Member Services will not be available January 21-29. No work will be processed in the office during this time due to data conversion to the new “NG” system.
This dairy goat management calendar is offered as a guide to assist you in preparing for each season. Some breeds and breeders may have unique needs or practice out-of-season breeding. Always seek the advice of your small ruminant veterinarian and never disregard professional advice or delay seeking professional veterinarian assistance because of something you read […]
You’re getting a new online interface for managing your ADGA membership and dairy goat registrations the first week of February 2021. ADGA’s Information Systems & Operations Manager, David Stokes, described it like going from a 1994 model car to a 2021 model. … The difference is, access to this online service will be part of […]
A farm name may be the formal or incorporated name for your farm. You need to know how this relates to your dairy goats and registry account.
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.
The current rates for services offered such as membership, dairy goat registration, transfers, performance programs and supplies.
You can choose from eight different membership types. This will help you know which membership is best for you.
Breed paintings by Lynn Fancher are copyrighted for exclusive use by the American Dairy Goat Association. These copyrighted paintings may not be copied or used in digital format without permission. However, you may purchase these type correct paintings as 9 x 12 inch color prints for $3.25 each or $12.00 for the set. To order […]
While we are committed to the future of the Linear Appraisal Program, it is still too early to know with any certainty what 2021 will hold considering the continued Covid-19 pandemic. ADGA is currently addressing what would be needed to be able to have this important program while keeping both our appraisers, and our members, […]
Additional customer support phone hours begin November 2, 2020.
This is how ADGA Linear Appraisers are trained and the benefits they receive for their valued work.
Each year ADGA recognizes the top ten producing does in each breed from the prior year’s completed lactation records. See this page for a PDF of each year’s breed leaders.
Understanding the parts of goat’s name will help you name your animals and understand something about a goat when you see its name.
Final Tabulation Report This report is from an independent CPA who has followed the agreed-upon procedures for tabulating ballots as specified in the current ADGA Guidebook. Learn more about how ADGA is governed >>
The ADGA Information Management Committee recently hosted a demonstration of the new computer system currently known as “NG” (for Next Generation) for the ADGA Board of Directors. The demonstration was followed by a question and answer session. New Computer System Features NG will provide many new and expanded features some of which include: Full access to all of your animal data including show awards, […]
ADGA registered does earning this status can be viewed at Elite Status
The production evaluation has been released by ADGA with the official CDCB release on August 11. The files have been uploaded to adgagenetics.org. ADGA information has been updated and the Elite Buck and Doe lists are available. Superior Genetics have also come out!
While Annual Convention events are cancelled, the Annual Board of Directors Meeting is still being held.
The verified election results are now in for the American Dairy Goat Association District Director Primary. Candidates below marked with an asterisk (*) next to their Membership Number are those who have accepted the nomination and will appear on the ADGA General Election ballots. To learn more about ADGA Election Procedures, consult your ADGA Guidebook or view this […]
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