the 137th Berry Show
Exhibiting at the Show

Angora Goats

Chief Steward: Ken Mitchell

Steward: Theresa Mitchell

Goats on ground no later than 9.30am Animals to remain on ground until 2.00pm

PRIZE MONEY: 1st $15, 2nd $12, 3rd $10


Entries Close 5pm, Monday, 29th January 2024  

No late entries will be accepted.


When completing the entry form, enter one exhibit per line.

If it is necessary to use more than one line per entry, such as in specialty classes, join the lines together with a bracket {to indicate one entry), applicable to classes such as Dam and Daughter. 

Substitutions to already entered goats are allowed on the day however, entry changes will not appear in the show book, catalogue or official show records.

A School Class goat is defined as a goat owned and exhibited by a recognised school.

The requirements listed below are regulations set down by governing bodies in NSW. Forms marked (PWE) have been provided to each exhibitor with the official show entry form.

All exhibits must provide a National Goat Health Statement (PWE).

Goat Show and Sale Declaration (PWE).

All exhibitors must provide a National Vendors Declaration OR Transport Stock Statement.

All goats must carry a NLIS tag.


All animals must be free of external parasites.

All animals must be owned by the exhibitor.

Classes with only one entry may have the entry moved to an adjoining class (where appropriate).

Goats may be moved to another class at the discretion of the judge.

All stud animals over 12 months of age must be registered.

All stud animals must have a clear and legible identification.

Age is calculated at the date of the Show on a month-to-month basis

The wearing of white coats will be at the discretion of the Judge.

All exhibitors must remain seated unless otherwise instructed by the Judge. 

Exhibitors must not talk to the Judge during judging unless instructed by the Judge. 

Points awarded towards Angora of the Year.

It is a requirement in NSW for owners of livestock such as cattle, sheep, goats and pigs to have a Property Identification Code (PIC) when trading or moving these livestock.

A PIC is a unique eight-character number assigned by Local Land Services to properties with livestock. This property registration system allows for the tracing of livestock to assist with disease and chemical residue management.

To obtain a PIC you must complete an application form and lodge it with your Local Land Services office.

Application for a Property Identification Code

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