IKGA KIKOFEST 2010
International Kiko Goat Association (IKGA) 7th Annual KikoFest
Calhoun, Georgia ~ The Northwest Livestock Pavilion
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, September 9 - 11, 2010
"IKGA Goat University"
Thursday - Seminars
Friday - Seminars
Friday night - IKGA Annual Member Meeting and Dinner
Saturday - Annual Benefit Auction & KikoFest Goat Auction
Master of Ceremonies: Leora “Leo” Scholten
- How To Photograph Your Goats For Marketing
by Jim Stoltz, former college photo instructor
- Fort Valley Buck Tests Update, Parasite Control
by Dr. Will Getz, Animal Scientist, Fort Valley State University, Fort Valley, GA
- Goat Health Care
by Dr. Maria L. Leite-Browning, D.V.M., M.S.,Animal Ext. Scientist, Alabama A&M University
- Scrapie Program, Sore Mouth
by Dr. C. Carter Black, State Veterinarian, Georgia Department of Agriculture
- "Key Aspects of Goat Farming" Discussion / Questions
by Group Panel of IKGA Breeder Members
- Famancha / New research results on parasite control
by Bob Storey, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Georgia, Athens, Ga.
- Update TSU Flood, New current research from TSU
by Richard Browning, Jr., Ph.D., Research Animal Scientist, Tennessee State University
IKGA Hall of Fame
Dr. Richard Browning & Bob Storey were inducted into the IKGA Hall of Fame as outstanding educators. Awards were presented by Jim Stoltz.
IKGA Scholarship Awards
Two $1,000 scholarships were awarded to veterinary students this year. Alicia Agnew and Reagan Simms Rogers were the recipients.
THANK YOU FOR MAKING KIKOFEST 2010 A SUCCESS!
See you next year at KikoFest 2011!