Finally! After going FROM NDGA, THROUGH AGS, and TO ADGA, Doug and Cindy Farms Ella and Doug and Cindy Farms Blossom are both registered with ADGA. Whew! You can read all about the horrible, long and drug out journey through getting our goats registered (yes, I'm exaggerating) here. Now before this post is over, I have a small piece of advice: Before you buy a NDGA registered goat, stop and think about how badly you want that goat. Nevermind. Pretend that I didn't write that and you didn't read that. Now I will rephrase my advice. So before you buy a NDGA registered goat, stop and think about how bady you want that goat to be registered with ADGA. If you honestly don't care/only want to be registered with NDGA, GREAT! Get the goat. If you care a little bit, and figure it might be nice to register with AGS too, GREAT! Get the goat. If you care A LOT, however, and really want to get your goat registered with ADGA, and are willing to pay a bit of money to do so (there are many different variables that may be required, it depends on on the registry of your goat's ancestors), be prepared for a good chunk of paperwork (But you should probably get that goat anyway).
From Taylor (By the way, my FIRST BLOG POST! :D)
PS. I'm very sorry to tell you this, but I lied to you. My 'small' advice was not small (whoops).