SOUTHERN SELECT – FRIDAY & SATURDAY Presented by: M & M Alpaca
Farm of NC
CAROLINA ALPACA CELEBRATION – SATURDAY & SUNDAY
2-SHOWS – ONE WEEKEND, SAME LOCATION
Pursuant to the current Alpacas Show System Handbook rules:
A. An exhibitor or handler, including his/her immediate family
members, will be prohibited from personally showing in front of
a Judge if:
- They co-own an alpaca with the Judge.
- They are an immediate family member.
- They are a domestic partner.
- They are a business partner.
- They are an employee or employer of the Judge.
During the nine months prior to the show, he/she has received
from or paid to the Judge any fees, salary or any kind of
remuneration, including like-kind exchange or barter, for
selling, buying, or breeding any alpacas. The nine month
period also includes all commissions, compensation or salary,
directly paid to, or resulting from transactions to any
business entity that the Judge represents.
This nine-month period begins from the final date where fees,
salaries, or commissions were paid. For example, an owner and
his/her immediate family members who purchased an alpaca or a
breeding from a Judge where the Judge financed the purchase,
would not be eligible to show any alpacas in front of this
Judge until nine months after the final payment has been made.
NOTE: If the exhibitor is prohibited from personally showing
in front of the Judge, he/she may appoint a handler to show an
eligible alpaca on their behalf.
An exhibitor is prohibited from entering an alpaca’s fleece in a
Fleece Show if they co- own the alpaca with any Judge judging at
that Fleece Show.
An exhibitor is prohibited from showing fleeces in front of any
Judge, judging at that Fleece Show if:
They are an immediate family member of a Judge judging at that
They are a domestic partner of a Judge judging at that Fleece
They are an employee or employer of a Judge judging at that