Welcome to the IKGA

The International Kiko Goat Association (IKGA) has been established to preserve and advance the Kiko breed. The foundation bloodlines defined as the Kiko breed were developed and documented in New Zealand in the 1980's. The IKGA recognizes the original Kiko goat imports and their direct descendants as "fullblood" Kikos.

Our membership appreciates the superior characteristics of the Kiko breed and the IKGA is dedicated to promoting the Kiko goat as the best production meat goat in the world. Our membership believes that by working together, we can continue to improve the Kiko breed through the use of controlled scientific study and independent performance testing.

This association is founded on the following basic principles:

  • Member Ownership: Our members enjoy full participation in all IKGA policy making and group benefits.
  • Better Breeding Through Science: We believe in helping each other apply a scientific approach to our breed improvement programs.
  • Good Business: The Association applies sound business principles to our internal and external affairs.
  • Economical Production of Goat Meat: We believe in supporting our members in the development of smart management practices that maximize profits in the marketplace.

Remember - The International Kiko Goat Association strives to serve its members in any way possible!

Have a look at our brochure!
We welcome you to join and become a member of our growing community!

Bob Stenger

Congratulations Robert Stenger!

IKGA Scholarship Award Recipient for 2017

Dear Mr Willis,

Thank you and the IKGA for awarding me this scholarship. It means alot to receive this scholarship as I grew up raising kiko goats. It is funny how life has way of coming full circle. After graduation, I plan to not only practice as much small runinant medicine as possible but also raise goats of my own.

Please pass on my appreciation to everyone involved with collecting funds, donating or making the scholarship selection.

Robert Stenger

We wish you the best in all of your future endeavors, Robert!
For more information regarding the IKGA Scholarship Program click here.

Friday & Saturday
September 8-9, 2018
Cumberland County Community Complex
1398 Livingston Rd.
Crossville, TN 38555

There will be educational sessions on both days with the annual IKGA meeting on Friday, Sept 8th. The Auction of high quality registered, breeding stock will be held on Saturday, Sept 9th.

**If you are interested in volunteering at this event or advertising locally for it, please call Ann Dunning at 910-947-1744, home or 910-986-4613, cell after 6:00 PM.