Dairy Goat Shows

2023 Dairy Youth Fun Show

Open to all Youth in the Nation!

Youth Dairy Goat Show, scheduled June 2, 1:00pm Make your plans.

Parent/Guardian Form / Youth Form

Goat Information Form


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Your Price: USD $8.00

Be sure to add any pens.

This is an unsanctioned Dairy Doe FUN SHOW with special awards and classes. No Buck Classes.



Breeds: All breeds welcome

  • Nubian
  • Guernsey
  • Saanen
  • Alpine
  • Sable
  • Oberhasli
  • Nigerian Dwarf
  • Toggenburg
  • Lamancha
  • Recorded Grade

Check the gallery to see who is entering. Keep track of what is needed to help make the Youth Show the best possible show, it can be. Come on out and start a new tradition. It’ll be fun.

It’s your time to shine~

Substitutions are free until May 25. May 26-May 30 – $5.00 per head. Animal sub, day of show $10.00. Program will be sent to the printer, so late subs may not be published.


Youth Dairy Goat show classes: Printable Version

Goats may start to arrive after 4:00 pm June 1, 2023

Classes begin June 2 at 1:00 pm (subject to change)

Junior Doe Classes:
Junior Doe – DOB 4/1/2023 – 5/20/2023
Intermediate Doe – DOB 3/1/2023 – 3/31/2023
Senor Doe – DOB 1/1/2023 – 2/28/2023
Junior Yearling Doe – DOB 5/1/2022 – 12/31/2022 (not in milk)
Senior Yearling Doe – DOB 1/1/2022 – 4/30/2022 (not in milk)
Group class: Best 3 Junior Does
All breeds will show together unless there are more than 10 of any one breed
Yearling doe in milk
2 year old doe in milk
3 year old doe in milk
4-5 year old doe in milk
6 year old and up doe in milk
Group classes:
Dairy Herd – 3 does in milk, same owner
Dam and Daughter (daughter may be in milk or a junior doe)
All breeds will show together unless there are more than 10 of any one breed
Dairy goat wether class: All sizes and breeds will show together unless there are more then 10, then
goats will be taped and divided into 2 classes. A Grand and Reserve Champion wether will be
recognized. Dairy goat wethers must be a purebred or crossbred dairy goat but may not have any breed
of goat in their genetics that is not an ADGA recognized dairy goat breed. There is not a weight
minimum or maximum. Please note that these age divisions may be different at other shows such as an
ADGA show or a county fair show.


Youth Premier Exhibitor Award

Best Udder

Best in Show

Herdsman Award


Dam and produce: A doe and two daughters.

Best Pair: Any two, selected by exhibitor.

Breeder’s trio: Any three, selected by exhibitor.

Club or Chapter group: Five does owned by at least three members of the same 4-H or FFA club or chapter.

State Herd: Eight animals owned by at least five exhibitors from the same state. The Spirit of Missouri is a National Show held in Missouri.

Milking Competitions: Exhibitors milk their own animals: One Award for Fastest/Largest Quantity and One Award for Best Technique. Strictly a speed/quantity competition and the judge will determine which milker uses the best techniques including cleanliness. Judge (TBA)

Exhibitors accept responsibility for:

  1. Care, protection, feeding, and watering of animals at show and en route,
  2. Having animals properly groomed and trained,
  3. Bringing only healthy animals to the show,
  4. Having original and correct registration papers on hand for all show animals,
  5. Using their own proper equipment for care and showing,
  6. Helping with clean up at local show if officials so request
  7. Transporting animals to and from the show.
  8. Having all paperwork in order, including health papers.
  9. Knowing the rules of the show.




Each exhibitor, attendee, consignor, or vendor will be solely responsible for any consequential loss, injury or damage done to or occasioned by, or arising from any animal or article exhibited or for sale by him, and shall hold harmless Midwest Buck Sale, LLC, against any and all liability in regard thereto. Midwest Buck Sale, LLC will take reasonable care to insure the safety of exhibits and property, but the owner must take the risk of exhibiting. In no case will Midwest Buck Sale, LLC be responsible for any loss, damage or injury to property or persons while on the Missouri State fairgrounds, or at any other time or place, nor be liable or required to make any payment for damage, loss or injury. All that enter any event or sign up for anything related to the Midwest Buck Sale, agree: “I have read the contract and agree to abide by all Midwest Buck Sale rules and regulations as witnessed by entering the events May 31 – June 3, 2023.


ALL STOCK MUST BE PROPERLY IDENTIFIED. Get health papers from a veterinarian in the state where you reside, for any stock being brought onto the Missouri State Fairgrounds. STATE VETERINARIANS USDA more here

CHECK WITH THE STATE VETERINARIAN IN MISSOURI TO BE SURE ALL CRITERIA IS MET FOR SELLING YOUR STOCK IN THE STATE. ANIMAL HEALTH REQUIREMENTS FOR EXHIBITION: Animal Health Requirements for exhibition regulations. Contact the Missouri State Veterinarian’s office at (573) 751-3377 for clarification if need.


1. All animals must have a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection unless specifically exempted. The Certificate of Veterinary Inspection shall state that the animals are free of visible signs of contagious, infectious, or communicable disease, and describe the animal(s) by species, breed, sex and age. The Certificate of Veterinary Inspection shall reflect all data for required test and vaccinations, all dates,results, and the name of the laboratory.

2. The Certificate of Veterinary Inspection is valid for thirty (30) days.

3. Animals with active lesions of ringworm with resulting loss of hair or warts easily visible without close examination will not be permitted to exhibit and shall be subject to isolation or expulsion depending upon the nature and seriousness of the disease.

4. An accredited veterinarian will examine animals and process a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection for change of ownership.

5. The following are valid forms of official ID: 840 RFID/EID tags, 8 or9 character NUES tags, Scrapie tags, Brucellosis tags, or a tattoo if purebred and with proof of registration accompanying the animal.

6. Alteration or substitution of any information on any VS Form 10-11or any officially recognized federal/state EIA test chart or Certificate of Veterinary Inspection shall cause the document to be invalid and in violation of sections 267.010 to 267.730, RS Mo, and may result in civil penalties not to exceed ten thousand dollars ($10,000) per violation and subject to expulsion.

7. Any goats originating from a county in which there is a premises under quarantine for Vesicular Stomatitis shall obtain an entry permit and must include the statement on the Certificate of Veterinary Inspection that “the (insert species) listed have not been exposed to Vesicular Stomatitis within the past fourteen (14)days, and do not originate from the premises quarantined for Vesicular Stomatitis.”

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