BREEDING DOE SHOW RULES:
Nomination Deadline: July 1
Entry Deadline: August 27
May Begin Arrival: Thursday, October 7, 8 am
In Place By: Thursday, October 7, 6 pm
Weights Due: Weights due on Thursday, October 7, 6 pm online Showmanship: Friday, October 9, 8 am in the Ranger Arena
Judging: Friday, October 8, 10 am in the Ranger Arena
Released: Friday, October 8, at the conclusion of show.
1. Read General Rules: All exhibitors and participants are required to read and comply with the General Rules and
Regulations, Show Ring Code of Ethics, Animal Health Regulations, and the Division Rules.
2. Nominations: Doe Goats showing at the Tulsa State Fair must have nomination information submitted online and mail DNA sample to the Tulsa State Fair office postmarked by July 1, 2021. For junior nomination and entry procedure,
please refer to Junior General Rules and Regulations and the Nomination page on the Tulsa State Fair website.
3. Pens: Pens will be pre assigned prior to arrival.
4. Ear Tags: All does entered will be issued an ear tag at the show and must have the ear tag properly in the ear when
entering the show ring.
5. Ownership: Exhibitor must have owned, cared for and fed does daily before July 1.
6. Scrapie Tag or Tattoo: A scrapie tag or tattoo will be required on all breeding does at the time of the show.
7. Teeth: All doe kids may have lost their milk teeth at the time of the show; however, the two permanent incisors must
not have broken the gum line.
8. Weight: Minimum weight requirement for breeding does is 40 pounds. There is no official weigh-in of breeding does.
9. Weigh Back: Upon the completion of each class, the Superintendents will weigh a minimum of the top 5 does. Any doe
which has gained more than 5 pounds from the weight on the weigh card will be disqualified.
10. Class Breaks: Every effort will be made not to put more than 40 head in each class.
11. Show Limit: Exhibitors may show a maximum of 3 Breeding Does.
12. Bracing: Bracing of animals will not be tolerated and will result in dismissal by the judge or superintendent. The animals
must have all four feet on the ground. Animals must be shown with a collar used only to control the animal. Exhibitor can only briefly touch the animal with his body. Exhibitor cannot use the collar to make the animal tense his muscles. Any violation will result in dismissal.
13. Shearing: Length of hair is left up to the discretion of the exhibitor.
14. Grooming: Animals are to be shown in natural conformation and color. No false hair or alteration to animal which
includes attachment of hair substances such as twin, fiber, fake hair, etc. No artificial coloring, paint, or powder.
15. Grooming Stands: Grooming stand permits may be purchased for $10 at the time of entry or in the Livestock Office. For safety purposes, grooming stands will not be allowed in any walking area or aisles. All grooming stands will be issued an official identification tag, which must be displayed on the grooming stand. Space will not be guaranteed for
16. Horns: Dehorning of goats in this show is not suggested; however horns should be tipped and rounded. Goats with
horns sharper than deemed safe by Superintendent or Fair staff will be required to be tipped and rounded or isolated
and not shown.