We report on the progress of a search for disoriented chiral condensates (DCCs) in the far forward region at sqrt(s)=1.8 TeV. MiniMax is a small collider experiment situated at the C0 interaction region of the Tevatron and has been designed to measure the ratio of charged to neutral pions produced at eta near 4.1. The distribution of this ratio is expected to be very different for the generic binomial and DCC particle production models. We present a method used for the search using the factorial moments of particle generating functions, which can be extracted directly from the data. A preliminary comparison of robust ratios of measured values and those expected from the different models is also presented.