PA Junior Dairy Show Rules
Eligibility requirements for the Junior Dairy Show.
All animals must have registration certificates issued by one of the following breed associations: American Guernsey Association, American Jersey Cattle Club, American Milking Shorthorn Society, Ayrshire Breeders Association, Brown Swiss Cattle Breeders Association, Holstein Association of America, or Red and White Dairy Cattle Association.
Ownership of Animal
Age of animals within classes will be as follows
All Exhibitors are expected to Adhere to the PDCA Show Ring Code of Ethics, FFA Code of Ethics, and/or The PA 4-H Code of Conduct at all Junior Show.
Qualifying via animal type class and the maximum number of animals an exhibitor may show at the PA State Junior Dairy Show.
A. The purpose of the show is to enable youth to have a satisfactory experience in the show ring. Therefore it is the responsibility of the 4-H or FFA exhibitor to show his/her own animal. The only exceptions allowed are:
No animal showing signs of infectious, contagious, or external parasitic disease will be allowed into the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex & Expo Center. However, exhibitors who observe an animal that may present a health hazard to other animals are asked to report the stall location to the show committee.
Exhibitors in the Pennsylvania State Junior Dairy Show who wish to show in the Premier Junior Show or in the All-American Dairy Show (AADS) must enter their animals on AADS entry forms postmarked by the corresponding AADS deadlines. There is no other provision for Junior Dairy Show late entries (formerly known as “Crossovers”).
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