of the Wirt County Fair is to promote interest in agriculture,
homemaking and community life.
be accepted only from Wirt County residents, students of
Wirt County Schools or members from Wirt County organizations with the
exception of open livestock divisions.
be entered between 4:00-8:00 p.m. Tuesday and are not to
be removed before 9:00 p.m. closing day. Prize money will be forfeited
by failing to follow this rule. Market animals will be removed Saturday
evening of the fair.
assumes no responsibility in case of loss or damage to exhibit and upon
this condition only are entries received.
In order to
enter an exhibit into the fair, the exhibitor must have an exhibitor's
number from the fair office.
case of no competition in a class, the right is reserved to award a
second or third place, if the exhibit is not worthy of a higher placing.
No cash awards
outside of those listed. Ribbons only, and only one set of ribbons,
given per class.
enter as many classes as they wish, but only one entry
in each class, except livestock, poultry and rabbits. In the livestock,
poultry and rabbit divisions, one or more entries may be made in each
class by an exhibitor. Refer to further livestock rules and regulations
for more details.
In Open and
Junior classes, the exhibits must be made or grown by exhibitor.
exhibitor is defined as any youth who is a member of a Wirt
County 4-H Club, a member of the Wirt County chapter of the Future
Farmers of America, and/or other groups recognized by the Wirt County
must keep all marks or identity off exhibits until judging
products of this show must have been grown in 2016-2017.
exhibits in this department must be grown by the exhibitor in his
garden or on his farm.
one set of ribbons per class.