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Board Member, Area 5

Wyatt Stevens serves as a Region 7 Director of the Junior American Boer Goat Association (JABGA). He is a sophomore at Mullin High School.

Stevens was raised on a cattle ranch and became comfortable around livestock while riding horses and working cattle.

He was introduced to Boer goats when his sister (JABGA Director Casey Jo Stevens) received her first goat in 2011. Stevens followed suit by first raising an ABGA-registered bottle kid, and then a JABGA bred and owned doe. That doe earned over 500 points during her show ring career, and Stevens’ passion for the show ring and JABGA grew too.

Stevens loves connecting with the small community he lives in and is involved in FFA. He also plays football, basketball, and runs track for his high school.

After graduating high school, Stevens plans to attend Tarleton State University in Stephenville, Texas to study mechanical engineering. He went into business raising goats last year, focusing on wethers for students interested in showing: “I wanted to raise a good wether that can compete but not cost a student a fortune.”

Stevens is excited to meet other JABGA members in his region, as well as across the organization, and help serve members as a JABGA Director.

Wyatt Stevens

JABGA Area 5 director Wyatt Stevens was introduced to Boer goats by his sister, Jo Stevens. Wyatt soon followed suit, & hasn't looked back!