9:00 am PEE WEE show will start for the first 20 youth entrants who are not entered into the show.
Youth Exhibitors are encouraged to mentor and share their animals with a youngster who is under 8 years of age to help encourage and share their love for goats and exhibiting goats. This takes about 20 minutes.
**All class winners are expected to walk in the Goat Parade after the shows. **
After the Boer goat Show there will be a Non Sanctioned Milking Goat Show .
After that show we will have the Ever Popular Barn Yard Olympics Where Teams of 4 compete for Fabulous Prizes. It is a timed event in which each team will have to do Their “Barn Yard Chores”. Best time wins fabulous prizes!!
Your “Chores” consist of:
Feed, Hay, Shavings stack em up
Water Bucket Brigade
And what about those fabulous Prizes you say?????
The prizes are the bags of feed, bales of Hay (regular and P-nut), shavings, water buckets and small trough. (Ms. Linda dragged this stuff to the show and is not going home with any of it.) So start training now.
Other info: Plenty to do at Goat Day that is Free. Greased pig and chicken Chase. Wonderful vendors. Great food. Pioneer Settlement is open for free. A great time after the show.
Questions?? please Call/text Linda VanCleve Show Chair 813.317.0707
Oh and did I mention there will be a Scholarship awarded for Best Junior Showman???
It is never too early to start collecting college Scholarships.
This is from the Blountstown Rotary Club and can be used at any Jr or Regular College or Trade School.
We would like to thank Blountstown Rotary and Tractor Supply for making this the best yet