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Mice are some of the smallest livestock that are shown competitively around the world. This has many advantages: more can be kept, they can be bred quickly and in large numbers and they are easy to handle. This section aims to help those interested in showing mice to learn about how this is done, and what sort of problems and situations they may encounter in the process.

Standards (The National Mouse Club, UK)

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Showing

Schedules Find out how to interpret a show schedule correctly and in which class to enter your mice.

What to Look for in a Winner - Selfs Hints and tips for selecting and showing the self varieties.

What to Look for in a Winner - Tans Hints and tips for selecting and showing the tan varieties.

What to Look for in a Winner - Marked Hints and tips for selecting and showing the marked varieties.

What to Look for in a Winner - Satins Hints and tips for selecting and showing the satin varieties.

What to Look for in a Winner - AOVs Hints and tips for selecting and showing the AOV varieties.

The Top Twenty - UK Points System Details and explanation of how the UK points system for top exhibitor works.

Show Preparation This article considers the kind of preparation needed for showing mice and offers tips and advice on methods.

Stewarding An article for those who are just starting to show mice who would like to steward in order to gain more experience.

The Unstandardised Mouse For those interested in unestablished varieties.

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