1.Steers will be classified upon arrival at the fair into 3 divisions (American, British, AOB). Provided there are a least 4
steers in a division. If there are 3 or less steers in the division, that division will be combined with AOB. Each division
will consist of 2 classes unless there are more than 9 steers in that division.
2. The top 18 in division will be sold at the auction and sale order determined by Judge.
3. Judging of steers will be Wednesday, September 21, 2022, at 7:00 p.m.
4. Premium money will be awarded for 1st through 6th place.
GRAND CHAMPION - BANNER & BUCKLE • RESERVE CHAMPION - BANNER & BUCKLE
5. Each exhibitor will be allowed to purchase and feed no more than two (2) steers. Steers must be fed and fitted to
specifications of General Rules. Family entries will be permitted.
6. All steers must be between a minimum weight of 1,000 pounds and a maximum weight of 1,450 pounds, with a
15-pound tolerance on both the minimum (985) and maximum (1,465) weight at final weigh in. Steers will only be
7. All steers are subject to a 5% weigh back based on the actual weigh-in weight. The first and second placing steers in
each class will be weighed back by Fair officials. If the first or second steer are weighed out, the third placing steer will
be moved up and will also be weighed. One steer will be randomly drawn by Fair officials from the remaining steers in
each class, to be weighed. If a steer is weighed out, the steer is ineligible for sale in the Junior Livestock Auction but will
be allowed to sell last in the Supplemental Sale. All steers which are required to be weighed back, must be weighed
immediately after placing. A maximum to two weighing’s will be allowed.
8. All steers must be clipped so that the hair is no more than 1/4" in length prior to entering the fairgrounds. Hair will be
checked for length at weigh-in. If any hair is longer than permitted, steer will be sifted.
9. Steers must be dehorned. Recommended show cut.
10. Parents or other adults will not be allowed to assist the exhibitor in the ring during judging. Committee member only
allowed in ring or appointed staff.
11. No pumping of liquids into steers will be allowed on fairgrounds.
12. Exhibitors will be required to keep their space and stalls in a clean condition by removing filth and litter and placing
the same in a designated area where the management may move it with ease. No bedding hay will be allowed in the
livestock buildings. Violation of this rule will result in a $100 fine. The money will be deducted from sale proceeds if
available. If the fine is not paid, there will be a one (1) year suspension of the exhibitor from the fair.
13. Any steer found in violation of the Official Livestock Rules after weigh-in will be disqualified from the show. This
division is subject to the Burleson County Fair Association General Rules and Regulations and the Livestock Department Rules and Regulations.
14. All entries must be entered online in ShoWorks by 7:30 p.m. Sunday, April 3, 2022, at burleson.fairwire.com.
Entry fees to be paid at tag in.
15. Steer Tag-In/Check-In:
- April 3, 2022 5:00 - 7:30 p.m. Registration & Entry
- September 20, 2022 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Steer Check In
- September 20, 2022 2:00 p.m. Steer Weigh In
Tag in will be at fairgrounds
16. No fans or tack will be allowed in the aisle.