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Anglo Nubians

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Latest news

  • Grassroots Webinar – Tuesday 17th May @ 8.00pm

    Our next webinar is scheduled for Tuesday 17th May at a slightly later start time of 8.00pm and will cover using Grassroots and its various functions.   The webinar is free to attend for all members who will need to request an invite by emailing the office on   Any questions or queries then please do […]Read More »
  • AGM Update

    Unfortunately, our speaker has gone down with Covid and will not be able to attend the AGM on Saturday.  With the short time available we are not able to arrange a replacement.   This means that the business on the day will be restricted to the AGM itself and two resolutions that we have received from […]Read More »
  • Barry Clark – Beabe Herd of Anglo Nubian

    We are saddened to learn of the death of Barry Clark who was the Vice President of Cleveland Dairy Goat Society and also the Northern Area Representative to the BGS for more than 10 years.  We extend our condolences to Barry’s family at this very sad time.  The funeral will be held at St George’s […]Read More »


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British Goat Society
“Coccidiosis – Diagnosis, Prevention and Treatment” Webinar
Wednesday 19th May @7.30pm
Lissie Gercke from The Livestock Clinic will be talking about the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of coccidiosis.
This is a free-to-attend webinar for all members of the British Goat Society. Those members wishing to attend should email the office to request an invite. Past attendance of any of our webinars does not mean you will automatically receive a link so please be sure to email the office and request a link to attend.
Lissie has also kindly agreed to allow us to offer invitations to the webinar to a wider audience and we will therefore be inviting non-members to attend at a cost of £10. If there are any goat-keepers that would like to attend, then please email the office on Payment will be requested via paypal and once payment is received a link with the invite will be sent via email.
If anyone has any queries or questions, then please do not hesitate to contact me.
Many thanks
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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:
Other testing agencies are available but many members use SRUC for their CAE testing already.