We have an assigned number of stalls because we are sharing the Pavilion
with sheep and goats. Once we assign all the stalls, that is it, there is
no provision for overflow. We love the energy a barn full of kids brings
to the show so it would be great to have full youth classes on Saturday
Our llama show is bringing in three judges for the weekend.
Rawna Hamann from Maple Valley, WA will be the fleece judge for
fleece-on and shorn fiber classes. We will also have a panel
discussion devoted to fleece on Friday afternoon at 4pm.
It is great to welcome back Joy Bishop (Wauseon, OH) and she will
be judging performance classes on Saturday and halter classes on
Sunday with Margaret Drew (Vacaville, CA).
To enter without penalty, postmark your paper entries or enter online by
Here are the links to download the 2023 catalog/show packet.
This is the Word
version, and if the paging is messed up in that
version, please down load the PDF
11 September UPDATE: I am working to have the OFFF show live on
Show Manager by later this week (14 Sept maybe?).
Please note that there are Issues with Show Manager
include the following:
First, ShowManager is not
handling that halter and performance are double shows and
fleece is a single show – the ILR per animal fee charged for
halter and performance animals will be wrong.
Second, if you are entering an
animal’s bagged fleece and also entering them for a
fleece-on evaluation, Show Manager will charge you for two
separate fleece classes rather than the “fleece package.”
Third, if you are entering youth
classes, the age break for intermediate to senior has been wrong
online. Please check the age breaks listed in the show packet.
I’m sorry that I am not able to get Show Manager to "roll
over and play dead." If you use the Registration Summary Form
from the packet, count all your classes carefully and add
all the fees, you will have an accurate total. Kirk will have
accurate invoices for you when you check in at the show. See
you in ALBANY and enjoy the rest of your summer! Hal
forms for entering shorn fleeces to be judged. These
are required for shorn fleece entries.
Information about shorn fleece and coat-on/fleece-on fiber
types including the "do's" and "dont's" of fiber
preparation for ILR judging.
As always, my thanks to Brandy
Chastain, the Festival Organizer, and the
OFFF Board for their support of our show and the Best
of Show Diamond Awards - you all are great to work
with and thanks for including the llamas in the Oregon
Flock & Fiber Festival !