Vendor Information

The ADGA Annual Convention is a great venue to showcase your business to an audience deeply invested in the dairy goat industry. Many vendors return year after year offering the attendees great shopping opportunities. We hope you will consider being a vendor this year.

All individuals or companies at ADGA Annual Convention selling products must rent vendor space and pay the appropriate fee. Each vendor is responsible for a permit and any state sales tax. Any and all raffles held at the ADGA Annual Convention will be limited to those which are approved to directly benefit Annual Convention fund raising.

Vendor Spaces and Fees

Commercial Vendor: Area available at $150 for a 6 foot long X 30 inch wide table. This space includes one table and two chairs. A second table is available at $100. Additional 6 foot long tables are $50 each.

Educational/Informational Display: Available at $100 for 8 foot display area with a table and two chairs. (Non-secure area.)

Breed Organization Displays: Area available for a fee of $50 for one table and two chairs. (Non-secure area.)

Home Craft Vendor: Area available for handmade crafts, soap or similar items for a fee of $50. You will need to provide your own card table. Larger spaces will require Commercial Vendor fees.

Electricity: Spaces with electricity will be allocated first to sponsors and then to all others on a first requested basis. There is a $15.00 additional charge for electricity.

Download a Vendor Reservation Application

 ADGA Annual Convention 2018 Vendor Reservation PDF

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10 comments on “Vendor Information
  1. zandy perez says:

    buen dia tendra semen a la venta?

    • David Abbott says:

      So far I’m not seeing vendors registered that will specifically be selling semen in their vendor space. All the major dairy goat breed clubs will be at the ADGA Annual Convention and many members representing all dairy goat breeds who do sell semen straws will be there, although not necessarily selling at convention.

  2. Wayne Martin says:

    Hello,

    I am with University of Minnesota Extension, Livestock.

    I also work with NC-SARE, which is a part of Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education, a program in USDA. Can I still register to have a table at the ADGA Conference?

  3. Would I be able to use a grid panel on a stand (2widex4high) as my second table space?

  4. Tori Tilton says:

    Is it possible to be a vendor for some of the days, but not be there all of the days (still paying the full vending payment)?

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