The Spring Nationals Ferret Competition
The American Ferret Association Presents The Spring Nationals Ferret Competition. All your ferret needs in one place!
DATES & TIMES:
Saturday, March 23rd: 10am to 5pm
Donation fees for admission to the show are $5.00 for persons 16 and older, $2.00 for children from 7 to 15; and free for children under 7.
The Spring Nationals Ferret Competition will be held at the York Fairgrounds in York, PA. Local ferrets, as well as ferrets from all over the country, will be competing for top honors at the show.
Sponsored by the American Ferret Association, Inc. (AFA), the Spring Nationals competition will be open to the public from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm on March 23, 2024. Championship, premier and specialty classes will be judged, and pre-registration is required for participation. Only pre-registered ferrets will be allowed in the hall.
Ferret rescue organizations will be present at the show. In addition, major ferret vendors and clubs from across the country will be selling items especially designed for ferrets and their owners. The show will provide ferret fanciers an excellent opportunity to purchase ferret-specific items for their own ferrets or for those of friends.
The Ferret Competition will also meet the needs of those interested in adding a ferret to their family or who are simply curious about these increasingly popular small mammals. Free educational materials will be available for both the new and experienced ferret owner.
The Spring Nationals Ferret Competition will be held at the York Fairgrounds Horticulture Hall, located at 334 Carlisle Street. Donation fees for admission to the show are $5.00 for persons 16 and older, $2.00 for children from 7 to 15; and free for children under 7. For more information, or directions to the York Fairgrounds, contact the AFA toll-free at 1-888-FERRET-1.
About the American Ferret Association
The American Ferret Association, Inc. (AFA) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to one goal: to promote, protect, and provide for the domestic ferret, Mustela (putorius) furo. The AFA offers public education through shows, newsletters and symposia, and speaks out against anti-ferret legislation, mistreatment, unsound breeding practices, overpopulation, and needless scientific research.
As the pre-eminent U.S. ferret organization, the AFA publishes and otherwise offers up-to-date information on veterinary services, legislative developments, medical advancements, research findings, rescue shelters and other items of interest affecting ferrets and ferret owners and fanciers. The AFA is headquartered in Frederick, Maryland. The website address is www.ferret.org.