Please read all rules carefully.
Entry Forms are Due
October 1, 2017
Livestock & Poultry Shows
For more livestock information contact Debra Pease at 587-2388 or 682-7824 or  dpease55@gmail.com
for Poultry contact Jim Phelps 764-3488 or jphelps@nctv.com
Shows are open to Exhibitors from Bryan, Bulloch, Candler,
Evans, Jenkins, Screven & Tattnall Counties.
GENERAL LIVESTOCK RULES
Entries to be received on the grounds as follows:
Saturday, Oct 14:          Honey             9 am – 2 pm (Main Building)
Sunday, Oct 15:            Poultry            2—3 pm
                 Honey             2 pm – 5 pm (Main Building)
Monday, Oct 16:           Rabbits           1 pm—4 pm
Tuesday, Oct 17:          Hogs               1 pm– 4 pm
Wednesday Oct 18      Goats              1 pm—4 pm
Thursday Oct 19:          Lambs             1 pm—4 pm
Saturday, Oct 21:         Steers & Heifers         9 am—11 am

1.        For specific rules governing our show classification, refer to Division Rules and regulations for your animal.
2.        Bedding will be available
3.        No animals will remain in the barn after their respective shows except Poultry (See Poultry Guideines) and Rabbits.  Both will remain on the grounds from Sunday, October
15th until Sunday,  October 22nd..
4.        The Fair will furnish daily veterinary service while animals are at the fairgrounds; the Fair will not be responsible for loss, health or injury of any animal.
5.        All animals must be clean and well groomed.  Pens must be neat and clean in order to qualify for premiums.
6.        There will be a Clean Stall Award for each night.  Exhibitors are encouraged to keep stalls clean and use exhibit cards for their space.
7.        Cattle entries must be halter broken and must be tied with neck rope and halter.
8.        Animals must be owned and in possession of the exhibitor by August 1, 2016.
9.        All exhibitors must be members of FFA, 4-H or be pre-club age and must exhibit own animal.
10.        All entries must be shown by owner unless cleared through the Show Committee.  Any exhibitor with a disability or handicap may have another exhibitor assist him/her if
necessary.
11.        The Superintendent in charge and Division Chairmen shall make up the Official Show Committee.  They will settle any questions not covered by these rules as listed in the
catalog and will be the governing body on any question arising.  If exhibitors cannot agree to follow decisions, he or she will be barred from any participation in any part of this
livestock show.
12.        All purebred entries must show date of birth and registration information to enable Livestock Committee to properly classify each animal upon arrival.  Five of any one breed
will constitute a Breed Show.  If there are not five purebreds of any one breed these will be placed in “Other Breeds” Show.
13.        All premiums will be paid by the Comptroller of the Kiwanis Ogeechee Fair and will be available to exhibitors at the end of the shows each night.
14.        Honey entries will be located in the Main Building during Fair Week.

NEW!!  On-Line Entry  
This year we are starting On-Line Entry.  Livestock can be entered as well as other division all in one place. Please see On-Line Entry Tab for instructions.
kiwanisogeecheefair.fairentry.com

HONEY RULES
1.        All entries must be produced by the contestant within the last calendar year.

2.        Each member may make only one entry per class.  Duplication (same product) of entries by families is prohibited.

3.        Once honey or other items have been accepted into the competition by the Show Secretary, items may not be altered.

4.        After submitting entries to the show Secretary, competitors may not enter the area where the entries have been placed.

5.        The Secretary, Steward or Judges are the only persons who may enter the honey judging area.

6.        Judges will enter the honey show area after the close of entry acceptance. This is to ensure as close to a blind judging as possible.


CLASS 1:  EXTRACTED HONEY
1.        All forms of extracted honey are to be presented in one pound queenline glass jars.

2.        Extracted honey is judged in three classes: light, medium, and dark.

3.        One entry of extracted honey is defined as three (3) one pound jars.


4.        Jars must be either:
A.        One pound glass or plastic queenline jars without tamperproof seals
B.        Closures may be of metal or plastic

Judges evaluate entries on the following:
1.        No labels on jars
2.        Do not use tamper proof seals
3.        Cleanliness of the jar and lid
4.        Correct fill level
5.        Uniformity of the three jars that comprise the entry
6.        Cleanliness and clarity of the honey
7.        Moisture content (only if needed)
8.        Aroma and flavor (for off aromas and/or flavors)

CLASS 2:  CHUNK HONEY
1.        One entry of chunk honey is defined as three (3)    one (1) pound sized jars.
2.        Chunk honey must be displayed in straight sided glass wide mouth jars.
3.        The glass should not be embossed.  Such jars are available from many commercial bee keeping suppliers.
4.        Only one chunk of honey should be in each jar for competition.
5.        The chunk of comb must be in one piece.
6.        The cuts should be clean and uniform.
7.        The chunk comb should be cut and sized to appropriately fit the container.  Honey should fill the rest of the jar to the appropriate fill line.
8.        The comb “chevrons” should be pointed upward.
9.        The comb should extend the length of the jar.
10.        Comb is judged for equal amounts on either side of the center rib.
11.        Judging criteria is the same as extracted honey.

CLASS 3:  BLACK JAR
1.        It is suggested that the jar be “black”, however entries in clear jars will be accepted.  Entries must be unmarked and unlabeled or identifiable in any way.
2.        An entry is judged for flavor only.

BEESWAX
Wax is judged on cleanliness, uniformity of appearance, color, aroma and absence of defects such as cracks, uneven surface and shrinkage.  An entry of Beeswax may be made in each of the
following classes:

CLASS 4:  WAX BLOCK
1.        The block must weigh between one and two pounds but no more.
2.        The block should be smooth-surfaced and free of decorations or embellishments.

AWARDS
It is the intention that ribbons will be given in all classes even if there is only one entry in the class. However, in order to receive an award that entry must be worthy of placement. Entry into a class
does not guarantee an award.
Prize money will be the same as listed in Produce Section.  Contestants found willfully cheating or purposefully altering or disfiguring an entry for the purpose of questioning the validity of judging
will be permanently disqualified from the Honey Show.



POULTRY EXHIBIT
Please Read Carefully

1.        The Poultry Exhibit will be conducted by The Kiwanis Club of Statesboro.  The exhibit is promoted through area FFA and 4-H chapters and clubs, but any student, kindergarten through
college-age may exhibit poultry.  Poultry that is exhibited must be provided through The Kiwanis Club of Statesboro.  A “micro-flock” of six purebred pullets will be provided to approved applicants in
March or April of each year.  On occasion, flocks may be received during the Fair for exhibit at the following fair.  Application forms and additional information may be obtained through FFA and 4-H
advisors or by contacting co-chairs Jim Phelps, , at 1012 Moss Creek Circle, Statesboro, GA  30461 (jphelps@nctv.com) or Alex Grovenstein at 808 Cottonwood Trail, Pembroke, GA 31321
(agrovenstein@gmail.com).   The Poultry Exhibit is open to residents of the seven counties served by the fair (Bulloch, Bryan, Candler, Evans, Jenkins, Screven, and Tattnall).  Applications will no
longer be accepted when space available for exhibition is taken.

2.        Applications must be approved by a parent or guardian and by either an FFA or 4-H advisor (if the student is enrolled in either organization).

3.        Each student receiving chicks is required to exhibit three hens in the fair following delivery of the chicks.  The three hens must be brought to the poultry area between two and three
o’clock p.m. on the Sunday preceding the fair and must be collected between two and three o’clock p.m. on the Sunday following the fair.

4.        Hens will be examined and judged by qualified personnel.  Premiums will be awarded, and the decisions of the judge(s) will be final.

5.        First Place, Second Place and Third Place will be awarded in each class of poultry.  In the event there are fewer than three flocks in a given class, breeds of various classes will be
combined.  Out of the class winners a Grand Champion Flock and Reserve Champion Flock will be selected.

6.        Poultry must remain in the exhibit throughout the fair.  Water and feed will be provided by Kiwanis personnel.  Waterers and feeders are also provided.

7.        The Kiwanis Club of Statesboro will not be responsible for the loss, health, or injury of any animal.

Premiums
1st
Place Flock from Each Class:                         $15         2nd Place Flock from Each Class           $10        3rd Place Flock from Each Class                $5
Overall Grand Champion Flock:             $25                Reserve Champion Flock:                       $20

THE KIWANIS LIVESTOCK PROJECT
The Kiwanis Livestock Project is designed to provide livestock animals to FFA-4-H and pre-club members in the Ogeechee Fair Area (Bryan, Bulloch, Candler, Evans, Jenkins, Screven & Tattnall
counties) based upon their express interest and need.  The intent of this project is to provide exposure and to encourage learning about livestock and its role in agriculture and youth development.
Rules for Kiwanis Livestock Project

1.        Applications will be posted on Kiwanis Ogeechee Fair Website and email to all Ag Teachers and County Agents during the months of January and February.

2.        Applications will be filled out COMPLETELY to be considered.  

3.        Any application not signed by applicant, parents/guardians and advisors will not be considered, with the exception of pre-club participants.

4.        Applications must be returned by deadline listed on application.

5.        Applications will be reviewed by a committee of at least three individuals familiar with livestock and the practices of showing livestock.  

6.        Applications are open to Bryan, Bulloch, Candler, Evans, Jenkins, Screven & Tattnall Counties. All completed applications will be considered regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national
origin, disability or genetic information.  

7.        Applicants must be pre-school through 12th grade during the year of application.

8.        Applications are open to Kiwanis member children in the seven county area.  These will be reviewed   and treated as all applications with no preference given.

9.        Applicants can only be awarded one species per year.  If they apply for a market hog, they can not apply for any other type of animal.  Applicants can not receive the same species of animal
more than once.

10.        Applicants can apply for a different species in other years.  If less than the limited number of animals are applied for the applicant will be considered to receive his/her request.

11.        No more than 24 animals and two (2) bee hives will be awarded per year.

12.        Livestock applicants will be notified in March-April of their status.

13.        Livestock will be delivered as soon as possible.  Selection of individual animals will be by lottery drawing starting with the youngest applicant first.

14.        Animals MUST be shown at the Kiwanis Ogeechee Fair of the year awarded.  Participants are encouraged to show in as many shows as they like.   If the animal is healthy and in good show
trim and the participant does not show at the Kiwanis Ogeechee Fair the purchase price of the animal will be billed to the participant.  Payment will be due by the last day of the fair.

15.        Participants will be contacted several times through the summer and fall as participants are encouraged to contact Kiwanis over concerns.

16.        Participants are to turn in completed record book at the time of check-in to be considered for premiums.  

YOUTH RABBIT & CAVY SHOW            
Monday, October 16th       
1.        Check-in from 1 pm to 4 pm. Show is open to 4 H, FFA and Pre-Club members from the seven area counties:  Bulloch, Bryan, Candler, Evans, Jenkins, Screven & Tattnall.

2.        Entries must be owned by exhibitor by August 1, 2017.  

3.        Entry Forms must be postmarked by October 1, 2017.  Entry forms may be downloaded  at www.kiwanisogeecheefair.org

4.        All rabbits and/or cavies will be exhibited ii their natural state.  Cream rinses, cutting of hair, dying or altering is not permitted.

5.        This will be a carrying cage show, with each exhibitor will be responsible for his/her rabbits.  Exhibitors will be called to the table to be judged.  Young exhibitors may have help from parents
or advisors.

6.        No rabbit under eight (8) weeks of age will be allowed in the show area.

7.        Any rabbit showing signs of disease will be removed from the show area and entry fee forfeited.

8.        Any exhibitor indicating ownership of rabbits on the judging table, harassing, interfering or attempting to influence the judge will be disqualified and forfeit all fees and winnings.

9.        Breeding rabbits will not be allowed in the barn area.

10.        Animals are not to be carried around thee fairgrounds.  They are to remain in the livestock barn until released to leave the grounds.

11.        Rabbits must be purebred.  Breeds open to Youth are:  American Sable, Dutch, English Lop, Holland Lop, Jersey Wooly, Lionhead, Mini Lop, Mini Rex, Netherland Dwarf and Polish.

12.        It takes five (5) of one breed to make a show for that breed.  Less than five of one of one breed will be placed in “Other Breeds”.
Premiums                1st - $20              2nd - $18              3rd -  $16              4th -  $14              5th - $12      6th & under - $10
                           Grand Champion        $50                Reserve Champion        $35

YOUTH MARKET HOG SHOW — 4H & FFA                       
Tuesday, October 17th          Starting at 6 pm
HEALTH REQUIREMENTS Exhibition of Livestock in Georgia
ALL LIVESTOCK MUST HAVE CURRENT HEALTH PAPERS
Swine must be apparently healthy. Market Hogs over 4 months of age must have a negative Brucellosis test and a negative pseudo rabies test within 30 days of the show.  
RULES FOR MARKET HOG SHOW
1.        All market hogs must be owned by, in the possession of and under the care of the exhibitor as of August 1, 2017.

2.        Entries are due by October 1, 2017.

3.        Entry Fee is $10.00 per animal.  No fee for Showmanship.  Fee in non-refundable.  Check-in 1 pm – 4 pm, Tuesday, October 17.

4.        There will be only one (1) showmanship and one (1) clean stall award during the swine shows.

5.        Each exhibitor may enter up to three (3) market hogs.

6.        It is suggested that pigs be farrowed on or after April 1, 2017.

7.        Entries that are
a.        lighter than 225 lbs.
b.        heavier than 275 lbs.
c.        below U.S. Grade No. 2
d.        bruised, cut late, unsound or lame or
e.        not of show caliber will be eliminated by the sifting committee and penned separately from show animals.

8.        All hogs will be weighed individually upon arrival and inspected by the screening committee.

9.        Classes will be determined by weight ONLY.

10.        HEALTH CERTIFICATES ARE REQUIRED.

11.        Hogs must be eligible for show to enter showmanship.

12.        Kiwanis Market Hog Project participants must turn in record book at check-in.  Any Project Hog without a record book will be disqualified for awards.

13.        All market hogs are to be removed from the barn at the completion of the show.  No animals will be left over night.  Kiwanis will not be responsible if animals are left in barn.

14.        The decision of the judges will be final.

15.        All entries must be shown by owner unless cleared through Show Committee.  A handicapped or disabled exhibitor may have an assistant if needed as long as the assistant is an exhibitor.

16.        Classes are open to 4H and FFA members and pre-club age participants.   

YOUTH BREEDER SWINE SHOW—4H & FFA               
Tuesday, October 17th  following Market Hog Show

Health Requirements same as Market Hog
1.        All breeding gilts must be owned by, in the possession of and the under the care of the exhibitor as of August 1. 2017.

2.        Entries are due by October 1, 2017.

3.        Entry Fee is $10.00 per animal.  No fee for Showmanship.  Fee is non-refundable. Check-in Tuesday, October 17, 1 pm – 4 pm.

4.        There will be only one (1) showmanship and one (1) clean stall award during the swine shows.

5.        To participate in purebred classes gilts must have a Registration Certificate.

6.        If any class has more than 10 entries, that class will be divided equally by age (older group and younger group).  In case of odd entry, that entry will show in the older group.

7.         Exhibitors are limited to three (3) breeding gilts.

8.        HEALTH CERTIFICATES ARE REQUIRED.

9.        If fewer than five (5) swine are entered for a breed, they will be placed in Lot 5 Other Breeds.

10.        Commercial Gilts will be shown by weight ONLY.

11.        All decisions of the judge will be final.

12.        All gilts are to be removed from the barn at the completion of the Breeding Gilt Show.  

13.        All entries must be shown by owner unless cleared through Show Committee A handicapped or disabled exhibitor may have an assistant if needed as long as the assistant is an exhibitor in
the Show.

14.        Classes are opened to 4 H, FFA and pre-club age participants attending school in the seven county area.

Please note Class for Pure Bred Gilts below:
Class 1        Gilts farrowed Feb 1 - Feb 29, 2017
Class 2        Gilts farrowed Mar 1- Mar 31, 2017
Class 3        Gilts farrowed Apr 1 – Apr 30, 2017
Premiums for Swine Classes                        1st - $25        2nd - $22        3rd - $19        4th - $16        5th - $13         6th & Below - $10
                                                           Grand Champion:                 $75 & Award                Reserve Champion                 $50 & Award  
Showmanship and Clean Pen Award is for entire Swine Show. In Showmanship you can show either a gilt or market hog.

YOUTH MARKET GOAT SHOW – 4H & FFA                
Wednesday, October 18th        Starting at 6 pm
HEALTH REQUIREMENTS  Exhibition of livestock in Georgia
ALL GOATS MUST HAVE CURRENT HEALTH CERTIFICATES
Goats must be free from any clinical signs consistent with those of foot rot, scabies, contagious ecthyma (soremouth), cutaneous fungal lesions, scrapie or any other contagious disease.
Goats must be healthy at receiving and remain so throughout the show.  Goats must have health papers but no official blood test is required.
RULES FOR MARKET GOAT SHOW
1.        Market Goat classes open only to 4H & FFA members (plus pre-club) which have pre-entered their goats with their local County agent or Vocational Agriculture Teacher prior to August 1,
2017.

2.        Entry forms are due by October 1, 2017.

3.        Entry Fee is $10.00 per goat.  No fee for Showmanship.  Fee is non-refundable.  Check-in Wednesday, October 18, 1 pm - 4 pm.

4.        All goats must be removed from the barn at the conclusion of the Market Goat Show.  No animal should remain overnight.

5.        Kiwanis Market Goat Project participants must turn in record books at check-in.  Any Project Goat without a record book will be disqualified for awards.  Project Goats will show in regular
weight classes.

6.        Maximum of three (3) goats per exhibitor will be allowed

7.        This show is open to any breed or cross-bred wether or doe.

8.        All goats must be dehorned or horns tipped.

9.        All goats must be trained for showing.

10.        Goats must be caring milk teeth at time of weigh-in.  The Show Committee reserves the right to mouth goats to determine age.  Goats showing either or both of the first pair of permanent
incisors will not be eligible to show.

11.        The Fair reserves the right to change, combine delete classes with insufficient entries.  Decisions made by the Goat Show and Fair Committee regarding rules and regulations are final.

12.        All goats will be shown by weight.  Show committee will determine classes.  Goats must weigh at least 35 pounds.

13.        All Entries must be shown by owner unless cleared through show committee.  A handicapped or disabled exhibitor may have an assistant.  Assistant must be an exhibitor in the Show.

Prize Money for Market Goats        1st - $28         2nd - $26         3rd - $24        4th - $22        5th - $20        6th & under - $18
                                   Grand Champion                $75 plus Award                Reserve Champion                $50 pus Award
Prize for each Showmanship Division

YOUTH MARKET LAMB SHOW – 4H & FFA                
Thursday, October 19th        Starting 6 pm
HEALTH REQUIREMENTS  Exhibition of livestock in Georgia
ALL LIVESTOCK MUST HAVE CURRENT HEALTH CERTIFICATES
Lambs must be free from any clinical signs consistent with those of foot rot, scabies, contagious ecthyma (soremouth), cutaneous fungal lesions, scrapie or any other contagious disease.
Lambs must be healthy at receiving and remain so throughout the show.  Lambs must have health papers but no official blood test is required.  Ewe Lamb must have a scrappie  tag.
RULES FOR MARKET LAMB SHOW
1.        Market Lamb classes open only to 4H & FFA members (plus pre-club) which have pre-entered their lambs with their local County agent or Vocational Agriculture Teacher prior to August 1,
2016.

2.        Entry forms are due by October 1, 2017.

3.        Entry Fee is $10.00 per lamb.  No fee for Showmanship.  Fee is non-refundable.  Check-in Thursday, October 19th, 1 pm – 4 pm.

4.        All lambs must be removed from the barn at the conclusion of the Market Lambs Show.  No other animal should remain overnight.

5.        Kiwanis Market Lamb Project participants must turn in record books at check-in.  Any Project Lamb without a record book will be disqualified for awards.  Project Lambs will show in regular
weight classes.

6.        Maximum of three (3) lambs per exhibitor will be allowed

7.        This show is open to any breed or cross-bred wether or doe.

8.        All Lambs must be trained for showing.

9.        Lambs must be tagged with an official State Tag obtained from the County Agent or Vocational Agriculture Teacher.

10.        All lambs must have their milk teeth.  The Show Committee reserves the right to mouth lambs to determine age.

11.        The Fair reserves the right to change, combine or delete classes with insufficient entries.  Decisions made by the livestock committee and Fair Committee regarding rules and regulations
are final.

12.        Lambs will be shown by weight.  Show Committee will determine class break down.

13.        All exhibitors must show in the Showmanship Class.

14.        All entries must be shown by owner unless cleared by Show Committee.  Exhibitors with a handicap or disability may have an assistant as long as the assistant is an exhibitor of this show.
Prize Money for Market Lambs        1st - $28        2nd - $26        3rd - $24        5th - $20        6th & under - $18
                                           Grand Champion                $75 plus Award                Reserve Champion                $50 pus Award
Prize for each Showmanship Division

YOUTH FEEDER STEER SHOW – 4H & FFA                
Saturday, October 21st        Starting 2 pm

HEALTH REQUIREMENTS  Exhibition of livestock in Georgia
ALL LIVESTOCK MUST HAVE CURRENT HEALTH CERTIFICATES
BURCELLOSIS:  Steers are exempt from Brucellosis test.
TUBERCULOSIS:  No test requirements on Georgia cattle.  However cattle must originate from herds that are not under TB quarantine.  Out-Of-State cattle must meet Georgia’s import
requirements.

RULES FOR STEER SHOW
1.        Animal must b registered in exhibitor’s name by August 1st, 2017.

2.        Entry forms are due October 1st, 2017

3.        Entry fee is $10.00 per steer.  No fees for showmanship.  Fees are non-refundable.

4.        Check-in is from 9 am to 11 am Saturday, October 21.  Steers will remain in barn until the conclusion of the Heifer Show.  Steers shall not be left in the barn overnight.  Kiwanis will not be
responsible for any animal left over night.

5.        It is suggested that steers be born after August 1, 2017.

6.        Each exhibitor is limited to three (3) steers.

7.        All steers will be shown by weight.  Show officials will determine the number of classes and the number of steers per class.

8.        All steers must be halter broke and shown at halter.  Steers will be tied with neck rope and halter.

9.        All entries must be shown by owner, unless cleared by Show Committee.  A handicap or disabled exhibitor may have an assistant as long as the assistant is an exhibitor of this show.

10.        There will be no sale of steers.

PRIZE MONEY FOR STEERS AND HEIFERS        1st - $30        2nd - $27        3rd - $24        4th - $21        5th - $18        6th - $15         Under 6th - $12
                                                           Clean Stall Award        $10        Grand Champion        $75        Reserve Champion        $50
Only one showmanship Show.  Will combine steers & heifers

Youth Beef Heifers Show – 4H & FFA                       
Saturday, October 21     Following Steer Show

HEALTH REQUIREMENTS
Exhibition of livestock in Georgia
ALL LIVESTOCK MUST HAVE CURRENT HEALTH CERTIFICATES

BRUCELLOUSIS
Negative Brucellosis test on cattle over one year of age.
Brucellosis test exempt on cattle from certified herd.
Brucellosis test exempt on underage official vaccines.
TUBERCULOSIS
No test requirements on Georgia Cattle.  However the cattle must originate from herds not under TB quarantine.
Out-of State cattle must meet Georgia import requirements.

RULES FOR HEIFER SHOW
1.        Heifer must be registered in exhibitors name and in project program by August 1, 2017.

2.        Entry forms are due by October 1, 2017.

3.        Entry fee is $10.00 per heifer.  No fee for showmanship.  Fee is non-refundable.

4.        Registration papers on purebred heifers must be presented at check-in.

5.        Check-in will be from 9 am – 11 am Saturday, Oct 21

6.        Not more than two (2) heifers can be entered per class by an exhibitor and not more than three (3) heifers in entire show.

7.        Heifers that have been calfhood vaccinated for Brucellosis or are from a certified herd need not bee tested by must be accompanied by an official health certificate stating that they are
vaccinated or from a certified and accredited herd.  Heifers that have not been vaccinated or are not from a certified accredited herd must have a negative test for Brucellosis with 30 days of the
show and have a health certificate.

8.        All entries must be shown by owner, unless cleared through Show Committee.  Any handicap or disabled exhibitor may have an assistant as long as the assistant is an exhibitor of this show.

9.        HEALTH CERTIFICATES ARE REQUIRED.

10.        Five or more heifer of one breed constitutes a breed.  Less than five of a breed will be placed in “Other Breeds” class.

11.        All Commercial heifers will be show by weight.  Weight classes will be divided by Show Committee.

12.        Purebred Classes:
A.        Junior Heifer Calves:        calved between Jan 1 & Apr 30, 2017
B.        Senior Heifer Calves:       calved between Sept 1 & Dec 31, 2016
C.        Summer Yearling Heifer:  calved between May 1 & Aug 31, 2016
D.        Senior Yearling Heifer:     calved between Sept 1 & Dec 31, 2015            
E.        Two Year Old Heifer:        calved between May 1  & Aug 31, 2014