World Dairy Expo Unveils New Dairy Cattle Entry System

July 31, 2012 11:45 AM

Source: World Dairy Expo

World Dairy Expo has unveiled a new dairy cattle entry system that is now available to exhibitors wishing to make entries to this year’s show. The new program utilizes the latest online registration technology while maintaining an easy-to-use and exhibitor-friendly system. Access the online entry system and the 2012 Premium Book and all accompanying forms on the Dairy Cattle Show & Sales page at

The new system will allow exhibitors to enter their animals, purchase a tent and/or booth space and show season passes. New to the system, exhibitors will be able to refer back to their entries after making payments. Stalling requests, Youth Showmanship or Fitting Contest entries, Futurity entries and judges nominations can all be submitted using the new entry system as well.

Check-in for each breed show will be performed with the use of tablets, increasing the efficiency and accuracy of the shows. Show management expects to see more accurate class results, generated more quickly. Late entries or substitutions will still need to be done in person at the Expo Office.

Premium Books have already been mailed to recent year’s exhibitors. New exhibitors can locate the Premium Book on the website. Exhibitors may request a printed Premium Book by contacting World Dairy Expo at 608-224-6455. Paper entry forms will still be gladly accepted as in the past.

INITIAL ENTRY DEADLINE IS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2012. You may use the online entry system and pay by credit card (online only) until 11:59 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 15, 2012. All applicable fees apply for entries made after September 1.

“Market Fresh” is the theme for World Dairy Expo 2012, which will take place Tuesday, October 2, through Saturday, October 6 at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, Wisconsin. For show schedule and further information, visit


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