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Midway FFA Livestock Show and Sale Rules and Regulations

1. All exhibitors should be familiar with all Midway FFA Livestock Show and Sale rules and regulations as listed in this document.

2. All exhibitors must be eligible according to U.I.L. Eligibility Rules. If an exhibitor is ineligible, the exhibitor will not be able to sale.

3. All exhibitors must be dues-paying “active” members in good standing of Midway FFA.

4. All show animals must be exhibited and sold by their owner. Exceptions would include:
  • When an exhibitor has more than one entry in the same class. In this case, the exhibitor, with permission from an Ag teacher, may designate an approved Midway FFA member to exhibit their project.
  • When an exhibitor is ill, a signed statement from a doctor must be presented
  • Extenuating circumstances pre-approved by an Ag teacher.
5. All required fees must be paid prior to the MCJLS for exhibitors to be eligible to show in the Midway FFA Livestock Show.

6. All market animals in the Midway FFA Livestock Show must be present at the Midway Ag Facility and weighed-in by the times designated in the show schedule. An Ag teacher will be present to supervise weighing and record weights. Should a student fail to weigh-in their market animal by the designated time, they will forfeit their right to show.

7. Only one pen of rabbits and broilers may be exhibited per exhibitor.

8. Broiler exhibitors that make the sale at MCJLS will not be allowed to show the same broilers at Midway that were exhibited at MCJLS. (Wing bands will be checked)


9. Only one project per exhibitor will be eligible for the sale. Exceptions:
  • The exhibitor has more than one project named Grand Champion. All projects named Grand Champion of their species will be sold.
  • Only Grand and Reserve Champion pens of rabbits, broilers and steers will be sold.

10. If an animal is unruly or becomes a danger to other exhibitors either in the barn or the show ring, the judge or an Ag teacher may choose to have the animal removed, thus disqualifying them from the show/sale.

11. Should any animal awarded a prize be disqualified, animals gaining the lower prizes shall graduate up into higher positions next in order above them. 

12. Animals must be exhibited in the Midway Livestock Show to be eligible for the auction.

13. All exhibitors must be present for at least one of the two pre-show work days (totaling at least two hours) and the MANDATORY pre-auction set up and post auction clean up. Any exhibitor failing to attend pre-show workdays or auction set-up/clean-up will be deducted $25.00 per incident from their check per occurrence.

14. Hardships will be granted at Ag teacher’s discretion.

15.  Minimum weights for each species are as follows:

                   Steer:  900 lbs

                   Pig:  220 lbs

                   Goat:  50 lbs

                   Lamb:  80 lbs


 

 

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