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Exhibitor Updates


IMPORTANT EXHIBITOR INFORMATION

Shows, rules, and schedules are SUBJECT TO CHANGE.

Tulsa State Fair Livestock Office
During the Tulsa State Fair, the Livestock Office is located in the Ford Truck Exhibit Hall. Office Hours are 7 am - 7 pm.

Animal Health Regulations
All animals must have a health paper issued within 30 days prior to arrival.

Arrival
All vehicles hauling livestock must enter at Gate 7 on 21st Street. Health papers will be checked before unloading. After your health papers have been checked, please stop by the Livestock Exhibitor Credential Station, located inside Gate 7, to pick up your Exhibitor Packet. Gate 7 is open 6am - 10pm. No animals will be permitted to enter the grounds while Gate 7 is closed.

Gate 7 Physical Address: 4000 East 15th Street, Tulsa, OK 74114

Livestock Credential Station
The Livestock Credential Station Hours:
Wednesday, September 29: 8am - 7pm
Thursday, September 30 - Saturday, October 9: 7am - 7pm
*No cash. Only credit cards accepted.*

Exhibitor Season Gate Pass
Each exhibitor will receive one, complimentary Livestock Exhibitor Season Wrist Band. Livestock Exhibitor Season Wrist Bands are good for everyday. Additional Livestock Exhibitor 5-Day Passes will be available to purchase upon arrival at the Livestock Exhibitor Credential Station at Gate 7. No cash, only credit card payments accepted.

Livestock Exhibitor Season Parking Pass
Livestock Exhibitor Season Parking will grant you access into Lot 7 and Lot 8 inside Gate 7 entrance. Additional Livestock Exhibitor Season Gate Passes will be available to purchase upon arrival at Livestock Exhibitor Credential Station at Gate 7. No cash, only credit card payments accepted.

VIP Parking
  • VIP Parking Lot 1. The VIP Parking Lot 1 will be located north of the Oklahoma Ford Dealers Barn. The VIP Lot 1 will be most convenient for Beef Cattle, Dairy Cattle, and Horse Show exhibitors.
  • VIP Parking Lot 2. The VIP Parking Lot 2 will be located north of the Super Duty Barn. It will be most convenient for Goat, Sheep, Swine, Poultry, and Rabbit Show exhibitors.
  • VIP Parking Lot 1 and 2 Passes. VIP Parking passes will be sold by the day on a first come first serve basis for $25 per day. No cash, only credit card payments accepted.
Livestock Exhibitor Trailer Parking
No livestock trailers will be allowed to park on grounds. The off-site, secured trailer parking lot is located at Sheridan and Virgin. Trailer parking passes are $10 per trailer and must be purchased at the time of entry or before arrival at trailer lot. Exhibitors must have a release to retrieve livestock trailers from the trailer parking area and/or bring a trailer on grounds to load out. No animals are permitted to be housed in livestock trailers at the off-site, secured trailer lot.

General Show Reminders
  • No Food in Barns. No food will be permitted in the barns. Concession stands and food venders will be available.
  • No Pets. Only animals officially entered to show at the Tulsa State Fair will be permitted on grounds.
  • Back Numbers: Each entry will be assigned a number. There will be no ring card provided or collected.

2022 Changes & additions

Shows, rules, and schedules are SUBJECT TO CHANGE.

CATTLE SHOWS
  • Open Chianina and Chi-Angus Show: The Chinaina breed has been added to the Open Cattle Show schedule.
SWINE SHOWS
  • Hereford Breed: The Hereford breed has fell below 20 head consistently for three years in both the barrow and gilt shows. As a result, the Hereford breed has been eliminated from both shows.
  • Light Cross / Dark Cross: The Commercial Gilts and Crossbred Barrows have been divided into Dark Crossbred and Light Crossbreed Divisions. Dark Crossbred is defined as all other colors, (black, red, and sandy), excluding solid white or blue. Light Crossbred is defined as any barrows or gilts with white and/or blue only. Classification will be conducted by a three-member classifying committee. The decision of the classifying committee is final and not subject to protest.
  • Gilt Show Other Purebred Breeds Division: All breeds listed will have a breed show. If a breed has less than 20 gilts that check in at the show or other registered gilts whose breed is not listed per the exhibitor handbook will compete in the OPB. The OPB division must have 20 or more check in AND show to be eligible to participate in the Supreme Purebred Gilt Drive and sale order lineup.
  • Junior Breeding Gilt Show Awards: The Tulsa State Fair Ringmasters is sponsoring a total of $10,000 in awards to the top 5 purebred gilts and top 5 commercial gilts.
SHEEP SHOWS
  • Junior Breeding Ewe Showmanship: A Junior Breeding Ewe Showmanship competition has been added to the Junior Breeding Ewe Show on Friday, September 30 at 6pm in the Ranger Arena.
  • Pens: No curtains or enclosures permitted on the front, sides, or top of stalls.
GOAT SHOWS
  • Generators: The use of generators is encouraged. Reminder, each electric outlet in the Bronco Barn is 20amp. Single blowers need 20amp. More than 20amp running at a time on each electric outlet will blow the breaker. Generators must be ran outside of the barns. No generators will be permitted to run inside the barn or down the main aisles.
  • Pens: No curtains or enclosures permitted on the front, sides, or top of stalls.
CONTESTS
  • 4-H & FFA Dairy Cattle Judging Contest: The 4-H & FFA Dairy Cattle Judging Contest will be held on Saturday, October 1 at 10am in the Expedition Arena.
  • Showmanship: The entry deadline for Showmanship Contests is September 2, 2022; late entry deadline is September 9, 2022. All entries must be submitted and paid for online. No entries accepted after September 9.
  • Goat Fitting Contest: Sullivan Supply is hosting a Goat Fitting Contest on Thursday, October 6 at 6pm.
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