An Overview Of the Corba Fall Rabbit and Cavy Show
By Tom Seest
The CORBA Fall Rabbit and Cavy Show is an annual event that is open to the public. It is part of the New York state rabbit sweepstakes and is sanctioned by the New York Rabbit and Cavy Association. The event is open to the public at no charge and is an excellent opportunity for new rabbit owners to find a new companion. However, bear in mind that no pets may be given away as prizes, and no dead animals are allowed to be raffled off.
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CORBA’s mission for the Fall Rabit and Cavy Show is to provide a quality show to members of the rabbit and cavy community in the Pacific Northwest. The annual show features a wide variety of breeds and features awards for the top-performing animals in each breed category. It is organized by local members and is open to the public. There is no entry fee, and visitors can attend the show for free.
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If you’re looking to buy or sell rabbits or cavies, the CORBA Fall Rabbit and Cavy Show at the Evergreen State Fair may be just the event for you. The event is held in September at the Evergreen State Fairgrounds and is open to the public. Entries may be submitted via mail or online. The deadline for entry is August 18.
To enter, rabbits and cavies must be legally marked with a legal earmark. The cost of earmarking is $2.00 per animal. Please earmark your animals before you arrive at the fairgrounds. The management will take great care of your exhibits, but it’s your responsibility to ensure their safety. Judging will be conducted according to the American System.
All exhibits must meet the health standards established by the Fair. For example, cattle must have received a respiratory disease vaccination within the past three months, and all eligible animals should have a Brucellosis vaccination. Other vaccinations, such as the respiratory complex vaccine, are strongly encouraged.
Entries may be exhibited in single or multi-rabbit pens. For single-rabbit entries, the breed and number of animals must be clearly marked. The show’s superintendent will assign cages. All exhibits must be presentable during the Fair’s public hours. The Superintendent reserves the right to refuse or display any entry, so you must contact him or her beforehand to make arrangements. The
CORBA Fall Rabbit and Cavy Show at Evergreen State Fair, is open to the public. Admission prices are posted at the entrance gates. You may purchase a day or multi-day parking pass for the event. Visitors should not bring their own recreational vehicles.
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The Southern Roots Rabbit and Cavy Show is held at the Maude Cobb Convention and Activity Center in Longview, Texas, and attract more than 1,000 rabbits each. The show also features awards for the various breeds. It is a free event that is open to the public.
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