Speakers 2022

During the week, June 1st – 4th, we have a great line up of speakers and live demonstrations.

There are several breed speakers on June 4, prior to the sale at 4:00 pm.


Special Thank You to Dr. Homero Salinas-Gonzalez, Lincoln University and Jennifer Lutes, University of Missouri Extension, for working with the Midwest Buck Sale, to plan and schedule the speaking and live demonstrations all week.


Midwest Goat Producers Course

Three day course with a certificate of completion. You may attend one, two, or all three days.

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Market Youth Goat Camp Instructor, June 1-3, 9:00 am daily

Terry Burks:

Professional Livestock-man, Educator, and Speaker

Terry is a retired Professor of English Studies from Chifeng University in The People’s Republic of China.  Prior to that, he was employed by the Kentucky Department of Agriculture in the Division of Show and Fair Promotion where he served as the educational coordinator, swine show director and worked as a federal goat grader.  Terry taught adult agriculture for 8 years in the Kentucky Community College system.  Terry was also the owner of Dynasty Meat Goats.

Terry grew up showing Simmental cattle and was extremely active in the American Junior Simmental Association.

Terry received his Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in the area of Animal Science from Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

Terry has judged over 900 Junior and open livestock shows in 42 states.  Some of his shows include Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, San Angelo, Austin, Waco, The North American International, The American Royal, The National Western, The Great Western, The Cow Palace, The Dixie National, Aksarben, Tulsa, the Oklahoma Youth Expo, The Arizona National, The Pennsylvania Farm Show, The Fall Classic and the Belt Buckle Bonanza.  He has judged State Fairs in Texas, Kentucky, Tennessee, Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Louisiana, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, West Virginia, Kansas, New Mexico, Idaho, Nevada, Arizona, Oregon, California and Alaska.  Terry has also judged numerous County, Regional and Jackpot shows nationwide. 

Terry Burks

Terry is a certified judge with the American Boer Goat Association, the former American Meat Goat Association and the American Dorper Sheep Association

Terry has served on numerous judging committees across the US including the National 4-H, Jr. College and Sr. College Contests at the NAILE, as well as serving as the sheep/goat chairman for the National FFA Livestock Judging CDE. 

Terry has spoken to numerous youth and adult organizations related to goat production and has conducted numerous judging and fitting clinics for all species across the United States. Terry and his wife Alice live in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

Speaking date and topic to be announced

D. Phillip Sponenberg, DVM, PhD:

D. Phillip Sponenberg, DVM, PhD

Professor, Pathology and Genetics

Virgnia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine

Honors most recently include: Honorary Member, American College of Theriogenology 2017. Distinguished Alumnus, Texas A&M University 2019. Virginia Tech Alumni Award for Excellence in International Outreach. 2019

Clinical Service duties include diagnostic histopathology and necropsy. Didactic teaching includes reproductive and endocrine pathology, domestication and genetic resources, veterinary genetics and small ruminant medicine. Service roles have included Director of Student Affairs and Advisor to Student Chapter of the American Veterinary Medical Association.

Research interests include pathology and genetics. Genetic work includes single gene diseases in domesticated animals, and color in domesticated animals. Active research includes the conservation and history of domesticated animal genetic resources.

Publications include thirteen books such as Equine Color Genetics (four editions), An Introduction to Heritage Breeds, Managing Breeds for a Secure Future), 33 chapters of books (including some on pathology, others on genetics), 118 refereed journal publications, 19 invited papers, and 439 publications in the lay press (these concern genetics, and the history and conservation of rare breeds of livestock).

Service roles include technical advisor for the Livestock Conservancy, a not-for-profit organization working to conserve genetic resources of livestock species in North America. This work involves the identification of livestock genetic resources, as well as their phenotypic and historic characterization. Work includes the development of conservation strategies for those breeds that are rare. He also serves as registrar for Pineywoods cattle and Karakachan dogs.

Specific breed conservation work has involved the development of breeding plans for rare breeds, including the rescue and recovery of some in danger of immediate extinction (Pineywoods Cattle, Randall Lineback Cattle, Milking Devon Cattle, American Cream Draft Horses, Spanish Goats, Leicester Longwool Sheep, Golden Guernsey Goats, Choctaw Horses, others). Defining and saving local breeds and landraces is a specific interest. Participation in the hemispheric “Red CONBIAND” has put these ideas and practices out to a wide international audience

education:          BS, Texas A&M University, 1975

                           DVM, Texas A&M University, 1976

                           PhD, Cornell University, 1979

Dr. Sponenberg

Midwest Goat Production Course June 1-3 Organizer and Speaker

Dr. Homero Salinas-Gonzalez

Area(s) of Specialization

State Extension and Research Specialist – Small Ruminant

Dr. Homero Salinas-Gonzalez is Assistant Professor and State Extension-Research Specialist on Small Ruminant at Lincoln University. With a Doctor of Animal Science in Autonomous University Nuevo Leon, and Dairy Science Master degree in The Penn State University.

Planting annuals and warm-season grasses

Marketing your products Moderator

FAMACHA training

Dr. Homero Salinas-Gonzalez is Assistant Professor and State Extension-Research Specialist on Small Ruminant at Lincoln University. With a Doctor of Animal Science in Autonomous University Nuevo Leon, and Dairy Science Master degree in The Penn State University. He has more than 30 years working on small ruminants, pastures, and forages research, with more than 56 pre-reviewed journal papers on forage production and animal utilization, the sustainability of goat production systems, pasture management, farmers’ participative research techniques, and strategic planning for innovation. Dr. Salinas has spoken in national and international conferences in more than 20 countries, teaches at undergraduate and graduate levels.

  • Dr. Homero Salinas
  • Assistant Professor, Extension State Specialist
  • Cooperative Extension & Research. Animal Science. Small Ruminants
  • College of Agriculture, Environmental and Human Sciences
  • Lincoln University of Missouri
  • 110 A Allen Hall | 900 Chestnut Street | Jefferson City, MO 65101
  • Phone: (573) 681-5169  |  Fax: (573) 681-5881
  • Email: salinas-gonzalezh@lincolnu.edu



Midwest Goat Production Course June 1-3 Organizer and Speaker

Jennifer Lutes – University of MO, MU Extension & Agricultural Business

Meat goats economic outlook

Marketing your products Moderator

County Engagement Specialist for MU Extension & Agricultural Business 

Counselor for Missouri SBDC for Agriculture, Food and Forestry

Jennifer Lutes is a Field Specialist in Agricultural Business & Policy with the University of Missouri (MU) Extension. While located in McDonald County, Missouri, her work extends across the state. With a background in Agricultural Economics and Animal Sciences, Mrs. Lutes works with farms and agricultural businesses to improve their economic outlook and thus improve their families for generations to come.

Jennifer has a deep understanding of sheep and goat production practices and how they relate to farm profitability, which she uses to educate livestock producers. In addition to farm level production, Mrs. Lutes also studies state, national, and international sheep and goat markets to provide market expectations for local producers.   

In addition to her work with sheep and goats, Mrs. Lutes is the team lead for MU Extension’s Value-added Meats team that works closely with farmers and meat processors to expand local meat options in Missouri. The work of expanding the local processors is a new passion for Mrs. Lutes.

She understands typical profit margins for livestock producers and expanding local meats is one way to improve these margins; diversifying the farm with multiple livestock species is another. Combining livestock diversification and multiple marketing streams helps to provide financial resilience to Missouri’s livestock farmers.

Jennifer Lutes

Field Specialist in Agricultural Business & Policy

College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources | MU Extension

P.O. Box 336 | Pineville MO 64856

O: 417-223-4775 | E: lutesjl@missouri.edu 


USDA Scrapie Program and Import/Export Regulation

Charlotte Clifford-Rathert, DVM, Federal Field Veterinarian, USDA-APHIS

Scrapies & import/export regulation

Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
U.S. Department of Agriculture

Important changes in the recording of goats and sheep moving within and out of state.

Dr. Clifford-Rathert will speak about the changes in the USDA-APHIS Scrapie Eradication program and update the National Animal Health Monitoring System information on goats.

Dr. Charlotte Clifford-Rathert is a 1992 graduate of the University Of Missouri College Of Veterinary Medicine.  She received her Bachelor of Science, in Animal Science from the University of Nevada, Reno in 1981.  

Dr. Charlotte practiced in a mixed animal practice in Central Missouri until joining Lincoln University in November 2007 as the Missouri State Small Ruminant Specialist with an extension/research appointment.  Her research focused on the development of efficient and economical herd management practices (browsing and parasite management) and embryonic loss in goats.    

She was a contributor to the eXtension Goat Community of Practice until 2019.   In September 2015 she joined USDA APHIS Veterinary Services as a term VMO for Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza Response Team being deployed to Indiana HPAI and Missouri LPAI in 2016. 

In 2017 she accepted a permanent position with USDA APHIS VS serving the East Central Missouri district.  In addition to her regulatory field work, she assists the Veterinary Export Trade Services (VETS) with Animal Product Export endorsements, Live Animal Export and Import inspections. 

She still enjoys raising a small herd of goats with her husband in Ashland, MO.  She enjoys spending time with her husband, two daughters and soon to be son-in-laws.

We look forward to her speaking about the USDA Scrapie eradication program and other updates on the current goat study.

Familiarize yourself with the USDA website. Here is the link for that. CLICK HERE

How is the U.S. Goat Industry Growing? (June 2020 report) click here



Scrapie Eradication Program, USDA-APHIS


Dr. Ye Su

Exportation of Goats

Dr. Ye Su

Assistant professor in Agribusiness at Lincoln University of Missouri.


PhD in Agricultural and Applied Economics, University of Missouri, Columbia MO

MS in Food Science, University of Maryland, College Park MD

BE in Food Science and Engineering, Southwest University, Chongqing China

Lincoln University of Missouri

311 Foster Hall, Lincoln University of Missouri, Jefferson City, MO 65101

Email: suy@linclonu.edu      Phone: 573-681-5370

Dr.Ye Su is an assistant professor in Agribusiness at Lincoln University of Missouri. She earned her PhD in Agricultural Economics from the University of Missouri. Her current research focuses on consumer preference for Missouri local food and Missouri Grown products, producers’ challenges and barriers to participating in the local food market, and the supply chain of the local food system.

Dr. Ye Su is also interested in community development, especially in low-income regions, providing services and support to socially disadvantaged and beginning farmers regarding price, marketing, and risk management.

Learn more about Dr. Ye Su’s awards & honors, writings, academic services, presentations, and conference papers, click here

Lincoln University, Missouri

311 Foster Hall, Lincoln University of Missouri, Jefferson City, MO 65101

Email: suy@linclonu.edu      Phone: 573-681-5370

Dairy Youth Goat Camp Instructor, June 1-3, 9:00 am daily

Shannon Ellis

Basic Showmanship: The Rules, The Moves, and the Tips

Shannon Ellis has been a mathematics teacher in Chrisman, Illinois for eleven years. She and her family have bred and owned LaMancha dairy goats since 1983, under the herd name Robin-Wood, originally based in Terre Haute, Indiana.

Shannon has been devoted to assisting youth in the dairy goat project for over 25 years. She herself has two ADGA National Youth Showmanship wins, and has passed her knowledge on to many state and ADGA National Youth Showmanship winners. Her document, “Basic Showmanship: The Rules, The Moves, and the Tips”, has been distributed nationwide and is the standard used in ADGA Judges Training. Shannon continues to contribute to the dairy goat youth project by conducting showmanship and fitting seminars in the Midwest, and judging local 4-H and FFA shows.

Boer Goat Congress Judge 2022


Dakota Arthur

Dakota Arthur grew up on a horse and cattle ranch. She has previously owned and shown Boer goats (market and breeding stock) for 10 years. She exhibited the first meat goat to sell in the Missouri State Fair Sale of Champions in 2004. She has also exhibited horses, cattle, market hogs and market lambs.

Dakota graduated from Missouri State University with a bachelors in Animal Science and Agricultural Business. She received her Masters from Missouri State University in Plant Science. She works for DVAuction/National Beef Wire.

Dakota has a passion for agriculture and enjoys spending time on the farm. Her and her boyfriend also stay active with fox hound competitions. She is excited to be able to be one of the judges for the Boer Goat and Colored Congresses.

Midwest Buck Sale: June 4, 4:00 pm live and streamed online


Toby Williamson, Elkton, MO

Toby Williamson, a 2003 graduate of Wheatland R-2 schools, Wheatland, MO and self-taught auctioneer was born and raised in Elkton, MO. He lives on his paternal grandparents farm where he raises commercial cattle and registered quarter horses. Toby is excited to be the auctioneer for this years Midwest Buck Sale

Spanish Goat Association, June 4

Spanish Goat Association

Spanish Goat Association (non-profit)

SpanishGoat.Org (only one Spanish Goat)

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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.

More Information or Questions Contact

Spanish Goat Association

260 Redbud Lake Rd

Lexington, TN 38351



International Fainting Goat Association June 4


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

Registration Applications Contact
GLM Registry | 541-825-8580


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.

The Tennessee Fainting goat is known by a number of names such as Stiff-leg, Nervous, Wooden-leg, and Scare Goat. They are generally a medium size breed. Their breed type is determined by distinctive head and facial features along with body conformation and an inherited muscle condition called myotonia congenita. This inherited trait leads to an increase in their overall muscle mass. Young animals should show visible signs of increased muscle mass and this increased muscle mass becomes more apparent as the animal matures. Fainting goats should be stocky, with obvious width for height. Their body is full, wide, and deep with heavy muscling evident throughout. They are alert, good-natured animals with a conformation that is smooth and functional.

San Clemente Island Goat Breeders June 4

Meet the San Clemente Island Goat Breeders Association and sign up to become a member. click here

Meet the Breeders June (to be announced)

Speakers: Saturday June 4 after lunch (see schedule)

San Clemente Island Goats are traditionally a miniature breed known for the characteristic brown & black “San Clemente” pattern displayed by most and an uncommonly fine boned, deer like frame. They are a hardy, self-sufficient breed. which are genetically unique.

The current domesticated herds are descendant of feral herds which roamed San Clemente Island, CA from 1875 until removed in the early 1980’s.

San Clemente Island Goats are a multi-purpose breed which can be utilized for dairy, meat, brush clearing, and potentially fiber. They produce creamy high butterfat milk and a good dress percentage.

Please visit the San Clemente island Goat Breeders website for more information, CLICK HERE

Contract grazing – Field Days Speaker June 2

Margaret Chamas – Goats On The Go KCMO & Storm Dancer Farm

Margaret Chamas – Storm Dancer Farm LLC

Goats On The Go® KCMO

(607) 220-4703



Bio:After a 4-H career with dairy goats, Margaret pursued animal science degrees at Cornell University and Iowa State, focusing on ruminant nutrition and grazing research.  She currently owns Storm Dancer Farm, a pastured livestock operation, whose main enterprise is Goats On The Go KCMO – a targeted grazing business using herds of goats to naturally control weeds and brush.  She breeds oberhasli, alpine, and experimental dairy goats under the Storm Dancer herd name.

Dual Purpose Goat Project June 4

Dual Purpose Goat Project

What is the Dual Purpose Goat Project?

Facebook Group


Dual Purpose Goat Project LLC 

PO Box 560 

Johnson Creek, WI 53038


The Dual Purpose Goat Project is a group of breeders dedicated to breeding a better dual purpose goat using data collection to make educated breeding decisions to improve both the milk and meat ability of the goat. These data markers have shown over time to produce an efficient goat that milks well and has the ability to raise meaty kids that are ready for market quickly. The project was designed to record these animals, record the data and educate others to use this data to breed a better dual purpose goat. 

Together, the founders have over 25 years experience improving their herds using specific data markers that have been tracked over generations. These markers can then be used to make better breeding decisions to reliably produce animals that are more efficient, milk better, have faster growth rates and are overall more productive. 

We are not a breed registry, but instead a performance-based organization. We do not discriminate based on breed and are open to all goats that wish to improve upon dual purpose ability. We accept purebred or crossbred goats, goats that are already recorded with another bred organization or not registered at all. The goal is to make your goat the best goat it can be no matter what the breed or bloodlines. Everyone is welcome. Come join us!

Body Condition Scoring and Feeding

Patrick Davis – University of Missouri

Demo – Body condition scoring & feeding

MU Extension Regional Livestock Field Specialist

Patrick Davis,

MU Extension – Regional Livestock Field Specialist

Stockton, Mo.

Davis serves as the MU Extension Regional Livestock Field Specialist for the counties of Cedar, Dade, Barton, Vernon and St. Clair.  His educational background is in the area of cattle reproduction and ruminant nutrition with B.S. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Missouri-Columbia and a M.S. degree from Oklahoma State University.  During his 10-year career with MU Extension, he has focused on educational programming in the areas of livestock nutrition and reproduction management with an emphasis in cattle and small ruminants.  In recent years, he has worked closely with MU Extension and Lincoln University colleagues to provide numerous educational opportunities in the areas of sheep and goat nutrition and production management.  During these efforts he has given presentations in the area sheep and goat nutritional management.   

Hay production, storage, and feeding

Gene Schmitz – University of Missouri

Hay production, storage, and feeding

Gene received his BS from Kansas State University in Animal Science in 1982 and his MS from the University of Missouri-Columbia in Animal Science in 1989.

Gene received his BS from Kansas State University in Animal Science in 1982 and his MS from the University of Missouri-Columbia in Animal Science in 1989.  Gene has spent 32 years in Extension programming in Iowa, Missouri and Colorado. 

His programming efforts have focused on ruminant nutrition and pasture and forage management issues.  In addition to stockpiled tall fescue grazing demonstrations, he has worked with colleagues to conduct hay field fertilization research and demonstration projects with bermuda grass, tall fescue, novel endophyte tall fescue, and several native warm season grass species to evaluate the impact of fertilization on yield and forage quality parameters.

Kidding and Being Prepared

Dr. Mohan Acharya – Lincoln University

Kidding and being prepared. Goat maternity and kid care.

Dr. Mohan Acharya – Lincoln University

Extension State Specialist for Lincoln University of Missouri

Dr. Mohan Acharya graduated with a Bachelor in Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry from Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science, Chitwan, Nepal in 2010. After completion of bachelor’s degree, he worked in a non-government organization for rabies control until April 2012 and then came to the U.S.

Dr. Mohan Acharya completed his Master’s degree from the University of Arkansas, Animal Science Department with a research focus on small ruminant nutrition and parasitology in 2014. He received his PhD from the same university in 2017; in which, he focused on development of optimal semen extenders, storage temperatures, and artificial insemination in sheep. He also worked on other projects that involved testing endocrine markers to correlate reproductive performance in sheep.

From 2017 to 2021 Dr. Mohan Acharya worked as a post-doctoral researcher at USDA ARS Booneville, AR and USDA ARS Fayetteville, AR. During first two years, he was involved in planning, conducting experiments to identify and understand the mode of action of antibiotic alternatives.

During his second phase, Dr. Mohan Acharya worked Dr. Joan Burke with research focus on finding factors that limit off season breeding in ewes.

Goat Diseases & Medicine Box and Marketing Your Products

Dr. Chris Baughman – Lincoln University

Marketing your products

Goat diseases & medicine box

Christopher R Baughman, DVM, Assistant Professor at Lincoln University of Missouri, Jefferson City MO, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine: University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine Columbia, MO 2001, the Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Truman State University Kirksville, MO with Animal Science Minor: Biology 1997.

Christopher R Baughman, DVM, Assistant Professor at Lincoln University of Missouri, Jefferson City MO, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine: University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine Columbia, MO 2001, the Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Truman State University Kirksville, MO with Animal Science Minor: Biology 1997.

Dr. Baughman has participated as Guest Lecturer at University of Missouri – Columbia Spring 2017 and 2018, with the lectures on animal health, vaccination programs, bio security, and other health topics for Beef Production class.

The professional experience is as Associate Veterinarian at Green Hills Veterinary Clinic, Moberly, MO (April 2010-June 2020) with the responsibilities: Provided client herd health services to improve animal health and productivity.  Consulted on management practices and administered medical treatments for cow-calf, small ruminant and equine clients. Completed regulatory procedures for disease monitoring and prevention.

Performed health examinations, medical diagnostics, surgical services, vaccinations, and behavior services for small and large animal clients. Help to advanced pain control and animal welfare in the practice.

Participated in mentoring and advising of students from the college of veterinary medicine, as well as undergraduate, high school and junior high students.

Expanded small ruminant services, and answered emergency calls and examined patients on emergency.  Also as Associate Veterinarian at MBO Veterinary Services, Farmington, MO (March 2004-April 2010), Practitioner and Clinic Manager Warrensburg Animal Hospital, Warrensburg MO (May 2002-March 2004) and Associate Veterinarian Country Village Animal Clinic, Centerville, IA (June 2001-May 2002).

Dr. Baughman has participated as Room Moderator for Northeast Missouri Livestock Symposium – Meat Goats. Member of the Organizing Committee for Missouri Sheep and Goat Conference, and Missouri Veterinary Association: advisory board to the College of Veterinary Medicine.

Special Thank You to Dr. Frank Pinkerton for the support and speaking each year.

Born in June 1928 in east Texas, graduated from OK A&MU major in Dairy Technology. MS in Dairy Science and PhD in Ruminant Nutrition; post-graduate work in agricultural marketing and rural sociology.

A wealth of information in all things goat.

Frank Pinkerton, born in June 1928 in east Texas, graduated from OK A&MU major in Dairy Technology. MS in Dairy Science and PhD in Ruminant Nutrition; post-graduate work in agricultural marketing and rural sociology… all from TAMU. University teaching and extension positions in TX and OK and International Livestock Development assignments for U of KY in Thailand. Consultancies in Southeast Asia, Mid East, and Africa for USDA Foreign Agriculture Service. Retired in 1993, and established meat goat demonstration farm in east TX and raised BoerX and SavX for a decade. Sold out in 2004 to take care of wife with Alzheimer’s Disease until her passing in early 2011. Columnist for Goat Rancher magazine 1999 to present and broker of Texas meat goat since 2015. Resides in guesthouse behind his son Bruce’s house. Bruce, now 71 retired from University career as Forage Specialist and Administrator. Both have willed their bodies to the TX State University’s Forensic Anthropology Center Body Farm… a final contribution to Science.

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