The VSGA is hosting their annual Wool Pool on June 20 at Vermont Technical College in Randolph. Wool will be sold to Mid States Wool Growers Association, who takes all wool and tags. Learn more, click here.  

Master Shepherd Course

The Master Shepherd Course is a series of nine classes that will be taught by Chet Parsons of Parsons’ Farm in Richford, Vermont, and members of the Vermont Sheep and Goat Association.

The classes will cover the primary aspects of sheep husbandry and will include selected aspects of the goat and camelid husbandry. All classes will include a lecture and be held on a working farm where participants will be able to see and participate in the hands-on practical sessions.

This course is a rare opportunity for shepherds to take the next step in their animal husbandry careers. To learn more follow this link.

Fill out the Registration Form now by clicking here!

Supporting Vermont’s Sheep and Goat Producers

The Vermont Sheep and Goat Association’s mission is to support, improve and strengthen Vermont’s sheep and goat community and its infrastructure. We invite you to join us in our efforts.

Our members offer the best in sheep and goat products.  Search by member, product or breed and check out what we have to offer.

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