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In addition to preserving pedigrees, maintaining herd books and sanctioning dairy goat shows, the American Dairy Goat Association has performance programs.
American Dairy Goat Association (ADGA) Updates
Status of Work Completed as of December 6, 2019
Registrations processed through December 2, 2019.
Show Wins processed through November 5, 2019.
The preferred Tattoo Letter for kids born in 2019 is L (2020 – M). Tattoo Policy & Instructions
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Dairy Goat Breeding
Dairy goats are usually seasonal breeders. Most breeding occurs in late summer through early winter. The goat has an 18-21 day estrus cycle or “season.” The doe’s “season” lasts from a few hours to two or three days. The gestation period is five months. Twins are common, but single or triplet births are not rare. […]
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