The 2013 Entry Guide Registration has closed
Junior Livestock Auction Exhibitors are REQUIRED to complete the following;
- Large Livestock Exhibitor Packet (2 BBQ tickets, season parking and admit pass)
- Purchase DNA packet(s) for all Large Livestock Market Animals and all Back-Ups by species specific deadlines (refer to above departments for deadline dates)
- Have Valid Ethics Training (Good for up to five years from training date)
- Small Market Animal Exhibitors are REQUIRED to purchase 2 BBQ tickets NOT the Large Livestock Exhibitor Packet and MUST have Valid Ethics Training
Swine Barn Layout HERE
Beef, Lamb & Goat Barn Layout HERE
Rabbit Showmanship Questions/Answers
Rabbit Showmanship Information
Meat Pen Rabbit supplement information
Meat Pen Rabbit article
Junior Livestock Exhibitors
July 29- Volunteer/Clerk meeting @ 1pm AND 6pm
August 6- Photography informational meeting @ 6:30pm
August 13- Small Animal Load-In @ 3-7pm
August 15- Large Livestock Load-In @ 7-10am AND 3-7pm
August 15-Last day for Pre-sale $6 admit tickets
August 22- Jr. Livestock Auction @9am/ Auction BBQ $12 @6pm
STEP 1 - Click on the below department(s) to read the classes offered and important check in dates and times!
STEP 2 - To Register your 2013 Entries click on the Register Here Button in the below box!
Rules & Regulations
Farm & Garden
Alfalfa is King 2013
A contest of the best Alfalfa Farmers of the Antelope Valley. Alfalfa Hay, Grain Hay (Barley Hay, Oat Hay, and Mixed Hay). East verses West!
Bees and Honey 2013
All Types of Bees, and their products- Honey (creamed, crystallized), Honey Comb, Chunked, and Extracting Frames.
As an integral part of their agriculture experience they must have grown exhibits for the FFA program. Nursery products, Horticulture Crafts, Floral Designs, and Landscape Designs.
FFA projects include woodworking, sheet metal welding, forging, electrical, rope and Record books.
Plants, indoors and outdoors. Flowers Dried, Silk, and Fresh. Come and enter the wonderful world of floriculture!
All things grown (except Flowers),Vegetables, Fruits, Seeds, Nuts, Roots, Bulbs, Dried and Fresh. Including monstrosities and unusual shape vegetables!
Big and Small ( see rules for limits). Mechanical, themed, Fun and Cute. (must be self-supporting).
Wheelbarrows & Mailboxes & Birdhouses
Wheelbarrows, Mailboxes and Birdhouses, skies the limit on your imagination for outdoor décor and landscaping!
All wool types; Sheep, Llamas, and Alpacas. Two entries per class.
4H Home Arts
4-H age range from 5 years to 19 years old, it is a voluntary educational program under the supervision of the UC Cooperative Extension.
Antique Glass and China, Pressed, Cut, Hand blown, Ceramic, China, Pottery, Depression glass. Personal items, household items, Toys, Kitchen.
Baked Goods and Confections
All Cakes, Cookies, Candy, Breads. Holiday and Favorites, even Healthy Food! Get Baking!
Special Theme and Bling
Your challenge is to “Bling” set items, such as shoes, hats, sunglasses, etc. Use your imagination glitter, sequins, and rhinestones anything to out “Bling” the rest.
Canned and Preserved Foods
Jams, jellies, marmalades, canned and pickled (vegetables, fruits, relishes, salsas) dried herbs, jerky, vegetables, soups, and trail mixes.
Ceramics & Pottery 2013
Ceramics Kiln Fired, Bisque / Hydrocal (Figurines, Animals, under glaze), Pottery, or Clay (hand built or wheel thrown).
Clothing and Textiles
Any sewn item ranging from clothing to quilts and cross-stitch. Hand Spun Yarns, Rugs, Weaving, Novelties, Crocheted, Knitted, Embroidered, and Quilted items.
A displayed box filled with a themed collection of Dolls, Sports items, Personal Accessories, etc. Do as an individual, group, club, or family!
Antique, Modern, Miniature, Porcelain, Cloth, Leather, Wood, Clay, or Felt. Also includes Teddy Bears!
Gem & Mineral
Collection or single items of all Gems and Minerals in Raw or Polished Forms, Faceted Stones, Cabochons, Geodes and / or Nodules, Mineral Specimens, Fossils, Petrified Wood, Jewelry and Beading.
Grange Juniors and Youth age ranges 5 years to 19 years old. Educating and supporting youth, and the public in the role of agriculture, good sportsmanship and ethical behavior.
This covers a large area; Photo pages / Albums, Tole Painting, Stained Glass and Glass Crafts, Leather Crafts, Carving, Pen and Ink, Models, Tree Decorating, Lego / K’Nex, School Projects, and much more!
World of Miniatures, Houses, Furniture, Floral items, Accessories, Villages, all in 1 in,1/2 in,1/4 in, and 144” scales!
Special Baking Contest
Bring your baked or prepared item during the scheduled Fair night and get your goodies judged in front of a live audience. Entry is your admission to Fair!
Any Table setting / or Tray setting. Done Formal to Casual, or following themes set by the Chairperson.
Wearable Art Fashion Show
A homemade wearable garment, anything goes; painted, glued on, you embellish to make your own piece of wearable art. Garment is modeled in the Fashion Show worn by anyone you wish!
Showcase your drawn, painted or sculptured artwork. Watercolor, Pastel, Graphite, Mixed Media even China Painting... Even youth can display their prized artwork!
Capture the wonderful world around us in print and digital photographs. Areas include black and white, action, nature, portrait, weddings and desert wildflowers!
Use your Jr. Market animals, only way to make it into Master/Round Robin showmanship, The best of the best!
Market Meat Pens
Meat pen Turkey (1 tom & hen), Chickens (2), Rabbits (3), Fryer Rabbit (1); Top 4 pens sell at auction, and get Buckles!
Market Large Livestock
Jr. Market species, will be sold at auction. All exhibitors must submit DNA packets for all animals.
Junior Barrow Show
Open to all Jr. Exhibitors with Barrow pigs, Extra chance to win a buckle!
Educational displays done by each club in each species, educate and show club pride!
Club Group Competition
4-H, FFA, & Grange compete to show which club has the best animals.
Beef Fitting Contest
A 2 hour event to completely fit a beef heifer from start to finish! Jr. & Sr. Teams of 2 people per team.
4-H Dog Show
Fun Obedience, Tricks, and Costume Shows; Also open to FFA & Grange.
Open Pygmy Goat Show
Open/Youth registered shows, NPGA Sanctioned shows. Also a Mini-exhibitor (5yrs.-9yrs.) costume contest, w/any small goat.
Beef Heifer Show
Open Breeding Heifer and Calf show. Come show how good your genes are!
Desert Premiere Boer Goat Show
Open Breeding Boer Goat Show, ABGA Sanction only. Come earn show points!
Lads & Lassies Lead
Costume Contest for yourself and your lamb, you DO NOT have to make the costume from scratch. Can piece together pre-made articles.
Open Lamb Classic
Open to all exhibitors, come show your lamb and earn some extra prize money!
Laying Hen Egg Contest
Bring in your prized egg layer, we record how many eggs she lays a day, win a 50 lb. Bag of chicken feed!
Open Llama Show
Open to Llamas with ALSA papers. Halter, Performance, and Display Shows.
NDGA Nigerian Goat Show
Nigerian Dwarf Goat Association only, must have proper NDGA Sanction papers.
Open Dairy Goat Show
American Dairy Goat Association Sanction; Youth & 2 Ring Open shows, youth exhibitors can enter in both departments
Open Sheep Show
Open Registered & Unregistered Sheep Show. Come show off your breeding stock!
Open Poultry Show
Have a chicken? Bring it into the show and you could win a ribbon or prize money! Judged by separate breed standards.
Open Pygmy Goat Show
Open/Youth National Pygmy Goat Association Sanctioned Shows.
Open to all Barrow & Gilts, exhibitors can use back-up pigs from the Jr. Shows, a chance to win prize money and Buckles!
- Open Rabbit Show