We had a reasonable turn-out of kids for the youth classes
in 2019 but we have space for more! Let you llama friends
know about the show and arrange your schedule to be in
ALBANY the 25th and 26th of September. We love the energy a
barn full of kids brings to the show so start planning now
and get out on the obstacles with your llama!
Our llama show is bringing in three judges for the weekend.
Gogi Villanueva from Medford 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.
Maryan and Wally Baker (Rancho Mirage, CA) will judge
performance classes on Saturday and halter classes on
The ILR Western Championship is back thanks to
Debby Gremmels! Thanks for your efforts Debby! A dinner is
being organized for Saturday evening - more details will be
These links will give you the 2021 catalog/show packet.
Here is the 2021 show packet for download, this is
version, and if the paging is messed up in that
version, please down load the PDF
Living in interesting times, of course that means
COVID. This statement is from the OFFF Board:
At this point Oregon is under a
mask mandate for indoor spaces. OFFF will be complying with
Oregon and Expo Center requirements that are in place at the
time of the festival. There will be no debate.
If you do not feel that you can
comply, with the mandates in place at the time of the
festival, you might want to sit this one out. This is not
only OFFF’s position, but the Expo Center has protocol that
must be followed; you can read the details here:
Although everyone must make their
own decisions about getting vaccinated, we would like to
encourage you to get vaccinated before attending OFFF. In
addition, if you are feeling ill, please do not attend; we
want to make sure everyone in attendance stays well.
The OFFF Board appreciates your
cooperation as we move through these unusual times.
17 August UPDATE: The OFFF show is now live on
ShowManager. I updated things in ShowManager and Susan from
the ILR office opened the show so you can now register.
Please note that there are Issues with ShowManager
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, ShowManager will charge you for two
separate fleece classes rather than the “fleece package.”
Third, if you want an animal to
compete for the Versatility Award (and they are in a halter
class, fleece class, and at least one performance class),
look for class #99 – ShowManager labeled it as “Composite”
and I can’t change the name.
I’m sorry that I am not able to get ShowManager 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. I 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 !