Kalahari Red

Boer Goat / Dapple / Chroma / Kalahari Red / Savanna / Composite / Black

DOES

CLASSOWNERTAG:IDWEIGHTPLACING
MILK TOOTHLONESOMEPINE, PHILLIPSL8261ST
2 TOOTH
YEARLING
R@C LIVESOCK, WILFONG211ST
4 TOOTH
TWO YEAR OLD
LONESOMEPINE, PHILLIPS1231ST
6 TOOTH
THREE YEAR OLD
LONESOMEPINE, PHILLIPS1251ST
6 TOOTHLONESOMEPINE, PHILLIPS1242ND
BOER GOAT DOES MILK TOOTH THROUGH 6 TOOTH

GRAND CHAMPION KALAHARI RED DOE, LONESOMEPINE, PHILLIPS, L8 MILK TOOTH

DOE & KID(S)

CLASSOWNERTAG:IDWEIGHTPLACING
DOE & KIDLONESOMEPINE, PHILLIPS0011ST
KALAHARI RED DOE & KID(S)

GRAND CHAMPION KALAHARI RED DOE & KID(S) LONESOME PINE, PHILLIPS

BUCKS

CLASSOWNERTAG:IDWEIGHTPLACING
MILK TOOTHLONESOMEPINE, PHILLIPSL51ST
MILK TOOTHHOLLEY FARMS, HOLLEY272ND
KALAHARI RED BUCKS

GRAND CHAMPION KALAHARI RED BUCK, LONESOME PINE, PHILLIPS L5

OVER ALL NATIONAL GRAND CHAMPION KALAHARI RED DOE

LONESOMEPINE, PHILLIPS, L8 MILK TOOTH

The Kalahari Red is a solid red buck or doe that follows the same physical phenotype guideline as the traditional Boer Goat. There are some variations of the over-all look, but the stock is very similar in type.

As the Meat Goat Society is developing a pedigree data base that will separate the colors of the Boer goat so individuals may easier select the stock that will most benefit them. It is another tool in breeding. We continue to support all registries and encourage everyone to use all tools available to them.

The Kalahari Red Congress is a National Premier Red Boer Goat event for the USA.

This will be a wonderful learning experience for anyone that is interested in preserving and breeding the Boer goat, regardless of color.

The Kalahari Red Congress is an opportunity to have your stock evaluated and compared without the politics of today’s show arena.  Breeders may enter stock, have them evaluated, and return home to continue your hard work in helping the Boer breed progress.

If a breeder only wants to have their stock evaluated, that is fine, nothing is required to sell.

Stock entered is $15.00 for the evaluation, per head. Group classes are $15.00 per group. A group class would be a doe with kid or a group of three yearling does.

All may be evaluated and return home.

Enter

  • The judges will sort the stock according to the breed standards and quality.
  • Champions will be awarded.
  • This is an evaluation and assessment of stock while be penned and turned loose in the arena as the judges request them. Handlers will be provided to handle all stock in the arena.

The Kalahari Red Congress is all about the Kalahari Red. Bucks, does and kid goats may enter. There will be group classes.

Remember that the red boer goat is a Kalahari Red if it meets the standard for the stock.

Selection will be based upon the South African Boer meat goat. Breed standards should be studied in both the South African and American Boer Goat Associations. Registered and non-registered stock are evaluated together. The judges will not know which stock is registered and which is not. All stock is judged as if it were being entered into a stud book, qualifying the very best, as what is ideal to breed to make more breeding stock and then utilize the culls for the consumer market.
All “Boer Goat” colors are broken down into hair coat coloured categories first. Then stock is divided by sex and evaluated by age. Milk tooth entries will be weighed. A 10 pound group range will determine class breaks for milk tooth entries.

If there is any question, the Midwest Buck Sale staff and Superintendents of the Boer Goat Congress will determine what category the stock fits.
All colored Boer goats include any goat that is any color other than white bodied with a “dark” headed. This is only done so the breeder may see the consistent qualities of each animal. It is to help breeders learn. This is a learning event.

Spotted, dappled, paint, splashed, solid white, or grey shades, any other color than white, is going into the colored Boer event.

  • TRADITIONAL
  • KALAHARI RED
  • BLACK
  • DAPPLED
  • “CHROMA” PAINT
  • SAVANNA
  • COMPOSITE (PERCENTAGE)
    This is an inclusive event, we are willing to work with everyone to accomplish a great learning atmosphere.

Entry Fee: $15.00

Deadline: May 1, 2022

Judges:

MO State Fairgrounds has a wonderful camp grounds. Spots are first come, first served. Set up your camper and the grounds keeper will come and collect the fees for your stay. They do not take reservations.

Hotel reservations should be made as soon as possible. Hotels fill up fast, there are other events going on that week also.

We continue to evaluate red Boer goats and add them to the Kalahari Red database to rack the breed and develop it in the USA.

HOLD HARMLESS AGREEMENT WHEN ENTERING

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 June 1-5, 2022.

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