will be hosting it's annual ADGA-sanctioned show on May
15-16, 2009 at the Tehama County Fairgrounds, 650 Antelope
Blvd, in Red Bluff, CA.
year we will continue the show format we started last year:
Two days and four rings! This is an efficient way to show your
things this year: One of the Saturday rings will be a
Toggenburg specialty show, and we will be sanctioning
Nigerian Dwarfs for the first time! They will be sanctioned
in 3 of the 4 rings.
Judges & Sanctions
Acton and Ed Jodlowski have committed to judge the rings for
Saturday; Kathy Pindell and Ray Viera to judge Jr. rings on
Saturday and the Sunday rings.
will be eight sanctions: Separate Sr. and Jr. sanctions for
Regarding Nigerians, they are sanctioned in all 4 rings,
both Sr. and Jr. does. Three of the four ADGA Judges will
also sign AGS paperwork; Kathy Pindell will not sign AGS
paperwork in her Jr. Saturday and Sr. Sunday rings.
senior shows will be judged each day: Saturday and Sunday.
Showmanship will happen for kids between 6 and 18 years of
age, 3 classes: Jr, Intermediate and Sr. Judging will take
place in the first ring, first thing on Saturday morning.
junior shows will be judged on Saturday afternoon in a
"4-ring circus" format. Instead of goats moving between
rings, the goats for each breed will stay in their
respective rings and the judges and secretaries will move
between rings. This will allow for an earlier departure on
Sunday for those who travel any distance.
breed order for showing in the Senior rings will be:
breed format for showing in the Junior "4- ring circus" will
be decided just before the show based on registrations.
appropriately for handlers if you have junior breeds in
multiple rings; we can't hold up one ring for another.
Our raffle is
legendary! This year Bev is getting a
nice milkstand built, and Sandy Flournoy is donating one of
her awesome med kits.
We gladly accept donations. We have scores of excellent items that will be available to be
raffled off, including useful dairy goat supplies, things
for children, and fun things as well.
We will have our club T-shirts on sale; they can be
purchased in advance when you register.
Special Hotel Arrangements
motel for this show is the Super 8 Motel in Red Bluff. On May 15-16 you can receive a discount off their already
reasonable rates when you arrange to stay there during the
show. Most rooms have a microwave and refrigerator.
You can put up to two adults and three children in one room.
A limited number of rollaways are available.
will need to mention the "dairy goat show" when you make
They are located at 30 Gilmore Rd.
It's straight shot 4 minute drive from the Tehama County
Fairgrounds where the show is being held. Their phone number
Click on the Super 8 ad below is a link to their address, along
with a map between the Tehama District Fairgrounds and the
Super 8 Motel.
also camp on the fairgrounds if you wish.
partner with the local County 4-H clubs to put on a
showmanship competition on Saturday morning for ages 9-18: A cloverbud /novice
class, a junior class, an intermediate class and a senior
class. Prizes will be given to the winners in each class.
information please email our show chair, Bev Ely, at
or call her at 530-357-3138.