Goats

2017 Class List

Goats (Open)

Associated with the Scottish Goatkeepers’ Federation.

Exhibitors are requested to provide their own Pen Covers.

Goats may only be entered in One Class.

All entries must be accompanied by a negative CAE Tested Certificate covering all goats entered (kids will be accepted on their dam’s certificate).

It would be greatly appreciated if all entries could be submitted by the closing date to the Secretary’s address. No entries will be accepted over the telephone or e-mail after closing date.

Late entries will be accepted on day of Show if numbers and space allow. These will be a rate of £20 for first entry and £12 for every subsequent entry owned by single exhibitor plus a First Aid charge of £1.00. The late entry rate is universal and applies to both Members and Non Members.

Convenor: Ms Kathleen Fraser, Cleish.

Please add the name of your Goat/s in your entry form

Prize Money: 1st 10.00, 2nd £6.00, 3rd £4.00

Judge: Diane Oliver, Middleknowes Farm, Jedburgh.

Judging commences at 9.30 a.m. in Ring


Class 1.Coloured Female Goat, any age that has borne a kid, in milk.

Class 2.White Female Goat, any age that has borne a kid, in milk.

Class 3.Anglo-Nubian Female Goat, any age, that has borne a kid, in milk.

Class 4.Coloured Goatling that has not borne a kid, over One but not exceeding Two years.

Class 5.White Goatling that has not borne a kid, over One but not exceeding Two years.

Class 6.Anglo-Nubian Goatling that has not borne a kid, over One but not exceeding Two years.

Class 7.Coloured Female Kid over Two months but not exceeding One year.

Class 8.White Female Kid over Two months but not exceeding One year.

Class 9.Anglo-Nubian Female Kid, over Two months but not exceeding One year.

Class 10.Any other Non Dairy Goat (Pygmy Goats any age, male or female and any Pet Boars)

Class 11.Young Handlers – Free to enter. Sponsorship from NFU Mutual, Fife & Kinross, to each young handler £5

 


TROPHIES:

Perpetual Challenge Flower Bowl presented by the Scottish Goatkeeper’s Federation, for the Best Goat in the Show for annual competition.

The Gordon Webster Tankard presented by Mr. G. Webster for the Best Goatling for annual competition.

The Benarty Quaich presented by Mrs. Christine Watt, Benarty Road, Kelty, for the Best Kid in the Show.  FAC

The Francois Cup presented by Mr. F.L. Allan, for the Best Anglo-Nubian.  For Annual competition.

John Fairley Memorial Shield for the most points in the Goat Section. For annual competition.

 

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