JUNIOR NATIONALS

2019 National Junior Heifer Show – Des Moines, Iowa – June 23-28

Contact Heather at 517-214-0927 or heather@chicattle.org with questions.

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2019 NJHS Judges Announced

Owned Heifers – Brent Murphy, MO

Bred & Owned Heifers, Bred & Owned Bulls, Steers – Travis Pembrook, OK

Showmanship – Taylor & Bailey Graham, OK

DEADLINES
• ALL ENTRIES MUST BE SUBMITTED ONLINE.
• Entry Deadline – MAY 1, 2019
• Late Entry Deadline – MAY 15, 2019 (double fees)
• Super Late Entry Deadline – JUNE 1, 2019 ($350) per head.

OWNERSHIP
• OWNERSHIP DATE – Must be solely in the exhibitor’s name by May 1, 2019.
• NO SUBSTITUTIONS WILL BE ALLOWED.

ELIGIBILITY
Participants must be current members in good standing with the American Junior Chianina Association (AJCA) and cannot have reached their 22nd birthday prior to January 1 the year of the show.

AGE DIVISIONS
Age divisions are determined on January 1 of the year the show.
• Junior – 12 years of age and younger
• Intermediate – 13-16 years of age
• Senior – 17-22 years of age
– For example, you must have a birthday AFTER JANUARY 1 of the current year. If you were born in 1997, you’re eligible to show.

FEES
• AJCA dues – $50 first time only, $25 for renewal. Junior dues must be paid in full for entries to be processed.
• Owned Entry fee – $50 per entry. (This is per animal, per breed)
• Bred & Owned ONLY Entry fee – $50 per entry. (This is per animal, per breed)
• Bred & Owned AND Owned Entry fee – $75 per entry. (This is per animal, per breed) We do not assume that just because an animal is bred & owned that you also want to show it in the owned show.
– For example if your animal qualifies for both shows you will choose the Bred & Owned AND Owned Dual Registered option on the entry.
• Bedding fee – $55 per entry
– **Includes indoor AND outdoor bedding.
– If your animal is dual registered Chi & MaineTainer, you will only pay 1 bedding fee for that animal.
• Banquet ticket – $30. (Each exhibitor will receive a complimentary banquet ticket.)
** Each exhibitor will receive 1 banquet ticket, t-shirt and stall sign.
• Contest Only Fee – $40
**If you’re not showing an animal, but wish to participate in the contests you will pay this fee.
(You DO NOT pay this fee if you enter an animal.)
• Novice Only Fee – $30 (only pay if you’re not showing an animal).

RULES AND REGULATIONS
• Exhibitors are subject to all rules and regulations of the AMAA & AJCA. When an entry is made, exhibitors agree to abide by the rules and regulations established by the AMAA & AJCA, as well as the rules of the show management. Entries found to be misrepresented and persons not abiding by the show rules will be disqualified.

• Once an animal is unloaded from a trailer at the show grounds, said animal may not re-enter the trailer until departing the show facility not to return. Any animal found entering a trailer during the show will be immediately disqualified. **If for any reason an animal does need to re-enter a trailer it will be at the discretion of the Executive Vice President and show staff.**

• Protests – Protests must be submitted in writing at least 24 hours prior to the beginning of judging or at the conclusion of judging. Written protests must be accompanied by a $500 fee and three (3) signatures of current AMAA/AJCA members. Judging procedures will not be interrupted for protest investigation and depending on the basis of the protest a decision may be withheld until a complete investigation is made. If the protest is upheld the $500 will be refunded.

• All animals must be registered with the AMAA or ACA. The original registration certificate is required at check-in.

• Tattoos will be checked, must be legible and correspond exactly with the original registration certificate. We will not check tattoos on animals if they have been previously AMAA, ACA, state association or other approved program verified such as the Ohio Best. Other than Brucellosis Calfhood tattoos, there shall be no other permanent identification marks other than those noted on the certificate of registry.

• The attempted surgical or non-surgical alteration or conformation of an animal is strictly prohibited, except for dehorning. Cattle are to be shown in their natural conformation. If an exhibitor’s animal is found to have been physically altered the following actions will be enforced:
1. The exhibitor will be banned from all AMAA/AJCA shows for one (1) year from the offense.
2. The animal will be banned from exhibition for life.
3. If exhibitor is guilty for the second offense they will be barred for life from AMAA/AJCA activities.

• The use of false tail heads, added hair or other materials to any part of the animal’s body is prohibited.

• The dying or artificial changing of the existing color and color pattern is prohibited.

• No artificial filling (pumping).

• All horned animals more than seven months of age must be dehorned.

• No alteration of a Chiangus head is allowed.

• Any and all cattle shall be made available to have blood drawn or hair pulled for parentage verification, detection of foreign substances or the presence of altering. If recorded parent is excluded as a result of DNA typing, the owner can, at his expense, request the AMAA/AJCA to determine actual parentage. Failure to determine parentage will result in disqualification of that animal from the AMAA/AJCA herd book.

• Heifers exhibited at 20 months of age or older must be accompanied by a certificate of pregnancy. Heifers used in embryo transfer must be accompanied by a certificate of positive fertility issued by a licensed veterinarian.

• The show superintendent will split classes as near to equal as possible.

• Participants must exhibit their show entries.
Exceptions:
– An exhibitor has more than one animal in the same class, in which another junior national
participant may help by showing one of the animals.
– Injury or illness (medical note from a doctor).
– The Youth committee will review other circumstances.

• Official t-shirts are required while exhibiting animals and will be available at check-in.
– You are not required to wear show t-shirts during showmanship.

• Exhibitors must wear show harnesses to exhibit entry numbers.

• Animal health commission rules and regulations of the host state will be enforced.

• Cattle are not allowed to leave prior to the conclusion of the show.

• Overhead fans are to be hung in the front half of stalls. Signs will be hung on the aisles as to what direction your fans should be pointed.

ARRIVAL
• You may begin arriving on the fairgrounds at 4 p.m., Saturday, June 22.
• You will be able to setup tack on Saturday, June 22, but no cattle will be allowed in the barns until Sunday, June 23.

DEPARTURE
• Cattle must remain on the grounds until the completion of the awards banquet, Thursday, June 27.

STALLING
• States are to stall together in assigned locations during the show. Each exhibitor will stall with their state. Chi’s and Maines will all be stalled by state, together.
• The AJMAA & AJCA will assign stalls for each exhibitor within their states section.
• If you have a specific stall request, within your state, please e-mail lindsey@amaapc.com
or heather@chicattle.org.
• Stall requests will only be accepted via e-mail up until June 1. Any requests made after June 1 are not guaranteed!
• Please specify in your e-mail the name of each exhibitor, if you are STALLING WITH (which means only two side panels and sharing tack) or if you wish to STALL BY (which means you will have separate side panels and tack.).
• NO SWAMP COOLERS/PORTA COOLS ALLOWED.
• NO FAN CAGES OR BUTT FANS ARE ALLOWED.

TIEOUTS
• Tie outs are NOT preassigned and will be first come, first serve.
• Bedding is provided in tie outs.
• NO TENTS ARE ALLOWED IN TIEOUTS.
• NO PENS ARE ALLOWED IN TIEOUTS.
• NO SWAMP COOLERS/PORTA COOLS ALLOWED.
• YOU CANNOT TIE TO YOUR TRAILER.
• BUTT FANS AND GENERATORS ARE ALLOWED.
• Decisions of Show and Youth committees are final.

% RULE FOR CHI CATTLE
Breeding cattle must have a minimum of 6.25% Chianina blood to participate in ACA nationally sponsored shows such as the NJHS. This rule does not apply to STEERS.

OWNED FEMALE SHOW
• Chiangus – All registered Chiangus and Red Chiangus(1CA, 2CA and PCA) females.
• Chianina – Registered Chianina, Chimaine and Chiford females.
• If there are 10 Italian fullblood heifers shown, a grand and reserve grand champion will be selected.
• Cow/Calf Division
Calves exhibited in the cow/calf division are not allowed to show in the individual classes. All cows and calves must be registered. The maximum age for calves is 260 days. No maximum age limit on the cows. The registration category of the cow determines the division in which the pair shows. Calves shown at the cow’s side must be the cow’s natural calf. The exhibitor may be asked to allow calf to nurse cow. The ACA minimum percentage rule pertains to all calves in the cow/calf division.

BRED & OWNED FEMALE SHOW
• Chiangus – All registered Chiangus and Red Chiangus(1CA, 2CA and PCA) females.
• Chianina – Registered Chianina, Chimaine and Chiford females.
We do not assume that just because an animal is bred & owned that you also want to show it in the owned show. YOU MUST ENTER IN BOTH SHOWS.
Only entries in the National Junior Show that list only the junior exhibitor as the breeder and first owner are eligible. This does not include family or farm bred and owned heifers. Dam must be registered with the ACA. Embryo calves do not qualify unless the exhibitor owns the donor cow. Foundation and commercial dams do not qualify unless the exhibitor can show proof of ownership of the dam prior to breeding.

BRED & OWNED BULL SHOW
Bulls must be bred and owned by exhibitor. Dam must be registered with the ACA. Embryo calves do not qualify unless the exhibitor owns the donor cow. Foundation and commercial dams do not qualify unless exhibitor can show proof of ownership of the dam prior to breeding. Age requirements: calved after Jan. 1, 2018.

STEER SHOW
All steers must be registered with the American Chianina Association in the junior exhibitor’s name by the entry deadline of May 1, 2019, additionally, all steers must be weaned.
Show officials will check the steers’ tattoos to ensure they are legible and match the registration papers.
There will be two divisions:
• Prospect Steers – 900 lbs and lighter
• Progress Steers – 901 lbs and heavier
Steers MUST adhere to and abide by the same fitting and grooming regulations as breeding cattle.
CLASS BREAKS WILL BE DETERMINED AFTER CHECK-IN. THERE WILL BE NO DIVISIONS.
GRAND AND RESERVE GRAND CHAMPIONS WILL BE AWARDED.

STATE GROUP OF THREE
Entries consist of three steers from the same state and shown by their respective owners; no limit to the number of entries per state. No premiums paid.

HEALTH INFORMATION

1. Cattle should be inspected within 30 days of the show.
2. Cattle must be listed on a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection listing Official Individual Identification to be presented at check-in. Electronic CVI’s are acceptable. Multiple calves from the same farm or family may be listed on the same CVI. Official Individual Identification tags are required. Official identification consists of one of the following: USDA Brucellosis tags (orange), USDA metal tags (silver), 840 series RFID or 840 non-RFID tags and must be listed on the CVI. Listing breed registration names & numbers and tattoos are optional but are NOT sufficient identification by themselves. Other tags following the National Uniform Eartagging System (NUES) criteria of a 9 character format (2 digit state code, 3 alpha, and 4 digits) and displaying the US shield are also official identification.
3. Electronic CVI’s are also acceptable for Iowa or out of state cattle. Only one copy is necessary.
4. Permits will only be required for cattle coming from Manitoba, Canada, and the following four Michigan counties: Montmorency, Alpena, Oscoda and Alcona and have a negative Tuberculosis test within 60 days. Permit numbers are issued Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM CST at 515-281-5547.

To contact the Iowa Department of Ag, please use the following number 515-281-5321.

PRINTABLE QUIZ BOWL STUDY GUIDE

CONTESTS
All contests will be combined with exhibitors from both the American Junior Maine-Anjou and American Junior Chianina Associations. The only exception is showmanship.

AWARDS
• First through 10th place will be recognized at the awards banquet.
• First through 10th place will be presented with a certificate and award.
• No ties.

DO YOU HAVE TO ENTER BOTH BREEDS TO BE PART OF THE CONTESTS?
No. As long as you’re a current DUES PAID member of either association and have submitted a cattle entry or the contest only fee you are signed up. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO PAY THE CONTEST ONLY FEE IF YOU ENTER AN ANIMAL AND YOU DO NOT HAVE TO ENTER AN ANIMAL IN BOTH BREEDS.

PHOTOGRAPHY
• Divisions competing are Junior, Intermediate and Senior.
• Photos must be taken by the contestant during the past year.
• Photo cannot be altered or image enhanced in any way.
• Photos must be taken by the exhibitor submitting the photo.
• No cell phone photos.

SUBMITTING YOUR PHOTOS
• Entry deadline June 1, 2019
• Submit one (1) photo per exhibitor
• Please include the following information:
– Exhibitor Breeder Number (Maine or Chi breeder number)
– Exhibitor Name
– Exhibitor State
– Exhibitor Age Division
• All photos must be submitted via e-mail to maine_chi_photo@outlook.com

JUDGING CRITERIA
• Judging will concentrate on all aspects of photography.
• A panel of judges will review the entries.
• Winners will be announced at the junior national.
• Photos become the property of the Maine-Anjou Voice and Chi Journal can be used for publication or promotional materials.

LIVESTOCK JUDGING
• Divisions competing are Junior, Intermediate and Senior.
• Contest will consist of at least four cattle classes and one questions class.
• Judging is individual.
• No talking is allowed.
• No oral reasons will be given.
• Please bring your own pencil and clipboard.

SHOWMANSHIP – NOTE AMAA & ACA RULES DIFFER
Each breed will continue to hold a separate showmanship contest and each contestant will receive 3 points regardless of where they place. If you choose to compete in both showmanships you will still only receive the 3 points that will go towards the overall sweepstakes. Awards will be presented to the top 1-10 in each breeds contest.
**If you wish to participate in both showmanships you must be a DUES PAID member in both
associations. If you entered a Chianina animal, but did not enter a Maine, you can still show in Maine showmanship if your dues are current or if you pay an additional $25 to get them current.**

AJCA – SHOWMANSHIP (CHIANINA ORDER – INT.,SR., JR., NOVICE – CHI & MAINE TOGETHER)
• Contestants will compete in three age divisions: junior, intermediate & senior
• Contestants must show their own Chianina/Chiangus animal in showmanship.
• Tattoos will be verified after each heat.
CONTEST ONLY juniors with NO cattle entered at the NJHS will be allowed to participate in Chi showmanship with a Chianina/Chiangus animal assigned to them by the Youth Advisory Committee.
• There are no t-shirts or clothing requirements, and outfit choice is at the discretion of the exhibitor.
• No bulls allowed in showmanship unless that is the only Chianina/Chiangus animal an exhibitor has entered.
• This is a no-fit competition.

NOVICE SHOWMANSHIP
• Novice participants may use any heifer or steer entered in the NJHS.
• A responsible individual may accompany the novice in the ring.
• Novice showmanship will begin immediately following the conclusion of the first ring to finish. There will only be one division of Novice showmanship.
• Novice participants will not place, but each participant will receive an award.

PUBLIC SPEAKING
• Divisions competing are Junior, Intermediate and Senior.
• Speeches are to be the contestants original compositions.
• Notes are allowed.
• Speeches should be no more than six minutes long, points will be deducted for going over time.
• A random presentation order will be posted prior to the contest.
• NO VISUAL AIDS.

JUDGING CRITERIA
• A panel of judges will assess the speeches.
• The panel may pose questions at the conclusion of each presentation.
• Guests are admitted but are not allowed to prompt, cue or ask questions to any contestant.

JUNIOR & INTERMEDIATE DIVISION
• Junior and Intermediate speech participants can choose any subject that pertains to the beef industry, Chianina or Maine-Anjou cattle.

SENIOR DIVISION
• Of the 3 topics below, you will select one topic to give a speech on.
• You will be allowed 1 (one) 3X5 note card.
– As livestock producers why should we encourage consumers to eat more BEEF?
– How can we help educate consumers as to why antibiotics are used in livestock/beef production?
– With the recent influx in negative comments regarding greenhouse emissions, how can we educate people on the real impact of animal production and its environmental effect?

SALESMANSHIP
• Divisions competing are Junior, Intermediate and Senior.
• You will no longer bring your animal to the contest, but will sell the animal based on the criteria listed below.
• Contestants attempt to “sell” an animal or genetic opportunity of their choice to a group of judges or potential buyers.
• Suggested information assembled in a folder:
• COPY of registration certificate • Pedigree
• Performance information • Phenotype
• Breeding information
• Sales discussion
• Marketing decisions dictated by environment, customer base, etc.

JUDGING CRITERIA
• Organization of information
• Overall presentation
• Contestants will be expected to answer questions
• Contestants will have a 10 minute time limit to complete the sale.

TEAM GROOMING
• Divisions competing are Junior, Intermediate and Senior.
• Teams can consist of two or three people (must be from same state to qualify for state sweepstakes points).
• Oldest participant determines division.
• The animal, chute, equipment, supplies and power source are not provided and are the teams’ responsibility.
• Chute placement is designated by show staff. Equipment must be contained in this area.
• Animals must be finished in 30 minutes.
• A team-designated member presents the animal for final judging.
• A panel of judges assesses the teams.
• No outside assistance is allowed during the competition.

JUDGING CRITERIA
• Team cooperation
• Method
• Final product
• Top 10 will be announced at the contest.

QUIZ BOWL
• Divisions competing are Novice, Junior, Intermediate and Senior.
• Contestants must sign up their complete team AT check-in.
• Oldest participant determines division.
• The main objective is to encourage team participation while individuals learn more about the beef industry.
• Beef Quiz Bowl teams has to have four individuals. Teams will compete in four age divisions: novice, junior, intermediate and senior. (Novice will follow the junior age division)
• If a team cannot be formed with four members from the same age division, contestants have the option of recruiting a member from another age group. However, teams with members from different age groups must compete in the oldest member’s age division.
• Every team is required to have a team name.

JUDGING CRITERIA
• At the beginning of each round, the moderator will ask four to eight questions Family Feud style, and each member of the team will need to answer at least one question. For example, the first question can be answered ONLY by the first person on either team. The next question would be answered ONLY by the second person on either team.
• Teams will receive one point per correct answer.
• After the family feud round, contestants will be asked 20 questions. Before answering a question, a contestant must push a button which will trigger a light and horn. The moderator will acknowledge the first person pressing the button. Only the called upon contestant may answer the question.
• After the moderator asks each question, teams will have 15 seconds to press the button to answer the question. After being called upon, the contestant will then have 10 seconds in which to respond. In the case of someone answering a question before being called upon, that team will lose one point.
• Each correct answer will result in one point for that team.
• If an incorrect answer is given, the other team will be given a chance to answer the question.
• Winners will be announced at the contest.

PARADE OF FLAGS
• This is the state introduction and flag display ceremony.
• A representative from each state should bring their flag and participate.
• Each state will need to submit a state survey to Lindsey at Lindsey@AMAAPC.com or Heather at
heather@chicattle.org. The answers to these questions will be read during the opening ceremony.

HERDSMANSHIP
• To encourage state unity and togetherness.
• States will be judged on Monday-Thursday.
• The first place state will be announced at the banquet.
This state competition will be judged on:
a) Organization of tack – 10 points
b) Stall card quality – 10 points
c) Upkeep of stalls and bedding – 15 points
d) Cooperation and teamwork – 25 points
e) Care and appearance of cattle – 15 points

INDIVIDUAL SWEEPSTAKES
• Awards will be presented to the top three point-earning Junior, Intermediate and Senior participants.
• Points awarded in the following competitions are applied toward individual sweepstakes totals:
• Team Grooming • Salesmanship • Public Speaking • Photography • Showmanship – (3 points only) • Quiz Bowl • Livestock Judging
• Point distribution scale:
• First Place – 7
• Second Place – 6
• Third Place – 5
• Fourth Place – 4
• Fifth Place – 3
• Participation – 2

STATE SWEEPSTAKES
• Encouraging statewide participation.
• Points awarded in the following competitions are applied toward state sweepstakes totals:
• Livestock Judging • National Queens • Public Speaking • Quiz Bowl • Parade of Flags • Photography • Salesmanship • Showmanship • Team Grooming • Herdsmanship
POINT DISTRIBUTION SCALE
• Livestock Judging – One point/participant
• Quiz Bowl – One point/participant
• National Maine-Anjou or Chianina Queen – Five points/participant
• Parade of Flags – Five points/state (participation)
• Photography – One point/participant
• Public Speaking – One point/participant
• Salesmanship – One point/participant
• Showmanship – One point/participant
• Team Grooming – First: 25; Second: 20; Third: 15; Fourth: 10; Fifth: 5 (points/team, top three teams/state only)
• Herdsmanship – First: 25; Second: 20; Third: 15; Fourth: 10; Fifth: 5 (points/team, top three teams/state only)

CHIANINA ALL-AROUND CHAMPION
• Contestants must be AJCA members.
• The All-Around top ten will be strictly points based. There is no minimum or maximum number of contests an exhibitor may participate in.
• To qualify for the All-Around Champion awards, the junior must exhibit a Chianina animal (Bull, Heifer or Steer).
• Contestants with more than one animal exhibited in the shows will only have points from their high-point entry used in calculating their All-Around Champion points.
• Contest points will be based on how the participant placed in their age division.
• Contest (except quiz bowl & team fitting) and class points for All-Around Champion will be calculated as follows: 1st – 10 points; 2nd – 9 points; 3rd – 8 points; 4th – 7 points; 5th – 6 points; 6th – 5 points; 7th – 4 points; 8th – 3 points; 9th – 2 points; 10th and beyond – 1 point each.
• Beef quiz bowl and Team Fitting participant points will be calculated as follows with the number of points given to each member of the team: 1st – 5 points; 2nd – 4 points; 3rd – 3 points; 4th – 2 points; all remaining teams/participants – 1 participation point.
• Winners will be announced at the awards ceremony.

AJCA HERDSMAN AWARD
• To be eligible you must be an AJCA member and exhibit a heifer at the National Junior Show. Exhibitors are judged on sportsmanship, presentation of their heifer(s) and stall area, participation in events and their overall ability to maintain their own cattle.
Herdsman Eligibility Requirements:
• Participate in at least 3 contests
• Be present at the show the entire duration
• This must be at least the junior’s 3rd Junior National Show
• Must be in the senior age division to win.

NOVICE DIVISION

We love our littles! With no minimum age, the AJMAA and AJCA have many participants that are below the age of 8. With this many young exhibitors the decision was made to vamp up our novice program and offer activities a few afternoons that are geared specifically for the Littles. Additionally, we have many of our exhibitors that attend the show with their older siblings and would love to participate but just aren’t quite ready. We have those exhibitors covered too! For four afternoons we invite our Littles to come and enjoy activities like steer cookie decorating, heifer cutout coloring and more! Each activity will last approximately 1 hour and all items they will need will be provided.

SO, HOW DO YOU SIGN YOUR LITTLE UP FOR THESE ACTIVITIES?
• If your child is 8 or below and is exhibiting an animal, you will choose the “Novice” pull down from the age divisions. This will sign them up for all activities and showmanship.
• If your child is 8 or below and is not exhibiting an animal, you will choose “Novice” and the cost will be $30 for materials. (This will include a t-shirt & bag)

NOVICE CONTESTS – SIGN UP AT CHECK-IN
– Quiz Bowl
– Livestock Judging (This will be supervised)
– Showmanship (every novice will receive a prize)
NOTE: If your child would like to compete in the speech, salesmanship, team fitting or photo they will compete as juniors.
All novice participants will receive an award and certificate at the banquet.

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On Site Camping Information
Please click the Camping Reservation link and fill out the form to reserve your camping spot at the Iowa State Fairgrounds. Select Cattle Show on the Event Type and the Junior Nationals should pop up in the Event Name. Rate: $28-$50 depending on hook up type. Camping Reservation

PRINTABLE 2019 TENTATIVE SCHEDULE

2019 TENTATIVE SCHEDULE

SATURDAY, JUNE 22
4 p.m. Cattle may begin arriving on the fairgrounds.
ABSOLUTELY NO CATTLE ALLOWED ON FAIRGROUNDS BEFORE 4 P.M.

SUNDAY, JUNE 23
6 a.m. Cattle move in and tattoo verification starts
3-6 p.m. Cattle check-in
5 p.m. Steers must be weighed by 5 p.m.
8 p.m. 5K Double the Fun Glow Run

MONDAY, JUNE 24
7-8:30 Breakfast
8 a.m. AMAA Adult Board Meeting
8 a.m. Maine-Anjou & Chianina Queen & Princess Interviews
8:30-12 p.m. Public Speaking
8:30-12 p.m. Salesmanship
11:30-1 p.m. Meal Ticket Lunch
12 p.m. AJMAA Delegate Luncheon
12:30 p.m. Sullivan Supply/Stock Show University Demo
1 p.m. Novice activity
2:30 p.m. Livestock Judging Contest
4:00 p.m. Chianina membership meeting
5:30 p.m. State lineup and photos
6:30 p.m. Opening Ceremonies
7:30 p.m. Evening meal provided for all in attendance followed activity
8 p.m. Casino Night & Fun Night

TUESDAY, JUNE 25
7-8:30 Breakfast
8 a.m. AMAA Adult Board Meeting
8 a.m. ACA Adult Board Meeting
8:30-12 p.m. Sullivan Supply/Stock Show U Team Fitting (Sr, Int, Jr)
11:30-1 p.m. Meal Ticket Lunch
1 p.m. Novice activity
1 p.m. Quiz Bowl
2 p.m. Chianina & Maine-Anjou Queens Tea
4:30 p.m. Herdsman Gathering
EVENING MEAL SPONSORED BY HERDSMAN GROUP, SERVED IN SHOWRING
6 p.m. Sullivan Supply/Stock Show University Bootcamp & Fun
6:15 p.m. Pizza Feed sponsored by Herdsman Group

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26
7-8:30 Breakfast
8 a.m. Sullivan Supply/Stock Show Maine-Anjou Showmanship
(Start with Sr, Int, Jr, Novice)
8 a.m. Sullivan Supply/Stock Show U Chianina Showmanship
(Start with Int, Sr, Jr, Novice)
11:30-1 p.m. Meal Ticket Lunch
1 p.m. Novice activity
3 p.m. Chiangus Futurity (same ring as Chi showmanship)
3 p.m. Afternoon Activity
4 p.m. Chianina membership meeting
4:30 p.m. Maine-Anjou delegate meeting
5:30 p.m. Maine-Anjou Senior Showmanship Finals
6 p.m. Chianina Fundraiser Auction

THURSDAY, JUNE 27
7-8:30 Breakfast
8 a.m. Chianina Prospect Steers, Progress Steers, Bulls, Bred & Owned Chiangus, Chiangus,
Bred & Owned Chianina and Owned Chianina
8 a.m. Fullblood Females, Prospect Steers, Maine-Anjou Bulls, Progress Steers,
MaineTainer Bulls, Bred & Owned Maine-Anjou Females, Bred & Owned MaineTainer
Females and Maine Angus Females Shows
1 p.m. Novice activity
6:30 p.m. Awards Banquet meal served
7:15 p.m. Awards Banquet

FRIDAY, JUNE 28
8:30 a.m. MaineTainer Females
9:30 a.m. Maine-Anjou Females