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2018 JUDGES JABGA bred and owned : Cooper Bounds JABGA Showmanship: Cooper Bounds JABGA Show: Catherine Riley & Glen Martin JABGA wether and commercial doe show: Chad Coburn Superintendents: Robert Washington and Jesse Cornelius JABGA superintendent: Jessie K.immell ABGA Show: Rusty Lee, Nick Hammett and Josh Taylor

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2018 National Show Fullblood Doe Champion Drive in memory of Minda Witt Minda Witt, along with husband Randy, owned and operated Witt's Rio Vista, Lamar, CO. The entire family was fully engaged in the production of quality, ABGA registered Boer goats. Her love and passion for the breed was brought home by her son's decision to show 4-H market wethers. From those first brown headed goats, an ambitious and progressive FB breeding program was born. Minda's tireless efforts were rewarded in the growth of her herd's size, quality, and reputation. She was a highly competitive exhibitor who enjoyed going up against the best. "It's no fun beating ugly goats." More than that, Minda enjoyed the friendship and fellowship gained at ABGA shows and others in the industry. Minda brought a high degree of integrity and credibility to any association, friendship, and competition she engaged in. She was a sponge for information, keeping meticulous volumes as reference for herself, and freely sharing with others. Her true joy was found helping others, in particular youth. Young people starting a breeding program or buying wethers could count on Minda's honesty, information, and support to help ensure success. Minda was a strong competitor, but took equal pleasure in the success and achievements of others. She loved and promoted the Boer breed with passion, integrity, compassion, and sportsmanship to the highest degree. It is in this spirit that we dedicate this drive to the memory of Minda Witt.


2018 NATIONAL SHOW SCHEDULE SATURDAY- June 9 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm - JABGA and Buy In's unload and move in For a fee, ABGA National Show Exhibitors will be permitted to arrive and unload on Saturday June 8th from 4:00 pm-8:00 pm. A fee of $10 per head with a maximum cost of $100 per Exhibitor will be charged for early arrival. Only JABGA entries are exempt from this fee. ABGA entries traveling with a JABGA participant are not exempt from the early arrival fee. 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm - ABGA Show Office will be open

SUNDAY - June 10 8:00 am to 2:00 pm - JABGA unload, move & check in *JABGA exhibitors, commercial does and wethers must be in place and checked in and PAPERWORK SUBMITTED TO THE OFFICE by 2pm 8:00 am to 4:00 pm - ABGA unload, move & check in 2:00 pm - JABGA Meeting 3:00 pm - JABGA Breeding Stock Showmanship – Seniors First 3:00-6:00 pm - Scales open for commercial does and wethers 5:00 pm - Dinner break and Boot Scramble 6:00 pm - Wether and Commercial doe showmanship – Seniors 1st 4:00 pm ABGA Show Office closes

MONDAY - June 11 8:00 am to 12:00 pm - ABGA unload, move & check-in (must unload from the outside of the barn- no exceptions)

7:45 am - OPENING CEREMONY AND WELCOME 8:00 am - JABGA National Bred and Owned Breeding Stock Show Followed by the JABGA Commercial Doe and Wether Show Noon - LUNCH ( Sullivan’s Supply Demonstration) * 1:00 pm - Resume JABGA Commercial Doe and Wether show 2:00 – 5:00 pm - Public Speaking 6:00 pm - Sullivan’s JABGA Fitting demonstration and contest (following show conclusion) *Showmanship and daily care.

TUESDAY - June 12 8:00 am to 5:00 pm - JABGA Coloring Contest 8:00 am to 5:00 pm - JABGA Skillathon 8:00 am - Begin JABGA National Show

20 - The Boer Goat

Noon - LUNCH (Sullivan’s Supply Demonstration) 1:00 pm - Resume JABGA National Show 6:00 pm - JUDGES CONTINUING EDUCATION (following show conclusion)

6:00 pm - JABGA Sales Talk

WEDNESDAY - June 13 7:30 am - JABGA Goat Judging Contest 7:45 am - Opening Ceremonies 8:00 am - ABGA National Open Show begins with Percentage Does Noon - LUNCH (JABGA Goat Judging Contest - Reasons) 1:00 pm - Resume ABGA National Open Show Percentage Pair Classes Immediately Follow Conclusion of Percentage Show Percentage Get of Sire, Percentage Doe Herd ABGA National Open Junior Fullblood Show Begins 6:00 pm - VIP Reception

THURSDAY - June 14 8:00 am - Resume ABGA National Open Fullblood Doe Show Noon - LUNCH (Old Timer Showmanship) 1:00 pm - Resume ABGA National Open Fullblood Doe Show Specialty Doe Class 5 yrs or older, Fullblood Doe Pair Classes Immediately follows selection of Overall Champions 6:00 pm - ABGA General Membership Meeting 6:30 pm - ABGA and JABGA Awards Appreciation Dinner & Auction 7:00 pm - Silent Auction ends

FRIDAY - June 15 [Anti-Bullying Day] (Proceeds to be donated * to Stompoutbullying.org)

8:00 am - ABGA National Open Buck Show Noon - LUNCH 1:00 pm - Resume ABGA National Open Buck Show, Specialty Bucks 5 yrs or older, Open Buck Show group classes follows selection of Overall Champions, Best Pair of Bucks kids, Best Pair of Sr. Bucks from above classes, Get of Sire, Produce of Dam, Breeders herd

SATURDAY - June 16 All animals must be out of barn by noon.


Robert Duke Ambassador to the Breed Robert Duke of Utopia, Texas, is one of the most influential individuals in the Boer Goat industry. This humble rancher doesn't credit himself with shaping today's meat goat industry. But, don't let his humility fool you. Duke helped bring in some of the country's first live Boer Goats and worked in leadership roles in the association. "The first Boer goats came in through Poland," Duke said. "Buck #29 was one of the best in the breed." The first imports were only identified by numbers. These numbers are recalled easily for Duke. "Number 1021, 1032 and 1020 were some of the best imported embroys," he said. Over the years, Duke was influential in the industry as a rancher and as president of the American Boer Goat Association from 2003-2006. During this critical timeframe, the association was educating the public about this newly imported breed. "During the first years, we had some great county agents, breeders and advocates." Duke recalls the many seminars put on by the industry in hopes of educating the public about the insutry as a whole. Duke said it was just as important in 2003 as it is in 2018 to look at the industry from all sides. "Understanding that the meat goat is just that -- a meat goat, is so important to [producers]," he said. Duke said that the rugid, hearty Boer goat is alive and well on many ranches. "I run about 500 head and they can be very hearty animals," continued Duke. It is this heartiness is one of the characteristics that Duke said that our future generations must continue to strive for. "In order for the goats to survive long-term as an industry, they have to be able to survive in all types of terrains," he said. With goat ranches ranging from 2 to 2,000 acres, the Boer goat must be bred to survive in all types of environments. "We changed a lot of characteristics about the Boer goat, both good and bad," he said, "But, one thing we've managed to keep is the amount of meat on the carcass." One of Duke's biggest concerns for the industry is the ability to look outside of the showring or the pasture. "We have to look at the industry as a whole," he said. "While there may be some lines that are bred specifically for the show ring, there will always be some who ultimately hit the slaughter house. And, selling by the pound instead of by the number, like Spanish goats, is critical to the survivability of the meat goat producer." - For photos of some of the first imports and for the entire interview with Robert Duke, look for the Summer edition of The Boer Goat.


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Class Date Range Class Name Start Date Ending Date Percentage Doe Kids, 0 to under 3 months 3/2/18 6/1/18 Percentage Doe Kids, 3 to under 6 months 12/2/17 3/1/18 Percentage Doe Kids, 6 to under 9 months 9/2/17 12/1/17 Percentage Doe Kids, 9 to under 12 months 6/2/17 9/1/17 GRAND CHAMPION JUNIOR PERCENTAGE DOE RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR PERCENTAGE DOE Percentage Yearling Does, 12 to under 16 months 2/2/17 6/1/17 Percentage Yearling Does, 16 to under 20 months 10/2/16 2/1/17 Percentage Yearling Does, 20 to under 24 months 6/2/16 10/1/16 GRAND CHAMPION YEARLING PERCENTAGE DOE RESERVE CHAMPION YEARLING PERCENTAGE DOE Percentage Two Year Old Does, 24 to under 36 months 6/2/15 6/1/16 Percentage Aged Does, 36 plus months n/a 6/1/15 GRAND CHAMPION SENIOR PERCENTAGE DOE RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR PERCENTAGE DOE NATIONAL GRAND CHAMPION PERCENTAGE DOE NATIONAL RESERVE CHAMPION PERCENTAGE DOE Best Pair of Percentage Doe Kids – from classes 1, 2, 3 or 4 Best Pair of Percentage Does one year or older – from classes 7, 8, 9 ,12 or 13 Produce of Percentage Dam – See Group Classes rules Percentage Get A Sire – See Group Classes rules Breeders Percentage Doe Herd – See Group Classes rules Fullblood Doe Kids, 0 to under 3 months 3/2/18 6/1/18 Fullblood Doe Kids, 3 to under 6 months 12/2/17 3/1/18 Fullblood Doe Kids, 6 to under 9 months 9/2/17 12/1/17 Fullblood Doe Kids, 9 to under 12 months 6/2/17 9/1/17 GRAND CHAMPION JUNIOR FULLBLOOD DOE RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR FULLBLOOD DOE Fullblood Yearling Does, 12 to under 16 months 2/2/17 6/1/17 Fullblood Yearling Does, 16 to under 20 months 10/2/16 2/1/17 Fullblood Yearling Does, 20 to under 24 months 6/2/16 10/1/16 GRAND CHAMPION YEARLING FULLBLOOD DOE RESERVE CHAMPION YEARLING FULLBLOOD DOE Fullblood Two Year Old Does, 24 to under 36 months 6/2/15 6/1/16 Fullblood Aged Does, 36 plus months n/a 6/1/15 GRAND CHAMPION SENIOR FULLBLOOD DOE RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR FULLBLOOD DOE NATIONAL GRAND CHAMPION FULLBLOOD DOE NATIONAL RESERVE CHAMPION FULLBLOOD DOE Best pair of Doe Kids – from class 23, 24, 25 or 26 Best pair of Senior Does one year or older from class 29, 30, 31, 34 or 35 Fullblood Buck Kids, 0 to under 3 months 3/2/18 6/1/18 Fullblood Buck Kids, 3 to under 6 months 12/2/17 3/1/18 Fullblood Buck Kids, 6 to under 9 months 9/2/17 12/1/17 Fullblood Buck Kids, 9 to under 12 months 6/2/17 9/1/17 GRAND CHAMPION JUNIOR FULLBLOOD BUCK RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR FULLBLOOD BUCK Fullblood Yearling Bucks, 12 to under 16 months 2/2/17 6/1/17 Fullblood Yearling Bucks, 16 to under 20 months 10/2/16 2/1/17 Fullblood Yearling Bucks, 20 to under 24 months 6/2/16 10/1/16 GRAND CHAMPION YEARLING FULLBLOOD BUCK RESERVE CHAMPION YEARLING FULLBLOOD BUCK Fullblood Two Year Old Bucks, 24 to under 36 months 6/2/15 6/1/16 Fullblood Aged Bucks, 36 plus months n/a 6/1/15 GRAND CHAMPION SENIOR FULLBLOOD BUCK RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR FULLBLOOD BUCK NATIONAL GRAND CHAMPION FULLBLOOD BUCK NATIONAL RESERVE CHAMPION FULLBLOOD BUCK Best Pair of Buck Kids – from classes 41, 42, 43 or 44 Best Pair of Senior Bucks one year or older – from classes 47, 48, 49, 52 or 53 Best pair of Kids, both sexes represented – See New Pair Classes rules Produce of Dam –See Group Classes rules Get of Sire – See Group Classes rules Breeders Fullblood Herd – See Group Classes rules Commerical Doe Show, Junior Does (All milk teeth present) Commerical Doe Show, Yearling Does (2 permanent teeth) Commerical Doe Show, Senior Doe (More than 2 permanent teeth) Market Show (Breaks determined by weight)

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RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR PERCENTAGE DOE NATIONAL GRAND CHAMPION PERCENTAGE DOE NATIONAL RESERVE CHAMPION PERCENTAGE DOE Best Pair of Percentage Doe Kids – from class 1 Best Pair of Percentage Does one year or older – from classes 4, 5, 6, 9, or 10 Produce of Percentage Dam – See Group Classes rules Percentage Get A Sire – See Group Classes rules Breeders Percentage Doe Herd – See Group Classes rules Fullblood Junior Doe Kids GRAND CHAMPION JUNIOR FULLBLOOD DOE RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR FULLBLOOD DOE Fullblood Yearling Does, 12 to under 16 months Fullblood Yearling Does, 16 to under 20 months Fullblood Yearling Does, 20 to under 24 months GRAND CHAMPION YEARLING FULLBLOOD DOE RESERVE CHAMPION YEARLING FULLBLOOD DOE Fullblood Two Year Old Does, 24 to under 36 months Fullblood Aged Does, 36 plus months GRAND CHAMPION SENIOR FULLBLOOD DOE RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR FULLBLOOD DOE NATIONAL GRAND CHAMPION FULLBLOOD DOE NATIONAL RESERVE CHAMPION FULLBLOOD DOE Best pair of Doe Kids – from class 20 Best pair of Senior Does one year or older from class 23, 24, 25, 28, or 29 Fullblood Junior Buck Kids GRAND CHAMPION JUNIOR FULLBLOOD BUCK RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR FULLBLOOD BUCK Fullblood Yearling Bucks, 12 to under 16 months Fullblood Yearling Bucks, 16 to under 20 months Fullblood Yearling Bucks, 20 to under 24 months GRAND CHAMPION YEARLING FULLBLOOD BUCK RESERVE CHAMPION YEARLING FULLBLOOD BUCK Fullblood Two Year Old Bucks, 24 to under 36 months Fullblood Aged Bucks, 36 plus months GRAND CHAMPION SENIOR FULLBLOOD BUCK

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RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR FULLBLOOD BUCK NATIONAL GRAND CHAMPION FULLBLOOD BUCK NATIONAL RESERVE CHAMPION FULLBLOOD BUCK Best Pair of Buck Kids – from class 36 Best Pair of Senior Bucks one year or older from classes 39, 40, 41, 44, or 45 Best pair of Kids, both sexes represented – See New Pair Classes rules Produce of Dam –See Group Classes rules Get of Sire – See Group Classes rules Breeders Fullblood Herd – See Group Classes rules

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BOER GOAT ASSOCIATION JUNIOR AMERICAN Thank you to the following individuals and ranches who donated sement lots at sales throughout the country to raise money for the formatted junior regional show series. We also wouldl like to thank those of you who purchased the lots in support of our youth! Purple Ribbon Showcase

March Madness Sale

Missouri Spring Invitational

Cecilia Knott & Thomas Farms - Boston School Manor Farm

SAKB Boer Goats

Deric & Sheila Wetherell Wetherell Farm

B.A.B Boer Goats & Goodwin Farms

Redden Bros

Josh & Cassie Stephans Hidden Springs Farm

D2 Boer Goats and Kidder Show Stock

Crawford Boer Goats

Don, Tracy, Ryan, Tisha Diefenbach - Amarugia Boer Goats

Redden Bros & On a Whim

Big Poplar Farm

Josh Stephans, Tracy Diefenbach, & Katie Stewart

Wetherell Farm

Ridgeview Boer Goats

Mike and Marjeanna Smth - 2MS Boer Goats Richard & Melissa Nevills - C&N Boer Goats

Hill Top Boer Goats Rolling R Farms Stone Leady Farms

Heartland Boer Extravaganza Meier Boer Goats Big Blue Boers Boettger Boers VTZ Boer Goats aAprina Acres SAKB Boer Goats Rebar Ranch SBZ Ranch

Best in the West

Splash of Color Sale

Terry and Sue Taylor- Windy Acres

Red Creek Farms Lazy ST Chelsey Creek  Double J Farms Roundtop Mountain Farm  Thompson Boer Goats


Elite 50

Rolling Hills Bonanza

Winner’s Circle Sale

Swing into Spring

Kody Goats

Windy Acres Boer Goats

Westfall Boer Goats

S & R Meat Goats

Stewart Show Goats

Childeres Show Goats

Nathan Duncan

Land of Grace Farm

Rowdy Acres

Bucked Up Boers

Chestnut Springs Farms

Hot Hooves Boer Goats

Shepherd Creek

Radiant Reds Boer Goats

Gary and Sandy Duncan

Red Rock Acres

Mirror Image Boers

Biggs Boer Goats

Ken Baty

4 K Boer Goats

CBW Boers

2M Boer Goats

Ox Creek and Fire Bush Farm

2M Boer Goats

Basford Boer Goats

Mantodea Farm

Jason Coin

Sarah’s Naughty Boers

Hilltop Goat Farm

Mayne Boer Goats New Beginnings Farm Southern Hollow Boer Goats

Iowa show me classic

Southern Goat Blitz

Maurice, Kim Erwin - Lamoni Sarah Anthony - Outback Farms Goat Farms

Winning Tradition

Legendary Sale

Westfall Boer Goats

aAprina Acres

Tyler VanVoorst - Double V Boer Goats

Zack & Tesha Lumpkin Dixieland Delight Boer Goats

Terry & Sue Taylor

Land of Grace Farms

Breezy Acres

Randy & Cindy Dusek Lazy ST Ranch

Nathan Duncan

Stapleton Farms

Dbl- D Boers - Lee & Sharon Dana

Kyle & Mendy Mason K2M Boer Goats

Jason & Heather Coin

Goodwin Farms

StarShine Meadows

Chelsey Creek

Richard & Sandy Cook

Terry Brown

Double J Roundtop Mtn & 4T Farms Redcreek Farm

Maddie Fenton


Tom & Kelly Valuska 740-512-5336

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BOER GOAT ASSOCIATION

2017 Live Auction Lots Lot # L1 L2

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L4 L5 L6 L7 L8 L9

LIVE AUCTION 2 Straws - TST1 Trump or All Trumped Up Hanging show box 2 Straws - ANR Wide Load NGC *Ennobled* 2 Straws - AABG MHBG Perfection *Ennobled* 2 Straws - TLB T333 Ripper *Ennobled* 2 Straws - AABG NBD Blurred Vision *Ennobled* 2 Straws - AABG NBD Face the Facts *Ennobled* 2 Straws - HMR Sumo *Ennobled* Blower 5 straws - 2M Ace in the Hole Embryo’s- RBGM Queen of Naile & WTRL Whoever Fitting Stand Semen - Back Draft Semen - Astroid Semen - Copper Top 5 Straws - Smokin Express

Sullivan’s Showcase Show Box, Mom’s Performance Goat Blankets, Mom’s Performance Goat Blankets, Mom’s Performance Leg Tubes, L10 Sullivan’s Leather Handle Goat Chain, Sullivan’s Powder’ful, Sullivan’s Kleen Sheen L11 Ducky Stickgoat & Ribbons 2 Straws - AABG Blurred Vision L12 1 straw - SGR Klondike L13 ABGA/JABGA logoed Washer Boards with engraved logos on end 2 Straws - Show Me Boers Outlandish Design L14 2 Straws - ADVBG Unanimous Decision

Donated By Terry & Sue Taylor Kimberly Leifer Nathan Duncan Nathan Duncan Nathan Duncan Nathan Duncan Nathan Duncan Nathan Duncan Illinois Meat Goat Producers 2M Boer Goats Redden Bros Livestock Sydell Westfall Boer Goats Westfall Boer Goats Westfall Boer Goats Newton Farms

Sullivan’s Supply Goodwin Farm B Square Farm B Square Farm John & Karla Blackstock Advanced Boer Genetics Advanced Boer Genetics


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LIVE AUCTION

L15 Weaver Aluminum Stand, Fitting Matt, and Outback Tshirt L16 Flush breeding to any buck on their farm

Donated By Weaver Leather Livestock/Outback Diemer’s Hill Top Boer Goats

Aluminum Clipper Box, Clipper Box Cover, Pro Pink, Thickening Powder, L17 Chill, Coconut Shampoo, Natural Hold, Beaded Collar, Mini Roto Brush, Foamer, Fogger, and Outback Tshirt Weaver Leather Livestock/Outback SEMEN - BDK2 AABG I Am the Law Southern Comfort Ranch L18 Semen - Blue Top Farm Booty’s Duece Southern Comfort Ranch L19 Flush services at their facilty up to 10 transfers B&D Genetics L20 10 Straws - RRD Remfire 4 K Boer Goats (Jason Kilinger) L21 5 Goat Yard art signs North Star Equipment L22 2 straws - RM Cruiser or RM Cowboy Roger McSwain L23 ??? Agri Buckle L24 5 straws - KENZ Fireball *Ennobled* Urish Ridge Boer Gpats L25 2 straws - TEEL Loaded Up Sire of Merit Sire of TST1 TEEL So Blessed Teel Show Goats L26 Yeti Cooler Creative Award

2017 Silent Auction Lots Lot # S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6 S7 S8 S9 S10 S11 S12 S13 S14 S15 S16 S17 S18 S19 S20

SILENT AUCTION Hand painted dish towels & picnic basket Goat Glasses and Beer Basket Goat Wine Glasses and Wine Basket Buck Collection at their facility AI Kit Leads Shadow Box Tattoo Kit 5 - 8 oz packets of Gold Dust 5 - 8 oz packets of Gold Dust 5 - 8 oz packets of Gold Dust 5 - 8 oz packets of Gold Dust 3 Straws - 199 RNC **Bulldog** Full Codi PCI Black Montana West Purse with Cross Large Black T-shirt with a bling OJBGA goat Large Royal Blue T-shirt with a bling “Year if the Goat” goat Minky Quilt Illinois Basket 2 straws - BDK2 AABG Magnanimous Benefactor 2 straws - JCKN Burnin It Down

Donated By 2MS Boer Goats Wetherell Farm Wetherell Farm B&D Genetics Love’nm Ranch Love’nm Ranch Love’nm Ranch Love’nm Ranch Love’nm Ranch Love’nm Ranch Love’nm Ranch Love’nm Ranch Carol Rochester Casada Creations Donated last year Donated last year Dugat Livestock/Word Ranch Illinois Meat Goat Producers Jason Coin Jason Coin


S21 Yeti Cooler & 2 Yeti Tumblers S22 Tupperware - 3 bowl set & 2 pink containers S23 Original Watercolor Painting “Pioneer Barn” S24 S25 S26 S27 S28 S29 S30 S31 S32 S33 S34 S35

Denim hand bag with embroidered goats on it Goat with kids sketched picture in frame 10 Straws - Hidden Hollow Harkley 10 Straws - MAUL Shalako 2 Embryos CCB4 F161 x AGF2 Allisons Fully Loaded Andis ProClip Ion cord/cordless trimmer 5 straws - TST1 Windy Acres It’s About to Go Down 5 straws - VBR The Virginian 3 straws - GG’s Bustin Up the Joint *ENNOBLED* 3 straws - DCKM Post Rock Expensive Hobby Live Cover to KTM Master Piece (10690841) Texas Gift Basket

Barn Quilt - 24” x 24” hand painted barn quilt with Boer Goat in the S36 middle S37 Painted Gourd S38

2 straws - BSA Best Ink (SGG Nex Dimension x EGGS Pensive Deanna

SAKB Boer Goats Jennifer Jefferson Martin & Libby McCaw N&K Ranches Inc. (Norman & Kathy Kohls) N&K Ranches Inc. (Norman & Kathy Kohls) B Square Farm B Square Farm B Square Farm Outback Labatories Owen Lankey Phil Fullerton Post Rock Boer Goats Post Rock Boer Goats Power House Boer Goats (Omar Moya) Sandy Creek Goat Farm (Clint, Gary & Cheila Demmitt) Sunrise Farm Boer Goats - The Neher Family Susan Young VTZ Boer Goats, Vicki Hoecher-Imig and sons, Trystin and Zane Geilissen

Leather Loop w/Prong Chain, Brahma Leather Collar, Self Cleaning Card, Brightening Shampoo, Light Adhesive, Pro Remover, Mini Fluffer, Pro S39 Hair, Sheep & Goat Spray, Nylon Clipper Bag, and Outback Tshirt Weather Leather Livestock/Outback S40 Goat Shape Cookies Blue Gainey Ranch S41 5 Goat Yard art signs North Star Equipment S42 Pink Bag Casada Creations S43 Purse w/ turquoise Casada Creations S44 Wether Blanket 2MS Boer Goats S45 2 - 2# bags of Goat Bluelite Victoria Ton S46 Pampered Chef Basket Blakely Clement S47 Necklace Hyde Farm S48 2 - 2# bags of Goat Bluelite Victoria Ton S49 2 - 2# bags of Goat Bluelite Victoria Ton S50 2 - 2# bags of Goat Bluelite Victoria Ton S51 2 - 2# bags of Goat Bluelite Victoria Ton S52 Bird Necklace & Earrings Honey Hollow Farm S53 Sparkling necklace, ring & earrings Honey Hollow Farm S54 Grey Necklace, earrings, bracelet Honey Hollow Farm S55 Sparking necklace, bracelet & earrings Honey Hollow Farm S56 Red banded necklace & cross earrings Honey Hollow Farm S57 Livestock Supplies & Wall hanging Red Head Acres


2018 National Show Buck Champion Drive in memory of Don Smith A name that is synonymous to the Boer goat industry and the success of Boers in the United States is Don Smith. Don Smith of Talpa, Texas, has been referred to as the "Grandfather" of the Boer industry here in the States. O The Smith Ranch began as a sheep ranch in the late '30s and then diversified into Cutting horses, cattle and goats in later years. Don recalls that the shearing crews always wanted to have goats to slaughter during the shearing season. That was one of the primary reasons that goats were kept on the ranch. As time progressed, Don began to see a need for a meat goat in the United States that exceeded the quality and size of the existing Spanish goats. He began to crossbreed dairy goats and Spanish goats to develop a meatier goat that not only was larger in size, but was also faster growing. In the late '80s, a friend of Don's at Texas A&M visited South Africa to investigate the Angora goat. He came back and told Don of this meat goat that he saw while in South Africa called the Boer goat. Don became the first person from the Northern Hemisphere to lay eyes on a Boer goat in the quarantine pens in New Zealand. Once Boer goats were introduced to the States, interest soared. Don supported and fostered the new industry. Don was the first person to ever judge a Boer goat show in the United States. This show was held in Lampasas, Texas, prior to a sale hosted by Jurgen Schulz. At this show, Don crowned the great buck Krugerrand the champion, making him the first Boer champion buck in the United States. Don has been an approved judge since the beginning of Boer goat shows. Don's prior judging experience with sheep and horses has provided him with the knowledge and skill to be one of the best Boer goat judges in the U.S. Don has judged Boer goat shows in all parts of North America - from California to Quebec. Don has supported many new Boer breeders as well as established breeders over the years. Don's ranch sale in Talpa, which was usually held in late August, is the longest-running Boer goat production sale in the industry. Don has continuously strived to produce and market exceptional animals to enhance and better the Boer breed. Don Smith is a true Texas gentleman. Many Boer goat enthusiasts regard Don as one of the most renowned breeders of Boer goats in the United States. Don was the first person to win both the International Boer Goat Association and the American Boer Goat Association National Championship Doe titles in 2001. In 2001, he was the first person to win both National Shows in the Champion Pair of Does class. Don went on to repeat winning the National Championship Doe title for both associations again in 2003. This was the first time that this feat (winning both National Doe titles) had been repeated. Many have said that Don Smith consistently produces the top does in the industry as well as some of the best bucks. - Edited from original print (written by Chris A. Godsey) in Goat Rancher, March, 2005


Public Speaking Topics Junior Division (4 to 8) Regional Show: What is your favorite farm animal and why? National Show: How do you wash your goat?

Intermediate Division (9 to 13) Regional Show: Why is it important to wear proper show attire in the show ring? National Show: What have you learned from raising goats?

Senior Division (14 & over) Regional Show: How has/will livestock effect your career choice? National Show: How do you stomp out bullying in the show ring?

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2018 JABGA OR S N O P S

• Online Webcast of Auctions • Pre-Bidding and Absentee Bidding • Tag/On Farm Sales • Online Only Auctions Be sure to contact us to book your upcoming auction to be broadcast online!

Aaron Tompkins 336-363-4639 atompkin@vt.edu

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Thank you to our Junior Show Sponsors Each of you are appreciated! CLASS JABGA

JABGA NATIONAL GRAND CHAMPION % DOE - BANNER JABGA NATIONAL GRAND CHAMPION % DOE - BRONZE

JABGA

JABGA NATIONAL GRAND CHAMPION % DOE - BANNER JABGA NATIONAL GRAND CHAMPION % DOE - BRONZE

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JABGA NATIONAL GRAND CHAMPION BUCK - BANNER JABGA NATIONAL GRAND CHAMPION BUCK - BRONZE

SPONSOR LOWES PELLETS AND GRAIN LOWES PELLETS AND GRAIN

LOWES PELLETS AND GRAIN LOWES PELLETS AND GRAIN

LOWES PELLETS AND GRAIN LOWES PELLETS AND GRAIN


Thank you to our Percentage Show Sponsors The following pages have business cards for our class sponsors. Each of you are greatly appreciated! CLASS

SPONSOR

% 0-3 DOES STUART SHOW GOATS % 3-6 DOES DARA ENTWISTLE % 6-9 DOES THE SYNDICATE-MISSOURI % 9-12 DOES LUCKY J FAMILY GOATS % GRAND CHAMPION JR DOE SOUTHERN REVIVAL FARMS % RESERVE CHAMPION JR DOE SOUTHERN REVIVAL FARMS % 12-16 DOES 4CK BOER GOATS-CARL & KANDETTE RICKETTS % 12-16 DOES - CLASS BUCKLE LOWES PELLETS AND GRAIN % 16-20 DOES KICKING H BOERS % 20-24 DOES BASS LIVESTOCK NUTRITION % GRAND CHAMPION YEARLING DOE LOWES PELLETS AND GRAIN % RESERVE CHAMPION YEARLING DOE LOWES PELLETS AND GRAIN % 24-36 DOES EAGLE TALON ENTERPRISES, LLC % 36 + DOES DUGAT LIVESTOCK TEXAS-BRANDON & ALYSSA DUGAT % GRAND CHAMPION SR DOE REBAR RANCH-TRAVIS LEVINGS % RESERVE CHAMPION SR DOE REBAR RANCH-TRAVIS LEVINGS NATIONAL GRAND CHAMPION % DOE - BANNER UMBARGER FEED NATIONAL GRAND CHAMPION % DOE -BRONZE UMBARGER FEED NATIONAL RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION % DOE - BANNER ROSE CREEK ACRES NATIONAL RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION % DOE - BRONZE ROSE CREEK ACRES


Thank you to our Fullblood Doe Show Sponsors The following pages have business cards for our class sponsors. Each of you are greatly appreciated! CLASS

FB CLASS A DOES FB CLASS B DOES FB CLASS B DOES -CLASS BUCKLE FB CLASS C DOES FB CLASS D DOES FB CLASS E DOES FB CLASS F DOES FB GRAND CHAMPION FB JR DOE FB RESERVE CHAMPION FB JR DOE FB 12-16 DOES FB 16-20 DOES FB 20-24 DOES FB GRAND CHAMPION YEARLING DOE FB RESERVE CHAMPION FB YEARLING DOE FB 24-36 DOES FB 36+ DOES FB GRAND CHAMPION SR DOE FB RESERVE CHAMPION SR DOE NATIONAL GRAND CHAMPION FB DOE - BANNER NATIONAL GRAND CHAMPION FB DOE - BRONZE NATIONAL RESERVE CHAMPION FB DOE - BANNER NATIONAL RESERVE CHAMPION FB DOE - BRONZE

SPONSOR

DUGAT LIVESTOCK TEXAS-BRANDON & ALYSSA DUGAT JIM FURMAN-AFLAC ASSOCIATE SYDELL INC - KYLE CHRISTIANSEN PALMETTO MOON BOER GOATS & MINI ZEBU CATTLE C&J SCHOLL BOER GOATS LOWES PELLETS AND GRAIN RADIANT REDS - KENNY & MEGAN ELWOOD PITLICK BOER GOATS, JORDAN, MN PITLICK BOER GOATS, JORDAN, MN BASS LIVESTOCK NUTRITION BLING IN THE RING POST ROCK BOER GOATS DOUBLE J FARMS-JOSH & JOHANNA WEIR DOUBLE J FARMS-JOSH & JOHANNA WEIR EAGLE TALON ENTERPRISES, LLC CAPRIOLE GOAT RANCH HAYSTACK INS AGENCY HAYSTACK INS AGENCY GIRARD COOP GIRARD COOP ROSECREEK ACRES ROSECREEK ACRES


Thank you to our Fullblood Buck Show Sponsors The following pages have business cards for our class sponsors. Each of you are greatly appreciated! CLASS

CLASS A BUCKS CLASS B BUCKS CLASS B BUCKS - CLASS BUCKLE CLASS C BUCKS CLASS D BUCKS CLASS E BUCKS GRAND CHAMPION JR BUCK RESERVE CHAMPION JR BUCK 12-16 BUCKS 12-16 BUCKS CLASS BUCKLE 16-20 BUCKS 20-24 BUCKS 20-24 BUCKS - CLASS BUCKLE GRAND CHAMPION YEARLING BUCKS RESERVE CHAMPION YEARLING BUCKS 24-36 BUCKS 24-36 BUCKS - BUCKLE 36+ BUCKS GRAND CHAMPION SR BUCK RESERVE CHAMPION SR BUCK NATIONAL GRAND CHAMPION BUCK - BANNER NATIONAL GRAND CHAMPION BUCK - BRONZE NATIONAL RESERVE CHAMPION BUCK - BANNER NATIONAL RESERVE CHAMPION BUCK - BRONZE

SPONSOR

JIM FURMAN-AFLAC ASSOCIATE DOUBLE V BOER GOATS-TYLER VAN VOORST SYDELL INC - KYLE CHRISTIANSEN LAZY JV RANCH EQUIPMENT SALES GIRARD COOP NORTHSTAR METAL WORKS LOWES PELLETS AND GRAIN LOWES PELLETS AND GRAIN SHAMROCK FARM BOER GOATSSHANE, KIM & KADEN MERRIMAN LOWES PELLETS AND GRAIN ROCK’N HEART DAPPLED BOERS MILLER TIME BOER GOATS - MYRA MILLER K. DIEMER GENETICS-SEMEN COLLECTION 2MS BOER GOATS-MIKE & MARJEANNA SMITH 2MS BOER GOATS-MIKE & MARJEANNA SMITH BASS LIVESTOCK NUTRITION MILLER TIME BOER GOATS - MYRA MILLER AM BOER GOATS-JENNIFER & TOM MARTINEZ REBAR RANCH-TRAVIS LEVINGS REBAR RANCH-TRAVIS LEVINGS GIRARD COOP GIRARD COOP ROSECREEK ACRES ROSECREEK ACRES


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Stop by your favorite ringside sponsors and end cap sponsors! Thank you, sponsors, for your generous support of the 2018 ABGA/JABGA National Show. Banner Name Blue Gainey Ranch Kemmer Ranch Able Acres Carlsons Pine Crest Dust Devil Ranch and Capriole Boer Goats Clear Creek Farms Mazurek Family Ranch, Pair a Docs, Menger Creek Ranch Wetherell Farm & Hill Top Farm ADVANCED BOER GENETICS Diefenbach/Stephans/Smith Minnesota Boer Goat Association aAprina Acres Boer Goats Lucky J Family Goats SnS Boer Goats/Westfall Boer Goats SAKB Boer Goats BREEZY ACRE BOER GOATS RJ Transportation Inc. & Double A Boer Goats Wildewind Farm, K Hollow Boer Goats, and Hard Rock Farm Wildewind Farm, Hard Rock Boer Goats, K Hollow Boer Goats Boettger Boers, C&J Scholl Farms, Wicky's Rockin Boer Goats Shepherd Creek Ranch Frank and Susan Burner Land of Grace Farm and Southern Hollow Farm Flying L Ranch Boer Goats

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Cattle Barn Member Name Ervin J Chavana Chrystie & Jeff Gibbs B-Mack Farms LLC Deric,Sheila,Michael & Mikayla Wetherell Paul, Cynthia & Phillip Grafe Terry & Sue Taylor Janet Moraczewski Lee & Sharon Dana Kenneth or Patricia Motes Aaron & Denise Crabtree Tyler Van Voorst Michelle O'Brien, Scott Weber, Dakota Ash Billy Ashburn & Mark Belton Megan & Kenny Elwood Bill, Sue, Christie & Rebecca Hobby Joshua & Sally Kerr Maurice & Kim Erwin / Cameron Douglas Bonine Thomas & Jacqueline Redden and Ike Redden Paul & Kim Morgan

End Cap #1 #2 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10 #11 #12 #13 #14 #15 #16 #17 #18 #19 #20

Sheep Barn Shane, Kim & Kaden Merriman Kenneth Baty Amy Scharmer Austin Pagel Cindy Price-Westfall Jason and/or Katherine Klug Kathie & Katie Diemer Don & Tracy Diefenbach, Ryan & Tisha Diefenbach

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• Live Internet Bidding

2018 A G B JA R O S N O P S

• Online Webcast of Auctions • Pre-Bidding and Absentee Bidding • Tag/On Farm Sales • Online Only Auctions Be sure to contact us to book your upcoming auction to be broadcast online!

Aaron Tompkins 336-363-4639 atompkin@vt.edu


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Did you reach for the SKY?

WE DID!

$100/straw

WOW FACTOR is a son of N.A.I.L.E. Overall Grand Champion buck, AABG NBD Blurred Vision *Ennobled, who recently sold for $25,000 in the Newton Farms Dispersal, shortly after 23 of his progeny had sold for a $5776 avg. WOW FACTOR’S dam, Newton Farms Fancy Face is a full sister to 7PML Lyons 25, the 2014 ABGA National Res Jr. Champion doe and the dam of the 2016 ABGA National Res Jr Champion buck Newton Farms THE FACTS ARE BLURRED, who brought $31,000 as the high selling buck in the Newton Dispersal.

JAD SRB Lucky's Smokin Copper 2018 Western National Stock Show Overall Grand Champion We believe Lucky's Smokin Copper became the first dappled buck to have earned the Overall Grand Champion buck honors at a major livestock show.

$250/straw

His pedigree distinguishes him from the balance of the dappled pack. His maternal side features many of the great sires of the beed including CSB Broken S Smokin Hot Ruger * Ennobled. His sire, LK7 Lucky Dog *Ennobled, is the full brother to LK& Devil Spots * Ennobled. Ken Baty | Sydney Baty | Jane Delling kbaty@crc-co.net | 970-685-1745 | sakbboergoats.com

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