|The purpose of this corporation shall be to promote and develop every phase of the
dairy goat industry, including but not limited to breeding programs, the proper public
recognition of products related to dairy goats, aiding goat showing at fairs, and
aiding 4-H programs relating to dairy goats.
DON'T MISS THIS UPCOMING EVENT
Minnesota Youth Goat Show
This event will be held at the
MDGA State Show at the Lyon County Fairgrounds, Marshall, MN
on the 26th of May, 2018.
For more information contact Garrett Moorse at
Want to be a 4-H or FFA Dairy Goat Judge?
County Fairs are
constantly looking for qualified individuals to judge youth dairy goat
No special certification is required
just a knowledge of dairy goats and an interest in working with youth.
Even if you have not judged before, this
may be your time! The MDGA is organizing a list of interested individuals
that can be shared when county fairs contact the association.
If you would like to be considered for
the list, contact
provide a brief description of your experience with dairy goats and youth.
Each Year the MDGA Names an Outstanding Youth.
encourage you to nominate an outstanding individual.
Here is a
link to more information:
Past MDGA Outstanding Youth
2016 - Alex Coe, Chatfield, MN - More information to come
2015 - Kirsten Rae Barott
MDGA's Outstanding Youth for 2015.
Kirsten Rae Barott from Glencoe, Minnesota.
2012 - Lexy Heldt
Youth for 2012.
Lexy Heldt from Watertown, Minnesota
- Danielle Gunder
Danielle, as a 12th
grade student of the Agricultural & Food Science Academy, was an
honor roll student, AFSA ambassador, FFA member and 4-H member.In 2009, she had
Nigerian Dwarf goats for three years and was a member of MDGA, AGS and
ADGA. She had competed in club goat shows, 4-H shows and the Goat
Quiz Bowl. Besides goats, Danielle was very involved with her
horse, rabbit, and dog 4-H projects and won many top honors.
2008 - Lauren Schifsky
In 2008, Lauren was a Junior at AFSA (a charter school for agriculture, foods and science). Lauren’s
interest in goats started when she got 2 pygmy goats as her sixth birthday present. She was instantly “hooked”
on goats from that day on. She has had many breeds through the years, but fell in love with the Nigerians and built
her herd from her original first 4 Nigerians. Lauen's youth activities included 4-H, the
Northland Pet Goat Club, MDGA, FFA, Saddle Club trail rides, county fairs and state fairs. Lauren also
wrote for the GGG.
Dairy Goat Assn.
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