In the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 ADGA show season may face some unique challenges. Here is what show committees, judges and exhibitors need to know.
During recent years there have been two ADGA Judges Training Conferences annually. This is information about the training available during the summer. Annual Convention is when the other TC generally occurs.
The goal of the Unified Scorecard is to aid in the selection of the type of dairy goat that can function efficiently over a long productive lifetime. The most recent ADGA Scorecard for judging dairy goat shows: ADGA Dairy Goat Shows Unified Scorecard PDF
At first glance, a dairy goat show looks like a beauty pageant for goats. In reality, the purpose of a show is to select animals which come closest to the ideal of sound, productive type. Awards and publicity from shows encourage breeders to adhere to the ideal for continued improvement of the dairy goat. Shows put quality dairy goats in […]
Don’t let the cost of the training keep you from considering becoming a licensed ADGA judge. There are funds available to cover the training conference fee to successful applicants.
This code of ethics applies to the relationship between Show Committee members and Exhibitors to the Show Judge prior to the show.
This page is being updated throughout the show with Premeir Youth Exibitor results, Showmanship Award results, Judging and Management Award results and Fitting Team Contest results.
National Show results from 2016 have moved to the National Show website results >>
Click here to access the Show Calendar. Click here to see a listing of Shows. Click here to access the One Day Milking Competition List
The American Dairy Goat Association’s judges are licensed under a rigorous program of training and certification. Here’s a breakdown of the basic program and the information needed. GUIDE TO AN ADGA JUDGE’S LICENSE There are several steps to becoming licensed to judge dairy goats at an officially sanctioned ADGA show. This involves achieving a basic […]
Go here to download a suggested Judges Contract for shows.
Go here to submit a Show Award Certificate Application.
Go here to complete an application for Official Milking competition.
You can find number of online forms and downloadable pdf formats on ADGA.org. See the menu link for Forms for complete list or search for specific topics. General Forms AI Memo – pdf Service Memo – pdf Registration Application – pdf Certificate of Identification Application – pdf Tattoo Revision Request Online Web Form Tattoo Revision Request – […]
The base date for computing the age of the animal shall be the day the animal is to be judged unless otherwise stated by a Fair board in its rules governing livestock. JUNIOR DIVISION – (JUNIOR DOE Show OR Junior Division of COMBINED JR./SR. DOE Show) The Junior Division consists of does under 24 months […]
1. Always fill out the Report of Awards in its entirety for each breed at the time of the judging of that breed, even though there may not be ten animals competing. Never write “not enough competing” across that section of the report as it is important that we have all the information required on the report. We […]