Agriculture & Livestock

President: Laura Daniel



1  There will be no exhibitor’s fee in any class, but exhibitors will pay admission at the gates.

2  15% of the prize money won in the Livestock section will be retained by the Society.

3  In case of bad weather, or any unforeseen circumstances, the Society only binds itself to pay as much pro rata of prize money as is consistent with the receipts.

4  No prize money will be paid by the Treasurer until the Directors meet after the Fair.

5  Persons not drawing their prize money by the 2nd day of December 2017 will forfeit the same to the Society.

6  Exhibits may be placed in the Exhibit Hall on Thursday, September 14, 2017 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. or on Friday, September 15, 2017 from 8:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. No late entries will be accepted. Judging commences at 12:30 p.m. All exhibits must be the work of the exhibitor.

7  All hall exhibits must remain until 5:00 p.m. Saturday, September 16, 2017.

8  All livestock must be on the grounds and in their proper place before 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, September 16, 2017. They must remain on the grounds until 5:00 p.m. or prize money will be forfeited.

9  All livestock exhibitors must present a Certi cate of Liability Insurance for at least $1,000,000 coverage

10  All exhibits must be owned by the exhibitor. All grain, hay, seeds, vegetables, etc. must be grown by the exhibitor.


11  No person shall be awarded more than one prize for any animal or kind of article, grains, vegetables, roots or produce, whether exhibited in the same class or not, except in cases of pens or herds and extra prizes.


12  No person shall be entitled to exhibit the same animal for anymore than one prize in any section or class except in pens, herds and extra prizes.


13  No article or animal entered for competition shall necessarily entitle the owner to a premium unless deemed worthy of a prize by judges and so awarded.


14  Bulls must be properly secured by ring in the nose or otherwise to prevent accidents, or they will not be allowed on the grounds.


15  Suitablepenswillbeprovidedforsheep.


16  Nopersonorpersonswillbe allowed to interfere with the judges, while in charge of their duties, by conversation or otherwise.


17  No person will be allowed to act as a judge in any class in which he is an exhibitor.


Karen Baker 905-939-8223

Darlene Jebb 905-729-4821


  • A certificate of Liability must be presented when requested.
  • All trucks must enter by way of Centre Street to Prospect Street to Second Street and north to East Park Gate.
  • All animals must remain on grounds until 5 p.m. or prize money will not be paid.


  1. Market lamb, must be ewe lamb or wether lamb.
  2. 2  Straw for bedding will be supplied by the Society.
  3. 3  Prize money will be paid on classes listed below. Breeds may have extra classes that are shown for ribbons only.

Class 1 – 4-H Conformation

Section A – Ewe Lamb

Section B – Market Lamb (ewe or wether)

Class 2 – 4-H Showmanship

Section A – Novice 9

Section B – Junior 10-12

Section C – Intermediate 13-15

Section D – Senior 16-21

Class 3 – Breeding Classes

Section A – Champion Ewe

Class 4 – Costume

Section A – All ages


4-H Club Leader: Karen & Morgan Baker 905-939-8223

Class 1 – Senior Showmanship

Class 2 – Intermediate Showmanship

Class 3 – Junior Showmanship

Class 4 – Senior Obstacle Course

Class 5 – Intermediate Obstacle Course

Class 6 – Junior Obstacle Course

Class 7 – Costume Class

Class 8 – Ball & Pylon

Miniature Horses in Parade
on Saturday


Bradford/Beeton 4-H Dairy Club

Karen Baker & Jeff West

Show Agenda: Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017

  • 10:00 am Sheep Show
  • 11:30 am Boys and Girls Special
  • 12:00 pm Bradford/Beeton 4-H Dairy Club & Inter Club Combined Show
    Mini Horse Show
  • 1:00 pm Open 4-H Beef Inter Club Competition
  • 2:00 pm Beeton Fair Champion Livestock


  1. The general rules and regulations of the Beeton & District Agricultural Society shall apply to the Beeton Junior Fair except if otherwise stated.
  2. Young people age 9-21 years of age (as of January 1, 2017) from Simcoe and adjoining counties may compete in the classes of Beeton Junior Fair, if all the eligibility criteria are met.
  3. The exhibitor in accordance with the 4-H philosophy must do all work and preparation of all exhibitors for the Junior Fair. An af davit to this effect may be asked for by those in charge.
  4. Awards will be made only on worthy entries.


PRIZES: 1ST: $25. 2ND: $20. 3RD GROUP: $15 EACH. CLASSES: 1-3, 6-10

Class 1

Junior Showmanship (9-12 before January 1, 2017)

Class 2

Intermediate Showmanship (13-15 before January 1, 2016)

Class 3

Senior Showmanship (16-21 before January 1, 2017)

Class 4

Champion Showmanship

Class 5

Champion Showmanship for Bradford/Beeton Dairy Club

Class 6

Junior Heifer Conformation

Class 7

Intermediate Heifer Conformation

Class 8

Senior Heifer Conformation

Class 9

Summer Yearling Conformation

Class 10

Junior Yearling Conformation

Class 11

Champion Conformation

Class 12

Champion Conformation Bradford/Beeton Dairy Club

Class 13

Group of three calves (one entry allowed per club). Ribbons only




A There will be a special Class of Dairy Heifer (all breeds) born March 1, 2017 or later. Shown by boys and girls born in 2009 or later. All entries will receive a ribbon and a prize donated by CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK OF COMMERCE, Bradford.

B Ernie Severn Memorial Trophy (perpetual): This trophy is awarded to the Champion Livestock Showperson with the top two 4- Hers from their respective 4-H shows competing to see who is the overall champion.

C Earl Woodrow Trophy: This trophy is awarded to the Cham- pion Dairy Showperson from the Bradford/Beeton area.



Please be aware that all livestock must arrive with CFIA tags, they are to be tagged before they leave the farm. should they arrive without tags, and the Inspectors discover this, you are putting YOURSELF at risk of a $1300.00 ne, as well as $1300.00 for the trucker and another $1300.00 ne for the B.A.S. The B.A.S. is NOT a tagging station for livestock. All untagged livestock will not be permitted to show and will be sent home.

  1. Livestock must be on the grounds by 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, September 16, 2017 and may leave the show at the conclusion of the Grand Champion Livestock Showman Class.
  2. All animals exhibited with the exception of the Grand Champion Livestock Showman Class must be the 4-H project of the exhibitor.
  3. Dairy Animal Age Groups:
    Junior Yearling – March 1/14 – May 31/16
    Summer Yearling – June 1/14 – August 31/16
    Senior Heifer – September 1/14 – November 30/16 Intermediate Heifer – December 1/14 – February 28/16 Junior Heifer – March 1/17 and younger
  4. Beef Animal Age Groups:
    Senior Heifer – January 1/13- December 31/16
    Junior Heifer – January 1/13- May 31/17
    Steer – Select to reach market weight at your Achievement Day
  5. 5  Dairy Showmanship Age Groups:
    Junior Showmanship – 9-12 years old as of January 1, 2017

    Intermediate Showmanship – 13 -15 years old as of
    January 1, 2017
    Senior Showmanship – 16-21 years old as of January 1, 2017

  1. The 4-H leader(s) and livestock Director reserve the right to change the classes depending on the number of entries.
  2. The Beeton & District Agricultural Society does not accept any responsibility for any injury to any livestock when at the show.
  3. Coloured Breed Dairy Calves will be shown with the Holsteins.


BRIAN JEBB 905-729-4821

PRIZES: CLASSES 1 2 4 5 7: 1ST $25; 2ND $20; 3RD $15; 4TH $10; 5TH $10
Class 1

Senior Showmanship (15-21 before January 1, 2016)

Class 2

Junior Showmanship (10-14 before January 1, 2016)

Class 3

Champion Showmanship

Class 4

Senior Heifer Conformation

Class 5

Junior Heifer Conformation

Class 6

Champion Heifer Conformation

Class 7

Steer – Market Beef




Eligibility Criteria for 4-H inter club exhibits

Premises ID Beeton Fairgrounds: ON42287211106502

  1. Open to all Simcoe County 4-H Clubs completing a project in the previous 12 months. One exhibit is eligible per club.
  2. Each exhibit must include a backdrop.
  3. Each exhibit will be allowed 4 feet of table space.
  4. At least 3 exhibits must be placed in order to form a class.
  5. Exhibits are expected to be placed by club members. They must be placed between 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 14, 2017 and between 8:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. on Friday, September 15, 2017. No late entries will be accepted. Exhibits must be removed at 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 16, 2017. After this time the Beeton & District Agricultural Society will not be responsible for exhibits.
  6. Space available will be allocated on a rst come, rst serve basis.

The following score card is used when judging exhibits.

General Appearance…………………………………………………….20 points

Message…………………………………………………………………………….25 points

Power to attract and hold attention……………………..25 points

Unity in presenting message……………………………………15 points

Quality of materials………………………………………………………15 points


Convenor: Karen Baker 905-939-8223

aturday, September 16, 2017