1 NEW for 2014 Sign-up for showmanship and the U-Fit contest will be done at the office area NO pre entry sign-up. Reminder that all cattle must be solely owned by the exhibitor. Please see the schedule for changes. BARK will be provided for all cattle!! December 5-7, 2014 Steer Judges: Mark & Deb Core Heifer Judge: Barb Ohlrich U-Fit Demo & Judge: Jon Gevelinger Bred & Owned Steer Judge: TBA Entry form available at: DEADLINE IS NOVEMBER 12, 2014 For more information, contact: Stacey Risinger Brandi Schrader Michigan Winter Classic 453 Fleming Rd. Tekonsha, MI LIKE US ON FACEBOOK! Mark your Calendars! MI Junior Livestock Society Annual Meeting February 8, 2015 at 1:00 P.M.
2 2014 Rules & Regulations Please read carefully before calling with questions. Thank you 1. Eligibility of Exhibitors and Entries: Open to Michigan youth that have reached their 7 th birthday and are not yet 22 as of January 1, All cattle are to be solely owned and shown by the exhibitor making the entry. An exhibitor may enter up to four breeding heifers and two market animals. All exhibitors and parent/guardian must sign the entry form for entry to be accepted. Signing entry indicates that exhibitors understand and agree to abide by all rules and consequences. 2. Entries and Entry Fees: There is a $45.00 entry fee for each animal entered before November 13, Entry fees must accompany entries and sent to: Michigan Winter Classic, 453 Fleming Rd., Tekonsha, MI Checks should be made payable to Michigan Junior Livestock Society- Beef. Entry Fees are non-refundable and must be postmarked (no postage meters) on or before November 12, A $30.00 fee will be charged for all returned checks. Any envelopes postmarked November 13, 2014 and after will be mailed back to the exhibitor. * Late entries for steers and heifers will only be accepted on site at a fee of $100 per head. Late entries will close at 7 pm December 5, 2014 for steers and 6 pm December 6, 2014 for heifers. Do not mail late entries. 3. Arrival: Tack and cattle may begin arriving after 12:00 noon on Thursday, December 4, Doors will remain locked until this time. Steers must be in place by 7 pm on Friday. Livestock trailers may be parked in the north trailer lot. All other vehicles should park in the north spectator lot to avoid congestion. 4. Registration Papers: Registration applications or photocopies WILL NOT be accepted. NO FAXES WILL BE ACCEPTED. ONLY ORIGINAL REGISTRATION PAPERS WILL BE ACCEPTED. Double check tattoos at home, tattoo information provided on registration paper MUST match the tattoo in the animal s ear. All animals not matching the registration paper have the opportunity to show in the commercial heifer class or crossbred steer class. Animals will not be allowed to return to stalling area and be rechecked for appropriate identification after entering a check in chute. 5. Check-In: All check-in will be done in the auditorium. Check-in will be available from 6-8 pm on Thursday, December 4, 2014 and will reopen from 10am-1pm and 3-7pm on Friday, December 5, Exhibitor packets will be distributed from a designated area and must be obtained before checking/weighing in cattle. All steers and heifers that arrive on Thursday or Friday must check in by Friday. Check-in for exhibitors arriving on Saturday with breeding heifers will be from 5-6 pm. All females must be checked in by 6 pm, Saturday December 6, Jackpot Steer and Heifer Division: Optional- only those paying at time of entry can participate. An additional entry fee of $5 must be made at the time of entry. Steer and breeding heifer monies kept separate with splits of 50% to Champion Jackpot, 35% to Reserve Jackpot and 15% remaining with MJLS. 7. Awards: Awards will be given to breed and crossbred divisions and overall champions. Premiums will be paid on a sliding scale basis. The top 5 steers and top 5 heifers will be selected from the Champion and Reserve Champion in each division. Premium checks will be mailed after the show. 8. All Around Youth Educational Contest Award: Competition divided into three age groups. Prizes will be awarded in each age group. Michigan youth not showing cattle may enter by paying a $45 entry fee. 9. Showmanship: All exhibitors are welcome to participate in Showmanship (not invitational). Steer/Market animal showmanship will be conducted on Friday evening. All market animals must be checked-in in order to be eligible for showmanship. All showmanship will be conducted NO FIT. The heifer show on Sunday will begin with Showmanship NO FIT. After the finals of heifer showmanship there will be a 30 min break before the breed show begins. Showmanship classes will be divided by age determined as of January 1, 2015: Junior 8-12, Intermediate 13-15, and Senior Exhibitor must show their own animal. 10. Grooming Regulations: Use of false tail heads or adding of hair or hemp is prohibited. Coloring agents, except powders, may only be used on the legs and tail switch. Use of powders is prohibited. No coloring agents may be used above the animal s flank. This includes colored show foams (black, red, etc). NO FORCED ADMINISTRATION OF FLUIDS TO CREATE GUT FILL WILL BE ALLOWED! VIOLATION WILL RESULT IN THE DISQUALIFICATION OF THE ENTRY AND THE EXHIBITOR. Any equipment found in the Pavilion or on the grounds, used for forced administration of fluids, will be confiscated. NO aerosol cans in the Arena, make-up area or surrounding areas. 11. Stalling of Animals: Stalls will be assigned. All cattle will be housed in the Pavilion, or in tie-outs. Cattle are not permitted to stall next to trailers. All heifers that arrive on Thursday or Friday must be stalled in tie-outs until after the steer show on Saturday. Stalling on Thursday and Friday night will be assigned based on the number of steers/mkt animals entered. Exhibitors do NOT need to clean their stalls.
3 12. Outdoor tie-outs: The stalling committee requests that heifers arriving on Thursday or Friday be stalled in tie-outs after check-in and through the conclusion of the steer show. The stalling committee reserves the right to enforce this due to space limitations. Exhibitors do not need to clean tie-outs. 13. Animals must be under control of the exhibitor at all times. Removal of an animal deemed dangerous will be at the discretion of the committee. If an animal gets loose three times in the show ring and/or makeup area, the exhibitor and animal will be excused from the ring. 14. Pavilion Rules: Butt fans will not be allowed behind the cattle or in the aisles unless suspended overhead. A maximum of one fan per three head of cattle allowed. No generators will be allowed in or around the Pavilion. Dogs are not permitted in the Pavilion at any time during this event. Alcoholic Beverages are Prohibited- In accordance with University policy and given this is a youth event; consumption of alcoholic beverages is prohibited and will not be tolerated. MSU Police will be notified if consumption is observed by or reported to show management. The Pavilion is a non-smoking facility. Please respect this! 15. Responsibility: The Michigan Junior Livestock Society and Michigan State University are not responsible for any losses by theft, sickness, death, injury, crippling, bruises or condemnation. 16. All exhibitors as well as their parent/guardian must sign the entry form regardless of exhibitor s age. Signing this entry indicates that the rules and information provided in this packet have been read and that the exhibitor and parent/guardian will abide by the rules and understands the consequences. Furthermore, all exhibitors and parents signing this form agree to be subject to the MJLS By Laws. By Laws can be found on our website at Stalling Requests: Stalling requests must be made by sending all entries in one envelope. No requests will be accepted over the telephone or in separate envelopes. All requests must be sent at the time of entry, requests received after November 12, 2014 will not be considered. There are no guarantees regarding stalling requests. The committee volunteers will do their best to accommodate requests but make no guarantee! 18. NO FIT Showmanship will be No Fit with the exception of U-Fit contestants Animals must be presented with no adhesives, oils, color agents, paint or similar products in the hair. 19. There is a minimum number of 5 head per breed for the steer and heifer shows. There is a three year probation for all breeds to insure that there is at least 5 head shown. If for three years there is less than 5 head shown each year, the breed will be discontinued and those animals will show in the AORB (all other registered breeds) division. The numbers will continually be reviewed and when the breed reaches 5 or more head for three consecutive years, it will then become a separate breed division the following year. However, if sponsorship is provided for a particular breed with less than five head, that breed will continue to show as a separate breed. 20. Photography Release: All pictures or videos captured by official MJLS photographers may be used by MJLS for promotional or other consideration. Signing the entry form constitutes a full release to MJLS of official pictures or videos of you or your animal s likeness. HEALTH REQUIREMENTS 1. All cattle must be dehorned if horn length is greater than two inches. 2. Cattle infected with a communicable disease may not be brought to the show. To meet the health standards required to show, animals need to be free of illness including but not limited to: Clinical signs of respiratory disease (watery eyes, nasal discharge, elevated temperature, excessive slobbering) Active ringworm and/or warts Identifiable external parasites 3. Evidence of surgical, conformation or any other unethical alterations will result in the animal and exhibitor being disqualified from competition. 4. Castration procedure must be completely healed showing no sign of swelling, discharge or decay. 5. Animals not meeting these standards are to be removed from the Pavilion immediately upon notification to the exhibitor and/or parents to retain his/her ability to exhibit in future MJLS shows. 6. All cattle participating in the 2014 Michigan Winter Classic must be tagged with official electronic identification (RFID) tag approved by the Michigan Department of Agriculture.
4 TB TEST REQUIREMENTS FOR 2014 MICHIGAN WINTER CLASSIC For Cattle in the Modified Accredited Zone (Alcona, Alpena, Antrim, Montmorency, and Oscoda counties): Must provide a movement permit. Originate directly from a bovine TB Accredited Free Herd or have had a whole herd test within the past 12 months and had a negative movement test within 60 days. Steers only have to provide proof that the individual animal was TB tested with negative results within 60 days prior to this show. For Cattle in the TB Free Zone: No TB tests are required for exhibition at this show. For Cattle in the Modified Accredited Advanced Zone (Antrim, Charlevoix, Cheboygan, Crawford, Emmet, Otsego and Presque Isle counties): Negative movement test within 60 days if not from a TB Accredited Free Herd. If from a TB Accredited Free Herd, no movement permit or testing is required. Winter Classic 9 th Annual U-FIT-IT Contest Over $1,000 in awards for this event! Friday, December 5, 2014 at 2pm This contest offers youth an opportunity to showcase their abilities to fit an animal for show. 1. Awards will be divided based on age in two divisions Jr. and Sr. divisions. Jr. Division- youth 8-12 years of age and Sr. Division youth years of age (age determined as of January 1, 2015). 2. Cattle will be clean and dry with no adhesives, oil or other foreign substances when they enter the ring. 3. Chutes will be used and provided by the participates. 4. No helpers, clippers or blowers will be used. 5. No paint or coloring agents allowed. 6. Thirty minutes will be allowed to fit and groom the animal, followed by a display of the animals. 7. Directors/sponsors for the contest: Craig, Brenda, Kyle, Brandi, Kalin and Jaecee Schrader Any junior exhibitor awarded 1 st prize in this contest must compete in the senior division in following years, if they choose to compete again before turning 13. An exhibitor is only allowed to win the senior division twice. Howard King Memorial Bred & Owned Steer and Market Heifer Class Sponsored by: Doris King and Howard King Memorial Fund The Bred & Owned class will be held at 8 am Saturday December 6, This class is open to any youth with a steer or market heifer (crossbred or registered) that was bred and raised by the youth exhibitor or by a member of their immediate family (parents/guardian and siblings living at the same home). A Champion and Reserve animal will be recognized and will receive a traveling trophy. Prospect Market Animals Show: Saturday, December 6, am Show Order (different from heifers): Crossbred steers, Market heifers, Simmental, Shorthorn Plus, Shorthorn, Mainetainer, Maine, Hereford, Chi, AORB (all other registered breeds), and Angus. Prospect animals will be shown by breed, then weight. Registration requirements: All steers entered in a specific breed must be registered solely in the name of the youth exhibitor with their respective national breed association. Registration certificates or appropriate performance pedigrees must be presented at check-in time. All breed steers must be tattooed and tattoos must correspond to registration papers. All steers entered in a breed division will abide by the guidelines for registry by the respective national breed association. Shorthorn Plus division includes all appendix registered shorthorns with 50% or greater Shorthorn as well as registered Durham Red. Steers that are not registered will be shown in the Crossbred division. Market heifers: Market heifers will be shown by weight. Market heifers may be shown in breeding classes. Weight requirement: Prospect animals must weigh a minimum of 400 lbs. and a maximum of 900 lbs. All steers weighing over 900 lbs, regardless of breed, will be allowed to show in a 900 lb + class and receive a premium for that class but will NOT be eligible for a division or championship drive.
5 Breeding Heifer Show Show: Sunday, December 7, am Show Order (different from steers): Angus, AORB (all other registered breeds), Chi, Hereford, Limousin, Maine, Mainetainer, Shorthorn, Shorthorn Plus, Simmental (Percentage), Simmental (Purebred) and Commercial. Heifers will be shown by breed, then youngest to oldest. Eligibility: Heifers born from July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2014 are eligible to show. Registration requirements: All heifers entered in a specific breed must be registered solely in the name of the youth exhibitor with their respective national breed association. Registration certificates must be presented at check-in time. All breeding heifers must be tattooed and tattoos must correspond to registration papers. All heifers will abide by the guidelines for registry as established by the respective national breed association. Registered, low percentage heifers that are dual registered can show with only one breed and must be entered as such. Shorthorn Plus division includes all appendix registered shorthorns with 50% or greater Shorthorn as well as registered Durham Red. Commercial Heifers: Breeding heifers that are not registered will be shown by weight in the Commercial division. Bred & Owned Heifer Show Any heifer that is Bred and Owned by the exhibitor may participate in this show. Only registered heifers are eligible, no commercial heifers. Heifers MUST be bred and owned by the exhibitor. The show will run simultaneously with the regular heifer show. After each breed champion selection and overall champion selections, a bred and owned will be selected if the champion or reserve do not qualify. No extra entry fee is necessary, just check the box on the entry form if your heifer is B&O. A Top Five Overall will be selected with the Champion Overall receiving a banner and $250, Reserve Overall receiving a banner and $200, Third Overall receiving a banner and $150, and Fourth Overall receiving a banner and $100 and Fifth Overall receiving a banner and $50 each. Directions For a map or directions, please visit Address for the Pavilion: 4301 Farm Lane, East Lansing, MI Hotels/Accommodations When calling to reserve rooms, please ask for MJLS - Winter Classic room block for these rates by Nov. 5, Hampton Inn & Suites(pool) Fairfield Inn(pool) Comfort Inn Candlewood Suites Holiday Inn(pool) $84.00 $82.00 $83.96 $74.00/84.00 $99.00 Proposed Premium Scale Number in class 1 st 2 nd 3 rd 4 th 5 th 10 (or more) $50 $40 $35 $30 $25 9 $50 $40 $35 $30 $25 8 $50 $40 $35 $30 7 $50 $40 $35 $30 6 $50 $40 $35 5 $50 $40 $35 4 $40 $30 3 $40 $30 2 $40 1 $40 Education Contest- Top 3 Overall Junior $50.00 $40.00 $35.00 Intermediate $50.00 $40.00 $35.00 Senior $50.00 $40.00 $35.00 Top 5 Market Animals: Champ- $250, Res- $200, 3 rd - $150, 4 th - $100, 5 th - $50 Top 5 Heifers: Champ- $250, Res- $200, 3 rd - $150, 4 th - $100, 5 th - $50
6 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Thursday, December 4 12:00 noon Cattle and tack may arrive 6-8:00 pm Check-In for all cattle All market animals on the grounds should be checked in at this time. Friday, December :00 noon Educational Demonstration 10-1:00 pm Check-In of all cattle- All market animals and heifers that are on the grounds should be checked in at this time. 2:00 pm U-Fit-It Contest 3-7:00 pm Final Market Animal Check-In All market animals and heifers that are on the grounds must be checked in at this time 5:00 pm Steer Showmanship (No fit) Both rings will be used, beginning with Juniors, Intermediates, then Seniors. 6-8:00 pm Educational Contests Classroom area Saturday, December 6 8:00 am Bred & Owned Steer Show 9-11:00 am Educational Contests Classroom Area (your final opportunity to participate in these contests). 9:00 am Market Animal Show begins Crossbred steers, Market heifers, Simmental, Shorthorn Plus, Shorthorn, Mainetainer, Maine, Hereford, Chi, AORB (all other registered breeds), and Angus. 11:00 am All posters, graphic design and photography must be turned in Classroom area 5-6:00 pm Check-In for heifers (only those arriving Saturday). Sunday, December 7 9:00 am Heifer Showmanship (No fit) Both rings will be used, beginning with Seniors, Intermediates, then Juniors. Breeding Heifer Show will begin 30 minutes after the conclusion of showmanship Angus, AORB (all other registered breeds), Chi, Hereford, Limousin, Maine, Mainetainer, Shorthorn, Shorthorn Plus, Simmental (Percentage), Simmental (Purebred) and Commercial.
7 Michigan Junior Livestock Society 2014 All-Around Youth Award Michigan Winter Classic Show This is an educational contest which includes four categories of competition; poster, quiz, graphic design and photography contests, for all Michigan youth. Participates will be divided into three age categories with age determined as of January 1, The age categories are senior 16-21, intermediate 13-15, and junior The top three individuals within each age group, with the greatest number of points in the five categories of competition, will receive awards. An individual may compete in as many categories as he or she would like. Michigan youth not showing cattle may enter ($45 entry fee). Contests Poster The topics for the poster contest are: Junior: After you select your calf for the upcoming show season, what do you do to have them ready for the first show? Intermediate: What impact has the rising cost of cattle both in the market and breed sales had on the industry? With the rising costs, has this affected America s eating habits? What impact will this have on the beef industry in the future? Senior: Beef check off dollars are used to promote the beef industry from pasture to plate. Please explain what programs the check off dollars are used for and the benefit they provide farmers and ranchers. Posters must be checked in by Saturday by 11:00 am Posters should be original work, not exhibited at previous MJLS events. Evaluation will be based on (1) neatness, grammar, and spelling; (2) clarity of answer to question; (3) accuracy of information. List all resources used on back of poster with your name and birth date. Quiz will be administered from 6:00 to 8:00 on Friday, December 5, 2014 and again (only for youth arriving Friday evening) on Saturday from 9:00 am to 11:00 am Quiz - Contestants will be tested on their general knowledge of beef cattle and ability to identify items related to their beef cattle project which may include: nutrition, management, health, reproduction, genetics, fitting and showing, selection, meat products, breeds, feeds, body parts, breed traits, equipment and others that pertain to beef production and promotion. It is suggested that contestants refer to the following for information to prepare for the event: Michigan Extension Bulletin 4-H 1188: Your Market Beef Project North Central Region Extension Beef Skills for Life Material: Available in your county Extension office Retail and wholesale cuts of beef charts Feed tags from your local grain elevator Photography Contest - Contestants should submit one entry no smaller than 3 x 5 and no larger than 8 x 10. All entries must be matted, mounted or framed. The photograph should include cattle in some area of the fore or background. Entries will be judged on quality of photograph, originality of shot/pose, overall audience appeal. Photograph must be the work of the youth participant making entry. Digital photographs are accepted; however quality of the print will be evaluated. Please include your name and birth date on the back of the entry. All photography must be turned in by 11:00 am on Saturday. Graphic Design Contest - Create a flyer or brochure (8 ½ x 11). Please use the topics listed above in the poster contest for your age division. This contest will enable participates to use computer technology to design materials that promote and/or teach individuals about the beef industry and activities. The entries will be judged on the following areas: originality, message, attracts attention, use of space and design. Please include your name and birth date on a separate card attached to the design project, if it is not already included in the text of the project. Graphic design projects should be original designs that have not been entered in previous MJLS events. All graphic design must be turned in by 11:00 am on Saturday.
8 MJLS Scholarships The Michigan Junior Livestock Society is offering scholarship opportunities to college students with a minimum of three years experience exhibiting livestock. MJLS is awarding a minimum of three $500 scholarships at the 2014 Michigan Winter Classic. Applications may be obtained from our website or by contacting the scholarship chairperson: Tara Miller at or Applications must be mailed and postmarked by November 10th, NOTES & REMINDERS ~ Campers Registration and pre-pay is required, please check this information out on the entry form. You must have your permit visible during the event! ~ If wanting to stall in a group, please send all entries in one envelope. Entries sent in separate envelopes will not be stalled together and no master lists accepted. ~ All entry forms must be signed by the exhibitor as well as a parent or guardian, regardless of exhibitor s age. ~ All market animals must be checked-in prior to showing in market animal showmanship on Friday evening. ~ Bred & Owned Steer show will be held at 8:00 am, December 6. ~ Late entries are $100 per head. ~ Only original registration papers will be accepted, no copies, faxes or applications, please see Rule 4. ~ REMINDER: There are no refunds, no exceptions! ~ Bark will be provided for all cattle!
9 2014 MICHIGAN WINTER CLASSIC ENTRY FORM Due: November 12, 2014 Entry Fee: $45/Head Jackpot: $5/Head (Optional) Please print legibly. Include all exhibitor information requested. Use one entry form for each youth entering. Feel free to copy the entry form as necessary. Exhibitor Information First Name: Address: Age as of Jan. 1, 2015 Last Name: City: Zip: Phone: Date of Birth: / / CAMPING This must be pre-paid. # Days x $20 per night = $ MARKET PROSPECTS: Indicate Breed, X-Bred or Market Heifer and B/O (with a ) (Limit 2) Breed, X-Bred or Mkt Hfr B & O Entry Fee Jackpot Fee Total per Head 1 2 BREEDING HEIFERS: Indicate Breed or Commercial and B&O (with a ) (Limit 4) Breed or Commercial B & O Entry Fee Jackpot Fee Total per Head Please make Checks payable to MJLS-Beef Mail payment and entries to: MJLS Winter Classic, 453 Fleming Rd., Tekonsha, MI Camping $ Steers $ Heifers $ TOTAL $ Exhibitor Signature Parent/Guardian Signature ***Both the Exhibitor and Parent/Guardian MUST sign regardless of age*** By signing this entry form, you acknowledge that you have read and understand the entry packet and agree to be bound by its terms. MJLS USE Form of Payment Exhibitor Number Amount Paid Stalling Number
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Ohio State University Extension Wayne County 428 W. Liberty St., Suite 12 Wooster, Ohio 44691-5092 330-264-8722 Phone 330-263-7696 Fax http://wayne.osu.edu December 4, 2015 TO: Current and potential 4-H
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