Colored Angora Goats are an ideal small farm alternative. A manageable size for men, women and youth (mature bucks weigh 125-175 pounds & mature does 80-100 pounds, considerably less than other goat or sheep breeds), angora goats have quizzical and entertaining personalities that add to their charm. Their luxurious mohair fiber adds warmth and durability to any garment and is ideal for handspinning and craft use.

We encourage you to visit a breeder near you to learn more about how Colored Angora Goats might fit into your farming future!

Angora goats were originally bred solely for white mohair. While genetically challenging, breeding Colored Angora Goats is eminently rewarding!
Learn more about breeding for color >



We're an organization on the move! Founded in 1998, the Colored Angora Goat Breeders Association is the registry and representing body for Colored Angora Goats in the United States and Canada.


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Forms for Everything...

Forms to Register Goats, Inspection Forms, Record Forms, Transfer Ownership, Membership Applications and Informational Brochures

Selecting An Angora Goat for Your Project

Learn what to look for when selecting an Angora Goat for your fair project and download our Angora Goat Advancement Program as a pdf. go there >

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New & Noteworthy...

· CAGBA Brochure (PDF)
· An Introduction to CAGBA (revised 6/14)  Provides general organization information and a membership application.

· Kidding Date Calculator

2015 CAGBA Nationals 

Iowa State Fair - "NOTHING COMPARES"

Des Moines, Iowa

August 21-22, 2015




  • CAGBA is the ONLY member association for Colored Angora Goat breeders in North America.

  • CAGBA is the ORIGINAL Colored Angora Goat registry in North America and still has by far the largest membership and number of goats in its registry. ·

  • CAGBA is an IRS recognized exempt livestock association under IRC 501(c)(5) defined, in part as those who: Have as their objects the betterment of the conditions of persons engaged in the pursuits of labor, agriculture, or horticulture, the improvement of the grade of their products, and the development of a higher degree of efficiency in their respective occupations. Reg. 1.501(c)(5)-1(a).

  • CAGBA is owned and operated by YOU, the members.

  • CAGBA is a member driven organization that maintains accountability through elected officials. All officials are unpaid volunteers who support you and the goals of CAGBA.

  • CAGBA exists only to support you, the member, and to promote Colored Angora Goats.

  • CAGBA operates in the open with input from the membership. The Board of Directors daily communications can be viewed by any active CAGBA member. · CAGBA’s membership fees are one of the lowest in livestock associations.

  • CAGBA’s animal registry fees are one of the lowest in livestock associations.

  • CAGBA collects $1 on each registration and transfer to support CAGBA members.

  • CAGBA’s animal database is thorough and provides professional registration pedigrees.

  • CAGBA is more than just a registry for Colored Angora Goats. CAGBA is a membership association providing:

    • Quarterly newsletter to educate members and promote Colored Angora Goats.

    • Financial and educational support for the national CAGBA show.

    • Annual membership meetings allowing for direct member input.

    • Periodic local and national advertising.

    • Website to promote, educate and advertise goats, fiber and member farms.

    • Annual open elections for board of directors and officers to allow active members to lead the organization.


Operated by its Members to

Promote and Advance Colored Angora Goats

and to Encourage and Support Fellow Members.


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