Welcome to the Canadian Meat Goat Association's new website
Quarterly Goat Industry Statistics from Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Updated FEBRUARY 2014
Latest News on Importation of Bucks from USA
(February 7, 2014) The Canadian National Goat Federation (CNGF) was advised there will be no changes to the regulations for the importation of bucks from the USA at this time.
2014 CMGA Membership Survey
The Board would like to encourage ALL members to take the time to respond thoroughly to this survey – your responses will help to determine the future direction of the Canadian Meat Goat Association.
2013 Members Directory available online
2013 Members Directory is now available in pdf format for download.
NOW on the CMGA website: CLASSIFIED ADS – FREE for all CMGA members!
Contact the CMGA Office to post your classified ad – FREE for all CMGA members. Another benefit of CMGA membership!
2014 CMGA Board of Directors
Current Board of Directors of the Canadian Meat Goat Association
Buyers and Sellers: WRITE IT DOWN!
The Canadian Meat Goat Association is incorporated under the Animal Pedigree Act, which is Federal Law. According to the Act, the seller of a registered animal must provide registration papers transferred into the new owner’s name within six months of the date of sale. This is the law and will be enforced by the RCMP.
Chevon Recipe Cards
Delicious recipes that feature goat meat (chevon).
Canadian Meat Goat Association Office Hours
Canadian Meat Goat Association office hours are Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9 am to 5 pm, Saskatchewan time.
Meat Goat Journal
Don’t miss this excellent industry publication!
Published quarterly, the Canadian Meat Goat Journal is an excellent resource for producers, providing educational and informative articles, management tips, advertising space with national exposure, show results and industry news.
Have you got kids and kids??
Feel free to download our CMGA Youth Activity Book with information, games and activities to help children learn all about goats. Also, all children and youth are invited to complete a Youth Project, chronicling their experiences in owning or looking after a goat for the year.