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2022 Spring Sale Recap

13th Annual SEKGA Round Up & Sale

FFA Center, Covington, GA

June 17, & 18, 2022

The Southeast Kiko Goat Association held their Spring Round Up and Sale in Covington, GA on June 17th and 18th.  It was a typical hot and steamy southeast summer day.  We were thankful that we had air conditioning for our educational seminars on Friday afternoon.  Dr. Maria Browning, Dr. Richard Browning, and two of their graduate students visited from Tennessee State University to speak on current goat studies at the university. We actually have a few SEKGA member’s farms involved in the Antimicrobial and Antibiotic Resistance research.   We also had fundraiser raffles with some really nice gifts.  All proceeds will be used to support our SEKGA Maxwell Agri- Livestock Scholarship.  

Before the sale, Carollyn Heath from Buena Vista, Georgia won the NZ Buck Raffle.  The buck was donated by Bob and Marilyn Seleska of Spring Acres Farm in Quitman, Georgia.  We also had  two $ 50.00 gift cards drawn from our raffle bucket. I was very happy with the amount of support our youth received with our raffles and silent auction items.   

We had thirty three bidders on site and twenty nine participated online with Top Livestock. There were bidders from sixteen states and some consignments will be traveling all the way to Oklahoma to their new pastures.  Our sale had twenty two consignors with eighty three consignments. Our total sales were $ 73,100.00.


  • 76 goats and 7 frozen assets

  • 4 PB does, two sold for average $750

  • 68 NZ does, fifty six sold for average $1183

  • 4 bucks, two sold for average $1525

  • 7 frozen assets, six sold for average $383


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Highest Selling Doe

The high selling doe and buck was sold by Kraig and Suzanne Stemme of Lake Fork Kikos in Alba, Texas.  Steven Barfield of Barfield Southern Kiko Ranch from Taylorsville, Georgia purchased the high selling doe for $2600. Steve Barfield was also our high volume buyer. 

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Highest Selling Buck

The high selling buck was purchased by Adam Fetterly of Twisted Horn Farms  from Jefferson, Georgia for $2200.

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Skill-A-Thon Winners

On Saturday morning, we were relieved to feel a little break in the temperature and a nice breeze.  University of Georgia Extension Agent Hailey Partain came to test our youth participating in the 4H/FFA Skill-a-thon.  Our winner was awarded a NZ registered doe that was donated by Casey Smith of Spring Creek Kikos in Seminary, Mississippi.


1st Place Aaron Wiggins Forsyth, GA

2nd Place Colton Watkins Anderson, SC

3rd Place Aslan Wiggins Forsyth, GA

1st Place Winner

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1st place Aaron Wiggins, Forsyth GA 

All Skill-A-Thon Contestants

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Winner of Buck Drawing

Carollyn Heath from Buena Vista, Georgia won the NZ Buck Raffle.  The buck was donated by Bob and Marilyn Seleska of Spring Acres Farm in Quitman, Georgia.

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New Officers & Board Members

Friday was our membership meeting with the election of a new board member.


We would like to welcome Brian Graves of Rocky Hill Kikos from Lascassas, Tennessee.  He will be joining our Board of Directors Team in 2023. 

Members voted on the move of the next SEKGA Round Up and Sale to Carrollton Ga. next year on June 16th & 17th 2023.

Thank you and Happy Goating!


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