DIVISION 1310 OPEN BOER GOAT SHOW

DIVISION 1310
OPEN BOER GOAT SHOW
PHIL GROVER
Department Director
All terms and conditions are subject to change,
including, but not limited to premiums.
Department Staff
Mary Grover
Office
Carole Pontious
Check-In
Cindi Grover
Announcer
Cathy Ely
Wether Weigh-in
Arlan Humble
Show Ring Preparation
Timothy Humble
Junior Breeding Show
Becky Humble
Clerk
Lisa VanHorn
Clerk and Check-In
Karen Price
Typist and Check-In
Phil Kress
Ring Steward and Show Ring Preparation
Phil Myers
Wether Show
LOCATION
O’Neill Swine Building
Arrival Time
Breeding Goats
Wednesday, July 16
4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Check-in for Pen Assignments
Thursday, July 17
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Check-in for Pen Assignments
Thursday, July 17
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Check-in Registration Papers
Open Entry Fee - $12.00 Per Head
Junior Entry Fee - $8.00 Per Head
Late Entry – Late entry (June 21- July 13) will be
charged $75 late fee, plus animal charge. If entering
both Junior and Open, then it would be $75 late fee for
junior entry and $75 late fee for open entry, plus animal
charge.
Jr. Breeding Showmanship
Thursday, July 17
4:30 p.m.
Age of January 1, 2014
Junior - 9-11, Intermediate - 12-14,
and Senior -15-18
Judge
Sylvester Ridings, Cumming GA
Buckeye Classic ABGA Show
Thursday, July 17
Following immediately after the
Jr. Breeding Showmanship
Judge
Sylvester Ridings, Cumming, GA
Ohio State Fair Open Class ABGA Show
Friday, July 18
9:00 a.m.
Judge
Josh Taylor, Perkins, OK
Junior Breeding Show
30 Minutes after conclusion of Open Show
Judge
Josh Taylor, Perkins, OK
Open show exhibitors may leave at the conclusion
of the Junior Show or by 6:00 a.m. Saturday. Otherwise
you must stay through the conclusion of the show.
Arrival Time
Wether Sires and Dams
Saturday, July 19
7:00 a.m.
Weigh-In
Sire and Dams
Saturday, July 19
7:30 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.
Wethers Weigh-In
7:30 a.m. to 9:00 am
Open Class Wether Sires & Dams Show
9:30 a.m.
Followed Immediately by Wether Show
Followed Immediately by Wether Showmanship
Judge
Billy Zanolini, College Station, TX
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BOER GOAT SCHEDULE
Wednesday, July 16
Optional arrival for ABGA and Junior Breeding 4:00 p.m. — 8:00 p.m.
Thursday, July 17
Arrival and Check-In for ABGA and Junior Breeding
9:00 a.m. — 4:00 p.m.
Junior Breeding Showmanship4:30 p.m.
Buckeye Classic Open ABGA Show
Immediately following Showmanship
Friday, July 18
Ohio State Fair ABGA Open Show
9:00 a.m.
Junior Breeding Show
30 minutes after conclusion of Open ABGA Show
ABGA and Junior Breeding Goats Optional Release
Conclusion of Junior Breeding Show thru 6:00 a.m.
Saturday, July 19
Saturday, July 19
Arrival and check-in Wethers, Sires and Dams
7:00 a.m. — 9:00 a.m.
Open Wether Sires and Dams Weigh-In
7:30 a.m. — 8:00 a.m.
Junior Wether Weigh-In
7:30 a.m. — 9:00 a.m.
Open Wether Sires and Dams Show
9:30 a.m.
Junior Wether Show
Immediately following Open Sires and Dams Show
Junior Wether Showmanship
Immediately following Junior Wether Show
All animals released
After Junior Wether Showmanship
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Rules
1. All entries and awards in the department will be
subject to the General Rules and Regulations published
in the exhitibor's information, including the following rules.
2. Entries: The show shall be open to all exhibitors.
There is a limit of four animals that can be entered in
an individual class by an exhibitor. Exhibitors will be
restricted to (2) two monies in each class.
3. Eligibility of Animals: All goats must be
registered in the Herd Book of the American Boer
Goat Association, The original registration certificate is
required. Animals must be registered and owned on or
before July 1, 2014.
12. All goats must be housed in pens assigned to
exhibitors. Any exhibitor failing to house their entries
in the goat barn from the time of arrival until the shows
have been completed will be ineligible to compete.
13. Health Regulations can be found at the Ohio
Department of Agriculture website, www.agri.ohio.gov,
click on the Division of Animal Health.
14. Ohio's Livestock Tampering Exhbition can be
found at the Ohio Department of Agriculture website,
www.agri.ohio.gov, click on the Division of Animal Health.
15. For protest procedure please see General Rules.
4. Ennobled Herd Book Points: Goats entered
under its ABGA registration number and presenting its
ABGA Certificate of Registration will be eligible to earn
points for its actual placing in the show as described in
the ABGA “Criteria for the Ennoblement of a Boer Goat.”
5. Tattoos: All goats must have legible tattoo(s)
or other means of permanent identification consistent
with its registration certificate. Illegible tattoos or
tattoos inconsistent with registration papers will result
in disqualification. If the animal has a microchip as its
permanent identification, the exhibitor is responsible for
providing a microchip reader.
6. Computing Ages: Birth dates, as listed on the
registration certificate, will be used to determine the class
division. The base date is the date of the show.
7. Classes: All animals must be registered
purebred, full blood, or percentage blood boer goats.
Percentage doe classes are for goats 50% to 87.5%
(1/2 to 7/8 blood) boer; fullblood classes are for does
that are 93.7% and higher; and 96.8% and higher for
bucks. Progeny of fresh does will not be allowed in the
ring. The Champion and Reserve classes will be chosen
from the first and second place animals in that division
of the show.
8. Disqualification: Any goat showing any
pronounced defect or abnormality will be barred from
the show in any of the breeding classes. Artificial
coloring will be a disqualification. Illegible tattoos or
tattoos inconsistent with registration papers will result
in disqualification. Any doe over 24 months of age that
has not kidded and cannot prove a current pregnancy
will not be allowed to show.
9. Only one person per goat is permitted in the ring.
10. Substitutions are allowed in the same ownership
as the original entry. Please make substitutions at checkin. Group class entries are to be made at check-in.
11. Exhibitors will check registration papers at the
office upon their arrival.
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DIVISION 1310
PERCENTAGE BOER DOES
(1/2 TO 7/8 Blood)
Total Amount Offered by Ohio State Fair
$975.00
Class No.
1—Doe Kids 0-3 months, born after April 18, 2014
$40 35
2—Doe Kids 3-6 months, born Jan. 19-—
April 18, 2014
$40 35 30 25 20
3—Doe Kids 6-9 months, born on Oct. 19, 2013—
Jan. 18, 2014
$40 35 30 25 20
4—Doe Kids 9-12 months, born July 19—
Oct. 18, 2013
$40
5—Pair of Percentage Doe Kids
$40 35
6—Junior Champion Percentage Boer Doe
Rosette
7—Reserve Junior Champion Percentage Boer Doe
Rosette
8—Yearling Does 12-16 months, born March 19—
July 18, 2013
$40 35
9 —Yearling Does 16-20 months, born Nov. 19, 2012—
March 18, 2013
$40 35 30 25 20 10—Yearling Does 20-24 months, born July 19—
Nov. 18, 2012 $40 35
11—Champion Yearling Percentage Doe
Rosette
12—Reserve Champion Yearling Percentage Doe
Rosette
13—Two Year Old Does 24 to 36 months, born
July 19, 2011 —July 18, 2012
$40 35
14—Aged Does – 36 months & over, born before
July 19, 2011
$40 35 15—Pair of Does over 12 months, owned by exhibitor.
Limited to one entry.
$35
16—Senior Champion Percentage Boer Doe
Rosette
17—Reserve Senior Champion Percentage Boer Doe
Rosette
18—Grand Champion Percentage Boer Doe
Banner
19—Reserve Grand Champion Percentage Boer Doe
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20—Premier Exhibitor
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(See full blood section for method of calculation)
FULLBLOOD BOER DOES
(15/16 to Fulll Blood)
Total Amount Offered by Ohio State Fair
$1,598.00
Class No. 21—Doe Kids 0-3 months, born after April 18, 2014
$5040
22—Doe Kids 3-6 months, born Jan. 19—
April 18, 2014
$504035 252015 151512
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23—Doe Kids 6-9 months, born Oct. 19, 2013—
Jan. 18, 2014
$5040 35 252015 151512
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24—Doe Kids 9-12 months, born July 19—
Oct. 18, 2013
$5040 35 25
25—Pair of Doe Kids, owned by exhibitor. Limited to one entry.
$40 35
26—Junior Champion Fullblood Boer Doe Rosette
27—Reserve Junior Champion Fullblood Boer Doe
Rosette
28—Yearling Does 12-16 months, born March 19—
July 18, 2013
$5040 35 25 2015
29—Yearling Does 16-20 months, born Nov. 19, 2012
—March 18, 2013
$50403525201515
30—Yearling Does 20-24 months born July 19—
Nov. 18, 2012
$5040
31—Champion Yearling Fullblood Boer Doe
Rosette
32—Reserve Yearling Fullblood Boer Doe
Rosette
33—Pair of Yearling Does, owned by exhibitor. Limited to one entry.
$40 35
34—Two-year-old Does 24-36 months, born
July 19, 2011—July 18, 2012
$50 40
35—Aged Does – 36 months born before
July 19, 2011
$5040 35
36—Pair of Fullblood Senior Does
$40
37—Senior Champion Fullblood Boer Doe
Rosette
38—Reserve Senior Champion Fullblood Boer Doe
Rosette
39—Grand Champion Fullblood Boer Doe
Banner
40—Reserve Grand Champion Fullblood Boer Doe
Banner
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FULLBLOOD BOER BUCKS
(31/32 to Fullblood)
Total Amount Offered by Ohio State Fair
$970.00
Class No.
41—Buck Kids 0 to 3 months, born after April 18, 2014
$50 40 35
42—Buck Kids 3 to 6 months, born Jan. 19—
April 18, 2014
$50 40
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43—Buck Kids 6 to 9 months, born Oct. 19, 2013—
Jan. 18, 2014
$50 40 35 44—Buck Kids 9 to 12 months, born July 19 —
Oct. 18, 2013
$5040
45—Pair of Buck Kids, owned by exhibitor. Llimited to one entry
$40 46—Junior Champion Fullblood Boer Buck Rosette
47—Reserve Junior Champion Fullblood Boer Buck Rosette
48—Yearling Buck 12-16 months, born March 19—
July 18, 2013
$50 40 49—Yearling Buck 16 to 20 months, born
Nov. 19, 2012—March 18, 2013
$50 40 50—Yearling Buck 20 to 24 months, born July 19—
Nov. 18, 2012
$40
51—Yearling Champion Fullblood Boer Buck
Rosette
52—Reserve Yearling Champion Fullblood Boer Buck Rosette
53—Two Year Old Buck 24 to 36 months, born
July 19, 2011—July 18, 2012
$5040
54—Aged Buck – 36 months & over, born before
July 19, 2011
$40
55—Senior Champion Fullblood Boer Buck
Rosette
56—Reserve Senior Champion Fullblood Boer Buck
Rosette
57—Grand Champion Fullblood Boer Buck
Banner
58—Reserve Grand Champion Fullblood Boer Buck
Banner
59—Young Herd – One buck kid and two doe kids,
owned by exhibitor. Limited to one entry
$40 35
60—Get of Sire—Four animals, the get of one sire, both
sexes to be represented. Owned by exhibitor. Each
exhibitor limited to one entry sired by the same buck.
Indicate name of sire on entry form.
$ 40
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Premier Exhibitor—Points computed from winnings—5 points for first place; 4 points for second
place; 3 points for third place; 2 points for fourth place;
1 point for fifth place. Points will be computed from fullblood classes and will be awarded only to the registered
name appearing on the records of the breed association. Animals do not have to be bred by exhibitor. Only
the exhibitor's two highest placings in any one class will
be counted. In case of tie, the exhibitor winning the
most firsts will receive the award. If tie still exists, the
one with the most seconds will win.
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62—Reserve Premier Exhibitor
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63—
Premier Breeder
Banner
64—Reserve Premier Breeder
Banner
All goats must be shown in individual classes to be
in group classes.
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WETHER SIRE AND DAM CLASSES
Saturday, July 19
1. No registration papers are required for the wether
sire and dam classes.
2. There will be two divisions; bucks and does.
SPECIAL AWARDS
Champion Wether Sire – John Braddock Memorial
Rotating Trophy
Champion Wether Dam – RotatingTrophy Presented
by Van Horn Boer Goats
3. All entries must be slick shorn to 3/8 inch or less
(equivalent to Lister Cover Cote blade). Wether Sires
& Dams must be slick shorn to an even length from the
knees and hocks up excluding the head and tail switch.
No blocking will be permitted and will be grounds for
refused entry into the ring.
4. All entries must be presented to the official weigh
in. Those with all of their kid teeth will be weighed and
split into classes. Those that have lost any kid teeth will
show in the Senior class.
Class List — Pre-determined weight breaks
75 lbs & under
76-100 lbs
101 lbs & over
Seniors
5. Entry fee is $12
6. Entry Deadline - June 20. Entries made June
21 through July 13 will requires a $75.00 late fee per
exhibitor, plus $12 per animal charge. No entries will
be accepted after July 13.
7. Premiums determined by number of entries. At
least 75 % payout.
8. Open to all exhibitors.
9. This is not an ABGA sanctioned show. Therefore it
is up to the judge to determine his own criteria for sound
mouths, teats, testicles, and pigment.
10. This show is provided as an opportunity for those
involved in the wether business to showcase animals
responsible for creating the next generation of wethers
and the entries will be evaluated with this sole purpose
in mind.
Class No.
65—Wether Dams — Premiums determined by number of entries. At least 75% payout
66—Wether Sires — Premiums determined by number of entries. At least 75% payout
67—Grand Champion Wether Dam
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68—Grand Champion Wether Sire
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Exhibitor Information
Important
The Junior entry blank is a different one than the
Open. If you want to enter both Junior and Open, then
two blanks are needed.
All exhibitors must submit with their entry form, a
W-9 and Vendor Information Form. These forms are
required by the State of Ohio in order to process premium
payments over $500. You may find these forms online
under competitions.
Complete animal information as required and animal
count information as requested on the entry blank.
Entry due date is June 20, this means the entry blank,
along with money, must be postmarked by June 20. We
do not accept metered mail.
Please make checks payable to the Ohio State Fair
and mail to Ohio State Fair, Entry Department, 717 East
17th Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43211.
ONLINE ENTRY INFORMATION
You may enter online at www.ohiostatefair.com.
Exhibitors should keep their exact login information
(username/password).
If entering under farm name, please utilize team/
company information line to list your farm name.
Late entry
(June 21-July 13) requires a $75.00 late fee per
exhibitor, per species, plus the usual per animal charge.
If wanting to enter both Junior and Open, then it would
be $75.00 for each area, plus the animal entry fee.
Ticket Information
No tickets will be required for Boer Goat exhibitors,
since the show is before the official opening of the Ohio
State Fair.
If you wish to purchase admission tickets for the Ohio
State Fair, you may do so from the Entry Office at the
following cost:
$28
$50
$ 6
6-day (this ticket may be used by more than one person at the gate)
12-day (only one person admission each day of the fair)
1-day (one person admission)
Premium money (amount listed after the class
information) is processed and mailed at the conclusion of
the fair. Any exhibitor who has not received due money by
October 31, 2014, you should notify the Entry Department
717 East 17th Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43211, phone
614-644-4052, or e-mail [email protected] or
614-466-8366, [email protected]
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