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HEALTH REGULATIONS

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GENERAL INFORMATION

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HEALTH REGULATIONS  

ATTENTION: With heightened awareness and concerns with Foreign Animal Diseases (FADs), specifically African Swine Fever (ASF), it is critical to follow all health requirements below and that veterinarians and exhibitors take extra precaution to insure the health of their animals.

If show staff or state officials identify animals that may have health concerns during unloading or while at the show, action may be taken, not limited to quarantine, or sending animals home.

  1. EACH ANIMAL ENTERING THE IOWA STATE FAIRGROUNDS MUST BE LISTED ON AN OFFICIAL, INTERSTATE CERTIFICATE OF VETERINARY INSPECTION (CVI) ISSUED BY A LICENSED, ACCREDITED VETERINARIAN. THIS INCLUDES DELIVERY ANIMALS. LOADS CONTAINING SWINE WITHOUT ALL BELOW MENTIONED REQUIREMENTS WILL NOT BE GRANTED ACCESS TO THE IOWA STATE FAIRGROUNDS.
    1. All animals and original CVIs will be inspected by show veterinarian and show staff prior to unloading.
    2. Multiple animals may be listed on one original CVI. Photocopies of CVIs can be made during show check-in for each animal after the show veterinarian has approved CVIs upon arrival.
    3. An accredited veterinarian must inspect animals and issue a certificate of veterinary inspection on or after Monday, June 29th, 2020.
    4. A permit number is not required from the Iowa state veterinarian’s office to move animals into The Exposition.
  2. CVIs MUST BE ISSUED ON OR AFTER MONDAY, JUNE 29th, 2020 WITH THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:
    1. Name and 911 address of consignor (location of swine); consigned to National Junior Show or Summer Type Conference, Iowa State Fairgrounds, East 30th Street and University Ave., Des Moines, Iowa, 50317.
    2. ALL SWINE being exhibited at The National Junior Show or Summer Type Conference MUST be officially identified with an official, federally approved ear tag. The animal’s ear tag ID MUST be listed on CVI. 840 ear tags are preferred. For more information on federally recognized ear tags, visit http://www.nationalswine.com/events/ear-tags.php. If your animal does not have an official ID tag, they will not be granted access to the National Junior Show or Summer Type Conference.  
    3. Each animal shall be individually identified by ear notch and ear notch MUST be listed on CVI.
    4. Health status of animal, including dates of required tests and vaccinations must be listed.
    5. A premise ID number MUST be included on CVI.
    6. The cell phone number of your veterinarian who issued the CVI MUST be included on the CVI.
    7. ALL CVIs MUST CARRY THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS – “Farm or origin of swine”:
      1. Has not had pseudorabies or swine dysentery in the last 12 months
      2. Has not had any clinical signs or diagnosis of TGE or PEDv in the last 60 days
      3. Feeds no raw garbage and uses no PRV vaccine
      4. Is not under quarantine for any disease condition
      5. Has not had vesicular stomatitis diagnosed within 10 miles of farm or origin in the last 30 days
  3. REQUIRED TESTS AND VACCINATIONS
    1. PSEUDORABIES (PRV) TESTING:
      1. ALL ANIMALS MUST be individually tested for PRV on or after Monday, June 15, 2020.
        1. All official identification of animal (sex, ear tag and ear notch) needs to be included on the pseudorabies test chart.
        2. Animals must test PRV-negative with all results on the dated CVI.
        3. The official PRV test chart must be provided along with your CVI.
        4. Either the ELISA (gB ELISA), ALA or S/N tests are acceptable. Differentiable ELISA (g1 ELISA) test will NOT be accepted. 
        5. (Even if animals originate from a pseudorabies class-free state or PRV-qualified herd, each animal MUST be individually tested for pseudorabies. However, brucellosis testing requirements, as detailed below, are different.)
    2. BRUCELLOSIS TESTING:
      1. All animals must be individually tested for brucellosis on or after Monday, June 15, 2020 UNLESS:
        1. Animals originate from a validated brucellosis free herd
          1. If the herd of origin is brucellosis validated, the validation numbers must appear on the CVI and the most recent quarterly herd test date (month, day and year) must be stated on the CVI.
    3. VACCINATIONS:
      1. All breeding swine coming to the show MUST be vaccinated against leptospirosis (6-way) including bratislava and erysipelas.
        1. The complete date of vaccination MUST be listed on the health certificate. Market animals should not be vaccinated.
      2.  It is required that all breeding animals are vaccinated against swine influenza. The vaccination date should be included on the CVI.
  • In some instances, these requirements are in addition to the state of Iowa regulations. However, they are necessary in meeting other state requirements for purchasers of open show animals through sales as animals are reconsigned to new destinations.

    GENERAL INFORMATION

    The following rules and regulations are applicable to the National Junior Show. Additional rules and regulations that apply to NJSA and/or Team Purebred entries may be found in their respective handbooks.

    • Limit per exhibitor: 6 total pigs. 1 purebred pig for 1 crossbred pig must be exhibited, not just entered into the show.
    • All participants who do not show a gilt or barrow at this event will pay a participation fee of $5 per contest if they wish to exhibit in showmanship.
    • All hogs must be identified with a permanent ear notch.
    • All hogs must be identified with a federally approved, permanently numbered eartag.
    • No clipping of hogs is allowed on the show grounds.
    • No laser therapy or nebulizer treatments are allowed on the show grounds.
    • NJSA and Team Purebred reserve the right to randomly test for the presence of unapproved drugs in swine entries. Complete details can be found in the NJSA and Team Purebred Handbooks.
    • Entries are due June 17, 2020. Late entries will not be accepted.
    • No entries will be accepted at the show.
    • Entries will be refunded if changes to event date or location are made due to Covid 19.
    • NSR, CPS, ABA, NJSA and Team Purebred are not liable for accidents.

    Exhibitor Requirements

    • All purebred hog exhibitors must be members of their respective junior associations – NJSA or Team Purebred.
    • Exhibitors must be 21 years of age or younger as of Jan. 1, 2020.
    • Exhibitors must wear their exhibitor numbers given to them at registration during the gilt show, barrow show and showmanship.
    • If exhibitor is not present to show his/her hog, the hog cannot be exhibited unless previously approved by NJSA and Team Purebred staff.  If a hog is exhibited by anyone other than the registered exhibitor without permission from NJSA and Team Purebred staff, the exhibitor will be completely disqualified from the show and all premiums and awards will be revoked.  This includes incidences of illness, double-entry in a class, and emergencies.

    Arrival/Dismissal

    • All pigs must go through the vet check line upon arrival. Pens will be assigned upon arrival.
    • Two pigs per pen, per family.
    • All pigs will be released once they have been exhibited.

    Purebred Gilt Requirements

    • Purebred gilt entries must be registered Berkshire, Chester White, Duroc, Hampshire, Hereford, Landrace, Poland China, Spotted, Tamworth or Yorkshire gilts that are farrowed on or after Nov. 1, 2019.
    • All ABA, CPS, and NSR Breed Champions and Reserves will be DNA tested after the conclusion of the Grand Champion Gilt Drive.
    • Purebred classes will be broken according to farrowing dates, with class size as equal as possible.
    • Purebred gilts shown in the National Junior Show are eligible to be exhibited in the open show and sold as long as they are double-entered in the name of the junior exhibitor. All double-entered gilts must be entered with both the National Junior Show and the Summer Type Conference Breed Shows (all open show entries must be submitted to the respective breed offices – NSR, CPS, ABA).
    • If an animal is double-entered in Open & Junior Shows, it must be entered in the junior exhibitor's name for both shows.
    • Purebred gilt entries may be purchased females, but must be owned by the junior exhibitor, the exhibitor's family name, or exhibitor's farm name by June 1, 2020.
    • Purebred gilts must be registered in the junior exhibitor's name, exhibitor's family name, or exhibitor's farm name.
    • Junior exhibitors must bring their original pedigree and a copy of their pedigree to check-in.
    • Substitutions will be allowed at the show.

    Crossbred Breeding Requirements

    • Exhibitors must show one purebred (barrow or gilt) for every one crossbred (barrow or gilt).
    • All crossbred gilts will be shown by declared weights. Test scales will be available.
    • Crossbred gilts must weigh 375 pounds or less, and must weigh back within 15 pounds of their declared weight. The top five (5) gilts in each class will be weighed during the show.
    • Each exhibitor will receive a weigh card that they must fill out with their crossbred gilt’s weight. Scales will be available at the show.
    • Crossbred Gilt Weight cards are due at 8 p.m. on Monday, July 6, to the NJSA show office.
    • If an animal is double-entered in Open & Junior Shows, it must be entered in the junior exhibitor's name for both shows.

    Purebred & Crossbred Barrow Requirements

    • Exhibitors must show one purebred (barrow or gilt) for every one crossbred (barrow or gilt).
    • Purebred barrow entries must be registered Berkshire, Chester White, Duroc, Hampshire, Hereford, Landrace, Poland China, Spotted, Tamworth or Yorkshire barrows born Nov. 1, 2019, and after.
    • All barrows will be shown by declared weights.
    • No weight limit with the top five (5) barrows in each class will be weighed back. All barrows must weigh back in within 15 pounds of their declared weight.
    • Each exhibitor will receive a weigh card that they must fill out with their market hog’s weight. Scales will be available at the show.
    • Purebred and Crossbred Weight cards are due at 8 p.m. on Monday, July 6.
    • Purebred barrow entries may be purchased barrows, but must be owned by the junior exhibitor, the exhibitor's family name, or exhibitor's farm name by June 1, 2020.
    • Purebred barrows must be registered in the junior exhibitor's name, exhibitor's family name, or exhibitor's farm name.
    • Junior exhibitors must bring their original pedigree and a copy of their pedigree to check-in.
    • If showing a Hampshire sired crossbred barrow, you must declare at check-in with a completed Hampshire sired form. This form is available online at nationalswine.com.
    • Substitutions will be allowed at the show.
    • This is not a terminal show.
    • All ABA, CPS, and NSR Breed Champions and Reserves will be DNA tested after the conclusion of the Grand Champion Gilt Drive.

    Berkshire Entries

    • Berkshire gilts and barrows must have negative stress status denoted (HAL-1843*nm under the pig’s name) on the pedigree. All open gilts are expected to be open. Any gilt shown in the junior show could be pregnancy checked. Any gilt found to be bred at the show would forfeit all premium money and would be subject to being banned from all Team Purebred events for the next two years. DNA samples will be collected on all Berkshire gilt and barrow breed show champions, reserve champions and any randomly chosen animals to determine compliance with ABA negative stress gene policy and sire verification.
    • The ABA reserves the right to randomly collect a DNA profile on exhibited animals (barrows and gilts) at any event where registered animals are exhibited. This sample may be used for testing for the presence of the stress gene, parentage verification and breed purity as DNA technology becomes available. This collection will be supervised by Team Purebred or ABA representatives.

    Chester White, Poland China, Spotted & Tamworth Entries

    • All Chester White, Hereford, Poland China, Spotted and Tamworth entries must meet breed registration requirements and stress requirements as determined by their breed’s board of directors. All open gilts are expected to be open. Any gilt shown in the junior show could be pregnancy checked. Any gilt found to be bred at the show would forfeit all premium money and would be subject to being banned from all Team Purebred events for the next two years.
    • Team Purebred reserves the right to randomly collect a DNA profile on exhibited animals (barrows and gilts) at any event where registered animals are exhibited. This sample may be used for testing for the presence of the stress gene, parentage verification and breed purity as DNA technology becomes available. This collection will be supervised by Team Purebred or CPS representatives

HEALTH REGULATIONS

  1. EACH ANIMAL ENTERING THE WOODWARD COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS MUST BE LISTED ON AN OFFICIAL INTERSTATE CERTIFICATE OF VETERINARY INSPECTION (CVI) ISSUED BY A LICENSED, ACCREDITED VETERINARIAN.
    1. All animals and health certificates will be inspected by the show veterinarian prior to unloading.
    2. Multiple animals may be listed on the same original copy.
  2. CERTIFICATE MUST BE ISSUED ON OR AFTER FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 2020 WITH THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:
    1. Name and address of exhibitor; entered in the NJSA Southwest Regional, Woodward County Fairgrounds, 105A Temple Houston Drive, Woodward, OK 73801.
    2. Individual identification of animal (ear notch and official ear tag). All hogs entered in the show MUST be identified by an official, permanently numbered ear tag. For more information on federally recognized ear tags, visit https://nationalswine.com/events/ear-tags.php. *SWINE ORGINATING FROM OKLAHOMA MUST HAVE AN ELECTRONIC 840 TAG*
    3. All forms of identification, including official tags and ear notches, must be listed on the CVI.
    4. Health status of animal, including dates of required tests and vaccinations MUST be listed.
    5. A premise ID number MUST be included on your health certificate.
    6. Your veterinarian’s cell phone number MUST be included on your health certificate.
    7. ALL HEALTH CERTIFICATES MUST CARRY THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS:
      “Farm or origin of the swine has not had pseudorabies or swine dysentery in the last 12 months, has not had any signs or diagnosis of TGE or PEDv in the last 60 days, feeds no garbage, uses no PRV vaccine, and is not under quarantine for any disease condition; also vesicular stomatitis has not been diagnosed within 10 miles of the farm of origin within the last 30 days.”
  3. REQUIRED TESTS
    1. Out of State Exhibitors: ALL animals originating from outside Oklahoma MUST be tested negative for pseudorabies (PRV) and brucellosis on or after Tuesday, August 4, 2020, UNLESS they come from a PRV-qualified and brucellosis-validated herd.
      1. Swine tested negative for PRV and brucellosis must show the date blood sample was drawn (month, day and year).
      2. The Elisa, PCFIA, ALA or S/N tests are acceptable. Differentiable Elisa test will not be accepted.
      3. If the herd of origin is PRV qualified and brucellosis validated, individual testing of each animal is not required. In this case, the negative PRV qualification and brucellosis validation numbers must appear on the health certificate and complete quarterly herd test date (month, day and year) must be stated on health certificate. *MUST BE COMPLETED AFTER JUNE 4, 2020*
    2. Oklahoma Exhibitors Only: ALL Animals must be tested negative for Brucellosis and Pseudorabies after June 1, 2020 for fall events. Test results, laboratory name, and animal ID shall be listed on a valid CVI or Oklahoma swine test chart. *ALL SWINE MUST HAVE AN OFFICIAL ELECTRONIC 840 TAG* UNLESS they come from a PRV-qualified and brucellosis-validated herd.
      1. Swine tested negative for PRV and brucellosis must show the date blood sample was drawn (month, day and year).
      2. The Elisa, PCFIA, ALA or S/N tests are acceptable. Differentiable Elisa test will not be accepted.
      3. If the herd of origin is PRV qualified and brucellosis validated, individual testing of each animal is not required. In this case, the negative PRV qualification and brucellosis validation numbers must appear on the health certificate and complete quarterly herd test date (month, day and year) must be stated on health certificate. *MUST BE COMPLETED AFTER JUNE 4, 2020*
  4. VACCINATIONS
    1. ALL breeding gilts coming to the show MUST be vaccinated against Leptospirosis (6-way) including Bratislava and Erysipelas on or after SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 2020. The complete date of vaccination MUST be listed on the health certificate.
    2. It is strongly recommended that all animals are vaccinated against influenza. This is not a show requirement.
  5. PERMIT REQUIREMENT
    1. All out-of-state entries MUST obtain an interstate permit number. ONLY an accredited veterinarian may obtain this permit number by calling the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture at 405.522.6141.

IMPORTANT REMINDERS

  • We highly recommend printing these requirements and reviewing them with your veterinarian.
  • Please review CVI’s prior to leaving for the event to ensure all required information is completed accurately.
  • Oklahoma Exhibitors: Some requirements listed above may be in addition to the health requirements for fall shows in Oklahoma. However, they must be included on the animals CVI’s in order to be exhibited at the NJSA Southwest Regional.
  • Dr. Mike Tripp, official show veterinarian will inspect all animals and CVI’s prior to unloading. Any animals not meeting health requirements may be prevented from exhibition at this event.

GENERAL INFORMATION

  • Entry Deadline: August 12, 2020
  • Farrowing Deadline: January 1, 2020
  • Ownership Deadline: July 15, 2020
  • Contests: Purebred and crossbred Gilt Show, Purebred and Crossbred Barrow Shows, Showmanship Contest, Judging Contest, and Sweepstakes Contest.
  • Additional Events: Exhibitor Breakfast, Exhibitor Pizza Party, MVP Event, Corn Toss Tournament, Silent Auction, and an Inspirational Service by Ray Perryman.
  • Limit per Exhibitor: Exhibitors may enter up to 6 total gilts, which can include a maximum of 2 crossbred gilts. Exhibitors may enter up to 6 total barrows, which can include a maximum of 2 crossbred barrows.
  • Barrow Weights: 290 lbs. or less with 15 lb. weigh-back
  • Crossbred Gilt Weights: 375 lbs. or less with 15 lb. weigh-back

EXHIBITOR REQUIREMENTS

  • All exhibitors must be members of the National Junior Swine Association (NJSA) to compete in NJSA events.
  • Exhibitors must be 21 years of age or younger as of Jan. 1, 2020.
  • Although some circumstances require animals to be housed at an alternative location, it is strongly encouraged that animals are under the direct care of the owner/exhibitor.
  • No entries accepted at the show. 
  • Exhibitors will pay an entry fee of $30 per purebred gilt or barrow that will be listed on the individual entry form. The crossbred barrow or gilt entry fee is $40. *NOTE: Entries postmarked after deadline are considered late entries. Late entry fees are $60 for purebreds and $80 for crossbreds. Late entries may not be accepted due to space limitations. 
  • All participants who do not show a gilt or barrow at NJSA events will pay a participation fee of $5 per contest.
  • ALL ENTRIES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE
  •  A $15 Junior Member Fee must be paid in order to exhibit in NJSA events. This fee is to help cover expenses with NJSA Regional and National Shows. The participation fee will be paid at each show the NJSA member participates in during the NJSA show calendar year (August 1st – July 31st).
  • Exhibitors must wear their exhibitor numbers given to them at registration during the gilt and barrow shows and showmanship contest.
  • NSR is not liable for accidents.
  • If exhibitor is not present to show his/her hog, the hog cannot be exhibited unless previously approved by NJSA staff.  If a hog is exhibited by anyone other than the registered exhibitor without permission from NJSA staff, the exhibitor will be completely disqualified from the show and all premiums and awards will be revoked.  This includes incidences of illness, double-entry in a class, and emergencies.
  • No clipping of hogs is allowed on the show grounds.
  • No print advertising is allowed on exhibitor clothing while in the show ring.
  • No parents, friends, or family members are allowed in the make-up ring or show ring with an exhibitor.  All exhibitors must be able to be in the make-up ring and show ring by themselves or are not permitted to show.  An NJSA Junior Board member may be requested to assist an exhibitor if necessary.
  • Youth for Quality Care of Animals (YQCA) certification is required by all junior exhibitors at every NJSA show.
  • A premises ID number to exhibit at an NJSA event.  It is easy to obtain a premises ID number by clicking here.  This is where you will find your state and contact the person listed for your state.  You may also contact the NJSA for more information. 

BRED + OWNED ENTRIES:

  • Bred + Owned entries must also be entered in the Junior Show Gilt entries section of the entry form.
  • Bred + Owned entry fees are $10 per entry. This entry fee will remain in the Bred + Owned division to ensure quality recognition and sustainability for the program.
  • Animal Registration number and Owner/Breeder number are required at entry.
  • Family Certification Forms https://forms.gle/AmWMofGtpCcFB4BTA must be submitted if more than one junior member is listed as the owner and breeder of the animal on the pedigree.
  • All Bred + Owned entries are due prior to the show. No Bred + Owned entries will be accepted at the show.

ARRIVAL/DISMISSAL

  • Open and junior entries are penned separately.  Hogs are penned by state, in alphabetical order according to the exhibitors’ last name.  Requests are accepted to be penned next to another exhibitor(s) from the same state up until 7 days prior to the start of the show by calling the NSR office.  Requests are not accepted for exhibitors to be penned with others from different states.  Crossbreds, purebreds, barrows and gilts are all penned together.  Two pigs per pen per family are required; gilts and barrows will be penned together.  Divider gates will not be provided. Pen cards cannot be moved once posted at a show.
  • Animals will not be released until the completion of the Sweepstakes Award Ceremony or the posted release times.  If animals leave unexcused before the release time, the exhibitor and their family will not be allowed to participate in NJSA events for one year.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • All hogs must be identified by a permanent ear notch and a federally approved permanently numbered ear tag. For more information on what tags are required, click here.
  • All NJSA purebred gilt and market hog entries must be registered Duroc, Hampshire, Landrace or Yorkshire.
  • Gilts that are being exhibited must be guaranteed open (not bred).
  • Substitutions will be allowed at the show.
  • Purebred and crossbred entries may be purchased females or market hogs, but must be owned by the junior exhibitor, the exhibitor’s family name, or exhibitor’s farm name, 60 days prior to the date of show, or by the specified ownership deadline. 
  • Gilts and market hogs must meet all registration eligibility requirements of their respective breed associations. NSR field staff or qualified NSR representatives will inspect all gilts and market hogs for breed eligibility.
  • Any gilts or market hogs that do not meet eligibility requirements may not be used for showmanship. All efforts will be made to help these youth find replacement hogs to use in showmanship.
  • In order to show a crossbred gilt or barrow, you must show one purebred barrow for every one crossbred barrow, and one purebred gilt for every one crossbred gilt.
  • Purebred breeding gilt classes will be broken according to farrowing dates, with class size as equal as possible.
  • Crossbred breeding gilt and all market hog classes will be broken according to weight, with class size as equal as possible.
  • Scales will be made available to exhibitors at NJSA shows. Exhibitors must turn in a card with the declared weight of market hogs or crossbred gilts by the specified time. The top three hogs in each class will be re-weighed. Hogs must not be more than 15 pounds over or under card weight. If the hog weighs out, it will be dismissed from the class. (Exception: NBS® Junior Barrow Classic entries will be weighed by Hormel. No weigh backs will take place.)
  • Exhibitors of Breed Champions, Reserve Breed Champions, Bred-and-Owned Breed Champions and Bred-and-Owned Reserve Champions must come to the ring for the overall champion drive (where applicable) or exhibitor will be disqualified and forfeit all premiums.  
  • If a gilt or market hog is unable to compete for division champion, breed champion or overall champion due to sickness or injury incurred after winning their respective class, the exhibitor is able to keep their class winning premiums.  A committee of 3 or more NSR, NJSA, or veterinarian staff will make the decision if the gilt or market hog is too sick or injured to compete.  If it is determined that the hog is too injured or sick to compete, the reserve will move up.  Only reserve will move up, no 2nd place class winners.
  • All breed gilt and barrow champions and reserve champions, champion and reserve champion Bred & Owned gilts will be DNA tested for the presence of the stress gene, parentage verification, and breed purity at the conclusion of the show.
  • NSR and NJSA reserve the right to randomly collect a DNA profile on exhibited animals for stress gene, parentage verification and breed purity at any event where registered animals are exhibited. This collection will be supervised by NSR or NJSA representatives.
  • NJSA reserves the right to randomly test for the presence of unapproved drugs in swine entries.
  • The NJSA Southeast Regional, Western Regional, Southwest Regional, Eastern Regional, World Pork Expo Junior National and National Junior Summer Spectacular market hog shows are not terminal shows. Exhibitors will be responsible for their own market hogs at the completion of the show.
  • The NBS® Junior Barrow Classic, American Royal and NAILE market hog shows are terminal shows, and hogs will be marketed by the respective show organizations.
  • Champion and Reserve Champion gilts of the Duroc, Hampshire, Landrace and Yorkshire breeds from all NJSA events held in conjunction with NSR open shows and sales are allowed in the NSR sale with no consignment fee.
  • Gilts shown in the Southeast Regional, National Junior Summer Spectacular and WPX Junior National are eligible to be exhibited in the open show and sold, as long as they are double-entered in the name of the junior exhibitor for both shows. All double-entered gilts must be entered with both the open show and NJSA show entry forms.  If the gilt is selected to be in the sale from the open show, she MUST be offered for sale through the ring.
  • Double entered gilts must follow open show rules.  If selected from the open NSR show to sell the gilt is required to be offered for sale through the ring.  The owner has the option to buy the gilt back at 15% commission of the final bid price.  No exceptions will be made to this rule. Any hog that does not show up for the sale of their hog will be fined the average sale price of that breed, banned from exhibiting for one year, and will be unable to show after one year if the fine has not been paid. 

HEALTH REGULATIONS

Coming Soon

GENERAL INFORMATION

ENTRY INFORMATION

  • The NBS Jr. Classic will offers a junior breeding gilt show for purebred and crossbred breeding gilts. Breeding gilts are not eligible to compete in the market show.
  • The NBS Jr. Classic will allow market gilts to be eligible for exhibition in the market show. Both market gilts and barrows will compete against each other in classes designated by weight for each breed. Market gilts are not eligible to be exhibited in the breeding gilt show.
  • Each exhibitor may enter up to two market hogs per breed and two breeding gilts per breed.
  • Each exhibitor must show (not just enter) one purebred breeding gilt for every one crossbred breeding gilt and one purebred market hog for every one crossbred market hog.
  • NEW! The NBS Jr. Classic market hog show is NOT a terminal show.
  • All hogs must be identified with a permanent ear notch.
  • ALL HOGS must be identified with a federally approved, permanently numbered ear tag. To learn more about federally approved ear tags, click here.
  • Absolutely no clipping of hogs will be allowed on the show grounds.
  • Powdering, oiling, or any dressing applied to hogs other than water will not be allowed. Exhibitors may be asked to take their animals to the wash racks by show officials to remove dressing. Show officials reserve the right to disqualify any animal from competition not meeting this requirement. Whole body clipping of market hogs is discouraged.
  • NJSA and Team Purebred reserve the right to randomly test for the presence of unapproved drugs in swine entries.
  • Entries are due Aug. 12, 2020. Late entries may be accepted as space warrants.
  • No entries will be accepted at the show.
  • Entry fees are non-refundable.
  • NSR, CPS, ABA, NJSA and Team Purebred are not liable for accidents.
  • All NBS Junior Classic entries can be done online at nationalswine.com.

EXHIBITORS REQUIREMENTS

  • All exhibitors must be members of their respective junior associations, based on the breeds they are exhibiting – NJSA or Team Purebred.
  • Exhibitors must be 21 years of age or younger as of Jan. 1, 2020.
  • Exhibitors must wear their exhibitor numbers given to them at registration during the gilt show, barrow show and showmanship.
  • If an exhibitor is not present to show their animal, the animal cannot be exhibited unless approved by show officials.

ARRIVAL/DISMISSAL

  • No moving or switching of pen cards is allowed at the show. If special penning is required, these requests must be submitted 7 days in advance and approved by show officials. This system will allow us to find participants more quickly if problems arise.
  • Exhibitors that are showing in the NBS Jr. Classic are dismissed after the conclusion of the NBS Jr. Classic show on Sunday afternoon. 

ADDITIONAL BREEDING GILT SHOW INFORMATION

  • Purebred breeding gilt classes will be broken according to farrowing dates, with class size as equal as possible.
  • Purebred and crossbred breeding gilts shown in the NBS Jr. Classic show are eligible to be exhibited in the open show and sold as long as they are double-entered in the name of the junior exhibitor. All double-entered gilts must be entered with both the NBS Junior Classic and the National Barrow Show open breed shows (all open show entries must be submitted to the respective breed offices – NSR, CPS, ABA).
  • If an animal is double-entered in the National Barrow Show, it must be entered in the junior exhibitor's name for both shows.

PUREBRED BREEDING GILT REQUIREMENTS

  • Purebred breeding gilt entries must be registered Berkshire, Chester White, Duroc, Hampshire, Landrace, Poland China, Spotted or Yorkshire gilts that are farrowed on or after February 1, 2020.
  • NJSA & Team Purebred breeding gilt entries may be purchased females, but must be owned by the junior exhibitor, the exhibitor's family name, or exhibitor's farm name by August 15, 2020.
  • Breeding gilts must be registered in the junior exhibitor's name, exhibitor's family name, or exhibitor's farm name.
  • Junior exhibitors must bring their original pedigree and a copy of their pedigree to check-in.
  • Substitutions will be allowed at the show.

CROSSBRED BREEDING GILT REQUIREMENTS

  • Exhibitors must show 1 purebred breeding gilt for every 1 crossbred breeding gilt.
  • All crossbred breeding gilts will be shown by weight. Crossbred breeding gilts will be weighed-in on Saturday at the same time as the market animals.
  • Crossbred breeding gilts must weigh 375 pounds or less. There is no weigh-back.

PUREBRED & CROSSBRED MARKET HOG REQUIREMENTS

  • NEW! This is NOT a terminal show.
  • Exhibitors must show 1 purebred market hog (market barrow or market gilt) for every 1 crossbred market hog (market barrow or market gilt).
  • Purebred market hog entries must be registered Berkshire, Chester White, Duroc, Hampshire, Landrace, Poland China, Spotted or Yorkshire barrows born February 1, 2020, and after.
  • NEW! All market hogs (purebred and crossbred) must weigh between 215 and 290 pounds. Exhibitors will be given a weigh card for all market hogs during show check in. Exhibitors will declare the weight of all market hogs; weigh cards are due Saturday at 2 p.m. Market hogs will have 15 pound weigh back.   
  • NJSA & Team Purebred market hog entries may be purchased animals, but must be owned by the junior exhibitor, the exhibitor's family name, or exhibitor's farm name by August 15, 2020.
  • Purebred market hogs must be registered in the junior exhibitor's name, exhibitor's family name, or exhibitor's farm name.
  • Junior exhibitors must bring their original pedigree and a copy of their pedigree to check-in.
  • Substitutions will be allowed at the show.

BERKSHIRE ENTRIES 

  • Berkshire gilts and barrows must have negative stress status denoted (HAL-1843*nm under the pig’s name) on the pedigree. All open gilts are expected to be open. Any gilt shown in the junior show could be pregnancy checked. Any gilt found to be bred at the show would forfeit all premium money and would be subject to being banned from all Team Purebred events for the next two years. DNA samples will be collected on all Berkshire gilt and barrow breed show champions, reserve champions and any randomly chosen animals to determine compliance with ABA negative stress gene policy and sire verification.
  • The ABA reserves the right to randomly collect a DNA profile on exhibited animals (barrows and gilts) at any event where registered animals are exhibited. This sample may be used for testing for the presence of the stress gene, parentage verification and breed purity as DNA technology becomes available. This collection will be supervised by Team Purebred or ABA representatives.

CHESTER WHITE, POLAND CHINA & SPOTTED ENTRIES

  • All Chester White, Poland China and Spotted entries must meet breed registration requirements and stress requirements as determined by their breed’s board of directors. All open gilts are expected to be open. Any gilt shown in the junior show could be pregnancy checked. Any gilt found to be bred at the show would forfeit all premium money and would be subject to being banned from all Team Purebred events for the next two years.
  • Team Purebred reserves the right to randomly collect a DNA profile on exhibited animals (barrows and gilts) at any event where registered animals are exhibited. This sample may be used for testing for the presence of the stress gene, parentage verification and breed purity as DNA technology becomes available. This collection will be supervised by Team Purebred or CPS representatives.

HEALTH REGULATIONS

Coming Soon

GENERAL INFORMATION

  • Entry Deadline: Sept. 2, 2020
  • Farrowing Deadline: Feb. 1, 2020
  • Ownership Deadline: Aug. 19, 2020
  • Contests: Purebred and crossbred Gilt Show, Purebred and Crossbred Barrow Shows, Showmanship Contest and Skillathon Contest.
  • Additional Events: Exhibitor Breakfast, Exhibitor Pizza Party, MVP Event and a Family Movie and Popcorn Night.
  • Limit per Exhibitor: Exhibitors may enter up to 6 total gilts, which can include a maximum of 2 crossbred gilts. Exhibitors may enter up to 6 total barrows, which can include a maximum of 2 crossbred barrows.
  • Barrow Weights: 290 lbs. or less with 15 lb. weigh-back
  • Crossbred Gilt Weights: 375 lbs. or less with 15 lb. weigh-back

EXHIBITOR REQUIREMENTS

  • All exhibitors must be members of the National Junior Swine Association (NJSA) to compete in NJSA events.
  • Exhibitors must be 21 years of age or younger as of Jan. 1, 2020.
  • Although some circumstances require animals to be housed at an alternative location, it is strongly encouraged that animals are under the direct care of the owner/exhibitor.
  • No entries accepted at the show. 
  • Exhibitors will pay an entry fee of $30 per purebred gilt or barrow that will be listed on the individual entry form. The crossbred barrow or gilt entry fee is $40. *NOTE: Entries postmarked after deadline are considered late entries. Late entry fees are $60 for purebreds and $80 for crossbreds. Late entries may not be accepted due to space limitations. 
  • All participants who do not show a gilt or barrow at NJSA events will pay a participation fee of $5 per contest.
  • ALL ENTRIES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE
  •  A $15 Junior Member Fee must be paid in order to exhibit in NJSA events. This fee is to help cover expenses with NJSA Regional and National Shows. The participation fee will be paid at each show the NJSA member participates in during the NJSA show calendar year (August 1st – July 31st).
  • Exhibitors must wear their exhibitor numbers given to them at registration during the gilt and barrow shows and showmanship contest.
  • NSR is not liable for accidents.
  • If exhibitor is not present to show his/her hog, the hog cannot be exhibited unless previously approved by NJSA staff.  If a hog is exhibited by anyone other than the registered exhibitor without permission from NJSA staff, the exhibitor will be completely disqualified from the show and all premiums and awards will be revoked.  This includes incidences of illness, double-entry in a class, and emergencies.
  • No clipping of hogs is allowed on the show grounds.
  • No print advertising is allowed on exhibitor clothing while in the show ring.
  • No parents, friends, or family members are allowed in the make-up ring or show ring with an exhibitor.  All exhibitors must be able to be in the make-up ring and show ring by themselves or are not permitted to show.  An NJSA Junior Board member may be requested to assist an exhibitor if necessary.
  • Youth for Quality Care of Animals (YQCA) certification is required by all junior exhibitors at every NJSA show.
  • A premises ID number to exhibit at an NJSA event.  It is easy to obtain a premises ID number by clicking here.  This is where you will find your state and contact the person listed for your state.  You may also contact the NJSA for more information. 

BRED + OWNED ENTRIES:

  • Bred + Owned entries must also be entered in the Junior Show Gilt entries section of the entry form.
  • Bred + Owned entry fees are $10 per entry. This entry fee will remain in the Bred + Owned division to ensure quality recognition and sustainability for the program.
  • Animal Registration number and Owner/Breeder number are required at entry.
  • Family Certification Forms https://forms.gle/AmWMofGtpCcFB4BTA must be submitted if more than one junior member is listed as the owner and breeder of the animal on the pedigree.
  • All Bred + Owned entries are due prior to the show. No Bred + Owned entries will be accepted at the show.

ARRIVAL/DISMISSAL

  • Open and junior entries are penned separately.  Hogs are penned by state, in alphabetical order according to the exhibitors’ last name.  Requests are accepted to be penned next to another exhibitor(s) from the same state up until 7 days prior to the start of the show by calling the NSR office.  Requests are not accepted for exhibitors to be penned with others from different states.  Crossbreds, purebreds, barrows and gilts are all penned together.  Two pigs per pen per family are required; gilts and barrows will be penned together.  Divider gates will not be provided. Pen cards cannot be moved once posted at a show.
  • Animals will not be released until the completion of the Sweepstakes Award Ceremony or the posted release times.  If animals leave unexcused before the release time, the exhibitor and their family will not be allowed to participate in NJSA events for one year.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • All hogs must be identified by a permanent ear notch and a federally approved permanently numbered ear tag. For more information on what tags are required, click here.
  • All NJSA purebred gilt and market hog entries must be registered Duroc, Hampshire, Landrace or Yorkshire.
  • Gilts that are being exhibited must be guaranteed open (not bred).
  • Substitutions will be allowed at the show.
  • Purebred and crossbred entries may be purchased females or market hogs, but must be owned by the junior exhibitor, the exhibitor’s family name, or exhibitor’s farm name, 60 days prior to the date of show, or by the specified ownership deadline. 
  • Gilts and market hogs must meet all registration eligibility requirements of their respective breed associations. NSR field staff or qualified NSR representatives will inspect all gilts and market hogs for breed eligibility.
  • Any gilts or market hogs that do not meet eligibility requirements may not be used for showmanship. All efforts will be made to help these youth find replacement hogs to use in showmanship.
  • In order to show a crossbred gilt or barrow, you must show one purebred barrow for every one crossbred barrow, and one purebred gilt for every one crossbred gilt.
  • Purebred breeding gilt classes will be broken according to farrowing dates, with class size as equal as possible.
  • Crossbred breeding gilt and all market hog classes will be broken according to weight, with class size as equal as possible.
  • Scales will be made available to exhibitors at NJSA shows. Exhibitors must turn in a card with the declared weight of market hogs or crossbred gilts by the specified time. The top three hogs in each class will be re-weighed. Hogs must not be more than 15 pounds over or under card weight. If the hog weighs out, it will be dismissed from the class. (Exception: NBS® Junior Barrow Classic entries will be weighed by Hormel. No weigh backs will take place.)
  • Exhibitors of Breed Champions, Reserve Breed Champions, Bred-and-Owned Breed Champions and Bred-and-Owned Reserve Champions must come to the ring for the overall champion drive (where applicable) or exhibitor will be disqualified and forfeit all premiums.  
  • If a gilt or market hog is unable to compete for division champion, breed champion or overall champion due to sickness or injury incurred after winning their respective class, the exhibitor is able to keep their class winning premiums.  A committee of 3 or more NSR, NJSA, or veterinarian staff will make the decision if the gilt or market hog is too sick or injured to compete.  If it is determined that the hog is too injured or sick to compete, the reserve will move up.  Only reserve will move up, no 2nd place class winners.
  • All breed gilt and barrow champions and reserve champions, champion and reserve champion Bred & Owned gilts will be DNA tested for the presence of the stress gene, parentage verification, and breed purity at the conclusion of the show.
  • NSR and NJSA reserve the right to randomly collect a DNA profile on exhibited animals for stress gene, parentage verification and breed purity at any event where registered animals are exhibited. This collection will be supervised by NSR or NJSA representatives.
  • NJSA reserves the right to randomly test for the presence of unapproved drugs in swine entries.
  • The NJSA Southeast Regional, Western Regional, Southwest Regional, Eastern Regional, World Pork Expo Junior National and National Junior Summer Spectacular market hog shows are not terminal shows. Exhibitors will be responsible for their own market hogs at the completion of the show.
  • The NBS® Junior Barrow Classic, American Royal and NAILE market hog shows are terminal shows, and hogs will be marketed by the respective show organizations.
  • Champion and Reserve Champion gilts of the Duroc, Hampshire, Landrace and Yorkshire breeds from all NJSA events held in conjunction with NSR open shows and sales are allowed in the NSR sale with no consignment fee.
  • Gilts shown in the Southeast Regional, National Junior Summer Spectacular and WPX Junior National are eligible to be exhibited in the open show and sold, as long as they are double-entered in the name of the junior exhibitor for both shows. All double-entered gilts must be entered with both the open show and NJSA show entry forms.  If the gilt is selected to be in the sale from the open show, she MUST be offered for sale through the ring.
  • Double entered gilts must follow open show rules.  If selected from the open NSR show to sell the gilt is required to be offered for sale through the ring.  The owner has the option to buy the gilt back at 15% commission of the final bid price.  No exceptions will be made to this rule. Any hog that does not show up for the sale of their hog will be fined the average sale price of that breed, banned from exhibiting for one year, and will be unable to show after one year if the fine has not been paid. 

HEALTH REGULATIONS

Coming Soon

General Information

  • Entry Deadline: Oct. 7, 2020
  • Farrowing Deadline: April 1, 2020
  • Ownership Deadline: Sept. 30, 2020
  • Contests: Purebred and crossbred Gilt Show, Purebred and Crossbred Barrow Shows, Showmanship Contest and Skillathon Contest.
  • Additional Events: Silent Auction, Live Dessert Auction, MVP Event, Barnyard Olympics
  • Limit per Exhibitor: Exhibitors may enter up to 6 total gilts, which can include a maximum of 2 crossbred gilts. Exhibitors may enter up to 6 total barrows, which can include a maximum of 2 crossbred barrows.
  • Barrow Weights: 290 lbs. or less with 15 lb. weigh-back
  • Crossbred Gilt Weights: 375 lbs. or less with 15 lb. weigh-back

EXHIBITOR REQUIREMENTS

  • All exhibitors must be members of the National Junior Swine Association (NJSA) to compete in NJSA events.
  • Exhibitors must be 21 years of age or younger as of Jan. 1, 2020.
  • Although some circumstances require animals to be housed at an alternative location, it is strongly encouraged that animals are under the direct care of the owner/exhibitor.
  • No entries accepted at the show. 
  • Exhibitors will pay an entry fee of $30 per purebred gilt or barrow that will be listed on the individual entry form. The crossbred barrow or gilt entry fee is $40. *NOTE:   Entries postmarked after deadline are considered late entries. Late entry fees are $60 for purebreds and $80 for crossbreds. Late entries may not be accepted due to space limitations. 
  • Bred & Owned entry fees are $10 per entry. Bred & Owned entries must also be entered in the junior show gilt entry section of the entry form.
  • All participants who do not show a gilt or barrow at NJSA events will pay a participation fee of $5 per contest.
  • ALL ENTRIES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE
  •  A $15 Junior Member Fee must be paid in order to exhibit in NJSA events. This fee is to help cover expenses with NJSA Regional and National Shows. The participation fee will be paid at each show the NJSA member participates in during the NJSA show calendar year (Aug. 1 – July 31).
  • Exhibitors must wear their exhibitor numbers given to them at registration during the gilt and barrow shows and showmanship contest.
  • NSR is not liable for accidents.
  • If exhibitor is not present to show his/her hog, the hog cannot be exhibited unless previously approved by NJSA staff.  If a hog is exhibited by anyone other than the registered exhibitor without permission from NJSA staff, the exhibitor will be completely disqualified from the show and all premiums and awards will be revoked.  This includes incidences of illness, double-entry in a class, and emergencies.
  • No clipping of hogs is allowed on the show grounds.
  • No print advertising is allowed on exhibitor clothing while in the show ring.
  • No parents, friends, or family members are allowed in the make-up ring or show ring with an exhibitor.  All exhibitors must be able to be in the make-up ring and show ring by themselves or are not permitted to show.  An NJSA Junior Board member may be requested to assist an exhibitor if necessary.
  • Youth for Quality Care of Animals (YQCA) certification is required by all junior exhibitors at every NJSA show.
  • A premises ID number to exhibit at an NJSA event.  It is easy to obtain a premises ID number by clicking here.  This will prompt you to open a PDF document where you will then find your state and contact the person listed for your state.  You may also contact the NJSA for more information. 

BRED + OWNED ENTRIES:

  • Bred + Owned entries must also be entered in the Junior Show Gilt entries section of the entry form.
  • Bred + Owned entry fees are $10 per entry. This entry fee will remain in the Bred + Owned division to ensure quality recognition and sustainability for the program.
  • Animal Registration number and Owner/Breeder number are required at entry.
  • Family Certification Forms https://forms.gle/AmWMofGtpCcFB4BTA must be submitted if more than one junior member is listed as the owner and breeder of the animal on the pedigree.
  • All Bred + Owned entries are due prior to the show. No Bred + Owned entries will be accepted at the show.

ARRIVAL/DISMISSAL

  • Open and junior entries are penned separately.  Hogs are penned by state, in alphabetical order according to the exhibitors’ last name.  Requests are accepted to be penned next to another exhibitor(s) from the same state up until 7 days prior to the start of the show by calling the NSR office.  Requests are not accepted for exhibitors to be penned with others from different states.  Crossbreds, purebreds, barrows and gilts are all penned together.  Two pigs per pen per family are required; gilts and barrows will be penned together.  Divider gates will not be provided. Pen cards cannot be moved once posted at a show.
  • Animals will not be released until the completion of the Sweepstakes Award Ceremony or the posted release times.  If animals leave unexcused before the release time, the exhibitor and their family will not be allowed to participate in NJSA events for one year.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • All hogs must be identified by a permanent ear notch and a federally approved permanently numbered ear tag. For more information on what tags are required, click here.
  • All NJSA purebred gilt and market hog entries must be registered Duroc, Hampshire, Landrace or Yorkshire.
  • Gilts that are being exhibited must be guaranteed open (not bred).
  • Substitutions will be allowed at the show.
  • Purebred and crossbred entries may be purchased females or market hogs, but must be owned by the junior exhibitor, the exhibitor’s family name, or exhibitor’s farm name, 60 days prior to the date of show, or by the specified ownership deadline. 
  • Gilts and market hogs must meet all registration eligibility requirements of their respective breed associations. NSR field staff or qualified NSR representatives will inspect all gilts and market hogs for breed eligibility.
  • Any gilts or market hogs that do not meet eligibility requirements may not be used for showmanship. All efforts will be made to help these youth find replacement hogs to use in showmanship.
  • In order to show a crossbred gilt or barrow, you must show one purebred barrow for every one crossbred barrow, and one purebred gilt for every one crossbred gilt.
  • Purebred breeding gilt classes will be broken according to farrowing dates, with class size as equal as possible.
  • Crossbred breeding gilt and all market hog classes will be broken according to weight, with class size as equal as possible.
  • Scales will be made available to exhibitors at NJSA shows. Exhibitors must turn in a card with the declared weight of market hogs or crossbred gilts by the specified time. The top three hogs in each class will be re-weighed. Hogs must not be more than 15 pounds over or under card weight. If the hog weighs out, it will be dismissed from the class. (Exception: NBS® Junior Barrow Classic entries will be weighed by Hormel. No weigh backs will take place.)
  • Exhibitors of Breed Champions, Reserve Breed Champions, Bred-and-Owned Breed Champions and Bred-and-Owned Reserve Champions must come to the ring for the overall champion drive (where applicable) or exhibitor will be disqualified and forfeit all premiums.  
  • If a gilt or market hog is unable to compete for division champion, breed champion or overall champion due to sickness or injury incurred after winning their respective class, the exhibitor is able to keep their class winning premiums.  A committee of 3 or more NSR, NJSA, or veterinarian staff will make the decision if the gilt or market hog is too sick or injured to compete.  If it is determined that the hog is too injured or sick to compete, the reserve will move up.  Only reserve will move up, no 2nd place class winners.
  • All breed gilt and barrow champions and reserve champions, champion and reserve champion Bred & Owned gilts will be DNA tested for the presence of the stress gene, parentage verification, and breed purity at the conclusion of the show.
  • NSR and NJSA reserve the right to randomly collect a DNA profile on exhibited animals for stress gene, parentage verification and breed purity at any event where registered animals are exhibited. This collection will be supervised by NSR or NJSA representatives.
  • NJSA reserves the right to randomly test for the presence of unapproved drugs in swine entries.
  • The NJSA Southeast Regional, Western Regional, Southwest Regional, Eastern Regional, World Pork Expo Junior National and National Junior Summer Spectacular market hog shows are not terminal shows. Exhibitors will be responsible for their own market hogs at the completion of the show.
  • The NBS® Junior Barrow Classic, American Royal and NAILE market hog shows are terminal shows, and hogs will be marketed by the respective show organizations.
  • Champion and Reserve Champion gilts of the Duroc, Hampshire, Landrace and Yorkshire breeds from all NJSA events held in conjunction with NSR open shows and sales are allowed in the NSR sale with no consignment fee.
  • Gilts shown in the Southeast Regional, National Junior Summer Spectacular and WPX Junior National are eligible to be exhibited in the open show and sold, as long as they are double-entered in the name of the junior exhibitor for both shows. All double-entered gilts must be entered with both the open show and NJSA show entry forms.  If the gilt is selected to be in the sale from the open show, she MUST be offered for sale through the ring.
  • Double entered gilts must follow open show rules.  If selected from the open NSR show to sell the gilt is required to be offered for sale through the ring.  The owner has the option to buy the gilt back at 15% commission of the final bid price.  No exceptions will be made to this rule. Any hog that does not show up for the sale of their hog will be fined the average sale price of that breed, banned from exhibiting for one year, and will be unable to show after one year if the fine has not been paid. 

Effective July 1st, 2019, siblings living at the same address can be listed on the same pedigree as the breeder and owner and qualify for the Bred and Owned division. No farm names will be accepted. Everyone listed on the pedigree must qualify as an NJSA member and be under the age of 21 as of Jan. 1 of the current year.

If more than one member is listed on a pedigree, a family certification form must be completed. This form can be found HERE. Family certification forms must be submitted to the NSR office 10 business days prior to the first show exhibitors plan to participate in the Bred and Owned program.  

Animals shown in the Bred and Owned division will be entered at time of show entry. In order to enter for the Bred and Owned division, you must have the animal’s registration number as well as the breeder’s owner number. Animals will need to be entered in the gilt show, as well as the Bred and Owned division on the entry form.Entry fees for the Bred and Owned division will be $10/animal. This entry fee will remain in the Bred and Owned program to ensure quality recognition and sustainability for the program.

Entries for the Bred and Owned division will be done at time of show entry. Bred and Owned entries will not be accepted at the show!


CROSS BREEDING INFO FORM

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BREED
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FEDERAL
EAR TAGS

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PREMISE
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YQCA
CERTIFICATION

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