The second Quality Assurance training will be held March 8 at Felicity High School. Registration will start at 10:00 a.m. and the training will begin at 10:30 a.m.
Mar 08, 2014
from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
|Where||Felicity High School|
|Contact Name||Gigi Neal|
|Contact Phone||513-732-7070, ext. 13|
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Registration will start at 10:00 a.m. and the training will begin at 10:30 a.m. Please review the Quality Assurance Rules for the Clermont County Junior Fair, listed below.
1. Quality Assurance programs will be scheduled each year to discuss tampering, violations and other state rules. Previous year attendance does not apply; participants must attend a program each year they participate with market livestock at the fair.
2. All Junior Fair market exhibitors’ parent/legal guardian or advisor must attend a Quality Assurance program even if they attended a meeting in the previous year.
3. All exhibitors in market steers, feeder calves, market lambs, market hogs, market goats, lactating dairy cattle, lactating dairy goats, market poultry and meat rabbits are required to complete an approved Quality Assurance Program in an Ohio County.
4. FFA exhibitors may meet this qualification through their Agriculture Education coursework, providing the instructor is certified through Ohio Quality Assurance training guidelines and recorded with Pork Quality Assurance as a qualified trainer.
5. Exhibitors who attend a Quality Assurance program in another county must submit paperwork to the Ohio State University Extension Office no later than June 15 of the current year to prove attendance. If this paperwork is not submitted by June 15, the member will not be allowed to show in the fair.
6. If there is a Rabbit Fun Show, market rabbit exhibitors may attend the Rabbit Quality Assurance meeting at the Rabbit Fun Show. This is for rabbits only and cannot fulfill the Quality Assurance requirements for other market animals.
7. This Quality Assurance education requirement does not apply to: Equine, dogs, cats, pygmy goats, non-lactating dairy cattle and non-lactating dairy goats, fancy poultry, pet rabbits, breeding rabbits, small animal projects, breeding sheep and mead breeding does.