ENTRIES 

Entry fees : $40/animal

Late Entry: $100/ animal  

Camper Hook ups :$20/night/camper Payment must be paid to ESE when entering the grounds. NEW FOR 2022!

2022 FEED ORDER REMINDER: FOR LARGE STRAW BALES, YOU MUST PRE-ORDER THEM BY APRIL 26,2022!! 

PLEASE BE MINDFUL TO SUBMIT YOUR FEED ORDER FORM PRIOR TO YOUR ARRIVAL! 

Entries: Please make sure breeder and owner fields match what is on your registration papers, especially for juniors. Entry fees will NOT be reimbursed if an animal is entered and unable to show for any reason. For early entry rates, enter online during the time frame of April 3- April 25 at 11:59pm.

Entry Link (see button above): 

https://absds.fairwire.com/

Late Entry:  Late entry fees are $100/ animal during the dates of April 25 at Midnight to maximum capacity. Late entry information must be sent to Scott Poitras at ppoitras@charter.net with the animals information, and copy of registration. Late fees can be paid VIA the entry portal or other arrangements. ALL late entries must be paid before animals are shown! 

Breed Swaps: Exhibitors may swap entries within their respected breeds- regardless of the age.  No swaps can be made from breed to breed. This must be reflected at the time of check in! 

Stalling : Please list all exhibitors that should be stalling together for the duration of the show. If this is to change please contact one of the show committee members or email northeastallbreeds@gmail.com

Feed Store orders : Please get all feed store orders in each day by 3pm. Our feed store is compromised of volunteers who are only on site for limited times during the day. 

Showmanship : Please listen to announcements during the show for sign-ups. Showmanship is not required for youth. All-Breed juniors will participate at one time, we will split rings for heats. There is an Overall showman heat.

Supreme Champion : New to 2022! Supreme champion contention for both Junior show and open show will happen on Monday May 16, 2022 following the Holstein Show. Supreme Champion is going to happen the same way as WDE & NALIE! 

Departures : Exhibitors are welcome to leave following their respected breeds shows. We do not have release times set. All cattle must be out of the barns on Monday May 16, 2022 following Supreme. 

class list

  1. Winter Heifer Calf: Born December 1, 2021 – February 28, 2022

  2. Fall Heifer Calf: Born September 1, 2021 – November 20, 2021

  3. Summer Yearling Heifer: Born June 1, 2021 --  August 31, 2021

  4. Spring Yearling Heifer: Born March 1, 2021 -- May 31, 2021

  5. Winter Yearling Heifer (not in milk): Born December 1, 2020 - February 29, 2021

  6. Fall Yearling Heifer (not in milk): Born September 1, 2020 – November 30, 2020

  7. Un-calved Jr 2-Year-old heifer (not in milk): Born March 1, 2020 - August 31, 2020

 

  • Junior Champion Female of the Junior Show  

  • Reserve Junior Champion Female of the Junior Show  

 

  • Junior Champion Female

  • Reserve Junior Champion Female  

Junior Best Three Females Group to consist of 3 animals Fall Yearling Heifer (not in milk) and younger, none of which have freshened. All three animals must have been bred by exhibitor and at least one owned by the exhibitor. Partnership bred animals, outside the family, may not be included in this class. Each exhibitor is limited to one entry.  

 

  • Premier Breeder of Heifer Show 

  • Premier Exhibitor of Heifer Show 

 

  1. Junior 2 -Year-Old Cow (must have freshened): Born March 1, 2020 -- August 31, 2020

  2. Senior 2 -Year-Old Cow: Born September 1, 2019 -- February 28, 2020

  3. Junior 3 -Year-Old Cow: Born March 1 - August 31, 2019 

  4. Senior 3 -Year-Old Cow: Born September 1, 2018 - February 28, 2019

 

  • Intermediate Champion Female of the Junior Show  

  • Reserve Intermediate Champion Female of the Junior Show

  

  • Intermediate Champion Female

  • Reserve Intermediate Champion Female

  

  1. 4 -Year-Old Cow: Born September 1, 2017 - August 31, 2018

  2. 5 -Year-Old Cow: Born September 1, 2016 - August 31, 2017 

  3. 6 -Year-Old & Over Cow: Born before September 1, 2016

  • Senior Champion Female of the Junior Show  

  • Reserve Senior Champion Female of the Junior Show  

  • Grand Champion Female of the Junior Show 

  • Reserve Grand Champion Female of the Junior Show  

 

  • Senior Champion Female 

  • Reserve Senior Champion Female  

  • Grand Champion Female  

  • Reserve Grand Champion Female 


 

Production Cow Class: See below for breed specifics. Official milk production records must be submitted by 6 pm on 5/12

 

  • Ayrshire: Lifetime Component Merit Cow must have met one of the following two requirements:  Produced 100,000 pounds of milk or more OR Produced 7,500 combined pounds of fat and protein.  Official milk production records are required by 6 pm on 5/12.  

 

  • Brown Swiss: Component Merit Cow Lifetime production of at least 8,500 lbs. combined fat & protein, be shown in milking form and be in her third or higher lactation. Records must be met by July 1 of current show year. Official milk production records must be provided by 6 pm on 5/12. 

 

  • Guernsey: Lifetime Component Merit Cow must have met one of the following two requirements:  Produced 100,000 pounds of milk or more OR Produced 7,500 combined pounds of fat and protein. Official milk production records are required by 6 pm on 5/12.  

 

  • Holstein: 150,000 Lb. Production Cow Lifetime production over 150,000 lbs. of milk. Official milk production test sheets are required by 5/12 6 pm for open show. 

 

  • Jersey: 100,000 Lb. Production Cow Lifetime production over 100,000 lbs. of milk. Official milk production test sheets are required by 5/12 6 pm for open show. 

  • Milking Shorthorn: Lifetime Merit Cow Lifetime production over 100,000 lbs. of milk. Official milk production records must be provided by 6 pm on 5/12. 

 

  • Red & White: 125,000 Lb. Production Cow Lifetime production over 125,000 lbs. of milk. Official milk production records must be provided by 6 pm on  5/12. 

Senior Best Three Females Group to consist of 3 animals Yearling Heifer in Milk and older, all must  have freshened. All three animals must have been bred by exhibitor and at least one owned by the exhibitor.  Partnership bred animals, outside the family, may not be included in this class. Each exhibitor is limited to one entry.  

 

Premier Breeder & Premier Exhibitor 

  • Premier Awards. Awards are based on the exhibitor of six or less animals in each breed who accumulates the highest total points under the following system. If a tie occurs the points will be calculated based on the next animal. ALL BREEDS PLACING: 

                             1st  2nd  3rd  4th  5th  6th  7th  8th  9th  10th 

Milking Females 20 18 16  14  12 10   8   6   4    2 

Junior Females   10   9   8   7     6   5   4   3   2    1

 

  • Premier Exhibitor - The exhibitor credited with the most points on animals including those in multiple ownership, which he owns and exhibits in the open single class. If an exhibitor for Premier Exhibitor uses partnership or syndicate animals, these animals used in the groups must also be entered under his/her name. It is the exhibitor’s responsibility to notify the show staff which person of a multiple ownership will receive exhibitor points. This must be done before the day of the show. 

 

  • Premier Breeder - Awarded to the breeder of animals credited with the most points, regardless of ownership. Rules defining exhibitor and breeder also apply.

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