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Rabbit Show

Show / Contest Coordinator

Linda Graham, 352-445-4552

More about the Rabbit Show

Did you know a rabbit has five toes on the front feet and four on the back feet? Rabbits are easily trained to use a litter box, just as a cat does. Contrary to popular belief, rabbits cannot live on lettuce and carrots alone. All of the young people exhibiting rabbits learn these and many more facts as they complete their projects. Record keeping is an important aspect of all our animal projects, and a completed record book must be turned in before the show in order for the students to compete.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is my child eligible? Any student older than 8 years of age and up, who attends the mandatory meeting and pays entry fee, is a member of a 4H club or FFA chapter, and either lives in or goes to school in Marion County may enter this contest.

How much does it cost? $3 entry fee per head ($15 maximum per exhibitor).

Rules

Rabbit Show Rules

Watch Me Grow Rules

UPDATES TO 2021 RABBIT SHOW

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CHICKEN & RABBIT BARN RULES – COVID POLICIES

  • It is recommended that all entering the barn wear mask and distance themselves for safety purposes. 
  • We are limiting the number of people in the barn to 25 people at a time.   
  • The barn hours will be from 9 am to 5 pm Monday thru Friday. 
  • Saturday and Sunday hours will be posted based on the number of exhibitors that will be doing showmanship, it is possible we will open the barn sooner. The hours for Saturday and Sunday will be posted at check-in on Thursday. 
  • During the chicken judging, we will be blocking off the isle that the judge will be working on to protect the judge and giving the proper distance for safety.

Thanks for your Support!

2021 Winners

Grand Champion – Natalee Longfellow- Ft. King Middle FFA

Best In Show

 

 

Standard – English Spot- Natalee Longfellow – Ft. King Middle FFA

Mini – Britannia Petite – Makayla Candreva – Lucky Learners 4H

Cavy – American- Brynleigh Durham – Caprine 4H

Reserve In Show

Standard – Mini Lop – Abbiegail Shultz – Dunnellon 4H

Mini – Britannia Petite- Makayla Candreva, Lucky Learners 4H

Cavy – American – Brynleigh Durham – Caprine 4H

Showmanship

Junior – Abbiegail Shultz – Dunnellon 4H

Intermediate – Samantha Farmer – Town & Country 4H

Senior – Jacqueline Lemanski – Hands-on 4H

 

 

Record Book

Junior – Abigail Kimball – Stillwaters 4H

Intermediate – Jonah Westgate – Cracker Country 4H

Senior – Alayna Peters – Forest High FFA

Poster Contest

Junior – Abigail Kimball – Stillwaters 4H

Intermediate – Breanna Lopez – Stars & Stripes 4H

Senior – Makayla Candreva, Lucky Learners 4H

Skill-A-Thon

 

 

Junior – Kate Spencer – Stillwaters 4H

Intermediate – Breanna Lopez – Stars & Stripes 4H

Senior – Jacqueline Lemanski – Hands-on 4H

Herdsman Award

Rose Grace McKee – North Marion Middle FFA

Highpoint

Jacqueline Lemanski – Hands-on 4H

Scholarships / Special Awards

Poster Contest Winner

Herdsman

High Point

Thank You Rabbit Sponsors

Foot & Ankle Center of Ocala

Dr Petsche

Karob Instruments, Inc.

BAI Electronics System Distribution

Tailored Car Care, Inc.

Healthy You New Beginnings Child Care & Learning Center

Conimar Group, LLC

Tru Hone Corp.

Seminole Feed

Harrison’s Landing (Michael & Linda Graham)

Ocala Breeders Feed and Supply

Dr Rozanski

Southeastern Livestock Pavilion

Mid Florida RBA

Future Stars Learning Academy

 

 

Sponsorship Opportunities

You Can Help

SEYF is a non-profit, and is reliant on help from the community in the form of donations of money, services and time.  Click below to get involved and help us help the youth of Marion County.