General Rules

Exhibitors must be five years-old through high school seniors and must be a resident or attend/attended a school in one of the following counties: Adair, Cherokee, Craig, Creek, Delaware, Mayes, McIntosh, Muskogee, Nowata, Okfuskee, Okmulgee, Osage, Ottawa, Pawnee, Rogers, Sequoyah, Tulsa, Wagoner, and Washington to be eligible to show.

No early arrivals, see Schedule of Events under the "Schedule" tab. 

We are not responsible for lost or stolen property, accidents, or injuries.

There will be four divisions of showmanship in each species. Divisions are as followed: Senior (16 years-old and older), Intermediate (13-15 year-olds), Junior (9-12 year-olds), and Peewee (5-8 year-olds). Age as of day of show. There will be one showmanship competition per species. Heats will be determined as necessary. Showmanship entries are due at the time of the official weigh-in/ check-in each morning; $5 per showman. The Champion Showman of each division will be awarded a plaque and all cash money entries for their division and the Reserve Champion Showman of each division will be awarded a plaque. 

Cost of entry is $25 per head. Pre entries must be post marked by January 18, 2022. Late entries will be accepted the day of the show for $30 per head.

A $20 fee will be applied to all returned checks.

There will be no refund of payments.

Absolutely no protests.

There must be five animals to make a breed. If a breed is not represented by five or more animals, they must show as cross or AOB, as determined by show officials. The breed of each market animal is to be determined by the exhibitor; there is no official classification. 

Swine

Pens will be available on a first come, first serve basis. 

All swine must have an official health certificate or pseudorabies test chart, with pseudorabies negative results.

Market Swine will show by breed and weight, as determined by exhibitor weight cards. There is no minimum or maximum weight limit. Exhibitors are responsible for weighing and turning in weight cards by 9:00 am. Swine must weigh within ten pounds of their specified weight during their prospective class.

The Market Swine Show is open to barrows and gilts.

Sheep

Pens will be available on a first come, first serve basis. 

Market Lambs will show by weight, as determined at the time of the official weigh-in. There is no minimum or maximum weight limit.

The Market Lamb Show is open to wethers and ewes.

Goats

Pens will be available on a first come, first serve basis. 

Breeding Does and Market Goats will show by weight, as determined at the time of the official weigh-in. There is no minimum or maximum weight limit.

Does are welcome to show in the Market Goat Show. 

Cattle

Breeding heifers will show by breed and age, as indicated on registration papers or bill of sale. Shorthorn and Shorthorn Plus, Limousine and Lim Flex, Horned Herefords and Polled Herefords, Maine and Maintainer, etcetera will show as one respected breed. 

Market Steers (steers weighing 1,000 or more pounds) will show by weight only (no specific breed drives), as determined at the time of the official weigh-in. There is no maximum weight limit.  

Prospect Steers (steers weighing 999 or less pounds) will show by weight only (no specific breed drives), as determined at the time of the official weigh-in. There is no minimum weight limit.  

The cattle shows are blow and show only, no full fit.

Adult Showmanship

Entry is $10 and cards can be purchased throughout the day of each show, Champion per species takes half of the pot and a banner.

Adult exhibitors are not required to live within district parameters.

 

Exhibitors must be nineteen years-old and older.

Animals exhibited must be entered and shown at the 2022 Northeast District Livestock Show.   

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