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Goat Associations Blog

  • Using Goats in a Therapy Program

    I love my goats. They always make me smile. I am a registered nurse and sometimes my days can be a little stressful. One little therapy doeling really brightens my days. Her name is Baby. Baby is a Fainting goat. Every time I look at her she brings a smile to my face. This got […]

  • All about goat shows

    The first goat show we ever attended we found very confusing. The only person with a microphone didn’t use it much, and when he did, what we heard didn’t make much sense. I imagine this is what shows are like for most folks who come to agricultural fairs. It is the fair that’s the draw, […]

  • Show report: The Sunshine Class, Harrisonburg VA

    Being an American Boer Goat Judge has allowed me to travel all over the United States. I have met some great people and seen some wonderful animals. However, the Sunshine Class in Harrisonburg Va., held by the Rockingham County Fair was and will be the most admirable class I have ever had the honor of […]

  • Goat breed 101: Fainting goats

    The history of Fainting Goat breed is at times rather elusive. Documentation is sketchy at best. Most will agree, however, that it dates back to the early 1880s. The old story tellers believe that a man named John Tinsley once traveled from place to place. He was believed to have been from Nova Scotia, Canada, but no […]

  • Meat goats: breeds and characteristics

    You’ll find with a little research that many people have differing views on what makes the best meat goat. The best way to lok at them is what works best for your farm and your family – very few two decisions are the same!   Boer goats are considered to be the largest sized meat […]

  • Hoegger Supply is at the ADGA National Show!

    This being our first time at the American Dairy Goat Association Nation Show, we were not really sure what to expect.  .  The only sure thing was that we would have a nice long drive from Fayetteville, GA to West Springfield, MA in a box truck full of goat supplies and our giant barn booth. […]