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ENTRY DEADLINE IS AUGUST 15
LOCATION: SHEEP, SWINE & GOAT BUILDING
SUPERINTENDENT: Karla Riekeman, Abilene, KS
Sept. 8-17 (620) 669-3818
Saturday, September 16, 8:00 am
September 16, 2:00 pm
September 16, 8:00 am
JUDGE: Tim Flickinger;
KANSAS STATE FAIR
Entries are subject to the Kansas State
Fair General Information and Rules
PEN FEE:.........................................$7.00 per
ENTRY FEE:....................................$1.00 per head
RELEASE TIME: Sunday, Sept 17 - 1:00 pm for out-of-state
exhibitors and 3:00 pm for all exhibitors
All entries must meet the Kansas State Fair General Rules and
Dairy Goats will not be admitted into reserved pen area in the
Dairy Goat barn before 10:00 am, Friday, September 15, and must be in place and
checked in no later than 10:00 pm, Friday, September 15.
Show sanctioned by American Dairy Goat Association. Only ADGA, AGS
or CGS registered or recorded animals may be shown. Junior and senior doe
shows are separately sanctioned. Breeds sanctioned: Alpine, LaMancha, Nigerian
Dwarf, Nubian, Oberhasli, Saanen, Toggenburg, and Recorded Grades and will be
shown in that order, not subject to change. ADGA, AGS and Kansas
State Fair rules shall govern the show. Nigerian Dwarves will also be
sanctioned by AGS.
The date for computing age will be the day of check-in.
The original Registration Certificate MUST be presented to the
Show Secretary for examination at check in time. The original Registration
Certificate, a stamped duplicate application or a stamped faxed duplicate
application showing date received by ADGA or AGS office will be accepted for
animals under six months of age.
Animal must be entered in owner's name as it appears on the
Exhibitor will show as the agent if different
Youth exhibitors may combine their does with their parents to show
in group classes.
enter each group class only once, not each animal in the group.
classes are limited to 2 entries per farm / per class.
Every Dairy Goat must be properly fitted for show and be provided
with a collar, or a chain. All exhibitors must be neatly and properly dressed
(preferably in white) while in the show ring.
Pens will be assigned by the Dairy Goat Superintendent. The pens
are 5 feet by 5 feet in size. No more than two senior does or four junior does
are allowed to be stalled in one pen.
FEED AND BEDDING: Initial straw bedding is provided by the Kansas
State Fair. Any change of bedding is at the expense of the exhibitor. Any
exhibitor may bring in feed and forage for their use during the Fair. Space in
the barns is for livestock exhibit purposes and may not be used for storage of
feed or bedding. All aisles shall be kept open at all times.
JUNIOR DOE SHOW: The Junior Doe Show consists of does fewer than 24 months
of age that are not in milk and have never freshened.
SENIOR DOE SHOW: The Senior Doe Show consists of does that have never
freshened or in milk. A Best Udder will be judged in each class.
NOT enter classes: Jr. Champion or Reserve, Sr. Champion or Reserve or Best
Udder. The are selected by the judge