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Livestock. home economics. general projects. natural projects.

Registration details for the 2021 Southeast Weld County Jr Fair & Rodeo will be shared soon.

There is no rabbit show this year to due to RHVD2.

2021 market livestock sale

Sales Nomination Cards

Sale nomination cards must be submitted to the Weld County Junior Livestock Sale Committee nomination table within 1 hour of the selection of the Grand Champion market animal for each species.

One Card Per Exhibitor

Only one sale nomination card may be turned in per exhibitor, including multi-species exhibitors.

Card Exchanges

Multi-species exhibitors will be permitted to exchange their previously submitted sale nomination card for a different species animal during the 1-hour nomination period for the species they are substituting.

  • The replacement nomination card must be marked “Substitution” at the time of submission
  • The originally submitted sale nomination card will be removed

1-Hour Window

No sale nomination cards will be accepted beyond the 1-hour nomination period for each species.

general rules & regulations

Show Eligibility

Exhibitors must be bonafide members of a Colorado 4-H Club or Vocational Agriculture Program. Members who are 8 years-of-age and have not reached their 19th birthday prior to January 1st of the current year are eligible to compete.

A member considered to be in good standing must pay state dues, attend a majority of the club meetings, complete a project, present a demonstration to the club, participate in club-sponsored events and perform community service.

A current and up-to-date record book is required and must be presented when entering all projects, with the exception of livestock. All livestock exhibitors must complete interview judging in their county prior to the fair.

general rules & regulations

Livestock Market Show & Sale Eligibility

The Southeast Weld County Livestock Sale is a terminal sale. Animals eligible for the market show and sale must be owned by a 4-H or FFA member residing in or physically attending the RE-3J school district.

All exhibitors must live in the District or physically attend Re-3J schools from tagging and/or weigh-in date until the day of Fair in order to be eligible for the sale.

Exhibitors may tag up to 3 market animals per species, but only 2 can be weighed and shown. The livestock sale is limited to the following number of animals of each species as follows:

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Lambs
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Beef
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Swine
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Goats
general rules & regulations

One Animal Sold Per Exhibitor

As a rule, there will be only one animal sold per exhibitor. All Grand and Reserve Champions must sell unless one of the following exceptions occur: 

  • In the event that one exhibitor is awarded Grand Champion in more than one market species, that exhibitor shall be required to select which species he/she will sell.
  • If a single exhibitor is awarded a Grand Champion and Reserve Champion within the same market class or across all market classes, the Grand Champion animal is required to sell.
  • Should an exhibitor be awarded a Reserve Champion in more than one market species, that exhibitor shall be required to select which species he/she will sell.
general rules & regulations

Livestock Sale Participation

In order to be eligible to participate in the livestock sale, the exhibitor must have completed the market project in the species that the exhibitor sold the previous year.

Sellers must provide proof of successful completion of the Quality Meat Assurance Program (if their county requires it) and attend a livestock record book interview through the CSU Extension Office. Sellers must have a premise ID number.

Sale eligibility will be determined after the show and exhibitors have declared which animal they intend to sell. A sale card must be turned into the fair office within 1 hour of the selection of the Grand Champion market animal for each species. Animals will be sifted on a percentage basis by class within each species. Any questions need to be addressed to the respective species superintendents.

New! shavings will be available for purchase from the fair board

Bedding & Pen Cleaning

Exhibitors are responsible for providing bedding for their livestock during the Southeast Weld County Jr Fair & Rodeo. Exhibitors who do not clean their pens at checkout will be fined $100.

general rules & regulations

Additional Guidelines

Livestock must be shown by the individual exhibitor who registered the animal unless there is prior approval from the superintendent in charge. A fellow Southeast Weld County Jr Fair exhibitor may be a substitute if there is a conflict. Failure to appear when your class is called will not justify a class recall.

All livestock exhibitors will groom and fit their own livestock projects. You may receive assistance from 4H or FFA members or immediate family members if needed.

Due to state and county social distancing guidelines, livestock exhibits must check in and check out on the day they exhibit. Please see the 2020 Fair Schedule for check-in/weigh-in times for each species.

Any exhibitors checking in or checking out with their livestock ahead of schedule without permission from their respective superintendent will forfeit their prize money.

special notice

Grounds for Disqualification

All animals are subject to inspection by a veterinarian at weigh-in. Any prize monies won by an animal will be withheld if the animal shows the effects of tranquilization or alteration while at the Southeast Weld County Jr Fair and violators will be disqualified. It is against federal regulation to sell an animal for slaughter before the approved withdrawal period for a drug. Any animal can be tested at the fair board’s discretion. The fair board reserves the right to disqualify any unruly animal. The fair board’s decision on all disqualifications is final.

Tranqulizers

The use of tranquilizers is not allowed on any livestock being exhibited at the Southeast Weld County Jr Fair.

Artificial Stimulants

The use of artificial stimulants is not allowed to be administered on the fairgrounds without a veterinarian present.

Unethical Practices

The use of unethical livestock practices to enhance the appearance of any species is not allowed. No drenching or pumping of any species is allowed unless administered by a veterinarian.

Unruly Animals

Unruly animals that are harming, or could potentially harm, exhibitors, attendees, or other livestock will not be allowed.

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