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April 19, 2017

Wayne County Fairgrounds • Richmond, Ind.

Entry Deadline: March 23, 2017
Farrowing Date Requirement for Purebreds:
Jan. 1 and after
Sifter: Jordan Leatherman, Ind.

Rules & Regulations

All animals and health certificates must be inspected by show veterinarian prior to unloading.
Any animals unloaded prior to veterinarian inspection will be dismissed from barns and forfeit participation in sift and sale.
ENTRY INFORMATION
  • All entries must be postmarked by March 23, 2017. Entry fees for all entries must accompany the respective entry form.
  • Entries are limited to a maximum of six head per exhibitor.
  • All late entries will be charged double the regular entry fees. All entry fees are non-refundable.
EXHIBITOR REQUIREMENTS
  • All senior exhibitors must be active members of the NSR or must pay the $75 non-member exhibitor fee. An active senior member is age 22 and OVER, paid annual dues and recorded at least one litter in the 2017 fiscal year.
  • Participants age 21 and UNDER of age are required to pay a $15 junior participation fee.
  • If an exhibitor has an NSR account that is past due, funds from the sale of their animals will be applied to their past-due account.
ANIMAL REQUIREMENTS
  • Recommended farrowing date for Extravaganza pigs is Jan. 1, and after.
  • All purebred weanling pigs shown in purebred classes must have a pedigree which accompanies each entry or they will show as a crossbred.
  • Purebred pedigrees will be transferred to buyers by respective breed associations.
  • All pedigrees for purebred entries must be recorded by April 7, 2017, or an additional $25 rush fee will be charged.
  • All entries must be ear notched using the official NSR system (starting with number 1 in January and again in July of each year).
  • Barrows, boars and gilts are eligible for entry. Barrows and boars may sifted in the same classes, depending on number of entries. Gilts will be sifted in separate classes.
DNA STRESS STATEMENT
  • No known stress positive or stress carrier Duroc, Hampshire, Landrace or Yorkshire animals will be allowed to be exhibited or sold at any NSR-sponsored event.
  • Such warranty is, however, solely that of the seller and not that of the American Landrace Association (ALA), American Yorkshire Club (AYC), Hampshire Swine Registry (HSR) or the United Duroc Swine Registry (UDSR).
  • The ALA, AYC, HSR and USDR assume no responsibility or liability in connection with such warranty by the seller.
  • If any NSR purebred animal sold at this event is found to be a carrier of the stress gene, the purchaser has the right to receive full refund of the purchase price from the seller.
  • DNA testing for the stress gene must be done within 60 days of the sale date and all costs associated with testing for stress must be paid by the purchaser. The seller has the right to review the test results and the right to re-test the animal at a laboratory of his/her choice.
  • Cost associated with re-test by the seller is at the seller’s expense. There will be no refund of NSR commission from stress-carrier animals.
WEANLING SALE INFORMATION
  • A minimum of 50% of the pigs in each breed will be selected for the sale.
  • All animals selected and cataloged for the sale MUST go through the auction. Sale commission will be 15% for all animals. If an animal that is selected and cataloged for sale does not go through the sale ring, the exhibitor will be banned from exhibiting at NSR events for one year and will be charged 15% of the average selling price of their respective breed sale. This amount must be paid before reinstatement will be allowed. The exception to this rule will be if an animal has become injured or ill and is inspected by a NSR staff member prior to the sale.
  • The NSR acts only as the agent between buyer and seller. If proper payment is made by the buyer in a timely manner, the NSR will make settlement with the seller in approximately 30 days after the sale.In the event of non-payment and/or insufficient funds by the buyer, settlement with the seller will be delayed until collection is secured. If an exhibitor has an NSR account that is past due, funds from the sale of their animals will be applied to past-due accounts.
  • This event is sponsored by, and will be managed by, the NSR #AC303D000727.
PUREBRED BREED ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
  • By entering any purebred hog in the NSR Extravaganza, the owner warrants that the hog meets specific breed requirements.
  • Such warranty, however, is solely that of the seller and not that of the HSR, ALA, AYC and UDSR and the HSR, ALA, AYC and UDSR assumes no responsibility or liability in connection with such warranty by the seller.
  • For information on NSR breed eligibility requirements, please visit nationalswine.com/pedigree_services/breed_eligibility.php
  • If any Hampshire, Landrace or Yorkshire animal sold at the NSR Extravaganza is found to be a carrier of the color gene after being tested through the procedures approved by the HSR, ALA and AYC, the seller agrees that he/she will promptly refund the full purchase price to the buyer. There will be no refund of NSR commission from animals that are carriers of the color gene.
ARRIVAL, UNLOADING & CHECK-IN
  • ALL animals and CVIs must be inspected by show veterinarian prior to unloading.
  • Any animals unloaded prior to veterinarian inspection will be dismissed from barns and forfeit participation from sift & sale.
  • Pigs may arrive for inspection and unloading during the following times:
    • Tuesday, April 18: 5–9 p.m.
    • Wednesday, April 19: 6:30–9 a.m.

Health Regulations

  1. EACH ANIMAL ENTERING THE WAYNE COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS MUST BE LISTED ON AN OFFICIAL, INTERSTATE CERTIFICATE OF VETERINARY INSPECTION (CVI) ISSUED BY A LICENSED, ACCREDITED VETERINARIAN. THIS INCLUDES DELIVERY ANIMALS.
    1. CVIs must be issued on or after March 21, 2017.
    2. All animals and original CVIs will be inspected by show veterinarian and show staff prior to unloading.
    3. Multiple animals may be listed on one original CVI. Photocopies of CVIs can be made during show check-in for each animal after the show veterinarian has approved CVIs upon arrival.
    4. A permit must be obtained prior to transporting the animals into Indiana. Only accredited veterinarians may obtain permit numbers for entry. Permits for swine may be obtained at any time by visiting in.gov/boah/2661.htm, or Monday through Friday, between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. (Eastern), with the exception of state holidays, by calling (317) 544-2381, or toll free at (877) 747-3038.
  2. CVIs MUST BE ISSUED ON OR AFTER MARCH 21, 2017 WITH THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:
    1. Each CVI must show: Name and address of consignor, and be consigned to National Swine Extravaganza, Wayne County Youth Center, 861 Salisbury Road N., Richmond, IN 47374.
    2. ALL animals MUST be officially identified with a federally approved, permanently numbered ear tag. 840 ear tags are preferred. For more information on federally approved ear tags, please visit nationalswine.com.
    3. Health status of animal, including dates of required tests and vaccinations must be listed.
    4. A premise ID number MUST be included on CVI.
    5. The cell phone number of your veterinarian who issued the CVI MUST be included on the CVI.
    6. ALL CVIs MUST CARRY THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS:
      “Farm or origin of the 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 AND VACCINATIONS:
    1. PSEUDORABIES (PRV) TESTING: NEW FOR 2017!
      1. ALL ANIMALS MUST be individually tested for PRV on or after MARCH 21, 2017, UNLESS animals come from a
        PRV-qualified herd.
      2. Swine tested must have all official identification (sex, ear tag and ear notch) along with date blood sample was drawn (month, day and year) listed on CVI.
      3. Animals must test PRV-negative with all results on the dated CVI.
      4. Either the ELISA (gB ELISA), ALA or S/N tests are acceptable. Differentiable ELISA (g1 ELISA) test will NOT be accepted.
      5. 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.
    2. BRUCELLOSIS TESTING: NEW FOR 2017!
      1. ALL ANIMALS MUST be individually tested for brucellosis on or after MARCH 21, 2017, UNLESS animals originate from a validated brucellosis free herd.
        1. Swine tested must have all official identification (sex, ear tag and ear notch) along with date blood sample was drawn (month, day and year) 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.
    3. VACCINATIONS:
      1. All WEANLING animals MUST be vaccinated against mycoplasma & circovirus.
      2. It is strongly recommended that all animals are vaccinated against influenza. This is not a requirement.
  • Some requirements above are in addition to the state of Indiana regulations. However, they are necessary in meeting other state requirements for purchasers of show animals through sales as animals are reconsigned to new destinations.

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