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June 18, 1998

Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 17

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THE DAILY GLOBE. Ironwood, Ml — Thursday, June 1 8. 1 998 Ducks, geese and turkey* should also be hatched on or after January 1 of the exhibit year. Exhibitor mint carefor own exhibit* and m«y have only 1 ffllP Idll j.^. IISI (Continued from P»ge 15) 9-11 year* . 16. English, exhibitor's age: 12-14 years 17. English, exhibitor's age 15-18years 18. Western, exhibitor's age 9-11 year* 19. Western, exhibitor's age 12-14 yean 20. Weatern, exhibitor's ag* 15- 18 years CteM O: Ptamaun CteM, (Hayular Judging) Horse or pony judged ns to ifc performance as a pleasure moun or as a pleasure to drive. fnmkmt IM, 7.00, 100, 5.00 An anknal thown tor pnmtums unttar CLASS 0 may not to aAown tot premium* in CLASSES A, E, or F, but may bt thorn} tar ribbon* In any at thorn CtetSM. 21. English, exhibitor's age; 9-11 years 22. English, exhibitor's age; 12- 14 years 23. English, exhibitor's age; 15- 18 years 24. Western, exhibitor's age; 8-11 years 25. Western, exhibitor's age; 12-14 years 26. Western, exhibitor's age; 15-18 years Ctesj E : TRAIL COURSE (Regular Judging) Premium 8.00, 7.00, 6.00, 5.00 An tnimtl shown tor prtmhans under CLASS E m*y not *» shown tor pnmh urns in CLASSES A, D, or F, but mty b* shown tor ribbons in any of tttos* cttssrs. 27. Exhibitor age 9 - 1.1 yrs. 28. Exhibitor age 12 - 14 yrs. 29. Exhibitor age 15- 18 yrs. CteM F: GYMKHANA (Ragular Judging) AH gymktutna class** art timed avant*. Prtmkjm 100, 7.00, 6.00, 5.00 An tnanal shown tor pnattum* undsr CUSS f may not b* shown for pr*7W- un* *r CMSSCS 4, D, or £, but may bt shown tor ribbon* In try ol thorn PWt flwtdlnj 30. Clbverbud agw 5-8 with stick horse 31. Exhibitor age 9- 11 32. Exhibitor age 12- 14 33. Exhibitor age 15- 18 Barrel Racing 34. Cloverbud age* 5-8 with stick horse 35. Exhibitor age 9-11 36. Exhibitor age 12 - 14 37. Exhibitor age 15 - 18 Plug Racing 38. Exhibitor age 9- 11 39. Exhibitor age 12- 14 40. Exhibitor age 15-18 Flag Racing 41: Exhibitor nge 9- 11 42. Exhibitor age 12- 14 43. Exhibitor age 15- 18 Department 7-Y Poultry Each exhibit shall consist of one bird. A cockerel or pullet in a bird hatched on or aft«-r January 1 of the exhibit year. entry per lot number. CteM A: Ch felon* Amarican variatia* Pramkm 100, 1.73, 136,135 1. Barred Plymouth Rock. 2. White Plymouth Rock. 3. Any other Plymouth Rock 4. Rhode bland Red 5. Whit* Wyandotte 6. Any other Wyandotte 7. New Hampshire. 8. Other American Varieties. CteM B: CMetarw MtdtorrarMMn twrfette* Pnmtum 2J30,1.75, 130, US 1. S.C. White Leghorns. 2. All born Leghorns 3. All Minocaa 4. All other Mediterranean varities CteM C: CMc*»r>* (Cro**br»ada) Pntnkm 100,1.75, 130,135 1. Crossbred egg type; white ear lobe 2. Crossbred meat type; red ear lobe . CteM D:Chickan* (Any othar) Prtmium 100,1.75, 1.50, 135 1. Market type. CteM E:Ducks PnmkmlOC, 1.7S, 1.50, 135 l.Pekin. 2. Muscovy. 3. Mallard. 4. All other standard varieties ofducks Class r*:C«es« Premium 2.00. 1.75, 1.50, 135 1. Toulou.se. 2. Embden. 3. All others CteM G: Turkey* Prtmium 100,1.75, 1.50, 135 1. Bronze. 2. Broad Whites 3. All other standard varieties Class H: Pigeon* PnrnktmlOO, 1.75, 130, 135 1. Performing or sporting breeds including rollers, tipplers, tumblers and homers. 2. Utility breeds including mon- dains, kings and carneaus. 3. Fancy breeds including Fantails, Pouters and Mondenas. CteM /: Snowmarr*nip Pnmkm 100, ISO, 100, 130, 1. Exhibitors, ages 9-11 2. Exhibitors, agt* 12-14 3. Exhibitors, ages 15 and older Department 8-Y Rabbit* Exhibitor muat care for own exhibit*. CteM A: Naw Zaatand WnHa CteM fl; Ftamtafi Giant*, ml) color*, CteM C: Dutch (mil cofor*). CteM D: Lop Ear* CteM E: Any other brvad. Pnmkm 100, 1.75, 1.50, 135 1. Buck under 6 months of age. 2. Doe under 6 month* of age. 3. Buck; 6-8 months of age. 4. Doe; 6-8 months of age. 5. Buck over 8 months of nge 6. Doe over 8 months of age. CteM F: Showmanship Pnmkm 3.00,150,100, 130, 1. Exhibitor*, ages 9 11 2. Exhibitor*, ages 12-14 3 Exhibitor*, ngr* l. r > and older Department 9-Y Dogs All dogs entered must have current distemper and rabies v*cci- nations. CteM A^Dog Otetftenc* Pnmkm 430,330, ISO, 130 1. Pre-novice A; Exhibitor baa no previous experience in dog training. Exhibitor 9-12 years of ««*• 2. Pre-novice: Exhibitor haa no experience in dog training. Exhibitor 13 years of age or older. 3. Pre-novice B: Exhibitor haa previous experience in dog training, but is now training an untrained dog or inexperienced exhibitor .showing a previously trained dog. 4. Novice. 5. Graduate novice. 6. Pre-open. 7. Open. 8. Pre-UUlity. 9. Utility. CteM B:Showm»n*hlp Pnmkm 100, ISO, 100,130 1. Cloverbud/Explorer exhibitor ages 5-8 using model 2. CloverbuoVExplorer exhibitor ages 5-8 years old 3. Beginner 9-11 years old. 4. Intermediate, 12-14 years. 5. Senior, ages 15 years and over. Department 10-Y Animal and Veterinary Science Exhibits may consist of displays without live animals. Exhibitors shall be enrolled in Veterinary Science or Animal Project related to exhibits entered, Class A: Equine Premium 1.75, 1.50, 135, 1.00 1. Scrapbooks describing activities in project. Photos or pictures maybe included. 2. One or two page report on horse care. 3. Display showing type and use of tack or horse care equipment. 4. Display showing various breeds of horse* and their origin. 5. Display labeling the parts of a horse. 6. Poster or display showing proper housing and feeding area for horse*. 7. Report showing the annual cost of properly maintaining a healthy horse. 8. Poster showing different nutritional need* of 3 different hors- ea, explain why. (Example: mare with foal, weanling, 5 yr. old gelding ridden only once per week, etc.) 9. Poster or display showing proper care of tack. 10. Any other, related to project. CteM B: Dmiry Pnmkm 1.75, 130, 135, 1.00 1. Display or poster dealing with the nutrients found'in dairy products. 2. Poster illustrating process of getting milk to the consumer. 3. Display of the different dairy breads and their origin. 4. Display labeling the parta of a cow. 5. M.-nketing dairy pr'xJuct*, display. 6 Poster identifying the steps in milking a cow. 7. Poster describing what to look for when selecting a dairy calf.- 8. Poster illustrating a dairy show class, with four animals of same sex and age division. Compare your four animaU, rank first through forth, and give written reasons. (You may use drawing, cut-out pictures from magazines, or actuaJ picture* from a practice show earlier in the year.) 9. Poster showing nutritional needs of a dajry calf. 10. Poster showing nutritional needs of a dairy calf. 11. Poster showing a cow's digestive tract and explaining how it works. 12. Posters designed for "June Dairy Month". 13. Scrapbook describing activities in project. Photos or pictures maybe included. . 14. Any other, related to project. CteM C: Sfrmtl Animal* Pnmtum 1.75,1.50, 135, 1.00 1. Exhibit related to care of a pet. 2. Exhibit related to training of pet. • 3. Po«tcr of different breeds of pet. 4. Display of common diseases and treatment of pet. 5. Scrapbook of project. 6. Other, related Ctes» D: Saef Carfte Pnmkim 1.75, 1.50, 135, 1.00 1. Poster of different breeds of cattle. 2. Postor on proper feeding of cattle. 3. Exhibit related to care and training of cattle. 4. Display of meat cut.s 5. Poster showing type of housing. 6. Poster illustrating process of getting beef to the consumer 7. Report showing the actual cost of raising u beef animal for market. 8. Scrapbook describing activities in project. Photos may be included. 9. Any other, related to project CteM E: Cat Pnmium 1.75,1.50, 135, 1.00 1. Scrapbook about pet cat. 2. Handmade catnip mouse toy. 3. Pouter describing daily care ofcat. 4. Picture story poster about pet cat. 5. Handmade litter box enclosure. 6. Chart showing the various common diseases of cats and their symptoms. 7. Handmade cat's climbing pole or scratching post. 8. Other, related CteM F: Veterinary Sctenc* Pnmlum 1.75, 1.50, 135, 1.00 1. Poster display, proper care for health animal. 2. Poster display of one animal disease, symptoms and control. 3. Po«ter display of one animal parasite or insect pest, nymptoms and control. 4 Other, related CteM G: Strirw Pnmkm 1.75, 1.50, 135, 1.00 1.Display of proper feeding 2. Display of rare and trairnng 3. Display of meat cuts 4. Pouter or display showing type of housing and feeding equipment needed. 5. Poster illustrating the process of getting pork to the consumer. 6. A report showing the actual cost of raising a hog for market. 7. Scrapbook describing activities in th« project. Photos may be included. 8.. Any other, related to project CteM H: Goat ftwnAwi 1.75,130,133,1M 1. Display of proper feeding 2. Display of care and training 3. Poster or display showing type of housing. 4. Scrapbook describing activities in the project. Photos may be included. 5. Any other, related to project. CteM /: Uvt SptoU JrrivrMf Animal* Exhibitor to bring own cages and security locks. Pnmkm 100,1,75, 130, 135 l.Cats. 2. Cage birds. 3. Canaries. 4. Cavies. 5. Guinea pigs. 6. Hammers. 7. Any other small pet. Department 11-Y Exotic Domestic Animals Premium 5.00, 4.00,3.00,100 Cta** A: Pygmy goat* 1. Junior doe kid 2. Senior doe kid 3. Junior yearling doe 4. Senior yearling dw 5. Junior wether 6. Senior wether 7. Yearling milkers 8. Junior milkers 9. Mature milkers 10.Aged milkers 11. Best doe in show (ribbon only) CteM B: Pygmy goat *how- man*hlp Prtrnkm 3.00, ISO, 100, 130, ' 1. Cloverbud, ages 5-8 using model animal 2. Cloverbud, age* 5-8 3. Exhibitors, agea 9-11 4. Exhibitors, ages 12-14 5. Exhibitors, ages 15 and older CteM C: item* 1. Cloverbud, ages 5-8 with model animal 2. Cloverbud, agea 8-12 3. Exhibitors, ages 13-18 Department 14-Y Plant and Soil Science Op*n to aJ! Plant and So* 8ct- •oc» protect member*, CteM A:Plant and Sott Scfenc* Prsmiun 130,135, 1.00, .75 1. Weed mounts with identification (20 weeds). 2. Soil study display, members 9-11 years old. 3. Soil study display, members 12 years old and over. 4. Display showing different methods of plant propagation. 5. Display on pesticide* or herbicides, safety, effectiveness, dm- •ipation rate. 6. Dmplay: Pesticide vs. organic gardening; »how strengths and wrakn*KM»>nof both. (Continued on Pag* 17)

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