IMPORTANT EXHIBITOR INFORMATIONShows, rules, and schedules are SUBJECT TO CHANGE. As we continue to move forward, we recognize the situation remains very fluid and we will continue to monitor.
COVID-19 Safety Measures for Junior Livestock Show
Animal Health Regulations
- CDC and Tulsa Health Department Guidelines. The Tulsa State Fair will implement and follow all CDC and THD guidelines.
- Exhibitor Health. Individuals should not attend the Tulsa State Fair if they have been exposed to COVID-19 or are experiencing symptoms within the last 14 days, have a fever or are immunocompromised. Daily temperature checks prior to arrival each day are encouraged.
- Spectator Health. Exhibitors are encouraged to utilize the show's live stream to allow family from vulnerable groups to see the show without being present.
- Masks and Face Coverings. Mask guidelines will be followed as defined by the City of Tulsa,
Oklahoma; Ordinance Number 24408. In addition, masks will be required for all
visitors, staff, vendors, judges and livestock participants when indoors and
outdoors when not able to physically distance. All junior livestock exhibitors
will be required to wear a mask while in the show ring. Junior horse show exhibitors will not be
required to wear a mask while in the show ring or warm up arena. When visitors
are actively eating or drinking, or at a distanced table designated for eating
and drinking, masks may be removed. Enforcement and monitoring will occur through
- Physical Distancing. Facility will utilize
signage and messaging to encourage individuals to follow public health guidance
of maintaining at least six feet, whenever possible, to the person closest to
them.nts. Staff and superintendents will appropriately distance stalling and penning assignments. When breaking classes the number of animals in each class will be carefully considered to allow proper show ring social distancing.
- Increased Hygiene Accessibility. Stations
with either soap and water or sanitizer, containing at least 60% ethanol or 70%
isopropanol, will be provided at all points of ingress and other well-marked
areas throughout the venue. Supervisors will regularly confirm there are
- Exhibitor Equipment. Exhibitors are encouraged to clean and disinfect items from home before bringing them to the Tulsa State Fair and again before taking them home. Exhibitors are encouraged to not share items with others while at the Tulsa State Fair.
- No Food in Barns. No food will be permitted in the barns. Concession stands and food venders will be open with the proper seating distanced and cleaned regularly.
- No Camping in Barns. No camping in the barns or stall areas will be permitted.
- No Pets. Only animals officially entered to show at the Tulsa State Fair will be permitted on grounds.
- Check in Process. Animal check in will be conducted online via smart phone or other device. To provide a touchless process, each entry will be assigned a number. There will be no ring card provided or collected. Breeding animal exhibitors will be required to submit a copy of their registration papers online with their entries to check prior to the show.
- Class Postings. All classes and show orders will be posted online only to eliminate crowding when viewing.
- Photo Backdrop. Only exhibitors and their immediate family members will be permitted at the backdrop and in the photos to eliminate crowding.
- Holding Rings. Only the exhibitor and one assistant will be permitted in the holding rings. Holding rings will be limited to the two classes following the class in the ring.
All animals must have a health paper issued within 30 days prior to arrival.Arrival
All vehicles hauling livestock must enter at Gate 3 on 21st Street. Health papers will be checked before unloading. After your health papers have been checked, please stop by the GH2 Welcome Station, located inside Gate 3, to pick up your Exhibitor Packet. Gate 3 is open 6am - 10pm. No animals will be permitted to enter the grounds while Gate 3 is closed.Exhibitor Season Gate Pass
Each exhibitor will receive one, complimentary Livestock Exhibitor Season Gate Pass. Livestock Exhibitor Season Gate Passes are good for everyday. Additional Livestock Exhibitor Season Gate Passes will be available to purchase upon arrival at the GH2 Welcome Station.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 the GH2 Welcome Station.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 Junior Beef Cattle, Junior 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 Junior Swine, Junior Meat Goat, Junior Breeding Doe, and Poultry 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.Livestock Exhibitor Trailer Parking
Trailer Parking Passes. The Tulsa State Fair will provide an on-site, secured parking area designated for livestock trailers for $10. Trailers will not be permitted to park in any other location on grounds.Junior Market Animal Show Changes/Updates
Junior Breeding Animal Show Changes/Updates
- Non-Terminal. All market animal shows are non-terminal with the exception of the Grand and Reserve Grand Champions.
- Online Premium Sale. The premium sale will be hosted through an online sale platform.
Junior Beef and Dairy Cattle Show Changes
- Registration Papers. All registration papers will be required to be submitted online with entry and will be pre-checked prior to the show by staff and superintendents.
- ID Checks. If necessary, tattoo or ID checks will be conducted by appointment and/or organized schedule.
Junior Swine Show Changes
- Bedding. No bedding will be provided. Exhibitors must bring their own or can purchase online through the on site feed store.
Junior Sheep Show Changes
- Penning. After careful evaluation and to assist exhibitors in their planning prior to arrival, pens will be pre-assigned.
- Pens. Barrows and gilts will be penned in 10' x 10' horse stalls. Plan accordingly by bringing dividers and fans.
- Gilt Show Limit. The gilt entry limit is two head. An exhibitor may enter as many as they wish, but will only be allowed to bring and show two.
- Market Lamb Classification. Market lamb classification will be conducted by a three member panel.