Please remember that bucks born in 2017 may be registered upto 31st December 2018 for £23, after 1st January 2019 the charge increases to £46. However, as end of December through to early January is very busy please do not
Entries are now been collated for the Breeders Directory in the 2018 Yearbook. Please contact Christine if you wish to be included, the fee is £17 and issues will be available at shows throughout 2019. The information is also available
We are currently collecting stories, news and articles for the next Yearbook. Advertising If you would like to advertise in any of the categories please submit your copy by the end of October. Stock adverts are free Other adverts are
The recent video footage apparently shot in South Africa by PETA and the associated publicity regarding Angora Goat farming in South Africa is naturally of great concern. In the UK we (BAGS and BMM) provide health and welfare information on
The Royal Three Counties Show takes place on Friday 15th June to Sunday 17th June 2018 at the Three Counties Showground. The BAGS breed show will take place on Friday 15th and Saturday 16th June, the judge for both days
Please remember that bucks born in 2016 may be registered upto 31st December 2017 for £23. After that date the charge increases to £46. Does born in 2017 should be registered by 31st March 2018. Christine Brown Secretary
We are currently collecting stories, news and articles for the next Yearbook with a view to producing it in the next few weeks. Advertising If you would like to advertise in any of the categories please submit your copy ASAP.
The next BAGS Committee meeting is on 3rd November 2015. If you have any suggestions or questions for the committee please contact the office asap.
The 2015 BAGS AGM will be held on Saturday 18 April 2015 at Longdon Village Hall near Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire. The following committee members are due to stand down but are eligible to stand for re-election: Christine Brown Chris Tyler David
The Royal Welsh Spring Festival (commonly called the ‘Smallholder show’) aims to be the largest and best show of goats in the country – and we hope you’ll join us in making it so. Building on its large entries of