Hi, my name is Josey Clem. I’m from the Stoney Creek Ramblers 4-H Club. I’m going to show how to get your goat prepped for show for 4-H or anything. What you’re going to look for to get your goat is that you’re going to look for a nice quality goat. Like my goat, she’s got nice length in her legs. She’s got a nice length in her back. She’s got a nice width around her barrel. She’s got a nice head. She’ll develop more for fair, and she’ll get nice and big. She’ll do pretty good at the show. To get your goat ready for fair, right before it, you’re going to want to wash them. So, what I do is I get whitening shampoo. I’ll take it and put them on the stand, so that way they get used to the stand, and you’ll get your whitening shampoo and put it on them. You’ll scrub them, and then you’ll take a hose or something and spray them down so they can get nice and clean and you’ll get all the soap off. After you’ve given them a bath, you’re going to want to get yourself a blower.The blower is bascially an industrial hairdryer. Turn it on, and you’ll blow them down. Just make sure you get all the water off, so that way they’re not getting shavings all over them and stuff sticking to the water. So in the mornings, I’ll come out, feed them, give them about a half-hour to eat and digest, and then I’ll come back out here and run around with them, just to get them some exercise. Then, in the afternoons, I’ll come out here and walk them for a bit, and then I’ll put them on the stand so they get used to it. Then, I’ll feed them their evening meal. What I feed them on a daily basis is just this mixture of two different foods. It’s easier to mix things so that they get different kinds of nutrients from different feeds. Usually, you’ll have two different collars. You’ll have your show collar, which is this one, and this is your nice collar that you’ll use only for showing. You’ll use it every once in a while before show, just to get them used to it. The spikes don’t hurt them at all, they just help keep them so that they are nice and they look better.But this is more your everyday collar, just for walking them around and getting them used to being walked and everything. Thanks for listening, and good luck at fair! .