National Barrow Show entry form

ATTENTION:
Before submitting entries for the NSR Fall Classic, please review the following information:

 

Complete a separate entry form for each exhibitor.

    • ALL entries are due by Sept. 18, 2019. Late entry fees double after the posted deadline.

    • NSR reserves the right to close entries after the posted deadline due to space limitations.

    • Berkshire and CPS breed entries can be submitted through their respective offices.

    • All information must be completed and proper fees submitted before an entry will be processed.

    • Entries are nonrefundable.

    • Due to online security restrictions, technical difficulties may occur if submitting online entries from a school, business or other public domain.

 

Fall Classic exhibitor entry limits and requirements:

    • Exhibitors may enter up to four purebred gilts and four purebred boars per breed.

    • Exhibitors may enter up two crossbred boars.

    • Exhibitors may enter up to six weanling pigs.

 

Fall Classic animal requirements:

    • All purebred hogs must be born on or after March 1, 2019.

 

Fall Classic entry fee information:

    • Purebred boar & gilt entry fees are $30 per head (late fees double after entry deadline)

    • Crossbred boar entry fees are $100 per head (late fees double after entry deadline)

    • A $15 Junior Participation Fee per exhibitor is required for participants age 21 and UNDER entering an open show.

    • A $75 non-member NSR exhibitor fee is required for exhibitors age 22 and OVER who have not paid the NSR annual dues or previous 2019 non-member fee.

     

Fall Classic additional exhibitor information:

• Due to space limitations, exhibitors will be provided one pen for every two pigs. Boars will receive an individual pen. Weanling Pigs will be provided one pen for 1-3 head entered and two pens for 4-6 head entered.

• Exhibitors MUST bring registration papers and certificate of veterinary inspection (CVI) to check-in at the show.

 

HEALTH REGULATIONS

ATTENTION: With heightened awareness and concerns with Foreign Animal Diseases (FADs), specifically African Swine Fever (ASF), it is critical to follow all health requirements below and that veterinarians and exhibitors take extra precaution to ensure the health of their animals. All animals attending the NSR Fall Classic should be inspected by an accredited veterinarian prior to an exhibitors' departure for the show.

If show staff or state officials identify animals that may have health concerns during unloading or while at the show, action may be taken, not limited to quarantine or sending animals home.

  1. EACH ANIMAL ENTERING THE STEPHENS COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS MUST BE LISTED ON AN OFFICIAL INTERSTATE CERTIFICATE OF VETERINARY INSPECTION (CVI) ISSUED BY A LICENSED, ACCREDITED VETERINARIAN. THIS INCLUDES DELIVERIES AND PARKING LOT PURCHASES. LOADS CONTAINING ANY SWINE WITHOUT ALL THE BELOW MENTIONED REQUIREMENTS WILL NOT BE GRANTED ACCESS TO THE STEPHENS COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS.
    1. All animals and CVI’s will be inspected by state officials prior to unloading.
    2. Multiple animals may be listed on the same original CVI. However, breeding stock and weanling pigs must be entered individually on separate original CVI’s.
    3. All entries coming from outside of Oklahoma MUST obtain an interstate permit number. Only your accredited veterinarian may obtain this permit number by calling the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture at 405.522.6141.
    4. CVI’s are not required to be stamped by the state of origin.
  2. CVI’s  MUST BE ISSUED ON OR AFTER Wednesday, October 9, 2019 WITH THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:
    1. Name and address of consignor; consigned to Fall Classic, Stephens County Expo and Fair, 2002 South 13th Street, Duncan, OK 73533.
    2. ALL animals (including deliveries and parking lot purchases) MUST be officially identified with a federally approved, permanently numbered ear tag. For more information on federally approved ear tags, please visit http://www.nationalswine.com/shows/ear_tags.php.  *SWINE ORGINATING FROM OKLAHOMA MUST HAVE AN OFFICIAL ELECTRONIC 840 TAG*
    3. Ear notches and official identification of each animal MUST be listed on the CVI.
    4. Health status of animal, including dates of required tests and vaccinations MUST be listed.
    5. A premises ID number MUST be included on the CVI.
    6. Your veterinarian’s cell phone number MUST be included on the CVI.
    7. ALL CVIs MUST CARRY THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS – “Farm or origin of swine”:
      1. Has not had Pseudorabies or swine dysentery in the last 12 months
      2. Has not had any clinical signs or diagnosis of TGE or PEDv in the last 60 days
      3. Feeds no raw garbage and uses no PRV vaccine
      4. Is not under quarantine for any disease condition
      5. Has not had vesicular stomatitis diagnosed within 10 miles of farm or origin in the last 30 days
  3. REQUIRED TESTS:
    1. PSEUDORABIES (PRV) TESTING:
      1. ALL ANIMALS MUST be individually tested for PRV ON OR AFTER FRIDAY, September 27, 2019 UNLESS animals come from a PRV-qualified herd.
        1. Swine tested must have all official identification and also include sex, ear tag and ear notch along with date blood sample was drawn (month, day and year) and negative results listed on CVI.
        2. Animals must test PRV-negative with all results on the dated CVI.
        3. Either the ELISA (gB ELISA), ALA or S/N tests are acceptable. Differentiable ELISA (g1 ELISA) test will NOT be accepted. 
        4. If the herd of origin is PRV qualified, individual testing of each animal is not required. In this case, the PRV qualification number must appear on the CVI and the most recent quarterly herd test date (month, day and year) must be stated on the CVI. The earliest quarterly test date that will be accepted will be July 27, 2019.
    2. BRUCELLOSIS TESTING:
      1. ALL ANIMALS MUST be individually tested for brucellosis ON OR AFTER FRIDAY, September 27, 2019 UNLESS animals originate from a validated brucellosis free herd.
        1. Swine tested must have all official identification and also include sex, ear tag and ear notch along with date blood sample was drawn (month, day and year) and negative results listed on CVI.
        2. Animals must test brucellosis negative with all results on the dated CVI.
        3. The RAP, Standard Plate, Standard Tube or BAPA brucellosis tests are all accepted.
        4. If the herd of origin is brucellosis validated, individual testing of each animal is not required. In this case, the validation numbers must appear on the CVI and the most recent quarterly herd test date (month, day and year) must be stated on the CVI. The earliest quarterly test date that will be accepted will be July 27, 2019.
  4. VACCINATIONS:
    1. ALL animals being exhibited in the breeding shows MUST be vaccinated against Leptospirosis (6-way) including Bratislava and Erysipelas ON OR AFTER September 27, 2019. The complete date of vaccination MUST be listed on the CVI. This is not a requirement for weanling pigs.
    2. All WEANLING animals MUST be vaccinated against mycoplasma & circovirus. This is a sale requirement for weanling pigs only.
    3. It is strongly recommended that all animals are vaccinated against influenza. This is not a requirement.
  5. PERMIT REQUIREMENT
    1. All out-of-state entries MUST obtain an interstate permit number. ONLY an accredited veterinarian may obtain this permit number by calling the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture at 405.522.6141.

IMPORTANT REMINDERS

  • We highly recommend printing these requirements and reviewing them with your veterinarian.
  • Please review CVI’s prior to leaving for the event to ensure all required information is completed accurately.
  • Oklahoma Exhibitors: Some requirements listed above may be in addition to the health requirements for fall shows in Oklahoma. However, they must be included on the animals CVI’s in order to be exhibited at the Fall Classic.
  • Oklahoma Department of Agriculture Veterinarians will inspect all animals and CVI’s prior to unloading. Any animals not meeting health requirements may be prevented from exhibition at this event.
  • In some instances, these rules are in addition to Oklahoma regulations, but are necessary to sell animals into other states to meet interstate transport and entry requirements for swine.
  • The rules above are the same for breeding stock & weanling pigs unless specified otherwise.
  • For the most up-to-date health regulations for the Fall Classic, be sure to visit www.nationalswine.com.

 


For more information:

Clay Zwilling 765-463-3594 • clay@nationalswine.com

For more complete details on the NSR Fall Classic, visit www.nationalswine.com.

“By my entering in this event, I agree to comply with all rules, regulations and policies.”