Online Poultry Show 2020


  • Closing date for entries is Saturday August 8th, 2020
  • Peterborough Ag Society Board Member - Viren D'souza (613) 532-6455 virendsouza@gmail.com
  • NEW THIS YEAR, we have migrated to Online Entries. Please complete your own entry form by going to https://www.assistexpo.ca/peterboroughex
  • Please call Viren at 613-532-6455, or email at virendsouza@gmail.com if you have any questions or if you require assistance completing your entries. All entries must be in print or made online.
  • Each exhibitor must be a member of the Peterborough Agricultural Society - membership fee of $5.00 must accompany entry. (2020 Memberships were not deducted from 2019 prize money).
  • NO ENTRIES WILL BE PROCESSED UNTIL ALL FEES ARE PAID IN FULL
  • Junior section means the exhibitor is 16 years of age at time of fair.
  • All junior exhibitor’s ages must be on the entry form, there is no membership fee for juniors but they must pay the fee for exhibits.
  • All exhibitors must correctly name their exhibits on entry form,section number is also required.
  • All birds must be pictures with the Peterborough Exhibition Poultry show background.
  • Whenever possible, please picture your bird with the following in mind
    • Picture your bird on a firm, clean surface so that feet and legs are visible.
    • Try to picture your bird in a cage on it's own and make sure it takes up as much of the picture as possible. Try to get on the same level as the bird's eye, to take the picture.
    • Prepping your bird for the show is optional, but recommended
    • Include the Poultry Show background in your picture, this will help validate your entry, you may use as many backgrounds as you like. Download and print the background here
  • The Peterborough Agricultural Society reserves the right to remove or disqualify poultry that are deemed sick or unfit for the show.
  • Limit of 75 birds per family unit.

Mayor's Champion

Prize is awarded to the best bird as chosen by the Mayor of Peterborough


Standards


Sub-classes: Cock, Hen, Cockerel, Pullet

Champion Standard Bird Prize: $50

Reserve Champion Standard Bird Prize: $30

1.

New Hampshire

2.

Plymouth Rock Barred

3.

Plymouth Rock White

4.

Plymouth Rock Partridge

5.

Plymouth Rock AOV

6.

Wyandotte White

7.

Wyandotte Silver Laced

8.

Wyandotte AOV

9.

Rhode Island Red

10.

Jersey Giants

11.

Austrolorp

12.

Orpington Buff

13.

Sussex

14.

Dorking

15.

Cornish AOV

16.

Brahma Dark

17.

Brahma Light

18.

Brahma Buff

19.

Cochin Black

20.

Cochin White

21.

Cochin Buff

22.

Cochin AOV

23.

Langshan

24.

White Leghorn

25.

Brown Leghorn

26.

Leghorn AOV

27.

Ancona

28.

Minorca

29.

Hamburg AOV

30.

Polish Buff Laced

31.

Polish AOV

32.

AOV

33.

Old English Game


Bantams


Sub-classes: Cock, Hen, Cockerel, Pullet

Champion Bantam Bird Prize: $50

Reserve Champion Bantam Bird Prize: $30

1.

Silkies

2.

Cochin Buff

3.

Cochin Black

4.

Cochin White

5.

Cochin Blue

6.

Cochin AOV

7.

Brahma Dark

8.

Brahma Light

9.

Brahma Buff

10.

Mille Fleur

11.

Plymouth Rock Barred

12.

Plymouth Rock White

13.

Plymouth Rock AOV

14.

Rhode Island Red

15.

Leghorn White

16.

Leghorn AOV

17.

Japs Blacktail

18.

Japs White

19.

Japs AOV

20.

Orpington AOV

21.

Rosecomb Black

22.

Rosecomb AOV

23.

Sebright Silver

24.

Sebright Golden

25.

Hamburg

26.

White Wyandotte

27.

Black Wyandotte

28.

Partridge Wyandotte

29.

Silver Laced Wyandotte

30.

Wyandotte AOV

31.

Old English Game

32.

Old English Black

33.

Old English Silver

34.

Old English AOV

35.

Modern Game

36.

Cornish

37.

Polish

38.

AOV


Ducks


Sub-classes: Old Male, Old Female, Young Male, Young Female

Classes:

1.

Pekin

2.

Rouen

3.

Muscovy

4.

Grey Calls

5.

White Calls

6.

Call AOV

7.

Indian Runners

8.

East Indies

9.

Duck AOV


Geese

Sponsored by Starfra Feeds

Starfrafeeds.ca

Sub-classes: Old Male, Old Female, Young Male, Young Female

Classes:

1.

Embden

2.

African

3.

American Buff

4.

Chinese

5.

Geese AOV



Waterfowl Champion Prizes: 1st: $30, 2nd: $20


Junior Poultry

Sub-classes: Cock, Hen, Cockerel, Pullet

Classes:

1.

Standard Feathered Leg

2.

Standard Clean Leg

3.

Bantam Feathered Leg

4.

Bantam Clean Leg

Junior Champion Poultry Prize: $20

Reserve Junior Champion Poultry Prize: $10


Junior Waterfowl

Sub-classes: Old Male, Old Female, Young Male, Young Female

Classes:

1.

Heavy and Medium Breed

2.

Light Breed

3.

Bantam Breed

Junior Champion Waterfowl Prize: $20

Reserve Junior Champion Waterfowl Prize: $10

General Rules and Regulations

  • All Livestock entries to be received at the Exhibition office by Thursday, August 8th, 2019 unless otherwise stated or prior arrangements have been made.
  • All entries must be made on the printed entry form enclosed and include proof of insurance. Completed form signed by the owner must be made listing each animal entered in a section, including group sections. All entry fees are subject to HST. NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT COMPLETED PAPERWORK, INSURANCE CERTIFICATE PROVIDED AND ALL MEMBERSHIP/ENTRY FEES PAID IN FULL.
  • In making entries, the name of the animal, the date of birth, colour, sex and in the case of pure-bred animals, the record number and the name and record number of birth sire and dam must be given
  • All animals competing for prizes must be entered in the name of their bona fide owners at the time of making entry, except in the case of progeny, which need not necessarily be the property of the exhibitor.
  • Under no circumstances will articles which are offensive by reason of their odour, sound or appearance, or which are dangerous by reason of their combustible or explosive character, be accepted or admitted, and if any such be allowed admission, through misapprehension or acceptance, or otherwise, they may nevertheless be removed by order of the Board of Directors
  • No animal suffering from contagious disease will be admitted or if admitted through oversight, on discovery of the same, it shall forthwith be removed
  • All prize cards and ribbons that have been awarded by the judges must be displayed during the exhibition and no exhibitor will be allowed to display any award other than those awarded at the Peterborough Exhibition of 2019
  • Each exhibitor must be a member of the Peterborough Agricultural Society. Membership fee of $5.00 must accompany entry if present year’s membership is not previously paid.
  • Prize money will be forwarded by the Secretary, to the address of the exhibitor given on the entry form. The Society reserves the right to pay prize money on a percentage basis dependant on revenue. Any prize money payable under $5.00 will not be mailed out to exhibitors. Exhibitors will be notified and arrangements can be made for the prize money to be picked up at the Peterborough Exhibition office
  • The Peterborough Agricultural Society will take reasonable precaution to ensure the safety of the exhibits sent to the Exhibition, but the owners themselves must take the risks of exhibiting them; and should any exhibit or portion there-of be injured, lost or stolen, the Association will give assistance towards the recovery of the same, but will not be liable, or make any payment for the value thereof. The Peterborough Agricultural Society shall not be liable for any loss to an exhibitor occasioned by fire, accident, condition of structure, or the negligence of the other exhibitors of officials or otherwise.
  • In the absence of competition in any section, or if the stock or article exhibited be of inferior quality, the judges will award only such premiums as they deem the exhibit merits. The judges are particularly requested to conform to this regulation.
  • Judges will not award prizes to livestock that show evidence of tampering to improve their show appearance. a. For Exhibition purposes “tampering” consists of any practice, or operation materially altering the structure or the natural conformation of any part of the animal’s body, or affecting some defect; for example, udder inflation; the introduction of air, liquids or any other substances subcutaneous in any part of the body; surgical operations to correct defects, or the performance of any act or operation to exaggerate the natural conformation of an animal, treatment of hair and horns excluded.
  • Any exhibitor lodging a protest must make a declaration in writing, and it must be delivered to the Manager within six hours of the cause of protest. It must state plainly the cause of complaint or appeal, and must be accompanied by a deposit of $10.00, which sum may, in the discretion of the Board of Directors, be forfeited to the association if the protest be not sustained.
  • Upon discovery of any fraud, misrepresentation, deception, or dishonest practice in the preparation, ownership, or entries of or concerning an animal, or article exhibited, which may have affected, or have been intended to affect the decision of the judge or judges. If it be proved to the satisfaction of the Board of Directors that an exhibitor has been guilty of any of the above named practices, the Board reserves the right to withhold payment of any prize awarded, and may prohibit any such exhibitor from exhibiting in any one class for one or more years
  • Every exhibitor will comply with and shall be bound by the rules and conditions respecting the breed, class or section in which he or she is exhibiting as sent out in the prize list.
  • Should any question arise not provided for in the Rules and Regulations, the decision of the Board of Directors shall be final
  • In case of error made in prize money, a complaint must be registered within fourteen days of receiving the cheque
  • Exhibitors of livestock will be given appropriate passes. Additional vehicle passes are available at the exhibition office for a fee of $15 each
  • Animals entered for exhibit must arrive by time specified in the prize list and must remain until departure time as shown in the prize list. In case of emergency, approval to leave early must be obtained from the committee chairperson or the manager. Failure to comply will result in forfeit of prize money
  • No smoking will be allowed in any building
  • Animals must be kept under control at all times
  • No dogs allowed on the fair grounds
  • On arrival, the attendant will give the driver the location for parking the vehicle and the vehicle must be moved to the parking areas as soon as it is unloaded.
  • All exhibitors and participants must carry sufficient Public Liability Insurance. The society will not be responsible for accidents.
  • All exhibitors must carry a minimum of two million dollars Personal Liability Insurance.

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