Hi, We are thinking about showing at our local county fair. My daughter is 10 and would love to enter her Jersey Giant. I've been trying to read a bit how it's done and so far - know we should provide food dish, food, water. The fair rules state the building with the coops will be closed during judging. I'm guessing then that the judges do their own thing and look at the birds? The Jersey Giant is a bit wild to handle (one of our shy but really pretty birds) so I know my daughter wouldn't be able to handle her during judging. Is this done (judges going through on their own) rather than having owners take them out, handle them, etc? Thanks for any help! We're clueless, but would love to show. We bought our birds from a local breeder "champion" line. Also do show birds need leg bands or anything to "mark" them in general? Thanks again!