ALL MARKET ANIMALS MUST BE OWNED BY THE JR. FAIR EXHIBITOR
Department Lease Agreements are listed below.
Lease Agreement Rules for Jr. Fair 1. If any exhibitor and/or their immediate family do not own 100% of the animal, they will need to fill out a lease agreement in order to show the animal in the Jr. Fair show at the Darke Co. fair. 2. Immediate family is defined as: parent, siblings and step-parents. Siblings must live at the same address as the exhibitor who wishes to show the animal. 3. Lease agreement must be turned in to the Jr. Fair Coordinator by the following dates: Cats, Beef, Goats, Horses, Poultry, Rabbits and Sheep - June 1 Dogs - April 1 Dairy - April 15 4. All information must be filled in completely on lease agreement and signed. Missing information will result in not being able to show. This also includes pictures, registration papers, tattoo numbers, scrapie tag number and etc. that are needed to identify the animal. 5. Lease agreements will not end until the last day of the Darke County Fair at midnight. 6. If the exhibitor is 12 years old or older, they will need to purchase an exhibitor ticket in order to show in the open show. 7. Proof of ownership may be asked for at anytime if a lease agreement is not in place for the animal being shown by a Jr. Fair exhibitor if the ownership is in question. Proper paperwork will need to be presented in order to clarify ownership on pure-bred animals. 8. Lease agreement used for the Darke Co. Fair, may not be used for the Ohio State Fair. 9. Animal maybe be shown in the Open Class show by the owner.