Entries & Exhibits

The Living Arts & Senior Exhibits, and animal entries are a tradition at the Davis County Fair! Support agriculture. Try something new!


General Competition

Do you bake the tastiest pie, grow the best roses, or paint the prettiest pictures? It's time to enter your best at the 2017 Davis County Fair! A wide range of Entries and Exhibits for both adults and children gives you a chance to show off your special talents and compete.


List Of Rules

4-H Competitions

The fair is a fun time for 4-H members. During the fair you have a chance to be rewarded for all your effort through out the year. Your hard work will be judged and displayed for hundreds of people to see. The fair has many fun and exciting activities for 4-H kids to participate in. The 4-H youth really look forward to the fair. Take a look at the Schedule and Rules below.

List Of Rules


Competitions & Contests

There are a lot of chances to participate at the Davis County Fair!


Junior Rodeo

 

Dutch Oven Cook-Off

 

Open Horse Show

 

Team Roping and Sorting

 

General Rules & Regulations


General:

In the event of a conflict between the general rules and special rules governing the various departments, the special rules will take precedence. The Davis County Fair Committee reserves the final and absolute right to interpret these rules and regulations and arbitrarily settle and determine all matters, questions, and differences in regard thereto, or in otherwise arising out of, connected with, or incidental to the Fair. The Fair Committee reserves the right to amend or add to these rules.


Entries:

All entries must be made upon forms supplied from the fair and meet the rules listed in each department. Competition at the Davis County Fair is governed by rules in each department. As soon as sufficient entries are received in any department to fill the space available, no further entries will be accepted. All entries must have been grown or made within the one year prior to the Fair. Every entry must remain intact until the close of the Fair. All Exhibits must be picked up on Monday, August 19th from 2:00p.m-6:00p.m. No exhibit will be released early for ANY reason. If you cannot pick up your exhibit after release time, make arrangements at the Legacy Center Events Office. Unless otherwise provided, only the owner or producer can enter animals or articles. Department Chairperson may remove from the grounds any exhibit that is falsely entered or which may be deemed unsuitable or objectionable.


Judging:

No judge will be allowed to exhibit in the department in which he or she is acting as a judge. Judges must avoid contact with exhibitors. When articles are not deemed worthy, they will not be awarded a premium. If it be ascertained that an exhibitor had, in an unsocial and public manner, taken exception to the judgment or ruling of a judge, employee, or any official of the Fair, the Committee can bar said person, so offending, from competing for a premium or exhibiting on the grounds until he or she have made proper apology and be reinstated by the Committee.


Premiums:

Premiums can be collected at the Legacy Center ticket office Saturday, August 20th from 2:00p.m. - 5:00 p.m. OR in the South Exhibit Building on Monday, August 22nd 2:00 - 6:00 p.m. ANY PREMIUM MONEY NOT CLAIMED BY 6:00 P.M. MONDAY, AUGUST 22th WILL BE FORFEITED. Premium money will be paid upon presentation of proper identification only. Premium checks not cashed within 90 days of issue will be voided.


Entry Fees:

Entry fees must accompany entry forms. No refunds will be made on entry fees. See rules in each department for entry fees. Entry fees must be paid at the Legacy Events Center Office or mailed in to the address listed under department’s rules. All prizes will be awarded at the earliest possible date after judging.