Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 18, 1998 · Page 11
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June 18, 1998

Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 11

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THE DAILY GLOBE, Jrbnwood, Ml — Thursday. June 18,1996 Premium list rules Page 4 QCNCRAL MEOUimEMCMT 1. All exhibit* must be removed from the Fair grounds within twenty four hours after exhibit* are officially released by the Pair Association. 2. The Iron County Fair Association will Dot assume any liability for exhibit* left on the premises after they have beta released by the Fair Association. 3. Vegetables and crop exhibit* must be claimed immediately after the exhibit* are released. Otherwise they will be disposed of by the Iron County Fair Association. 4. Exhibitn are officially released'at: Livestock — 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, all other exhibit* 7:30 p.m. No exhibits may be released lx>fore that time, Exhibitor* must .show exhibitor receipt to department supervisor in order to release exhibit. . r ». Open ChiHs Exhibits are open to residents of the Chequamogon area of Wisconnin. Thin include* resident si of Iron, A.Hhhind, and Bnyfield Counties. Open clan* Livestock departments are also open to residents of Gogebic Cminty and Ontonagon County, Michigan. fi. Officials may conduct such tests and examinations ns may he necessary to determine the disease Htatu.H of any animal and to exclude or remove any animal afflicted with or suspected of being afflicted with any contagion* 7. Health records nhou!d ht; delivered to the fair manager before animals arc unloaded' at fair- groundn. All animals exhibited Khould be identified by regiHtra- tion name and number or by ear tag number. Health records and fair entry blank* nhould be kept on file in office and made available to Htntc or federal inspector*. fl. Registration certificates must accompany nil purebred cattle. .\ 9 Only animals entered in *pe- : cific claMmrn or event* are permit' U>d on the Fairground during the Fair. 10. All stable or ntall npnce ix reserved for uw? by Fair exhibi- torn and participants, and the Hpaco and u«e of Hame muat t>e authorized by the Fair Board or :ts Agent*. 1 i All horses and cattle xtabled and or exhibited al the r'air muni In' haltered and securely tied at. all tune while in the stall. \'£. PrfKif of ii negative Copgina TfMt will I* 1 required for all draft, and saddle horst-H entering the F.nrKToundrt ;M per state health ri-nulatioriH A copy of said tent ri-Miilts rthall he furnished the Fur JVinrd. GENERAL REGULATIONS AND PRECAUTIONS Amm.ilK or f'..wl of any chin* V. huh .-I low. HVOipt'HX* "I d!M'a>*e or which come from an area which i* considered exposed or quarantined because of the presence of a highly contagious disease, cannot be known at Wisconsin Pain, Th* Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection urges that every precaution be taken of the part of exhibitors to us* Jrtdhrtd- ual utonaHs. in caring for the animals. COMMON WATERING TROUGHS AflE FORBIDDEN. The department also urges the necessity of all exhibitor* thoroughly cleaning and disinfecting ALL VEHICLES which are used to transport animals to and from the Fair. A Certificate of Veterinary In- Hpection may be uHed in lieu of fin Interstate Health Certificate or health certificate. RIGHT TO DETERMINE DISEASE STATUS The Fair hn« the right to make Huch tests and examinations art may be necenwary to determine the disease status of any animal exhibited and to exclude or remove any animal afflicted with or suspected of being afflicted with any contagious diwense. All animal* found to lw afflicted with a contagifjiiri or infectious disease shall IHJ xemoved from the Fair premises under a permit from the Department, All txhlbitort mutt comply with thf provlilons **C forth below. The attending Veterinarian and the Department shall have the PARASITES Cattle infected with mange, •cab or ringworm may not be exhibited at any fair or other livestock exhibition. Animal* found to be infected, or showing evidence of infection with mange, scab or ringworm after arrival at a fair or other livestock exhibition shall be isolated from other animal* susceptible to the disease and removed from the premises. Thin shall nst apply to animals showing evidence of ringworm infection if in the opinion of the attending Veterinarian of such fair, or exhibition, the lesion is inactive and not capable of transmitting thu disease. WARTS Bovine nnimals infected with wurtB may not be exhibited at. live stock exhibitions. Animal* : with evidence of wart infection will h« examined by the fair Veterinarian and the animal ordered to be removed from the premises unless the Veterinarian finds the warts are not capable of tram:- initl ing the disease.. QUARANTINE Livestock under quarantitie by the Department arc nut eligible fur exhibition. PENALTIES Section !)5.1'J of the Wisnmsm Statutes provides m part "No persons shall...exhibit Jt tny fair any animal afflicted with or exposed to any contagious or infectious disrjsr." it i« a misdemeanor to exhibit animals contrary to thi« section. In addition, it in provided that authority to conduct such U-Ktn any person violating thin provi- and examination* aa may be nee- sion shall be liable to any other ennary to determine the disenne person who BUHUiinH damages by status of any animal and Hhall renson of such violations, exclude or cause the removal of any animal afflicted with or suspected of being afflicted with any contagious, infectious or communicable disease, HEALTH RECORDS All out-of-Mtate persona exhibiting livestock at any fair or live- utock exhibition in Wisconsin shall have a copy of a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection or Inter- stale Health CertificaU* available for inspection by th« Department at thf? fair or livestock exhibition, or file K copy of »uch certificates at the show or fair office for the duration of the exhibit. A health certificate is valid for .30 days unless extended by spttieH. All Wisconsin person* exhibiting livestock nl any fair or !ive- stock exhibition in Wisconsin shall have a copy of an Iritrnxlute Movement Certificate tir it ('ertif- irate of Veterinary Insfx'dion or an Interstate Health Certificate available for inspection by the Department at the fair or live- *t<x'k exhihilion. or file a ropy of '••in h rerfiTicate at tin- hlif;w or (,ur oliiiv: for the duration 'of the exhibit. A health certificate iw valid for 30 dayi nn!<'*-4 extended CATTLE AND A. BISON Catti* originating within Wisconsin There are no test or health document requirement*; for Wisconsin cattle. However, fair management in responsible for maintaining record* of persons who have exhibited at the fair and the identification of ani- main shown for 2 years. Acceptable form* of animal identification for breeding nnimals nre II) nn official metal cartag, (2) a breed registration number, or '.')) a breed registration tattoo. For steers, either nn official enrtaj,' or the metal eartag applied ;it weigh-in may be used. Kntry ijlanks suhmitteii and ni|.;rifd by exhibitors, including one of thr furms of identifus'ilKiti lifted above will fulfill the exhibitors re()uirornr-ntj* The lair's records of animals shown and exhibited lire to |M- retained in I'.ti-e thi'-ne are, needed for ditieaj.e ir.Kinjj purposes Sntiie exlntiitorh in.i present a WiHi'nnxn Health f'erl if'u.ile or V;H i in.ilnui lerlil'ii ,-itr iheik'tn !or the i-hn flu- atlendini: •• ' or cattle superintendent should match the paper identification with the animals and return the document to the exhibitor. The certificate may be copied a* a record if desired. CATTLE AND A. WSON Csatto originating from ouOkto of WteconaJn. Alt cattle shall be accompanied by a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection or Interstate Health Certificate documenting animal identification and all tesU or certifications required. Animals must meet normal Wisconsin requirements for interstate movement. As of January, 1998, all states that border Wisconsin have status that enables their cattle to enter Wisconsin without prior test* brucellosis, tuberculosis or anapasmmiK tents. Steer* are exempt from any brucillosi,H test requirement. Cattle from Brucellosm Certified Free herds in Class A states may enter Wisconsin without a prior llrucellosis lest.if the certified herd number ap|>ear* on the health certificate. Cattle originating from Tul>er- culnHis Accredited Free herds or Accredited Tuberculosis Free staten may enti'r without a prior tuberculosis teKt if the accredited herd number appears on the health certificate. Cattle originating from low incidence slates may enter without a prior complement fixation lest lor Anuptasrnoxis. These states include AK. CT. I)K. HI, 11.. IN, !A, ME. MI), MA. MI, MN, Nil. N.J, NO. NY, OH, ['A, HI, SI), VT, AND VW CiUlle from Canada may h<> ex- hihited in WiHconsin if they meet current federal requirements tt, cro-iM the international border. SWiNE Swine originating within Wls- con»in A!i breeding swine shall be accompanied by an intrastat* Health Ortiftcats stating that the herd of origin haa been in- Hpected on the farm within 30 days prior to the exhibition and no apparent dinease has been presented in the herd for the pant 30 days. Th« certificate must «l*o include all required test documentation. If breeding swine art prcxcnt on the show jrrounds at the time of the non-breeding show, or if any non-brwedinf swine return to farm* after the exhibition, swine for non-breedinf classes must be accompanied by an Intrastate Health Certificate stating thnt the heard of origin ha* be*n inspected on the farm within 30 day* prior to the eihibition and no apparent disease has bc«n present in the herd for the paxt 30 day*. There are no health certificate requirements if the exhibition is a terminal show where all swine are slaughtered at the conclusion of the exhibition. All swine shall have a negative pweudorabies test within 30 days of arrival at the fair, or originate from n qualified piwudorahii'H negative herd conducting rip- proved certification teiiting, unless: (Continued on Page 5) Support Your Local 4-H! Visit the Youth Exhibit Building at the Fair! 4-H 50/50 Raffle tickets available and Silent Auction Bidding throughout the Fair. Sponsored by: Iron County 4-H Parent/Leader Association t to In rin; STATE IME INSURANCE "Stop In and see, our smiles are freer We're at our new location, 502 Copper St. Suite #4 Hurley, •0******s***B*****l Cirri ««vM*t* • HOME*AUTO • BUSINESS •LIFE* HEALTH Serving Mkhlgaa 4 Wlv.oiuJB WrUi Afl Um*t Of (715)561 2266 or (800)561 2269 tor faye or tad* Account Cx«ciith«»

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