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Anglo Nubians

Fees & Forms

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Grassroots

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Contacts

Tel: 01322 611767 email:
admin@britishgoatsociety.com
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Latest news

  • CAE Webinar – Wednesday 5th October 2022 “Postponed – New Date to be Announced Shortly”

    Dr Sandra Baxendale, a leading goat vet from Australia will be talking to us about CAE. We have asked Sandra to talk about the spread of CAE, the different routes of transmission, testing strategies and methods of eradication. Sandra graduated from the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia as the Dux of her year and […]Read More »
  • Anglo Nubian Breed Society 50th Anniversary Webinar

    16th October 2022  (13.45 to 16.15) 13.30   Open for people to join meeting.  13.45   Welcome and introduction by the society chairman. – Martin Cox, 13.47   A brief history of the ANBS. – Martin Cox 13.53   Video one – Our President, Maureen Hyde and Mick with the Poplartime’s (One of the most successful AN herds in […]Read More »
  • The Passing of Her Majesty the Queen

    The British Goat Society would like to express their great sadness at the passing of Her Majesty the Queen. We were honoured to have the Queen as our Patron from 1952 until 1999, when she reduced some her of activities and her cousin HRH Princess Alexandra became our patron in her place.  We are grateful […]Read More »

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BGS Merchandise

BGS-Badge-poster Tea-Towel Price for badge (including P&P) £3.95 each (10 or more £3.50 each to affiliated societies/clubs, plus postage cost) Please request from Rachel at the BGS office.
Price for Tea Towel including P&P £5.00 each (10 or more £4.50 each to affiliated societies/clubs, plus postage cost). Colours are either racing green or copper brown. Please request from Rachel at the BGS office.

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British Goat Society

The British Goat Society Facebook page tells you what is going on in the world of goats and the British Goat Society. Our web-site gives full details of the services we offer, lots of helpful information, and contact details of breed societies. You don't have to be a member to leave comments on this page, although we would love you to join. (If you don't want to tell us why not!)
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We are aware of an issue with the display of milking competition results on Grassroots and are working to get this rectified.
Please bear with us …..
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British Goat Society
Message from Charlie Peck regarding COBS semen:

COBS and straws
All the straws for which COBS are responsible have at last been transferred to AB Europe. I am waiting for confirmation of numbers and when I have these, I will transfer straws to to the various breed societies and individual owners. I will then pay owners for straws sold. The transfer has been very costly in monetary and stress terms. I would ask all interested parties to hang in there until I can get a complete list and can carry out the transfers.
Please don't contact AB at this time as it will only hold things up - contact me with any queries. Straws can be bought via myself but the transport costs are much higher than with Genus and there are other additional costs and restrictions too.
It will help if people spread this information as long as it's accurate. I can assure everyone that I'm only too anxious to relieve myself of this task which I've carried out for over 20 years but I still want a smooth resolution.
Only now do I fully realise what outstanding service we've had from Genus over all those years and outstanding working relationships too.
Charlie Peck
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British Goat Society
The British Goat Society would like to express their great sadness at the passing of Her Majesty the Queen.

We were honoured to have the Queen as our Patron from 1952 until 1999, when she reduced some her of activities and her cousin HRH Princess Alexandra became our patron in her place. We are grateful to the Queen for the support she gave us during that period and indeed to the world of agriculture in general throughout her long reign.

The British Goat Society and our members extend their deepest condolences to His Majesty the King and all the Royal family.