2013 CLACKAMAS COUNTY JUNIOR LIVESTOCK
Welcome to the Clackamas County Junior
Livestock Auction website. We hope to provide helpful information to all 4H and FFA participants.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR SWINE
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY
Clackamas County Swine Exhibitors Released:
March 20 2014
From: Clackamas County Junior Livestock Auction
Changes to CCJLA Swine Program
Due to the recent outbreak of PEDv in this country and the heightened concern with this disease,
the Clackamas County Fair Board has recommended that the swine show at the 2014 fair be terminal. This decision is
in line with recommendations from the State Veterinarian, Dr. Brad LeaMaster and State Swine Extension Specialist,
Due to this challenging disease outbreak and to comply with the Fair Board’s recommendation, the Auction
Committee has made the following changes for 2014:
1. The Initial Swine Weigh-In that was originally scheduled for May 3rd has
2. Youth will enter their market hogs by filling out a weigh-in card. FFA members will obtain one from their FFA
advisor. Weigh in cards for 4H members will be distributed at the all leaders meeting in June and distributed to
clubs. All weigh-in cards will be due with their fair entries by July due date.
3. All youth will only be allowed to bring ONE pig to fair (even though you may sign up two pigs).
4. Further details regarding fair/auction logistics are currently being discussed and will be published by the
first of May.
5. For youth who are looking to purchase pigs out of state, please read the following:
The State Veterinarian, Dr. LeaMaster, has released the following statement and made the
following requirement for pigs imported into Oregon from anywhere else:
I have taken precautionary steps in regards to the importation of swine into the state.
Effective Monday February 10, the Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI) required for animals entering
Oregon (other than for immediate slaughter) must contain the following statement from the issuing
"To the best of my knowledge, swine represented on this certificate have not originated
from a premises known to be affected by Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus (PEDv), and have not been exposed to
PEDv within the last 30 days."
For further information regarding PEDv, the following link is available: