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SDJPSA Rules

INTERPRETATION OF THESE RULES:
The SDJPS Ambassadors and Director, have the final and absolute right to interpret these rules and regulations and to arbitrarily settle and determine all matters, violations, complaints and questions or differences in regard thereto, or otherwise arising out of, or connected with, or incidental to the sanctioned shows. They can and will enforce these rules and regulations at all times.

South Dakota Junior Point Show Association
Beef Rules
The South Dakota Junior Point Show Association (SDJPSA) will be giving an award to juniors who accumulate the greatest number of points in a given year in each breed. The SDJPSA calendar will run from October 1, 2017 to Sept. 1, 2018. Points start at zero each year beginning at Oct. 1. 
 
Breeds will need to have a representation of 5 exhibitors entered per breed per sex for the year to maintain breed representation and to receive year end awards. Example: There needs to be 5  Angus Heifer participants to receive an award. An animal must be shown twice to received year end awards within your breed.
 
Points shall be earned on the following basis for every specie:


















Anytime an exhibitor is named champion or reserve champion of any breed, he or she will receive the same number of points as the highest point-getting class winner of that breed rather than the number of points for his or her original class. In addition, the breed champion will receive 5 bonus points and the reserve champion will receive 3 bonus points.

When a show selects a top 2 through 5 Overall Breeds, bonus points will be given to those exhibitors. Champion = 10; Res. Champion = 5; 3rd Overall = 3; 4th Overall =2; 5th Overall =1.
All points recorded in a class are based on actual number of junior class cattle that enter the showing regardless if they are point show members or not. The points you receive will be based on your actual placing in the junior show.      
If one person exhibits more than one head in a breed, only the best placing will be recorded per breed.
 
Sanctioned shows are encouraged to offer breed & age classes for heifers, regardless of the number entered.
 
SDJPS program will conform to any specific rules established by that particular breed association.
 
In each division, the cattle must be entered in the name of the individual, the individual’s immediate family or the individual’s immediate family’s ranch name. They must be shown by the individual for any points to be recorded. Even though a substitute show person may be granted by the SDJPSA, points will not be awarded to an exhibitor unless he or she is in attendance to show his or her own animals.
 
The SDJPSA age requirement is at least 8 years old and not older than 21 years old as of Jan 1 2018. We will conform to specific breed rules; if you are still eligible to show within a breed as a junior member we will allow you to participate in SDJPS in that breed division/s only. Youth are expected to follow the rules of the breed they are exhibiting.
 
Year-end points are calculated for beef heifers and steers by totaling points earned by an exhibitor. Winners in each breed for heifers and steers will be recognized. Overall Heifer and Overall Market Beef points are calculated by adding all points earned throughout the year.
 
A $10 annual fee/exhibitor is required to participate.
 
First place ties will be broken by which youth attends the most junior shows.
Fall heifers are eligible to participate but they must be born in the 2016 year. Market heifers are eligible to participate.  Cow/calf pairs do not qualify. Youth are to check with each individual show for specific arrival and release times and dates.
 
Entries will be accepted anytime throughout the showing year. There will be a 10 day grace period after each show in which individuals can get entry forms in so points from that show will be counted.

Each show is responsible for submitting their results to the director in a timely fashion, at which time the director will calculated points and post them on the website.

SDJPSA Rules

INTERPRETATION OF THESE RULES:
The SDJPS Ambassadors and Director, have the final and absolute right to interpret these rules and regulations and to arbitrarily settle and determine all matters, violations, complaints and questions or differences in regard thereto, or otherwise arising out of, or connected with, or incidental to the sanctioned shows. They can and will enforce these rules and regulations at all times.
South Dakota Junior Point Show Association
 Livestock Showmanship Rules
The South Dakota Junior Point Show Association (SDJPSA) will be giving an award to juniors who accumulate the greatest number of points in a given year in each age division- Jr. Jr. Showmanship (ages 8-10),Jr. Showmanship (ages 11-13),and Sr. Showmanship (ages 14-21).

The SDJPSA calendar will run from October 1, 2017 to September 1, 2018. Points start at zero each year beginning at Oct. 1.
Division is determined by age as of Jan. 1, 2018. (Same as 4-H age)
Points shall be earned on the following basis for every specie:

















 


Anytime an exhibitor is named champion or reserve champion showman, he or she will receive 5 bonus points for champion and the reserve champion will receive 3 bonus points.
 
The judge’s discretion will be used; if only the top five in an age division are placed only those five will receive points; however the shows will be encouraged to place everyone who participates.
 
A $5 fee/exhibitor is required to participate.
 
At such shows as the Summer Spotlight, members will receive the highest point value from as many breed showmanship contests as they participate in. Example: If you win Hereford showmanship at the Spotlight and were 3rd place in Chi showmanship your points from the Hereford showmanship will be the only one counted for that show.
 
Shows are encouraged to offer 3 showmanship divisions for each species.

SDJPSA Rules

INTERPRETATION OF THESE RULES:
The SDJPS Ambassadors and Director, have the final and absolute right to interpret these rules and regulations and to arbitrarily settle and determine all matters, violations, complaints and questions or differences in regard thereto, or otherwise arising out of, or connected with, or incidental to the sanctioned shows. They can and will enforce these rules and regulations at all times.
South Dakota Junior Point Show Association
2018 South Dakota Junior Point Show Association Mkt. Lamb Rules
The South Dakota Junior Point Show Association (SDJPSA) will be giving an award to juniors who accumulate the greatest number of points in a given year. Market sheep will be split by breed for year end awards.  Hampshire, Suffolk, Speckle Face, Natural, Wool Breeds, Crossbred, Southdown, & Dorset are the breeds recognized. The SDJPSA calendar will run from March 1, 2018 to September 1, 2018. Points start at zero each year beginning at March 1.

Breeds will need to have a representation of 5 participants entered per breed division for the year to maintain breed representation and to receive year end awards. Example: There needs to be 5 youth who plan on exhibiting Natural market lambs for participants who actually show Natural market lambs to receive an award.

Points shall be earned on the following basis for every specie:

















 


Anytime an exhibitor is named champion or reserve champion of any breed, he or she will receive the same number of points as the highest point-getting class winner of that breed rather than the number of points for his or her original class. In addition, the breed champion will receive 5 bonus points and the reserve champion will receive 3 bonus points.

All points recorded in a class are based on actual number of junior class sheep that enter the showing regardless if they are point show members or not. The points you receive will be based on your actual placing in the junior show.

If one person exhibits more than one head in a division, only the best placing will be recorded per division.

Sanctioned shows are encouraged to offer breed classes, regardless of the number entered, combine ewes and wethers, break classes by breed then weight.

SDJPS program will conform to any specific rules established by that particular breed association.

In each division, the sheep must be entered in the name of the individual, the individual’s immediate family or the individual’s immediate family’s ranch name. They must be shown by the individual for any points to be recorded. Even though a substitute show person may be granted by the SDJPSA, points will not be awarded to an exhibitor unless he or she is in attendance to show his or her own animals.

The SDJPSA age requirement is at least 8 years old and not older than 21 years old as of Jan. 1 2018.

Year-end points are calculated for market lambs by totaling points earned by an exhibitor. Winners in each breed for market lambs will be recognized.

A $10 annual fee/exhibitor is required to participate.

First place ties will be broken by which youth attends the most junior shows.

Youth are to check with each individual show for specific arrival and release times and dates.

 Entries will be accepted anytime throughout the showing year. There will be a 10 day grace period after each show in which individuals can get entry forms in so points from that show will be counted.


SDJPSA Rules

INTERPRETATION OF THESE RULES:
The SDJPS Ambassadors and Director, have the final and absolute right to interpret these rules and regulations and to arbitrarily settle and determine all matters, violations, complaints and questions or differences in regard thereto, or otherwise arising out of, or connected with, or incidental to the sanctioned shows. They can and will enforce these rules and regulations at all times.
 South Dakota Junior Point Show Association
2018 South Dakota Junior Point Show Association Mkt. Swine Rules
The South Dakota Junior Point Show Association (SDJPSA) will be giving an award to juniors who accumulate the greatest number of points in a given year. Market gilts and barrows will be classified as crossbred or purebred in their divisions for year end awards. The SDJPSA calendar will run from March 1, 2018 to September 1, 2018. Points start at zero each year beginning at Jan 1.

Divisions will need to have a representation of 5 participants entered per division for the year to maintain representation and to receive year end awards.

Points shall be earned on the following basis for every specie:

















 


Anytime an exhibitor is named champion or reserve champion of any division, he or she will receive the same number of points as the highest point-getting class winner of that division rather than the number of points for his or her original class. In addition, the division champion will receive 5 bonus points and the reserve division champion will receive 3 bonus points.
 
All points recorded in a class are based on actual number of class hogs that enter the showing regardless if they are point show members or not. The points you receive will be based on your actual placing in the junior show.
 
If one person exhibits more than one head in a division, only the best placing will be recorded per division.
 
Sanctioned shows are encouraged to offer breed division classes, regardless of the number entered. Breed divisions recognized: Purebred Gilt, Purebred Barrow, Crossbred Gilt, Crossbred Barrow.
 
In each division, the hog must be entered in the name of the individual, the individual’s immediate family or the individual’s immediate family’s ranch name. They must be shown by the individual for any points to be recorded. Even though a substitute show person may be granted by the SDJPSA, points will not be awarded to an exhibitor unless he or she is in attendance to show his or her own animals.
 
The SDJPSA age requirement is at least 8 years old and not older than 21 years old as of Jan. 1 2018.
 
Year-end points are calculated by totaling points earned by an exhibitor. Winners in each division will be recognized.
 
A $10 annual fee/exhibitor is required to participate.
 
First place ties will be broken by which youth attends the most junior shows.
 
Youth are to check with each individual show for specific arrival and release times and dates and rules.
 
Entries will be accepted anytime throughout the showing year. There will be a 10 day grace period after each show in which individuals can get entry forms in so points from that show will be counted.

SDJPSA Rules

INTERPRETATION OF THESE RULES:
The SDJPS Ambassadors and Director, have the final and absolute right to interpret these rules and regulations and to arbitrarily settle and determine all matters, violations, complaints and questions or differences in regard thereto, or otherwise arising out of, or connected with, or incidental to the sanctioned shows. They can and will enforce these rules and regulations at all times.
South Dakota Junior Point Show Association
2018 South Dakota Junior Point Show Association Goat Rules
The South Dakota Junior Point Show Association (SDJPSA) will be giving an award to juniors who accumulate the greatest number of points in a given year. Market wethers and does will be classified in their divisions for year end awards. Breeding Doe Division Classes should be broken by age. The SDJPSA calendar will run from March 1, 2018 to September 1, 2018. Points start at zero each year beginning at Mar 1.

Breeding Doe and Market Doe and Wether divisions will need to have a representation of 5 participants entered with SDJPS per division for the year to maintain representation and to receive year end awards. Market classes should be broken by sex and then by weight, judge should pick a champ and reserve doe and champ and reserve wether. Breeding Doe division needs to be included at all sanctioned goat shows. Shows should break breeding classes according to age. The Overall Meat Goat Award is given to the individual earning the accumulated points among all three goat divisions.

Points shall be earned on the following basis for every specie:

















 


Breeding Meat Goats- Age requirement: Minimum of 3 months old; there is no maximum age.
Anytime an exhibitor is named champion or reserve champion of any division, he or she will receive the same number of points as the highest point-getting class winner of that division rather than the number of points for his or her original class. In addition, the division champion will receive 5 bonus points and the reserve division champion will receive 3 bonus points.
 
All points recorded in a class are based on actual number in the class showing regardless if they are point show members or not. The points you receive will be based on your actual placing in the junior show.
 
If one person exhibits more than one head in a division, only the best placing will be recorded per division.
 
Sanctioned shows must offer both doe and wether classes, regardless of the number entered.
 
In each division, the goat must be entered in the name of the individual, the individual’s immediate family or the individual’s immediate family’s ranch name. They must be shown by the individual for any points to be recorded. Even though a substitute show person may be granted by the SDJPSA, points will not be awarded to an exhibitor unless he or she is in attendance to show his or her own animals.
 
The SDJPSA age requirement is at least 8 years old and not older than 21 years old as of Jan. 1 2018.
 
Year-end points are calculated by totaling points earned by an exhibitor. Winners in each division will be recognized.
 
A $10 annual fee/exhibitor is required to participate.
 
First place ties will be broken by which youth attends the most junior shows.
 
Youth are to check with each individual show for specific arrival and release times and dates and rules.
 
Entries will be accepted anytime throughout the showing year. There will be a 10 day grace period after each show in which individuals can get entry forms in so points from that show will be counted.