The Kinder Goat Breeders Association is excited to announce the results of our very first online show! We had many exceptional Kinder goats entered in the show, and are extremely grateful to our judge, Kim Shunney, for sharing her wealth of knowledge and experience by taking the time to write editorials on each of her choices.
Online shows are not sanctioned by the KGBA for a number of reasons – first and foremost being that it is extremely difficult to judge a goat without seeing them move or being able to put your hands on them. A wonderful goat can place poorly in a class due to the angle of a photo or poor lighting. Major faults in another goat may not be as apparent in pictures. For this reason, online show results should always be taken for what they are – a good learning opportunity based on the very specific images that have been submitted, not the last word on any goat’s quality or value.
We thank those who submitted entries for making our first online show such a great success… it is an outstanding group of goats!
To view the submissions and results to the online show, please click the link below:
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