Held at Melton Mowbray Livestock Market
as part of the Native & Traditional Breeds National Show & Sale.
A fascinating and enjoyable two day event for all those interested in rare and traditional livestock.
(N.B. Society Members are reminded that the Annual General Meeting will take place at 3pm on Friday 7th September 2018 at the market.)
Copies of the catalogue General Information and sections for each breed are now available to download from www.grassroots.co.uk/melton.html
A newly formed herd of Bagot goats owned by North Norfolk District Council are successfully helping with the management of unwanted scrub. See link below.
The Society held its annual general meeting on Saturday 16th July 2016 at Sandwell Park Farm. Nick Bohemia remains as the nominated Chairman of the committee and Wendy Gacem remains in her nominated role as the Society’s Treasurer. David Stapleton and Sam Perkins remain as nominated Committee Members for a second year and Sarah Pumfrett, Chris Clayton and Lee Preece became new members of the Committee.
This was a very positive and enjoyable meeting at which several topics were discussed. The significant increase in the size of the Committee suggests an optimistic future for the Society and the Bagot goat.
Meet Bagots at Grampian Goat Club Show at Brechin Castle this weekend.
Meet Bagots on the RBST Cornwall Support Group stand at this year’s Royal Cornwall Show (9th, 10th and 11th June 2016).
Another successful RWAS Spring Festival for the Bagot goats.
These two beautiful and very well behaved females from the Northop herd attracted a great deal of attention from the public. Following the show the Society has received a number of enquiries regarding the purchase of Bagot goats and membership of the Society.
A big thank you to Wendy Gacem (our Treasurer) and her team from Coleg Cambria for being on-hand over the two day event to answer questions about the Bagots.
Coleg Cambria’s Bagot goats helped out on their stall at the Royal Welsh Spring Festival on the 16th & 17th May 2015.