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The 2022 Type Evaluation Campaign is Launched!

After 3 years of absence due to lack of participation or COVID, the CMGA Type Evaluation campaign will be held in the fall of 2022. As past years, the program is self-funded by participants registrations. To run in 2022, a minimum of 225 goats on a minimum of 16 farm visits total with a minimum of 13 farms being in ON and QC and minimum 3 in SK / MB would be required to make it cost effective at the costs suggested. The deadline for registration is June 10th. For more information consult the Type Evaluation Information and Registration Form document.

Type evaluation compares a Boer goat to the ideal Canadian Boer Goat, based on several measurable traits. Type Evaluation programs can be of assistance to both purebred and commercial breeders. These programs help breeders identify specific strengths and weaknesses of individual animals in their herd, and as a result, can help lead to overall herd and breed improvement.  This program is objective with trained evaluators who compares your animal to the ideal Boer goat by using a detailed scorecard and standardized system.

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