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Anglo Nubians

Fees & Forms

Click here for information on fees and links to downloadable forms.

Grassroots

Click here for member access to BGS pedigree records via Pedeweb

Contacts

Tel: 01322 611767 email:
admin@britishgoatsociety.com
Click above to contact officers and affiliated societies

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Membership

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Latest news

  • “Johnes Disease – The Future is Here now!” Webinar – Wednesday 14th April 2021

    The next webinar will be taking place on Wedneday 14th April 2021 and will cover Johnes Disease.  The talk will be given by Emily Gascoigne from Synergy Farm Vets and will include a case study from a goat farm which she has worked with to achieve elite health status.  All of our webinars are free […]Read More »
  • AGM – Saturday 10th April 2021

    A reminder to all members that our AGM will be taking place virtually this  Saturday 10th April 2021.  Any member/person wishing to join the AGM should email the office on admin@britishgoatsociety.com to request an invitation.  Please do not forward or share the invitation once received.  Invitations should be requested from the office only.   If anyone […]Read More »
  • Mike Elphick

    It is with great sadness that I report the passing of Mike Elphick who passed away recently.  Many members will have met Mike at one of the many shows he was involved with running.  Mike was always very welcoming and supportive to all goat-keepers.  I am sure you will all join us in sending our […]Read More »

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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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British Goat Society
The new 'For Sale' Section of the BGS web site is now live! Click on the 'For Sale' button at the far right-hand side of the white banner and then click on the relevant menu item.

To sell a goat or an item of equipment, you need to complete the online form. This will the go to the office for approval and, if approved, will be displayed in the relevant section on the web site. You can also submit up to three photos of the goat you are offering for sale.

This service is free to members and is for pedigree goats registered with the BGS only. Non-members will, of course, be able to see the advertisements.

Please ask if you have any questions or need any help.
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British Goat Society
For those members who wish to test their goats for Johne's disease, following the suggestion from one of our members, we have added the SRUC farm animal submission form to the 'Forms' section of the web site. You can find it here: https://www.britishgoatsociety.com/services/fees-forms/
Other testing agencies are available but many members use SRUC for their CAE testing already.
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British Goat Society
Wednesday 17th March @ 7.30pm
Webinar - "Metabolic Diseases of Goats"
Free to Attend for BGS Members

The BGS will be hosting their first evening webinar for members on Wednesday 17th March at 7.30pm. The first talk will be covering the Metabolic Diseases of Goats with emphasis on pregnancy toxemia and acetonemia. We are very grateful to Bryony Kendall from Tyndale Farm Vets who will be our speaker and will also be available to answer questions on the evening.

Full details on how the webinars will work are published in the February/March issue of the Monthly Journal which is currently at the printers and will be despatched this week.

Further webinars are being currently being planned and our April date is Wednesday 14th April - Johnes Disease. Emily Gascoigne from Synergy Farm Health will be our speaker.