Utah Dairy Goat Association
2022 Logan Show
Cache County Fairgrounds
450 S 500 W
Logan, Utah 84321
June 4, 2022
This is a Three-ring show with Junior, Senior Does and Bucks sanctioned separately by the
American Dairy Goat Association. ADGA rules shall govern.
Elizabeth Babcock 3888 N 1725 W Pleasant View UT 84414
Lyndsey Healy, 1276 N 700 E Bountiful, UT 84010
Heather Healey, 745 W 2025 N Centerville, UT 84014
Patricia Spurgeon Nyssa, OR
Jeffery Klein Crowley, TX
Travis Cockburn Johnston City, IL
Schedule of Events:
June 3, 2022
Check in Friday 12:00 to 2:00 pm
June 4, 2022
Show begins at 9:00 am starting with Senior Does
Junior Does and Bucks to follow senior does.
Early check in is available upon Show Secretaries approval.
Breeds Sanctioned and Show Order (this order is subject to Change. We may add a sanctioned breed based on number of animals entered.):
Alpine, La Mancha, Nigerian Dwarf, Nubian, Oberhasli, AOP, Recorded Grades
Alpine, La Mancha, Nigerian Dwarf, Nubian, AOP, Recorded Grades
LaMancha, Nubian, Nigerian Dwarf, AOP
Entries post marked by May 27, 2022 will be $6.00 per head per ring
Entries post marked after May 27, 2022 to show date will be charged $7.00 per head
Any questions or disputes will be addressed to the show chairperson or Secretary with the Chairperson making the final decision. All fees must accompany the entry form. Please call with questions.
No Free Sanctioned animals. If you are asked by the show committee to bring a goat for sanctioning purposes, you will get the original discount fee.
Entry fees are non-refundable or transferable under any circumstance.
Make all checks or money orders payable to:
Utah Dairy Goat Association.
Entries with your check and/or money order should be mailed to:
c/o Heather Healey 2164 N Frontage Rd
Centerville, Utah 84014
Other payment options include:
PayPal @ email@example.com
$6 per Pen
Shavings will be available at the show for purchase if you would like to purchase them ahead of time and pay for them with your show fees. Shaving will be $9 a bag.
Schedule of classes
Breed codes: AO - AOP; A – Alpine, L – LaMancha; NG – Nigerian Dwarf; N – Nubian; O – Oberhasli; S – Saanen; RG – Recorded Grade
Senior Doe Show:
Any doe that has ever freshened or has been milked
Class 1 – Senior Does Yearling Milkers
Class 2 – Senior Does 2 years old and under 3
Class 3 – Senior Does 3 years old and under 4
Class 4 – Senior Does 4 years old and under 5
Class 5 – Senior does 5 years old and under 6
Class 6 – Senior Does 6 and over
Class 7 – Champion Challenge
Senior Grand Champion
BEST OF Breed
Best Doe in show
Junior Doe Show:
Any doe under two years old and has never freshened.
Class 8 – Junior kids born from April 1, 2022 until show date
Class 9 – Intermediate kids born in March 2022
Class 10 – Senior kids born from January 2022 – February 2022
Class 11 – Jr. Yearlings born June 6 2021 – December 2021
Class 12 – Dry Yearlings; older than one year, and under two never freshened
Junior Grand Champion
Best JR Doe in Show
Class 13 – Junior Bucklings born March 2022 – to show date
Class 14 – Senior Bucklings born December 2021 – February 2022
Class 15 – Yearling Bucks
Class 16 –Bucks 2 years old and under 3
Class 17 – Bucks 3 and 4 years old and under 5
Class 18 – Bucks 5 years and older
Best Buck in Show
UDGA SHOW RULES AND INFORMATION
These shows are sanctioned by the American Dairy Goat Association (ADGA) and their rules shall govern. Only American Dairy Goat Association, American Goat Society and Canadian Goat Society registered recorded or applied – for animals may be shown in an official American Dairy Goat Association show. These Rules have been submitted to ADGA with sanctions.
The base date for these shows will be June 4, 2022
Neither ADGA, UDGA nor Cache County Fair Grounds or anyone representing the above shall be held responsible for illness, injury, damage or loss of animals, persons or property.
Check in procedures:
Check in time will be as follows: Friday June 3, 2022 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm Substitutions are acceptable but any changes made must be done during check in times. Animal registration papers must be presented and checked by show secretaries at this time.
All animals will be inspected upon arrival and any showing signs of abscesses in any stage or any infectious condition or disease in any stage will be refused. Disputes of refusal will be resolved by a licensed veterinarian at the exhibitors expense.
Animal Arrival and release times:
All animals must be in place no later than one hour before show time and must remain on the show grounds until after that breed has been shown. All best of breed winners must remain in place until after the best in show animal has been chosen. Animals should be removed from the barn by 10 PM Saturday evening.
No pre-show milk out will be held. However, all exhibitors are reminded that judges will discriminate against over –uddered does in the show ring.
In accordance with ADGA rules, animals must be tattooed before they are registered. No tattooing at the show. Please check your animals; tattoos before you enter the ring.
Dairy goats, whose papers read experimental, native on appearance must show in recorded grade class.
No animals with horns are allowed. Scurs are acceptable.
Exhibitors are expected to present a neat appearance in the show ring. Acceptable attire is as dictated by ADGA; white or black pants are okay. The show committee reserves the right to refuse entry or dismiss from the show and show grounds any person or persons showing an objectionable attitude and/or behavior toward the judge, show committee or other exhibitors. Entry fees will not be refunded. We expect the Rules governing this show to be read and complied with.
All milk is to be disposed of in the wash rack drain adjacent to the goat barn.
Pen fees and bedding:
Exhibitors are responsible for providing their own feed, hay and bedding (must be sawdust shavings NO STRAW). The Club will have bedding to purchase with entries. It is requested that each exhibitor keep up, maintain their area and make sure your area is clean of debris before you leave. Pen cleaning is NOT required but it would be appreciated if exhibitors would help tear down panels and stack them along the outer walls.
Food and vendors:
There are various restaurants, fast food, etc. in town. Picnics are allowed.
You will be held liable for any destructive behavior vandalism or damage to any property in the fairground and/or surrounding area. Violators will be held responsible. No fire arms whether toy or not will be allowed on the premises.
Are allowed at the fairgrounds but must be on a leash at all times. Dogs are not allowed in the goat barn. With exception of service animals. Owners are responsible for cleaning up after their dog.
Registration or recordation certificates are required for all animals. A stamped duplicate application for registration from the ADGA office is permitted for any animals per ADGA. No copies of the registration, recordation or
stamped duplicates shall be accepted except FAXED copies of the stamped duplicates from the ADGA office. Animals will not be checked in without proper paperwork presented to show secretary.
Camping – is allowed on the Fairgrounds but must be arranged through the Cache County Fairgrounds prior to the event. Tickets may be given if no arrangements are made. You can go to www.cachecounty.org/fairgrounds/green-space-and-camping.html
Hotels - There are a variety of motels and hotels in the area.
We hope to see you there!