The Waterford Community Fair announced the Hog Sale checks will be available for pick up on Saturday September 23, 2023 from 9:30am- 12noon. Hog Exhibitors will need to visit the Athletic Boosters vendor both to sign for their check. If you are unable to make the Saturday time, then checks will be mailed out on Monday.
Washington County Fair Livestock Sale Checks can be picked up October 7 & 8, 2023 between 9:00 am and 2:00 pm at the Senior Fair Board Office, 922 Front St, Marietta.
A W-9 must be completed and on file at the Sr Fairboard Office when the sale check is picked up. Printed forms are available at the Sr Fairboard Office for new exhibitors. If exhibitors already completed a form in 2022, then another form is not needed. New exhibitors can pick up, complete, and turn in a W-9 at the Sr Fairboard Office.
The W-9 can be printed from here as well: IRS W-9 From
The Washington County Fairboard is hosting a Fall Festival on Saturday, October 14. They are asking for help from the community to provide this new event!
Help is needed with:
- Cookie Decorating
- Dining Hall/Food Service
- Gem Mining
- Pumpkin Painting/Carving
- Pumpkin Patch
- Wooden Race Car
Here is the link to volunteer: https://signup.com/go/kTvVaBx
Dear Barlow Independent Jr Fair Exhibitor:
Welcome to the 152nd Barlow Independent Fair!
BUYER INVITATIONS: Personally contact buyers and business people in your area. Last year’s buyers are listed in the Junior Fair Guide. For new buyers – call the Extension Office 740-376-7431 with name of business, name of contact person, and mailing address. We will send them a new buyer’s packet.
MARKET ANIMAL ARRIVAL & WEIGH IN: Animals will be weighed at the Barlow Independent Fairgrounds on Wednesday, September 27. Please note the following schedule:
- 5:00 – 5:30 pm: Market Dairy Goat Weigh-in Cattle Barn
- 5:30 – 8:00 pm Feeder Calf Weigh-in Cattle Barn
- 4:00 – 6:00 pm: Market Duck Weigh-in (last name A – M) Poultry Barn
- 6:00 – 8:00 pm: Market Duck Weigh-in (last name N – Z) Poultry Barn
- Duck exhibitors can bring extra ducks, but the extra ducks will not be weighed or banded unless one does not make weight. Exhibitors need to have their ducks picked out and matched for a pen ahead of time.
FEEDER CALF NOTES:
- Bred and Owned Award – You will indicate if you have bred and owned your feeder calf at weigh-in.
- Open Show Only animals are eligible for trailer in. All Jr Fair Animals will stay the entire fair.
LIVESTOCK PICTURES WILL BE TAKEN AT THE FOLLOWING TIMES (During their shows):
Thursday night during Showmanship Duck Pictures Poultry Barn
Friday, 3:30 pm Dairy Goat Pictures Show Barn
Saturday, 8:00 am Feeder Calf Pictures Show Barn
The pictures will be available on Saturday prior to the sale for you to pick-up. The feeder calf and goat pictures will be located in the show barn and the duck pictures will be in the poultry barn for you to pick-up. It is recommended that you purchase a frame for the 5 X 7 photo.
DRUG USE NOTIFICATION FORM (DUNF): This online is NOW AVAILABLE and must be completed by Monday, September 25. NOTE THE DEADLINE!! This is required for Market Dairy Goats and Market Ducks (not required for feeder calves). You will complete a DUNF for each pen you are bringing to the fair! You will get an email confirmation after the DUNF is submitted. https://go.osu.edu/barlow-dunf
Duck exhibitors – your leg band numbers will be needed to complete the Online DUNF. The legband assignments are listed below at the end of this email.
EXHIBITOR NUMBERS: will be handed out along with safety pins when you check-in prior to weigh-in. These must be worn during showmanship and market classes.
MEMBERSHIP TICKETS & ADMISSION: $20 membership tickets will be sold at the Senior Fair Board Office and at other dates listed on our Facebook page. Those purchasing a membership ticket can vote in the annual fair election on Saturday, September 30th from 12:00-4:00 pm in the Senior Fair Board Office.
FAIRBOARD OFFICE HOURS: Office hours before the fair will be posted on the fair Facebook page. During the fair the office is open from 8:00 am – 8:00 pm.
GATE & PARKING: Parking will be in the same designated areas, outside of the gates; handicap parking will be available inside the gates, by entering the State Route 550 gate.
CAMPING: There will be camping available, Contact the Paul Fleming if interested.
BUYERS GIFTS: Rather than providing gifts to buyers, we encourage you visit the buyer’s place of business or mail them a thank you card after the sale. Buyers appreciate your thoughtfulness, but they can be overwhelmed with gifts during the sale and trying to transport them home.
SALE: The sale will be held on Saturday, September 30 at 5:00 pm in the Show Barn with the Buyer’s Reception at 4:00. Exhibitors will be taking their animals into the ring during the auction. Sale Order: Pies & Cakes, Market Ducks, Market Dairy Goats, Feeder Calf Heifers, Feeder Calf Steers.
SALE CHECKS: Checks will be mailed to you following the fair by November 5 or before.
THANK YOU, POSTER CONTEST: Posters will be judged at the fair and must be in place by the evening of weigh in. Judging is based on originality, neatness & creativity on relaying a “Thank You” message to the buyers. Awards will be 1st $15; 2nd $10; & 3rd $5. Please list exhibitor’s name & age on front of poster. All market project exhibitors are required to display a poster.
BOOTHS: There will be 4-H & FFA booths exhibited in the Lad & Lassie Building. FFA fruits and vegetable will also be exhibited in the Lad & Lassie Building.
- Setup – Tuesday, Sept 26 from 4:00 to 8:00 pm
- Tear Down – Sunday, Oct 1 from 4:00 to 6:00 pm
Lad & Lassie Building: In addition to 4-H & FFA Booths there will be the following events.
- Trash Can Painting Contest – Entries Tuesday, Sept 26 from 4:00 to 8:00 pm
- Produce for Jr. Fair Wednesday, Sept 27 from 5:00 to 8:00 pm
- Baking Contest – Saturday, Sept. 30 from 8:00 am to 10:00 am
HORSE SHOW: The Open Contest Horse Show on Saturday at 10:00 am and the Open Pleasure Horse Show will be on Sunday at 10:00 am
CURFEW: All barns will be closed by 10:00 pm each evening. The grounds will be closed at 10:00 pm.
It is your responsibility to read and practice the rules for the fair. The Junior Fair Activities Guide and the Barlow fair book have this information. Junior Fair Activity Guides are available at the Ohio State University Extension Office.
Barlow Independent Fair Board
Barlow Independent Fair Board
4-H Youth Development
|EXHIBITOR NAME||LEG BAND NUMBER||LEG BAND NUMBER|
|Kyndyl Mae Bauerbach||056||058|
|Kyndyl Mae Bauerbach||062||074|
PEN TEAR DOWN: will be Sunday, September 10 at 3:00. Washington County Fair Exhibitors: You must attend either attend setup or tear down. Any Washington County Fair exhibitor not signing out will forfeit 20% of their total sales.
Premier Exhibitor & Reserve Champion Market Rabbits – Chloe Schweitzer was purchased by Wood Heating and AC for $2,300.
Grand Champion Market Rabbits – Kylee Hockenberry was purchased Pioneer Chevrolet, GMC / Pioneer Ford, Lincoln / Pioneer Ez Auto for $1,125.
Premier Exhibitor Market Steer – Jordan Seaman was purchased by Belpre Sand & Gravel Co. for $7,100.
Grand Champion Market Steer – Aidan Woodruff was purchased by Belpre Sand & Gravel Co. for $10,600.
Reserve Champion Market Steer – Jacob Huck was purchased by Ohio Valley Alloy Services & Pine Ridge Meat Processing for $11,500.
Rate of Gain Market Steer – Logan Bowersock was purchased by Belpre Sand & Gravel Co. for $5,200.
Premier Exhibitor Market Goat – Haley Bolden was purchased by Dairy Queen of Marietta, Jay Edwards, State Representative, Charlie Schilling, Mark Porter Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, Lashley Tractor Sales Marietta, Quaker City, Zanesville, and St. Clairsville, & R.C. & Son Construction for $900.
Grand Champion Market Goat – Aaliyah Kennedy was purchased by Dairy Queen of Marietta, Jay Edwards, State Representative, Charlie Schilling, Mark Porter Chevrolet Buick GMC, Lashley Tractor Sales Marietta, Quaker City, Zanesville, and St. Clairsville, & R.C. & Son Construction for $2,200.
Reserve Champion Market Goat – Parker McClain was purchased by Dairy Queen of Marietta, Jay Edwards, State Representative, Charlie Schilling, Lashley Tractor Sales Marietta, Quaker City, Zanesville, and St. Clairsville, & R.C. & Son Construction for $2,500.
Premier Exhibitor Market Turkey – Travis Morris was purchased by Pioneer Chevrolet, GMC / Pioneer Ford, Lincoln / Pioneer Ez Auto for $3,100.
Grand Champion Market Turkey – Daryan Enochs was purchased by Jay Edwards, State Representative, Peoples Bank, Dairy Queen of Marietta, Stevens’s Oil & Gas LLC, Don Jones, State Representative 95th District & Mark Porter Chevrolet Buick GMC for $3,000.
Reserve Champion Market Turkey – Ashley Morris was purchased by Mountain Ears Hearing Clinic & McAlarney Pools, Spas, & Billiards for $1,800.
Premier Exhibitor & Grand Champion Market Lamb – Alexis White was purchased by Pioneer Chevrolet, GMC / Pioneer Ford, Lincoln / Pioneer Ez Auto for $2,400.
Reserve Champion Market Lamb – Addysen Griffin was purchased by Peoples Bank, Jay Edwards, State Representative, Charlie Schilling, Dairy Queen of Marietta, Mark Porter Chevrolet Buick GMC, & Don Jones, State Representative 95th District for $2,400.
Premier Exhibitor Market Chickens – Kaylie Barth was purchased by Pioneer Chevrolet, GMC / Pioneer Ford, Lincoln / Pioneer Ez Auto for $1,350.
Grand Champion Market Chickens – Dylan Barth was purchased by Don Jones, State Representative 95th District, Jay Edwards, State Representative, Peoples Bank, & Charlie Schilling for $1,000.
Reserve Champion Market Chickens – Bryce Saltzwedel was purchased by Schaad Scrap Vehicles & Bags and Beyond for $650.
DAIRY FEEDER STEER
Premier Exhibitor Market Dairy Feeder Steer – Macie Smith was purchased by R.C. & Son Construction for $3,500.
Grand Champion Market Dairy Feeder Steer – Kara Schaad was purchased by Jackson County Regional Livestock Market for $4,100.
Reserve Champion Market Dairy Feeder Steer – Holly Schlarman was purchased by Beverly Feed & Equipment for $2,400.
Here is the livestock sale order for our Tuesday sale starting at 4:00 pm. If you have changes to the parent information listed on the program, please email changes to firstname.lastname@example.org by 8:00 am Tuesday morning.
Sale Order: Dairy Feeders, Rabbits, Steers, Goats, Turkeys, Lambs, Chickens
The Washington County Farm Bureau is doing a kids activities booth at the county fair and is still looking for volunteers (adults or high school age). About 5 volunteers are needed on Saturday, September 2 from noon to 4:00.
Kaitlyn Hodges would be the point of contact and can write community service paperwork up for anyone volunteering.