Professional Genetic Tracking for Kiko Goat Breeders

The National Kiko Registry was created to give Kiko breeders of every size and management style the opportunity to register and track their genetics through an independent, professionally run livestock registry. Along with tracking pedigrees, our registry provides education and marketing help while leaving management decisions up to individual breeders. As the official registry for the oldest, largest, and most established Kiko herds in the nation, we’re dedicated to helping you and your herd succeed.

The Benefits of Registering Through NKR

  1. Our personnel have years of experience in the goat registration industry and are ready to work with all Kiko breeders — whether veteran producers or those new to the business.
  2. NKR has developed new registry software that is unique to the goat industry and will make record-keeping and registration easier than ever.
  3. Because every farm and management style is different, NKR allows each breeder to decide the extent to which they want to track the genetics of their Kikos.
  4. Registering will result in less paperwork to register and transfer goats. That means less time in the office and more time in the pasture.
  5. You’ll get quick answers to any questions you have through direct access to the registry office via email and telephone.
  6. NKR allows easy transfer and registration of goats and their offspring from all Kiko registries. This lets producers maintain all of their Kiko pedigrees in one registry for ease of access and uniform acceptability.

Connect With Other Kiko Breeders

The National Kiko Registry is a registry service only — we leave the business end of a transaction to the buyer and seller. Though we don’t facilitate these transactions, we do aim to bring breeders together to promote the success of their herds through events and advertisements.

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