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06/11/2021

BREEDING DOE SHOW RULES:

Nomination Deadline: July 1
Entry Deadline: August 27
May Begin Arrival: Thursday, October 7, 8 am
In Place By: Thursday, October 7, 6 pm
Weights Due: Weights due on Thursday, October 7, 6 pm online Showmanship: Friday, October 9, 8 am in the Ranger Arena
Judging: Friday, October 8, 10 am in the Ranger Arena
Released: Friday, October 8, at the conclusion of show.

DIVISION RULES

1. Read General Rules: All exhibitors and participants are required to read and comply with the General Rules and
Regulations, Show Ring Code of Ethics, Animal Health Regulations, and the Division Rules.

2. Nominations: Doe Goats showing at the Tulsa State Fair must have nomination information submitted online and mail DNA sample to the Tulsa State Fair office postmarked by July 1, 2021. For junior nomination and entry procedure,
please refer to Junior General Rules and Regulations and the Nomination page on the Tulsa State Fair website.

3. Pens: Pens will be pre assigned prior to arrival.

4. Ear Tags: All does entered will be issued an ear tag at the show and must have the ear tag properly in the ear when
entering the show ring.

5. Ownership: Exhibitor must have owned, cared for and fed does daily before July 1.

6. Scrapie Tag or Tattoo: A scrapie tag or tattoo will be required on all breeding does at the time of the show.

7. Teeth: All doe kids may have lost their milk teeth at the time of the show; however, the two permanent incisors must
not have broken the gum line.

8. Weight: Minimum weight requirement for breeding does is 40 pounds. There is no official weigh-in of breeding does.

9. Weigh Back: Upon the completion of each class, the Superintendents will weigh a minimum of the top 5 does. Any doe
which has gained more than 5 pounds from the weight on the weigh card will be disqualified.

10. Class Breaks: Every effort will be made not to put more than 40 head in each class.

11. Show Limit: Exhibitors may show a maximum of 3 Breeding Does.

12. Bracing: Bracing of animals will not be tolerated and will result in dismissal by the judge or superintendent. The animals
must have all four feet on the ground. Animals must be shown with a collar used only to control the animal. Exhibitor can only briefly touch the animal with his body. Exhibitor cannot use the collar to make the animal tense his muscles. Any violation will result in dismissal.

13. Shearing: Length of hair is left up to the discretion of the exhibitor.

14. Grooming: Animals are to be shown in natural conformation and color. No false hair or alteration to animal which
includes attachment of hair substances such as twin, fiber, fake hair, etc. No artificial coloring, paint, or powder.

15. Grooming Stands: Grooming stand permits may be purchased for $10 at the time of entry or in the Livestock Office. For safety purposes, grooming stands will not be allowed in any walking area or aisles. All grooming stands will be issued an official identification tag, which must be displayed on the grooming stand. Space will not be guaranteed for
grooming stands.

16. Horns: Dehorning of goats in this show is not suggested; however horns should be tipped and rounded. Goats with
horns sharper than deemed safe by Superintendent or Fair staff will be required to be tipped and rounded or isolated
and not shown.

06/11/2021

MARKET WETHER GOATS RULES:

DIVISON RULES

1. Read General Rules: All exhibitors and participants are required to read and comply with the General Rules and
Regulations, Show Ring Code of Ethics, Animal Health Regulations, and the Division Rules.

2. Unauthorized Animals: Goats not entered in the Junior Meat Goat Show will not be allowed on the grounds.

3. Ownership: Exhibitor must have owned, cared for and fed daily wethers before July 1.

4. Nominations: Wether Goats showing at the Tulsa State Fair must have nomination information submitted online and
mail DNA sample to the Tulsa State Fair office postmarked by July 1, 2021. For junior market animal nomination and entry procedure, please refer to Junior General Rules and Regulations and the Nomination page on the Tulsa State Fair website.

5. Ear Tags: All meat goats will be issued an ear tag at nomination time and must have the ear tag properly in the ear when entering the show ring.

6. Stalling: Pens will be assigned by the designated superintendent by County. No pens will be built outside of the Barn. Due to space availability, there will be no tack stalls.

7. Clipping: Wethers must be clipped to a maximum of 3/8” remaining hair length. All clipping must be done before arrival. There will be no clipping of wethers after arrival at the Fair. This must be done prior to coming on the Fairgrounds. Cordless clippers will be permitted for grooming purposes only. All body body clipping must be done before arrival.

8. Grooming: Animals are to be shown in natural conformation and color. No false hair or alteration to animal which includes attachment of hair substances such as twin, fiber, fake hair, etc. No artificial coloring, paint, or powder.

9. Grooming Stands: Grooming stand permits may be purchased for $10 at the time of entry or in the Livestock Office. For safety purposes, grooming stands will not be allowed in any walking area or aisles. All grooming stands will be issued an official identification tag, which must be displayed on the grooming stand. Space will not be guaranteed for grooming stands.

10. Weight: Wether goats must weigh a minimum of 45 lbs.

11. Weigh Back: The Superintendents will weigh a minimum of the top 5 wethers. Any wether which has gained more than
5lbs. from the weight on the weigh card will be disqualified.

12. Class Breaks: Every effort will be made not to put more than 40 head in each class.

13. Show Limit: Exhibitors may show a maximum of 3 Wethers.

14. Bracing: Wether Goats will be allowed to brace.

15. Horns: Horns should be tipped and rounded.

16. Selection of Night of Champions Premium Sale: The number of goats that qualify will be based on the total number
of goats entered in the show. The order for wether meat goats will be Grand Champion, Reserve Grand Champion, Division Champions, Reserve Division Champions, as placed by the judge. Remaining order will be selected by the judge. The number of wethers selected by the judge in each division for the premium sale will be on a percentage basis of the total number shown.

06/11/2021

JUNIOR MARKET LAMBS RULES:

Nomination Deadline: July 1, 2021
Entry Deadline: August 27, 2021
May Begin Arrival: Monday, October 4, 8 am
Weights Due: Monday, October 4, 6 pm online
In Place By: Monday, October 4, 10 pm

Showmanship: Monday, October 4, 6 pm

Check In: Tuesday, October 5 at 8am Online

Classification: Tuesday, October 5, starting at 9 am in the following order: Southdown, Shropshire, Dorset, White Face Cross, Hair Sheep, Hampshire, Suffolk, Natural Colored, Crossbred

Judging: Tuesday, October 5, 1 pm in the Ranger Arena.
Show Order: Southdown, Shropshire, Dorset, White Face Cross, Hair Sheep, Hampshire

Judging: Wednesday, October 6, 8 am in the Ranger Arena.

Show Order: Suffolk, Natural Colored, Crossbred Released:

Must be out of pens by 8 pm Wednesday, October 6.

DIVISION RULES
1. Read General Rules: All exhibitors and participants are required to read and comply with the General Rules and
Regulations, Show Ring Code of Ethics, Animal Health Regulations, and the Division Rules.

2. Nominations: Wether Lambs showing at the Tulsa State Fair must have nomination information submitted online and mail DNA sample to the Tulsa State Fair office postmarked by July 1, 2021. For junior market animal nomination and entry procedure, please refer to Junior General Rules and Regulations and the Nomination page on the Tulsa State
Fair website.

3. Classification: All Junior Wether Market Lambs will be mouthed and classified by the classification committee made
up of three classifiers appointed by Show Management. If a lamb does not meet breed classification, it will move to the appropriate division by the classification committee. The judgment of the classification committee is final and not subject to protest.

4. Shearing: Prior to classification, all wethers must be slick shorn to the skin. No flank, fore arm, or twist wool. No spot shearing.

5. Weights: All weights must be submitted online by 6 pm on Monday, October 4.

6. Show Limit: An exhibitor may show a total of three (3) wethers. (No ewes will be permitted in the Market Show)

7. Ownership: Exhibitor must have owned, cared for and fed daily the wethers from date of nomination.

8. Teeth: All wethers must have lamb’s teeth with no visible signs of permanent teeth.

9. Ear Tags: All market wethers entered will be issued an ear tag during nominations and must have the ear tag properly
in the ear when entering the show ring.

10. Weight: Minimum weight limit is 85 lbs. There is no maximum weight limit.
a. There will be no official weigh-in of wethers
b. Unofficial scales in the Super Duty Barn will be available for weighing daily from 7 am to 11 pm. Scales will be
calibrated by show officials daily. Weighing on the official scales in the show ring will not be permitted.

11. Weigh Back: Upon completion of each class, the Superintendents will weigh a minimum of the top five (5) wethers. Any wether which has gained more than 5 pounds from the weight listed on the official weight card will be disqualified.

12. Grooming Stands: Grooming stand permits may be purchased for $10 at the time of entry or in the Livestock Office. For safety purposes, grooming stands will not be allowed in any walking area or aisles. All grooming stands will be issued an official identification tag, which must be displayed on the grooming stand. Space will not be guaranteed for
grooming stands.

13. Grooming Equipment: Cordless clippers will be permitted for grooming purposes only. No clippers requiring an
electrical outlet are permitted.

14. Grooming: Animals are to be shown in natural conformation and color. Artificial coloring, paint, or powder will not be
permitted for use on wethers during the entire show.

15. Muzzles: Soft muzzles are permitted in the stalls only. Soft muzzles must be removed from lamb any time they are
taken from their stall for any reason. Failure to use soft muzzles in the stall only will constitute disqualification.
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16. Prolapse: Any visible prolapse in the show ring will automatically be disqualified by the show superintendent.

17. Selection of Night of Champions Premium Sale: The number of lambs that qualify will be based on the total number of lambs entered in the show. The first wether lambs to be sold will be the breed champions and reserve breed champions of each breed shown. When selecting the sale order, the judge shall select all breed champions. The reserve breed champions will follow in the same breed order. The number of wethers selected by the judge in each
breed for the premium sale will be on a percentage basis of the total number shown with a minimum of 2 per breed.

18. Striking/Slapping: An exhibitor, or anyone assisting an exhibitor, is not allowed to aggressively or loudly pop, slap or strike their sheep at any time during the show or at any place on the fairgrounds property. Failure to abide by this rule
will result in disqualification.

19. Sheep Barn: All sheep must reside in the Sheep Barn, Super Duty Barn, during the duration of the Tulsa State Fair.

06/11/2021

JUNIOR BREEDING EWE SHOW RULES:

Divisions 163 -170
Superintendents
Darin Annuschat
Dr. Jerry Fitch – Stillwater, OK June Fitch – Stillwater, OK Summer Leister – Stillwater, OK Randy Pirtle – Copan, OK

Judge
Brent Titus - Alexis, IL

Commercial Ewe Nomination Deadline: July 1, 2021

Entry Deadline: August 27, 2021

May Begin Arrival: Thursday, September 30, 6 am
In Place By: Friday, October 1, 5 pm

Junior Breeding Registered Ewes Check In Deadline: Friday, October 1, 5pm online

Commercial Ewe Check In Deadline: Saturday, October 2, 10 am online

Judging: Saturday, October 2, 9 am in the Super Duty Arena.
Show Order: Hair, Southdown, Shropshire, Dorset, Dorset-Advantage, Hampshire, Suffolk, Commercial Released: Ewes will be released on Saturday, October 2, upon conclusion of the supreme drive.

ALL sheep MUST BE OUT by 8 pm on Saturday, October 2.

DIVISION RULES
1. Read General Rules: All exhibitors and participants are required to read and comply with the General Rules and
Regulations, Show Ring Code of Ethics, Animal Health Regulations, and the Division Rules.

2. Show Limit: Each exhibitor may only show a total of two purebreds per class and a total of three commercials. Any
one animal may not show in two different breeds.

3. Purebred Ewe Registration Papers: All entries must be registered and recorded by a recognized breed association
in the name of the exhibitor. Ewes owned jointly are not eligible to show. No pending papers will be accepted at the
time of entry. Registration papers must be checked prior to showing.

4. Ownership: Registration papers must show the ewes were owned by the exhibitor prior to July 1 of the current year.
The ewes must have been owned, cared for daily and fed by exhibitor beginning on July 1.

5. Commercial Ewe Nominations: Commercial Ewe Lambs showing at the Tulsa State Fair must have nomination
information submitted online and mail DNA sample to the Tulsa State Fair office postmarked by July 1, 2021.

6. Commercial Ewe Ear Tags: All commercial ewes entered will be issued an ear tag at nomination time and must have
the ear tag properly in the ear when entering the show ring.

7. Commercial Ewe Weigh Cards: All weights must be turned in online by 10 am Saturday, October 2.

8. Commercial Ewe Weight: The minimum weight is 90 pounds. There is no maximum weight.

9. Commercial Ewe Weigh Back: Upon completion of each class, the Superintendents will weigh a minimum of the top
five (5) commercial ewes. Any ewe which has gained more than 5 pounds from the weight listed on the official weight
card will be disqualified.

10. Fungus Inspection: All sheep will be checked for fungus.

11. Teeth: Ewe lambs must have lambs teeth with no visible signs of permanent teeth.

12. Tags: Flock tags, tattoos, and/or registry association tags must be in the ear of the ewe NO EXCEPTIONS.

13. Grooming Stands: Grooming stand permits may be purchased for $10 at the time of entry or in the Livestock Office.

For safety purposes, grooming stands will not be allowed in any walking area or aisles. All grooming stands will be issued an official identification tag, which must be displayed on the grooming stand. Space will not be guaranteed for grooming stands.

14. Grooming: Artificial coloring, paint, or powder will not be permitted for use on ewes during the entire show. If such is detected by a show official or through a protest, the exhibitor, organized group or individual involved will be disqualified and barred from exhibiting for one year.

15. Shearing: All lambs must be slick shorn to the skin. Shropshire sheep will be allowed to shear according to the American Shropshire Registry breed standards. Shearing will be allowed on the fairgrounds for Breeding Sheep ONLY.

16. Purebred Ewe Bred & Owned:
a. To be eligible for the B&O class, the breeder and the owner of the animal must be one and the same.
Registration papers will serve as proof for entering the class.
b. Ewes eligible for the B&O class must show in their respective age class prior to competing for the B&O
awards.
c. The highest place B&O ewes in their respective age class will return to be placed in the B&O class.
d. All Junior Breeding Ewe exhibitors who are going to show in the B&O class must indicate their intentions upon
entry.

TULSA NOMINATION INFORMATION:NOMINATION DEADLINE: July 1, 2021 Every exhibitor must submit nomination information onlin...
06/11/2021
Junior Livestock Nominations

TULSA NOMINATION INFORMATION:

NOMINATION DEADLINE: July 1, 2021
 Every exhibitor must submit nomination information online by 5pm on July 1 and mail DNA samples with a copy of the online receipt to the Tulsa State Fair by July 1.
 Nomination does NOT constitute as an entry. Each animal must also be entered in the Tulsa State Fair by the entry deadline, August 27, to be eligible to show.
 The following Junior Show Animals must be officially nominated to be eligible to submit an entry and show at the Tulsa State Fair:
o Junior Market Steers
o Junior Commercial Breeding Heifers o Junior Market Barrows
o Junior Breeding Gilts
o Junior Wether Market Lambs
o Junior Commercial Breeding Ewes o Junior Wether Meat Goats
o Junior Breeding Does
DNA NOMINATION RULES & INSTRUCTIONS
1. Nomination kits must be ordered and paid for online at: www.tulsastatefair.com/nomination. At the time of ordering the choice may be made to pick up kits at the Tulsa State Fair Livestock Office, or can choose to ship and pay the shipping fee. Only official tags and envelopes from the Tulsa State Fair will be accepted.
2. There is no limit on the number of DNA samples an exhibitor may submit.
3. Follow the DNA Hair Sample Requirement Instructions exactly for collecting the DNA hair sample. Obtain a minimum of 40 hairs with follicles (roots) intact. Hair must be pulled from the legs or tail of the animal. DO NOT cut or clip the hair. DO NOT contaminate the sample with hairs from other
animals. Place the DNA, (hair), sample inside of the envelope and seal the envelope. Only enclose
the DNA sample in the envelope.
4. DNA envelope must arrive sealed in the official Tulsa State Fair DNA envelope with all required
information and signatures. Only official Tulsa State Fair DNA Envelopes will be accepted.
5. The Tulsa tag on the DNA envelope must exactly match the animal(s) entered online.
6. Names and signatures of each sibling must appear on the DNA envelope when it is submitted.
Siblings may submit DNA samples on the same animal, but may not enter the same animal.
7. Should it be necessary to return your nomination for any reason (lack of signatures, etc.) there
will be a $10 reprocessing fee charged to the exhibitor.
8. Contaminated samples or hair samples without the follicle attached will result in disqualification of
the animal.
9. DNA samples collected at the show that do not match the submitted nomination sample will result
in disqualification, forfeiture of all premiums and awards, and will exclude the exhibitor from future
competition at the Tulsa State Fair.
10. DNA nomination does not constitute an entry in the Tulsa State Fair. Only animals that have a DNA
nomination on file with the Tulsa State Fair are eligible to enter. Regular entry procedures must
be followed for each nominated animal entered in the Tulsa State Fair.
1. Enter exhibitor and animal information online and print receipt. Steers ONLY must also upload
pictures online for classification. (See “Steer Nomination Photo Upload Instructions”.)
2. If family nominating, only one DNA sample per animal is required; however, all exhibitors must have an online receipt and animal in each exhibitor’s name. (See “Animal Nomination/Family
Nomination Instructions”.)
3. Attach online receipt to the outside of the envelope with a paper clip. Please do not staple.
4. Mail DNA and online nomination receipt to: TSF Livestock Office, 4145 E 21st Street, Tulsa, OK
74114. DNA samples and online nomination receipt must be postmarked by July 1, 2021.
5. The Tulsa State Fair reserves the right to refuse any Nomination or Entry.

6. Exhibitor(s), parents/guardian, supervising teacher/agent, are equally responsible for making sure the all information submitted on the online nomination and DNA envelopes are correct.
7. Nomination is a proof of ownership required by the Tulsa State Fair. Nominated animals and their exhibitors are NOT automatically entered in the Tulsa State Fair. Entries must be submitted online by August 27.
STEER NOMINATION PHOTO UPLOAD INSTRUCTIONS
1.
2.
Three color photos must be uploaded online with the nomination for steers to classify into a breed.
a. Photo 1 should be the full front view (head shot) of the steer with exhibitor in full view.
b. Photo’s 2 and 3 should be the full right and left side profile view of the steer with the
exhibitor included
c. All photos must be in color and at least 4” x 6” in size.
d. If family nominating a steer, you only need to upload pictures to one exhibitor name.
You will be prompted to upload for each sibling. Once you have uploaded the photos to
one sibling, skip the upload step for the other siblings.
Crossbred steers are not required to upload pictures.
ANIMAL NOMINATION/FAMILY NOMINATION
At the time of nomination, all exhibitors may family nominate all animals according to the following guidelines:
1. The exhibitors must all legally reside in the same household and are sibling, step siblings, or legally
adopted.
2. The exhibitors must all permanently reside in the same county
3. In order to properly family nominate an animal, enter each exhibitor online and list every animal
in each exhibitor’s name. All exhibitors must sign the DNA sample envelope.
4. The animal WILL NOT be family nominated if all exhibitors have not been entered online and
signed the DNA envelope for each animal.
ENTRY PROCEDURE
1. The Tulsa State Fair Entry Deadline is August 27, 2021. Animals required to be nominated, must have an official nomination on file to be eligible to enter.
2. Siblings may nominate the same animal, but may not enter the same animal.
3. At the time of entry, the final exhibitor decision must be made. Animals found double entered,
(one animal entered in multiple exhibitors’ name), will be considered an invalid entry.
4. The exhibitor entering the animal must have cared for daily from date of nomination.
5. In the case the exhibitor is ineligible to show, each animal entered in the exhibitor’s name is also
ineligible to show.
6. Exhibitors may enter all nominated animals and will be required to pay for all animals entered. Any
nominated animal that you wish to show must be entered into the show. Upon arrival at the Tulsa
State Fair, weigh cards will only be available for each animal entered.
7. Animals nominated, but not officially entered will not be eligible to show.
QUESTIONS?
Taylor Dorsey, Competitive Exhibits Coordinator
(918) 744-1113 ext. 2012 or [email protected]

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Coyle, OK
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