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Advisor
: Rainge Armentor
                 Tuesday Feb. 5............................................................................Entry Deadline

           Wednesday, May 15.....................................................7:00 PM; All projects must be on site

         Thursday, May 16..............................................5:00 P.M.  Official Judging

                   Friday at 7:15 PM.................................................. Parade of Champions


 

1. Eligible Entries: Exhibitors are not required to take Ag Mechanics, but must be in good standing with the FFA/4H Chapter. The FFA/4H Member must complete their project within one calendar year of the Dayton FFA Show and be under direct supervision of an Agriscience teacher or 4H Leader. Students may only show one project. Entry forms and fee are due to an agriculture science teacher on or before February 5th, 2019.

 2. Ownership: Ag Mechanics projects must be individually completed by the FFA/4H member.

3. Check-in: Entries must be on site by 7:00 p.m., Wednesday, May 15th, 2019.

4. Documentation: Project Presentation: All Projects must be painted or properly treated and must be clean and in a presentable condition, even though they may have been used. Floor covering is not encouraged. No additional floor space will be guaranteed or provided for podiums, chairs, tables, show boxes, etc. A scale drawing, bill of materials, photographs showing the student in all phases of construction using proper safety measures are to be provided with the projects. TX DOT and/or ASAE regulations and specifications are to be provided as they apply to individual Projects. Display of plans, photos, etc. Must be displayed in a three-ring binder. Stands, podiums, computers, etc. will be permitted only when they can be positioned on or under the projects as space permits. Trailer Registration: Current registration plates or temporary tags are required on all trailers that are towed to the project show. Hauled trailers will be exempt from this rule. All
Trailers and other equipment that is to be operated and or transported on public roads ae to be equipped with the safety equipment specified in Title 7, Vehicles and Traffic Transportation Code of Texas Statutes, Specific chapters regarding Width (621.201), Lights and reflectors (545.106,547.324 and 547.331) Brakes (547.401) Length (624.201) and inspection (621.204) are to be adhered to. Any trailer that exceeds 102 inches in width must have a signed permit. All towed equipment, regardless of 30 standards, is to be equipped with safety chains. All Three point hitch and P.T.O. operated equipment are to meet current ASAE Standards. The TX DOT web page will provide information on how to access or acquire TX DOT equipment regulations and Vehicle regulations.

 5. Safety: Project Safety: Appropriate and safe display stands must be provided for gates, panels and other projects that need support. Sharp edges and points such as those on a self-feeder roofs, bale movers etc. are to be padded or covered as necessary to prevent injury. No type of painting will be allowed while the project is at the show. Electrical: All 120 VAC and higher electrical plugs and receptacles are to be equipment grounding type. All metal components are to be grounded. Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCI) shall be provided for all 120 VAC Receptacles. All 50 VAC and higher connections are to be protected in appropriate indoor and outdoor rated enclosures.

Electricity
will not be guaranteed. Due to air quality factors, generators will not be allowed to operate.

Signs:
All Projects will be identified by standard exhibitor cards supplied by the Dayton FFA Livestock Show. Additional signs, banners, etc. are encouraged, but in such a manner that no additional floor space is required and are subject to final approval by the Executive Show Board. No “For Sale” Signs will be permitted.

6. Judging System: Projects will be judged on the Following:
1. Workmanship……………………………………………………………………………………….30pts
2. Design and Materials Used………………………………………………………………..... 20pts
3. Practicality…………………………………………………………………………………………. 20pts
4. Degree of Difficulty………………………………………………………………………….... 10pts
5. General Appearance and Finish…………………………………………………………... 10pts
6. Documentation and Presentation………………………………………………………... 10pts
Totaling in 100 possible points

 7. Divisions/Classes may be found on page 3 of the entry form
 

 




Documents

 
NameOwnerDateAddedSize
Ag Mechanics Entry Form Kelly Padgett 1/14/2019 195 KB


 
 

 

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