Rules - 2018
DENBIGH AGRICULTURAL, INDUSTRIAL AND FOOD SHOW 2018
RULES & REGULATIONS
- LIVESTOCK EXHIBITS
- Show Ring Dress Code: Exhibitors of animals at the Show shall at all times deport themselves with honesty and good sportsmanship. Exhibitors should be well groomed dressed in clean, neat and appropriate attire. Shorts are inappropriate. Footwear should be closed toe.
- All exhibits must be the bonafide property of the Exhibitor both at the time of entry and on the day of the Show. Cattle must be owned at least six (6) months and small stock (Sheep, Goat, Pigs) at least three (3) months prior to date of the show. All exhibits must be identified by a visible method whether in the form of (a) Brand (b) Ear Tag (c) Tattoo (d) Ear Notch.
- Gates will be opened at 6:00 a.m. on each day of the Show. Arrangements will be made to enable livestock exhibits to enter and leave the grounds anytime.
- All exhibits must be removed from the showground no later than 6:00 p.m. on the last day of the show.
- On receipt of completed Application Entry Forms, the Secretary/Manager or Secretary of the Livestock Exhibits Committee will forward tags with the class and catalogue numbers which must be attached to the exhibits or pens and cages in which exhibitions are shown.
- LATE ENTRIES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
- All Exhibits of Livestock are subject to inspection and examination by the official Veterinary Surgeon, who may at his/her discretion, order the removal of any animals from the show ground. Judges may call on any official Veterinary Surgeon to decide the age or any other matter requiring his technical knowledge.
- ALL animals at the show will be examined and approved for entry by the VETERINARY OFFICER assigned to the show. Animals include horses, donkeys, mules, cattle, sheep, goats, swine, poultry or others as designated by the Show Committee.
- The Veterinary Officer shall be particularly concerned with clinical evidence of infections or contagious diseases.
- The owner of any exhibit must have a Veterinarian to certify that the entrant is free from infectious diseases, and that he does not know of any health reasons for which such animals should not be accepted as an entrant.ALL Livestock entries shall be accompanied by a certificate from a registered Veterinarian that the animal (s)
– have been subjected to the Tuberculosis and Brucellosis tests with negative results within three months of the date of the show.
– are free, and certified to be of disease-free status in respect of Tuberculosis and Brucellosis and;
– have been examined and found to be free from evidence of infection or contagious disease.
- HORSES will be measured in the shoes they have on, blemishes will not necessarily disqualify for prizes in the riding classes.
- JUDGING OF BEEF CATTLE AND SHEEP WILL TAKE PLACE ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 2018 STARTING AT 9:00 A.M. JUDGING OF DAIRY CATTLE, AND GOAT WILL TAKE PLACE ON SUNDAY AUGUST 5, 2018, STARTING AT 9:00 A.M. JUDGING WILL TAKE PLACE IN THE MAIN JUDGING AND SMALL STOCK JUDGING RINGS. EXHIBITS MUST BE PREPARED FOR JUDGING BY 8:30 A.M. ON EACH DAY OF COMPETITION.