Frontier Days & Livestock Show
Goat Barn Rules
- No bucks will be exhibited or allowed on the fairgrounds.
- No horned animals or scurs longer than 1” will be allowed in dairy classes.
- All dairy goats must conform to breed standards.
- Exhibitors in dairy classes should wear a white shirt and white pants or skirt (below the knee); black or blue jeans or skirt (below the knee) are allowed.
- Dairy goats must be registered in the exhibitor’s name. All other goats will follow the Arkansas scrapie rule: to be exhibited, they must have a tattoo with matching registration papers or an Arkansas scrapie tag.
- Dairy goat classes will be decided after check in.
- Horned animals are allowed in meat goat classes.
- In the breeding meat goat show, does will be presented as percentage or pure according to the papers following ABGA rules. Registered goats must be in the exhibitor’s name. Unregistered goats will be shown in the Commercial Females section with the exception of Pygmy Does.
- Goats showing in the market show must be dehorned or have their horns tipped. Fair management would prefer animals to be dehorned.
- Does with milk teeth may be shown in both breeding & market.
- Market goats must be uniformly clipped 3/8” or less above the knees and hocks.
- Commercial and market classes will be decided after check in.
- If you are showing a commercial or market goat, you MUST stay after check-in to have your animal weighed.
- Market goats must have milk teeth.
- As of the 2020 HSC Fair, Pygmy Goats will be shown in the breeding does section if they are registered and the commercial meat females section if they are not registered.