When completing your record books, use: $1.80 per pound for sheep (4/23/17), $.85 per pound for beef (12/10/16), and $.65 per pound for swine (7/11/2017).
For those of you working on the record book and trying to complete the section that asks for your fair premium they are placed below by species. The Junior Premium Book is no longer available on the fair park website.
Steers: Blue: $11.00 Red $9.00 White $7.00 Pink $5.00
Swine: Blue $6.00 Red $5.00 White $4.00 Pink $3.00
Lambs: Blue $5.00 Red $4.00 White $3.00 Pink $2.00
If you have any questions about completing your record book please contact one of the MAP Representatives.
|Beef Representative, Adult||Scott Keppen||920-650-2033|
|Beef Representative, Adult||Alexis Timmel**||920-988-4703|
|Beef Representative, Youth||Devin Splinter**||262-490-3039|
|Beef Representative, Youth||Mackenzy Meschke**||920-988-2065|
|Sheep Representative, Adult||Lisa Small (Reporter)||920-285-7204|
|Sheep Representative, Adult||Laura Monson** (Secretary)||920-728-3301|
|Sheep Representative, Youth||Jonathan Jones**||608-423-2374|
|Sheep Representative, Youth||Chandler Zwieg**||262-354-4096|
|Swine Representative, Adult||Tim Ball (Vice Chair)||262-337-1147|
|Swine Representative, Adult||Rachel Thom** (Treasurer)||920-728-5144|
|Swine Representative, Youth||Ralph Hombsch**||920-253-8400|
|Swine Representative, Youth||Emma Statz**||920-988-8402|
|Dairy Representative, Adult||Linda Wright**||920-253-9398|
|Dairy Representative, Youth||Sawyer Brandenburg**||920-563-3266|
|Member-at-Large||Dustin Winkelman** (Chair)||920-253-6836|
|Business Representative||Kevin Doherty**||920-342-4714|
** Terms expire in 2018.
The MAP Data Log is updated when documents are turned into the UW-Extension Office. This log is to help members understand which documents still need to be turned in.
- 2017-2018 Point Card (Due to UW-Extension Office on May 31, 2018)
EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY DESCRIPTIONS
Kick-Off Meetings – 1 point
Members and a parent or guardian are encouraged to attend the Species Kick Off meetings to gain a better understanding of the rules and due dates for each species. New rules and changes will be announced at the Kick-Off meetings each year.
Other Opportunities for Points
Events not listed below must be pre-approved by the committee in order for them to count as points. Please contact the committee chairperson or the Extension Office before the monthly committee meeting to have your event approved. All educational points must be completed and approved by May 31, 2017.
1 point events
- Record Book Training (encouraged for first year members) – 1 point
- MAP Activity Night (same materials as MAP Camp)
- Club Meat Animal Project Meeting – max 2 points
- Fitting and Showing Clinic (Nasco, FS, Animart, etc) – max 2 points
- Livestock or Meat Judging Clinic
- MAP Committee Meeting – 1 point max
- Sheep & Wool Festival Skillathon, Sweepstakes or Showing – max 2 points
- Breed Association Field Days (Hereford Farm Tour) – max 1 point
- Weigh-In Help – max 2 points
- Fair Ultrasound Help – max 2 points
- Livestock Camp Help – max 2 points
- Project Learning Day for Large Animals – 1 point per species; max 2 points
- Carcass Clinic – 1 point
- Meats Lab – 1 point
2 point events
- MAP Camp
- Participate in Premier Exhibitor Contest at State Fair – 2 point for 1st specie; 1 point after
- WLBA quiz and Skillathon Contest
- Meats Judging Team (must participate in contest)
- Livestock Judging Team (must participate in contest)
- Beef, sheep or swine shows (excluding all Jr. County Fairs & State Fair) – 6 point max
- Participate in World Beef Expo Sweepstakes
- Livestock Quiz Bowl
- Leadership Roles (example – teaching a clinic, breed ambassador)
- Area Animal Science Days
3 point events
- Herd management – breeding through finishing (your MAP species)
No. of Point = Credit Times 4
- School Classes – Animal Science, Ag Exploration class (livestock, meats), crop/feed
Dairy Judging, World Dairy Expo, Dairy Bowl and Project Animal Sales are a few items that are not included and do not count for points in the MAP Project.
- If you were in the 2016 MAP Project last year (those who sold or even those who weighed in, but did not sell), you must have turned in a completed record book by September 2, 2016 by 4:30 pm. Your required record book must be completed for the specie of your sale animal. It is not required that you create a record book for each animal or each specie you exhibited.
- Record books must be turned in complete. If your record book is deemed incomplete, the MAP Committee will review your record book as a committee. Members who turn in record books that are not complete will sell at the END OF THE SALE. Examples of an incomplete record books may include but is not limited to:
- Must contain ALL required signatures.
- All information must be completed (all filled in).
- Written information must be legible.
- If you score a 15 or under, your record book will be considered incomplete.
- If you weighed in an animal (beef = December, sheep = April, Swine = July) and choose not to sell it and/or show it at the fair, you must still turn in a Record Book to participate in the MAP project and sale in the following year. Record Books for 2016-17 are due September 1, 2017 by 4:00 pm.
Record Books (All record books due to UW-Extension Office by 4 p.m. on Sept. 1, 2017)
It is the member’s responsibility to talk with prospective buyers and invite them to attend the sale. Each member planning to participate in the meat animal project sale is encouraged to promote the MAP sale by turning in signed buyer cards to the UW-Extension Office by June 9, 2017.
The Meat Animal Project Committee receives educational support from the 4-H Youth Development Agent and the UW-Extension, Jefferson County Office, 864 Collins Road, Jefferson, WI 53549. When you have any questions regarding your meat animal project, contact one of the committee members or the UW-Extension Office. The UW-Extension office may choose to contact a committee member with your question. Your UW-Extension contact is Bruce Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org or Kim at email@example.com. You may also call the office at 920-674-7297.