Welcome to the
Alberta Goat Association

2019 AGA membership are now due 


Alberta Goat Association 2018 conference sponsors

Saddle Hills County

Walter's Cat Works Ltd


Dr Michael Levy

Big Country 93.1

Moose FM

Dragonfly Energy Therapy Inc.

Ricks Fuel services

Butter Chicken Co.



UFA Farm and Ranch

The Goat Patch

Melodi and Allen MacKinnon- Rafter LC 

Zubot Welding

Gisler Goats

Innisfail and District Agricultural Society

Canadian Co-Operative Wool Growers

VJV Westlock Auctions

Olds Auction Mart

Stockyard Vet Services

Fairwinds Dairy

Beaver Hill Auctions

County of Grande Prairie

Stacy Connors

Webb Machine Industries

Ivan Craig

Clear Hills County

Nutri Source Dairy Tech

Garner Vegetation Ltd


St Paul Denture Clinic

Thorhild Drugs/Darrell Coma

H & M Meats

Silent Auction Supporters

Evalina Cornell: Thirty 1
Barry and Maureen Lewis: Balmaur Farms
Rick Belt: Golden Acres Honey
Three Hills IDA Pharmacy
Ken and Wendy Kingsmith:
HiPro Westlock
Aspen Acres Boer Goats
SLF Ranch
Xtreme Power Westlock
Gisler Boer Goats
Alberta 4H
Discover Wildlife Park
Popular Grove Vet Innisfail
Blue Rock Mineral
Deer Mart
Big Valley Sales
Linda Paquette
Prairie Coast Equipment
Vern and Celia Crawford
Small Farm Canada
Jean Alford
Rocky Mountain Equipment Case IH
Mad Dog Cresting
John Henderson
Prairie Bus Liners
Three Hills Home Hardware Building Centre
Walter’s Cat Works Ltd.
Spirit Hops and Grapes
Spotted Gecko
White Treasure Farms
Innisfail Jr 4H Goat Club
Greidanus Apiaries

Proud supporters of the Alberta Goat Association

 AGa isProud to be apart of these wonderful organizations

 About the AGA

The Alberta Goat Association (AGA) was registered as a non-profit society on February 14, 1970 by a small group of goat breeders who wished to have an official club to serve their interests.

In 2012 the Board of Directors with the support of the membership undertook an ambitious plan to further the goals and ambitions of the Alberta Goat industry, recognizing that the industry had grown beyond the original mandate  to include producers of all types of goats: dairy, meat and fibre. The mandate of the AGA changed to acknowledge the ever increasing workload of the volunteer board to have the industry recognized as a whole to government, the Alberta agricultural industry and the public at large.

As of May 2018 there are 50 members from across Alberta. A board of ten directors implements the objectives of the association and members take part in an annual general meeting. AGA activities include seminars, shows, displays, demonstrations, and information services with a primary focus on the AGA Convention and Production Sale held in the Fall.

AGA news and other goat related articles and information are available in the AGA's official monthly communication e-newsletter "Goat Droppings" and in the bimonthly magazine "GoatKeeper", as well as on this site.

The AGA works closely with Alberta Agriculture and Food and the Diversified Livestock Fund of Alberta to further the goat industry. As well, the AGA is a voting member of the Canadian National Goat Federation and a supporting member of the Alberta Farm Animal Care and the International Goat Association.

Contact us here.