Welcome to the official website of the American Goat Society!
The American Goat Society, Inc. was founded in 1935. In 1937, AGS merged with the International Dairy Goat Record Association, which had been established in 1925: so some of the pedigree records of AGS go back more than 80 years.
The American Goat Society has a long history of pioneering. It was the first organization to register purebred goats exclusively. It was first to supply two generations of pedigrees on the registration certificate. AGS brought the first national dairy goat show. It was first to provide training for goat judges. It was first to offer classification of dairy goats. Today, AGS continues to seek new ways to serve dairy goat enthusiasts.
AGS welcomes new members with open arms and we do accept for re-registration purebred animals based on their ADGA or CGS registrations. We welcome ADGA and CGS animals, both purebred and Americans, into our AGS sanctioned shows including the AGS National Show. We are proud of the fact that AGS offers some of the most reasonable rates to be found in any animal registry. We recognize that this society belongs to our members and both the board and the office staff work hard to provide our members with the respect and service they deserve.
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The office is working on mail received 04/24/15. updated 05/22/15
*Already registered with the website but need to renew your membership? Just log into your account (remember your email you signed up with is your user ID) and click the renewal tab.
THE AGS EMAIL ADDRESS TO SEND PAYPAL PAYMENTS TO IS: firstname.lastname@example.org
Due to lightning striking a phone box, the office is experiencing some phone issues. Only one line is working for outgoing calls and the fax line is intermittently working. AT&T has informed us that is may be Friday before repairs are completed and all lines are working properly again. Instead of faxing try scanning and e-mailing. We apologize for any inconvenience.
The AGS Board has approved a redistricting plan. Ohio is now in District IV, while Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Utah and Wyoming are now in District V.
If you choose to microchip your animals, please note that as of March 2015, you must use USDA approved microchips that contain the 840 country code for the U.S.A. to meet USDA APHIS requirements for identification.
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The tattoo letter for 2015 is F.
We are going to be slowly working on rebuilding the information and photos from the Master Champion Gallery. If you have a Master Champion from 2005-2010 please send us 1 photo (please keep your file size to a min) along with the following information:Name of Goat, Year Finished, Owner, Breeder, Sire & Dam. Please put the phrase:MCH UPDATE in your subject line. It will take us some time to rebuild these pages so please keep checking back. We will try to send you a reply email to let you know we received your information. If you do not get a reply email from us in about a week's time please contact the office.