Sponsored by Thames Valley Jersey Club and Bell Booth
Saturday 3 April 2021
For Exhibitors 21 years of age and under
- Coordinator: Julie Pirie – 027 6082171
- Entry Close Date: Friday 26th March 2021 ENTRY FREE – but please get in promptly, it makes it easier to organise.
- Judge: Warren Ferguson
- Venue: 81 Central Road North, Ngatea. NAIT 29018
Loading ramp for trucks and parking for vehicles with trailers. Toilet.
Wash bay and clipping frame set up.
- Classes Commence: Saturday 3 April at 11am.
Senior Calf with Senior Exhibitor
Calf to be born 1st June 2020- 31st July 2020. Handler must be aged 14-21 years on day of competition.
Senior Calf with Junior Exhibitor
Calf to be born 1st June 2020- 31st July 2020. Handler must be aged 13 years or younger on day of competition.
Junior Calf with Senior Exhibitor
Calf to be born 1st August 2020- 31st October 2020. Handler must be aged 14-21 years on day of competition.
Junior Calf with Junior Exhibitor
Calf to be born 1st August 2020- 31st October 2020. Handler must be 13 years or younger on day of competition.
Reserve Champion Calf:
- Senior Handler – 14-21 years .
- Junior Handler – 13 years and under.
TV Jersey Club Ribbons 1st-5th in classes 1-4
Bell Booth Ribbons 1st-5th in classes 5 & 6
- All competitors must be 21 years of age and under.
- Calves must be eligible for registration by the respective breeds.
- All leaders of cattle must be in accepted breed uniform while exhibiting calves.
- Exhibitors must follow the biosecurity obligations stated below.
Exhibitors Biosecurity Obligations:
- Provide a TB Animal Status Declaration Card. This is a legal requirement for all animals being moved. All animals entered must be accompanied in transit by a signed and dated TB Animal Status Declaration Card showing a TB clear status in accordance with present legislation. Animal individual numbers must be included on the TB test sheet.
These cards may be inspected at the unloading area.
- Animals on properties under any suspicion of exposure to Mycoplasma Bovis should not be transported to show and events.
- Animals showing clinical signs of ANY disease should not be transported to shows, as per normal biosecurity practice.
- Make sure your cattle are tagged and registered with NAIT.
- Keep your NAIT movements up-to-date and accurate and record movements to and from the event. This can be done up to 48 hours before show day and a tick box is available to indicate that the animal will be going home after the show which automates the sending movements back to the house farm.
- Practice good on-farm biosecurity and clean and disinfect outerwear, boots and equipment before attending a show or event. On your return clean and disinfect again before taking outwear, boots and equipment back onto your farm.
- For more information refer to guidance on mpi.govt.nz/bovis