Originally posted 2010-07-11 11:33:30. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
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Participants in the Suwannee River Youth livestock Show and Sale are bonafide members of 4-H, FFA and FCCLA youth development programs in Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy Counties Florida.
Participants of the Suwannee River Fair must be bonafide members in good standing of 4-H, FFA or FCCLA clubs or chapters of Dixie, Gilchrist or Levy Counties. Verification of membership qualifications is the sole responsibility of the advisors and agents and implies member compliance with national, state and local membership rules and policy. Such membership is certified by the signature of the appropriate FFA or FCCLA Advisor, 4-H Agent and or 4-H Leader on the appropriate entry form.
Originally posted 2010-07-11 11:38:00. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
- All animals shall enter the show grounds through the North gate, unless specified in SRF Division and Show.
- Exhibitors will be required to maintain their exhibits in a clean and attractive manner, properly care for (feed and water) animal exhibits, for the duration of the Fair. Inspections will be performed by the Board.
- Proper Care: If your animal is reported for lack of care and the grievance is found to be valid, the pen will be tagged with a date and time. Once your pen is tagged you must immediately report to the office/show superintendent. If the problem or concern is not corrected you will be withdrawn from the show.
- State Veterinarian, USDA representative, SRF Grievance Committee or their representative reserve the right not to accept animals if they appear to be unhealthy, infected with external parasites (such as lice, mites & fleas), malnourished, or not in the best interest of the fair.
- There will be no medicating of animals, unless approved by SRF Grievance Committee or their representative.
- If illness appears during the course of the Fair, the SRF Grievance Committee or their representative reserve the right to remove animals from the barn that day.
- Liability in case of death or injury to any exhibited animal remains with the exhibitor until released from Fair.
- All health rules as outlined by the Florida Department of Agriculture, Division of Animal Industry as printed in this book must be adhered to. State inspectors will be on the grounds to verify health papers and check in all animals. No animals will be unloaded without the inspector’s approval.
- The State Inspector has the right to test any animal on the facility without prior notice.
Originally posted 2012-09-10 08:27:54. Republished by Blog Post Promoter