I'm trying to get a dairy sheep section in our local fair for the 4-Hers. I'm wondering, though, about wool length. For the wool breeds they're asked to have 90 days growth, for meat they want them slick sheared. Makes sense on a dairy ewe to have her fairly wool free, but at the same time the goal is to have a 3-pay animal, so while wool may not be as important as carcass it should still come into play. (On my sheep, at least.) So what do you think? 90 days on a Romney is a pretty good length of wool, but not so much on a Suffolk (who tends to be more along the milking type.) Is it still possible to see your sheep's body type with 90 days growth? Is her udder still easily seen/attended to? Or should I just forgo the wool when it comes to judging a type class like this?