Dairy Goat Show
Friday, July 29 and Saturday July 30
Questions to: Rachel at 423-618-2064
Committee: Rachel Burchett, Hannah Pahnke, Jeremy Glascock
Friday July 29th Youth Show & Showmanship
Showmanship Classes Start At 5 PM – One Ring
M1: Junior Showmanship – 10 years old & under
M2: Intermediate Showmanship – 11-14 years old
M3: Senior Showmanship – 15-18 years old
Youth Show Class List Start at 6 PM – One Ring
Senior Does (Base Date for calculating ages is July 29)
YS1 – Milking Does 1 year and under 2 years
YS2 – Milking Does 2 years and under 3 years
YS3 – Milking Does 3 years and under 5 years
YS4 – Milking Does 5 years and over
YS5 – Senior Grand Champion and Senior Reserve Champion
YS6 – Best Doe in Show
Junior Does (Base Date for calculating ages is July 29)
YJ1 – Does under 4 months
YJ2 – Does 4 months and under 8 months
YJ3 – Junior Yearling: 8 months and under 12 months
YJ4 – Senior Yearling: 12 months and under 24 months
YJ5 – Junior Grand Champion and Junior Reserve Champion
YJ6 – Best Junior Doe in Show
Youth Show Sanctioned Breeds:
– Nigerian Dwarf
Saturday July 30th Open Show
Saturday Open Show Class List Start at 9 AM – Two Rings
Senior Does: (Base Date for calculating ages is July 29)
S1 – Milking Does 1 year and under 2 years
S2 – Milking Does 2 years and under 3 years
S3 – Milking Does 3 years and under 4 years
S4 – Milking Does 4 years and under 5 years
S5 – Milking Does 5 years and over
S6 – Senior Grand Champion and Senior Reserve Champion
S7 – Best Doe in Show
S8 – Best Udder in Show
Senior Doe Group Classes:
S9 – Dam & Daughter
S10 – Senior Get of Sire
S11 – Dairy Herd
Junior Does: (Base Date for calculating ages is July 29)
J1 – Does under 2 months
J2 – Does 2 months and under 4 months
J3 – Does 4 months and under 8 months
J4 – Junior Yearling: 8 months and under 12 months
J5 – Senior Yearling: 12 months and under 24 months
J6 – Junior Grand Champion and Junior Reserve Champion
J7 – Best Junior Doe in Show
J8 – Best 3 Juniors
J9 – Junior Get of Sire
Open Show Sanctioned Breeds:
– Nigerian Dwarf
– Recorded Grade
Entry Fees & Pen Fees
– No entry fees for Showmanship or Group Classes
– Entry fees for the Youth Show and the Open Show will be $5 per goat per ring
– Pens will be $5 per pen for Standard Sized Pens (Approx. 6’ x 6’) or
$10 per pen for Large Pens (Approx. 10 x 10′)
– Pens are limited so No Tack Pens will be allowed
- This Open Show is sanctioned by the American Dairy Goat Association, and their rules shall govern.
- Open show entry fee $5 per goat per ring if paid by end of day on Friday July 8th. Late entry fees will be $7 per goat per ring if paid on or after Saturday July 9th. Pens will be $5 per pen for the standard sized pens (approximately 6′ x 6′) or $7 for large pens (approximately 10′ x10′) for the weekend. You are also welcomed to show out of your trailer if you prefer. There will be no fees for showing out of your trailer. The trailer parking is in an open field with no shade so please plan accordingly to provide shade or weather protection if you choose to show out of your trailer. Payment can be made by PayPal to UCDairyGoatClub@gmail.com. PayPal fees must be paid by the exhibitor. In case of emergency, with 48 hours’ notice given, fees will be returned, if already paid. Your early entry will greatly help the UC Dairy Goat Club to predict numbers and do all we can to be sure that each breed is official.
- Penning will be assigned. Please be aware that all pens have horizontal bars so plan accordingly.
- Entries can be mailed, emailed, or entered online. Mail entries to: Hannah Pahnke at 196 Cicada Rd, Quebeck, TN 38579 or email to UCDairyGoatClub@gmail.com. Please make checks payable to Hannah Pahnke. For more information contact us at UCDairyGoatClub@gmail.com.
- The base date for the show is July 29th, 2022.
- All goats being shown in the youth show must be in place and checked in by 4 PM on Friday July 29th. All goats being shown in the open show must be in place and checked in by 8:00 AM on Saturday, July 30th.
- Prior to the show, the Show Secretary must be shown the original registration or recordation certificate, an ADGA stamped duplicate application or a faxed copy of application or original if stamped by the ADGA office. No electronic stamped duplicates will be viewed/allowed; hard copies must be present.
- Check in must be completed 1 hour before the start of the day’s first show, fees paid by that time. To check in, entries must be listed on an official entry form either already sent to the show secretary OR you may bring the form with you OR fill out the form there.
- All goats must have a current health certificate issued within 60 days of the date of show. Out of state animals – Negative TB and Brucellosis test within 30 days of show (NO TEST REQUIRED IF YOU COME FROM A FREE STATE) or originate from a certificate and accredited herd.
- The show committee asks that no animals showing evidence of sickness, disease or contagious lesions be brought to the show. This includes but is not limited to ringworm, sore mouth, and abscesses. If the show committee sees an animal that causes concern, you may be asked to trailer the animal for the remainder of the show.
- All exhibitors must be neatly and properly dressed. Show whites are suggested but not required except in showmanship.
- All animals must be properly collared and restrained when not in their pens.
- All animals must be disbudded, dehorned, or polled.
- Dogs are allowed but must be kept leashed and under control. Loose dogs will not be permitted. If any dog is causing any issues such as excess barking, jumping, or generally making other people or animals nervous, you will be asked to contain the dog in your vehicle or trailer or you may be asked to remove them from the grounds entirely.
- Camping: There are no camper hookups at the barn. If you are planning to camp out and are setting up a tent or cot, we do ask that it be set up out of the way to not block any exits or aisle ways. If we have enough people looking to camp out, we may be able to secure an additional area/building that would be solely intended as a camping location.
- If someone is observed using excess force with their own or another’s animal, they can be asked to leave the show. UC Dairy Goat Club reserves the right to determine what excessive force entails.
- Smoking. There will be no smoking allowed in or near the barns, but there will be ample areas around the grounds where smoking will be permitted.
- The UC Dairy Goat Club, show committee, volunteers, and Putnam County Fair are not responsible for losses, injury or accidents incurred before, during or after the show
- Shavings only in pens. No straw bedding allowed.
- UC Dairy Goat Club Show Committee has the right to change or add to the show rules as needed.
- The UC Dairy Goat Club’s main goal is to provide an environment where goat enthusiasts of all backgrounds, ages, and experience levels can come together to learn, share their passion for their goats, support each other, and generally have a positive experience! Anyone displaying poor sportsmanship, disrespectful behavior towards other exhibitors, the judges, Putnam County Fair, volunteers, or others will be asked to leave and will not be permitted to participate in any future club sponsored events.