Fair Book Livestock Section

BEEF CATTLE           

Supervisor: Lisa Kay

Assistant Supervisors: Wade Garrett, Jamie Garrett, Andrew McPherson, Matt & Sheila Sherwood, Seth & Misty Wall

Schedule:

Wednesday, August 7

9:30-10:30 a.m. - Market Steer Weigh In and Ultrasound

4:00 p.m. - Junior Fitting and Showmanship

Thursday, August 8

4:00 p.m. - Market Steers

6:00 p.m. - Pee Wee & Adult Showmanship, Open Class Beef Cattle

Friday, August 9

8:00 a.m.  - Round Robin Showmanship

9:30 a.m. - Jr. Livestock Judging Contest

6:00 p.m. - Junior Livestock Auction

Premiums:

Breeding Beef Cattle:  Blue - $10.00, Red - $8.00, White - $6.00

Market and Feeder Steers, Bucket Calves:  Blue - $8.00, Red - $6.00, White - $4.00

Junior Market Steer Carcass Contest Awards

First Place - $250.00, Second Place - $175.00, Third Place - $150.00, Fourth Place - $125.00, Fifth Place - $100.00

GENERAL RULES 

  1. All major trimming and grooming should be done prior to entering.
  2. All washing must be done at the designated washing area.
  3. Exhibitors will keep pens clean throughout the fair and cleaned out by the Monday following the fair, or premium money will be forfeited, and a $25 fee will be assessed.
  4. No straw will be allowed in the barn.
  5. Placement of trimming stands will be under the direction of the beef supervisor.
  6. Pee Wee Showmanship is a class for non 4-H members, 8 and younger.
  7. Judges decision is final.
  8. All animals will remain at the fair until the release time on Saturday unless approved by the department supervisor. Exhibitors must care for the animals until the Saturday release time or will forfeit premium money.

Open Class 

Class 1- Pee Wee Showmanship (Non-Premium Class)

Class 2 - Adult Showmanship (Non-Premium Class)

Class 3 - Heifer calves 6 months or less

Class 4 - Heifer calves 6 to 12 months

Class 5 - Heifers 12 to 24 months

Class 6 - Cows over 24 months

Class 7 - Champion and Reserve Champion Female

Class 8 - Cow-Calf Pairs

Class 9 - Bull calves 6 months or less

Class 10 - Bull calves 6 to 12 months

Class 11 - Bulls 12 to 24 months

Class 12 - Bulls over 24 months

Class 13 - Champion and Reserve Champion Bull

Class 14 - Feeder Steers

Class 15 - Bucket Calves               

MARKET STEER 

GENERAL RULES 

  1. Only steers exhibited and owned by county 4-H and FFA members are eligible for the Junior Market Steer Show, Steer Carcass Contest and Jr. Livestock Auction.
  2. Weight limits will be 1125 lbs. to 1400 lbs. Market steers under 1125 lbs. will be sifted, but can be shown in the feeder steer and showmanship classes.  Steers weighing over 1400 lbs. will be sold at 1400 lbs.
  3. Each exhibitor will be allowed to enter and show up to three animals in the junior market shows, but only two of any one species. Exhibitors will only be allowed to sell one market animal in the Junior Livestock Auction.
  4. To be eligible for the junior steer carcass contest, exhibitors must meet all the requirements as outlined in the contest rules. A complete set of the contest rules is available at the USU Extension Office.
  5. Exhibitors are required to dress neatly at both the show and sale. FFA exhibitors must wear an FFA jacket or white shirt with an official FFA tie. 4-H exhibitors must wear a white shirt that buttons down the front, with a fold over collar with a 4-H emblem attached.
  6. Only Blue or Red Ribbon steers will be allowed in the auction.
  7. It is suggested that all steers be tied up using a halter and neck rope.

FITTING AND SHOWMANSHIP 

  1. All junior market steer exhibitors must participate. Exhibitor must show their own project animal unless cleared by department supervisor.
  2. The animal and exhibitor will be judged.
  3. Buckles will be given to 1st place in each division. 2nd and 3rd will receive equipment.
  4. Individual appearance of exhibitor is important.
  5. The purpose of this event is to help exhibitors develop skills in fitting and showing animals.
  6. Exhibitors will be divided by grade as of October 1, of the previous year. Large classes may be divided into smaller groups.
    1. Seniors: 9th - 12th grade
    2. Intermediates: 6th - 8th grade
    3. Juniors: 3rd - 5th grade
  1. Steers not meeting minimum weight requirements are still eligible to be entered in the Fitting & Showmanship Contest. 

SWINE 

Supervisors: Aaron Stephensen, 660-9585

Assistant Supervisors:  Earl Sutherland, Rhett & Emilee Watkins, Bert & Jami Wright, Casey Smith

Schedule

Wednesday, August 7

7:30 - 8:00 a.m. - Market Hog Weigh-in

Thursday, August 8

8:00 a.m. - Junior Fitting and Showmanship

8:30 a.m. - Market Hogs

9:30 a.m. - Pee Wee & Adult Hog Showmanship

Friday, August 9

8:00 a.m.  - Round Robin Showmanship

9:30 a.m. - Jr. Livestock Judging Contest

6:00 p.m. - Junior Livestock Auction

Premiums:

Market and Feeder Hogs:  Blue - $8.00, Red - $6.00, White - $4.00

GENERAL RULES 

  1. Feeding of hogs and cleaning of pens must be done before 8:00 a.m. and between the hours of 5:00 and 7:00 p.m. Troughs and feed shall be moved from the pen at all other times.
  2. Hogs must be fed away from the alleys and troughs must be kept out of the alleys.
  3. All hogs must be washed with all trimming done before coming to show grounds or be sifted.
  4. Waste manure must be piled outside of the barn.
  5. Exhibitors will keep the pens clean throughout the fair and cleaned out by the Monday following the fair, or premium money will be forfeited, and a $25 fee will be assessed.
  6. No straw will be allowed in the barn.
  7. All animals must be trained to handle properly.
  8. Exhibitors not conforming to these rules and to the directions of committee shall forfeit prize money and their stock shall be removed from the barn.
  9. Pee Wee Showmanship is a class for non 4-H members, 8 and younger.
    1. Judges decision is final.
    2. All animals will remain at the fair until the release time on Saturday unless approved by the department supervisor. Exhibitors must care for the animals until the Saturday release time or will forfeit premium money.

Market Hogs 

  1. Only hogs exhibited and owned by county 4-H and FFA members are eligible for the Junior Market Hog Show and Junior Livestock Auction.
  2. Weight limits will be 230-290 lbs., markets hogs under 230 lbs. will be sifted but can be shown in the feeder hog and showmanship classes. Hogs weighing over 290 lbs. will be sold at 290 lbs.
  3. Only Blue and Red ribbon hogs will be allowed to sell in the auction.
  4. Each exhibitor will be allowed to enter and show up to three animals in the junior market shows, but only two of any one species. Exhibitors will only be allowed to sell one market animal in the Junior Livestock Auction.
  5. Exhibitors are required to dress neatly at both the show and sale. FFA exhibitors must wear an FFA jacket or white shirt with an official FFA tie. 4-H exhibitors must wear a white shirt that buttons down the front, with a fold over collar with a 4-H emblem attached.
  6. It is suggested that all market hogs entering the show be sent directly to the processing plant at the end of the fair.                                                                               

FITTING AND SHOWMANSHIP 

  1. All junior market hog exhibitors must participate. Exhibitor must show their own project animal unless cleared by department supervisor.
  2. The animal and exhibitor will be judged.
  3. Buckles will be given to 1st place in each division. 2nd and 3rd will receive equipment.
  4. Individual appearance of exhibitor is important.
  5. The purpose of this event is to help exhibitors develop skills in fitting and showing animals.
  6. Exhibitors will be divided by grade as of October 1, of the previous year.
    1. Seniors: 9th - 12th grade
    2. Intermediates: 6th - 8th grade
    3. Juniors: 3rd - 5th grade
  1. Hogs not meeting minimum weight requirements are still eligible to be entered in the Fitting and Showmanship Contest. 

SHEEP 

Supervisor: Chad Poulsen, 801-319-1696

Assistant Supervisors: David Jones, Richard and Donni Pay, Hank Peay, Shane Jackson, George Phillips, Stephanie Rosquist, Tom Goble

Schedule

Wednesday, August 7

8:30 – 9:30 a.m. - Market Lamb and Open Class Weigh-in

2:00 p.m. - Open Class Breeding Sheep

Thursday, August 8

11:30 a.m. - Junior Fitting and Showmanship

12:00 noon - Market Lambs

2:00 p.m. - Pee Wee & Adult Showmanship

Friday, August 9

8:00 a.m.  - Round Robin Showmanship

9:30 a.m. - Jr. Livestock Judging Contest

6:00 p.m. - Junior Livestock Auction

Premiums:

Breeding Sheep:  Blue - $10.00, Red - $8.00, White - $6.00

Market and Feeder Lambs, Bucket Lambs: Blue - $8.00, Red - $6.00, White - $4.00

GENERAL RULES 

  1. All sheep must be trimmed and in show condition.
  2. All major trimming and grooming should be done prior to entering.
  3. All washing must be done at the designated washing areas.
  4. Exhibitors will keep the pens clean through the fair and cleaned out by the Monday following the fair, or premium money will be forfeited and a $25 fee will be assessed.
  5. No straw will be allowed in the barn.
  6. Placement of trimming stands will be under the direction of the sheep supervisor.
  7. Pee Wee Showmanship is a class for non 4-H members, 8 and younger.
  8. Judges decision is final.
  9. All animals will remain at the fair until the release time on Saturday unless approved by the department supervisor. Exhibitors must care for the animals until the Saturday release time or will forfeit premium money.

BREEDING SHEEP

  1. All recognized breeds will be judged. Exhibitor must designate the breed at time of entry, no papers required.
  2. All breeding sheep must be trimmed and in show condition.
  3. Mutton breeds must be washed.
  4. Breeding sheep for the Open classes must be checking with the market sheep on Wednesday morning.

OPEN CLASS 

Class 1- Pee Wee Showmanship (Non-Premium Class)

Class 2- Adult Showmanship (Non-Premium Class)

Class 3- Bucket and Feeder Lambs

Class 4- Ewe Lamb under 1 year

Class 5 - Yearling Ewe under 2 years

Class 6 - Champion and Reserve Champion Ewes

Class 7 - Ram Lamb under 1 year

Class 8 - Yearling Ram under 2 years

Class 9 - Champion and Reserve Champion Rams

Class 10    Breeders Flock: 1 ewe lamb, 1 yearling ewe, 1 ram under 2 years

MARKET LAMBS 

  1. Only lambs exhibited and owned by county 4-H and FFA members are eligible for the Junior Market Lamb Show and Junior Livestock Auction.
  2. Weight limits will be 110-145 pounds. Market lambs under 110 lbs. will be sifted, but can be shown in the feeder lamb and showmanship classes. Lambs weighing over 145 lbs. will be sold at 145 lbs.
  3. Lambs cannot be shown in both market and breeding classes.
  4. Each exhibitor will be allowed to enter and show up to three animals in the junior market shows, but only two of any one species. Exhibitors will only be allowed to sell one market animal in the Junior Livestock Auction.
  5. Only Blue and Red ribbon lambs will be allowed to sell in the auction.
  6. Lambs will be shown slick shorn. They must have been completely tight shorn within two weeks of the show and prior to weigh-in with no more than one-quarter inch wool.
  7. Exhibitors are required to dress neatly at both the show and sale. FFA exhibitors must wear an FFA jacket or white shirt with an official FFA tie. 4-H exhibitors must wear a white shirt that buttons down the front, with a fold over collar with a 4-H emblem attached.
  8. All market ewe lambs must have a scrapies tag in their ear before coming to the fair or be sifted.

FITTING AND SHOWMANSHIP 

  1. All junior market lamb exhibitors must participate. Exhibitor must show their own project animal unless cleared by department supervisor.
  2. The animal and exhibitors will be judged.
  3. Buckles will be given to 1st place in each division. 2nd and 3rd will receive equipment.
  4. Individual appearance of exhibitor is important.
  5. The purpose of this event is to help exhibitors develop skills in fitting and showing animals.
  6. Exhibitors will be divided by grade as of October 1, of the previous year.
    1. Seniors: 9th - 12th grade
    2. Intermediates: 6th - 8th grade
    3. Juniors: 3rd - 5th grade
  1. Lambs not meeting minimum weight requirements are still eligible to be entered in the Fitting and Showmanship Contest. 

ROUND ROBIN SHOWMANSHIP CONTEST 

Supervisor:  Jon Burton

Assistant Supervisors:  Mt. Nebo FFA Chapter 

Friday, August 9, 8:00 a.m.

 General Rules

  1. The top two Junior, Intermediate, and Senior Showmanship winners from the Beef, Sheep, and Swine Departments are eligible to show in the round Robin Contest
  2. Each exhibitor will show his/her own animal in the contest. After each has been judged showing their own animal, exhibitors will rotate to the next species, and continue until each of the 18 exhibitors has been judged with each species.
  3. Contestants will be judged on a system which awards points for ability and knowledge. Buckles will be presented to the overall winner of each age group 

LIVESTOCK JUDGING CONTEST 

Supervisor:  Jon Burton

Assistant Supervisors:  Mt. Nebo FFA Chapter 

Friday, August 9, 9:30 a.m. 

Rules for Judging Contest

  1. All 4-H, FFA, and other interested parties are invited to participate. Classes of beef, swine, and sheep will be judged.
  2. Participants judge as individuals.
  3. A buckle will be presented to the high individual. 

 LIVESTOCK PEN AWARD $25.00

  1. The purpose of this contest is to give livestock exhibitors a chance to promote their livestock.
  2. The pens can be done individually, as a family, or club.
  3. Exhibitors entering beef, sheep, goats, swine, or horses are eligible for this award.
  4. The award will be based on care of animals, cleanliness of pen, and presentation of the pen.
  5. The pens will be evaluated throughout the fair. 

JUAB COUNTY FAIR JUNIOR LIVESTOCK AUCTION

Friday August 9, 6:00 pm 

  1. Entries open only to resident FFA and 4-H members of Juab County. Participants must be residents of Juab County at the time of the first weigh-in and tagging date. To be eligible for the auction, exhibitor must be enrolled at the Extension office before the individual species tagging date.
  2. Exhibitors must be in the third grade but not less than 8 years of age as of October 1, of the previous year. Exhibitors can only show through the same season as their high school graduation but not past their 19th birthday.
  3. All market livestock exhibitors must show and sell their own animals unless excused for reasons deemed acceptable by the department supervisor.
  4. Exhibitors are required to dress neatly at both the show and sale. FFA exhibitors must wear an FFA jacket or white shirt with an official FFA tie. 4-H exhibitors must wear a white shirt that buttons down the front, with a fold over collar with a 4-H emblem attached. Exhibitors not adhering to this rule will not be allowed to show or sell their animal.
  5. All 4-H and FFA market steer, lamb, or hog exhibitors will be required to turn in an updated record book, prior to receiving their sale check. These books need to follow the guidelines set by the 4-H office or the FFA department.
  6. Any member who has not completed the 4-H portfolio or FFA record book, and picked up their check by December 31, of that year, will have the booster money donated to the auction account and will only receive the money for the actual market value of the animal.
  7. Each exhibitor will only be allowed to sell one animal through the Junior Livestock Auction. Members exhibiting more than one market animal at the fair will need to complete and sign the master declaration form no later than 1 hour after the selection of the Grand Champion Steer.  If this master form is not signed, the exhibitor’s highest placing animal will be sold in the auction.
  8. In the event that an exhibitor receives more than one Champion or Reserve, they must decide which champion to sell in the auction and which one to take home.
  9. All market animals must have been weighed, tagged, & ownership declared at first weigh in, the exhibitor will own, feed and care for their animals for not less than 100 consecutive days for steers, 90 consecutive days for hogs and 60 consecutive days for lambs immediately prior to the fair. Animals must be fed and kept in Juab County from the weigh in date until the fair. Any market animal leaving the county for more than three consecutive days during the ownership period must have it cleared through the department supervisor or Extension Office.
  10. All market animals will only be weighed once. Animals not making weight will be sifted.
  11. A shrink on lambs, pigs, or steers may be assessed by management where there is indication that the animals have been over filled.
  12. Carcass steer contest rules are available at the USU Extension Office.
  13. Weight limit for steers will be 1125 lbs. to 1400 lbs. Steers weighing over 1400 lbs. will be sold at 1400 lbs. Weight limit for lambs will be 110-145 lbs. Lambs weighing over 145 will be sold at 145 lbs. Weight limit for hogs will be 230-290. Hogs weighing over 290 will be sold at 290 lbs. Only blue and red ribbon market steers, lambs, and hogs are eligible for the sale.
  14. Exhibitors will be required to care for their animals until they are released Saturday night or they will forfeit their premium money.
  15. The sales committee, auctioneer, and staff of the fair accept no liability for injury or death of sale animals. Animals are the responsibility of the exhibitor until packer or individual accepts delivery. Packers or individual sale buyers have the right to refuse a sick or injured animal at time of loading and ownership of the animal reverts to the exhibitor.
  16. All market steers must be under 30 months of age to be eligible for the Junior Livestock Auction and Carcass Contest.
  17. It is suggested that all market hogs entering the show be sent directly to the processing plant at the end of the fair.

A SPECIAL THANKS TO THE JUNIOR LIVESTOCK AUCTION SPONSORS 

What is a Junior Livestock Auction sponsor? A sponsor is someone who sees more than kids and animals at the fair. A sponsor also sees hard work, responsibility, goal setting, determination, and success on display. A sponsor knows that a steer, lamb, or hog can teach lessons that can't be learned in any other way, and believes that those lessons are worth learning. For many years, 4-H and FFA livestock members have relied on generous sponsors for support. We invite all Junior Livestock Auction sponsors, past and present, to join us at the auction.  As you sit in the bleachers, take a look around. You'll notice that yesterday's exhibitors are today's parents, leaders, and sponsors. Thanks for believing in our youth. Your support is paying off.

The 4-H and FFA livestock members would like to extend a special thanks to businesses, families, and individuals who purchased animals and provided awards and support in 2018.

Platinum

Bar W. Angus Cattle Co.

Bart Jackson Construction

Carson, Jim & Jamie

Central Valley Medical Center

Jenson, Jim & McKell

McPherson Farms

Nephi Western Credit Union

Nielson, Robert & Charlene

Richens, Ken & Darlene

Schoonover Plumbing & Heating

Stoddard, Mark & LeAnn

Wall Contractors

Gold

Ash Grove Cement

Azomite

Cedar Ridge Dairy

Codale Electric

Coombs, Doyle & Ann

doTERRA

Eyre, Donald J.

Fowkes Trucking

Houweling Nurseries

IFA South Region Feed - Ron King

IFA South Region Feed - Wayne Brinkerhoff

Intermountain Power Service Corporation

Jarrett, Reid & Vicki

Jones, Dr. Marc & Amber

Jones, Evan & Debbie

Juab Title

Kay, Rick & Lucinda

Lazy 8 Land & Livestock

Mark Bundy Trucking

Mountain Country Equipment

Nebo Express Trucking

Nebo Leavitt Insurance Kevin Ockey

Nephi City Power

Owens Corning

Palfreyman, Clay & Pam

Park N Pump

Red Cliffs Assisted Living

Rosenbeck, Dr. James & Family

Smith, Greg

State Farm Insurance Agent Jordan Johnson

Stotz Equipment

Summit Line Construction

Ute Stampede Committee

Western Ag Credit

Young, Gordon & Karen

Silver

Allred, Dusty & Hailey

Burton Livestock

Butler Excavation

Cache Valley Bank

CAL Ranch

Central Valley Physical Therapy

Chilly's Chevron & Arbys

Choice Hardware / IFA

Cutting Edge Concepts

D & L Design & Construction

Garrett. Blake & Susan

Hall's Hammer Time Construction

HRB Plumbing

Jarrett, Brandon & Crystal

Little Caesars Pizza

May Automotive

McPherson, Kelton & Melanie

Mountainland Supply

Oliver Brothers Herefords

Rocky Mountain Sprayers

Sunrise Engineering

Times News

UCCU

Wankier, Bart & Laree

West Winds Water Well

Woodland, Byron & Susan

Bronze

20 Bar Ranch & Hatchery

4 Mile Hunting Club

4D Plumbing

A1 Quality Towing

Advanced Family Eye Care

American West Realty

Anderson Distributing

Anderson Farms

Anderson Goff Mortuary

Anderson, Alan

Apple Academy

Arrowhead Vet Clinic

Ballow, Cory & Kori

Banks, Jeff & Patty

Baxter, Rachelle & Pat

Beal, Joy & Bruce

Benson Trucking

Benson, Andy

Besendorfer, Dr. James & Lila

Blackett Angus

Blackett, Marlow & Marge

Blankenagel, Jeffrey & McKenzie

Border States Electric

Bosh, Brian & Meagan

Boutique on Main and Flower Shop

The Bow Shop

Brents Auto Repair

Built to Bounce

C&T Drage Trucking

Carter, Clay

CC Smith Electric, Inc.

Central Utah Radiology

Central Valley Pharmacy

CIS Professional Land Surveying

Coombs, Kelly & Jamie

CR Doors

Craguns Automotive & Performance

Custom Signworks

Dale T. Smith & Sons

Daniels Livestock

Dansie, Jeff & Natasha

Desert Stream Industries

Dubinsky, Connie

Dust N Rose Decor

Duval, Dr. Gordon & Family

Eastridge Construction

Economy Floors

Freeway Propane

Gardner, Dennis & Kara

Garlick, Jeremy

Garrett, Devin & Megan

Garrett, Jason & Liesl

Garrett, Shelby

Garrett, Tyson & Jamie

Garrett, Wade & Mandi

Garrett. Travis & Taunya

Genetic Alliance

Goble, Tom

Graham, Brandon & Molli

Green, Jon & Jill

Peel, Emalie

Petersen, Dr. Douglas & Fran

Petersen, Dr. Scott & Eve

Peterson, Michael & Rosalie

Phillips, George & JudyAnn

Phillips, Jim & Shurron

Poff, Dr. Emily

 Gurr, Brett

Horse Power Fleet Leasing

Howard, Darin & Kim

IFA Delta

Ingram, Jack & Colleen

Jackson, Jade & Family

Jackson, Shane & Kendra

Jarrett, Dustin & Ashlee

Jay Mecham's Country Garbage

Jenson Land & Livestock

Jones & DeMille Engineering

Jones, David, Maurie, & Family

JP Landscaping

Juab County Demolition Derby

Juab County Extreme Racing

Juab County Fair

Juab County Farm Bureau

Kay Electric

Kay, Allan & Terry

Kay, Brayden & Bailie

Kay, Drew & Charlotte

Kay, Terry & Cheryl

Kay, Wallace & Gaye

Kenison Farms & Feedlot

Kenison, Alan & Sheree

Kenny Palmer Landscaping

Knutsen, David & Marsha

Kummer, Kent & Tracy

L&M Construction and Excavating

LEI Engineering

Leland Milling Company

Levan Ridge Farms

Lisa's Dance Shoppe

Lotsa Motsa Pizza

McPherson, Andrew & Jo

McPherson, Roy & Barbara

McPherson, Seth & Stephanie

Midstate Consultants

Mona City

Mt. Nebo Anesthesia Associates

NAPA of Nephi

Nebo Dance Academy

Nephi Nebo Posse

Newton, Wyatt & Nikki

Nielson, Brandon

Nielson, Lex & Elisa

Okelberry Livestock

Painter Motor Company

Painter, Clinton

Palmer, Marty & Kandas

Park, Kaydon & Kalee

Pay, Larry & Christina

Pay, Richard & Donni

Peay, Hank & Jennifer

Poulsen Club Lambs

Poulsen, Chad & Heather

Poulsen, Martin & Donna

Priority Homes

Rasmussen, Dr. Grant

Releve Dance Studio

Rep. Derrin R. Owens

Revoir Farm & Livestock

Revoir, Jake & Rivers

Revoir, Randy & Terese

RMWT

Rosquist, Jory & Stephanie

Sahara Motors

Shadow Mountain Cattle

Shane Monroe Seed

Shepherd, Shawn & Jessica

Sherwood, Matt & Sheila

Sinclair Service & Car Wash

Skinner, Dr. Reed

Smalley Livestock

Smith Cabinet

Smith, Casey & Trisha

Smith, Doug & Debbie

Smith, Gary & Linda

Spencer, Kent

Springville Meats

Staci Stephensen Coding

Steele Towing & Recovery

Stephensen, Aaron & Staci

Stephensen, Jim & Nellie

Steve Regan Co.

Sunset Rail, Inc.

Synergy Physical Therapy

Tara Wall Real Estate

Taurus Plumbing & Excavating, Inc.

Taylor, Brady & Amy

Taylor, Dr. Jerald & Heather

Thalman, Jake & Chandra

Thalman, Ron & LouAnn

The Green Gypsy

Thomas, Chad

Thompson, John & Brenda

Triple P Brand

Tyson's Tools

Utah Foam Products

Val Jones Construction

Walker, Shane & Kristie

Wall, Kris

Wall, Norm & Ann

Wall, Seth & Misty

Wankier, Rod, Marci, & Kash

Watkins, Rhett & Emilee

Wave Electric

Western Ag Industries

White, Justin & Kecia

Whiting, Claudia

Woodland, Dan & Lisa

Woolsey, Lee

Wright, Bert & Jami

Wyoming Saddle & Cowboy Crafts of Mona

Yama, Nick & Lacey

4-H HORSE 

Club Leaders: Deb Ingram – President, Mavanie Ariza – Vice President, Brenda Thompson – Secretary.  Committee Members: Mechell Alder, Jen Housley, Judy Jensen, Sharon Michael, Jessica Shepherd, Marni Shepherd, Amy Stanley, Julie Sutherland, Marci Wankier, Rod Wankier, Ben Winn, Jerilyn Winn.

Schedule

Tuesday, August 6

9:00-9:30 am.  4-H Horse Show:  Registration & Written Test

9:30 am. -  Judged & Timed Events

4-H Classes - Juniors (3rd-5th grades) Intermediates (6th-8th grades) Seniors (9th-12th grades).

Events:  Written Test, Showmanship at Halter (Premium Class), Western Horsemanship, Ranch Riding, Poles, Barrels, and Keyhole.

Premiums:

Blue - $8.00, Red - $6.00, White - $4.00 

4-H DOG

 Schedule

Tuesday, August 6

4:00 pm – 7:00 pm.  Dog Show

Events: Written Test, Showmanship, Obedience, Rally and Agility.

Premium:  Blue - $6.00, Red - $4.00, White - $2.00