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August 26th-27th, 2017
In operation since 1929.

Pre-Entry Day - Thursday, August 24th

 

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Enter Saturday by 9 AM; Start at 10 AM

  • There is herdsmanship as well as sportsmanship at the Lacamas fair. Keep your area clean, neat & accessible to the public at all times.
  • All pens, cages & animal areas will be cleaned before you are dismissed.
  • Animals must be kept in their designated area.
  • Animals must be fed & watered by the owner or handler.
  • Youth exhibitors must have a signed parent permission form.

Tips on Preparing a Goat for Show

  • Do not bring bucks to the fair. You can bring a neutered male (wether.)
  • All goats should be washed & brushed.
  • Dairy goats that are producing milk should have all of their body hair clipped to 1/4"-1/2" long. Their udder region should be shaved to the skin.
  • Don't milk your dairy goat the morning of the fair.
  • The person handling the dairy goat should be wearing a white shirt & white pants.
  • Use a thin dog choker collar for leading your dairy goats in the show ring.
  • Pygmy goats are led on regular collars & short leads. Their handlers wear black or dark pants.
  • All handlers of animals should wear solid shoes - No sandals or flip flops!
  • Adults 19 years & over may enter type classes only.
Goat Classes
Class Information/Lots
Dairy & Meat Goat
Fitting & Showing
  • Small Fry, Junior, Intermediate, Senior
Pygmy & Fleece
Fitting & Showing
  • Small Fry, Junior, Intermediate, Senior
Type Class
  • Classes & lots will be at superintendent's discretion.
  • Lots will be determined by animal's age, gender & freshening.

Mt Meadow Lavendar

Yelm Feed

AH Timber

Fox Run Feed

GL Bark

Webster Feed

JJ Auto

K&S Saddlery

Lentz RV

Leonard Construction

Rainier Taxodermy

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Lacamas Community Center
32113 8th Ave S.
Roy, WA 98580

For more information email LacamasFair@gmail.com

Last Update: November 6, 2016
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