Hellow any one there??

Discussion in 'Goat Frenzy' started by fivemoremiles, Jun 11, 2020.

  1. fivemoremiles

    fivemoremiles Well-Known Member

    Jan 19, 2010
    western montana
    we are having trouble getting AGS records back. Is it us or are there others not getting service from AGS?
     
  2. ksalvagno

    ksalvagno Moderator Staff Member Supporting Member

    I'm not surprised. Hopefully you will get your papers.
     

  3. Ashlynn

    Ashlynn Well-Known Member

    440
    Sep 30, 2017
    Lutz, FL
    AGS is a little unorganized I have found, but they should give it to you eventually. An email to them wouldn’t hurt. We used to quadruple register our goats, however we stopped because the only quick and hassle free registry was ADGA for us.
     
  4. fivemoremiles

    fivemoremiles Well-Known Member

    Jan 19, 2010
    western montana
    so my wife's talk of dropping ags isn't so crazy.
    i was just wondering if others are tired of the lack of service from ags.
     
  5. lottsagoats1

    lottsagoats1 Well-Known Member

    Apr 12, 2014
    Middle Maine
    I always get my papers back within a couple of weeks with them.
     
  6. Ashlynn

    Ashlynn Well-Known Member

    440
    Sep 30, 2017
    Lutz, FL
    We used to register with AGS, NDGA (Nigerian Dwarf Goat Association), IDGR (International Dairy Goat Registry), and ADGA. AGS and NDGA always gave us a teensy bit of issues and was not as fast as the other two, but always ends up figuring it out. One thing I find helps is most registries recognize ADGA and you can just send in the paper to get registered with their registry too which is easier personally. AGS is worth it if there are AGS specific shows near you as even if you don’t want to show, buyers from you may want to. Most of the shows near me were only ADGA so I felt it was unnecessary.