2022 Entry Info

Submissions are now closed for the 2022 Waukesha County Fair.
Registration for the 2023 Waukesha County Fair will begin on Wednesday, March 15, 2023.

Ribbons courtesy of Waukesha County 4-H Leaders Association, Blain’s Farm & Fleet, Geiger Awards, and many others. Champion ribbons courtesy of Citizens Bank.
The following entry rules are from 2022. Please check back for the 2023 rules.


IAFE National Code of Show Ring Ethics
Testing for Drugs
Overnight Youth/Exhibitor Permission Request Form
Overnight Chaperone Permission Request Form
Overnight Junior Fair Exhibitor Camping Contract
Overnight Rules & Disciplinary Action Guidelines

Wisconsin Administrative Code for County & District Fairs
Wisconsin County, District & State Fair Animal Health Rules & Regulations
Horse Stall Reservation
Judging Schedule
Official Individual Identification Requirements for Sheep & Goats

Open Class

Open Class General Rules & Requirements
Open Class Entry Card
Open Class Amateur Beer Official Entry Form
101 Open Dairy
102 Open Beef
111 Open Llamas & Alpacas
115 Open Flowers & Plants
118 Open Fine Arts
120 Open Photography
123 Amateur Wine
Raised Grain Logo124 Amateur Beer
125 Open Foods
126 Open Clothing
127 Open Knitting & Crocheting
128 Open Home Environment/Arts & Crafts

Livestock Class

Poultry Certification
Livestock Rules
Livestock Auction Rules
Livestock Meetings/Clinic Dates
Check the Fair Events Calendar for upcoming clinics & meetings
Virtual Clinic Options
Virtual Education Verification Form
Auction/Clinic Card

This show requires YQCA certificationThe Fair has opted to have all Livestock Exhibitors interested in participating in the Auction to do the ONLINE Testing for YQCA. Those interested can access the YQCA testing by signing up for 4-H Online or going to the YQCA Website and registering independently.
We are requiring YQCA to be completed by Tuesday, June 15th, 2022.

YQCA Certification Help Document
Importance of YQCA Video

Wisconsin Youth Livestock Facebook
Premise Identification Number
Country of Origin Labeling
Livestock Auction Brochure

See Marla Calico be a Champion of Change

IAFE President and CEO Marla Calico recently had an opportunity to be a Champion of Change by addressing Washington state’s House Rural Development, Agriculture & Natural Resources Committee. Click here to see her discuss the impact county and agricultural fairs have on their communities.