The Blue Mountain eagle. (John Day, Or.) 1972-current, June 28, 2017, Page PAGE 84, Image 104

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    • Muzzles must be pointed in a safe direction at all
times. When it is the contestant’s time to shoot, the
muzzle must be pointed DOWN RANGE.
• Walking around the range with a firearm is prohibit-
ed, except to and from the firing line.
• Contestants must conduct themselves as safe and
responsible gun handlers at all times.
If rules are not followed, points will be deducted from
overall score. Serious infractions will result in imme-
diate disqualification.
Trapshooting: contestants shoot one full round (25
targets) from the 16-yard-line of the trap field 52; one
shell at each of 5 clay targets from the five positions
on the trap line.
Skeet shooting: participants shoot a full round of skeet
(25 targets) from the appropriate stations on the skeet
Participants will be shooting at 50 clay targets (25 trap
and 25 skeet) for scoring.
Participants begin the contest with 50 points for
safety and 50 points for sportsmanship. Points will
be deducted (in 5 point increments) for each infraction
as determined by the judges. Eye and ear protection
must be worn at and near the firing line to receive
point credits.
One point will be awarded for each broken target,
for a possible 50 will be computed as follows:. The
shooting score is 25% of total score.
50 points possible
50 points possible
Ear Protection
25 points
Eye Protection
25 points
Shooting Score
50 points possible
200 points possible
4-H/FFA Auction Sale
Saturday, August 12, 2017 5 p.m.
NAL AUCTION. The animal must be slaughtered with in
30 days of the sale.
be sold per exhibitor and must be selected at fair
C. To sell an animal in the auction the exhibitor
must have shown an animal, recognized as theirs by
4-H or FFA, in the showmanship class of the animal
type they choose to sell. Exhibitors must be present to
sell the animal through the auction unless they have
a conflict with the 4-H/FFA portion of the State Fair
or written excuse from their doctor. Permission must
be granted from the 4-H Executive Council (for 4-H
members) or the FFA Advisors (for FFA members).
D. Only those animals which have been shown
in their appropriate market class are eligible for
the sale.
E. Underweight and overweight animals sell by private
treaty only. Underweight or overweight animals can-
not be advertised for private sale until Saturday. These
animals are not eligible for auction or carcass contest.
F. All market animals except beef will be weighed
from 7:30 A.M. To 12 noon on Tuesday, August
8th market steers will be held in the beef barn and
weighed between 12 noon and 1:00 P.M. The weight
of the market animal at weigh-in minus shrink will be
the sale weight. Shrink will be 3% for animals shipped
0-10 miles; 2% for 11-25 miles; 1% for 26-50 miles
and 0% shrink for over 50 miles traveled. If shrink
causes the animal to fall below minimum sale weight
the animal can still go through the sale but will be
sold at shrink weight.
G. The sale order for 2017 is Swine, Small Animals,
Beef, Sheep and Goats. Sale position will be based on
conformation ribbon order with Grand and Reserve
Champions selling first followed by weight class
Champions and Reserve Champions.
H. All large animals are sold by the pound. Small
animals are sold by the lot.
I. Transfer of ownership of animals takes place at the
time the sale is announced. Exhibitors provide feed
from sale to slaughter. Care and feeding until slaugh-
ter will be responsibility of sale sponsor.
J. If an animal is condemned in the slaughter process
(because of disease, use of medicines, injury, etc.) the
buyer will have their money returned and the exhibitor
will assume the loss.
K. The use of tranquilizers is prohibited in the livestock
program. The use of all other drugs and growth pro-
motants have to be used before the legal withdrawal
L. A total of 5% of the auction sale receipt is deducted
from participant’s checks. The Auction Committee re-
ceives 5›% of total sales receipts for auction expenses
and scale repairs and maintenance.
M. Market animals must be accompanied by a signed
affidavit (health certificate) stating that they have
been fed no feeds containing prohibited proteins
derived from ruminant animals. Also, that all pharma-
ceuticals and chemicals have been used in compliance
with label directions and withdrawals. Lambs must
have a scrapie tag.
N. Market animals must be accompanied by a
signed County of Origin (COOL) affidavit.
O. An exhibitors animal will be sold only once. No
merchandise or group owned animals will be sold.
P. Purchase payments are due and payable by the
end of the auction. The sponsor will collect a late fee
equal to one and one half percent of the outstanding
purchase balance from buyers each time they exceed
a period of 30 days beyond the conclusion of the
For more information contact,
Adam Ineck
at 541-575-1799 ext. 37
All FFA members shall follow show rules as listed
in the 4-H Livestock Project Rules section with the
following exceptions:
Junior high FFA members in the summer
following their 7th and 8th grade year, who are active
FFA members in good standing with local, state and
national dues paid, as well as enrolled in an agricultur-
al education program with an advisor approved SAE
program, may exhibit.
It shall be entirely up to the exhibitor to
show or arrange for his animal to be shown in the
proper class. See your FFA Advisor with questions.
Any question arising and not governed by
the exhibitor handbook shall be governed by the FFA
Advisor and Superintendents.
Entry blanks for all exhibits shall be sub-
mitted BEFORE Friday July 14, 2015 to the Agricultural
Entry Forms for all exhibits shall be sub-
mitted by July 6, 2016 to the AG. Instructor NO LATE
6. Health requirements are the same as for 4-H
Livestock Rules.
7. No artificial calming agents may be used. No
natural based calming agents may be used within 12
hours of a showmanship class. A showman should if
possible avoid using a calming aid. In the event that
the showman deems it necessary to use a calming
agent outside the 12 hour restricted time period, they
must clear its use with all FFA advisors, notify the
County Extension Agent, and make the holder of the
animal health record aware of its use, so it can be
added to the “treatments” category.
8. All animals not manageable at the Fair will not be
acceptable as entries and must be removed from the
grounds. The decision shall be the option of the Fair
superintendent and shall be final.
9. All FFA animals must be “stalled” in their as-
signed sections. Any animals not in their assigned area
will be disqualified.
10. All beef must be broke to halter and must be
double tied with separate ropes (neck ropes and halter
rope). All bulls must be broke to nose leads and will
be required to have nose leads in place when being
shown and/or lead on grounds.
11. All FFA exhibitors MUST submit an up-to-date