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Exhibitors Theme - 2020

Have some fun with this years theme!!!

Reading glasses....sun glasses.....eye charts....be creative :-)

The 154th Walla Walla Fair & Frontier Days will be September 2-6, 2020.



Entry will open June 15, 2020*

*Please check back for updates as we await a decision by the County Commissioners on June 8, 2020.


Livestock Exhibitors:
  • Cattlemen's pre-fair weigh-in information listed below.
  • Pre-Sale Livestock Gate, Camping and Parking will be open April 1st through July 31st. All forms are posted below.

IMPORTANT YOUTH MARKET SALE INFORMATION - SCROLL DOWN TO CATTLEMEN'S AREA

2020 Livestock Exhibitor Pre-Sale Forms

OPEN APRIL 1ST THROUGH JULY 31ST.

How to send forms/pay with current COVID restrictions:

Print and mail completed forms with check.
Print and place completed forms and check in envelope, drop through slot in Exhibitors Office door.

To pay with card:
Print and mail or drop completed forms through Exhibitors office door, we will call you to pay via card.
Email completed forms, we will call you pay via card.

Questions?
exhibitor@wallawallafairgrounds.com

2019 Exhibitor Results

Thank you all for a fantastic 153rd!!!

Congratulations to our Swine Superintendents and exhibitors!! Daryl Floch is the 4H Superintendent and Nicole Abel is the FFA Superintendent, they make a great leadership team!
This year they were awarded the coveted black and white ribbon from State Fair Commissioner Larry Nelson! It's been a few years since we've seen this presented in the livestock area!

SPECIAL AWARD SPONSORS

Thank you to the many fantastic Special Awards Program sponsors!! The SAP supports 400 plus awards for the exhibitors! This program wouldn't be possible without the continued support from individuals, organizations and business' ........check out the Fair Facebook page for Award Ceremony photos!

Direct link to Art by Amy Photography Award Album:

https://www.facebook.com/pg/artbyamyphotography/ph...

4-H Updates FROM WSU EXTENSION

An Important Message from Nancy Deringer, State Program Leader for 4-H Youth Development

Updated April 20, 2020

Dear 4-H Families, Volunteers and Members:

In consultation with WSU Extension and the WA State Dept. of Health, all 4-H programming will be conducted virtually, postponed or canceled, effective immediately. In addition, all WSU County Offices will be closed to PHYSICAL PUBLIC ACCESS; however, 4-H Faculty and 4-H Staff will continue operations. By taking this action, our 4-H community will do our part to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

Your health and safety are very important to us, so we are prepared for this temporary face-to-face suspension to remain in place through June 19 (following school closure guidance) AND until Governor Inslee declares it is safe to meet in groups of ten (10) or more (if the group size is 10 or more). The WSU Extension team will be consulting with WSU administration and public health officials and re-assessing safety guidelines regularly to make decisions that are consistent with updated information.

The 4-H Youth Development Program will be working in different ways virtually online and/or through telephone conferencing and mailings. Your county 4-H Faculty and 4-H Staff will be reaching out to you, so please join us, and think creatively during this time!

***Here is a website put together by our King County 4-H educators that lists a variety of exciting learning activities that can be done at home! https://extension.wsu.edu/king/learning-links-4-h-and-more/ If you find another awesome research-based learning SITE that you’d like to share, please let us know and we’ll add it to the website!

Stay tuned to your County 4-H website, Facebook, and e-mails for ongoing information. We will be flexible together and make smart, safe choices. We will get through this, together!

Sincerely,

Nancy


Questions? Please contact the local WSU Extension Office at 509-524-2685

Walla Walla County Cattlemen's Association

The WWFFD & Cattemen's Youth Market Sale is Sunday of Fair each year and starts at noon. If you would like to be a buyer or have questions regarding the sale, please contact Cattlemen's, link to their FB page below.
Walla Walla County Cattlemen's Association Facebook page - for questions regarding the Youth Market Sale.  

SHEEP, GOAT & SWINE MARKET SALE EXHIBITORS

MESSAGE FROM CATTLMEN'S REGARDING JUNE 6TH WEIGH-IN/REGISTRATION

We have all already talked about the fact that their will be no June 6th Weigh-in for small animals. Unfortunately, there is not a plan yet that we can publish as to how we will move forward with sale animal identification.

However, I am starting to get a lot of calls from people just looking for information and next steps. We will be working in close contact with all of you and hopefully have a plan very soon.

Thank you!

BEEF EXHIBITORS******* WEIGH-IN INFORMATION

Walla Walla County Cattlemen’s Youth Market Sale Weigh-in March 28th, 2020

Due to the current State and Federal laws regulating COVID-19 Pandemic. The Market Steer weigh-in for the Walla Walla County Cattlemen’s Youth Market Sale, held in partnership with the Walla Walla Fair & Frontier Days, will be cancelled. At this time 4-H and FFA have been given directives to cease all activities.Walla Walla Cattlemen’s Association will observe these directives to ensure compliance with all emergency procedures.

We are in hope that COVID-19 crisis will come to an end soon and our youth activities will resume. We will adapt to this situation by:

  • Allowing market steer exhibitors to bring their steers to the fair. At which time they will be tagged during the fair weigh-in. Currently we cannot plan to reschedule the steer weigh-in.If conditions allow, we will try to provide a weigh-in prior to the fair. However, there will be no opportunity for a Rate of Gain contest.
  • The steers must meet all the current weight and age restriction that are outlined in the Walla Walla Fair & Frontier Days Exhibitor’s Handbook. If the steer is found to NOT be eligible under the Livestock Sale Eligibility and Qualifications, they will not be able to sell at the 2020 Youth Market Sale.
  • Exhibitors must also be eligible according to the Walla Walla Fair & Frontier Days Exhibitor’s Handbook. If the exhibitor is found to NOT be eligible under the rules for 4-H and FFA they will not be able to sell their market steer at the 2020 Youth Market Sale.

Please stay in contact with WSU Extension Office, Walla Walla Fair & Frontier Days, 4-H Leaders and FFA Advisors for further information regarding any updates or changes.We hope you all stay healthy and safe during this epidemic.

Walla Walla County Cattlemen

2020 Market Sale Exhibitors

Thank you to all of the buyers and supporters!!!

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