Chicken and Rabbit Show

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Tyrrell County 4-H Chicken & Rabbit Show banner

We’re an Open Hen/Rooster/Rabbit Show

Please read over our Rules and Regulations and contact Ms. Lauren with any questions. Entry Form is due to the Tyrrell County office by Wednesday, November 15, 2023.

Our show will take place at 10 a.m. on Saturday, December 2nd on the Courthouse steps.

Don’t have an animal, but you would like to participate? No Problem! We have 4-H hens, roosters, and rabbits for you to use. Contact Ms. Lauren to set up a time to meet your animal and practice sessions. Please indicate on your Entry Form if you need an animal to borrow.

Never showed an animal before, no sweat! Our show is purely for fun and to help build interest in our animal program. Here are some videos to help you know what to do when the judge comes to you. Just show your animal off from head to toe; don’t stress if you forget something. It’s just about having fun!

How to Show a Chicken/Rooster

How to Show a Rabbit