Director: Tricia Foster, 802-233-2821 Superintendent: Wayne Marcelle, 802-233-9534 Asst. Superintendent: Ray Huizenga 802-349-5846

The show is sponsored by the VT Bird Fanciers Club in conjunction with the Addison County Fair and Fields Days.

Mail your entry forms to: Wayne Marcelle, 1373 Main Street, New Haven, VT 05472 ON or BEFORE July 31st.

All poultry must be identified and test negative for Salmonella pullorum within 12 months of the show date and be accompanied by a state issued certificate. Waterfowl are exempt from pullorum-typhoid testing. All birds shown at the Addison County Fair and Field Days must be free of any signs of contagious or infectious disease. If present OR suspected, all birds owned by exhibitor will be denied the privilege of showing and MUST BE REMOVED.

No More than 75 birds per exhibitor will be accepted. Entry fee $2.00 per bird Open Show, $1.00 per bird Junior Show. Feed and care will be provided by the show committee.

All birds must be in place by 6:00pm Monday. NO EXCEPTIONS

The show is open to any breed or variety of Bantam, Largefowl and Duck listed in the American Poultry Association or the American Bantam Association Standards of Perfection.


In the event no more than ONE bird is entered in any given class, 3rd place premium will be awarded. In event that not more than TWO birds are entered in any given class, premiums will be reduced by one half. Ribbons will be awarded in ALL classes.

Class No Description 1st 2nd 3rd
1 Cock 5.00 2.50 1.50
2 Hen 5.00 2.50 1.50
3 Cockerel 5.00 2.50 1.50
4 Pullet 5.00 2.50 1.50


SUPERINTENDENT: Wayne Marcelle, 802-233-9534

Saturday, August 13, 2022 10:00am Children's Barnyard Area

$1.00 per bird per class(limit of 1 bird per child for each class)

Judging Criteria

  • Exhibitors will be evaluated on their level of professionalism; bird care and cleanliness; and general knowledge of poultry. The breeding/registration of the bird does not count.
  • The bird’s cleanliness, condition, freedom from parasites, health and vigor are important.
  • Participants must be prepared to answer basic questions regarding the breed, variety and care of their bird(s).
  • Showmanship will be scored based on each participant’s personal professional appearance, cleanliness of their exhibit, knowledge and ability to handle the bird(s).