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Goat Shows

Entries: Goat Entry Form 
Mail entry form to:

Oregon Flock and Fiber Festival, Goat entry

Att: Maggy Graves

P.O. Box 68, 

Onalaska, WA 98570

 

Show Times

Div. IV Cashmere Goats—Saturday at 9:00 am
 

Div. VI Colored Angora Goats—Saturday 12:00 pm

Div. V White Angora Goats—Saturday following Div. VI

Div. VII Other Fiber Goats—Sunday at 9:00 am

Div VIII Pygora Goats—Sunday following Div. VII

The Goat Diamond Award show is Sunday after the Pygora goat breed classes (around 2 pm).

Livestock Division General Rules apply to all groups; Exhibitors are subject to all general livestock rules.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Div VIII Pygora Goat Show (PBA Sanctioned)

Show Time: Sunday following Div. VII
Show Chair: Erica Brown, Email or 503 329-1262

Judge: Lisa Roskopf. Lisa has raised Pygora goats on Hawks Mountain Ranch for 23 years. She has raised Pygmy and Angora goats and Icelandic sheep in the past, but now focuses on Pygoras. She is an experienced carder, felter and spinner of Pygora fiber. 

Lisa has judged county fairs in Oregon and Washington and Pygora fiber at the Michigan Fiber Festival. She organized the “Fiber Frenzy” held in January for many years. As a founder of the Oregon Flock and Fiber Festival, she values the role shows play in bringing the Pygora goat into public awareness. Lisa has focused her efforts on 4H as a resource leader to 4H groups and hosting 4H kidding interns at her ranch during spring break each year.

Lisa has retired from showing her Pygoras and is focused on bringing to life the experience that caring for animals can bring to young people.

 

Classes

  1. Jr. Buck (6 months and under)

  2. Jr. Buck (6-12 months old)

    • Champion and Reserve Champion Junior Buck

  3. Jr. Showmanship (judged class for handlers 11 yr. & under on day of show)

  4. Intermediate Showmanship (judged class for handlers 12-14 years old on day of show)

  5. Senior Showmanship (judged class for handlers 15-19 years old on day of show)

  6. Jr. Wethers (0-6 months)

  7. Jr. Wethers (7-12 months)

    • Champion & Reserve Champion Jr. Wether

  8. Sr. Wethers (1-2 years)

  9. Sr. Wethers (3-4 years)

  10. Sr. Wethers (4 years and over)

    • Champion & Reserve Champion Sr. Wether

    • Grand Champion & Reserve Grand Champion Wether

  11. Jr. Does (0-6 months)

  12. Jr. Does (6-12 months)

  13. Jr. Does (under 24 months, never freshened)

    • Champion & Reserve Champion Jr. Doe

  14. Sr. Does (under 24 months, freshened)

  15. Sr. Does (2-4 years)

  16. Sr. Does (over 4 years)

    • Champion & Reserve Champion Sr. Doe

    • Grand Champion & Reserve Grand Champion Doe

  17. Unfreshened does (2-4 years old)**

  18. Unfreshened does (over 4 years old)**

  19. *Dam & Daughter (looking for improvement)

  20. *Breeder’s Trio (3 does, same herd – can be owned by someone other than the breeder)

  21. Judge’s Choice*

*must show in a regular class (1-13)

** These are fun classes only and not eligible for PBA championship.

Special Notes: PBA rules to govern. All goats must have an original Certificate of Registration to enter. The certificate must be available during check in and the show. PBA Show Rules are provided upon request.

Reserve Grand Champion Doe will receive a 30th-Anniversary PBA duffle bag, courtesy of Quail Hollow Farm Pygora Goats.

Grand Champion Doe and Grand Champion Wether each receive a $50 prize courtesy of the NW Pygora Group.

The best fleece on a wether receives the Sally McCarrick Memorial Award of $50, sponsored by the Wild Goat Women.

 

Div IV – NWCA Cashmere Goat Show

Show Time: Saturday September 28, 2019 — judging starts in the ring at 9:00 am

Coordinator: Pat Almond, razberi@bctonline.com ,503-550-3695 (voice/text)

Judge: Lilly Mayer: Lilly has been raising goats since the early 1970s while she was a college student. In 1981, she purchased a small herd of Oberhasli Dairy Goats and was involved in showing and milk testing. She is now a lifetime member of the American Dairy Goat Association (ADGA). She was a 4-H leader in the late ‘80s for a goat club and has provided both dairy and cashmere goats and assistance for 4-H projects over the years. Lilly purchased her first cashmere goats in 1996 and started experimentally crossing them with the Oberhaslis. Her herd is an on-going project to improve both conformation and fiber. She has supported Cashmere goat shows since that time and continues to actively support shows. Lilly also has participated in training seminars for both fiber analysis and conformation. Lilly has judged the Cashmere goat show at OFFF and helped establish the junior cashmere showmanship show at OFFF in 2018 in which there were 6 participants. Besides her goats, she also breeds and shows Gypsy horses and teaches biology at the Clackamas Community College in Oregon City.

 

 

NWCA Cashmere Goat Show Rules

In addition to general OFFF livestock rules, the following apply:

  • Cashmere goats are shown with a collar or halter and a short lead.

  • All Cashmere goats, except kids, must have the current year’s clip present in the ring when showing.

  • Classes 10-12 must have kidded.

  • Other than the judge and show crew, only exhibitors and their helpers (while helping) are to be in the ring during the show.

 

Classes

  1. Junior Wether—under 1 year

  2. Senior Wether—over 1 year

    • Champion and Reserve Champion Wether

  3. Junior Buck Kid—6 months and under

  4. Senior Buck Kid—7-12 months old

    • Champion and Reserve Champion Junior Buck

  5. Yearling Bucks

    • Champion and Reserve Champion Yearling Bucks​

  6. Bucks, 2 years and older

    • Champion and Reserve Champion Senior Buck

    • Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Buck

  7. Junior Doe Kid—6 months and younger

  8. Senior Doe Kid—7-12 months old

  9. Does—1 year to under 24 months

    • Champion and Reserve Champion Junior Doe

  10. 2- and 3-Year-Old Does Has Kidded.

  11. 4- and 5-Year-Old Does Has Kidded.

  12. Aged Does—6 years and older

    • Champion and Reserve Champion Senior Doe

    • Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Doe

  13. Best Fleece: Chosen from goats entered in the show*

  14. Dam and Daughter (looking for improvement)*

  15. Breeder’s Trio (all must be over a year in age and entered with fleece) *

*must have been shown in one of the age classes (classes 1-12)

YOUTH SHOWMANSHIP

Showmanship is a relatively new award area for the North West Cashmere Association (NWCA). Our members became goat herders because of a love of Cashmere. Our youth are the future of American Cashmere. Our NWCA judge, Lilly  Mayer Looks for the following during the Showmanship Classes:

  •  Appearance of Animal

  • Appearance of Exhibitor

  • Showing the Goat in the Ring

  •  Knowledge of the Goat

YOUTH SHOWMANSHIP CLASSES

16. Junior Youth Showmanship (ages 8 to 11 years old)

17. Senior Youth Showmanship (ages 12 to 18 years old)

 

Divisions V & VI – Angora Goat Shows

Show Times

 

Div. V: ColoredAngora Goats, Saturday at 12:00 pm

Div VI: WhiteAngora Goats, Saturday following Div. V

Coordinator: Sandra Kalnins, Email or
952/486-9287

Judge: Sharon Chestnutt has been actively involved in the angora goat industry as a breeder, judge, workshop instructor, author and committee member for over thirty years. She is the founder of the Colored Angora Goat Record, a database created to track the pedigrees of colored angoras, which eventually grew into the Colored Angora Goat Breeders Association. Sharon is firmly committed to sharing her knowledge with breeders with the goal of improving colored mohair quality and herd health and happiness. She recently published her book “Raising Angora Goats for Beautiful Mohair” and is now turning her attention back to color genetics.

 

Angora Goat Show Classes

  1. Junior Wethers (under 12 months old)

  2. Senior Wethers (12 months and older)

    • Champion & Reserve Champion Wether

  3. Junior Bucks, kid (born after Feb. 29)

  4. Senior Bucks, kid (born Jan. 1 through Feb. 29)

  5. Pair of Buck Kids*​

  6. Yearling Bucks (under 24 months old)

  7. Aged Bucks (2 years and older)​

    • Grand Champion & Reserve Grand Champion Buck

  8. Junior Does, kid (born after Feb. 29)

  9. Senior Does, kid (born Jan. 1 through Feb. 29)

  10. Pair of Doe Kids*​

  11. Does, yearling (under 24 months)

  12. Does, (2-4 years)

  13. Does, senior (over 4 years)​

    • Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Doe

  14. Best Young Flock (1 buck kid and 2 doe kids; looking for consistency)*

  15. Judge’s Choice (Best fleece)*

* Note: Animals must have been shown in another class.

 

Special Class 16A.   Yearling Buck, Colored or White, first shown in fleece, then shown sheared, and fleece also judged (limit of two entries per exhibitor)

Special Class 16B.   Yearling Doe, Colored or White, first shown in fleece, then shown sheared, and fleece also judged (limit of two entries per exhibitor)

 

For Special Classes 16 A and B, exhibitors will show Yearling Bucks and/or Does to be judged in full fleece, then body confirmation will be judged after shearing, and the fleece will be weighed and judged. The total score for each goat will be a combination of the three parts of the class. Yearlings entered in these classes are not to be entered in other Yearling classes. The goats in full fleece will be judged after the Champion Colored Angora class, then after the Champion White Angora class, goats will be judged shorn and fleeces will be weighed and judged. A shearer will be available, but it is the exhibitor’s responsibility to make arrangements with him. When entering goats in these classes, list the last shearing date on the entry form.

Div VII – “Other” Fiber Goat Show

Show Time: Sunday at 9:00 am

Coordinator: Misty Harding, Email or 503/537-7627

Judge: Lisa Roskopf. Lisa has raised Pygora goats on Hawks Mountain Ranch for 23 years. She has raised Pygmy and Angora goats and Icelandic sheep in the past, but now focuses on Pygoras. She is an experienced carder, felter and spinner of Pygora fiber. 

Lisa has judged county fairs in Oregon and Washington and Pygora fiber at the Michigan Fiber Festival. She organized the “Fiber Frenzy” held in January for many years. As a founder of the Oregon Flock and Fiber Festival, she values the role shows play in bringing the Pygora goat into public awareness. Lisa has focused her efforts on 4H as a resource leader to 4H groups and hosting 4H kidding interns at her ranch during spring break each year.

Lisa has retired from showing her Pygoras and is focused on bringing to life the experience that caring for animals can bring to young people.

Note: This show is only for fiber goats that do not qualify for the Cashmere, Angora and Pygora goat shows, such as Caporas, Nigoras and Cashgoras. White Angora goats, color-carriers or not and registered or not, will be shown in the white Angora show and colored Angoras in the colored Angora show. If you are unsure where your goat belongs, contact the show chair.

 

Classes

  1. Junior Wethers (under 12 months old)

  2. Senior Wethers (12 months and older)

    • Champion & Reserve Champion Wether

  3. Junior Bucks (under 12 months old)

  4. Junior Bucks (12-24 months)

    • Champion & Reserve Champion Junior Buck

  5. Senior Bucks (2 years and older)

    • Champion & Reserve Champion Senior Buck

    • Grand Champion & Reserve Grand Champion Buck

  6. Jr. Does (under 0-6 months old)

  7. Jr. Does (6-12 months old)

  8. Jr. Does (under 24 months, never freshened)

    • Champion & Reserve Champion Jr. Doe

  9. Sr. Does (under 24 months, freshened)

  10. Sr. Does (2-4 years)

  11. Sr. Does (over 4 years)

    • Champion and Reserve Champion Senior Doe

    • Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Doe

  12. Best Young Flock (1 buck kid and 2 doe kids; looking for consistency)*

  13. Dam and Daughter*

  14. Judge’s Choice*

* Note: Animals must have been shown in another class.