Wednesday & Friday: 9AM - 4PM
The Hardin County Fair Board voted Wednesday to adopt new operating procedures for junior fair market livestock shows. All shows will be partial-terminal. Exhibitors will have the option of taking their livestock projects home at the conclusion of the fair, but must declare such at the scales during weigh in. Exhibitors still do have the option of marketing their project just as they always have. All exhibitors exhibiting a market animal in a market show are eligible to participate in the livestock sale for a premium bid regardless of their decision to take the animal home or sell it to the processor.
Further details and forms will be released as they are developed.
All animals offered in the Junior Fair Sale must be 4-H or FFA projects. Only animals shown in the Junior Fair Market classes are eligible to sell. ALL market animals must be owned, they cannot be leased from a breeder or other owner. All exhibitors must be able to provide documentation of purchase if asked. Junior Fair exhibitors are responsible for assuring that their animals can be legally sold. Animals may not sell if they are declared ineligible for health reasons or because of drug treatment limitations. See health regulations for drug withdrawal information.
The Hardin County Junior Fair Livestock Sale is a premium bid, terminal sale.