Junior Market Beef

 

RICHARD HOLMGREN Director 435-279-7512 

SUE HOLMGREN Bear River City 435-279-8766 

RIGGIN HOLMGREN Bear River City 435-452-1741 

KARLEEN RAMSDELL Riverside 435-452-1166 

TODD RAMSDELL Riverside 435-452-8707

 

 

 

ALL BEEF BREEDS WILL BE RECOGNIZED

 

  1. Exhibitors must be 4-H or FFA members of Box Elder County and must abide by the general rules. 

 

  1. All market steers must have been owned and fed in the county by the exhibitor at least 140 days previous to the show (unless circumstances do not permit with director's approval). Individual ownership shall be indicated at tagging time which will be approximately the last weekend of March. 4-H or FFA members may tag up to an unlimited amount of steers for the Box Elder County Fair, as long as the Exhibitor has registered with Box Elder Junior Livestock, 4-H or FFA,and has purchased the tags.

 

  1. Because of the ethical and legal standards demanded by the packers and consumers, any shots given 45 days prior to the show need to be approved by the beef director. 

 

  1. A state brand inspector will be on site when steers are checked in at the fair. After you have weighed in your steer and bedded him down in a stall, you need to take your brand inspection or ownership papers to the auction barn to be checked in. (A BILL OF SALE IS NOT ACCEPTABLE AS PROOF OF OWNERSHIP.) 

 

  1. A rope halter will be provided and needs to be left on steer at the close of the fair. 

 

  1. Cattle weights: Market steers are to weigh a minimum of 1,225 pounds at the fair weigh-in. 

 

  1. Steers that appear to grade lower than select will be sifted at the time of weighing and judging. 

 

  1. Any steer with stub horns longer than 2 inches will be sifted.

 

  1. Steers must be securely tied while at the fairgrounds.

 

  1. Steers will be assigned a stall on a first come first serve basis by calling Karleen Ramsdell, 435-452-1166.  Please be courteous and do not remove/move fitting stands which are already in place. Shade canopies are not provided by the fair.

 

  1. No temporary petitions between steers will be allowed.

 

  1. BEEF CARCASS CONTEST:   Carcass data will be calculated on all applicable steers. Winners will be notified prior to the carcass contest meeting.  Cash prizes will be awarded to the carcass contest winners.

 

  1. Fitting and Showmanship Contest - Exhibitors must sign up with Karleen after weigh-in

            a. Open to all FFA and 4-H beef exhibitors at the county fair.

b. There will be three classes: 3rd - 5th grade, 6th-8th grade & 9th -12th grade as of January 1 of current year.

            c. Awards: 1st - Trophy & $15, 2nd - $14, 3rd - $13, 4th - $12, 5th - $11, 6th - $10.

  1. Beef Display Contest:

            a. A trophy will be presented to the best display.

            b. The displays can be done by an individual, family, club or chapter.

c. The display will be judged on cleanliness of the pens, organization of materials and overall effect of the display.

            d. The displays must be finished by noon on Thursday.

*Participants planning to use stock blowers are strongly encouraged to bring their own generator.

JUNIOR MARKET BEEF SCHEDULE 

 

TUESDAY, AUGUST 23

Weigh-In…………………………….. 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

 

THURSDAY, AUGUST 25

Beef Market Show …………………….. 1:00 p.m.

 

FRIDAY, AUGUST 26

Fitting and Showing …………………… 8:00 a.m.

 

SATURDAY, AUGUST 27

Junior Livestock Sale ………………. 8:00 a.m. 

 

Premiums:

Blue ………………………….. $8 

Red …………………………... $6

White………………………....  $4