Sheep Breeds Display
A rare opportunity to view over thirty different breeds of sheep in one place. Breeders will explain in their presentations the characteristics of the breed, advantages and disadvantages of the breed, and other pertinent information. Awards are given on the basis of attractiveness of presentation in the categories of Dual-Purpose Sheep, Hair Breeds, Meat Sheep, Minor Breeds, and Wool Sheep.
Criteria for Sheep Breeds Display Evaluation:
Sheep – 10 points Sheep must be in the pen at the time of judging unless they are being shown in one of the sheep shows at the Festival. They should be good representatives of their breed and in proper fleece for the season. Meat breeds may be slick shorn.
Educational Value – 50 points Information about the breed of sheep should be included in the display. It should include origin of the breed, the breed’s primary purpose, and other information of interest to the general public.
Handout Material – 10 points Handouts should be available.
General Appearance – 30 points The display should be attractive and relatively clean. Clean water must be available to the animals at all times. Bedding in the pen should also be clean.
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