Profile – Jackie Dunham
IGA Country Representative for Canada
Jackie has been the IGA Country Representative for Canada since shortly after attending the International Conference on Goats (ICG) in Mexico in 2008. Jackie lives on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, on the west coast of Canada.
Jackie has been involved with goat keeping in Canada since 1979. Over the years, she has raised dairy goats for the most part. Alpines were her main and favorite breed, although she also has had Saanens, Toggenburgs, and Nubians. Jackie also raised Boer cross goats for meat, Angora and Cashmere goats for fiber, and a few miniatures just for fun. Jackie retired from raising goats in 2012 but have remained active in the industry. Since 1979, she has served as a director, president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer on several occasions for one Canadian goat organization or another. Jackie has also organized several conferences and seminars, and many shows. She was both a dairy goat and a meat goat judge and have shown her own dairy goats as well.
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