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SERVING GALVESTON COUNTY YOUTH SINCE 1938

GCFR 2021... April 16 - 24, 2021

 

Online Pre-Registration for Livestock Validation/Tag-ins


important: Please check with your Ag Teacher or 4-H Club to get the information for Online Pre-Registration for Livestock.

 

If your Ag Teacher or 4-H Club wants you to pre-register, then click the link below to set-up your account and pre-register.

 

Link to pre-register:
CLICK HERE

 

Each exhibitor will need to be pre-registered:

 

  • Steers from October 16 - October 22.
  • Commercial Heifers from October 23 - October 29.
  • Breeding Beef from October 23 - October 29.
  • Market Turkeys from October 30 - November 5.
  • Market Lambs and Market Goats
                            from November 27 - December 3.
  • Market Broilers from December 11 - December 17.
  • Market Rabbits from December 27 - January 3.
  • Market Swine from January 1 - 7.

 

GCF&R COVID-19
LIVESTOCK VALIDATION PLAN

 

The Galveston County Fair & Rodeo must adhere to all city, county, and state regulations for the spread of COVID-19 as set forth by these entities. This plan has been approved by the County of Galveston, the Galveston County Parks Dept. and the City of Hitchcock.

 

The following Covid-19 GCF&R Livestock Validation Plan will be used for the validation of Steers 10/24/20, Breeding Beef 10/31/20, Commercial Heifers 10/31/20, Lambs 12/5/20, Goats 12/5/20 and Swine 1/10/21 for the 2021 fair.

 

What you need to know for Livestock Validation/Tag-In

  • Events that bring together people and animals, such as fairs and livestock shows, can increase the spread of COVID-19 among people and animals.
  • The risk of animal-to-person spread is considered to be low.
  • Use facilities that provide adequate ventilation for animals and people.
  • Practice social distancing, limit interactions and maintain a distance of at least 6 feet between people, including fair staff, committee volunteers, judges, and the public who are not from the same farm or household.
  • Provide physical guides, such as signs to ensure that individuals remain at least 6 feet apart in lines and guides for creating one-way routes.
  • Timely exit the fairgrounds once exhibitor has validated animal and signed all paperwork.
  • Limit validation participants/guests to fair committee, classifier, exhibitor, parent/guardian, 4H Leaders and FFA Advisors

 

Masks –

Wear masks for visitors, exhibitors, judges, and fair committee, especially where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain.

Wash/Clean your Hands –

Encourage hand hygiene by setting up hand hygiene stations at the entrance and exit of the validation signature area for fair staff and visitors to clean their hands.

Stay Home if Sick –

Advise anyone visiting the event, including exhibitors, visitors, judges, and veterinarians, to stay home if they are sick.

 

THIS IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE BASED ON THE CURRENT LEVEL OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC AT TIME OF VALIDATION.