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October 9, 1991     Cloverdale Reveille
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October 9, 1991

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Page 8, Cloverdale Reveille, Oct. 9, 1991 Young DeAnn Buergler took a Reserve In Show at the Mendocino Count) Fair and Apple Show in Boonville with her rabbits. Becky Buergler of Cloverdale 4-tl is shown with her prize- winning Call Ducks that one Best of Show at the Redwood Empire Fair in Ukiah. Man), Cloverdale youngsters enjoy the bern'fits of 4-1t programs. 4-H FAIR they'll be judged on their sho man- ship techniques. Because their cloth- ing will get very dirty during the fitting, they are not required to wear the traditional white uniforms There will be lots of white show- ing at the dairy heifer show on Sun- day, as many' of dairy breeds of cattle sport white in their coats. About 35 heifers are expected - up about a dozen over last year. , '1any of the heifers 'and their owners arecoming from Mendocino County, with a few from Humboldt County also slated to go up against some of Sonoma County's best dairy heifers. More entries from the north are also expected in the breeding beef show. Early reports on their numbers also indicate their entries are up, possibly due to the inclusion this year of FFA members for the first time. It is wise to note here that these are breeding stock, not market animals. Also slated to most likely later become breeding stock for 4- H or FFA projects are February and March gilts in the swine show on Saturday morning. While the swine show is still small in numbers, as this is just their second year at the 4-H Fair, they will still offer their piggly charm for fairgocrs to enjoy. Other shows also set for Saturday morning will include rabbits, cavies, horses and dogs. The ARBA sanc- tioned rabbit show will start at 8 a.m. and is expected to last most of the day. Rabbit entries are expected to be down somewhat, as there is a very large open rabbit show in Pleasanton the same weekend. The Cloverdale legional 4-H Fair will still have plenty of bunnies for spectators to admire. The 4-H/FFA horse show will "also go on all day, after an 8:30 a.m. start up time. It will feature a new class for jumpers this year in the arena next to Burnside Hall. Traditional halter, showmanship, western and English classes are set along with a few fun classes such as costume and bare- back dollar bill derby. Exhibitors can also test their skills in trail and horse- mastership classes. Annually Sonoma County 4-H Dog Care and Training group offers a "'Fall Doggie Daze" and it will start at 9:30 a.m, Saturday. Showmanship classes in which the handlers are judged on how well they handle their dogs will be held, as well as obedi- ence classes. Always appearing full of fun, the pygmy goats will have their show on Sunday. Just on the other side of the outdoor stage area will be an ADGA Sanctioned Dairy Goat Show. Both goat shows will also offer some game type classes just for fun. The pop bottle milking contest is always a challenge for the dairy goat exhib- itors. The poultry show will also be held Sunday starting at 10 a.m. A wide variety of standard and exotic chick- ens, water fowl and even a few tur- keys are expected. Cloverdale resi- dent Gary Wilson will judge the poultry. He is also an exhibitor of many poultry champions at other fairs throughout the state. Top showmanship exhibitors from each show will qualify to compete in the small and large animal round robins on Sunday afternoon, to com- plete the Regional 4-H Fair's annual events. L Christie. and Robin Gurrics. til/z prize tinning rabbit at a Cloverdale 4-11 Regional Fair. Saturday, October 12 SHOW EVENTS AND TIMES Rabbit Show 8 a . Horse Show 8:30 a. )wOg Care & Training 9:30 a: ine 10 a: Cavy Show 11 a. Lamb Fitting & Showmanship 1 Exhibits & Demonstrations 10 a,m, to 5 Sunday, October 13 SHOW EVENTS AND TIMES Poultry Coop-In 8:00 to 9:30 a, Poultry Show 10 a. DairyGoat Show 10 a. PygmyGoat Show , , 10 a, Guide uog uppy Oc)eaience 11 eef Show 11 a. Dairy Heifer Show 2 Small Animal Round Robin 3 Larcle Animal Round Robin After Da;.ry Exhits & Demonstrations 10 a.m, to Saluting Our @ Edward A. Biery, D.V.M. House Calls/Pick-Up and Delivery Hills Prescription Diets Emergency On-Call Service Science Diet Cat Food Wysong Professional Pet Foods Quality Flea Products that Work! OPEN MONDAY - FRIDAY 8:00 TO I:00 AND 2:00 TO 6:00 EVERY OTHER SATURDAY 8:00 TO 12 NOON WE ARE THE  ASK ARO! 4-Hers' HARD WORK BENEFITS US ALL For your... Farm Supplies - Irrigation Pumps Hardware - Nursery Stock or Lawn & Garden \\;A--C-E. "; ...Visit Serving the area for 32 years We Pccognize.the Great Job our local 4.Hare and have done! JACK H. 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