Tehama District Fair 30th District Agricultural Assoc. Physical Address: 650 Antelope Blvd. Red Bluff, CA 96080 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 70 Red Bluff, CA 96080 MAP to the Fairgrounds Office Phone: (530) 527-5920 * Office Fax: (530) 527-1511
LIVESTOCK QUESTIONS
On March 24th the Tehama District Fair Board voted unanimously to cancel the Fair and schedule a Junior Livestock Auction and Show for the 3rd weekend in May. If the CDC recommended 8-week ban is lifted before the 3rd weekend the show and auction will be in person, if the ban is extended the show and auction will be virtual. The Board appointed a Livestock Adhoc committee to make recommendations regarding specific details.
WHAT EXHIBITORS SHOULD BE DOING Feeding your animal as normal Practicing showmanship for the virtual show Obtaining your YQCA certificate Writing Buyer’s Letters Getting your uniform cleaned and ready Washing and clipping your animal AUCTION DETAILS All livestock will be sold by the head, not by the pound. Buyers must pre-register at www.EZ2Bid.com ONLINE AUCTION PLATFORM The online sale will be held on www.EZ2bid.com, buyers can register now! WHY DOES EZ2BID.COM ASK FOR CREDIT CARD INFORMATION? When registering as a buyer on EZ2Bid.com it will ask for contact information, a Driver’s License Number, and a Debit/Credit Card to verify that everyone registering is a real person. This credit card will NOT be charged at the end of the sale. All buyers will receive an invoice from the Tehama District Fair that can be paid via cash, check, or credit card within 60 days of the close of the auction. VIRTUAL SHOW PLATFORM The Fair office will be collecting videos and pictures with entries in order to establish market classes to judge each animal. Exhibitors must be in their uniform. FAIR ENTRIES Entries will open online on at tehamadistrictfair.com April 24th through May 8th. Exhibitors will have to submit a picture of their animal, a video of them showing, as well as their YQCA certificate and Bill of Sale Exhibitors must include an estimated weight on the entry form to establish market classes. Market Entry Fees will remain the same at $15, exhibitors will pay online with the entry form. View the example video at: https://youtu.be/Jb1RjXzXLYA Example Picture: WEIGHT LIMITS Top sifting weight limits will be removed, and bottom sifting weight limits will stay the same for all species. Steers: Minimum Weight Limit 1050 Lambs: Minimum Weight Limit 110 Swine: Minimum Weight Limit 210 Meat Goats: Minimum Weight Limit 60 Rabbits: Minimum Weight Limit 3.5 per Rabbit BREEDING SHOW A breeding show only be held if there is a live show and auction. JUNIOR LIVESTOCK AUCTION TIME If the sale is Live it the Auction will begin at 9AM Sunday May 17th If the sale is online, the Auction will open at 9AM on Saturday May 16th and close at 4PM on Sunday May 17th with a horse race finish. DROP-OFF If it is a virtual show and sale, all livestock be dropped off by appointment on Sunday, May 17th before the end of the sale. For example, pigs will be dropped off from 7 AM to 10 AM, Steers from 10 AM to 12 PM, etc. When animals are dropped off, they will be tattooed, and vet checked. If the animal does not pass a vet check, it will be removed from the sale prior to the sale closing. All species will be shipped to processing plants after the sale is over on Sunday May 17th. All champions will have a hair sample pulled on arrival. LIVE SHOW SCHEDULE If it is a live show and sale, it will be a two-day Saturday and Sunday event. Animals will weigh-in Friday night, all shows will happen on Saturday, and the Sale will take place on Sunday. During the market show on Saturday judges will pull showmanship cards in all species to invite exhibitors back to showmanship later that day. CONF0RMATION SIFTING If during the virtual show a judge recommends an animal be sifted for not being market ready a sifting committee will go visit the project in person and make the final call to sift. BUYER’S GIFTS Exhibitors are responsible for getting the Buyer’s Basket to the buyer. AG MECHANICS PROJECTS Exhibitors with Ag Mechanic Silent Auction items still be able to enter.
RESULTS
LIVESTOCK QUESTIONS
On March 24th the Tehama District Fair Board voted unanimously to cancel the Fair and schedule a Junior Livestock Auction and Show for the 3rd weekend in May. If the CDC recommended 8-week ban is lifted before the 3rd weekend the show and auction will be in person, if the ban is extended the show and auction will be virtual. The Board appointed a Livestock Adhoc committee to make recommendations regarding specific details.
WHAT EXHIBITORS SHOULD BE DOING Feeding your animal as normal Practicing showmanship for the virtual show Obtaining your YQCA certificate Writing Buyer’s Letters Getting your uniform cleaned and ready Washing and clipping your animal AUCTION DETAILS All livestock will be sold by the head, not by the pound. Buyers must pre-register at www.EZ2Bid.com ONLINE AUCTION PLATFORM The online sale will be held on www.EZ2bid.com, buyers can register now! WHY DOES EZ2BID.COM ASK FOR CREDIT CARD INFORMATION? When registering as a buyer on EZ2Bid.com it will ask for contact information, a Driver’s License Number, and a Debit/Credit Card to verify that everyone registering is a real person. This credit card will NOT be charged at the end of the sale. All buyers will receive an invoice from the Tehama District Fair that can be paid via cash, check, or credit card within 60 days of the close of the auction. VIRTUAL SHOW PLATFORM The Fair office will be collecting videos and pictures with entries in order to establish market classes to judge each animal. Exhibitors must be in their uniform. FAIR ENTRIES Entries will open online on at tehamadistrictfair.com April 24th through May 8th. Exhibitors will have to submit a picture of their animal, a video of them showing, as well as their YQCA certificate and Bill of Sale Exhibitors must include an estimated weight on the entry form to establish market classes. Market Entry Fees will remain the same at $15, exhibitors will pay online with the entry form. View the example video at: https://youtu.be/Jb1RjXzXLYA Example Picture: WEIGHT LIMITS Top sifting weight limits will be removed, and bottom sifting weight limits will stay the same for all species. Steers: Minimum Weight Limit 1050 Lambs: Minimum Weight Limit 110 Swine: Minimum Weight Limit 210 Meat Goats: Minimum Weight Limit 60 Rabbits: Minimum Weight Limit 3.5 per Rabbit BREEDING SHOW A breeding show only be held if there is a live show and auction. JUNIOR LIVESTOCK AUCTION TIME If the sale is Live it the Auction will begin at 9AM Sunday May 17th If the sale is online, the Auction will open at 9AM on Saturday May 16th and close at 4PM on Sunday May 17th with a horse race finish. DROP-OFF If it is a virtual show and sale, all livestock be dropped off by appointment on Sunday, May 17th before the end of the sale. For example, pigs will be dropped off from 7 AM to 10 AM, Steers from 10 AM to 12 PM, etc. When animals are dropped off, they will be tattooed, and vet checked. If the animal does not pass a vet check, it will be removed from the sale prior to the sale closing. All species will be shipped to processing plants after the sale is over on Sunday May 17th. All champions will have a hair sample pulled on arrival. LIVE SHOW SCHEDULE If it is a live show and sale, it will be a two-day Saturday and Sunday event. Animals will weigh-in Friday night, all shows will happen on Saturday, and the Sale will take place on Sunday. During the market show on Saturday judges will pull showmanship cards in all species to invite exhibitors back to showmanship later that day. CONF0RMATION SIFTING If during the virtual show a judge recommends an animal be sifted for not being market ready a sifting committee will go visit the project in person and make the final call to sift. BUYER’S GIFTS Exhibitors are responsible for getting the Buyer’s Basket to the buyer. AG MECHANICS PROJECTS Exhibitors with Ag Mechanic Silent Auction items still be able to enter.
RESULTS