Special Rules


1. This department is governed by the rules and regulations of the Eastern Colorado Roundup. Check rules and regulations for any changes or additions. See Index for page numbers.
2. Goats must be owned and in the continuous care of the exhibitor. Breeding goats must be owned and in continuous care of the exhibitor for at least 60 days prior to fair.
3. Market goats must be weighed and identified with an ear tag at the Market Goat Weigh-In date in May, 80 days prior to fair. All market goats will automatically be entered into the Rate of Gain Contest.
4. Meat goats must have their milk teeth in normal positions at time of check-in with Superintendent. Any meat goat having lost one or both of the milk teeth will be disqualified.
5. Both wether and doe goats will be eligible for entry as Market Goats. Does may not be shown in both the Dairy Goat and the Market Goat shows in the same year.
6. Market goats will be weighed and divided into classes, as appropriate for the number of head and the weights of the goats.
7. Market Goats may be shown in their natural hair coat or slick shorn (with no indication of blocking) to the skin above the knee and hock joints, excluding the tail switch. Breeding Goats must be in show condition.
8. Exhibitors are required to have horns tipped blunt (the size of a dime or more) on all market goats. Removal or tipping of horns on grounds in NOT permitted.
9. Breeding goats may be shown with their natural horn, no tipping required. Breeding goats must be in show condition.
10. Exhibitors will be allowed to use halters or collars in the show ring.
11. No paint, powder or any artificial coloring may be used on goats.
12. Any goat having any external parasites will be disqualified and removed from the grounds.
13. All market goats weighing 50 pounds and over not over 110 will be eligible for the Junior Livestock Sale. Consignment forms must be filled out and turned into the Extension Office by the deadline.
14. Meat goats will be stalled in the Sheep Barn. Exhibitors must provide their own wood shavings/chip for bedding. Exhibitors must clean out their stalls before checking their animals out on the last day of fair.
15. All Stall Fees MUST be paid prior to weigh-in.
16. All market and breeding goats will have assigned pens and must check in prior to unloading.
17. All breeding goats & female market goats must have a scrapie tag.
18. Base date for computing ages of goats is September 1st.
19. Underweight and overweight classes will be determined after weigh-in. These goats may show but will not be eligible for Grand Drive, Jr. Livestock sale, or shipping.


CATCH-IT GOAT
(Junior Exhibitors Only)
WILLIAM and KIM HARMAN, Catch it Committee


Catch it Class Premiums:
1st - $10, 2nd - $8, 3rd - $6


Special Award:
Overall Catch-It Goat Project Winner
Savings Bond by: Yuma Pizza Hut
Catch It Goats will be judged on the following:
Records 30%
Sponsor Relationship 50%
Showring Placing 20%


JUNIOR MARKET GOATS
Classes will be set up at the discretion of the
superintendent following weigh-in.
1. Underweight Goats - up to 55 lbs.
2. Overweight Goats - over 110 lbs.
3. Lightweight Market Goats
4. Champion and Reserve Lightweight Market Goat
5. Mediumweight Market Goats
6. Champion and Reserve Mediumweight Market Goat
7. Heavyweight Market Goats
8. Champion and Reserve Champion Heavyweight Market Goat
9. Grand Champion & Reserve Grand Champion Market Goat


Class Premiums:
1st - $10, 2nd - $8, 3rd $6, 4th - $4, 5th - $2
Champion - $15; Reserve Champion - $10
Grand Champion - $25
Reserve Grand Champion - $15


Special Awards:
Belt Buckle: Grand Champion Market Goat
Sponsored By: Jack Crumley Pumping
Belt Buckle: Res Grand Champion Market Goat
Sponsored by: Dick and Debbie Jones


GOAT SHOWMANSHIP
(Junior Exhibitors Only- Must show your own animal)
1. Senior division (14 years and over)*
2. Intermediate division (11,12 and 13 years old)*
3. Junior division (8, 9 and 10 years old)*
*Age as of Dec 31 of the previous year


Class Premiums:
1st - $10, 2nd - $8, 3rd $6, 4th - $4, 5th - $2


Special Awards:
Trophies: Champion Sr, Intermediate and Jr
Sponsored by: Jack & Pam Priest
Trophies: Res. Champion Sr, Intermediate and Jr
Sponsored by: Feedin’ Needs, Tom & Cathie Kneedler


TINY TOT SHOWMANSHIP
(Open Class)
1. Tiny Tot (7 and under) - No class premiums, Participation awards may be given.


BREEDING GOATS
(Junior Exhibitors in meat breeding goat projects only)
ALL BREEDS WILL BE SHOWN TOGETHER, INCLUDING CROSSBRED
1. Billy, born after January 1st of current year
2. Billy, 1 to 2 years
3. Champion and Reserve Champion Billy
4. Nanny, 2 years & Older
5. Nanny, over 1 year & under 2 Years
6. Nanny, born Sept. 1st thru Dec. 31st previous year
7. Nanny, born after January 1st current year.
8. Champion & Reserve Champion Nanny
9. Grand and Reserve Champion Breeding Goat.


Class Premiums:
1st - $10, 2nd - $8, 3rd - $6
Ribbons will be presented to winners of 4th and 5th places
Champion - $15; Reserve Champion - $10
Grand Champion - $25
Reserve Grand Champion - $15
Special Awards:
Grand Champion Breeding Goat
Sponsored by: Mike & Julie McCaleb
Reserve Grand Champion Breeding Goat
Sponsored by:
JKC Boers of Deanville, TX


GOAT FEEDING CONTEST-RATE OF GAIN


Class Premiums:
1st - $10, 2nd - $8, 3rd $6, 4th - $4, 5th - $2
Special Awards:
Champion Rate of Gain – Trophy & $50.00
Sponsored by: Crumley Pumping Service, Tim Crumley


1. Open to Washington County 4-H and FFA members with market goat projects. (See Department rules for complete set of rules and regulations)
2. Goats must meet the weight requirements for the market goat department.
3. Contest judged on total gain. One point for each pound of gain.

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