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JUNIOR FAIR GOAT
Committee: Ray Davis, Supt. Jaime Hazelton, Grant Mizek, Ron Rofe
Tuesday, September 4, 9:00 A.M.
See General Regulations
In accordance with the USDA and the scrapie eradication program, all goats will be required to have a scrapie identification tag for this year’s show before coming to the fairgrounds.
Farm tattoos allowed. Untagged goats cannot be unloaded. Must be able to read farm premise ID tattoo, registration tattoo, or state scrapie tag.
A Grade – $4.00; B Grade – $3.50; C Grade – $3.00
9 A.M. Showmanship, Dairy Breeding Goat classes, Pygmy Goats, Commercial Meat Breeding Goats and Market Goats.
SHOWMANSHIP – Must show your own project animal which will show in Junior Fair today. See Rule 40 General Regulations.
Senior – 15 years and over on day of show.
Intermediate – 13-14 years on day of show.
Juniors – 11-12 years on day of show.
Beginners – 9-10 years on day of show.
Pee Wee – See Pee Wee Showmanship Rules.
Senior winner eligible to participate in Showman of Showmen contest Saturday, Sept. 8 at 8:00 P.M.
Exhibitor may enter two (2) animals in breeding classes and one (1) entry in group classes.
PEE WEE SHOWMANSHIP
(No Entry Fee or Advanced Entry Needed)
For all boys and girls 8 and under who are too young to join 4-H. Animals need not be owned by exhibitor’s family. Animals must also be shown in Junior Fair Show, no haul-ins allowed. Trophy to 1st, 2nd and 3rd places and ribbons to all entrants. Limit of size of animal left to parents discretion.
MARKET GOATS MUST BE WETHERS.
Must have hair clipped, body and legs. Market Goats to be disbudded, cannot have over 4” stub horn.
Market goats must weigh 65 pounds or over to show in Market Goat class.
DAIRY GOAT BREEDS:
Alpine Nubian Nigerian Dwarf
Oberhasli Saanen La Mancha
RULES: There will be a milk out at 9:00 P.M. on Monday, Sept. 3. Does will be checked by department superintendent.
DAIRY GOAT BREEDING
Class 1 – Jr. Doe kid born after April 1, 2012.
Class 2 – Intermediate Doe Kid born March 1 to March 31, 2012.
Class 3 – Sr. Doe Kid born Jan. 1 to Feb. 28, 2012.
Class 4 – Doe Yearling, 1 year and under 2 years.
JUNIOR CHAMPION AND RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION
Class 5 – Doe Yearling in milk, under 2 years.
Class 6 – Doe in milk, 2 years under 3 years.
Class 7 – Doe in milk, 3 years under 5 years.
Class 8 – Doe in milk, 5 years and over.
SENIOR CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION
GRAND CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION
In group classes, one entry per exhibitor. They will be placed 1 through 5 with the following prize money and ribbon awards: Class 9, 10, 11, 17, 23, 24 and 25.
Class 9 – Production Class – To include mother and daughter shown in any doe class.
Class 10 – Produce of Dam includes 2 does, any age, both from same dam.
Class 11 – Breeders Trio – Bred and owned by exhibitor.
Class 12 – Pygmy, doe under 1 year.
Class 13 – Pygmy, doe 1 year and over.
Class 14 – Pygmy wether, any age.
Class 15 – Pygmy Production Class – To include dam and daughter shown in any doe class.
CHAMPION AND RESERVE PYGMY DOE
COMMERCIAL MEAT BREEDING:
Goats to show in these classes must be half blood or more of the following breeds: Boer, Kiko or Spanish Goats. In 2012, Meat Breeding can show with horns.
Class 16 – Jr. Doe Kid, born after April 1, 2012.
Class 17 – Sr. Doe Kid, Jan. 1 to March 31, 2012.
Class 18 – Yearling Doe, 1 year and under 2 years.
Class 19 – Doe, 2 years and under 4 years, must have kidded.
Class 20 – Doe, 4 years and over, must have kidded.
Class 21 – Pair of Does, any age.
Class 22 – Mother and daughter
Class 23 – Produce of dam
Class 24 – Market Goat, born Jan. 1 to March 31, 2011.
Class 25 – Born and Raised in Hardin County Market Goat.
Market Goat Rules for Hardin County Class
The following rules will be for the born and raised market goat in Hardin County.
1. Market goats must be born and raised within the Hardin County boundary line.
2. When making entry, must have breeder’s name including address and scrapies tag number.
•Special award for Born and Raised Market Goat courtesy of Resicom Development, Kevin and Lynn Dye.
First place $100
Second place 75
Third place 50
Fourth place 25
•Champion Born and Raised Trophy courtesy of Mark & Diana Sharrock Family
•Reserve Born and Raised Trophy courtesy of Mark Sharrock Family
•Champion and Reserve Stall signs courtesy of Grant Mizek, Mizek Farms
JUNIOR CHAMPION AND RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION
SENIOR CHAMPION AND RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION
“JUST KIDDING AROUND”
GOAT FUN DAY
Sunday, September 9, 3:00p.m.
Main Show Area
Class 1 – Silly Adult Showmanship
Class 2 – Serious Adult Showmanship
(All parents of children who show goats are
encouraged to participate in Classes 1 and/or
2. However, it is open to all adults!)
Class 3 – Youth Obstacle Course for all ages (obstacles will be posted and available for practice from Wed.-Sat. in goat tent.
Class 4 – Adult Obstacle Course
Class 5 – Costume Class for all ages. Please make a story line telling about the costume to be read when entering the arena. Be creative since it will be part of the judging. Include name, age and whose goat you are showing. Turn into April Holbrook at beginning of show. The more the goat is costumed, the more points.
Class 6 – Youth Timed Races
Class 7 – Adult Timed Races
Ribbons for 1st – 5th places. No entry fee.
It is not necessary to own a goat to show, borrow one, with permission. If classes are too big, they will be broken down. Questions: See Jamie Hazelton or April Holbrook. Come join us! We are going to have a goat-rageous time!!!
•Senior Showmanship – Huntington National Bank.
•Junior Showmanship – Paul & Nancy Rickenbacher
• Intermediate Showmanshp – In memory of Dylan Miller by the Eikenbary Family
• Beginner Showmanship – Frisky Friends Farm
•Pee Wee Showmanship 1st, 2nd & 3rd Places – David Sams.
•Champion Market Goat – Jump ‘N Jims.
•Champion Senior Doe – Jack Buroker.
•Champion Junior Doe – Vertner Farms.
•Champion Pygmy Doe – Vertner Farms.
•Champion Commercial Sr. Doe – Grant Mizek, Mizek Farms
•Champion Commercial Jr. Doe – Grant Mizek, Mizek Farms
• Reserve Champion Commercial Sr. Doe – Frisky Friends Farm
• Reserve Champion Commercial Jr. Doe – Holbrook Farms
•Reserve Champion Market Goat – TruPointe Cooperative, Inc.
•Reserve Champion Senior Doe – Vertner Farms.
•Reserve Champion Junior Doe – Ferguson Agency LLC
•Reserve Champion Pygmy Doe – Ferguson Agency LLC
•Stall Signs for Champion & Reserve Champion Market Goat – Ray Davis Family
•Rosettes to the first 5 Places in Senior Goat Showmanship Classes – Stevenson Construction
•Rosettes to the first 5 Places in Intermediate Junior Showmanship Classes – AHW Enterprises, Jeremy & Tiffany Nelson
•Rosettes to the first 5 Places in Beginner Showmanship Classes – Ivy Ridge Farm, Anna & Aaron Creswell
•Rosettes to the Champion & Reserve Champion Market Goats, Senior Doe, Junior Doe, Pygmy Doe & Commercial Does – Hardin County Agricultural Society
•Ribbons to all Pee Wee Showmanship entrants – Hardin County Agricultural Society