(For the conduct of competitions at QCAS affiliated Queensland Agricultural Shows)
Subject to the Rules, By-Laws and Regulations of the Queensland Chamber of Agricultural Society’s Inc. (QCAS) and the Society relevant to this schedule, all QCAS General Rules & Section Rules are available on request from the Secretary, or on the Boonah Show Society Web Page.
Where there is a conflict between these regulations and the regulations and rules of the local Agricultural Society, the rules of the Affiliated Agricultural Society prevail.
Rules and Regulations:
General Regulations (PDF 272KB)
Special Cattle Regulations (PDF 385KB)
Special Horse Regulations (PDF 458KB)
Young Judges & Paraders Guidelines (PDF 448KB)
Young Paraders Rules (PDF 319KB)
To all Exhibitors of Livestock:
Livestock returning to the cattle tick protected free areas must be sprayed.
Boonah Show Society has an approved spray facility located within the Boonah Showgrounds, and will have an approved tick control person and equipment to undertake the required treatment for livestock exhibited at the showgrounds prior to the stock leaving the grounds on their return movement to the property of origin.
To be eligible to have the approved person treat your stock you will need a Queensland Travel Permit issued by your local Stock Inspector and a fully completed Queensland Livestock Movement System – Move Easy Waybill.
The permit will be from your property to the showgrounds and return subject to the conditions endorsed on the permit including:- the return movement must be within 72 hours for cattle, deer and buffalo: or within 5 days for horses, sheep, goats and camels, and that will allow for the approved person to perform the required treatments. Under no circumstances will the approved person perform any treatments of stock unless all conditions of the permit are met, and the permit and waybill presented. An alternative is for any person who has undertaken an approved awareness and training course to treat their own stock will be permitted to utilise the facilities on the showgrounds.
Any stock not meeting these requirements will be required to be treated by a permanent inspector of stock at a line clearance centre. Phone Jim Harvey on 5463 5228 to make arrangements to have your livestock sprayed.