International Dairy Goat Registry- International Fiber Breed Registry


One of our members had a barn fire which killed numerous animals and they are now trying to rebuild quickly before winter comes. They are in need of funding for a new barn as well as hay and feed stores to get through the New York winter. If you would like to help, please follow the link below.

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Price of the Field

Our Spring 2016 newsletter is out! Check out our latest publication for news on what is new at the IDGR, yummy recipes, and some great information for breeders. 

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P.O. Box 114

Rydal, GA 30171

*** We are very excited to see the IDGR grow in its new location and can't wait to work with all of you. We are continually working to expand the information on our website. If you have any ideas, please let us know! We would love to help you in any way, just give us a call or write to us if you have any questions or concerns. Keep in mind, we are often in the fields with our own 4 legged charges, so reception may be spotty at times!  ***


I.D.G.R. was established in 1980 for the purpose of providing a low cost registration and record-keeping service for owners of ALL breeds of goats and sheep. With four herdbooks for Purebreds, Americans, Grades, and Experimentals in every breed, there is a ‘home’ in IDGR for every goat and sheep. In October 2014 we took on the name "International Dairy Goat Registry-International Fiber Breed Registry" to allow our name to better reflect our mission.

IDGR-IFBR's motto is "For Better Breeding". We truly are committed to helping breeders breed for the best and to keeping the breeds pure and separate. IDGR-IFBR has many safeguards in place to ensure the purity of the breeds and conformation to their respective breed standards.


If you have any ideas or want to be more involved in the programs IDGR-IFBR runs, please contact us!

Welcome to the IDGR-IFBR family of people who really like goats! (and sheep!)

Click Here to check out our all new South American Camelid Division!

Interested in becoming a member? Come see what the IDGR is all about!

Click Here to go to our Rare Breed Sheep Division!