2016 JBBA NATIONAL CONVENTION AND SHOW

2016 JBBA NATIONAL CONVENTION AND SHOW July 17-23, 2016 Ike Hamilton Expo Center West Monroe, Louisiana JBBA: HERE YOU’RE A PART OF OUR HERD Sunday...
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2016 JBBA NATIONAL CONVENTION AND SHOW July 17-23, 2016 Ike Hamilton Expo Center West Monroe, Louisiana

JBBA: HERE YOU’RE A PART OF OUR HERD

Sunday, July 17 12:00 noon (firm)

Monday, July 18

9:00 am – 5:00 pm 8:30 am – 11:00 am 1:00 p.m. 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm 3:30 pm 5:00 pm

Tuesday, July 19

8:00 am – 12:00 noon 8:00 am 8:30 am

32nd National Show and Convention July 17-23, West Monroe, Louisiana Schedule Barn opens – Ike Hamilton Expo Center

Registration Open Leadership Conference for Intermediate and Senior Age Division JBBA Board Interviews Paper Check-in Herdsman Quiz JBBA Board of Directors Meeting

11:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m. 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm 4:00 pm 6:00 pm

Registration Open Cattle entered in Ultrasound Carcass Class must be in place Ultrasound Carcass Class and scan all other cattle that JBBA members would like to be scanned Kick-off Luncheon Public Speaking Contest (Junior, Intermediate, Senior) Paper Check-in All Cattle must be in place and papers checked in by show officials Fun Night

Wednesday, July 20 10:00 am 11:30 am 1:30 pm 6:30 pm

Judging Contest Lunch Showmanship (Junior, Intermediate, Senior) Supper followed by auction of Calcutta Showmen

Thursday, July 21 8:00 am

3:30 pm 6:00 pm

Friday, July 22 8:00 am

7:00 pm

Saturday, July 23 10:00 am

E6/Advancer Show, Bred and Bull Show, Bred & Owned Heifer Showmanship Contest for Pee-Wee and Calcutta Lunch- Dutch Treat (snack bar will be open) General Membership Meeting and Director Elections / Coloring Contest Supper – followed by Live Fun Auction National Heifer Show Lunch-Dutch treat (snack bar will be open) Annual Awards Banquet and Dance- West Monroe Convention Center Cattle must be off grounds – owners of animals not removed by 11:00 am will be fined $50 per animal.

*All events will be held at the Ike Hamilton Center EXCEPT the Awards Banquet; Schedule is subject to change.

Dear JBBA Members and Family, It is with great enthusiasm that I invite you to join the Junior Beefmaster Breeders Association in West Monroe, Louisiana to celebrate our 32nd annual JBBA Convention and National Show! Junior Nationals is all about fellowship, fun, and friendly competition. But the most important aspect of being a JBBA member is being part of something larger than yourself, the JBBA Family. Whether this is your very first JBBA Nationals, or your fifteenth JBBA Nationals everyone will walk away knowing that here in JBBA, you’re part of our herd. I encourage each of you to spend the week with us in West Monroe. Our JBBA Board of Directors has been diligently working to plan a week full of activities for everyone in our JBBA Family to enjoy. This year, we have adjusted our schedule for the week of Nationals by starting on Sunday, July 17th, and closing out the week with our Junior National Heifer Show and Awards Banquet on Friday, July 22nd. This will give all of our JBBA families plenty of time to travel home over the weekend and get an extra day of rest before going back to work the next week. Our goal as JBBA members is to continue to raise functional Beefmaster cattle, and understand their place in the cattle market. You will have the opportunity to exhibit your cattle in the Bred and Owned Heifer Show, Bred and Owned Bull Show, E6/Advancer Heifer Show, Showmanship, the Ultrasound Carcass Show, and the Junior National Heifer Show. Additionally, each JBBA member will have the opportunity to participate in multiple contests throughout the week including public speaking, live cattle judging, herdsman quiz, autograph contest, the Powerpoint and photography contests, the herdsman award, and the All Around contest. If you are a senior JBBA member, there are multiple scholarships that are available to you. We are very blessed to have Beefmaster breeders who are willing to support our endeavors of pursuing a secondary education. Take the opportunity to fill out a scholarship application. You will never know if you’ll receive one unless you apply! The second goal of our organization is to raise leaders for the future of the Beefmaster breed and the beef industry. Being a part of the JBBA Board of Directors is just one way that you can contribute to our organization. If you are fifteen or older and think that you would like to run for a director position, just fill out an application, attend the leadership conference and JBBA Board meeting on the Monday of Nationals. As always, any JBBA member or parent is welcome to attend our JBBA Board meeting at Nationals. Once again, I extend a warm welcome to each of you to attend the JBBA Convention and National Show this July. I promise you, it is an experience that you don’t want to miss. See you there! Laramie Naumann JBBA President

JBBA NATIONAL JUNIOR ANIMAL SHOW RULES Qualifications of Exhibitor

Must be a member of the Junior Beefmaster Breeders Association (JBBA). Must register for Convention and pay both registration and entry fees. (All fees are non-refundable.) Each exhibitor should have continually and personally fed and cared for their heifer(s) under the direct supervision of a County Agent, Vo-Ag instructor and/or his or her parents. Entries must be exhibited by the owner unless he or she owns two or more entries in the same class, whereupon another bona fide JBBA exhibitor may show one of the entries. If the entry is a pair, the cow must be exhibited by the owner. Any JBBA exhibitor who is a qualified entrant to show and cannot, due to illness or injury while attending the show, may have their entry shown by another bona fide JBBA exhibitor. Exhibitors must be a minimum of six years old on January 1st of the year of the show. All contestants shall be broken into three divisions for the Contests. The Junior Division shall be those who are 10 years of age and younger on or before December 31, 2015. The Intermediate Division shall be those between the ages of 11 and 14 on or before December 31, 2015. The Senior Division shall be those who are 15 years of age on or before December 31, 2015 and up to the maximum age limit stated in the JBBA Bylaws. o Article I, Bylaw 1 states: “Junior members shall be elected to junior membership by the Board of Directors and shall be under the age of twenty-one (21) years on January 1st of the current year.”

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Dog Rule

If at any JBBA event, a dog or personal pet is considered a problem, disruption, and/or not properly controlled or handled by the owner or person responsible for said animal, a JBBA director, adult advisory committee person, or show official can be notified and in response to notification, have the authority to request that said dog or personal pet be immediately removed from the premises. If you have dogs or personal pets that travel with you, please be considerate of other exhibitors and their cattle. 1.

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Qualifications of Animals

Official Interstate Health Certificates must accompany all cattle and must be presented to a representative of the show at the time the cattle arrive on the show premises. Usual state and interstate brucellosis and tuberculosis requirements will apply. Every animal at the 2016 JBBA National Show must have an official health certificate verified by a licensed veterinarian within 30 days of the show and must meet state animal health commission requirements of hosting state. THIS SHOW IS AN INTERSTATE (ACCEPTING ANIMALS FROM OTHER STATES) SHOW FOR LIVESTOCK ENTRIES. EXHIBITORS WITH LIVESTOCK ORIGINATING OUTSIDE THE STATE OF LOUISIANA ARE ENCOURAGED TO CONTACT THEIR STATE ANIMAL HEALTH OFFICIALS TO CONFIRM SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS, IF ANY; THEIR STATE MAY IMPOSE ON ANIMALS RETURNING FROM A LOUISIANA SHOW. EXHIBITORS NEED TO BRING 2 COPIES OF THEIR HEALTH PAPERS. Original BBU Certificates of Breeding (not copies) on each animal shown, including any calf-atside, must be presented to a representative of the show at the time the cattle arrive on the premises. Application for a BBU Certificate of Breeding on calves under 30 days of age must be presented. Official scramble registration papers with appropriate show stamp must be presented at check-in.

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All heifers and bulls must be registered with Beefmaster Breeders United as a purebred and out of a BBU-Certified Purebred dam, Second Cross dam or as otherwise stated in the BBU ByLaws. Advancer and E6 heifers must be registered with Beefmaster Breeders United. All cattle may be inspected to ensure that all identification numbers and holding brands branded or tattooed on the animal and the description match identically with the BBU Certificate of Breeding. The top 5 placing heifers in the owned heifer show, as well as the top 2 placing animals in the bred and owned heifers, bred and owned bulls, and E6/Advancer heifers, will have their identification checked by BBU staff at the conclusion of their class. Any animal whose identification does not match their registration certificate will be disqualified from the show. All cattle must have been owned by the entrant a minimum of 60 days prior to the show (May 22, 2016). Evidence of ownership is indicated by the date of sale on the registration certificate. Joint ownership, when both owners are JBBA members, will be accepted. However, an animal(s) must be entered and exhibited in the name of one of the owners. Joint ownership consisting of parent-youth or a combination of adult and youth will not be eligible.

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BEGINNING JANUARY 1, 2018 (FOR FUTURE REFERENCE) a. JBBA members are allowed to have partnership animals with another JBBA member (animals owned by parent-youth or adult-youth combinations are not eligible). However, multiple owned cattle will not be allowed to show at any JBBA show. The animal being entered must be registered in the sole name of the junior showing the animal 60 days prior to show date as evidenced by the date of sale on the heifer’s registration certificate. Partnerships of any form will not be allowed to show. b. In the case of a bred & owned show, joint ownership of the dam is permitted; however, for offspring to qualify as a JBBA Bred & Owned animal, all owners of the dam must be JBBA members, except in the case of siblings where one sibling has become too old for JBBA membership, joint ownership is acceptable as long as the older sibling was a JBBA member and has maintained continuous uninterrupted memberhship in the BBU since the expiration of their JBBA membership as determined by the BBU office. On or after January 1, 2018, all animals being exhibited at a JBBA approved show must be single owned. No partnership animals will be allowed to be shown.

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There is no limit to the number of heifers and or bulls an exhibitor may enter. Heifers/Bulls that do not show the day of month of birth on their BBU Certificate of Breeding shall be considered to be born on the first day of that month. All BBU registered animals must be shown with their hair coats lying downward and flat against their entire body. Hair trimming is permissible and must be done in those few areas such as the neck and portions of the topline of the animal which may not lay flat against the body. Hair may not be trained upwards or forwards and/or pulled upwards or forwards on any part of the animal’s body. No animals may have any foreign object(s) attached to it in any manner or have its natural color altered in a manner so as to change the conformation or appearance. An exhibitor who fails to abide by this rule will be dismissed from the arena and/or forfeit premiums, awards and points from the show. Any heifer and or bull that, in the opinion of the designated BBU official, would be a detriment to the breed shall be removed from the show, regardless of any prior classification. Examples would be animals exhibiting signs of low fertility, genetic or physical defects. Any uncontrollable animal will be dismissed from the ring at the discretion of the judge or show official/coordinator.

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Substitutions will be allowed up to July 19, 2016, 4:00 p.m., provided the substitution animal meets all other requirements and rules. There will be a substitution fee of $25 per animal. To be eligible for Bred and Owned Show awards, exhibitors must present an original Bredand-Owned certificate at time of check-in. Bred-and-Owned certificates may be obtained by contacting the BBU office and providing the registration number. Joint ownership, when both members are the breeder of record, will be accepted. i. Joint ownership of the dam is permitted; however, for offspring to qualify as a JBBA Bred & Owned animal, all owners of the dam must be JBBA members, except in the case of siblings where one sibling has become too old for JBBA membership, joint ownership is acceptable as long as the older sibling was a JBBA member and has maintained continuous uninterrupted membership in the BBU since the expiration of their JBBA membership as determined by the BBU office. All heifers, two (2) years and older on the day of the show must be palpated safe in calf by a licensed veterinarian and so state on the health certificate, with the exception of heifers nursing their BBU registered natural calf-at-side (under 6 months of age), in which case the heifer may show open. Heifers that do not show the day of month on their BBU Certificate of Breeding shall be considered to be born on the first day of that month. Heifers two (2) years and older on the day shown whose calf has died cannot be shown. A class may be split at the discretion of the show official/coordinator. Every effort will be made to split classes on a monthly basis. **Pair Classes: To be eligible to show in the pair classes, all heifers MUST HAVE their BBU registered haltered calf at side. NATIONAL HEIFER SHOW CLASSES*

Junior Heifer Calves February 1-March 31, 2016 Late Winter Heifer Calves January 1 - 31, 2016 Early Winter Heifer Calves November 1 - December 31, 2015 Fall Heifer Calves September 1 - October 31, 2015 Senior Heifer Calves July 1 – August 31, 2015 Summer Junior Heifers May 1 - June 30, 2015 Late Spring Junior Heifers April 1 - 30, 2015 Early Spring Junior Heifers March 1 - 31, 2015 Late Winter Junior Heifers February 1 - 28, 2015 Early Winter Senior Heifers January 1 - 31, 2015 Late Fall Senior Heifers November 1 - December 31, 2014 Early Fall Senior Heifers September 1 - October 31, 2014 Summer Senior Heifers May 1 - August 31, 2014 Spring Pairs** January 1 - April 30, 2014 Fall Pairs** September 1 - December 31, 2013 Grand Champion Heifer Reserve Grand Champion Heifer *Classes of 20 or more entries may be split. **Class 14 and 15 Pairs only. Calves at side must be haltered. *** Class & division breaks will be posted by show staff on Wednesday, after check-in is completed.

ENTRIES ARE DUE IN THE JBBA OFFICE BY FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 2016!

Awards for National Heifer Show Heifers

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Class Winner 2nd 3rd 4th 5th th 6 -10th Division Champion Reserve Division Champion Grand Champion Reserve Grand Champion

Award & Ribbon Ribbon Ribbon Ribbon Ribbon Ribbon Banner Banner Banner & Trophy Buckle Banner & Trophy Buckle

2016 JBBA National Show Judges

Owned Heifer Show: Dr. Randy Perry, Fresno State University

$200 $150 $100 $50 $25

$1000 $750

Bred and Owned Heifer, Bulls, and E6/Advancer Show: Chris Mullinix, Kansas State University Showmanship: Adam and Hannah McCall, Springfield, MO

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Bred-and-Owned Heifer Show

a. Heifer(s) must be entered in the National Show to compete (Cannot only enter Bred-andOwned Show). b. All heifers must have Bred-and-Owned certificate. To be eligible for the Bred-and-Owned Show awards, exhibitors must present an original Bred-and-Owned certificate at time of check-in. Bred-and-Owned certificates may be obtained by contacting the BBU office and providing the registration number. Owners of Bred-and-Owned animals are defined as follows: i. Breeder- That individual, corporation or firm who owned the dam at the time of conception of the animal in question. ii. Owner - That individual, corporation or firm who owned the dam at the time of birth of the animal in question. iii. JBBA members entering a Bred and Owned animal must have had the dam of said animal in their name prior to conception of said animal, regardless of how conception was made and own said dam at the time of animal’s birth. Animals produced from purchased or transferred embryos cannot be considered bred and owned animals. iv. Joint ownership of the dam is permitted; however, for offspring to qualify as a JBBA Bred & Owned animal, all owners of the dam must be JBBA members, except in the case of siblings where one sibling has become too old for JBBA membership, joint ownership is acceptable as long as the older sibling was a JBBA member and has maintained continuous uninterrupted membership in the BBU since the expiration of their JBBA membership as determined by the BBU office. c. You may enter as many heifers as you want (no limit). d. $15 entry fee per animal (Late fee $30 per animal). e. Not a mandatory show but, must enter at least one heifer in order to get points for Bredand-Owned in All-Around competition.

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BRED-AND-OWNED SHOW CLASSES* Class # 1 Junior Heifer Calves February 1-March 31, 2016 2 Late Winter Heifer Calves January 1 - 31, 2016 3 Early Winter Heifer Calves November 1 – December 31, 2015 4 Fall Heifer Calves September 1 - October 31, 2015 5 Senior Heifer Calves July 1 - August 31, 2015 Calf Champion Reserve Calf Champion 6 Summer Junior Heifers May 1 - June 30, 2015 7 Late Spring Junior Heifers April 1 - 30, 2015 8 Early Spring Junior Heifers March 1 - 31, 2015 9 Late Winter Junior Heifers February 1 - 28, 2015 Junior Champion Reserve Junior Champion 10 Early Winter Senior Heifers January 1 - 31, 2015 11 Late Fall Senior Heifers November 1 - December 31, 2014 12 Early Fall Senior Heifers September 1 - October 31, 2014 13 Summer Senior Heifers May 1 – August 31, 2014 14 Spring Pairs** January 1 - April 30, 2014 15 Fall Pairs** September 1 - December 31, 2013 Senior Champion Reserve Senior Champion **Classes of 20 or more entries may be split. *** Class 14 and 15 Pairs only. Calves at side must be haltered. **** Class breaks will be published by show staff on Wednesday July 20. A. The exhibitor of the Champion Bred-and-Owned Heifer will have his/her name placed on the Bred-and-Owned trophy which will be kept in the possession of the winner until the next year's National Junior Heifer Show. An individual who has the Champion Bred-and-Owned at the National Junior Heifer Show three (3) times will retire the trophy. In addition, the exhibitor of the Champion Bred-and-Owned Heifer will be eligible for an accumulating cash award if the heifer is a product of the JBBA A. I. Program. The cash award will be in the amount of $100 with an additional $100 added each year until the award is won, at which time it will start over the next year at $100.The exhibitor of the Champion Bred-and-Owned Heifer will also receive a semen tank.

Bred and Owned Heifer Show Awards Bred and Owned Class Winner 2nd Place 3rd-10th Division Champion Reserve Division Champion Champion Bred-and-Owned Heifer Reserve Grand Champion

Award & Ribbon Ribbon Ribbon Award Award Banner, Trophy Buckle, and Semen Tank Banner and Trophy Buckle

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JBBA TOP HAND AWARD

This award is similar to BBU Breeder of the Year Award, will recognize the JBBA member that participates in JBBA and BBU programs and is involved in building their herd and marketing their cattle. Showing cattle is not a criteria for this awards and all JBBA members are eligible. Applications are available on the BBU website or by calling the office. Top Hand Applications are due to JBBA office on or before June 3, 2016

RV Camper Spots

Camper spots will be available during the 2016 Nationals. Contact the Ike Hamilton Expo Center regarding their policy on camper spots!

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JBBA ULTRASOUND CARCASS SHOW

The JBBA Ultrasound Carcass Class was designed to help educate JBBA members and parents about the importance of collecting and submitting performance data on their Beefmaster cattle.Proper age for animals to be scanned is between 320 and 550 days of age. Animals ultrasounded less than 320 days and more than 550 days of age will not be included in the BBU database for EPD calculations. Any animal is eligible to be scanned however animals that fall within the proper age break are only eligible for awards. a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h.

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Rules Animals must be entered in the National Show to compete. All animals must be within the Age window for Ultrasound data collection of 320-550 days of age. (September 3, 2015- January 17, 2015) Ultrasound carcass class is open to both heifers and bulls. You may enter as many animals as you want (no limit). $15 entry fee per animal. Not a mandatory show. You do not have to enter in order to participate in the JBBA all-around competition. Exhibitor must walk their animal through to collect scan data on. Classes will be determined according to the number of entries and will be broken into age appropriate classes (i.e. 90 days or less if possible depending on numbers entered) Ultrasound data will be collected by an Ultrasound Guidelines Council (UGC) certified technician or data may also be collected by a UGC chute side technician (someone that has passed both the field certification and the lab certification on the BIA Pro System). All data will be RAW and collected by a chute-side certified tech so that the software can interpret the collected images. Data will be processed through a Beefmaster friendly grid formula (selected by BBU staff) to determine a dollar value for each entry. Each class will be ranked according to carcass value and awards will be presented within each class.

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Entry deadline for Nationals is JUNE 3, 2016. All Entries and Pre-Registrations including all money must be received not post marked at the JBBA office no later than this date or you will pay the late animal entry & convention registration fees. Late entries are not guaranteed a 2016 JBBA National T-Shirt. THIS WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED WITH NO EXCEPTIONS! Registration fees include meals throughout the week including the banquet for one person. JBBA members will receive a 2016 JBBA National t-shirt. Adults wanting to purchase a 2016 JBBA National’s t-shirt are welcome to. Limited meal and banquet tickets will be available throughout the week. Adults are encouraged to pay registration fee or pre order individual meal tickets. All applications for entry must be submitted on official JBBA forms in accordance with instructions for same. All entry forms must be signed by JBBA member.

Check in Process- Exhibitors will not need to bring animal(s) to check- in. For check-in you must have the following: a. health papers (with palpation status, if applicable) b. registration papers c. bred and owned certificates (if applicable) d. bull breeding soundness exam (if applicable) The tattoo or brand will be checked on the top five (5) placing heifers, top two (2) placing Bred and Owned Bulls, Bred and Owned Heifers, and E6/Advancer Heifers at the conclusion of each class and must match the permanent ID that appears on the original registration paper. It is the member’s responsibility to ensure that the brand or tattoo is legible prior to arrival on the show grounds. Members will be disqualified if their animal does not have a matching tattoo or brand, or if the tattoo or brand is illegible. In the event of a disqualification, the next placing animal with matching identification will advance. Reminder that calves that show on the side of a cow must have permanent identification number.

All protests must be filed within one (1) hour after the completion of the National Heifer Show on July 22, 2016, with a $250 fee. If the protest is upheld, the $250 fee will be refunded. All protests will be reviewed and resolved by the BBU Junior Program Committee and Junior Board members if available. The Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Heifer, Grand Champion and Reserve Champion Bred and Owned Heifer and Grand and Reserve Grand Champion Bred and Owned Bull at the JBBA National Show will have tail hair collected from them for potential future DNA

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sampling. Failure to comply with these rules or failure to cooperate with the show and breed officials will be grounds for removal. Reminder to all JBBA members and parents that it is your responsibility to make sure that you are on time for your class. Once the class has started being judged it is up to the judge and show official on whether or not to allow you in the ring. We will not hold the class up for you. No alcohol consumption shall take place inside of the Ike Hamilton Exposition Center. All heifers and bulls must be in place and checked in by show officials by 4:00 p.m., July 19, 2016. Animals entered in the Ultrasound Performance Class must on the grounds and checked in by 8:00 am on Tuesday, July 19, 2016. No animal may be removed from the show grounds prior to one hour (1) hour following the completion of the show, unless the animal is released prior to that time pursuant to a written release signed by the show coordinator. Any animal involved in a protest shall remain on show grounds until the protest is resolved. Owners of animals not removed by 11:00 a.m. on July 23, 2016 will be fined $50 per animal. Substitutions will be allowed up to July 19, 2016, 4:00 p.m., provided the substitution animal meets all other requirements and rules. There will be a substitution fee of $25 per animal. All exhibitors are encouraged to bring a wheelbarrow to help contain waste. Stalling- Insofar as possible, shelter will be provided for all animals. JBBA does not charge a stall fee and does not guarantee stall space to any entry. Tie space is soil & cement. Shavings must be purchased from the Ike Hamilton Expo Center. Cost of shavings will be $7.25/bag. Please

have correct cash or a check. A show supply vendor will be on the grounds to sell supplies Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.

Nurse cows, recipient cows, retired show heifers with calves, etc., will not be allowed on the show grounds. The only cows allowed on the show grounds will be those entered in a class themselves. Bulls entered in the Bred & Owned Bull show will be in an area, to be designated upon arrival, provided the JBBA Member has paid the entry fee(s) with the owner responsible for care of his/her entry. All premium money that has not been claimed 90 days after the first issue date of the checks will be forfeited. Points shall be awarded as follows for all contests, (except Photography Contest and Power Point Contest), Heifer Show, Bred and Owned Bull Show, E6/Advancer Heifer Show, Ultrasound Carcass Show, and Bred-and-Owned Show. 1st Place 50 points 5th Place 30 points 9th Place 10 points nd th 2 Place 45 points 6 Place 25 points 10th Place 5 points 3rd Place 40 points 7th Place 20 points th 4 Place 35 points 8th Place 15 points Participation 50 points

a. In the case of a tie in a contest, all involved in a tie will be given the highest placing points for the purpose of all-around competition. Example: If 4 members tie for 3rd place in a contest, all 4 will receive 40 points. b. For the purpose of determining placings for awards, tie breakers questions will be used. Example: 2 members tie for 3rd place in the quiz bowl. Member A correctly answers the first tie breaker question, while Member B answers it incorrectly. Member A will be given the 3rd place award, while Member B will be given the 4th place award. Both will be credited with 3rd place points in the all-around competition.

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I. LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE • A two hour Leadership/Personal Development Conference will be held Monday, July 18, 2016 at 8:30 a.m. for Intermediate and Senior Division participants only. Anyone wanting to run for a JBBA Board position MUST attend this conference. Any Intermediate or Senior member may attend the Conference even if they do not seek Board election. 50 points towards the All-Around scores will be awarded for attending the entire Conference. Board candidates will be interviewed on Monday, July 18, 2016 at 1:00 p.m. II.

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JBBA Board of Officers and Directors • Anyone that is seeking a position on the board must attend the leadership conference on Monday, July 18, 2016 and the JBBA Board Meeting on Monday, July 18, 2016. • All those seeking a board position must submit a director’s application. Applications may be turned in during Nationals. If turning in during Nationals applications are due by 12:00 p.m. on Monday, July 18, 2016 if mailing to the office applications must be received by July 8, 2016. HERDSMAN QUIZ • There will be three tests, one for Juniors, one for Intermediates and one for Seniors. The Senior Division test will consist of questions taken from the BBU brochures, the Beef Improvement Federation (BIF) Handbook and 2016 BBU Spring Sire Summary. Test may also consist of questions identifying different types of grasses, hays, tools, equipment, etc. that are used around the ranch. Members wanting this information can find it on the BBU website or contact the BBU office. • Herdsman Quiz Jr., Int. & Sr. 1st Place Award nd • Herdsman Quiz Jr., Int. & Sr. 2 Place Award st th • 1 - 10 in each division Ribbon PUBLIC SPEAKING CONTEST (The public is invited to attend.) • Rules for all Divisions: Senior & Intermediate Contestants will be required to bring three typewritten, double-spaced copies of their speech (with bibliography) on 8 ½ X 11 white paper to contest check-in. Junior Contestants are required to bring two typewritten, doublespaced copies of their speech on an 8 ½ x 11 white paper to contest check-in. • Sign up for public speaking contest by 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, July 19th. • 1st Place winners in each age division will give their speech at the Awards Banquet. • The time limit will be 3-7 minutes for Intermediates and Seniors. • The time limit will be 2-4 minutes for Juniors. • No visual aid or props. Notes are acceptable, but the speech is not to be read from notes • Each judge will be allowed to ask questions after a speech is given and contestants will be scored on their ability to answer the questions. After each contestant has made his/her presentation, they will be scored on communication, introduction, body, time and conclusion.

2016 Topics Senior

1. An increasing number of states are adopting state-level Beef Check-off programs, in addition to the national Beef Check-off program. How will these state-level programs affect cattle producers in those states? 2. How can genomically enhanced EPD’s be used in selection and breeding decisions of commercial cattlemen? Will genomically enhanced EPD’s be useful to Beefmaster breeders?

Intermediate

1. In 2015, the commercial cattle market saw a downturn in prices from the record highs of 2014. How will this shift in the market affect both commercial cattlemen and Beefmaster breeders going forward? 2. What do you see as the biggest challenge facing the Beefmaster breed in the next 10 years?

Junior

1. Why should a rancher who does not own Beefmaster cattle start using Beefmasters in their herd?



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Awards o Public Speaking Contest Jr., Int. & Sr. 1st Place o Public Speaking Contest Jr., Int. & Sr. 2nd Place o 1st - 10th in each division

Award Award Ribbon

JUDGING CONTEST • Contestants will place four beef animals 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th. • While the contest is in progress, there shall be no conferring between contestants or parents. Any violation of this rule will result in the disqualification of the contestant. • Non-JBBA members are invited to participate in this contest but will not be eligible for official placing’s in the JBBA divisions. • Awards: o Judging Contest Champion Team Award o Judging Contest Reserve Champion Team Award st th o 1 - 10 in each division Ribbon o Judging Contest Jr., Int. & Sr. Individuals 1st Place Award nd o Judging Contest Jr., Int. & Sr. Individuals 2 Place Award JBBA Junior Autograph Contest • Can be any junior member that wants to compete. • Whoever attains all the required autographs first will receive an award • Have to be turned in by Thursday dinner so they can be counted. • The required autograph paper will be available at kick-off luncheon

VII. PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST • Only two (2) entries per contestant. All contestants must be a member of JBBA. • You do not have to be entered in JBBA National Heifer Show to participate in contest. • Photos must be submitted via email to [email protected] no later than July 8th or you may bring them to Nationals on a CD-ROM (PC Compatible) or on a USB Flash Drive. Photos are due at Nationals by noon on Monday July 18, 2016. • Photograph entry must be taken by the junior member who has entered it. • Entries must be submitted electronically via email, CD-ROM or USB Flash Drive. The email MUST include Name, Age Division, Phone Number and Address. The CD-ROM or USB Flash Drive MUST include Name, Age Division, Phone Number and Address. • Photos MUST be submitted in a .JPG, .JPEG, .GIF or .PDF format. • Photos cannot exceed the file size of 10MB. • Photos cannot be altered or digitally enhanced. • Photos must contain Beefmaster cattle and/or related activities. • Photos, CDs and USB Flash Drives become the property of JBBA/BBU and can be used in any Beefmaster publications or promotional activities. • Judging will be based on all aspects of photography. • Plaques will be awarded to 1st and 2nd place in each division VIII.

POWERPOINT PRESENTATION • Only one (1) entry per contestant. All contestants must be a member of JBBA. • You do not have to be entered in JBBA National Heifer Show to participate in contest. • Presentations must be submitted via email to [email protected] no later than July 8th or you may bring them to Nationals on a CD-ROM (PC Compatible) or on a USB Flash Drive. The presentations are due at Nationals by noon on Monday, July 18, 2016. • JBBA members must be the sole designer and the presentation needs to be computer generated. • Presentations should be 3 -5 minutes. • Presentation must have at least 2 pictures or clip art that support the idea of the presentation. • Presentations may include but do not require music, video clip or slide transitions. • Presentations must relate to JBBA, BBU or the Beefmaster breed in general. • Presentations become the property of JBBA/BBU and can be used in any Beefmaster publications or promotional activities. • Entries submitted must be through the following format: Email, CD-ROM (PC Compatible) or USB Flash Drive. PowerPoint Presentations, CDs and USB Flash Drives become property of JBBA/BBU • Presentation will be judged on: o 40% Slide Content o 35% Originality o 15% Technical Merit o 10% Overall Effect of Presentation • Plaques will be awarded to 1st and 2nd place in each division.

IX.

HERDSMANSHIP AWARD • The Herdsmanship Award is based but not limited to the appearance and neatness of the exhibitors stall and animal(s). Participation in contest throughout week, conduct and attitude will also be considered. • Champion Herdsman Director Chair • Reserve Champion Herdsman Director Chair

Scholarship Opportunities

Don’t forget we have numerous scholarships available for Junior members! The applications can be found online at www.beefmasters.org or you can contact Collin in the JBBA office at (210)732-3132

X. SHOWMANSHIP CONTEST • To be eligible for the Showmanship Contest the contestant must be entered in the National Junior Heifer Show and meet all rules for same. The entry fee for the showmanship contest is $10.00 per contestant. • Exhibitor must show animal entered in their name. The animal that you show in any showmanship heat(s) will be the animal that must be shown in the showmanship finals • Cow/calf pairs are allowed to show in showmanship. You do not have to show the calf in NEW showmanship. If you choose not to show the calf in showmanship, the calf is not allowed around the perimeter of the show arena. However, you show a cow/calf pair in the showmanship heat is how the cow/calf pair must show in the finals. • Exhibitors will be randomly assigned to heats. Number of heats will be determined by number of exhibitors participating in showmanship contests. Showmanship heats will be announced on Tuesday afternoon. • Each contestant must wear the exhibitor number for the heifer they are showing. They must turn in showmanship number to the office by Tuesday at 4pm.Numbers may be turned in during check in. • Champion Showmanship winners from each division will compete for an overall champion

showmanship award. • Awards: o Champion Junior, Intermediate & Senior o Reserve Champion Jr., Int. & Sr. o 1st-10th in each division

Trophy Buckle Award Ribbon

XI. Calcutta Showmanship

o Each JBBA Director and Officer will select one adult to participate in the showmanship, but not their parent or relative. o Names of cattle on the grounds will be placed in a hat and drawn for before the auction. Each adult will pull a name and that calf will be the calf they will show. o The auction will be held during dinner Wednesday night. o 75% of the Calcutta showman will be auctioned off individually to the highest bidder, while the remaining 25% of the showman will be auctioned off to one buyer. o Anybody is eligible to bid on an and buy a Calcutta showman o The person who purchases on the winning showman will receive 50% of the total pot and the other 50% goes to JBBA. o The contest will be held after the Pee Wee Showmanship on Thursday.

XII. ALL-AROUND CHAMPIONS • The All-Around Champions will be awarded on the basis of accumulated points in the National Junior Heifer Show, Bred-and-Owned Show, Judging Contest, Public Speaking Contest, Herdsman Quiz, Leadership Conference (Intermediate & Seniors only), and Showmanship Contest. Ties will be broken using the following contest in the order listed: 1. Herdsman Quiz 2. Public Speaking 3. Showmanship Contest 4. Judging Contest 5. Heifer Show 6. Bull Show • NATIONAL JUNIOR HEIFER SHOW POINTS Maximum of 100 points towards All-Around, from 2 heifers (This includes bred-andowned points). Points will be awarded as follows: 1st Place 50 points 6th Place 25 points nd 2 Place 45 points 7th Place 20 points rd th 3 Place 40 points 8 Place 15 points 4th Place 35 points 9th Place 10 points th th 5 Place 30 points 10 Place 5 points 25 Points will be awarded to each exhibitor with a heifer in the National Heifer Show. Points are given only after heifer passes check-in procedures.





BRED-AND-OWNED HEIFER & BULL SHOW Bred-and-Owned entries will each receive 25 points (1 time only) for entering and exhibiting in the Bred- and-Owned Show. Bred and Owned points will be counted only once from either the Bred and Owned Heifer Show or the Bred and Owned Bull Show. Awards for All-Around o Senior All-Around  1st, 2nd & 3rd High  4th – 10th o Intermediate All-Around  1st & 2nd High  3rd – 10th o Junior All-Around (1st & 2nd High)  3rd – 10th

Trophy Buckle & $1000 Heifer Certificate Ribbon Trophy Buckle & $1000 Heifer Certificate Ribbon Trophy Buckle & $1000 Heifer Certificate Ribbon

XII. HALTERED BULL SHOW • For a Bull to be eligible, he must be: • Born from March 31, 2016 - September 1, 2014 • Bull must be Bred & Owned by the exhibitor • Any bull exhibited must have a nose lead (temporary or permanent) with a lead strap attached to it. • Each Beefmaster bull eighteen (18) months of age or older must have passed a fertility examination given by a licensed veterinarian and the results of the examination must be presented at check-in. Once a bull has a positive examination, retesting is not required. • Any entry that is unruly and poses danger to other exhibitors, or if exhibitor loses control of their animal twice during the class, the animal will be dismissed from the show arena by the judge or arena director or designee. •

If an exhibitor doesn’t receive the 25 points from the Bred & Owned heifer show, that exhibitor may receive those points when he/she exhibits his/her Bred & Owned bull.

Class 1 Class 2 Class 3 Class 4 Class 5 Class 6 Class 7 Class 8

Bull Show Class Breaks Spring Bull Calves born March 1-31, 2016 Winter Bull Calves born January 1- February 29, 2016 Senior Bull Calves November 1 – December 31, 2015 Calf Champion Reserve Calf Champion Fall Bull Calves September 1 – October 31, 2015 Summer Yearling Bulls May 1 – August 31, 2015 Junior Champion Reserve Junior Champion Spring Yearling Bulls March 1 – April 30, 2015 Winter Yearling Bulls January 1 – February 28, 2015 Fall Yearling Bulls September 1 – December 31, 2014 Senior Champion Reserve Senior Champion Grand Champion Bull Reserve Grand Champion Bull



BULL SHOW AWARDS o Champion Bred & Owned Bull o Reserve Champion Bred & Owned Bull o Division Champions o Reserve Division Champions o 1st-3rd Place

Buckle Buckle Banner Banner Ribbon

XIII. ADVANCER/E6 HEIFER SHOW RULES 1. Heifers must be either registered BBU Advancers or E6 heifers to compete. 2. Exhibitors will abide by all JBBA rules for the Advancer/E6 Heifer Show. 3. If you have a purebred Beefmaster female with either an Advancer or E6 calf at side you will show in the Advancer/E6 Heifer Show Only. 4. All BBU registered animals, including Advancer and E6 Heifers, must be shown with their hair coats lying downward and flat against their entire body. Hair trimming is permissible and must be done in those few areas such as the neck and portions of the topline of the animal which may not lay flat against the body. Hair may not be trained upwards or forwards and/or pulled upwards or forwards on any part of the animal’s body. No animals may have any foreign object(s) attached to it in any manner or have its natural color altered in a manner so as to change the conformation or appearance. An exhibitor who fails to abide by this rule will be dismissed from the arena and/or forfeit premiums, awards and points from the show.

5. All heifers, two (2) years and older on the day of the show must be palpated safe in calf by a licensed veterinarian and so state on the health certificate, with the exception of heifers nursing their BBU registered natural calf-at-side (under 6 months of age). Heifers that do not show the day of month on their BBU Certificate shall be considered to be born on the first day of that month. 6. If you have a Registered Advancer dam, (less than 87.5% Beefmaster) with a Certified, Registered Beefmaster Calf (87.5% Beefmaster or greater), the pair will show in the Advancer Heifer Show.

Advancer/E6 Heifer Show Class Breaks • Class 1 Spring Heifer Calves • Class 2 Winter Heifer Calves • Class 3 Senior Heifer Calves • Class 4 Late Spring- Early Summer Heifer Calves • Class 5 Late Winter- Early Spring Heifer Calves • Class 6 Fall Senior Heifers • Class 7 Summer Senior Heifers • Class 8** Spring Pairs • Class 9 ** Fall Pairs ** Class 8 and 9 Pairs only. Calves at side must be haltered.

January 1- March 31, 2016 October 1- December 31, 2015 July 1- September 30, 2015 April 1- June 30, 2015 January 1- March 31, 2015 September 1- December 31, 2014 May 1- August 31, 2014 January 1- April 30, 2014 September 1- December 31, 2013

ADVANCER/E6 HEIFER SHOW AWARDS

Class Winner 2nd Place 3rd Place Champion Advancer/E6 Heifer Reserve Grand Champion Advancer/E6 Heifer

Award & Ribbon Ribbon Ribbon Trophy Buckle Trophy Buckle

2016 Hotel Arrangements

2016 JBBA National Show Hotel Arrangements: July 17-23, 2016 **IF YOU HAVE A PROBLEM BOOKING A ROOM AT ANY OF THE BELOW HOTELS BEFORE THE CUTOFF DATE ASK TO SPEAK TO THE MANAGER OF THAT HOTEL** Best Western Complimentary breakfast. 405 Thomas Road West Monroe, LA 318-322-9922 King Rooms $93.95/night plus tax Double Rooms: $99.95/night plus tax Room cut-off date: June 17, 2016 Ask for Junior Beefmaster rate. Hampton Inn West Monroe Complimentary hot/cold breakfast. 601 Main Street West Monroe, LA 71292 318-938-2800 $119.00/night plus tax King or 2 queen beds Room cut-off date: June 26, 2016 Room block name: JBBA Beefmaster Hilton Garden Inn West Monroe 400 Mane Street West Monroe, LA 71291 318-398-0653 $130/night plus tax Room cut-off date: June 25, 2016 Room block name: Junior Beefmaster Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Complimentary hot breakfast. 603 Constitutional Drive West Monroe, La 71292 318-807-6000 $119/night plus tax King or 2 queen beds Room cut-off date: June 20, 2016 Room block name: Beefmaster/JBBA National Show and Convention Super 8 Motel-West Monroe Complimentary hot/cold breakfast. 1101 Glenwood West Monroe, LA 71291 318-325-6361 $66.64/night plus tax King or 2 queen beds Room cut-off date: July 3, 2016 Room block name: Beefmaster

Beefmaster Cattlewomen Invite You!

The Beefmaster Cattlewomen would like to invite mothers and daughters in JBBA to join their organization. For more information please contact Marie Welkener, President at (830) 583-9221 or [email protected]

Important Updates and Reminders…

Check in Process- Exhibitors will not need to bring animal(s) to check- in. For check-in you must have the following: a. b. c. d. e.

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Health papers (with palpation status, if applicable) Registration papers Bred and owned certificates (if applicable) Bull breeding soundness exam (if applicable) Legible ID that matches the registration certificate

You need to bring 2 copies of your health papers with you. Consult with your veterinarian regarding any specific health regulations or necessary steps to be taken for traveling across state lines. Shavings- You must purchase shavings from the Ike Hamilton Expo Center at a price of $7.25 a bag. Please have correct cash or a check for shaving purchase. Reminder to all JBBA members and parents that it is your responsibility to make sure that you are on time for your class. Once the class has started being judged it is up to the judge on whether or not to allow you in the ring. We will not hold the class up for you. No alcohol consumption shall take place inside of the Ike Hamilton Exposition Center. Every JBBA member participating in Nationals is asked to bring 3 written thank you letters to Nationals. Thank you letter should be addressed to “Dear JBBA Supporter”. Thank the sponsor for their continued support of JBBA. Parents please help your JBBA member write the thank you note. Please place a stamp on the envelope however, do not seal the thank you note. Donations for the silent auction and live fun auction are greatly appreciated and accepted, you can drop them off at Check-In. Please keep in mind that we are asking for sponsors for Junior Nationals. If you know of someone that would like to donate, or you would like to contribute, please call Collin at (210)732-3132. Each junior member that pre- registers for Nationals will receive a 2016 National t-shirt. Anyone else is welcome to purchase a 2016 National t-shirt. Limited supply will be available at Nationals. Late entries are not guaranteed a 2016 National t-shirt. Beefmaster t-shirts, and JBBA caps and visors, will also be available for $15.00. Please order you t-shirt, caps/visors now. Limited supply will be available at nationals. This is not the National t-shirt. JBBA stadium chairs will also be available. You have the option to sign up for showmanship, judging contest, and the public speaking contest on the entry form. You can still sign up once you arrive to JBBA nationals. Plan on signing up for the Judging Contest during lunch on Tuesday, July 19h. Showmanship numbers must be turned in by 4pm on Tuesday, July 19th. You can indicate your showmanship number when you go through paper check in on Monday or Tuesday.

SNEAK PEEK: THE 2016 NATIONAL T-SHIRT

2016 JBBA National Convention Exhibitor Registration Form Must be received at the office (not post-marked) by June 3, 2016. All fees must accompany. Entries and pre-registration and are non-refundable. Please DO NOT send cash. Make checks payable to: Junior Beefmaster Breeders Association. Mail entries and payment to: JBBA, 6800 Park Ten Blvd., Suite 290 West, San Antonio, Texas 78213 Membership Membership Attending Name City State T-Shirt Attending Attending # Type* Fun Education Leadership Size** Night Seminar Youth/Adult Conference

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Y/N Y/N Y/N

Y/N Y/N Y/N

*Membership Type choices are Adult, Junior, Other or Under 5 (children under 5 no charge) **Only JBBA Members will receive a free T-Shirt commemorating the 2016 National Convention. If you would like to purchase a shirt please indicate the size and include $15 per shirt with your payment. Also, we order both adult and youth sizes so please indicate which you want when you order. Is this your first time attending Nationals?___________ Type of Entry # of entries Price** Total Registration $90 National Heifer Show $30 Bred & Owned Heifer $15 Bred & Owned Bull $15 Showmanship $10 Ultrasound Scan/Carcass Class $15 Advancer/E6 Heifer Show $30 2016 National T-shirt $15 Beefmaster T-shirt (see order form) $15 JBBA Cap/Visor (see order form) $15 Stadium Chair Wednesday Lunch Ticket $15 Wednesday Supper Ticket $15 Thursday Lunch Ticket $15 Thursday Supper Ticket $15 Friday Supper Ticket $15 Banquet Ticket $45 TOTAL *Anyone exhibiting animals must also pay convention registration fee of $90 advanced or $115 at the door. *Registration fee includes meals throughout the week and the banquet for one person. Please use order form for Beefmaster T-shirt and JBBA Caps/Visor. The Beefmaster T-shirt is NOT the 2016 National T-Shirt. **All late fees will be double, except for the Registration fee which will increase to $115.

Pee Wee Heifer Show

The Junior Beefmaster Breeder Association is once again hosting a Pee Wee show for all our youngsters who are six (6) years and younger as of January 1. Contestants do not need to be a JBBA member to participate and can exhibit any heifer. At least one parent MUST accompany the child while in the ring. If you wish to participate please fill out the form below and return it the BBU office no later than June 3, 2016 (there is no entry fee). ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Name_______________________________

Age______

Address ______________________City _____________ State ________ T-Shirt: Size Youth XS_____Youth S_____ Youth M_____ Youth L_____ Youth

XL_______

Exhibitor’s Information 2016 National Junior Show ALL FEES MUST BE RECEIVED (NOT POST-MARKED) BY THE JBBA OFFICE NO LATER THAN JUNE 3, 2016. ENTRIES CONSIDERED LATE AFTER THIS DATE AND WILL PAY LATE FEES. Name___________________________________________ Membership # ________________________ Address________________________________________________________________ City_____________________State__________Zip____________ Phone_______________________________ Age_______________ Division (Jr., Int. or Sr.) _________________ Date of Birth __________________

I plan to enter the following contests:

Public Speaking: ______

Showmanship:_____ Judging: ____

Signature _____________________________

Use Separate Entry Form for Each Exhibitor ORIGINAL CERTIFICATE WILL BE NEEDED AT TIME OF CATTLE CHECK-IN As you can see, the entry form looks a little different this year, in an effort to streamline the entry process for BBU office staff and show management. The information you need to enter your cattle is the same. The only difference is that you only need one entry form per exhibitor. Instead of filling out a separate form for each show you wish to enter, just check the boxes for each show you intend to enter that animal. Example: If you have a heifer you wish to enter in the Owned Heifer show, the Bred & Owned heifer show, and the Carcass class, you need to fill out all the individual animal information, just like always. Then, simply check the boxes for Owned, B&O, and Carcass.

Exhibitor Name: _____________________________ As you can see, the entry form looks a little different this year, in an effort to streamline the entry process for BBU office staff and show management. The information you need to enter your cattle is the same. The only difference is that you only need one entry form per exhibitor. Instead of filling out a separate form for each show you wish to enter, just check the boxes for each show you intend to enter that animal. Example: If you have a heifer you wish to enter in the Owned Heifer show, the Bred & Owned heifer show, and the Carcass class, you need to fill out all the individual animal information, just like always. Then, simply check the boxes for Owned, B&O, and Carcass. Name of Animal

DOB

Sex

ID & Location

Cert #

Sire

Sire Cert#

Dam

Dam Cert#

Owned B&O

Bull

E6/Adv Carcass

BEEFMASTER T-SHIRT

T-Shirt may be bought for $15.00 per shirt. Please include payment with the 2016 National Convention and Registration form. Payment must be received by June 3, 2016 to the JBBA office. Please fill out order form in West Monroe, if you want shirt shipped please include $5 for shipping. Shirt will be RED in color with BLACK lettering.

This T-Shirt is not the 2016 JBBA National Show and Convention T-shirt.

Name_______________________Telephone Number_______________ Address ______________________City _____________ State ________ Zip_______ TShirt Size Youth X Small Youth Small Youth Medium Youth Large Youth XL Adult Small Adult Medium Adult Large Adult Extra Large Adult 2 XL Adult 3XL Shipping Per Shirt Total

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Total $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $5

JBBA CAP/ VISOR

JBBA Cap’s and Visor’s may be purchased for $15.00 per cap/visors’. Please include payment with the 2016 National Convention and Registration form. Payment must be received by June 3, 2016 to the JBBA office. Please fill out order form below and include payment with your National Show entries and registration fees. Caps’ and visors’ will be available for pickup in Bryan/College Station, if you want cap/visor shipped please include $5 for shipping. Caps are cotton twill, low crown and with an adjustable tuck strap with slide closure. Visors are cotton twill with an adjustable hook/loop tape closure.

Fuchsia visor w/ white lettering

Royal blue visor w/ white lettering

Olive cap w/ khaki lettering

Khaki cap w/ brown lettering

Name_______________________Telephone Number_______________ Address ______________________City _____________ State ________Zip_______ Cap/Visor Khaki cap w/ brown lettering Khaki visor w/ brown lettering Royal blue visor w/ white lettering Royal blue cap w/ white lettering Fuchsia cap w/ white lettering Fuchsia visor w/ white lettering Olive cap w/ khaki lettering Olive visor w/ khaki lettering Shipping Per Cap/Visor Total

Quantity

Price $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $5

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JBBA STADIUM CHAIR

JBBA Logo will be in the Center of chair back in Black Letters. Chairs will be available for pickup at the 2016 JBBA Nationals or they can be shipped to you.

Chair size Open- 15.5” X 17” w x 14.5” h. Folded- 15.5” X 17” w x 14” h. Weight capacity: 350 lbs. Choose from one of the following canvas colors: Red, Royal, Navy, Black, Maroon, Orange, Burnt Orange, Kelly, Forest, Purple, Brown, Columbia, Gold, Pink, and Realtree Camo.

Name_______________________Telephone Number_______________ Address ______________________City _____________ State ________ Zip_______ Chair color_____________________ Quantity_________ x $65=$____________ Chair color_____________________ Quantity_________ x $65=$____________ Chair color_____________________ Quantity_________ x $65=$____________ Shipping (if not picking up at Nationals) Quantity_________ x $10=$____________ TOTAL

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