibitor or farm. ONE ENTRY PER EXHIBITOR.