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The Northwest Dairy Goat Association is a not-for-profit organization that promotes the dairy goat through products, industry, support of youth events and shows.

Annual Dairy Goat Show Online Registration is open.
Late fee's apply June 1, Thursday.
Visit the show page for details.
June 3-4, 2017.

Next NWODGA Meeting:
Saturday May 13, 2017

Our Next Club Meeting will be a farm visit at Missdee's French Alpines -
the home and herd of Gene and Charlotte Dershewitz.
We will be starting at our normal time of 2p but
will NOT be having the potluck as usual.
Being a working farm and with the drive, it just doesn't make sense to add food into the mix.
6087 Stayton Rd SE; Turner, OR 97392
Gene will be presenting on the topic of BUCKS -
how to select, use, care for - and anything else you might like to ask.

He is also the mastermind behind the ADGA genetics website, a so very useful planned pedigree tool.

Please use the mapping system of your choice or follow the directions on their website:
It is recommended you carpool whenever possible.


Our monthly meetings have been changed to
Saturday afternoons, 2-4pm. Schedule here:
We will be having a potluch at each meeting at the Community Club
so always feel free to bring a favorite dish to share.

Clackamas Community Club:

Directions to club house: 1. Take the Clackamas / Estacada exit off I-205.
2. Head East after exiting the Freeway.
3. Turn left on 82nd. drive.
4. Go one block and turn left on Adams.
5. Go one block and turn right on 90th. Av.
6. The Clackamas Community Club is on the left side of the street.

Clubhouse website | Directions

We are changing the format of our meetings slightly this year. We will have business board meetings via phone conference and have educational presentations during our regular monthly meetings.

Unless noted, we will have a Potluck lunch during the
business meeting so bring your favorite dish to share.


If you would like to learn more about our dairy goat association, please join us!