Over 100 years old, we represent producers of meat, dairy and fiber sheep and goats as well as other species of fiber animals such as rabbits, alpacas and llamas.

Our aim is to promote humane treatment of animals, a high-level of animal health, and sustainable farmland stewardship on all farms, as producers of meat, dairy and fiber.

Check out ASI’s two webinars for fiber enthusiasts:
Part 1 – Producing Wool for Specialty Markets
Part 2 – Preparing and Selling Wool for Specialty Markets

Exclusive offer to VSGA Members: $10 discount (25-33%) off annual subscription to the Goat Journal. Login is required.

Interested in offering grazing services? Check out Natalie Reid’s advice here.

Vermont’s Agency of Agriculture posted an online video filmed at Settlement Farm in Underhill, owned by VSGA President, Dave Martin. Check it out here!

Vermont Lamb – Trip down memory lane for some. Video from 1988 here

Download Vt Department of Agriculture ‘Interstate Movement Outreach’, by Dr. Shelley Mehlenbacher, published in Agriview, December 2017
***** Keep up with the latest developments of the Required Agricultural Practices here *****

Read the final VSGA Marketing and Promotion report!

Check out UVM Extension’s page on the Connecticut River Watershed Assistance

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Shadyhill Farm: Scottish Blackface Sheep
Ash Grove Farm: Navajo-Churo Sheep
Spring Mist Farm: Romney, Cotswold and Border Leicester Sheep
Stark Hollow Farm: Icelandic Sheep
: On Duty
NEK Sheep & Goat Farm: Boer Goats
Wing And A Prayer Farm: Shetland Sheep
Sheep and Pickle Farm: Cormo, Corriedale and Montadale sheep meet Fat Toad Farm's dairy goats
Crooked Fence Farm: Romedale CVM and Merino Sheep
Bobcat Holler Sheep Farm: North Country Cheviot
Maybelle Farm: Shetland and Coopworth Sheep
Tannery Farm Cashmeres: Cashmere Goats
Willowbend Farm: Cormo Sheep
Singing Spindle Spinnery: Carol Johnson Collins with a Southdown ram at her family's farm in West Brattleboro, VT.

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