Dear Members and Growers,
The April Mohair News was held over to include a write up on the recent Sydney Royal Easter Show Mohair Fleece and Angora Goat show. It has now been posted to all members and growers. There are a few typos which will fixed up for the online PDF version, it has been loaded up onto this website under the Newsletters tab. If you have any updates, information or events do not hesitate to share them with us so we can include them on the website and future publications to the members.
Pictured is Reg Scott, Mohair Australia NSW Division, Judge – Morgan Mrowka and Helene Ypma with Rivers 1906.
Pictured is Helene Ypma holding Rivers 1906 alongside the two other champions from Cullbookie Angora Stud with Debbie Scattergood holding the buck. Jess is holding the Champion Junior doe kid for Debbie. Judge is Morgan Mrowka in the dark coat.
The website has been updated to show the results from the Annual Show, held at Deloraine on February 20. You can find the report here.
Cullbookie Valentino wins Supreme at NATS in 2022.
NATS was held at the Peden Pavilion, Goulburn Showgrounds on the 11 and 12 March 2022. Judge was John Hornweg from Victoria. Please click on the link to download the schedule. Click this link
Check out the facebook page National Angora Trophy or #NATS2022 for updates.
The Mohair Australia Tasmania Division have their own website which has been updated to include a report on Goatfest. Click this link.
Dulark and Lynndon Grove Angora Studs Sale held on the 8th January 2022
The team at Mohair Australia Ltd.
The News page is the logical place to start. Each page has a purpose so you can go there to check. We will update pages occasionally.
Breeders may well want the Herd Book so clicking the second last Name along the top will get you to the start. You need to sign in to see anything other that the membership list and the basic Herd Book information. Under the Log In, enter your membership number as the ID and your password which you get from the registrar – email or phone.
Without logging in you can search the Herd Book on Stud Name, Tattoo or Herd Book Number. ONCE LOGGED IN YOU CAN ENTER A NEW ANIMAL, TRANSFER RECORDED ANIMALS TO ANOTHER MEMBER, or LIST YOU HERD. This last command allows editing you flock to active animals (as opposed to inactive and/or deceased) to reduce the number of animals in your drop down box of breeders. You can always resurrect breeders if you have not recorded progeny before the stock take.