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July 12 Wool Pool at VTC

Save the date and RSVP! Bartlett Yarns will be buying wool on July 12 from 2:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Vet Tech Barn at the VTC Dairy Farm on Water Street in Randolph Center. Bartlett Yarns will be buying wool at $0.58/lb. They will also consider alpaca, llama, mohair and angora. If you […]

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VSGA supports member Jessica Dillner’s research trip to South Africa

VSGA has awarded long-time member, Jessica Dillner, a $500 scholarship for her South African Wild Fibers tour this November. Jessica is an angora goat farmer and fiber artist, and founding member of Mountain Fiber Folk in Montgomery VT. Jessica will keep VSGA informed during her trip and will present at the 2020 annual meeting. Help […]

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Photos from March 2019 Lambing Clinic, Shelburne Farms

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New buyer for 2018 Wool Pool

Save the date! Bartlett Yarns will be buying wool on Oct. 14 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.at the Vet Tech Barn at the VTC Dairy Farm on Water Street in Randolph Center. It’s a little later in the year than usual, but the Vermont Sheep and Goat Association and Bartlett Yarns worked out a […]

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Photos from March 2018 Lambing Clinic, Shelburne Farms

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VSGA Fleece Sale

Mark your calendars for VSGA’s 3rd Annual VERMONT FLEECE SALE – 2 DAYS June 24th and 25th, 2017 WHAT?    – The Vermont Sheep and Goat Association is having a fleece sale. For sale will be whole, raw wool fleeces representing a wide variety of sheep breeds from Vermont’s wonderful wool producers. WHEN?    – […]

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Free Fecal Egg Count Analysis

For Northeastern Small Ruminant Producers: Please view flyer to learn about free fecal egg count analysis to assist with selective breeding for resistance to gastrointestinal nematodes. Holly Burdett and Dr. Katherine Petersson, University of Rhode Island. Like us on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/urisrpc/

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Minutes for 2016 Annual Meeting available online

Members may view the minutes under About Us/VSGA Community

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