I am an adult, and have decided to try showing chickens at the county fair this July. I have shown horses, dogs, rabbits, but never chickens so I don't really know how this is done. I visited a chicken show last fall and I think this might be something I can handle! The fair is only 10 minutes away, and it's not usually a big fair, so why not. Anyway, I bought a pair of large blue frizzle cochins last fall at the Indianapolis poultry show, and I would like to show them. What class do they need to be entered in? I also have a bantam white cochin frizzle. It's $1 per entry, minimum 5. I also have a few Seramas I could show. The entry form doesn't give much info. Do my birds need to be marked in any way, as in leg band with number? The form says that I am to provide food but the superintendent will feed them. So basically I just have my birds in coops and that's it? Or do I need to be cleaning the cages during their stay? Are there runners that bring my birds up to the show table? Those chickens are super friendly and easy to handle. Grrr........I am so new at this! I don't want to come across as some total new person while I am there. Thanks!