Garfield County Fair

GARFIELD COUNTY FAIR

July 26-31, 2021

July 26….7:30AM—Horses in place.  Horses must be stalled between 10AM and 8PM, unless released by superintendent.  If released, time is only from 8PM to 10AM.  Horses may stall Monday night but are not  required.  Required to stall beginning Wednesday at 4PM and remain until Saturday Night at 7PM.  Horses must be stalled in assigned stalls.

8:00AM—Horse Show—Begins with showmanship.  Show order posted.

 

July 27….8AM-12PM—Static Entry Day:  Interview judging of all static exhibits except horticulture .  All entries must be checked in by 11AM to be judged and eligible for State Fair & Champion Awards.

 

July 28….10AM—Small Animal Show:  Small animals in place.  Mandatory 4-H  Orientation, Interview Judging Cats, Pets, Rabbits, Poultry.

 1PM-3PM—Weigh in Livestock and Horses in place except stocker feeders and lactating dairy

4PM-8PM-—Exhibit Hall Open

 

July 29….9AM—-Garfield Co Livestock Show:

Breakfast provided by TK Cattle Co & Nelson Herefords

  1. Beef                                    3.  Dairy Goats                                     5.  Market Goats
  2. Dairy                                  4.  Sheep

10AM-8PM—-Exhibit Hall Open

 

July 30….10AM-—Garfield Co Swine Show

Breakfast provided by TK Cattle Co and Nelson Herefords

10AM-8PM—-Exhibit Hall Open

30 Minutes after Swine show—Round Robin for Champion Sr Showmen (Beef, Sheep, Swine, Goats, Horses)

6:30PM—-Rodeo Parade of Champions—Purple Ribbon winners be at the East gate by arena at 5:45 PM to receive tickets to rodeo.   Flags will lead off.  Limit to top 2 results to be announced.  OFFICIAL 4-H dress required.

 

July 31….1PM-7PM—-Exhibit Hall Open-No Exhibits Will Be Released Until Sunday Without Permission of the Superintendent.

4:00PM—-Livestock Premium Auction—ALL LIVESTOCK RELEASED ON SUNDAY:PENS/STALLS MUST BE CLEANED WITHIN 48 HOURS OR NO PREMIUMS WILL BE PAID.

 

August 1…After fair clean-up; release of Exhibits.