Understanding the parts of goat’s name will help you name your animals and understand something about a goat when you see its name.
You’ve decided you want dairy goats, but don’t know where to start. Here are some steps you may find useful in gathering information for success.
Please familiarize yourself with breed standards before buying a dairy goat. It is important to know the standards for yourself, just like knowing if a car you purchase can be titled and registered in your name.
All dairy goats must be tattooed before they can be accepted for registry or recordation in the herd books of the American Dairy Goat Association. It is strongly recommended that all breeds be tattooed in the ears, except the LaMancha which should be tattooed in the tail web. A maximum of four letters and/or numerals […]
The following instructions are to be used while filling out the ADGA Registration or Recordation Application form. You can obtain a Registration or Recordation Application form from ADGA.org/forms or members with an online account may register goats that were born on their farm online. Most Common Registration Mistakes 1) All items are not completed. 2) […]
The current rates for services offered such as membership, dairy goat registration, transfers, performance programs and supplies.
You can find number of online forms and downloadable pdf formats on ADGA.org. See the menu link for Forms for complete list or search for specific topics. General Forms AI Memo – pdf Service Memo – pdf Registration Application – pdf Certificate of Identification Application – pdf Tattoo Revision Request Online Web Form Tattoo Revision Request – […]