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WisAFF & GMAF Halter Shows

Register here for both halter shows

Registration Instructions


Online registration for the two halter shows opens January 1, 2024 and closes April 8, 2024. 

Late entries will not be accepted, and a fee of $25 will be charged for ANY substitutions after April 8, 2024. Registration cost is $46 per animal.


PayPal is the ONLY form of payment accepted. If you are having issues with submitting payments through PayPal please contact:

Kathy Nauta
Phone: 608-835-0504


All exhibitor disclosure forms, ARI certificates, Owner of Record Forms are now submitted electronically.

Provide AOA-required forms electronically when you register and then print a copy of each to bring to the show. The Owner of Record for Show Entry form (formerly Buyer’s Permission to Show form) may be needed to show an animal at an AOA-sanctioned show. This form is only used if an alpaca you are purchasing is registered to show and the AOA registration certificate for that alpaca is not yet in your name. 

In addition to these forms, bring along:

  • One copy of all paperwork - a disclosure for each show in which you are entered

  • Two copies of ARI Certificate for each competing animal, and one copy for any companions

  • All pertinent health paperwork

  • A functioning microchip in each alpaca



Stall fees are $150 for animal, display and vendor booths for GLAA members; $175 for nonmembers. There is a limit of four stalls, which include a display or vendor stall. Stall size is 12x12 with a maximum of four alpacas per stall. NO EXCEPTIONS. The  maximum number of animals entered per farm is 16. The floors in the stalls must be covered. No bare concrete floors are allowed. You will be provided with one bag of wood pellets per stall. Other bedding is allowed. Stall placement is based on a first-come, first-served basis, according to the date of registration. We have filled the facility in the past. 

Display stalls are intended to promote your farm with sales allowed in one stall. Farms wishing to sell products are required to have a Wisconsin Department of Revenue seller's permit or occasional sales exemption. Farm displays or vendor stalls must not extend into the aisle in order to comply with the fire code.  


All questions regarding stalling should be directed to Jerry & Wendy Campbell, Barn Managers, 715-597-2229 or

Health Requirements

A Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI), issued within 30 days prior to the conclusion of the show, is required of ALL animals entering the Alliant Energy Center and is required to check in. 

All alpacas must not show signs of infectious or contagious diseases. Any animal showing such signs will be asked to leave the facility immediately.


All alpacas present at the show must test negative PCR (or IV if dated before 1/1/2010) for BVDV. One test in the alpaca's lifetime is sufficient to ensure that it is not Persistently Infected  alpaca. The negative test must be stated on the CVI.


Check-in begins at noon Friday, April 26 and ends at 6 p.m. If you will be arriving later than 6 p.m., please call Jerry or Wendy Campbell at 715-597-2229 to let them know your approximate arrival time.


Alpacas are to be brought immediately to the show ring in the New Holland Pavilion 1 building where they will be vet-checked and color-checked. Please have two (2) copies of your CVI, with one to be retained by the show superintendent. If your alpaca is not microchipped or the microchip cannot be found, the vet will insert a microchip and you will be responsible for the cost at that time. You will not be invoiced by the show or the vet. No alpaca will be allowed in the venue without being microchipped.

Animals will be unloaded only at the marked entrances at the New Holland Pavilion 1 building. All vehicles must be moved from the area immediately following unloading. Please complete unloading within 30 minutes to allow others access. 


Jacob Hart will judge The Great Midwest Alpaca Festival Halter Show with Jude Anderson judging the Wisconsin Alpaca & Fiber Fest Halter Show and Laurel Shouvlin serving as the walking fleece judge.

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