Don’t let the cost of the training keep you from considering becoming a licensed ADGA judge. There are funds available to cover the training conference fee to successful applicants.
Each year the American Dairy Goat Association awards thousands of dollars in scholarships for education and participation to its members. Scholarship eligibility is just one of the great benefits of being an ADGA Member. Convention Youth Scholarships are awarded based on answers to the following questions and criteria. Only one Convention Youth Scholarship from ADGA is […]
At each annual meeting, a Youth program offers a range of activities for youth of all ages. The specific programming for each year will vary. Annual Convention Youth Activities Educational programming ADGA Youth Representative Contest Skill-A-Thon Competition Quiz Bowl Team Educational Contest Youth Photo Contest Youth Essay Contest Youth and Alternate Youth Representative Each year […]
When Harvey Considine died in April of 2005, many ADGA members across the United States generously contributed to a memorial fund created through the ADGA office at the request of the Considine family. One of the ADGA programs that Harvey most heartily endorsed was the official judges training system; he constantly mentored interested persons. Recognizing […]
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 – […]
The ADGA – Helen Staver Foundation – Read More The Name The Foundation is named after Helen Staver who was a founding member of the Southern Vermont Dairy Goat in 1945. Helen was an enthusiastic dairy goat breeder raising a herd of Nubians in Marlboro, Vermont. She, along with co-founder Harlen Covey, helped establish the […]