Mississippi State Fairgrounds |
Jackson, MS

December 13-15
2019

Jr Show Rules

RULES AND REGULATIONS

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Commercial animals must meet a 5% weigh back.

Swine

  1. All swine will show under the rules and regulations of the Magnolia Jr. Swine Circuit.
  2. The swine show is closed to on Mississippi youth.
  3. Visit magnoliaswine.com for more information.

Goats and Sheep

  1. Exhibitors are allowed to nominate the number of animals they desire.
  2. All animals must be shown and treated ethical in all aspects of the show.
  3. Absolutely no artificial fillers may be used in the animals.
  4. Animals are eligible for full fit including glues, paints, etc.
  5. Altering the confirmation and/or appearance of an animal using products include those internally such as steroids, illegal or unlicensed pharmaceuticals. Any animal found to be in violation will be barred from showing and the exhibitor will forfeit all winnings previous to the findings.
  6. NO spike collars will be allowed in the showring.
  7. Minimum weight of 50 pounds on all goats with no max weight.
  8. Goats must meet weigh back after winning their respective classes to be in the championship drive. Weigh back will be 5%
  9. Wethers must be disbudded with no regrowth over 1.5 inches above the skin.

Beef Cattle

  1. All animals must be shown in an ethical manner during the duration of the show weekend.
  2. Exhibitors are allowed to nominate the number of animals they desire.
  3. Show management will make stall assignments. If you are needing extra stall space you will need to pay for extra space and let the management team know at sign up.
  4. The beef show is a full fit show including glues, paints, hair, etc.
  5. Absolutely no artificial fillers are allowed including but not limited to pumping.
  6. Altering the confirmation and/or appearance of an animal using products include those internally such as steroids, illegal or unlicensed pharmaceuticals. Any animal found to be in violation will be barred from showing and the exhibitor will forfeit all winnings previous to the findings.
  7. Each class will be judged numerically 1,2,3 with premiums set up with each slot of award.
  8. Animals released after showing.
  9. Fans are allowed on racks above the cattle provided the fans are firmly affixed to the rack. Fans must be mounted high enough that the animals can freely pass under the fans without contacting them. Persons using fans assume all responsibility.
  10. All bulls (no matter of age) showing must have a permanent nose ring with the exhibitor having the nose lead in hand at all times. Nose leads are not allowed in heifers.
  11. If there is a pair showing, the calf must be on a halter and under control by the assistant. Calf must be registered by show day and have proof in hand at registration.
  12. All cattle must be tied in the beds with a halter and “neck rope.”
  13. All breeding cattle must have an original registration certificate from breeding association to show.
  14. All breeding animals must a legible and correct tattoo or brand.
  15. There is a required 10 head minimum of one breed to make a breed show, if this is not met they will be placed in the AOB Show.

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