Myotonic Goat Registry
Department 130

- Saturday, September 16th -

2022 Stone Bridge Myotonic Show (A) - 9:00 AM
2022 Lincoln County Fair Show (B) - 1:00 PM
Show A Judge: Debbie Mullins & Show B Judge: Kathy Chisum

Show Secretaries – Katie Bevels (931) 625-4807 & Tara Lawrence (205) 451-9442

MGR Show Rules – Applicable to Shows A and B

1. Goats must be registered by the Myotonic Goat Registry. The ORIGINAL registration certificate MUST accompany the goat during check-in. Kids under three (3) months of age must be registered for any sanctioned classes. No pending registrations will be accepted at check-in
2. MGR Rules to govern and take precedence over all others.
3. Any issue not specifically addressed in these rules will be decided solely by the show personnel whose decisions will be final.
4. Age eligibility for classes will be determined by date of birth on the registration certificate.
5. The full correct registered name of goat must be used on the entry forms.
6. The name on the entry form must match the Breeder/Exhibitor name on the Reg. Certificate unless you have a signed transfer application dated 45 days or less from the show date.
7. The goat’s permanent ID (USDA Scrapie tag, tattoo, or microchip) must be on the Certificate (as recorded by MGR) and registered with MGR.
8. Goats must be checked in from 3:00 to 5:00 pm on Friday, September 15th or 7:00 to 8:30 am on Saturday, September 16th. All animals must enter grounds through the Amana Street entrance (back gate) and unload in designated area. Admission is free for Exhibitor only.
9. Goats may arrive Friday after 3:00 pm and will be released immediately after the show.
10. Goats may be sold private treaty. All goats sold must be entered in show.
11. All goats MUST have a health certificate dated not earlier than September 2, 2023, with the show address as the destination. Scrapie rules apply. If microchips are used the exhibitor must furnish a reader. Tattoos must be legible. Scrapie tags are acceptable. An extra copy of the health certificate MUST be provided for retention by the show secretary.
12. All Tennessee Health rules shall apply. Goats will be examined on grounds by show personnel before unloading. Any goat exhibiting signs of disease including open wounds, foot rot, pink eye, sore mouth, abscesses, hair loss associated with mites, healing wounds or lumps will not be admitted.
13. All entries must enter from Fair Catalog, or Entry forms and entry fees must be received no later than August 26th or will not be accepted. Goats not on original entry form may not be added at the show. Substitutions will be allowed at Check-In withinthe same class only at no charge.
14. Entry fee $8 per animal per show, including kids in sanctioned classes for Does, Bucks, and Platinum Wethers. No refund of entry fees.
15. Pen fee $10. Pen size is 5’ X 5’. Show personnel will assign pens. Feed and equipment must be furnished by exhibitor. Shavings only. Absolutely no straw allowed.
16. No alcoholic beverages or smoking permitted in barns or show arena.
17. All exhibitors, by entry of animals, agree to abide by all rules of the Lincoln County Fair are subject to all rules published in the Lincoln County Fair Catalog. Fair officials and show personnel assume no liability for any loss, damages, or accidents to persons, animals, or property. Youth exhibitors must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
18. Premiums for Show B Only: 1st $15, 2nd $12 ,3rd $9, 4th $6.

Schedule of Classes

Section 1 – Doe Show – Junior Does

6. Pee Wee Doe Kids: 0– 3 months
7. Doe Kids: 3 -6 months
8. Junior Doe Kids: 6 – 9 months
9. Intermediate Doe Kids: 9 – 12 months
10. Yearling Doe - Jr. Unfreshened: 12 -18 months
11. Yearling Doe - Jr. Unfreshened: 18 - 24 months
12. Junior Doe Champion & Reserve Champion

Section 5 - Buck Show - Jr. Bucks

26. Pee Wee Buck Kids: 0-3 months
27. Junior Buck Kids: 3-6 months
28. Intermediate Buck Kids: 6-9 months
29. Senior Buck Kids: 9-12 months
30. Junior Bucks Champion & Reserve Champion

Section 2 – Doe Show – Senior Does

12. Yearling Doe -Sr. Freshened: 12 to 18 months
13. Yearling Doe -Sr. Freshened: 18 to 24 months
14. Junior Adult Does: 24 to 36 months
15. Adult Does: 36 to 48 months
16. Senior Does: 48 months to 60 months
17. Senior Does: 60 months & older
18. Mini-Does: Does certified as Mini and status documented on their registration papers by MGR
19. Senior Doe Champion & Reserve Champion
20. Grand & Reserve Grand Champion, Doe Shows

Section 6 – Buck Show – Sr. Bucks

30. Yearling Bucks: 12-18 months
31. Yearling Bucks: 18-24 months
32. Junior Adult Bucks: 24-36 months
33. Adult Bucks: 36-48 months
34. Senior Bucks: 48-60 months
35. Senior Bucks: 60 months and over
36. Mini-Bucks: Bucks certified as Mini and status documented on their registration papers by MGR
37. Senior Bucks Champion & Reserve Champion
38. Grand & Reserve Grand Champion, Senior Bucks

Section 3 - Wether Show – Jr. Wethers

19. Pee Wee Wether Kid: 0 to 4 months
20. Junior Wether Kid: 4 to 8 months
21. Advanced Jr. Wether: 8 to 12 months
22. Junior Wether, Champion & Reserve Champion 

Section 9 – Youth Flashiest Goat Show A Only

39. Picked by applause from non-participants. Goat must be youth bred & owned by MGR Youth MGR Member

Section 4 - Wether Show – Sr. Wethers

22. Intermediate Senior Wether: 12 to 18 months
23. Intermediate Senior Wether: 18 to 24 months
24. Senior Adult Wether: 24 to 36 months
25. Senior Adult Wether: 36 months and over
26. Senior Adult Wether Champion & Reserve Champion
27. Grand & Reserve Grand Champion, Wether Shows

Animals for both Show A and Show B are to be entered using the accompanying form. Please indicate whether the animal is to be shown in both shows or a single show by marking the appropriate box or boxes for Show A and/or Show B