Junior Livestock Shows Rules and Regulations
Total Premiums Offered $23,623
Sarah Reedy 217-840-7873 - Duane Gingerich 217-317-0964
Lyle Dorjahn 217-725-3565 - Tucker Beckmier 217-402-4437
- All entry fees must be paid at the time entries are made. Please refer to each department for its specific
entry information. Total payment must include show entry fees, stall and/or pen fees, and exhibitor ticket
Due Saturday July 9
Due Friday July 7 5pm
Due Saturday July 9
Online entries are encouraged and may be made at www.moultriedouglascountyfair.com. Following online entries being made an invoice will
then be e-mailed to each exhibitor to make payment.
- Every precaution will be taken for the safety of all exhibitor, their livestock and equipment, but NO
RESPONSIBILITY WILL BE ASSUMED BY THE MOULTRIE-DOUGLAS COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIATION in case of accidents.
- All animals must be the property of and owned by exhibitor. The superintendent has the right to check
ownership papers. Registration papers will be checked and are required for all purebred livestock including
gilts, barrows, heifers, steers, ewes, and wethers.
- All exhibitors must meet state livestock health provisions as stated in this book. Health certificates will
be checked and must remain available the duration of the fair.
- Livestock arrival times are noted within each department listing. See Superintendent for penning/stalling
assignments. Superintendents will release animals within departments at the appropriate time.
- Exhibitors must keep livestock, pens, stalls, and aisle in presentable condition during the fair.
- No more than two (2) premiums will be awarded to an exhibitor in any one class.
- Exhibitors are responsible for receiving their premium checks at the conclusion of each show. Checks will
NOT be mailed.
- If cattle are tied outside of barn, all tie-out equipment must be returned and tie-out cleaned before
premium check is issued to exhibitor.
- Manure must be placed in designated areas.
- In care of death of animal, carcass removal is the responsibility of the owner/exhibitor.
- No generators allowed in the barns.
- No dogs allowed in the barns.
- Superintendents have the right to reject entries as space allows. Refer to entry deadlines.