Schedule, Rules, & Regulations

Livestock/Equine -> Spring Dairy Preview ->


Tuesday, June 12th

9:00am-5:00pm   Tack Move In- ONLY

Wednesday, June 13th

9:00am                 Animals may arrive to the property

Thursday, June 14th

9:00am-4:00pm     Check-In Open (all animals must be checked in by 4pm)
4:00pm                 Team Corn Hole Tournament
6:00pm                 Youth Judging Contest- Sponsored by NY Junior Holstein

Friday, June 15th

9:00am                 Jersey, Guernsey, Ayrshire & AOB Show- Showplex Arena
(rotating breeds)

4:00pm                 Exhibitor Dinner (tickets must be pre-purchased) 
6:00pm                 Junior Showmanship Show- Showplex Arena

Saturday, June 16th

9:00am                 Holstein, Red and White & Brown Swiss Show-
                            Showplex Arena (rotating breeds) Supreme Drive to follow

NEW in 2018- No Potluck, Dinner will be available at $5.00 per person


  1. All cattle must be in place and checked in by Thursday, June 14 at 4:00PM
  2. The parlor will be open Wednesday morning through Saturday after the show.
  3. Show is open to any exhibitor from United States and Canada.
  4. All milk MUST be dumped in the parlor, please see parlor superintendent for exact location.
  5. IAFE Code of Show Ring Ethics will apply.
  6. Dogs allowed on grounds, but not permitted in the barns.
  7. Each animal can only show in ONE breed division.
  8. All animals MUST be registered with an official dairy breed; NO animals will be allowed to show on “pending” papers.
  9. To be eligible for competition animals must be entered exactly as ownership appears on the registration certificate. The registration certificate showing the most recent date of activity will be considered official. Sale animal ownership will be that of the consignor. Registration certificates showing ownership must be available for checking by the show staff at any time after the animals are housed
  10. No Scooters/Bikes are permitted on the property.
  11. All entry fees are non-refundable 

Health Regulations

All animals must have a State Department of Agriculture Ear Tag

All animals for exhibition must be accompanied by a health certificate (dated within 60 days of the show) with positive individual identification signed by an accredited veterinarian that states that the animals is free of all communicable diseases, and is BVD NEGATIVE. We strongly recommend that all animals are vaccinated for shipping fever complex. 

Any questions call the Erie County Agricultural Society Office at (716) 649-3900 ext. 6480


To print the full show program, click here.