Section 9 - Poultry

Contact: The Show Society (02) 4721 2375

JUDGING WILL COMMENCE
AT 9.00AM SHARP

NO BIRDS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER JUDGING HAS COMMENCED

Entries: Close with the Secretary, PO Box 7086 South Penrith, Penrith 2750 on Friday 18th August or prior if maximum entries are received.

Penning:  4:30pm to 6:30pm on Friday 25th August or prior to 8.30am on Saturday 26th August.

JUDGING WILL COMMENCE AT 9.00AM SHARP

NO BIRDS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER JUDGING HAS COMMENCED

JUDGE: Mr. Tim Beard

Entry Fee: $1.00 for first entry and 50c for every entry thereafter Junior (junior classes only) FREE

Chief Steward: Pam Hewitt
Ass. Steward: Frank Jenner

Stewards: Penrith Poultry Club Members

Pen Numbers: Available on arrival of exhibits

Prize Cards:  1st, 2nd & 3rd will be awarded

Entry Forms:  Both portions of entry form must be filled  in then sent back to the Show Office with entry fees accompanying them.

Unpenning:  Between 3pm-4pm Sunday 27th August from Ransley Street.

Enquires: Contact:  The Show Society (02) 4721 2375

NOTE RULE 27 – SOCIETY RULES: The Committee shall take all reasonable care for the safety of exhibits, but the Society shall not be responsible for any accident or loss that may occur to, from or by any exhibits during the Show, and it shall be a condition of entry that each exhibitor shall hold the Society harmless and indemnify it from any legal proceedings arising from any such accident or loss.

All Ribbons and Trophy’s Proudly Donated by PENRITH POULTRY CLUB

Please read the following rules as they will be strictly enforced:

1)        Entry forms are to be completed correctly as your class number will NOT be checked, consequently any incorrect numbers quoted will mean automatic disqualification for the relative exhibit.

2)        Birds which are, in the opinion of the Chief Steward, infected or diseased or in anyway dangerous to other exhibits will be refused entry and fees forfeited.

3)        No person other than the Judge or his Steward will be authorised to handle exhibits during the Show. Penning and unpenning will be supervised by Stewards appointed by the Committee.

4)        The Committee has been authorised to refuse entries from any person without explanation.

5)        The awarding of class or ribbons etc will be left to the discretion of Judges if any entry is considered below the required standard.

6)        Judging will be open, however, any person interfering or considered to be acting unfavorably will be requested to leave the pavilion and his or her exhibits disqualified from competition: fees being forfeited.

7)        Exhibits in Junior classes will not be eligible to compete for Open Class Awards but are catered for within their own sections.

8)        Rules of the Exhibition Poultry Association will apply.

9)        Juniors must be sole owners of exhibitors and must not exceed 16 years of age,

and must not exhibit birds of the same breed as persons of the same address.

10)      Best of Breed or Major Awards can not come from Breed Pair Class.

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