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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.
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.
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!