We're excited to announce that the 2021 Butte County Fair Livestock Shows are happening. Below you will find updates related to the livestock shows. Please check in often or follow us on social media. SEE YOU AT THE FAIR!!!!
Rules and Schedule are subject to change dependent on COVID regulation from the state and local health officials.
Two divisions have been put in place for the transition from haired to slick market steer show. Haired Division may continue to fit the livestock as they have in previous years. Slicked division must shear the livestock’s entire body with the exstemption of the forearm down and the hock down. Exhibitors may only fit this portion of the livestock body. Steers will be required to be slick sheared prior to arriving at the fairgrounds.
All Market Steers will be slicked sheared. Steers will be required to be slick sheared prior to arriving at the fairgrounds. Steers can have hair from the forearm down and from the hock down. Exhibitors may only fit this portion of the livestock body.
This year all documents list below will be submitted on Google Forms in PDF format. One submission form per exhibitor. NO GROUP SUBMISSIONS. If you would like to drop off documents in the fair office you are more welcome to do so.
YQCA Certification is due by July 30th, 2021. These are required for every exhibitor regardless of affiliation. There is a link on the "LIVESTOCK" page to complete. The fair office needs a copy of the certification page. Pages are due July 23rd, same date that the signature pages are due. Please email to email@example.com or mail/bring into the fair office. There is a link on the livestock page you can use to complete your YQCA certification. If you have previously completed your YQCA certification send in your completed certification. In order to participate in a youth livestock program (excluding horse, cavies & dogs) at any California Fair, all exhibitors 9 years of age and older must obtain annual certification in the Youth for the Quality Care of Animals (YQCA) program or a comparable fair run program approved by the California Department of Food and Agriculture, Fairs and Expositions Branch. Those not certified are not eligible to participate at a California Fair.