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Voting rights of Members:

All Full Members have voting rights excluding International Members. Standard Members do not have registration rights.

Finance:

Reimbursement of Expenses will be paid to all Boer Goat Australia administrators for items directly related to the running costs of Boer Goat Australia.

Sending out flyers or sale info:

There will be no charge to members who request a electronic mail-out of stud flyers/catalogues etc. to all BGA members. 

Association Definitions:

‘Association’ shall mean Boer Goat Australia or ‘BGA’.

‘Breeder’ means the owner of a goat at the time of conception.

‘Sire’ means the genetic father of the kid/kids.

‘Dam’ means the genetic mother of the kid/kids.

‘Embryo’ means the fertilised egg of a goat.

‘Fullblood’ means a goat with 100% Boer Goat genetics traceable back to South African Imported stock/embryos.

‘Graded Purebred’ (5th Cross or GP) means a goat with 97% Boer Goat genetics.

‘Graded Crossbreds’ upgrading terms will start at ‘G1’ to ‘G4’.

‘The Australian Red Boer Goat’ is a goat that may contain genetics from Standard or Red Boer breeds, body colour must be red.

‘Imported’ means a live goat or embryo imported into Australia from an overseas origin.

‘Herd Register’ means the recorded information of all Boer Goats/Boer Crosses belonging to the association.

‘Registered’ is a goat whose genetic bloodlines have been recorded on the ‘BGBAA’ and/or’ ‘BGA’ database.

‘Registrar’ is the person who will operate the ‘BGA’ Goat register.

‘Regulation’ means a rule imposed by the association.

Breed Standards:

Fullblood Standard Boer:

– The BGA have accepted the South African Boer Goat Association Breed Standards with some minor alterations to suit the Australian Boer Goat.

Red Boer:

– Breed standards recognised will be the same as the Standard Boer, with the exception being colour, a full red body is the preferred, with allowance for white colouring similar to the allowance of excess Red areas on Standards. Goats registered as Fullblood Red Boer must be the progeny of Fullblood Standard Boers or Fullblood Red Boers/Kalahari/Australian Reds to be classified as a Fullblood Red Boer.

In Australia Blacks are registered under the Red Registry. In South Africa they are called "Blackberry's"

The Painted Boer:

– Breed standards are the same as for the Fullblood Standard Boer with the exception being the colour. Fullblood Painted Boers can be registered under the Standard Or Red Register depending on owner preference based on “main” colour or based on parentage. Any colour is acceptable from pale brown “Blonde” through to all shades of red and brown or black.

Kalahari Red Goat:

– Now registered together, under the Red Boer Register. Breed standard shall be the same as the Standard Boer with the obvious exception being colour, the ideal is a brown goat with colour shadings that ranges between light brown to dark brown.

The Australian Red Boer Goat:

– Now Registered together under the Red Boer Register. Breeds standards recognised will be the same as the Kalahari/Red Boer Standards and may contain bloodlines of these breeds including the Standard Boer.

Upgrade Registrations:

The Upgrade registry will include 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th Crosses then Graded Purebred on 5th. cross. Upgrading can only be granted when the sire is a Fullblood Boer This includes goats registered under Standard or Red/Kalahari/Australian Red Boer Goat.

Voting rights of Members:

All members will have equal voting rights, these will be noted by either an online submission or via email, after counting the majority vote will rule. International Members do not have voting rights.

Finance:

Reimbursement of Expenses will be paid to all Boer Goat Australia administrators for items directly related to the running costs of Boer Goat Australia.

Terms of Use

These terms relate to the terms of use of this website.

General

Your access to this website is subject to these terms and any additional terms, conditions, notices and disclaimers which appear on this website (Terms of Use).

Boer Goat Australia Inc (BGA) of Australia may alter these Terms of Use from time to time without notice. Your continued use of the website following those changes indicates your acceptance of those changes. 

Disclaimers

Where possible, care is taken to ensure the accuracy of the information contained on this website. However, Boer Goat Australia Inc (BGA) of Australia cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of the information or opinions contained on the website. You should make your own enquiries before making decisions concerning your interests. 

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