Cattle & 4H Club Rules

Below you will find all related information for this event

CATTLE & 4-H Deadline for all registrations is

Friday, August 12th at 12:00 noon


Dairy Rules and Regulations

***Rules given by Agri-Traçabilité Québec Inc.***

  1. Syndicates, groups or partnerships will be respected as separate, individual exhibitors.
  2. Entry Fee: A 20 % entry fee will be deducted from prize money for classes 1-8. 30% of prize money on late entries for classes 1-8.
  3. 1 Exhibitor Pass per head (maximum 4) will be given to each exhibitor, additional passes may be purchased. This pass does not include access to the rides.
  4. Cattle classes will be shown as scheduled and exhibitors are requested to have their cattle on the grounds by Friday, August 12th at 6:00 pm.
  5. All animals must be registered at time of making entries. The name, registration number, date of birth (year/month/day), name and registration number of sire and dam are also required. B.C.A. is not required but will be used in the program.
  6. All exhibits must be registered in the name of the exhibitor in accordance with the by-law of their respective association. The certificate of registration must state that the animal is purebred or at least 75% of purebred inheritance. All exhibits must be legibly tattooed (if applicable).
  7. The maximum total eligible exhibit from a breeding unit is 15 head
  8. HEALTH REGULATIONS: All animals offered for entry must be free from contact with any contagious or infectious disease for a period of 60 days prior to the opening of the Fair.
  9. ENTRIES CLOSE FRIDAY, AUGUST 5TH AT 5:00 p.m.. Entries after this date will be accepted only if space available.
  10. Verification of animals will take place Friday August 12th between 6:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. All exhibitors are asked to have someone present with their animals with registration certificates and production certificates during this time.
  11. Animals may leave on Saturday at 18h00. HAS offers $10/head, maximum $50/exhibitor who stays until 15h00 on Sunday

**In virtue of Federal and Provincial cattle identification rules, animals without electronic identification will not be accepted on site.



Junior Farmer Division Rules and Regulations

The Canada Department of Agriculture supports the Junior Farmer Division with the aim of:

  1. Encouraging organized boys and girls club work in the district
  2. To improve the educational value of the Fair
  3. To develop better farmers and breeders
  4. To stimulate the interest of young people in the Fair, through them to interest a greater number of adults.

The exhibition is open to all boys and girls who are members of Calf Clubs or Junior Farmers Clubs organized under the auspices of the Federal and Provincial Department of Agriculture


  1. HEALTH RULES: Refer to Dairy Cattle regulation #9 when registering.
  2. In order to take part in the competition, contestants must be between the ages of 9 and 21
    (Proof of age required) as of 01/01/22.
  3. ENTRIES CLOSE FRIDAY, AUGUST 5TH AT 5:00 p.m.. Entries after this date will be
    charged $10.00 per head. NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 2022.
    Entries must include birth date, full name of contestant and calf plus a photocopy of the
    Pedigree and metal ear tag number are required
  4. All club exhibits must be on the Fair Grounds by 18h00 on Friday, August 12th, 2022.
  5. Inter-Club show will take place on Saturday August 13th, 2022. See below.
  6. No reference material of any kind will be permitted by any contestant while judging classes are in progress.
  7. Each contestant must be dressed in white to exhibit calf.
  8. In showmanship classes, each contestant must use his/her own calf to show in calf classes.
  9. All exhibitors who register before August 5th will receive an exhibitor’s pass and also, after
    showing your calf in class, each member will receive one (1) week-end pass for the rides.
  10. Minimum of 4 head is required for a class.
Laurent Lessard

A word from

the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food

As Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, I am proud to support the Huntingdon Fair. This gathering of agricultural and agri-food players gives visitors an exceptional window on the region’s agriculture.

For its 191st edition, this festive family event features and updates activities that have sealed its success. Livestock competitions, educational activities, fairway rides, and the mini-farm are all drawing cards that account both for producers’ loyalty and public enthusiasm for this occasion that brings people together.

This popularity translates into business opportunities and concrete economic benefits for the entire community. Seen this way, the Alimenter notre monde 2018-2015 agri-food policy relies, and rightly so, on dynamic areas that contribute to the prosperity of the agri-food sector. Huntingdon Fair helps to keep a dialogue going between citizens, community stakeholders and producers. What’s more, it showcases the potential of agriculture in sustaining the Monteregie region’s vitality and attractiveness.

Heartfelt congratulations to the members of the Huntingdon Agricultural Society, that perpetuates this flourishing tradition which I urge the public at large to take full advantage of.

André Lamontagne

Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food


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