Goat Show Questionaire
The International Dairy Goat Registry is currently working on a Show and Appraisal program (both online and live shows). We welcome all input from those who have judged livestock as well as those who raise livestock. With any system, there are flaws. Our goal is to improve the current show system to give the best value to those interested in evaluating their animals through shows and appraisal programs. Your help is greatly appreciated.

If you want to contact us directly, you can send us an email at idgregistry@gmail.com

Name/ Email (optional)
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Do you show or judge goats?
Which organizations have you (currently or in the past) participated in showing or exhibiting animals? please list
Example: ADGA, AGS, NDGA, MDGA, NPGA, BGS, FFA, 4H, etc
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Which type of show have you participated in?
Show Judging- Please rank the following areas on a scale of 1 to 9
1 is low; 9 is high
Overall satisfaction with current show format
very dissatisfied
very satisfied
Value of judging to breeder/owner in evaluating individual animal's value
not worth it
worth its weight in gold
Value of judging to breeder/owner in assessing individual animal's strengths and weaknesses in relation to productivity and longevity
not worth it
worth its weight in gold
Value of judging to breeder/owner in guiding improvements in breeding strategy
not worth it
worth its weight in gold
Value of judging to breeder/owner in directly improving value of animals (increased wins=increased revenue)
not worth it
worth its weight in gold
Value of training as a judge (improved knowledge, etc)
not worth it
worth its weight in gold
Have you ever participated in a linear appraisal program
Linear Appraisal- Please rate the following areas on a scale of 1 to 9
1 is low, 9 is high
Overall satisfaction with linear appraisal format
very dissatisfied
very satisfied
Value of linear appraisal to breeder/owner in evaluating animal's value
not worth it
worth its weight in gold
Value of linear appraisal to breeder/owner in assessing individual animal's strengths and weaknesses in relation to productivity and longevity
not worth it
worth its weight in gold
Value of linear appraisal to breeder/owner in guiding improvements in breeding strategy
not worth it
worth its weight in gold
Value of linear appraisal to breeder/owner in directly improving value of animals (score influences revenue)
not worth it
worth its weight in gold
Value of training for Appraisers (improved knowledge)
not worth it
worth its weight in gold
In Your Own Words
Please tell us ways that the judging/appraisal system can be improved for both judge and exhibitor. How can we improve the value of the program for all those involved? Be as specific as you like.
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In what ways are shows/appraisals serving your needs? What things are working and should be kept.
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