Rule Changes
Rule Changes that will affect the 2023 Kerr County Livestock Show
 

By Laws-Remove the Ag Mechanics and Angora Goat department and the Executive Board representative

 By Laws-Change the Fundraiser committee to a Department with an Executive Board representative

 By Laws-Change the Sale committee to a Department with an Executive Board representative

 

General Rule: Increase the entry fee from $10.00 to $25.00

 

Breeding Sheep: 

Replace Rule #1 with 1. Ownership: All exhibitors of animals in Registered Breeding Sheep classes must present ORIGINAL registration papers (Scramble papers will be accepted) to the Department Superintendent by 4 PM Wednesday, January 4, 2023. Original Registration papers and State Validation paperwork will be used to verify ownership date for breeding animals. Animals must be registered in the Handbook of their Association in only the name of the junior owner or owners to whom the sheep is validated to on or before October 1 of the preceding year. Original registration certificates must state the name of the Junior owner or owners to match the validation paperwork only. Registration certificates that list any additional names besides the name on the validation certificate will be disqualified. Purchase, delivery, possession, transfer and registration must ALL take place on or before the required ownership date of October 1 of the preceding year. Registration Certificates must be available at all times. Original registration papers will be used to verify ownership date for Breeding Sheep (October 1 of preceding year).

 

Breeding Sheep:

Rule 3c- Change shearing wording from “within one week prior to show” to “on or after December1st of the previous year”

 

Swine Department: 

Market show will include barrows and gilts Gilts may not double enter the market and gilt show.

Breeding Gilt Department:

Replace Rule 1, 2, and 3 with: All exhibitors of animals in Registered Breeding Swine classes must present ORIGINAL registration papers (Scramble papers will be accepted). Original Registration papers will be used to verify ownership date for breeding animals. Animals must be registered in the Handbook of their Association in only the name of the junior owner or owners (no farm name) to whom the gilt is validated to on or before December 1 of the preceding year. Original registration certificates must state the name of the Junior owner or owners to match the validation paperwork only. Registration certificates that list any additional names besides the name on the validation certificate will be disqualified. Purchase, delivery, possession, transfer and registration must ALL take place on or before the required ownership date of December 1 of the preceding year. Registered gilts must be tagged with an official Texas Swine Tag and validated as approved by the Texas Education Agency Department of Agricultural Education and the Texas Agriculture Extension Service.