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How to Read the Registration Numbers:
The first one or two digits in a registration number
are the goat's year of birth. The letter or letters
following the year of birth indicate the classification
or subset within a classification the goat is
registered in with the AKGA. Purebreds are always
either K or P, with K indicating a solid white goat and
P a goat of any color other than solid white. X, Y, and
Z indicate a 1/2,
3/4, or 7/8
Kiko crossbred, respectively. NZG, NG, GNK, GNY, GNZ
and TXG indicate the various levels of the
the goat is registered in.
The AKGA is the oldest and largest of all Kiko breed registries. The AKGA has
been officially an Association with an ongoing and continuous membership since
1995. The AKGA is the sole owner of the original Kiko registry database
developed by the exporter of the Kiko breed to the United States and as such,
is the only Kiko registry to possess original documentation of those goats and
the many generations following that importation, making the AKGA the owner of
the most complete Kiko and GenemasterTM breed
data information in the world, through both computerized and documented
information. The AKGA is the only Kiko registry to have made corrections to all
known inaccurate database entries. The AKGA has the largest repository of Kiko
DNA in the world. AKGA pedigrees provide both the animal name and registration
number and DNA parentage information available for all animals in the
background generations of the goats’ pedigree.
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