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Free Range Cows

Little Britches

Sponsored by Clark County Dairy Promotion

  1. Open to all youth 4 years old to 2nd

  2. Show will be held on Saturday, August 12th at 12:00 P.M.

  3. All calves must be dairy calves born in the months of May, June, July.

  4. The calf should be at least 2 weeks of age.

  5. Youth can show a calf from home or use a calf that is already at the fair in the open or junior shows. However, if they choose to use a calf already exhibited at the fair, they are responsible for making the arrangement with the exhibitor (this calf must be a May calf exhibited in the spring calf class).

  6. Calves from home will be brought in before the show and then taken home after.

  7. Calves must be led with a correct fitting halter.

  8. Calf and child must be a resident of Clark County.

For more information or if you have any questions, please get in touch with Sarah Fischer at 715-465-0245.

Dairy ID Form (PDF)

Little Britches Entry Form (PDF)

Little Hoppers

  1. Open to youth 4 years of age and up through 2nd grade.

  2. Show will be at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, August 12, 2023, in the rabbit barn of the Clark County Fairgrounds.

  3. Rabbit must meet minimum breed weight.

  4. Youth can show a rabbit that is being shown in Junior and/or Open Class or bring a rabbit from home.

  5. Rabbits from home will be brought in that morning, checked for diseases, and taken home that afternoon after the show.

Little Hoppers Rabbit Show 2023 Due July 25, 2023

If you have any questions, please contact Stephanie Clabots at 715-560-1554.

Little Hoppers Entry Form (PDF)

Dairy Kids Formal

We are excited to host a new, fun event at the Clark County fair. The aim is to create some fun for exhibitors, promote their outstanding dairy project work, and reward them with sizable cash prizes.

 

What is a Dairy Formal?

Similar to a Dairy Futurity, exhibitors dress up in formal attire and parade their animals. Contestants (from all breeds) will be divided into groups based on animal ages and the number of entrants. We anticipate 2-3 classes.  Each exhibitor enters the ring individually and parades their animal. They will have a bio read about themselves and their animal. Photos will be taken. A judge will place the class and select the class winner and best dressed individuals.

 

What is considered “formal attire”?

Showman are encouraged to dress in formal clothes. (No shorts) For girls, this can be a long dress, prom dress, short dress, tiara, hat, etc.  For the guys, a suit, dress shirt, suspenders, hats, bow ties, vests, mustaches, top hat, etc.  Be creative but also tasteful. All exhibitors MUST wear close toed shoes or boots. We suggest dresses be 6 inches off the ground so gals won’t trip while leading their heifer.

 

Who can participate?

Dairy youth ages 9-19 on Jan. 1, 2024 who are exhibiting at the fair. You must show your own animal. Youth showing with the Clark County State Fair exhibit are eligible to participate if they are entered & exhibiting in the Clark County Open Show.  Youth can only show one animal. No cows.

 

What are the prizes?

All exhibitors will receive a cash award. The amount will depend on event sponsorships raised. Class winners will receive an additional $100. Best dressed awards will be an additional $50. We will be soliciting event sponsors to fund the show.

 

How to enter the show:

·      Fill out the biography and entry form and return to Aspen Hagen (hagenaspen@gmail.com) or

Pam Selz-Pralle (selzpralle@centurytel.net)  or send to: N4621 US Hwy 12, Humbird, WI  54746

·      Pay $5 entry fee. This secures you a spot. We are limited to 30 entries.

·      Entry and payment is due by 6pm on Wednesday, August 7. Give to Aspen or Pam at the Fair or drop off at the Information Office by the show area. No late entries will be accepted.

 

We look forward to having a great show and are excited to see everyone’s best formal attire!  If you have any additional questions, please contact Pam Selz-Pralle 715-533-0900 or the youth committee members:  Aspen Hagen, Madison Stieglitz, Jaron Begert, Ryan Magnuson, Ella Raatz

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