The North Carolina Dairy Goat Breeders Association is an organization of dairy goat owners from across North Carolina concerned with all aspects of goats in the state.
Holds regular meetings all across the state.
Cooperates with other goat clubs in North Carolina and other states.
Publishes a newsletter to update and inform goat owners.
Sponsors a yearly Spring show.
Is instrumental in urging legislation of goats as livestock.
Keeps the USDA, farm organizations and NCSU Vet School in touch with goats.
Awards Outstanding Milk Production.
Holds Auction of Dairy Goats at the Spring Show, with a portion of the proceeds going to the Youth Merit award.
Instigates and compiles the NC Ag Extension Service Goat Survey.
Supports youth involvement with goats thru 4H, FFA, and ADGA
Offers a Youth Merit Award.
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the average butterfat content for dairy goats
the average amount of dairy goat owners who are addicted to these animals
NEXT MEETING: Sunday, March 12, Merry Oaks Farm,New Hill. Potluck at 1 PM, business meeting about 2 PM and program: Youth Showmanship. 3 PM * * * * * * * Meeting Schedule: Sunday, June 11, The Wool Family Farm, Pine Level Sunday, August 13, The Johnson’s, Blue Blanket Farm, Lumber Bridge Sunday,[…]
The youth participating worked very hard in this first-time event held at the NCDGBA show in Rocky Mount, NC. Check out the photo gallery below the Read More link to see all of the action!