Lisa McNish– Director in Charge
Judging to be held Sunday at 9:00AM in the Cattle Barn Arena

  • Entries due August 15. Stall Fee is $2.50 per head, non-refundable.
  • The Fair Board will provide all sawdust.
  • Entries will be limited to Washington County and adjoining counties in Ohio and West Virginia.
  • Exhibitors must purchase a Membership Ticket or Season Pass for out of county residents.
  • Registered goars will show in the same class with unregistered.
  • Only 2 entries per exhibitor per class.
  • All Goat Breeding Project Animals must have the proper identification (Scrapie tags or permanent tattoo) conforming to The State of Ohio Scrapie laws before checking into the fair.

1st Place: $8.00
2nd Place: $6.00
3rd Place: $4.00
Class 103, 107, 109, 203, 207, 303, 307, and 309 will not be awarded premiums- Ribbons only.
Breeds will be shown separately for the dairy and meat classes.

MEAT CLASS – Age of Goat

Boer, Mixed

200 Junior Kid0 mos & Under 6 mos
201 Junior Kid5 mos & Under 12 mos
202 Junior Kid12 mos & Under 18 mos
203 Junior Champion
204 Milking Yearling12 mos & Under 24 mos
205 Milking Doe24 mos & Under 48 mos
206 Aged Doe48 mos & Over
207 Senior Champion
208 Dam & Daughter
209 Breed Champion

DAIRY CLASS – Age of Goat

Alpine, La Mancha, Saane, Nubian, Mixed, Oberhasli, Toggenburg

100 Junior KidBorn April 1 or After
101 Senior KidBorn January 1 to March 31
102 Dry Yearling12 mos & Under 24mos, not in milk
103 Junior Champion
104 Milking Yearling12 mos & Under 24 mos
105 Milking Doe24 mos & Under 48 mos
106 Aged Doe48 mos & over
107 Senior Champion
108 Dam & Daughter
109 Breed Champion


300 Junior Kid0 mos & Under 6 mos
301 Junior Kid6 mos & Under 12 mos
302 Junior Kid12 mos & Under 18 mos
303 Junior Champion
304 Senior Doe18 mos & Under 24 mos
305 Senior Doe24 mos & Under 26 mos
306 Senior Doe36 mos & over
307 Senior Champion
308 Dam & Daughter
309 Breed Champion



Lisa McNish– Director in Charge
Sunday at 3:00 PM in the Cattle Barn Show Arena
Registration due Friday at 7:00 pm

The goat and contestant must both be dressed in the theme. Each exhibitor should design a coordinating or matching costume for themselves and their goat.


  1. Open to all Jr Fair Exhibitors
  2. Participants may use any market or breeding goat that is currently exhibiting at the fair, with the owner’s permission.
  3. The costumes should allow the animals to walk freely and without fear, and be appropriate.
  4. Contestants must submit entry form with short description of themselves and their costumes.
  5. In the event of a tie, the final decision will be up to the discretion of the judges.

0-5 Years
6-10 years
11-15 years
16 and older

A prize will be awarded for 1st – 3rd place in each age division.
Award for Overall Outstanding Costume