Regional Groups

Regional groups of Belted Galloway breeders and others interested in the Belted Galloway breed were formed in support of the national Society. Each of the groups welcomes new members interested in the breed.

New England Galloway Group

Scot Adams – President
544 Anson Road
Starks, ME 04911
207.696.3812
mnshadowfarm@gmail.com
www.newenglandgallowaygroup.com

Formed in 1995, this regional group plans two or more informal meetings annually featuring educational clinics and potluck lunches. Their emphasis is on providing support and encouragement to youthful breeders and showmen, and they have instituted a Heifer Project to encourage youth interest in the breed. They are also responsible for the National Belted Galloway Sale held in April at Fryeburg, Maine.




Great Lakes Belted Galloway Association

Kathi Jurkowski – PR Director
5418 Yale Bridge Road,
Rockton, IL 61072
815.629.2306
kathikowski@gmail.com
www.greatlakesbeltie.com

The GLBGA, formed in 1992, holds an annual field day, exhibits animals at many fairs and expositions in the Great Lakes region, and sponsors the Belted Galloway Show at World Beef Expo in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in late September. The GLBGA also sponsors the annual Midwest Classic Show in northern Illinois in early July. The Belties Unlimited Show is held semi-annually in Iowa. A newsletter called Great Lakes Belted Galloway News is published quarterly.


Southwest Belted Galloway Association

Gary Marshall – President,
404 Oak Ridge Trail,
Kingsland, TX 78639
830.613.8091 or 325.388.6840
glmarshall5609@gmail.com or
glmars@moment.net

The Southwest Belted Galloway Association (SBGA) is made up of breeders and Beltie fans from all over the Southwest. The SBGA holds an annual meeting for members and serves to introduce the Belted Galloway to other ranchers and interested parties in that region.

Western Belted Galloway Association

Mac McConnell
1348 Nashville Rd
Eddyville, OR 97343
541.875.1519
macmcconnell@peak.org
www.beltedgalloway.org

Westerners formed their regional group in early 1995. The group meets annually, usually in October, promotes the breed at various Western shows and exhibits, publishes a quarterly newsletter called The Belt-Line, and has pages on Internet. Beltie facts, a member directory, current events and membership forms are available on the regional website.