Boer Goats Judging Results


A SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR JUDGES!
EVAN SNYDER and SPENCER SCOTTEN


Supreme Champion
Doe
Aiden Hohenwarter, Farmington 4-H

JUDGES COMMENTS
“For supreme overall we had a good set of does to choose from for us we really thought the commercial doe was the one that best combined look and balance with extra stoutness so we like her to win.”

Supreme Champion
Buck
Jessica Holloway
Linden Peters 4-H

JUDGES COMMENTS
Only a single entry in the buck division but one that is opened up and stout and still offers some length and look from the side.

Reserve Supreme Champion
Doe
Khloe Lombardo
New Jerusalem 4-H

JUDGES COMMENTS
“For reserve we thought the one who followed our champion the closest from a quality standpoint was the other commercial doe so we elected to use her for reserve.”

Champion
Percentage Doe
Aiden Hohenwarter
Farmington 4-H

JUDGES COMMENTS
“We like J2 to win the percentage does. She’s super wide chested, big bodied and good balanced from the profile.”

Reserve Champion
Percentage Doe
Magen Caldwell
Tokay Colony 4-H

JUDGES COMMENTS
“We like H01 for reserve percentage she follows the champion the best in terms of body and a having a practical look and structure. Compared to the champion she gives up some width and stoutness.”

Champion
Fullblood Doe
Aiden Hohenwarter
Farmington 4-H

JUDGES COMMENTS
“We like J8 for champion. She’s the long necked high quality doe that offers the neatest look from the profile.”

Reserve Champion
Fullblood Doe
Magen Caldwell
Tokay Colony 4-H

JUDGES COMMENTS
“We like J117 for reserve. Shes stout boned and good bodied. She isn’t as cool fronted or good looking as the champion.”

Champion
Fullblood Buck
Jessica Holloway
Linden Peters 4-H

JUDGES COMMENTS
“Only a single entry in the buck division but one that is opened up and stout and still offers some length and look from the side.”

Champion
Commercial Doe
Aiden Hohenwarter
Farmington 4-H

JUDGES COMMENTS
“In a really competitive commercial doe division we landed on the black headed doe tag 0986 for champion. She’s opened up and really square built. Propped up this doe has a really neat look as well.”

Reserve Champion
Commercial Doe
Khloe Lombardo
New Jerusalem 4-H

JUDGES COMMENTS
“For reserve there’s a few ways we could go but we ended up choosing the solid red doe tag 0012. She is ultra high quality and awesome in her balance and look. She’s not quite as heavy boned or as stout as our champion but still super good.”

Class Placings


PERCENTAGE DOES, JUNIOR – 2 TO UNDER 6 MONTHS

NameTattooClass Placing
Rose McPhee, Linden FFAJ 51
Zorah Mitchell, East Union FFA1642

PERCENTAGE DOES, JUNIOR – 6 TO UNDER 12 MONTHS

NameTattooClass Placing
Kaylee Garrett, IndependentCATHBS20071
Zorah Mitchell, East Union FFA1682
Zorah Mitchell, East Union FFA1673

PERCENTAGE DOES, YEARLING – 12 TO UNDER 24 MONTHS

NameTattooClass Placing
Aiden Hohenwarter, Farmington 4-HJ21
Magen Caldwell, Tokay Colony 4-HH012
Sarah Booth, Independent1106 / J6473
Sarah Booth, Independent1105 / J6454
Sarah Booth, Independent1107 / J6465

FULLBLOOD DOES, JUNIOR – 2 TO UNDER 6 MONTHS

NameTattooClass Placing
Sarah Booth, Independent1304 / K011

FULLBLOOD DOES, JUNIOR – 6 TO UNDER 12 MONTHS

NameTattooClass Placing
Aniah Raya, Merrill West FFA83891

FULLBLOOD DOES, YEARLING – 12 TO UNDER 24 MONTHS

NameTattooClass Placing
Aiden Hohenwarter, Farmington 4-HJ81
Magen Caldwell, Tokay Colony 4-HJ1172
Rylee Towle, Merrill West FFALE-NLC RE-J53

FULLBLOOD DOES, SENIOR – 24 TO OVER 36 MONTHS

NameTattooClass Placing
Jessica Holloway, Linden Peters 4-HH571

FULLBLOOD BUCKS, YEARLING – 12 TO UNDER 24 MONTHS

NameTattooClass Placing
Jessica Holloway, Linden Peters 4-HH101

COMMERCIAL DOES

In a really competitive commercial doe division we landed on the black headed doe tag 0986 for champion. She’s opened up and really square built. Propped up this doe has a really neat look as well. For reserve there’s a few ways we could go but we ended up choosing the solid red doe tag 0012. She is ultra high quality and awesome in her balance and look. She’s not quite as heavy boned or as stout as our champion but still super good. Third overall is super striking from the profile and as attractive as anything but step in behind and she closes up to her pinset and needs a shot more power. Fourth overall is another super high quality doe that is really nice balanced but like the doe in third she gets a bit plainer in her muscle shape and too soft on her pasterns. Fifth overall does have more power and real dimension compared to 3 and 4 but she turns her hock in from behind and could use a bit more bone for us. Sixth overall is super solid and complete and we like her body shape but she’s not as neat in her look as 3 and 4 and not as stout as 5 so she lacks some of the extras needed to push into the top 5. 7th overall is really good from her hip forward and her rib and body shape is good but from there back she gets a bit steep out of her hip and it throws off her balance. 8th overall is as opened up and stout as any in the lineup but she is a bit shorter and plainer fronted and is a bit straight in her hock for us. 9th overall is square built and opened up but runs downhill from the profile and needs to be taller shouldered and neater up front. To round out a really competitive top ten we have a doe that is great bodied and really balanced from the profile but when we get a top view she is too plain in her muscle shape and a bit flatter out of her hip.

NameEar TagClass Placing
Aiden Hohenwarter, Farmington 4-HCAHNJ 09861
Khloe Lombardo, New Jerusalem 4-HCa1892400122
Carly Castello, Tracy FFACA15383-2263
Carly Castello, Tracy FFACA15383-2324
Aiden Hohenwarter, Farmington 4-HTX17648 18375
Emma Graham, Oak View 4-H18586
Khloe Lombardo, New Jerusalem 4-HCa1764990607
Kayla Rocha, Tracy FFA9058
Jaylene Brown, Live Oak 4-H1139
Emma Graham, Oak View 4-H194610