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EXHIBITORS

Open Class & Junior Division

2019 Delta County Fair Book Cover

2019 Fair Book

The Delta County Fair Book is the official guide to the Delta County Fair & Rodeo. Published by the High Country Shopper in Paonia, 4,000 copies are distributed across Delta County and Montrose starting in June of each year. The Fair Book serves as the general public and exhibitor's guide to the Delta County Fair.

LIVESTOCK SHOWS

4-H/FFA and Open Class

Horse Show

4-H & FFA Horse Show

Sunday, August 4th 8:00 am
Monday, August 5th 9:00 am

Poultry Show

4-H, FFA & Open Poultry Show

Tuesday, August 6th  3:00 pm

Rabbit Show

4-H, FFA & Open Rabbit Show

Tuesday, August 6th  1:00 pm

Swine Show

Swine Show

Showmanship - Wednesday, August 7th  7pm
Market - Thursday, August 8th   8am 

Goat Show

Goat Show

Wednesday, August 7th 10 am

Sheep Show

Sheep Show

Thursday, August 8th   2pm

Beef Show

Beef Show

Friday, August 9th  10:00 am

Alpaca

Open Class Alpaca Show

Tuesday, August 4th    4:00 pm

Dairy

Dairy Show

Friday, August 9th   9:00 am


4-H & FFA ENTRY INFORMATION

Project Pre-Entry

ALL 4-H/FFA Exhibitors and Open Class Livestock Exhibitors - MUST pre-enter your projects otherwise you will not be allowed to exhibit at the 2019 Delta County Fair. If you have questions about pre-entry requirements, refer to the Delta County Fair Book or contact the Delta County CSU Extension Office.
    

Livestock Sale Buyer Invitation Form
All 4-H and FFA Members exhibiting Market Livestock projects at the Delta County Fair:

The Junior Market Livestock Sale Committee voted in 2016 to require ALL 4-H and FFA Members selling an animal/cheese at the Delta County Fair Junior Market Livestock Sale to complete a form showing you have invited two (2) buyers to the Sale.

Failure to complete the form and return it with your pre-entries with signatures from two individuals/businesses will result in the Sale Committee taking $25 per invitation not completed, up to $50 from your sale check!

Click here to download the 2019 Sale Invitation Form. (PDF)

Round Robin Showmanship Contest | Friday, August 9th @ 4:00 pm - Show Ring
The Round Robin is the premier showmanship contest of the Delta County Fair and is comprised of the First Place Showpersons in the Senior, Intermediate and Junior classes of Market Beef, Sheep, Swine, Goat as well as Dairy and Horse. These champion showpersons are automatically entered in the Round Robin Contest to determine a Grand Champion Showman in each age group.

Pee Wee Showmanship Contest
On Friday, August 9th at 3:00 pm in the Events center, we will host the Pee Wee Showmanship Contest. This Exhibition is open to all 4-H and non 4-H Members between the ages of 5 and 7. All animals exhibited must be born in 2019. Lambs, calves and goat kids must be halter broke. All animals must be checked in at the Livestock Office no later than 2:00 pm on the day of the show. No Overnight accomodations are available for open class exhibitors. Pre-Entry is required.

For more information on the Round Robin, please review the Delta County Fair Book.

HERITAGE HALL / OPEN CLASS ENTRIES

The Delta County Fair has the following Open Class non-livestock divisions which are open to any resident of Delta County. Projects are exhibited in Heritage Hall, our exhibit hall at the Delta County Fairgrounds. Each exhibitor who enters a project at the County fair earns points for their community. 

HORTICULTURE 
 - Apples, Apricots, Peaches, Pears, Plums, Grapes, Berries

AGRICULTURE
- Grasses and Hay, Culinary Herbs, Medicinal Herbs, Roots and Vegetables, Largest/Oddest Produce

PANTRY STORE
- Jelly/Jams/Butters, Homemade Honey, Preserved Fruits/Veggies/Meats, Pickles/ Relishes and Vinegars, Frozen Foods, Dried Foods, Cheese, Yeast Breads, Quick Breads, Baked Goods, Candies & Homemade Soap, Homemade Wines, Beer & Mead, Homemade Wines/Beer/Spirits. 

NEEDLEWORK
- Sewing, Knitting, Crochet, Stamped Embroidery, Embroidered Samplers, Counted Thread Embroidery, Other Embroidery, Other Needlework, Afghans, Quilts - Hand Quilted, Quilts - Machine Quilted, Quilts - Machine Quilted, Quilts - Other Techniques & Items, Quilts - Wall Hangings

CRAFTS
- Handicrafts, Textile Painting, Home Furnishing, Dolls

CERAMICS AND POTTERY
- Fired Finishes, Unfired Finishes, Other

ART & PHOTOGRAPHY
- ART: Landscape, Portrait/Figure, Architecture, Still Life/Floral, Animal/Wildlife, Abstract, Sculpture
- PHOTOGRAPHY: Landscape, Portrait/Figure, Architecture, Still Life/Floral, Animal/Wildlife, Abstract

FLOWERS
- Arrangements, Beauty of Youth, Miniature Rose, Floribunda Roses, Hybrid Tea Roses, Gladiolus, Dahlias, Annuals & Biennials, Houseplant, 

Entries in Heritage Hall take place on Tuesday, August 6th from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm. Make sure you are aware of the entry requirements and restrictions in your division/class prior to arriving with your project(s). 

Open Class Livestock Exhibitors - You MUST pre-enter your project(s) at the CSU Extension Office to show livestock at the 2019 Delta County Fair. For more information review the Livestock Rules or contact the Extension Office. 

OPEN CLASS ENTRY FORM