Health Certificates must be available prior to unloading.
The Barn Supervisor will check all animals before unloading. The Barn Supervisor reserves the right to refuse any animal admittance without refund.
All sheep & goats must have identification that complies with the National Scrapie Eradication Program. Please call 866-USDA-TAG (866-873-2824) for help.
All ownership changes must have been completed at least 30 days before the show date. Substitutions of animals entered may be made only within the same class & be confirmed at the time the animal’s arrival at the fairgrounds. The decision of the chairperson is final.
Exhibitors are allowed to show up to 2 animals in each class.
Fleece length of young animals should be appropriate for their age. There should be sufficient length to judge the fleeces character. Some breeds, due to Rooing will have shorter fleeces. This will not be held against them.
Signs or banners are permitted & encouraged in the pen area, but must be mounted appropriately and not interfere with other exhibitors.
We will try to separate flocks/herds by the space of an empty stall, but we encourage anyone who is concerned about the health of their animals to bring a solid barrier.
Animals may be checked in Friday from 10 am to 6 pm and Saturday from 9 am to 9:30 am. The show will begin promptly at 10:30 am. Check in on Friday is strongly encouraged.
Livestock must enter fairgrounds on the North end of the fairgrounds off Old Corvallis Road. Please move all vehicles to the North Parking Lot as soon as possible after unloading.
Exhibitors must purchase their own entry passes at the gate. ($10 per person for the whole festival.)
Animals must remain on the grounds until 2 pm on Sunday, June 14th, unless you get special permission to leave early from the livestock chairperson. Exhibitors are responsible for cleaning their pens before they leave.