Livestock Classifications – Rules & Regulations
1. The Region of Peel Agricultural Society has again adopted the classifications as suggested by the Canada Department of Agriculture and the following rules concerning this classification apply.
2. Health-all animals shown must be in healthy condition, free of all diseases. Veterinarians of the Health of Animals Division Canada Department of Agriculture make checks from time to time to see that this rule is enforced. Ontario has Brucellosis-free status now. Agriculture Canada informs us of the following regulation change: Certificate of Health (form 4's) are not necessary for animals going to shows in Ontario. All animals from out of province must have certificate of health.
NOTE: NO ANIMALS WILL BE ALLOWED OFF TRUCKS WITHOUT APPROPRIATE HEALTH CERTIFICATES.
3 Registration certificates must accompany each animal so that they may be checked as the animal enters the ring and all cattle must be property of the exhibitor.
4. a) For the purposes of the Classification as an exhibit shall be interpreted as follows: All purebred registered animals, whether owned by one person or by more than one person (individually or jointly) which are maintained on one farm or breeding unit, are considered to be the production of that farm or breeding unit. An exhibit is a unit of livestock qualifying for an entry into a class as specified in the classifications. Classes J and K in the Beef Cattle Section are considered to be one exhibit for definition purposes.
4. b) For the purposes of the Classifications a breeding unit is defined as follows: In each classification where the same or common interests are involved in more than one breeding operation such operations are considered as one breeding unit. In all cases where there is any doubt that more than one breeding unit exists, the interpretation shall be that only one breeding unit exists. The responsibility of proof of separation of breeding units shall rest with the exhibitor(s).
5. Checking of exhibits is the responsibility of the fair or exhibition adopting the Classifications. The fair must exclude ineligible animals and those not positively identified before judging.
All animals should be on grounds by 10:00 a.m. unless otherwise stated.
Sections will be judged in the order they appear in the prize list.
All applicable general rules of Brampton Fair shall apply.
Entry fee of 20% will be deducted from prize money unless otherwise indicated.
NO DUMPING OF MILK ON FAIRGROUNDS PROPERTY.
SECTION 7 - HOLSTEIN
Friday, September 15, 2017 at 6:30 p.m.
Chairperson: Tim Armstrong
Associate: Peter Christie
Judge: Jason French
Rules & Regulations
1. General rules of the fair and dairy cattle apply unless otherwise stipulated below.
2. Entries must be received by Monday, September 11th, 2017 to avoid late fees and guarantee inclusion in the catalogue. Entry forms must be fully completed, including name of exhibitor, name of animal, date of birth and name of sire. Passes will be given out when cattle are on fairgrounds. The exhibitor must be the owner as appears on the pedigree of the animal and not the leadsperson.
3. Entry fee of $5.00/entry must accompany entries. Late entry fee of $10.00 per entry for entries received after September 11th, 2017. All exhibitors must pay a $5.00 membership fee to the Region of Peel Agricultural Society (Brampton Fall Fair). Cheques should be made payable to the Brampton Fall Fair.
Send entries to: Brampton Fall Fair
12942 Heart Lake Road
Caledon, Ontario LC 2J3
4. This is an open Holstein Show.
5. One animal substitution applicable to any class per exhibitor.
6. A Standard’s Exhibitor’s Agreement must be signed by all exhibitors.
7. Points to be awarded to fifth place on the top six animals in all individual classes. Junior females and dry cows to count only half points of milking females.
8. All animals to be on the grounds with appropriate registration papers and any health papers required by noon on the day of the show.
Prize money for the Halton-Peel Holstein show is made available from the following:
Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food,
20% of prize money, maximum $100
Remainder - Region of Peel Agricultural Society
Ribbons - Region of Peel Agricultural Society
EastGen has generously donated two Sweepstake certificates ( $100.00 Semen voucher) All competitors names will be entered into this Sweepstake draw and two winners will be randomly drawn at the show.
Classes 1 to 5 – 1st - $55.00, 2nd - $50.00, 3rd - $40.00, 4th - $30.00, 5th - $25.00, 6th - $20.00, 7th - $15.00, 8th - $15.00, 9th - $10.00, 10th - $10.00
Class 6 & 9– Ribbons only
Class 7,8 & 10 – 1st - $55.00, 2nd - $50.00, 3rd - $40.00, 4th - $30.00, 5th - $25.00
- Junior Calf Class – born on or after March 1, 2017.
- Intermediate Calf – born Dec. 1, 2016 - Feb 28, 2017
- Senior Calf – born Sept 1, 2016 – Nov 30, 2016
- Summer Yearling – born June 1, 2016 – Aug 31, 2016
- Junior Yearling – born – March 1, 2016 – May 31, 2016
- Champion 4-H Calf – 1st and 2nd 4-H calves exhibited in classes 1,2,3,4 & 5
- Intermediate Yearling – born Dec 1, 2015 – Feb 28, 2016
- Senior Yearling – born Sept 1, 2015 to Nov 30, 2015
- Junior Champion & Reserve Junior Champion – 1st and 2nd place entries in classes 1 to 8
- Junior Herd of Three – Three junior females bred by exhibitor, two to be owned by the exhibitor, partnerships allowed,
Premier Exhibitor Banner - Sponsored by Gencor An attractive Premier Exhibitor Banner will be presented to the individual, partnership or institution having the largest number of points that have been won in the individual classes by not more than ten animals owned by the exhibitor. This does not limit the number of animals that may be shown. In the case of jointly owned animals, the joint ownership will be considered as one exhibitor. No part of the points awarded will count towards the individual score of any of the joint owners. Points will be awarded on the following basis:
|Dry Cows & Jr Females||10||9||8||7||6||5||4||3||2||1|
Premier Breeder Banner - Sponsored by Gencor. An attractive Premier Breeder Banner will be presented to the individual, partnership or institution having the largest number of points that have been won in individual classes (excluding bulls) by not more than ten animals, bred but not necessarily owned by the winner. In the case of jointly bred animals, the prefix of the animal will be followed in awarding the points. Points are awarded as for Premier Exhibitor.
Halton-Peel Holstein Club Awards will be presented in each class to the highest placing animal bred and owned by the exhibitor plus 1st place winners by all exhibitors.
In keeping with the basic philosophy of the Canadian Dairy Breeds, ethics are an individual responsibility. However, it should be understood that violators are subject to the disciplinary provisions of their breed association's rules and regulations.