Mile High Mini Milkers Fuzzy Show Addition!
Laramie County Fair Complex at Archer
3801 Archer Parkway, Cheyenne, WY 82009
May 28th, 2022
Eligibility to participate in an MDGA sanctioned live show requires that you be a current MDGA member.
1. An official TMGR registration certificate is required for any animal entered and shall be presented to the show secretary prior to the start of the show. An animal that is registered with TMGR on the day of the show must have a TMGR certificate present and the animal’s TMGR registration number must be recorded on the Show Report to qualify for a GCH leg. Miniature goats with an official MDGA registration certificate may show and be counted in the total animals shown, but may not record a win unless registered with TMGR within 10 days of the date of the show. If the animal is not registered with TMGR within the 10 day period following the show, the Reserve Champion will record the win if otherwise eligible. The show secretary will be responsible for assuring that each animal is accompanied by the proper TMGR registration certificate before the animal is shown.
2. In lieu of original registration certificates an officially validated faxed or electronic copy of the registration certificate from the Registrar shall be accepted by show officials.
3. Proof of ownership shall be the name on the official registration certificate, unless ownership has changed within 90 days of the show and a transfer of ownership form is presented with the certificate. In that case, ownership shall be the name on the transfer form. Transfer of ownership forms that are dated more than 90 days prior to the show date will not be honored as proof of ownership.
4. An animal may be judged in only one age class per show. Proof of birth date shall be the birth date on the animal’s official registration certificate.
5. 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. This date must be stated on the show application and in the rules.
6. Health certificates may be required if specified in the schedule of classes and official show rules. When health certificates are not required, the show officials shall see that all animals brought to the show grounds are in apparent good health and free from noticeable disease. Show officials may deny entry if animal does not appear in good health.
7. Any animal disqualified in its class will not be counted in the total number of animals shown for sanction purposes.
8. Animals are required to have a legible tattoo and/or microchip as a condition for recording a Grand or Reserve Grand Champion win. (Animals under 6 months of age are exempt from this rule.) Owner will be responsible for providing a microchip reader if animals are chipped.
9. There are no minimum or maximum age restrictions.
10. Any animal of any age may be measured at any time by the judge at the judge’s discretion while in the show ring.
Junior Does (under 2 years old; never freshened)
Class 1: Junior doelings – born between April and show date
Class 2: Intermediate doelings – born in March
Class 3: Senior doelings – born in January or February
Class 4: Junior dry yearlings – Born May 29th 2021-December 31, 2021
Class 5: Dry yearlings – are twelve to 24 months old and have never freshened
Senior Does (Does that have freshened or been in milk)
Class 6: Senior does less than two years old
Class 7: Senior does: between two and three years old
Class 8: Senior does between three and four years old
Class 9: Senior does between four and five years old
Class 10: Senior does five years old and older
Class 11: Junior bucklings – born between April and show date
Class 12: Intermediate bucklings – born in January, February or March, 2022
Class 13: Senior bucklings – born between May 29th 2021-December 31, 2021
Class 14: Bucks between one and two years old
Class 15: Bucks between two and three years old
Class 16: Bucks between three and four years old
Class 17: Bucks between four and five years old
Class 18: Bucks five years old and older
All Show Fees are to be paid via PayPal to MileHighMiniMilkers
Wyoming law requires all out-of-state goats be accompanied by a valid health certificate (CVI). A Scrapie Premise ID number may be required to obtain the CVI, please note that tattoos accompanying a matching registration paper are acceptable Scrapie ID in Wyoming. A press release attesting to this is available on the Wyoming Livestock Board website. Health certificates will be verified at time of check-in. Diseased or injured animals will be removed from the grounds upon recommendation of the show committee.
Animals deemed unworthy of competition by the show committee may be barred from the completion and removed from the grounds. In such cases, pen and entry fees submitted by the owner will be forfeited.
Milk out at your own discretion. Over-uddered does WILL be discriminated against. Do not clip your goats for this show. Clipped goats will not be allowed to enter the show ring.
The following areas may be trimmed for judging purposes: udder, excess hair on back legs that obscures udder or escutcheon, inside of ears or tails for viewing tattoos. No body clip.
All goats must be dehorned or naturally polled.
Showmanship classes will begin promptly at scheduled times.
Showmanship Classes (age as of Jan 1, 2022)
PeeWee (under 8 years) Junior (8-10 years) Intermediate (11-13 years) Senior (14-19 years)
Dogs: Dogs are not allowed in the penning area or barns.
All service dogs MUST follow ADA guidelines. Emotional support animals, comfort animals, and therapy
dogs are NOT service animals under Title II and Title III of the ADA.
Service animals are defined as dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities.
Refer to ADA.gov (ADA 2010 Revised Requirements: Service Animals) for further information.
Pens: Pen size is approximately 4’x5’x5’. All animals MUST be penned on the fairgrounds. Pens will be assigned.
Feed and Bedding:
Owners provide their own feed and bedding. See a committee member for locations. Shavings will be available by pre-order only. Indicate quantity on entry form.
Camping is allowed in the campgrounds only. Contact Laramie County Events for pricing at 307-633-4670.
Sleeping in barns is NOT allowed.
From I-80 take exit 370 to Archer Parkway
Keep straight at round-a-bout. Show is located in the Events Center at Archer. See map at
Loading/Unloading will be most accessible through the south-east corner of the barn.