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MEAT GOAT SOCIETY

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Meat Goat Society

The Meat Goat Society is a member based entity that provides a member based community and a data base for breeders, to house information about the stock they raise. The membership will make decisions about the meat goat industry. The Meat Goat Society will provide a once a year National event for all to attend and discuss the current and prospective opportunities for the meat goat producer, and all goat producers as a whole. Join the Meat Goat Society today.

American Boer Goat Association

American Dairy Goat Association

The Most Trusted Dairy Goat Registry Since 1904

In addition to preserving pedigrees, maintaining herd books and sanctioning dairy goat shows, the American Dairy Goat Association has performance programs.

Dairy Goats and Humans

Goats and sheep are humankind’s oldest domesticated species dating back some 10,000 years. For thousands of years, goats have been used for their milk, meat, hair, and skins over much of the world. In the last century they have also gained  popularity as pets, pack animals, brush control for fire reduction and vegetation control for cities and communities in general.

International Fainting Goat Association

Registration Applications Contact
GLM Registry | 541-825-8580

More Information or Questions Contact
Erica Mevoli | 609-870-1588

The IFGA has three main goals. We aspire to promote, protect, and preserve the Fainting Goat.

We hold our values and guidelines to the highest standard in order to maintain the quality of this wonderful breed of goat. The IFGA requires a photo of your fainting goat in the down position in order to register your goat with our organization. The animal must also meet breed standards as explained in our registration guidelines on our web site. We strive to keep this American breed of goat as pure as we possibly can, therefore we are truly making an effort to preserve and protect the breed.

At this time the fainting goat is on the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy Conservation list; officially declaring the fainting goat a rare breed and placing them on their “watch” list. There is thought to be around ten thousand of these goats in the world. Over the last twenty years the fainting goat’s numbers have increased partially due to the efforts of the IFGA members.

New River Valley Sheep and Goat Club

New River Valley Sheep and Goat Club

Our members believe the importance and value of sheep and goats to the economic health and agricultural diversity of our communities, as well as our responsibility to educate the general public regarding issues related to farming, working with animals, and rural economic development.
The Club has three main areas in its mission: 
Support our Sheep and Goat Farmers: We feel a strong responsibility to support our members, those who are established producers of sheep and goats as well as to guide and encourage our young members and future farmers.  Support includes our mentoring program, marketing our members’ sheep & goats (generally our members receive higher prices through collectively shipping large tractor trailer loads to New Holland, PA), and holding field trips, farm tours and educational meetings.
Support our Artisan Members:  It is important to support value added production as a vital component to rural economic development as well as improving public education on the value of raising these animals.  Our talented member artisans create products such as fiber arts (including handspun yarns, knitted and felted items, and wearable art and clothing), as well as goat milk utilized in soaps and lotions.  The Club provides funding for members’ participation in festivals and crafts fairs as well as organizing bus trips to large events. 
Preserve our Farming Community:   The Club’s geographical region has moved from tobacco production, to cattle, and there is great potential for the next wave in farming to be sheep and goat production. It is vitally important to maintain our green spaces and provide viable financial opportunities to the community.

North American Savanna Association

San Clemente Island Goat Breeders Association

Sustain.  Conserve.  Inspire.

The San Clemente Island Goat Breeders Association (SCIGBA) is a member driven non-profit dedicated to creating a genetically diverse, sustainable population of San Clemente Island Goats.  The SCIGBA provides breeders a stake in the future of the breed.  By the Breeders.  For the Breeders.  For our Goats.

Our hope is to preserve this breed for future generations.

Over one third of North America’s livestock and poultry breeds are rare or in decline. These breeds represent genetic diversity which may one day be needed to overcome future problems and ensure food security. Once numbering at approximately 20,000, our goal is to protect these now critically endangered goats.

Spanish Goat Association

More Information or Questions Contact

Write Us:

260 Redbud Lake Rd

Lexington, TN 38351

731-845-1104

spanishgoatassoc@yahoo.com

The Spanish Goat Association holds values and guidelines to the highest standard in order to maintain the quality of this wonderful breed of goat. The association requires a photo of your Spanish goat in order to register your goat with our organization. The animal must also meet breed standards as explained in our registration guidelines on our web site. We strive to keep this American breed of goat as pure as we possibly can, therefore we are truly making an effort to preserve and protect the breed.

At this time the Spanish goat is on the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy Conservation list; officially declaring the Spanish goat a rare breed and placing them on their “watch” list. There is thought to be around eight thousand of these goats in the world. Over the last several years the Spanish goat’s numbers have increased due to the efforts of the dedicated breeders and the amazing traits this breed brings to so many.

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