Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 18, 1998 · Page 16
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June 18, 1998

Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 16

Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, June 18, 1998
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THE DAILY GLOBE, IronwckxJ, Ml —Thursday, June 18,1998 Junior fair premium list Page 14 Junior Fair Premium List Junior Fair A*. 5.50 Rufet Governing Youth Exhibit* 1. Age: The Youth department is open to Iron County boya and girls, ages 8 through 19 as of January 1. Exception:(under ss. Ag 5.65 and 5.80) Exhibitors age 5-8 entering in Dept. 17-Y and Dept. 35-Y exhibitors (Educational exhibits). 2. Junior Fair exhibitors must bo members of 4H, VTA., Scouting, or any other recognized youth organization with adult leadership and an educational program approved by the Fair Board. Youth must be actively enrolled in the organization no later than April 1 of the current year. Exception: Exhibitors in Educational Department (35- Y) must have been enrolled in school in Iron County during the previous year. 3. A record of enrollment of all youth organizations must be filed . with the Junior Fair Superintendent on or before Mny 1 of the current year. Enrollment must indicate project areas for each. member. 4. All exhibits must be the result of the exhibitor's own labor. Youth may exhibit only in those departments in which they are enrolled or registered. Animal entries must have been cared for, groomed and trained by the exhibitor. 5. Premiums: No exhibitor shall be paid more than 1 premium under any one lot number. No premiums will be awarded to exhibits deemed not worthy by the judge. Premiums will not be paid for club parades, club floats, song contests, or a project which is not exhibited or demonstrated at the fair. Premiums will be paid directly to the exhibitor, except for group premiums which will be paid to the person identified as leader on the group entry form. 6. All exhibits must be displayed at the fair regardless of whothor they arc. judged prior to or at the fair. 7. All entries must b« made on th« official entry form. Separate forma will b« used for Educational Department (35- Y) exhibits. Exhibitor must indicate cither name of school or organization name (4H, Scouting, etc.) on entry form. 8. Danish system of judging will be used in all Junior Fair Department* according to Ag 5.91. 9. No animal or article may compete for .more than 1 premium except as part of a group exhibit or in showmanship. 10. If 16 or more animals or articles are entered in any Junior Fair class, the class may be divided into 2 or more approximately equal groups according to nge, weight, or other identifying characteristic and each group judged as a class. 11. In all departments in the Junior Fair Division, special classes may be established where none are specified for the item, article, or breed. State aid may be paid for the created classes in amounts equal to comparable established classes in the same department. 12. Premiums for Animal Exhibits entered by "Cloverbud" and "Explorer" members (agea 5-81 will be 50% of the regular Junior Fair premium for the same class. 13. 4-H "Cloverbud" exhibitors have reached age 8 by Jan. 1 to exhibit any animal. 14. All exhibitor* and animal* are subject to the same regulation* and requirements a* in Open Division, except where specified in Junior Fair Rules. 15. All posters shall be sized appropriate to the display, unless size is specified in the department. Department 1-Y Dairy Cattle All exhibitors and animals subject to game regulations in the op*:n division. Youth ages 5-8 will show their dairy calf in appropriate breed class and in appropriate showmanship group. Hol»t»ln» - Prmium 7.00, 6.00, 5.00, 3.00 1. Bull calf, spring 2. Bull calf, winter 3. Bull calf, fall Pnmkm 9.00. 8.00, 7.00, 5.00. 4. Heifer calf, spring 5. Hoi fur cnlf, winter 6 Heifer calf, fall Pnmlum 11.00, 9.00, 7.00, 5.00. 7. Hoifi'r, Hummer yearling 8. Heifer, spring yearling 4H members loam by doing, and demonstrate what they've learned. 9. Heifer, winter yearling 10. Heifer, fall yearling Ribbon Only - (class 11) (1st place winners classes 4-10) 11. JUNIOR FEMALE CHAMPION JUNIOR FEMALE RESERVE CHAMPION Pnmtum 12.00, 10.00,8.00, 6.00. 12. Cow, 2 to 3 years old 13. Cow, 3 to 4 years old 14. Cow, over 4 to 5 years old 15. Cow, 5 years and older 16. Dry cow, 3 years old and over Ribbon Only - (class 17) (1st place winners classes 1216) 17. SENIOR FEMALE CHAMPION SENIOR FEMALE RESERVE CHAMPION CUSS 8 Hotolehs - GradM Pnmhim 6.00, 7.00,6.00,5.00. 18. Heifer cnlf; spring 19. Heifer calf; winter 20. Heifer calf; fall 21. Heifer; summer yearling 22. Heifer, spring yearling 23. Heifer; winter yearling 24. Heifer, fall yearling Ribbon Only-(class 17) (1st place winners clauses 1824) 25. JUNIOR FEMALE CHAMPION JUNIOR FEMALE RESERVE CHAMPION 27. Cow, 3 to 4 vears 28. Cow, over 4 years 29. Dry cow, 3 years old and over Ribbon Only - (class 30) (1st place winners classes 2629) 30. SENIOR FEMALE CHAMPION SENIOR FEMALE RESERVE CHAMPION Clast C Brown Switt - Purebred* Pnmlum 7.00, 6.00,5.00, 3.00, 31. Bull calf, spring 32. Bull calf, winter 33. Bull calf, fall Premium 9.00, 8.00, 7.00,5.00. 34. Heifer calf, spring 35. Heifer calf, winter 36. Heifer calf, fall Premium 9.00, 8.00, 7.00, 5.00. 37. Heifer, summer yearling 38. Heifer, spring yearling 39. Heifer, winter yearling 40. Heifer, fall yearling Ribbon Only (Class 41) <lst place winners classes 3440) 41. JUNIOR FEMALE CHAMPION JUNIOR FEMALE RESERVE CHAMPION Frttnkan 12.00, 10.00, 6.00, 6.00. 42. Cow, 2 to 3 years old' 43. Cow, 3-4 years old •14. Cow, over 4 to 5 years old 45. Cow, 5 years old & older 46. Dry Cow, 3 yours old £ older Ribbon Onlv(Cl;iHH -17) (1st place winters classes 42-46) 47. SENIOR FEMALE CHAMPION SENIOR FEMALE RESERVE CHAMPION Brown Swiff 48. Heifer calf, spring 49. Heifer calf, winter 50. Heifer calf, fall 51. Heifer, summer yearling 52. Heifer, spring yearling 53. Heifer, winter yearling 54. Heifer, fall yearling Ribbon Only (Class 55) (1st place winters classes 4H-f>'t) 55. JUNIOR FEMALE CHAMPION JUNIOR FEMALE RESERVE CHAMPION Pnmhm 9.00, 6.00, 7.00, 5.00. 56. Cow, 2 to 3 years old 57. Cow, 3-4 years old 58. Cow, over 4 years old 59. Dry Cow, 3 years old & older Ribbon Only (Class 60} (1st place winters classes f>6-59) 60. SENIOR FEMALE CHAMPION SENIOR FEMALE RESERVE CHAMPION Any othtf Dairy Br**d - 61. - 70. Classes SL Premiums same ns Class A (Calves & Yearlings - Classes 1-10) Ribbon only (Class 71.) (1st place winners classes (5170) (Continued on Page 15) HAVE FUN AT THE FAIR! BRE5NAN Support Your Local 4-H Clubs Iron wood, MI 906-932-1831 Fqrslund Building Supply, Inc. E5 108 Jackson Road Ironwood, MI 49938 (906)932-2311 FAX (906) 932-16 17 E-Mail: SPRING CREEK DAIRY FARM Registered Holsteins Kenny & Sandy Clement 893-2284 Saxon

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