Thursay, November 14th - 8:00 A.M. until Noon
Saturday, November 16th, 3:00 P.M.
Sunday, November 17th, after 9:00 P.M.
|Jary Douglas from Athens, Georgia|
Entry Fees: $10 Per Animal Entered
How To Enter: Click on the registration form link. Type your information on to the form and print it off. All registrations must
be complete with name, address, S/S or Tax ID#, For livestock, name of breeder, division, animal’s name and registration number of
the sire and dam MUST BE INCLUDED! Premiums will not be paid without this information and required fees.
Mail your entry to:
The Greater Jacksonville Fair
510 Fairgrounds Place
Jacksonville, Florida 32202
Checks that may be returned due to NSF will be assessed a $50 returned check fee. All outstanding fess must be paid with certified
funds prior to check in day for participation in the fair.
Parking in the Livestock Lot #2 is strictly prohibited unless authorized by the fair office with a Lot # 2 parking pass. Vehicles found
to be parked without authorization WILL BE TOWED!!!
1. NEW: Owner of record on all animals entered in an IBBA National or Regional point show muyst be active
members of the IBBA in good standing.
2. Animals must be registered in the international Brangus Breeders Association (IBBA) to be eligible to compete
in an IBBA-sponsored show. The registration certificate (or photocopy) for each entry must be available for
presentation to the Show Superintendent or Show Manager at the time entries are verified, prior to judging.
3. Animals recorded in the IBBA Appendix, Ultrablack, or Ultrared registries are ineligible to show.
4. The registration number, permanent animal identification number (brand or tattoo) birth date and sire of each
animnal entered in an individual class must be listed on the entry form.
5. Any Brangus animals recorded in the IBBA registry that has a "Percentage Dispute" listed in its first three-
gneration pedigree is ineligible for participation in Brangus shows and exhibitions. If the dispute is resolved, the
listing will be removed from the pedigree and show eligibility will be restored.
6. The IBBA, and its representatives, have the authofity to require such tests as they deem necessary to verify
the accuracy of the classification and pedigree of exhibited Brangus animals. Said authofity shall extend to, and
cover the enforcement of, all show rules as adopted by the IBBA
7. NEW: All Division and Reserve Division Champions, as well as randomly selected animals, at all IBBA
National point shows will have tail hair collected to PARENT VERIFY the animal. Parent verification requires
a DNA profile on both the sire and dam of the animal. Should the sire or dam not currently have a DNA profile
on file with IBBA, a certified letter will be sent out to the exhibitor as well as the owner of record for the respective
parent. Exhibitor/Owner of Record will be given 30 days to return a tail hair sample to IBBA for DNA analysis.
Failure to submit a requested sample within 60 days of show or failure to complete the parent verification process
within 90 days of show WILL result in the animal being ineligible to show in all future shows and will result in
forfeiture of all accumulated show animal of the year points. Should an animal be parentage verified at a later
date, show eligibility and accumulated show animal of the year points will be restored.
8. Prior to check-in, heads of breeding animals must be clipped of all hair (including topknots) and bbe free of
scurs and/or slick spots.
9. UPDATED: Any animal found to have scurs and/or slick spots, or evidence of incisions, surgical or otherwise,
in the following areas: Head, testicles, sheath, navel or dewiap; including scars from caesarean sections, will
be disqualified from showing. Animals with illegal white (white in front of the navel) or any indication of brinding (a
color pattern characterized by red streaks mingled with black) are ineligible for show. Any animal upon check in
which does not have a legible tattoo or brand corresponding to its registration certificate is ineligible to show.
Once disqualified due to incorrect or illegible tattoo/brand, animals cannot be re-tattooed and rechecked at show.
The brand/tattoo can be corrected and rechecked at the next available show.
10. In IBBA sanctioned shows, no animal may be shown that has been artifically filled with any amount of liquid at
any time once the animal enters the grounds of a show. The fitter or ranch entity involved with an animal being
artifically filled will be banned from the show ring for one year and the animal will be disqualified from exhibition at
that particular show. the official show veterinarian may administer liquids orally, if so needed without
disqualifying animal(s) from exhibition.
11. No animal may be shown that has had any foreign objects glued to or othersise attached in a manner so as
to alter it's conformation or change it's appearance. Animals unethically fitted to alter the conformation or
appearance of the animal will be disqualified. Tail ties and hair nets used on the tail will be the only exceptions.
12. Paint or coloring agents of any kind are not to be used on any animal exhibited at IBBA sponsored shows.
The use of aerosol products of any kind will not be permitted in the line-up area for the show. Animals will be
toweled in the line-up area prior to entering the show ring. Animals found in violation of these policies will be
disqualified from showing.
13. All Brangus bulls 15 months of age or older that are exhibited at IBBA sponsored shows must have passed
a fertility examination given by a licensed veterinarian to be eligible to show. The results of the examination must
be available at check in. Once a bull has a positive examination, retesting is not required.
14. New: All bulls (shown as an individual entry) must be shown with a nose ring or nose restraint with lead
15. NEW: Weights and scrotal measurements will be taken at check-in at all four of the IBBA National shows.
Any bull can be weighted before thye enter the show ring and cannot have more than a 7.5% gain. Anyone may
protest a bull's gain and cause them to be weighed by submitting a written protest to the ethics commmittee prior
to the start of the bull show.
16. All females 20 months of age or older exhibited at IBBA sanctioned shows, must have available at the time
of check-in a certificate of pregnancy issued by an accredited, non-owner veterinarian, or blood test results
certificate. If the female is open due to being in an embryo transfer program, this fact must be verified in a written
statement by a non-owner embryologist. If verification cannot be produced, the female may be allowed to
participate if the exhibitor can produce a qualified veterinarian to examine the female at the show site and verify
17. all clves exhibited at the side of a Brangus female must be registered with the IBBA and meet all rules
required for show eligibility and inspections of exhibits.
18. Animals eligibile to be shown in group classes must be entered and shown in respective individual classes.
Cows exhibited in the cow/calf classes are ot eligible for the group classes.
19. Entries that have not complied with all the above rules will not be eligible to show, to receive premium
monies, or earn points in the IBBA's Show Sire of the Year, Show Bull of the Year, and Show Heifer of the
20. All IBBA and IJBBA members will abide by the show rules as adopted. In addition, any show, fair, event or
display in which Brangus cattle participate should comply with these rules as adopted by IBBA. All Brangus
entries are subject to the provision of a rule of the IBBA entitled "Inspection of Exhibits."
Inspection of Exhibits and IBBA Blood / DNA Typing for Parentage Verification
& The Show Rules Violation Policy
is available for inspection in the offices of the Jacksonville Fair
|1. Spring Heifer Calfs||Born March 1, 2013 and after|
|2. Junior Heifer Calfs||Born January 1 to February 28, 2013|
|3. Junior Heifer Calf Champion|
|4. Reserve Junior Heifer Calf Champion|
|5. Winter Heifer Calfs||Born November 1 to December 31, 2012|
|6. Senior Heifer Calfs||Born September 1to October 31, 2012|
|7. Senior Calf Champion|
|8. Reserve Senior Calf Champion|
|9. Late Summer Yearling Heifers||Born July 1 to August 31, 2012|
|10. Early Summer Yearling Heifers||Born May 1 to June 30, 2012|
|11. Summer Champion|
|12. Reserve Summer Champion|
|13. Spring Yearling Heifers||Born March 1 to April 30, 2012|
|14. Junior Yearling Heifers||Born January 1 to February 28, 2012|
|15. Junior Champion|
|16. Reserve Junior Champion|
|17. Late Senior Yearling Heifers||Born November 1 to December 31, 2011|
|18. Early Senior Yearling Heifers||Born September 1 to October 31, 2011|
|19. Senior Champion|
|20. Reserve Senior Champion|
|21. Grand Champion Heifer|
|22. Reserve Grand Champion Heifer|
|23. *Cow/Calf Pairs||Cows born January 1,2010 to August 31, 2011|
|24. *Cow/Calf Pairs||Cows born January 1, 2009 to December 31,2010|
|* Entries in classes 23 & 24 MUST have a calf at side. Calves must be IBBA registered natural calves, not older than 250 days of age on show date.|
|25.Grand Champion Cow/Calf|
|26 Reserve Grand Champion Cow/Calf|
|27. Spring Bull Calves||Born March 1, 2013 and after|
|28. Junior Bull Calves||Born January 1 to February 28, 2013|
|29. Junior Calf Champion|
|30. Reserve Junior Calf Champion|
|31. Winter Bull Calves||Born November 1 to December 31, 2012|
|32. Senior Bull Calves||Born September 1 to October 31, 2012|
|33. Senior Calf Champion|
|34. Reserve Senior Calf Champion|
|35. Late Summer Yearling Bulls||Born July 1 to August 31, 2012|
|36. Early Summer Yearling Bulls||Born May 1 to June 30, 2012|
|37. Summer Champion|
|38. Reserve Summer Champion|
|39. Spring Yearling Bulls||Born March 1 to April 30, 2012|
|40. Junior Yearling Bulls||Born January 1 to February 28, 2012|
|41. Junior Champion|
|42. Reserve Junior Champion|
|43. Senior Yearling Bulls||Born September 1 to December 31, 2011|
|44. Summer Two-Year Old Bulls||Born May 1 to August 31, 2011|
|45. Intermediate Senior Champion|
|46. Reserve Intermediate Senior Champion|
|47. Spring Two-Year Old Bulls||Born January 1 to April 30, 2011|
|48. Senior Three-Year Old Bulls||Born September 1 to December 31, 2010|
|49. Senior Champion|
|50. Reserve Senior Champion|
|51. Grand Champion Bull|
|52. Reserve Grand Champion Bull|
|53.Produce of Dam:||Two animals out of the same dam; can be both sexes by different buls|
|54.Junior Get of Sire:||Three head, both sexes by one sire; must be senior calves and younger.|
|55.Senior Get of Sire:||Four head, both sexes by one sire; can be any age in current classifications.|
|56 ** Breeder's Herd:||Four head, both sexes do not have to be represented; must be bred & owned or co-owned by exhibitor.|
*Cows exhibited in cow/calf classes are ineligible for group classes.