AGF Members

Sponsoring Member Organizations

Sponsoring Member Organizations not only help support AGF services to the goat industry, they also provide each of their members with a free Individual Membership in the American Goat Federation. In addition, each Sponsoring Member Organization may nominate one of their members to serve on the AGF Board of Directors and help direct AGF efforts on behalf of all goat producers.

  • American Kiko Goat Association
    The American Kiko Goat Association is the original Kiko registry, founded in 1994 to promote the breed, and the members quickly steered the organization towards promoting data-driven breeding decisions and accurate registry services. In 2000, the Association bought the original herd book which means that every Kiko registry traces all of their animals back to AKGA animals. As a member-run organization, the AKGA draws on the expertise of its members, from animal science and business, to law and education and everything in between. Visit the AKGA website

  • Nebraska Sheep & Goat Association [Goat Producers Sub-group]
    The Nebraska Sheep and Goat Producers is a domestic livestock association formed to foster, support, protect, and promote the best interests of the sheep and goat producers in the State of Nebraska and the United States of America. Visit the NSGA website

Member Organizations

Member Organizations assist AGF in collecting information from goat producers in order to advance the goat industry, as well as in providing information to the goat industry stakeholders. Member Organizations can nominate one of their members to serve on the AGF Board of Directors and help direct AGF activities on behalf of the Goat Industry. Member Organizations also provide a discount for their members who wish to become Individual Member of the American Goat Federation.
  • Alabama Meat Goat & Sheep Producers

    The Alabama Farmers Federation Meat Goat and Sheep Division is comprised of goat and sheep producers from throughout the state. The division represents producers at the local, state, and national levels and has committees in 28 Alabama counties as it continues to grow. Goat and sheep producers who make up these committees come together at the local level and develop policies and program ideas to address their needs and concerns. Those policies are then discussed at the state level and may be transformed into state and national initiatives by the organization. Visit the AMGSP website

  • American Boer Goat Association

    The first full-blood Boers were brought into the United States in 1993, the same year the American Boer Goat Association was formed. Since that time a tremendous amount of interest in breeding Boer and Boer influence goats has exploded in the United States.Today, the American Boer Goat Association offers a variety of opportunities in marketing, education, commercial industry and youth. The American Boer Goat Association is the largest Boer association in the world with membership over 7,000 annually. The association registers over 45,000 head annually. The total meat goat industry value is estimated between 150 million to 400 million dollars annually. Visit the ABGA website

  • American Dairy Goat Association

    The American Dairy Goat Association was organized in 1904 to collect, record and preserve the pedigrees of dairy goats and to provide genetic, management and related services to dairy goat breeders. ADGA has 19,000+ members, 2,000,000+ goats have been registered, and ADGA conducts 1200 shows per year. Visit the ADGA website

  • Cashmere Goat Association

    The Cashmere Goat Association (until 2014 known as the Eastern Cashmere Association) is a non-profit corporation organized to provide education about cashmere goats and their fiber. Founded as ECA in 1992, the Cashmere Goat Association (CGA) brings together breeders, fiber artists and others interested in these charming animals and the fiber they grow. Visit the CGA website

  • IDGR San Clemente Island Goat Association

    In 1980, the founding San Clemente Island goat breeders established the International Dairy Goat Registry that continues to hold the Official Records of the SCI Goat breed to this day. IDGR is a Conservation Registry and goats contained in the SCI herd book trace back to San Clemente Island in a detailed, documented and DNA-driven database. To learn more about San Clemente Island goats orbecome a member of IDGR: Visit the Website

  • North American Pack Goat Association

    The North American Packgoat Association is an organization established for promoting packing with goats. The organization seeks to further the pursuit of goat packing by sharing the knowledge, ideas, and experiences of its members, by promoting the use of packgoats to the public as a means of low impact wilderness transportation and recreation. Our mission is to promote the use and enjoyment of packgoats to improve, mentor, and encourage competency in the practice of goat packing among interested persons; to provide communication among and to disseminate information to interested users; to promote scientific study of the caprine species, their care, welfare and training; to urge recognition of goat packing as a low impact pack stock alternative; and, to establish traditions which will aid, perpetuate, and further the welfare of goat packing and the goats it employs. Visit the NAPGA website

  • Pygora Breeders Association

    The Pygora Breeders Association was formed in 1987 to maintain the breed registry herdbook for the created breed developed by combining angora and pygmy goats. is dedicated to the advancement and well-being of the Pygora goat. The PBA provides leadership in the promotion of the Pygora as a fleece-producing animal, pet, and companion nationwide Visit the PBA website

  • Texas Sheep and Goat Raisers Association

    The Texas Sheep and Goat Raisers Association promotes and advocates production agriculture throughout Texas and the United States. We seek out, as well as offer reference material for resource loan programs that promote and benefit wool, mohair, and meat producers. We also seek to teach future generations about the importance of sheep and goats to agriculture and our economy. We also contribute to the future of our industry by providing scholarships to agricultural studies majors. Visit the TSGRA website

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