These shows are sanctioned by the American Dairy Goat Association and their rules shall govern.
Junior and Senior Does are separately sanctioned with ADGA.
Base dates are show day: May 26 and 27, 2018
Judging will begin at 7:30am
Original registration certificate or stamped duplicate (stamped dated 30 days or less) for kids under 6 months. MUST be shown to the show committee prior to show.
Friday evening check in will help the show flow smoother, faster.
Breed specialties for district 7 awarded are:
Recorded Grade Recognition. Ring 1. Why not recognize these beauties even if nobody else does! This is the Specialty for those OOPS! and Daring Buck Escapes, and I wonder what this combo would make, and dang well maybe she will settle for this buck...
Alpine The Alpine classes in Ring 3 (Sunday May 27th, 2018) are sponsored by Alpine's International
Show order for ADGA Breeds is alphabetical with Recorded Grades last.
Show order could be changed at discretion of sponsoring club, judge, and attending exhibitors.
Show will begin each morning at 7:30 am with the Senior Does and will proceed onto Jr. Does and finish with Bucks.
No pre-show milk out is required, be fair to your does; avoid over uddering.
It is the responsibility of each exhibitor to know the requirements of transporting animals into and within the state of Idaho. Any goat showing signs of infectious conditions, signs of abscesses, or in poor health, will be refused entry. Please find the person checking goats before penning yours. Disputes will be resolved by a licensed veterinarian at the exhibitor’s expense. Be considerate of the goats of other exhibitors
DO NOT BRING ANY ANIMAL WITH ANY HEALTH PROBLEMS!!!!!!!!!!!
Pictures will be taken of all GCH, ResCH, BOB and specialty classes for our website and specialty applications. Your cooperation and patience is appreciated. All Best of Breed winners must remain until after the Best In Show has been chosen. Help us keep the show running smoothly by having your goat ringside during the class before your goat’s class. A second handler is recommended for those showing multiple breeds. Be courteous to other exhibitors, do not hold up either show. We must keep classes entering the rings efficiently.